If you have the brochure, look at the Standard luxury features then under Communications, last item is: Electronic Device Holder.Why is that some people are claiming that this is included with the car and others are spending up to $100 on it?
Someone can buy one online for that price, give your fellow CT forum members a break at least!
Here in Australia they dont come with the car and you cant order them either ! Dealer had no idea what I was talking about !Someone posted something interesting...they come with the car. So, if you have the car, you should already have one. I leave mine in the glove box as I don't like using it. My phone is hooked up via Bluetooth so I don't leave my phone in any holder. Again, not understanding why someone wouldn't have one if they come standard in the cars?
Tell him to look at his brochure. Ask for the General Sales Manager and tell him his sales guy is not familiar with its contents of standard issue.I'm a little annoyed that my car didn't come with one, because the website does say it's standard. When I asked my salesperson about it, I forgot it was on the website as standard, but he told me if it wasn't listed on the window sticker I didn't get one. It wasn't. I'm going to try pointing out that it is listed as standard on the website, and see if I can get one.
Here in Australia they dont come with the car and you cant order them either ! Dealer had no idea what I was talking about !
Here in Australia we get these......
Your Phone or iPod slots in sideways and the power / USB cable can come up between the unit all neat, But you cant read the screen as part of it is covered. That could be because its illegal to touch / use you phone while driving here but you can control and use it via Bluetooth.
Hi kwanziSteve, do you have the parts number for this one?
Also, can you show us how it works on top of the aux-in cover?
Yes mine is a right hand drive so not sure if they make that holder in a left hand drive version ?Never saw an adapter like that here in the USA. Look closely at that picture. I take it the steering wheel is on the right in Australia. The console looks reversed with seat warmer controls on the left and the Navigation controls on the right.
In the US we get more of an adjustable or universal device with a vertical slide to accomodate different size phones. The one we get is O.K. but it does block the seat warmer controls slightly. I use mine daily to charge the iPhone and at time play music from the phone through the Aux connection jack.
No the one you see in my hand has felt pads underneath and also two rods that slot into the AUX tray very nice and snuggly so it's quite firm and certainly makes no noise.Just a concern if both types of holder may got rattle during ride... Hmm...