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  Reply # 848284 2-Jul-2013 15:09
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Klipspringer: Well assuming the car is simular to this one (Maybe the op can post some photos and tell us which exact model he has?), an aftermarket radio is most certainly an option.

This one is currently on TradeMe, installed with a NZ aftermarket radio.



Certainly, as per my previous post if the op has the double din model pictured above, you can very easily add a new unit, although it will not require any kit such as the one linked to on ebay. As the OP has stated he has internavi then I expect his unit will actually look like this :

Regardless there's no reason to replace either imo as the factory units are great systems.

To the OP I also suggest you check under the passengers seat to see if it has an amp mounted there as there was a factory option premium sound system.

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  Reply # 848289 2-Jul-2013 15:33
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joff_nz:

Regardless there's no reason to replace either imo as the factory units are great systems.


Great if you Japanese. For everybody else, a little bit of a problem Wink





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  Reply # 848370 2-Jul-2013 17:57
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My system is like the one joff_nz posted.

I have NO problem with the jap system and as it is now everything works fine even have a reverse camera that a nz system does not have for its year. last car also had a jap system and screen with jap menus and when you get to know it there a quite a few handy features in them

so im NOT changing out anything just want to know what is in there



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  Reply # 848404 2-Jul-2013 20:47
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Snagged this of a honda forum

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