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Scion lineup offers standard iPod connectivity

Scion announced today that iPod connectivity is standard across its entire lineup for 2008. Scion said its standard 160-watt Pioneer AM/FM/CD audio system features a head unit with iPod control. “This head unit integrates track, artist and album information from the iPod into a one-line display on the head unit’s screen,” explains the car maker. “Connectivity is achieved by simply plugging the iPod into a port via a connector cable, providing outstanding sound quality through the car’s stereo system and constant power to the iPod. Music is controlled through the head unit and steering wheel audio controls.”

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This is true as long as you do not have a new i-pod.  I have a 2008 Scion and my new i-pod works but will not charge.  I was told by Corp. Scion that this was a i-pod/Apple problem not Scion’s.  Kevin went on to tell me that Scion did not know Apple was changing anything, and Scion will not be doing anything to fix this and I should call Apple.
Just info

Posted by LC Angell on January 6, 2009 at 9:26 PM (CST)

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