Comes with a complete 7-inch touchscreen display in a small package. The screen is quick and responsive to the touch. Accepts DVDs and USB sticks for music and video playback for passengers in the vehicle.
Front panel screen is slow to fully expand and retract.
One of a few single din stereos with a built-in display panel for DVD playback and infotainment control. Comes with a removable front panel to deter theft. Compatible with various apps like Pandora and Spotify.
The built-in screen is difficult to view clearly from rear seats.
Accepts a wide variety of different media formats for music playback. Includes a built-in CD player and USB port for direct playback. The Bluetooth audio streaming will work with most smart devices with little setup.
Connectivity with wireless remote is spotty and unreliable at times.
The additional 6.5-inch two-way speakers offer better sound output than typical factory-installed speaker systems. The stereo receiver features a simple control layout that is easy to access while driving.
Included speakers require extra steps to install without professional help or installation.
The 6.2-inch touchscreen display automatically works with the included backup camera to provide a clear image of the vehicle's rear area. Navigation system is easy to set up and use before major trips or commutes.
Navigation maps lack reliable real-time weather and traffic alerts.
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