The Crux in-car Bluetooth solution is now available for many General Motors and Chevrolet car radios, expanding the application for the new Bluetooth solution.
The new BEEBG-33 Bluetooth kit will work with most 2006-2012 GM vehicles including SUVs and light trucks such as Tahoes, Escalades and Denalis.
“We’ve had kits for Toyota, Ford and most of the Japanese cars across the board and Kia and Hyundai. But out West a lot of people drive trucks, especially in Texas. This will help expand sales,” said acting sales manager Mike Beyersdoerfer, also owner of rep firm BEI.
Another GM kit will be added shortly to handle many car models back to 2003.
Crux’s Bluetooth kits allow users to keep their factory radios and add Bluetooth without the need for a control/display. The unit will automatically mute the radio, CD, satellite radio, etc., when a call comes in and resume the music when the call ends.
The new kit with the GM wiring harness has a suggested retail price of $209 for the package.
Source: Crux Interfacing Solutions