I just purchased a 2006 300C and it's my first Chrysler! I'm excited, however, the only hangup I have is that I cannot plug in my phone anywhere. I thought about upgrading to a new aftermarket NAV unit with all the nice bells and whistles. I had hoped someone had already done this in the forums and can just kind of help me with my concerns. First, I have the stereo unit with the 6 disc changer and the tape deck. Also, the sound system is Boston Acoustics and it sounds absolutely fantastic. I am afraid to mess with it because these systems that contain stock amps and 6 or more speakers almost never sound as good as they did with original stock head unit. If I were to do so, can anyone recommend a specific Nav unit or manufacturer? I am worried that I'll lose quality, some speakers will work and others won't, the ability to use the steering wheel controls, and also that the dash kits won't fit because of the odd size of the bezel and stock stereo. I guess I'm just looking for suggestions here, a direction, if there is a way to come out of it with a better sounding system (if that's possible) while not losing the steering wheel functionalities, gaining aux, bluetooth, and navigation with turn by turn... I'd like to. I appreciate any suggestions and thank you again for the help!
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