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Friday, October 27, 2006

Mobile navigation systems from Mercedes (Garmin)
Mercedes-Benz Accessories is now offering two new mobile navigation units as a retrofit solution, aimed in particular at A-Class, B-Class and C-Class customers.

A special mount allows the Mercedes-Benz StreetPilot II units to be attached directly to the dashboard of the A-Class, B-Class and C-Class. This optionally available solution offers several advantages: the central positioning means that the unit is equally easy for both driver and front passenger to operate and read.

The units were developed in collaboration with Garmin, a renowned manufacturer of mobile navigation units. It definitely has the Garmin look to it, making it a bit out of place with the Mercedes interior. The StreetPilot II Plus also includes an integral MP3 player and a Bluetooth interface which allows it to act as a hands-free system in conjunction with a Bluetooth mobile phone. The user-friendly two or three-dimensional maps, with zoom function and the practical detour function, which helps the user to avoid tailbacks, will help the user navigate through the streets with ease. To make orientation even easier, the voice directions from the Mercedes-Benz StreetPilot units are even more precise.

The units, including mount, are priced at Euro 517 (StreetPilot II) and Euro 690 (StreetPilot II Plus).
posted by Muamer Hodzic @ 10/27/2006 01:15:00 PM    
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