Summary: I purchased an F900BT with my new truck purchase. The unit failed and had to be replaced three times. Recently, I ordered a 2012 map update for $120. The update failed in mid process and Pioneer charged me $80 to reset the software.
Radio station presets are a big hassle; AM reception sucks
Rocky Snow, Amazon
25 January 2012
Summary: Trying to set the radio station presets by using the brief instructions printed in the owner's manual is impossible. I've had to call Pioneer customer service help 3 times in the past year whenever trying to set my favorite radio stations.
Summary: Here's what just happened to me. I buy a Pioneer AVIC system and had it professionally installed. I paid full price for it. It works for a couple years, it breaks for no reason - blank screen, can't see the touch screen buttons etc etc. Pioneer charges me 200.00 flat rate to fix it.
Summary: Here's the thing: The unit is AWSOME and the units navigation SUCKS. Love: hands-free (clear in Honda pilot) blue-tooth audio (can connect with the phone even if the phone is connected with other blue tooth device like headset or..) audio overall video overall (divx, xvid,.
Summary: So far this thing has been great! I mark it down one star because even some restaurants will not come up and I know for sure they have been around for awhile, also it dies not auto fill streets or city's when finding an address like it's previous models have.
Summary: I had this Double DIN unit custom installed in my dash to replace a failing factory DIN-and-a-half unit. Everything works but some daily use things in the GUI and voice recognition leave alot to be desired. I've owned and used this unit daily for the past 8 months.