Garmin In-Car Infotainment for Suzuki Vehicles

Satellite navigation company Garmin says it will provide a fully integrated, factory-installed infotainment system for most American 2013 model year Suzuki vehicles.

Garmin’s infotainment system combines a 6.1-inch high-resolution touchscreen display with a full-featured infotainment platform, including AM/FM/CD radio, multi-media playback, backup camera support, Bluetooth hands-free connectivity, Pandora internet radio and Garmin’s navigation.

The intuitive user interface with advanced voice control makes it easy to operate the system and switch between functions. The Garmin infotainment system will be on display at the Suzuki booth at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center at the New York International Auto Show (April 4-5, 2012).

The hardware of the Suzuki infotainment system is designed and built by Garmin and includes a 6.1-inch touchscreen display, Bluetooth, an AM/FM tuner, a CD player, a USB and an AUX jack, a SD card slot and internal flash memory.

Garmin’s infotainment system will be available for selected Suzuki vehicles in Australia and New Zealand, Europe, North America and Russia.

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