Thanks. I've seen these headrests on the GM Accessories site for other vehicles, not the Outlook. Can't seem to get an ETA on when they will be available.admin said:As far as I know, that's the ONLY way you can get them. They aren't standard options.
My dealer quoted me at $1295, same as the overhead unit.morpheus2969 said:Invision only works with dealerships but if you contact them they can refer you to a local dealer. For anyone in MD, Saturn of Ellicot City has the unit. The cost is somewhere between $1700 & $2000K installed depending on which unit you get. I'm saving my pennies now.
Here is another thread with a pic of the GM Accessory Invision GENIII units installed in a Buick Enclave. I have doubts if the one they are offering you for $1295 is the Invision system or just another aftermarket system, as they tend to run in the price range they quoted you:tk421 said:My dealer quoted me at $1295, same as the overhead unit.
Did you get the Invision GENIII? What kind of price where you able to get them down to? How do you like it? Keep us posted :thumb:morpheus2969 said:Just got DVD headrest monitors installed this afternoon. I pick the car up tonight. I'll let you know how it works out.