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About this product
- DescriptionFind routes to your destination with the Pioneer avic-u220 receiver that gives you detailed maps of United States, Canada, Alaska, and Hawaii. There is a magnetic antenna in this Pioneer GPS receiver that gives you the accurate positioning of your location. The 2D and 3D map vision of this Pioneer GPS device gives you a more user-friendly view to locate places. The voice-guidance feature of the Pioneer avic-u220 receiver gives you turn by turn instructions so that you need not keep looking at the screen all the time. By registering for points of interest feature, this Pioneer GPS receiver lets you locate the near by restaurants, hospitals, gas station and more. To add intermediate destinations to your route, this Pioneer GPS device offers you the waypoint feature that can easily recalculate the route based on Fast, Shortest, or Major route, road type and time restrictions.
- System TypeFixed,Plug-in
- User InterfaceExternal
- Number of Channels20 Channels
- Features3D Map View
- Trip calculatorPoints-of-Interest (POI)
- Battery Life3 Hours
- Height1.13 in.
- Width3.38 in.
- Depth5.75 in.
- Weight0.43 lb.
- PC InterfaceUSB 2.0
- Installed Memory2.00 GB
- Expansion Slot TypeSD (Secure Digital) Card Slot
Most relevant reviews
- evans.986Jun 27, 2011by
Its alright. The only option you have if you are adding on to a Pioneer.
I like the fact that it was easy to install and works like most other GPS systems. Its overpriced, aggravating to use because of "safety features" that disable all the controls when you are moving. It also has a tendency to take you where you are going by primary roads only instead of taking you down a few secondary roads that would be much quicker (by sometimes an hour or more). The routing issue may be fixed in the settings, but I have not had time to play with it much. I also do not like the fact that it only works with windows computers when you update or play with the settings.
- ndeangiverMay 22, 2011by
Acceptable but not by much.
Display is actually a 3. For some reason it only allowed a 5 choice. The display is really "blocky" as in large pixels. Menu is confusing and not many settings available while driving. I am still getting used to how it operates but I have seen better interfaces. Honestly the Nuvi line of portable GPS units are a much better unit, but I wanted GPS from my Pioneer head unit. The only application you can use from the Apps menu is the IPod app. Unit is smaller than I expected but the dock is pretty large. Had some confusion over how it connected to the head unit. It is not IPBus, it connects via a RGB connection. Keep in mind that the straight connector plugs into the head unit and the angled one goes into the dock. I had run the wires under carpet and interior panels only to realize that the angled connector blocked the auxillary video input. Spent 30 minutes rerunning wire. Sigh. Overall, I have bought the unit and absolutely hate returning so I'll live with it for a while until I swap radios again but will not purchase another Pioneer GPS unless I see a dramatic difference in how they operate from the interface. Purchased for about $250 (shipping included) and feel that I should have paid no more than $130 - $140 for the device I received. Read full review
- gingerichtOct 05, 2012by
Pioneer, your products suck, won't buy anything with your name on it
Pioneer, wow how far your quality has fallen. Rode your name to fame, but now, your products are eh and way over price. Perhaps pioneer hasn't realized there is a reccession going on, but wake up. Your pricing is ridiculous and your product is just blah. Go with kenwood, they are in with garmin and unlike pioneer, wont bankrupt you for their products, which is far better. Oh and Kenwood actually makes installation instructions that make sense. Oh yeah and PIONEER, your customer service ABSOLUTELY SUCKS. Really, wal mart has you beat. Really, leave a message and we will call you back???????? yeah 2 days later (customer support). Tech support, get a snickers bar, because oohh your going to be their a while. Over an HOUR on HOLD and that is if yuor lucky.
- richl35Jan 10, 2011by
Gets me here there and anywhere!
I added this unit to my AVH-P3200dvd Pioneer receiver. It linked up as it should and I completed the free upgrade on the maps and points of interest. I do like the NAV features. It compensates quickly and the directions are clear and loud over the cars speakers. I like that if you need to rehear a direction you just touch the screen and it will repeat itself. I give it a 4 out of 5 only because it doesn't give traffic updates like my old NUVI did but overall it works very well and it isn't going to get you lost.
- 68camaro978Dec 06, 2012by
A little expensive,but worth it! So glad I bought it!
I wanted a GPS in the dash of my truck, like the newer vehicles have in them. My wife and I shared One for a couple of years, and every time one of us needed it, we had to figure which vehicle it was in. Not any more. My wife and myself like it better than the portable one. It is very easy to understand Compared to the portable one. We both have one in our own vehicle now! Glad I bought it!