These days, almost all cars on the road came with a stereo and speakers. To help you find compatible aftermarket replacements, we've disassembled the dashes and door panels of tens of thousands of vehicles, measured the spaces where these factory stereos and speakers, and loaded our findings into our massive fit database. Our system then compares these measurements to the dimensions of a given receiver or speaker to determine of the product will fit in the factory location.
Check out Essential stereo and speaker information for your car above to get an idea of the kinds of vehicle information our research team gathers.
Look for these symbols when you're shopping
A green check means that a product fits your car's factory openings without requiring any modification to your car.
A yellow warning triangle indicates that a product will fit if you make a minor modification, such as trimming plastic
in the dash or drilling new holes for speakers in your door panels.
A red caution sign means that a product is larger than one or more dimensions
of a factory mounting location (for speakers, key dimensions include
more than just cone size) and will not fit.