Nissan Stereo Installation

    About Nissan Stereo Dash Kits


    Whether your Nissan is old or new, an easy and relatively inexpensive way to give your vehicle’s interior a customized look is to invest in a brand new stereo kit. We offer stereo kits in both single and double DIN devices so that everyone is able to find a look that appeals to them easily without having to compromise their dashboard in any way. We also offer an incredible selection of add ons such as trim rings and plates, pockets, and more! If you’re looking for even more customization than that, we even sell steering wheel remotes, noise filters, and FM modulators so you can easily get exactly the look you want.

    If you’re worried about installing the Nissan Frontier stereo kit on your own, don’t be. When we send you your product, we’ll also send you an installation guide. You’ll be amazed at just how easy it is and you’ll love the way your new stereo looks. You don’t need to worry if you don’t have all the tools you need either, because we sell those too.

    When installing a new stereo in your dashboard, you'll definitely need to use a dash kit to make the device look as if it was there from the very beginning. Fortunately, CARiD offers an ultimate collection of car stereo setups crafted from OEM-quality ABS plastic to serve you for many years to come. All products that we store are made to custom fit your specific vehicle and so come textured, contoured, and painted to match the factory finish. If it's hard for you to make a choice, you can always check 6 stereo dash kit reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and find the unit that is perfect for you.



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    Customer Reviews
    5(5)
    2012 Nissan Frontier
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    "Perfect fit and perfect look."

    5(5)
    2004 Nissan Xterra
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    "Had no problem putting this in. Fit perfect. "

    5(5)
    2007 Nissan Titan
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    "Awesome product, great price, awesome shipping, and it was a perfect fit and came with all the hardware."