DEARBORN – Backseat entertainment systems are becoming common in spacious family haulers. But why should kids in minivans and SUVs have all the fun? Visteon Corp. has a solution, and it’s a relatively simple one. Later this year, the ’04 Chevrolet Malibu Maxx will be equipped with Visteon’s DVD Family Entertainment System, a compact device whose LCD screen folds down neatly between the two front seats and tucks away inside the center arm rest. The supplier demonstrated the unit, along ...
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