Vauxhall has added a number of new audio and satellite navigation systems to its accessory range to enable owners to upgrade their cars and vans with the latest in-car entertainment and route guidance.
At the top of the wish list for car audio fans is the VDO-Dayton CD2604MP3X, a really stylish looking fascia unit with maximum street cred and performance. This CD player and MP3 drive features a white/blue fine dot matrix display, plus sound pre-sets and theatre sound.
At the other end of the scale is the CD1204, a high value entry-level CD player and RDS tuner. It has a multi-colour LCD display and bass boost system. A more sophisticated new system is the CD2104, a CD player and RDS tuner with orange display, sound presets and four channel 2V pre-amp out.
Other new additions to Vauxhall’s range are the CD2304MP3, a CD and MP3 player with white LCD display, sound presets and pre-amp out, and the CD5405MP3X/78CC, a CD MP3 player. Prices for the latest in Vauxhall in-car entertainment start at £80.
Three new satellite navigation systems are launched to upgrade the Vauxhall range of car and van accessories. The VDO-Dayton MS4400 navigation radio features an MP3 CD player, dual RDS tuner, fine scale variable colour display and C-IQ Intelligent Content on Demand.
A new unit, the MS5600, is introduced to replace the existing MS5400, while the MS5500 range is superseded by the MS5700. These two systems offer full colour GPS navigation, C-IQ Intelligent Content, Intelligent pictograph and voice guidance, plus scrolling map/split screen display.
Prices of these upgraded systems start at £699.
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