Selecting an alternative route

With the "Alternative route" function, routes other than the original one can be calculated.

To activate navigation mode: press the function button once or twice. function button once or twice.

the COMAND To show the menu: press the COMAND the COMAND controller.

menu bar by turning Select Route in the navigation system menu bar by turning the COMAND the COMAND controller and press Select Alternative Route and press to confirm.

to confirm. Select Alternative Route and press to confirm. to confirm.

You see the selected route. The display now shows a split-screen view. On the left-hand side, one or more alternative routes are shown from start to destination. The current route is highlighted dark blue; other alternative routes appear light blue.

1 Distance, expected arrival time and expected journey duration

1 Distance, expected arrival time and expected journey duration
2 Displays incidents which are on the route
3 Displays the selected route settings

alternative route: select Next or To select the next or previous alternative route: select Next or Previous and press confirm. to confirm.

Possible alternative routes are shown in the following order: Current Route, Fast Route, Eco Route, Short Route and Alternative Route.

a corresponding number of times and press To select the original route: select Back a corresponding number of times and press To start route guidance using the to confirm.

selected alternative route: select Start To start route guidance using the selected alternative route: select Start and press COMAND accepts the alternative route. to confirm.

COMAND accepts the alternative route.

alternative route menu only applies to the The change of route mode in the alternative route menu only applies to the current route guidance. For example, if the original route was a short route, the next route will also be calculated as a short route. This is also the case if a dynamic route is selected in the alternative route menu.

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