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HA! Right. Concept models are rarely as cool as the production versions.

The production model showed the same standard double-din found in every Scion. I'm expecting you can add the SNS, which is $1900, or add an aftermarket double-din navi unit.
 

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HA! Right. Concept models are rarely as cool as the production versions.

The production model showed the same standard double-din found in every Scion. I'm expecting you can add the SNS, which is $1900, or add an aftermarket double-din navi unit.
Hmmm not sure if I could justify $2000 for the screen on a $17,000 car.
 

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Hmmm not sure if I could justify $2000 for the screen on a $17,000 car.
Agreed. If it comes standard with the car, I will enjoy it (I'm not one for GPS though), but if it doesn't, I'll drive fine without it.

Good thing with Scion having a double-din is that you can get a full screen unit instead of a flip-up screen... and I'm sure you can find one for less than $2000.
 

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Agreed. If it comes standard with the car, I will enjoy it (I'm not one for GPS though), but if it doesn't, I'll drive fine without it.

Good thing with Scion having a double-din is that you can get a full screen unit instead of a flip-up screen... and I'm sure you can find one for less than $2000.
Double din is good and bad. Double din head units cost more from what I have seen.

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Double-Din head units do cost more, but they don't break as often because there are less moving parts. However, I do like the pocket that the installation of a single-din in a double-din hole allows you to have. It's a nice place for a wallet :)
 
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