Jan 9 2013, 12:54pm CST | by Shane McGlaun
Pioneer unveiled a trio of new car navigation devices that the dash and have double din form factor. The new devices all feature NAVTEQ maps and large touchscreens ranging from 6.1 to 7 inches. The navigation systems can also control content from an iPhone 5 with available accessories from Pioneer and Apple.
The in-car receivers include the AVIC-Z150BH, AVIC-X950BH and AVIC-X850BT. The all feature integrated real-time traffic information, AppRadio support, HD radio tuners, and all of them are SiriusXM ready and have integrated Bluetooth. All three of the receivers have 8 GB of flash memory for storing maps. They also have microSD card slots and a lot more.
TheAVIC-Z150BH has a seven-inch screen while the AVIC-X950BH features a 6.1-inch screen. The cheapest of the three is the X850BT featuring a 6.1-inch screen. All three devices will be available in March with official pricing of $1200 for the AVIC-Z150BH, $950 for the AVIC-X950BH and $800 for the AVIC-X850BT.
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