Last post on Nov 02, 2011 at 11:18 AM
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Hyundai Elantra Touring, Audio, Hatchback, Sedan
#17 of 21 Re: No P-Bass on my radio [tyronicus]
May 08, 2010 (10:15 am)
Yes, very much. My color and package were only one of eight in the country, and we were able to find a local dealer who would trade with another dealer 5 hours away, AND drive our car back for us. That's 10 hours of headache I did not have to incur. thanks for all your feedback.
#18 of 21 Re: No P-Bass on my radio [maxx4me]
May 08, 2010 (11:13 am)
Speed Dependent (or Determined) Volume Control
Raises and lowers the volume based on the speed of the car. GM has had that in the Delco/Bose radios for years. Nice feature.
#19 of 21 Re: No P-Bass on my radio [maxx4me]
May 13, 2010 (4:18 am)
My GLS is a basic model, no preferred package or bluetooth (although I do have the Ipod cable). It does indeed have the P-Bass option, however. I didn't realize that until I read this forum. Glad I did, as it does make a difference.
Regarding the ashtray and lighter - I have neither. I do have the storage compartment that takes up the space where the ashtray would have been, and I have a second 12v outlet where the lighter would have been. No problem for us, since we are non-smokers, though. Mine was made in Feb 2010, so maybe somewhere along the line they made the changes.
#21 of 21 iPod reborn
Nov 02, 2011 (11:18 am)
I had an older iPod Nano that sat in a desk drawer for more than a year as the iPhone became my combo phone and music player. After getting a 2012 Touring SE that included the iPod cable, I grabbed the Nano, plugged it in, and have been using it exclusively for music ever since. It just plays, and plays, and plays...
I've had the car a month and haven't repeated a song yet. I also like the fact that I can control many of the functions right from the steering wheel and that all iPod functionality is available on screen once you master the front panel controls. This is a pretty nice sound system for a relatively inexpensive car, and I think it gives a far better presentation than I'm used to in a vehicle of this class.
Now I guess I should try the CD player.