Pioneer's Touchscreen Car Stereo Doubles as a Backseat Driver

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EdnaM

I was thinking of buying one of those nice Winnebago Motorhomes for vacations.Would this system be any good?I'm not expert and the rvs is much bigger than a normal car.Have you got any suggestions?

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DarrenGantz

Can I implement the new AVIC-X920BT on a car I just bought from a Honda Quincy MA dealership? It is an awesome gadget and I really wish to have it on my new car! Leave it to Pioneer to create new and cool stuff! I remember way back when Pioneer made the best audio system for cars!

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AbleSmith

I think Pioneer has the stereo systems which includes navigation ant touch screen displays with bluetooth capability in it. Travel Trailers For Sale

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misterloftcraft

I was just browsing a donate your car website when I found your article here. Having a touchscreen stereo for your car is something that I would like to have for my own car. Don't know how much it costs, but I do know that it would make my life much easier.

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Kira Shannen

We've just received some Mercedes parts from an owner who didn't need them anymore and we saw this navigation system incorporated. It's actually pretty fantastic and it does what it says, only we couldn't check all the attributes, because it wasn't an entire car to take for a ride.

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David-Smith

Well, Its wonderful car stereo.But I want to know that can i find this type of car navigation system in second hand cars specially in Japanese used cars ?

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Ella Rochelle

The article about the AVIC-X920BT left me speechless, it seems like the perfect thing to have, if not more. I honestly wouldn't know how to manage it, it seems to have a lot of applications and it renders me dizzy. I'm sure I can find something less expensive and with not so much accessories I probably wouldn't need on auto dealer websites.

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Ella Rochelle

Great article, thanks for sharing this information!

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Ella Rochelle

This is interesting, I'll come back with a comment soon.

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ninanina

My car stereo system is perhaps not that stunning, but I love focusing on the traffic or, even better, talk with a driving companion while doing it. That keeps me concentrating better. Still I know this is super cool..! Ninna, Auto Insurance Quote

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willis86

The retail price is a bit expensive. I personally prefer a 'silent' car with no audio, so that I can concentrate better. In fact I am not one of those who love to modify what's originally there. My cars are always standard as the way they come ;) Will - Fox Rent A Car

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DasHellMutt

I would seriously buy this but not at that price. At a sub $500 price point it would be awesome. At 1,200 its just not special enough to justify the cost. In that price range I wouldn't buy anything but Alpine.

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linkmaster6

If they want to really impress people, how about include free map updates not just one or two but 10 years worth

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Mr_Histamine

It's missing that "I've really gotta have that" factor.  If it came with WiFi hotspot recognition, used Google Earth - like in the new Audi A8 (with updating through WiFi, SD, or DVD), and came with a larger hard drive - I'd consider it.  But at that asking price - it seems kinda pointless...

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