I have an audi a3 2004 8p and i want to change the standard radio for an audi navigation system, how would i do this and which ones would fit the car. any system is fine i just want one with a larger screen but has to be audi.
I bought a new TomTom a couple of years ago and have been really disappointed. It replaced my 2009 model but I can't say it's any better! It's very slow and takes ages to wake up, where the RNSE seems to be working within seconds of starting the engine. RNSE uses TMC traffic, my TomTom was meant to use traffic reports through my phone, but turned out my SIM doesn't support it so I have no traffic on it. TomTom removed speed sensitive volume, so it shouts at me in villages and can't be heard on the motorway. And I find the touch screen very unresponsive, I prefer the physical button on the RNSE. I guess a more expensive TomTom might be better as mines only a midrange one but I also hate anything stuck on the screen lol!
I don't know how some people see out of their windscreens, huge ornaments hanging from the mirror, a massive dashcam with loose wiring on the drivers side, a sat nav with loose wiring in the middle of the screen, a phone cradle on the right hand side...
I think it is sort of the other way around in that the Symphony has always been the better one and double DIN but later Concerts (like my 2007MY A3) were double DIN too. Maybe when the cassette player was ditched.