bluetooth
Share this article
  • 1
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
    1
    Share

CAR accessories are more tech savvy than ever. With mobile, GPS, Internet and a whole array of fast-evolving technologies coming into vehicles and transport systems, car accessories are passing through a hi-tech time no doubt.

More ergonomic ease, more accessibility and more results with less physical traction, all these are instantly recognisable attributes of hi-tech car accessories now. Most important of all, a majority of these sophisticated accessories are quite affordable and offer great ease of use for anyone.

Have a check at Mitsubishi accessories from Jennings to find some great buys. Let us have a look at 5 amazing hi-tech car accessories for 2016.

High grip dash pad

A dashboard has hard, smooth surface that often let things slip from it, especially while driving. A dash pad with latest high grip technology can help you in keeping anything on the dashboard without a worry of things slipping in a moving car.

It is nothing more than a rubber square that uses no adhesive but can easily keep your smartphone, change, keys and several things tidy. Moreover, this small and useful pad is washable, movable and reusable.

Bluetooth FM transmitter

A Bluetooth FM transmitter allows you to respond to your incoming calls hands-free, listen to music with extreme clarity, make GPS navigation with voice commands and many more voice commanded actions.

Naturally, while driving a car all your devices, communications and music are right at the control of your voice without causing distraction. Moreover, it comes with a very user friendly multifunctional design with an adjustable neck allowing easy adaptability to driver positions in any car.

Radio tracking system

There is a plethora of hi-tech car security systems and a great many of them use radio tracking technology to hunt down the stolen vehicles. Basically, they offer almost a flawless brilliance in respect of stealthily tracking the car.

Most such radio tracking devices are run on the same principle. These tracking systems hide small transceivers inside the car and if the vehicle is stolen the signal received from the unit can be tracked by an outside source sharing the same frequency.

Radio tracking works better than similar GPS enabled tracking systems as the latter requires straight sight to an orbiting satellite to fix the position remotely.

Remote starting mobile app

There are older cars that are not equipped with remote start technology and in chilly winter mornings the owner needs to take the trouble of getting in and starting the car for the express purpose of heating up and defrosting.

It is an ordeal that every car owner hates and is a major reason to think of selling the old one for a more modern new car. But these days, thanks to some great smartphone apps, you can now enjoy the ease and comfort of remote starting just with a few finger-taps on your handheld screen.

Your old or vintage car can get the hi-tech remote start thanks to a simple smartphone app. Moreover, these apps also allow tracking the car through GPS ensuring better safety and security such as teenagers hitting the road without parents’ permission.

Advanced car assist systems

These days On Board Diagnostics or OBD systems are widely used in modern cars allowing real time access to critical reports regarding the car fuel, ignition and all other subsystems of a vehicle. Obviously this makes the job of technician a lot easier.

Moreover, OBDs by providing reports on all car-related issues keep the driver informed and help maintain the car for optimum performance. An advanced car-assist system like the one produced by Automatic takes this to another level.

It is equipped to allow the driver monitoring of the car performance and keep providing effective advice as to how to improve fuel efficiency. Besides keeping you updated with engine diagnostics it helps a new driver or would-be racer with effective step-by-step assistance.

 

 

Do You Have A Vehicle Leasing Question?
Feel free to ask us your question...

Share this article
  • 1
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
    1
    Share

2 COMMENTS

  1. Do you know if you get taxed on the accessories if your company purchases them for you after they purchase the car?

    • Good point Mike – shouldn’t be too hefty for the rubber dash mat but I’ll look into it. Thanks!
      Glynn

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here