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FYI: if you are on the road a lot, the hand held GPS navigation may be a wonderful addition. Incase you get lost and you don't have the Odyssey in-dash navigation, the GPS navigation will be a great tool to get quick access to direction. You can find all the GPS products and accessories at http://www.eyike.com/ There are so many different kind available. Some of them come with colorful street maps. Check it out.
 

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I've been using handheld GPS with my cars for years. I got a Garmin eTrex Legend this year with the built-in maps. Very nice, and more accurate and detailled than the Honda maps. My father has the NAV system and is constantly frustrated with the quality of the Honda maps.

My GPS cost under $300; for $700 you can get the Garmin unit with color maps. And you can interface the handhelds with a PC, adding a whole new dimension to trip planning and analysis. The advantage of the built-in system is that it's big enough to see.

Get a GPS... think twice about the Honda NAV system :)

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<ul>[*]<a href="http://www.garmin.com/products/spIII/">Gamin StreetPilot III</a> Color maps, talking - US$760 (MSRP US$1272)[*]<a href="http://www.garmin.com/products/gps5/">Gamin GPS V</a> - US$410 (MSRP US$536)[/list]

Retail prices came from <a href="http://www.etronics.com./listproducts.ASP?iStart=11&manaf=&order=&prod_type=Outdoor%5F%26%5FRecreation%2FGPS%2FGarmin">Etronics</a>

Regards,

Maugham<font color=pink><center><font size=-5>

[This message has been edited by Maugham (edited 12-21-2001).]
 
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