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UConnect Available for 2004 Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep Models

June 16, 2003

The Chrysler Group announced that UConnect, the company’s in-vehicle, hands-free, voice-activated communications system, is now available nationwide, as a factory- or dealer-installed option."UConnect allows each customer to have just one communication device with one telephone number,” explained .Jack Withrow, Director, Vehicle Entertainment and Communications for the Chrysler Group.UConnect is available as a Mopar dealer-installed offering on the following 2004-model year vehicles:
  • Chrysler - PT Cruiser, 300M, Concorde, Pacifica, Sebring Coupe, Sebring Sedan, Town & Country;
  • Dodge - Stratus Coupe, Stratus Sedan, Neon, Intrepid, Caravan, Grand Caravan, Dakota, Durango, Ram;
  • Jeep - Liberty, Grand CherokeeUConnect features the following:
  • Voice dialing - Voice commands can be used to digit-dial the phone or access pre-stored voice tags;
  • Audio address book - Enables customers to store up to 32 names, four numbers per name, for a total of 128 phone numbers;
  • Audio system mute - Mutes the microphone for privacy;
  • Call transfer - Allows the customer to transfer a call from the vehicle's system to the mobile phone;
  • Communicates in three languages - French, Spanish, English; and
  • Multi-phone recognition - Up to five phones can be used within the vehicle's system.
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