New Backup Cam and Sat Radio Upgrades - 2007 Dodge Charger SRT8 Long-Term Road Test Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 10,315
edited September 2015 in Dodge
imageNew Backup Cam and Sat Radio Upgrades - 2007 Dodge Charger SRT8 Long-Term Road Test

We installed a backup camera and a satellite radio tuner on our 2007 Dodge Charger SRT8. Here's how it went and how much it cost.

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  • kirkhilles1kirkhilles1 Member Posts: 863
    That's a cool idea to install a backup camera. After using one in our Pilot, I won't buy another family vehicle without it. If we had a lower mileage vehicle and get one installed, I could see that being worth it presuming it works well. I'll be curious to see if the lines appear to help you gauge how far you have to backup. I presume not.
  • uncanny_manuncanny_man Member Posts: 11
    I don't think many millennials would do ANY of the upgrades you've done. Most millennials I know are still in 90s cars (myself included) or basic 2000s economy cars if they can afford a car at all.
  • cobrysoncobryson Member Posts: 110
    edited September 2015
    As a millenial myself @uncanny_man, I happen to disagree. Nearly every one of my peers has a new-ish ~$20k sedan...and I wouldn't hesitate to change the radio to something newer if I were to buy something a little older. That may be due to the fact that I'm in Texas and jobs are fairly plentiful, but still-I don't think most millenials are struggling that badly.
  • banhughbanhugh Member Posts: 315
    edited September 2015
    Why pay $15 per month to listen to satellite radio in the car when you have Pandora for free on your Bluetooth or minijack connected smartphone?!?!? Plus, the satellite radio music library is shrinking with less and less modern hits and current songs. A few weekends ago I had satellite radio enabled on my car for free (promo from SiriusXM to fish for customers) and it reminded how they suck.
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