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2014 Scion Touchscreen Audio Infotainment Review

For 2014 Scion has tweaked their 6.1-inch touchscreen audio head unit and made it standard across the Scion line in America. The Pioneer sourced head unit has a standard iPod/iDevice/USB interface and HD Radio in addition to the CD player and AM/FM tuner. If you feel particularly spendy you can get the nearly $1200 BeSpoke premium package (temporarily available for around $500) which adds smartphone app integration and smartphone based navigation (via that MAP button). Unlike the 2013 BeSpoke system, the refreshed 2014 model now supports Android phones with the BeSpoke upgrade.

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