Summary: I had this unit replace 2 times (3 radio so far) at dealer. Every winter, this unit freeze and unit stop responding to Bluetooth and display stay black. Recharging front part and keeping it warm help but if my car can sustain Canadian winter, why should my radio can not do the same!?! I will have this radio replace by other brand. I need reliable Bluetooth.
Pros: Still trying to find some (price I would guess)
Cons: Constant battery problem, Unreliable bluetooth, Useless contact and POI
Summary: GPS on this radio is amazing, great maps and directions works to perfection. Bluetooth on this though....not too great cant get my iphone5 to work with this stereo, but besides that problem the stereo sound GREAT, like AMAZING great...very happy , BIG BANG for your BUCKs....worth every single penny!!!
Summary: I wanted to consolidate all the gadgets in my car into one. My previous pioneer head unit didn't have GPS so this helped with that. - Installation - Easy since my other unit was pioneer. The only change was the wire leads and adding the GPS antenna. The XM receiver, USB, BT Mike and Aux all moved over from the old unit. - BT - So far I haven't had a problem...
Summary: Bought this radio after some jerk busted out the window in my Blazer to steal my 2 week old radio...Low lifes. Loves this one because the faceplate comes off. Its a great radio, the lights are fun, and me and my boyfriend get a kick out of the sexy voice on the GPS. It was worth the investment.
Sounds awesome, decent nav, annoying random function
Scott Lindburg, Amazon
28 December 2011
Summary: This is a high quality unit. I paired it with Polk Audio speakers for a system that I am very happy to recommend. The sound is clean and crisp, no subwoofer needed for most music. The navigation system is easy to use, and was very accurate when I have used it. The built-in bluetooth also works well, with ease of use, and decent sound. I have not had any complaints when using the hands-off phone.
WORST EXPERIENCE EVER/ DO NOT BUY FROM THIS SELLER
5 August 2011
Summary: I purchased a refurbished CD player. The Pioneer Avic-U310BT 4.3 inch In-Dash Navigation CD player with blue tooth. First things first. This product costs an average of 200.00 to 250.00 just to install. WOW... Second after I paid that whopper of a fee to install the CD player it broke 4 months later... Just one month out of the worthless 90 day warranty this crappy company offers.
Summary: I've bought this item refurbished as a Xmas gift for myself in 2010. I feel myself safe and secure with this particular navigation system- it is very smart, it always chooses the shortest and the smartest way to the selected destination. The female guiding voice is very nice, sometimes resembling that of Marilyn Monroe. The biggest advantage of this navigation system is the ability to detach the screen, which is absolutely critical for my Mustang convertible.