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the S and SL are both plug n' play. I have the S radio and I love it. Wish I had an aux in though. I would have grabbed an SL but people wanted too much for them.
 

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I prefer the look of the OEM units myself. To me it looks cleaner ... but that's my personal taste and preference.

I saw the stock in dash navigation today on a Versa in the showroom. It looks okay, but it's not that big so it kind of looks cheap. If I wanted an in dash navigation then I would consider aftermarket.
 

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I prefer the look of the OEM units myself. To me it looks cleaner ... but that's my personal taste and preference.
I agree. I went to Nissan this morning and saw a 2010 SL hatch with navigation/bluetooth, thats not my taste...as long as it looks neat and sounds good, Im happy. :16:
 

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I agree. I went to Nissan this morning and saw a 2010 SL hatch with navigation/bluetooth, thats not my taste...as long as it looks neat and sounds good, Im happy. :16:
I have the bluetooth and love it, but I have a nice GPS so I don't need to upgrade to the Nissan navigation system that they offer.

My stereo right now is perfect. I have the 6 disc cd changer, and built in satellite radio, so I'm not changing it anytime soon. Works great as is.
 

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I agree. I went to Nissan this morning and saw a 2010 SL hatch with navigation/bluetooth, thats not my taste...as long as it looks neat and sounds good, Im happy. :16:
by getting rid of your aftermarket and going to oem...you are sacrificing sound quality...js
 
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