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Volkswagen RNS510

The RNS510's high-res screen, pleasing design, ease of use and balanced integration of entertainment and navigation, make it an excellent upgrade for any VW buyer. Shame Bluetooth, USB and iPod connectivity are on the options list.

Motorola T325 Bluetooth hands-free car kit

The T325 does what it does well and without fuss. Switching itself on and off automatically is a nice touch, although we wish it was easier to access voice control.

Pioneer AVIC-F310BT

It's far from perfect (scary warnings, difficult controls, occasional glitches), but sound quality, Bluetooth, device support and its aggressive pricing pushes it over the line. Just.

Pioneer AVIC-F10BT

There's a lot to like about the F10BT (large screen, sound quality), but the host of quibbles (funny text-to-speech, annoying warnings, missing voice recognition) are glaring on a top-of-the-range model.

Pure Highway

It's still the only way to get digital radio in the car. Those desiring the extra channels or improved sound quality will love it, if they don't mind the hassle of setting it up every time and have an auxiliary jack in the car.

Lemur BlueDriver

For its price, the BlueDriver is a convenient tool for those who want some ability to work on and understand modern engines.

Editors' Choice

BMW iDrive second generation

With the latest generation of iDrive BMW has gone from chump to trump, as the new system is easy-to-use, powerful, feature-packed and aesthetically pleasing. Some key features, like text-to-speech street names, are still missing, though.

iSimple BluClik

The iSimple BluClik is an easy way enhance safety and keep hands on the wheel by adding simple media controls to vehicles without standard steering wheel buttons.

Holden-iQ

It has its share of annoying quirks and faults, but iQ is admirable for its impressive feature set and unique inclusions.

Uniden BTSC1500

It tries to pack a few too many features on to the one button, but otherwise the BTSC1500 makes for a good in-car companion.

Parrot Minikit Neo 2 HD

The Parrot Minikit Neo 2 HD is a solid and safe choice for drivers looking to add Bluetooth functionality to their ride without the hassle of installing a new dashboard stereo.

Kensington LiquidAUX Deluxe

This iPhone cradle for vehicles with a 3.5mm auxiliary port is a great buy. The adjustable design fits well in most cars and the wireless, mountable remote control will make song skipping while driving safer.

Lexus Remote Touch

As a controller system Remote Touch is wonderfully simple to use. Unfortunately the supporting cast (voice recognition, DVD sat nav, missing iPod connectivity) lets the system down.

Pure Highway 300Di

Some may prefer a full headunit upgrade, but the Highway 300Di offers a powerful digital radio experience that will suit many drivers.

Mercedes-Benz Comand APS

The Comand APS interface demands too many turns and presses to perform even simplest of tasks and the voice recognition doesn't fare much better.

2015 Energica Ego

The culture of fast, exotic, Italian performance motorcycles dates back to the dawn of the vehicle. Now, a new Modena-based company is bringing that tradition into the future, with a lightning-fast battery-powered superbike.

Cobra iRadar Atom

Not so fast and furious there, kid. With Cobra iRadar Atom, you'll be able to know where local speed traps are to avoid getting ticketed.

iBolt xProDock Connect

The iBolt xProDock Connect's strong hardware and flexible software work well together, but the NFC gimmick feels like a DIY hack.