BARCELONA – During 2004, 3.3% of new vehicles sold in Spain incorporated some type of OEM electronic navigation system. The number represents growth of 45% over 2003 – more than 50,000 units vs. 34,500 in 2003. Also, according to a recent study carried out in seven European countries, 75% of users are happy with onboard navigation units, and many think the systems have become irreplaceable drivers' aids. Depending on the equipment, it also is possible for many new navigation systems to ...
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