Audi A3 Navigation System - 3 Fascinating Facts
When the Audi A3 navigation system was unveiled, it didn't really grab the attention of car enthusiasts. After all, it wasn't the very definition of cutting-edge and the A3 itself isn't among the German automaker's top-tier offerings (even now).
!New York (I-Newswire) September 27, 2013 - When the Audi A3 navigation system was unveiled, it didn't really grab the attention of car enthusiasts. After all, it wasn't the very definition of cutting-edge and the A3 itself isn't among the German automaker's top-tier offerings (even now). Well, those who own an A3 know a few fascinating truths (both good and bad) about their cars' nav systems. Future car buyers who are interested in Audi's humble creation should definitely read on - this write-up reveals three interesting facts.
In-car GPS solutions (such as the Audi A5 navigation system) aren't cheap. In fact, they're among the most expensive add-ons available. To be a bit more specific, the A3's nav system costs several thousand dollars - a price tag that's worth almost a dozen handheld vehicle-enhancing devices. So, why is it priced so high? The answer is actually very simple - it adds a James-Bond vibe to the vehicle's interior. No combination of compact, standalone gadgets would ever be able to do that.
Not Just for Location
At this point, the Audi A3 navigation system seems to be a waste of money. For Audiophiles, that shouldn't be the case. The German automaker refers to the nav system add-on as the Nav/Sound option. That means that those who'd avail of the GPS solution would also enjoy an upgraded sound system. What are the improvements exactly? Well, here they are - a disc changer that supports half a dozen CDs, a pair of SD-card slots, and speakers that were crafted by Bose.
The Audi navigation system doesn't merely come with bonuses for those who love music. The in-car device also boasts a feature that's very much suited for techies - an all-in-one control panel (which is shown on the bundled flat-screen display) for different gadgets and in-car functions. For example, people who own Bluetooth-enabled phones (who doesn't?) would be able to access their mobiles through the nav-system menu. The Audi A3 navigation system also doubles as an interface for the radio.
So far, it's been made obvious that the nav system is far from ordinary. After all, not only does it come with remarkable sound upgrades, it also features a myriad of connectivity functions. With those in mind, one thing should finally be clear - even though the Audi A3 navigation system is a bit overpriced (since it's still much pricier than separately-bought GPS, sound, and device-pairing add-ons), it's still among the most impressive pieces of hardware for car that's not top-of-the-line.
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Published On:September 27, 2013
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