Saturday March 19, 2005 9:49 am
GM To Support iPods
GM wants to tap in to the Apple iPod market with its announcement of a new feature for some of its 2006 lineup. GM will now add an auxiliary channel and a front mounted auxiliary input jack. This will allow iPod users (as well as other audio player owners) to listen to their tunes via the stock stereo. The stereos will be offered as standard equipment on the 2006 models of Chevy HHR, Impala and Monte Carlo; Saturn VUE and ION; Pontiac Solstice; Buick Lucerne; and Cadillac DTS with other models seeing the new addition over the next few years. GM vehicles with DVD players will also allow an iPod or other audio device to be played though the on board stereo with the use of an adapter. GM is definitely making the right move in supporting these popular gadgets, but will this be the deciding factor when purchasing a new vehicle?
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