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Aukey Portable Bluetooth 4.0 Audio Receiver car kit

The Aukey Portable Bluetooth Receiver comes with more features than many similar products and a clever means of remotely controlling playback from your phone, but it will involve running wires to a power outlet and an auxiliary input in a car.

Parrot CK3100 Advanced Car Kit

The Parrot CK3100 combines a simple, easy to use control interface with a good voice-recognition system to provide drivers with easy hands-free calling on the road.

Automatic Labs Automatic

The Automatic driving assistant helps drivers who know nothing about cars to monitor and boost their fuel efficiency with plug-and-play ease and a simple interface that even laymen can understand.

Kenwood DDX9902S

The new DDX9902S joins the ranks offering Google and Apple's unique brands of smartphone integration at CES 2015.

Alpine iDA-X305

For people who listen primarily to MP3/WMA/AAC audio, the Alpine iDA-X305 offers one of the easiest-to-use interfaces for in-car browsing of digital media.

Griffin iTrip Auto SmartScan

The Griffin iTrip Auto can only bring distraction and eye strain. Last year's more useable model can be found for half the price.

Pioneer AppRadio SPH-DA100

For iPhone 4 and 4S lovers, the Pioneer AppRadio 2 is possibly the best aftermarket receiver that money can buy. For Android users, the choice isn't so obvious.

JVC EXAD KD-AVX33

The JVC KD-AVX33 offers a hatful of media and communications car-tech features in one device. Its small screen and elegant faceplate design make it a stylish piece of hardware, but its usability is slightly hampered by a slow processor and lack of a touch screen.

Carloudy head-up display

Carloudy, a new head-up display Kickstarter project, shows turn-by-turn navigation and speed limits in easy view on your windshield.

BMW AirTouch

BMW will show off its new AirTouch technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year.

Parrot Asteroid

The Parrot Asteroid falls a bit short on delivering the Internet and a rich app experience in the car, but it's still a solid receiver for users looking to add great digital audio connectivity and a top-tier hands-free calling experience to any vehicle.

Sony MEX-BT2500

The Sony MEX BT-2500 is a good option for those looking to spend no more than $200 on a Bluetooth-enabled in-car stereo. Its straightforward design and intuitive controls make it easy to use, but its limited calling capabilities and poor outgoing sound quality let it down.

Pioneer DEH-P6000UB

The DEH-P6000UB is a good-looking, good-sounding car stereo with great iPod support and some decent audio-tweaking options.

Sony CDX-GT420U

If you've got $130 and want a system that plays MP3s from a range of sources, the CDX-GT420U is a good bet. If you're looking for something visually or acoustically refined, look higher up on Sony's model lineup.

Sony CDX-GT610UI

The Sony CDX-GT610UI car stereo is a cost-effective and user-friendly option for digital audiophiles. Its USB and iPod compatibility set it apart from much of the single-DIN stereo competition.

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.

Google Android Auto

Android Auto is Google's new system for integrating Android phones with car dashboards, unveiled at its I/O 2014 keynote.

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.