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  1. #1
    Charles Turner
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    Hi,

    Does anyone have any experience of the following:-

    I've a new Renault Laguna with the Bluetooth Navigation System. The phone
    (Nokia 6630i)connects OK but the quality is absolute crap. It varies from
    distorted to completly unintelligible.

    I took it to the local dealer who tried 5 different phones on different
    networks all were just as bad. They then tried all the phones on two new yet
    to be delivered vehicles, all identical, absolute crap quality. The dealer
    emailed support in France who claimed they had not encountered any problems!
    Strangely enough another customer (who I was unable to speak to) was trying
    to get the cable fitted (presumably had given up on the Bluetooth), I left
    with the dealer seemingly unable even to get the correct cable / hands free
    kit.

    Can anyone help?

    Thanks,


    Charles





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  2. #2
    Sam Nelson
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    Re: Renault Laguna Bluetooth Navigation System

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "Charles Turner" <[email protected]> writes:
    > Does anyone have any experience of the following:-
    >
    > [snip tale of Renault-related woe]
    >
    > I left
    > with the dealer seemingly unable even to get the correct cable / hands free
    > kit.
    >
    > Can anyone help?


    Not specifically, but having owned an `original' Laguna Estate for 9 years
    now, from new, I can safely claim that the typical Renault dealer is either
    clueless or at the mercy of clueless dealer support. Going direct to
    Renault UK Customer Service has got the job done for me, time after time,
    and has become the first place I go when there's any trouble.

    Not, I have to admit, that I'd buy one of the new Lagunas.
    --
    SAm.



  3. #3
    Taylor
    Guest

    Re: Renault Laguna Bluetooth Navigation System

    "Sam Nelson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Not specifically, but having owned an `original' Laguna Estate for 9 years
    > now, from new, I can safely claim that the typical Renault dealer is
    > either
    > clueless or at the mercy of clueless dealer support. Going direct to
    > Renault UK Customer Service has got the job done for me, time after time,
    > and has become the first place I go when there's any trouble.
    >
    > Not, I have to admit, that I'd buy one of the new Lagunas.


    French cars... 'nuff said





  4. #4
    Sam Nelson
    Guest

    Re: Renault Laguna Bluetooth Navigation System

    In article <[email protected]>,
    "Taylor" <[email protected]> writes:
    > "Sam Nelson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Not specifically, but having owned an `original' Laguna Estate for 9 years
    > > now, from new, I can safely claim that the typical Renault dealer is
    > > either
    > > clueless or at the mercy of clueless dealer support. Going direct to
    > > Renault UK Customer Service has got the job done for me, time after time,
    > > and has become the first place I go when there's any trouble.
    > >
    > > Not, I have to admit, that I'd buy one of the new Lagunas.

    >
    > French cars... 'nuff said


    109K miles in just over nine years, only ever failed to get me from A to B
    once in all that time, when the locking system failed with water on a circuit
    board from a faulty sunroof seal, early on. Marvellous car, it's been. The
    new ones are ugly beasts, though, and sound expensive to maintain.
    --
    SAm.



  5. #5
    Taylor
    Guest

    Re: Renault Laguna Bluetooth Navigation System

    "Sam Nelson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > 109K miles in just over nine years, only ever failed to get me from A to B
    > once in all that time, when the locking system failed with water on a
    > circuit
    > board from a faulty sunroof seal, early on. Marvellous car, it's been.
    > The
    > new ones are ugly beasts, though, and sound expensive to maintain.


    I know, I'm just jostling ;-)

    Yeah some of the new ones are horrendous; I've in I.T, and thus decided to
    transfer the way my brain works to getting good with cars, it's amazing the
    number of electrical faults etc or strange wiring in french cars, mainly
    citreon however! I'll stick to japanese however in the mean time





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