Suzuki Displays SX4 TRIP Edition At CES 2009

Posted: Jan 7 2009, 3:49am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:26pm CDT , in CES


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Suzuki Displays SX4 TRIP Edition at CES 2009

The Suziki SX4 adds a fully integrated standard navigation system for the 2009 model year, marking it the first time a vehicle priced below $16,000 will include navigation as standard equipment.

The Suzuki TRIP (Travel, Real-time traffic, Information and Play) inside the new 2009 SX4 navigation system is the result of a collaboration with Garmin and Microsoft.
TRIP utilizes Navteq mapping software and comes preloaded with street maps that feature millions of points-of-interest, such as hotels, restaurants, gasoline stations, ATMs and Suzuki dealerships. The Suziki SX4 navigation unit includes a pop-up 4.3-inch touch screen display that is fully integrated into the vehicle's audio system, which results in all navigation commands being channeled through the SX4's speakers.

An available upgraded Suzuki TRIP system also offers Bluetooth(R) hands-free calling technology, on-screen and audible text messaging and a number of available MSN(R) Direct-enabled features, including up-to-date traffic, weather forecasts, news headlines, stock quotes, local event listings, including movie times and a gas price finder capable of locating the lowest priced fuel in town.
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