GMC is setting higher standards with an all new Color Touch Navigation System for the upcoming 2012 Terrain SUV.
The navigation system goes beyond its directional duties to include Bluetooth, music, local weather forecast, and comes with three months of SiriusXM NavTraffic. USB and auxiliary inputs allow the driver to connect their devices easily and an SD card reader is available for photos that can be displayed when the vehicle is in park.
GM’s navigation system engineer Dave Bonjanowski says “Terrarin’s Color Touch Navigation System is practical, purposeful technology with a high-tech look and feel at an economical price point compared to competing systems,”
The system comes with a smaller price tag then its competition at $795.
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– By: Alexandra Koken