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Sounds great: 16 of the best in-car audio systems

Motoring Research Logo By John Moroney of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 17: Most enthusiast prefer the sound coming from the tailpipe as the car apexes Turn 13 and accelerates onto the straight, but not every day is track day. For those times when you’re using your car as transportation or simply enjoying a drive, manufacturers offer myriad sound system upgrades.We’ve put together a list of some of the best musical upgrades in the business, a veritable celebration of the marriage of carmakers and audio firms.When you’re looking to get the party started, jump on it, or kick out the jams on the road, these are the systems to look for.
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Most enthusiast prefer the sound coming from the tailpipe as the car apexes Turn 13 and accelerates onto the straight, but not every day is track day. For those times when you’re using your car as transportation or simply enjoying a drive, manufacturers offer myriad sound system upgrades.

We’ve put together a list of some of the best musical upgrades in the business, a veritable celebration of the marriage of carmakers and audio firms.

When you’re looking to get the party started, jump on it, or kick out the jams on the road, these are the systems to look for.

See 16 of the best in-car audio systems in the gallery above.

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