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Car DVD Player GPS 6.2 Inch Touch Screen Bluetooth for Pegeot 307/ 208713GB 7/VOLKSWAGEN Passat/BUICK 8713GB

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Car DVD Player GPS 6.2 Inch Touch Screen Bluetooth for Pegeot 307/ 208713GB 7/VOLKSWAGEN Passat/BUICK 8713GB
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$432.99 Normal Price: $562.89
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Note: Please be aware, the listed price is for this in-dash Navi/DVD unit shipped to countries in Group I(Click here).

If you choose to ship this unit to countries in Group II, an extra cost will be charged in addition to the listed price. The extra cost is calculated based on the number of units in your order, see here

All orders of in-dash Navi/DVD will be shipped by express for free. 

Special for 08, 09 Pegeot 307/08,09 Pegeot 207/VOLKSWAGEN passat, BUICK

 

6.2 inch 16:9 Digital screen
V-6 disc changer memory
Light-Right dual zone of front amusement also call dual zone-play. For example, the driver can listen to the radio by the speaker inside. While the passengers can enjoy TV or DVD by the wireless earphone
Picture in picture function
OSD menu have five languages for choice?Spanish, Italian, German, French, English
Steering wheel control
Bluetooth: BT-music, phonebook, call
Mucic: MP3, MP4, IPOD
TMC optional: Traffic message channel
Tire pressure monitoring system : Compatible for those which with tire pressure monitoring function cars
SD card: Store NAV software or multi-media document; support new type SD card up to 32GB expended
Offer USB-HOST1.1 Jack, can read U disc and card reader
CAN BUS+air conditioner agreement
Compatible with DVD, VCD, CD, MP3, MPEG4, CD-R, WMA and JPEG playbacks
Built-in FM/AM radio, RDS, movie, Time, calendar

Navigation software equest
WinCE.net 6.0 CORE
Built in GPS--17 lanugages: English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Hungarian, Czech, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Portuguese, Italian, Finland, Roumania, Greek, Russian, Poland
Support map: Igo 8, Route66, Gate5, Papago

SKU Number:sku3793



This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 13 October, 2010.

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