- Size (LWH): 7.09 inches, 7.19 inches, 3.94 inches
- Weight: 5.93 pounds
Kenwood DNX9980HD eXcelon In-Dash Multimedia Navigation System
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- Navigation fully functional
- Includes remote
- Wiring harness
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The maps on the system are great because they are Garmin. In fact, Kenwood is the only aftermarket audio stereo system that has Garmin maps. This stereo is also the only one on the market that can interface with your vehicle's computer to provide diagnostics of your engine. Kenwood & Garmin take advantage of your vehicle's OBD-II (On-Board Diagnostics) port via a bluetooth module, ecoRoute. It can track your vehicle's fuel performance so you know how much fuel you are consuming.
This stereo also has built-in traffic receiver. So if you have heavy traffic along your GPS route, your system will try to find alternate routes to avoid the traffic!
To add to this great product, is a great forum. KenwoodForums.com is loaded with very knowledgeable people that can help those novice installers and experienced moders troubleshoot any problems you may incur.
Love the 3D and the full screen graphics of the intersection turn off. Love the BT options and the Eco add on! Love the traffic warning and it actually can avoid traffic pretty well in LA County. Not easy to do lol!
UPDATE- After almost a year, I can say that I hate this thing. I like Kenwood nav units in general, but not this one. The lack of a volume knob is something I never got used to, and ejecting a disk requires going through several layers of menus. These are things that on other models you can do without even looking at the unit. Also, with all of the Kenwood DVD/Nav units, you really need the remote control if you want to play DVDs. The touch screen is very difficult to use with on-screen DVD menus. I now have used four different models of these, and this is the only one I hate.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was wrong with this purchase equipment broke down three months of purchase and could not do anything with the international warranty. A lost investmentPublished 19 months ago by Eddy2525
I've had the DNX9980HD for almost two years now. It is one of the most ill-advised purchases I've made at this cost. Read morePublished on June 29, 2013 by Bryon Adinoff
Just had this installed and WOW!!!!
Regardless of what others have said, the processor isn't too slow. Read more
This radio is not easy to use. It works ok but is the most difficult thing I have ever tried to operate. Read morePublished on March 7, 2013 by Merlyn Neel
WELL LET ME START OFF BY SAYING I ALWAYS BUY KENWOOD I HAD A KVT516 ANND THEN DDX512 THIS UNIT BLOWS BOTH OF THEM OUT THE WATER IM HAVE RESEARCHED THIS RADIO FOR WEEKS BEFORE... Read morePublished on February 7, 2013 by MARVIN
I would like to give my .02 on this unit by Kenwood.
I will start by throwing out the negative:
The options you might want to add to it will cost extra money. Read more
I love the unit...I do. I would love one that worked! The units have had a bunch of different issues to include constantly resetting itself at will like another persons comments... Read morePublished on November 15, 2012 by Sam