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Trying to mate in-car navigation and affordability, Pioneer has introduced the AVIC-D3, a feature-rich in-dash system available in March at a $1000 price point. The D3 comes with the standard fare: multi-format audio playback (MP3, WMA, AAC), Sirius/XM capability, Bluetooth integration and DVD playback. The nav system is updated to deliver lane-specific driving directions and includes millions of "points of interest" like gas stations and restaurants to visit along the way. Personalization is Pioneer's selling point, as the D3 morphs between five different color schemes at your command.

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