Reviewed By John B (Fishkill, NY) Reviewed for a 2009 BMW 3-Series —5/7/2012 8:07 AM
Good product - so far so good. I have not been using the product for a long time but for now, I would reate this high.
Reviewed By Frank H (Oakland, CA) Reviewed for a 2001 BMW 3-Series —1/23/2010 1:04 PM
Superior quality to the competition. The 9500ix truely delievrs on the promise of extreme long-range warning. It warns on the bands used by the CHP, local pd's and cameras. I was crusing on HWY 580 here in NorCal and it picked up a sneaky CHP over a small grade and around a bend and alerted. Figures two CHP's were working together. One on radar and one the coyote. Down the road, several cares pulled over the next two miles. HA, I gleamed! That may have been me just as well w/o the 9500ix. Now here's the best. Just the other day, for the fun of it, my buddy is driving in his car next to me with his radar on, a Valen... Anyway, my bud and I are talking on our cells and the 9500ix chirps loadly, and he asks me what's up and I say "SLOW NOW". We get around a turn and a CHP is atop an overpass and hitting individual cars. My bud's Val tripped perhaps 2-3 seconds after my 9500ix. Safe again! All the features are sweet and well thought out. I haven't done much than leave all the factory settings do their thing. This is my first detector, but based upon what my friends have said about the quality of their Passports, I was sold prior to making the purchase. I just wish Passport could tell me when the light would change so I could slow down quicker at a siginal. Maybe it's just me, but it seems many of local municipalities are timing the phase from yellow to red quicker. Isn't there a law that says the time between colors is regulated. I degress, get this model and you will be pleased! Shop and compare. Mention where you found a better price and AutoAnything will set you up with a price match! Excellent service and return policy. Why go anywhere else. Happy and safe motoring.
Reviewed By Terry W (Houston, TX) Reviewed for a 2000 BMW 3-Series —8/1/2008 10:47 AM
I love the concept and the overall objective for the AutoExec. The grip on the top is awesome, the opening under for storage is adequate but for my 2 cents the option of no file storage on the end to give more length of storage underneath for lap top and printer would be better and file storage by the door is easier to see files,like one of the other units. Im hoping I can buy a printer small enough to fit in it. The color for this unit works great for my car although a black would have been nice or tan. the height could be a couple inches taller it doesn't clear my gear shaft so the pull out tray is useless for me and it is too unstable. Bottom line I love it and I don't think they ask me to help design it.