Hyundai i10 Radio

marvymarv007

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#1
Hi all

Looking for an 2015 Hyundai i10 Radio, for my sister's car.

Agent want to charge around R8000, which I feel is a rip off.

If you or anyone you know is selling one, please drop me a PM or reply to the thread. Quite urgent.


New or used / pirate also welcomed.
 

thechamp

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Eish, hardluck. A friend has a CR-V radio lying around, when he bought the car he was given the old radio as the previuos owner had installed a touch screen radio.

Any reason you want the standard radio?
 

Kosmik

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#3
got the same problem with a i20. Radio is ridiculous. Cheaper to buy a generic and get a facia plate for the car and have it fitted.
 

thechamp

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got the same problem with a i20. Radio is ridiculous. Cheaper to buy a generic and get a facia plate for the car and have it fitted.
Suppose you have steering controls, can they also be integrated in the aftermarket radio if it has such functionalities?
 

rodga

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#5
import an android unit that will fit the i10
they usually have them for most popular models
 

dunkyd

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Hi all

Looking for an 2015 Hyundai i10 Radio, for my sister's car.

Agent want to charge around R8000, which I feel is a rip off.



If you or anyone you know is selling one, please drop me a PM or reply to the thread. Quite urgent.






New or used / pirate also welcomed.
Ask A & J Autosound Constantia next to Hyundai
 

mr_norris

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I had an issue with the stock CD player in my old Sirion. Called up Diahatsu and they asked for 20k for a new one. I thought this was BS, so I sent a rage mail to their "customer support" department, and they "kindly" offered me a repaired one for R3500. This was a few years ago.

I never did get the radio fixed. Just not worth that sort of money. Fitting a custom one would have set me back a couple of grand as well, so what I did instead was get someone to fit some sort of aux-in. I am not sure how they did it, but it did the job.
 

marvymarv007

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Eish, hardluck. A friend has a CR-V radio lying around, when he bought the car he was given the old radio as the previuos owner had installed a touch screen radio.

Any reason you want the standard radio?
Just checked with her.....she has controls on her steering wheel.

Lol I didnt know this.
 

marvymarv007

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20k wtf??! The guys at Diahatsu surely mustve been taking the piss. It's daylight robbery what Agents deem is acceptable to charge.
 

thechamp

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And they wonder why they don't get repeat business once a vehicle is out of warranty.
They will survive by charging people R7k for brake pads and discs, R1k for wipers, plus all their scare tactics works like a charm on the gullible car owners.
 

Kosmik

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They will survive by charging people R7k for brake pads and discs, R1k for wipers, plus all their scare tactics works like a charm on the gullible car owners.
None of those require repair by a dealer but people need to learn too.
 
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