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Every car infotainment system available in 2019

CNET Logo By Jake Holmes of CNET | Slide 1 of 43: Alfa Romeo's menu structure is easy to navigate, but responses to inputs are slow and clunky.

Today's car shoppers have more choices than ever when it comes to in-car entertainment. Long gone are the days when getting a CD player was a luxurious upgrade. Car manufacturers are adding ever more features to make your commute easier and more relaxing.

With so many new infotainment options, as well as different options dependent on car models and trim levels, it's tough to tell which system is right for you -- and which offers your favorite or must-have functions. Do you need navigation tools or will it be enough to connect your phone to the system? And does it offer Apple CarPlayAndroid Auto or both? What about satellite or internet radio? Often figuring out which vehicles will meet your needs can require a frustrating dissection of automakers' spec charts and product guides.

We've broken it down with this guide to the features on offer from each automotive brand on sale today. You can also always find more detailed tech information on how each of these systems performs in our new-car reviews. For now, we've limited our list to mainstream auto brands -- you won't find details on the technologies in a Bugatti or Koenigsegg, for instance. Continue reading in the gallery above.

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