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Car speakers: What's going to fit my car?

We'll help you find and install the right speakers

Ken Nail has written about car audio for Crutchfield since 2003, after four years as Crutchfield Sales Advisor, and 10 years as a music teacher. He's an avid music listener, whose favorites are classical and film music. When not chained to a desk, Ken spends most of his time training for triathlons and marathons, and likes getting outside for backpacking, downhill skiing, and bicycle touring. He attended West Virginia University, where he received a Master's Degree in Music Performance and a Bachelor's Degree in History.

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Finding the right speakers to fit your vehicle doesn't have to be confusing. Crutchfield has measured and databased thousands of vehicles over the years to make it easy for you to find out exactly which speakers will fit in your vehicle.

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It's easy to find what fits

We put our extensive research right at your fingertips with our Outfit My Car tool. Just enter the year, make, and model of your vehicle, and you'll see which speakers fit in your vehicle's speaker locations.

Don't be confused if you look up your vehicle and find multiple speaker sizes listed for a speaker location. Crutchfield supplies free speaker mounting brackets for many vehicles to allow different sizes of speakers to be used in a single location. That way, you'll have more speakers to choose from.

If you have questions about what fits, or prefer to talk speaker fit with one of our friendly Advisors, you can contact us by phone (1.888.955.6000), email, or chat seven days a week. We'll be happy to help you find the right speakers.

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Crutchfield MasterSheet installation instructions

You get much more than a speaker when you buy from Crutchfield

When you purchase your new speakers from Crutchfield, you'll get our exclusive step-by-step MasterSheet™ instructions for your vehicle (available for most vehicles). These free instructions help everyone from first-timers to seasoned installers get the job done right. They even tell you which tools you'll need.

For most vehicles, we include free wiring harnesses that let you plug your speakers into your factory wiring. The harnesses make it easy to re-install the factory speakers when you sell or trade your vehicle.

We also include speaker brackets (if needed) so that you'll have everything you need for a successful installation. By doing it yourself, you'll save money and be able to take pride in a job well done.

So enter your vehicle information, and we'll show you which speakers will fit the factory locations, and let you know about any tricky details.

Last updated April 24, 2016
  • Michael Powell from TX

    Posted on 4/22/2015 6:45:09 PM

    I am looking to replace all the speakers in my 2007 Maxima but I don't know the dimensions of all the speakers. Also I was wondering if there would be room to go up in size maybe put an 8" sub somewhere.

  • Robert Ferency-Viars from Crutchfield

    Posted on 4/23/2015 9:45:24 AM

    Michael, the best way to find out what'll fit in your car is to use our vehicle selector. It'll show you which speakers will fit in each speaker location. If there are any options for custom subwoofer enclosures, you can find those too (in the Subwoofers section of your car's results page). If you have specific questions about product fit or help finding a subwoofer solution, give us a call. The number is at the top of the page.

  • Jorge from huntsville, al

    Posted on 4/27/2015 12:46:45 AM

    Radio works on my 1990 Toyota Camry but no sound coming through new speakers installed. What could be problem?

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 4/27/2015 12:52:15 PM

    Hi Jorge, There are many potential causes to your problem. A good first start would be to retrace your installation steps and recheck all of your connections to make sure they are secure. Any signal interruption from the radio to the speakers will cause them to function improperly. If you bought your gear from Crutchfield, you can call our Tech Support team for free help troubleshooting your system. If you purchased your equipment elsewhere, you can still get expert Crutchfield Tech Support - 90 days-worth for only $30. Check out our tech support page for details.

  • Morri from Stavanger, Norway

    Posted on 4/29/2015 4:09:52 PM

    Hi, there. Im looking for good speakers for my 96 Nissan Almera. I 've searched in the vehicle selector, but could not find Nissan Almera. Could you help? I know the front speakers need 5,25 inch, and rear speakers need 6 inch.

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 4/29/2015 5:12:28 PM

    Morri, Unfortunately, we don't have an easy answer in this case. Our vehicle database spans vehicles sold within the U.S., which is why you're not finding the Almera in our system. You may be able to find recommendations on forums that discuss the Nissan Almera specifically. Alternatively, if you're up to the job, you could remove your factory speakers to get specific measurements for replacements. In order to find an aftermarket speaker that will fit your car, you'll need to take note of the bolt-hole pattern, the woofer cone (not speaker basket) diameter, and the top-mount depth. If you're ordering internationally, you may want to also read our shipping details before ordering, or contact us via chat, email, or phone.

  • Dave Hendry

    Posted on 5/6/2015 2:20:47 PM

    I have a 1995 Toyota Landcruiser and am looking to replace all the speakers. However, your selection guide only shows front and rear door speakers. There are also factory speakers in the lower dash on driver and passenger sides. There is also a speaker in the rear cargo area on the passenger side. Do you have replacement speakers for these locations as well? I believe factory fronts are 5 1/4 inch and you have only one that will "fit". You have others that are 6 1/2 that "fit with minor alteration" What modification is required. I am looking to keep the factor grilles in the doors. Will the 5 1/4 inch also fit in the rear doors w/o alterations?

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 5/6/2015 3:19:25 PM

    Dave, I sent your question to our sales team, and they'll be contacting you via email soon. Given the number and variety of speakers your Landcruiser would need for a full upgrade, an advisor will be better equipped to address those locations one by one.

  • Daonte Trotter from hattiesburg,ms

    Posted on 5/9/2015 9:10:36 PM

    my friend gave me a deal on a set of polk audio db651 6.5 speakers. I have a 2013 Honda accord & it came with some spacers but will I need some after market brackets

  • Jake from Australia

    Posted on 5/10/2015 6:34:50 AM

    Hi, just wondering what size speakers would fit my car. Its a 2004 Proton Jumbuck GLI.

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 5/11/2015 10:51:39 AM

    Jake, Our vehicle database spans vehicles sold within the U.S., so we don't have any details on the Proton Jumbuck. You may be able to find recommendations on forums that discuss that vehicle specifically. Alternatively, if you're up to the job, you could remove your factory speakers to get specific measurements for replacements. In order to find an aftermarket speaker that will fit your car, you'll need to take note of the bolt-hole pattern, the woofer cone (not speaker basket) diameter, and the top-mount depth. Good luck.

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 5/11/2015 12:26:35 PM

    Daonte, We'd need to know a little more information about your vehicle to know if brackets are required. We certainly have the tools you'd need for a smooth installation, just give us a call at the number above.

  • Rafy from Long Beach CA

    Posted on 5/13/2015 10:19:44 AM

    I have a 2005 Chev Corvette Convertible, Base Model with Manual Trans. I replaced the head unit with one purchased thru Cruthcfield. I want to continue updating my car slowly. Eventually Id like to locate a place for a small subwoofer, an amplifier and replace all factory speakers. I want the best quality without payment the highest prices. Can you help me? Thanks Rafy

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 5/13/2015 10:31:23 AM

    Rafy, thanks for choosing Crutchfield to upgrade your receiver. We can certainly help you update the rest of the system in your Corvette. I sent your inquiry to our sales team. They'll be contacting you via email soon. For immediate help, you can contact them via phone or chat.

  • Frank from Ca

    Posted on 5/18/2015 10:28:06 PM

    I own aa 2007 ford escape xlt I know both front & rear speakers are 5x7 whats the largest speaker I could put in that location without cutting anything. I firend of mine said I could put in a 8" midwoofer in that spot ??. I guess i should maybe try component speakers looking for higher end spks

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 5/19/2015 9:46:39 AM

    Frank, 5"x7"/6"x8" full-range speakers are the ideal fit for the front and rear door locations. If you wanted to install components, you'll be able to put in 5-1/4" woofers with speaker brackets (included for free when you purchase from us) in those locations and then get creative with where you'd like to install the tweeters. 8" midrange speakers, however, will not fit in the front and rear door locations without altering those factory locations. If your 2007 Escape came with a factory sub, perhaps your friend is referring to that location. If you'd like recommendations on upgrading your factory speakers, give us a call, or contact us via chat or email. You can also use our vehicle selector to confirm which speakers will fit your car.

  • owei tarilatei from Nigeria-Port Harcourt

    Posted on 5/24/2015 7:30:47 AM

    thank you for the information.

  • owei from Port-Harcourt,Nigeria

    Posted on 5/24/2015 7:36:15 AM

    I am looking to replace all the speakers in my 1998 Toyota Avalon with front and rear speaker size of 4inch of 20W each but don't know of the woofer. Also I was wondering if there would be room to go up in power size(watt).

  • simeon wilband from United Kingdom

    Posted on 5/25/2015 10:36:23 AM

    i cant find any info for my ford orion lx 1.4, 4 door saloon, 14/12/1990. i want to fit new speakers but dont know which is the best ones to buy that fit

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 5/26/2015 9:36:31 AM

    Simon, our vehicle database spans vehicles sold within the U.S., which is why you're not finding the Orion in our system. You may be able to find recommendations on forums that discuss the Ford Orion specifically. Alternatively, if you're up to the job, you could remove your factory speakers to get specific measurements for replacements. In order to find an aftermarket speaker that will fit your car, you'll need to take note of the bolt-hole pattern, the woofer cone (not speaker basket) diameter, and the top-mount depth. If you're ordering internationally, you may want to read our shipping details before ordering, or contact us via chat, email, or phone.

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 5/26/2015 10:08:50 AM

    Owei, 4" speakers with a top-mount depth of no more than 2.15 inches for the front and 2.59 inches for the rear location should be a fit using the factory brackets. However, you will need to re-drill screw holes to secure the speakers. Regarding increasing the power handling, you'll just want to be sure you're powering them with an aftermarket receiver or amplifier that can give them the power they need to perform well. A factory radio won't give you the benefit you're looking for when you increase the power handling of the speakers.

  • Julio from Orlando, Florida

    Posted on 5/27/2015 9:07:42 PM

    I have a Nissan Altima 2009 4 door sedan non BOSE, the original work but the display is off. I have a Radio Bose PY05F tray install it, harness fit on radio, I can see everything on display but not sound. I need amplifier and speakers Bose to make it work?, I will appreciate any help on this matter, thank you

  • Troy from AZ

    Posted on 5/28/2015 8:53:11 AM

    Im asking about an 03 dodge ram, I want to install an amp and sub to an aftermarket HU, will it work comsidering the factory infinity system? And also the front doors speakers are actually subs, if I put regular two way speakers will those only produce bass? And what if I use bass blockers on them.? Thank you in advance for your help.

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 5/28/2015 2:07:00 PM

    Julio, you're on target. In order to get sound out of that Bose receiver, you'll certainly need the Bose amp, and quite possibly the entire Bose system. Depending on the expense, you might be better off with a new aftermarket stereo, which will power the non-Bose factory speakers in your Altima. Give us a call if you're interested in recommendations.

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 5/28/2015 2:44:18 PM

    Troy, I've passed your information along to our sales department. An advisor will contact you soon with solutions. But since you've already installed an aftermarket stereo, an amp and subs should be possible. Installing full-range speakers in those door woofer locations will require bypassing the factory amp and running new speaker wire. If you buy your gear from us, that's something that our Tech Support should be able to help you with.

  • Roger Halliday from Sri Lanka

    Posted on 5/30/2015 7:25:53 AM

    i want to install speakers for my daihatsu cuore 1998 model.on the front doors pls help me buy the right one

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 6/1/2015 11:24:56 AM

    Roger, we don't have an easy answer in this case. Our vehicle database spans vehicles sold within the U.S. You may be able to find recommendations on forums that discuss the Daihatsu Cuore specifically. Alternatively, if you're up to the job, you could remove your factory speakers to get specific measurements for replacements. In order to find an aftermarket speaker that will fit your car, you'll need to take note of the bolt-hole pattern, the woofer cone (not speaker basket) diameter, and the top-mount depth. If you're ordering internationally, you may want to read our shipping details before ordering, or contact us via chat, email, or phone.

  • Grant from Milwaukee,Wi

    Posted on 6/3/2015 3:53:29 PM

    I want to replace my rear car speakers,but i can not find what size thy to make sure i get right one's,i own a 2003 Mercury Sable.

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 6/4/2015 10:18:07 AM

    Grant, in both the sedan and wagon, the front and rear factory locations fit 6"x8" speakers with certain (but generous) depth requirements. If you're interested in component speakers in the front, the factory locations will fit 5-1/4" woofers using brackets. The easiest way to choose speakers for your vehicle is to use our vehicle selector to confirm which speakers will fit your car and get some info on what else is needed for the installation. Or just give us a call!

  • Sergio H from Dallas, TX, USA

    Posted on 6/9/2015 3:50:43 PM

    I need the speaker size for the Toyota Camry 2015 LE Hybrid

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 6/9/2015 5:01:33 PM

    Sergio, unfortunately, our Research Team has not yet had a chance to research that 2015 vehicle. However, they aim for the most popular cars available, so undoubtedly the newest Camry Hybrid is high on their list.

  • Michael from Colorado

    Posted on 6/22/2015 10:14:14 AM

    I had a stereo installed in my Toyota pickup many years ago. It is now time to replace the speakers. The doors have a 5" hole and the outside of the speaker is 6" .would this be considered a 5" or a 6" speaker. Also the clarion speaker says 100W would this be per speaker or per pair? Thank you.

  • Robert Ferency-Viars from Crutchfield

    Posted on 6/23/2015 11:36:24 AM

    Michael, that power rating is per speaker and it's probably the MAX power handling, which is meaningless. What matters is the RMS power rating. Any typical aftermarket speaker will be a big improvement in the sound. Look for speakers with a minimum RMS power rating around 7-10 watts, and the max RMS power around 70 or 100 watts. Use our vehicle selector to find out which speakers fit your car and get some info on what else is needed for the installation. And if you have any further questions, call us at the number at the top of the page for the best help. We have a staff of trained car audio experts who help people with questions like this every day!

  • Dave from Trinidad

    Posted on 6/23/2015 1:14:22 PM

    What size of door speaker and speaker dimensions will fit a 2009 Nissan wingroad.

  • Jon Paulette from Crutchfield

    Posted on 6/23/2015 5:21:55 PM

    Dave, Alas, our vehicle database does not include info on the Wingroad, which was not sold within the U.S. We'd recommend checking out some owners' forums to learn more about what your vehicle needs. You could also check out the stock speakers yourself, of course. Just remember that in order to find an aftermarket speaker that will fit your car, you'll need to take note of the bolt-hole pattern, the woofer cone (not speaker basket) diameter, and the top-mount depth. Good luck!

  • chris from calif

    Posted on 6/25/2015 4:42:42 AM

    2015 ram promaster any thing yet

  • Brandon Roberts

    Posted on 6/25/2015 9:47:45 AM

    I am so glad I was able to come across this website. I just purchased a brand new set of speakers that I am going to put into my car. The problem is though, is that I do not know how to put them in. Or, if they are going to fit like the speakers I have in right now. So thank you for posting pictures, and talking about how to make them fit and put them in. I'll make sure I keep this in mind for once I begin putting my new speakers in my car.

  • Robert Ferency-Viars from Crutchfield

    Posted on 6/25/2015 10:29:46 AM

    Chris, no we haven't gotten our hands on one of these cool new vans yet. If you happen to bring yours for Virginia, we'd be glad to tear it apart for you!

  • Robert Ferency-Viars from Crutchfield

    Posted on 6/25/2015 10:35:48 AM

    Brandon, thanks for the kind words. Give us a call (the number's at the top of the page), and our advisors will get you the wiring harnesses and mounting brackets (if you need them, most vehicles do), and our vehicle-specific installation instructions that will let you do the installation with confidence.

  • Jeremy from Racine wi

    Posted on 6/30/2015 2:20:18 AM

    I'm interested in a component speaker set, and 6x9's for the rear deck. I want them powered by and amp, and I would like to know how to go about installing.

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 6/30/2015 10:38:23 AM

    Jeremy, I've passed your info along to a Crutchfield advisor, who will contact you soon to help. As far as installation goes, you'll receive a free MasterSheet with step-by-step instructions if you purchase speakers from us.

  • Jon Asher from Lincoln, NE

    Posted on 7/10/2015 9:41:00 AM

    What size speakers fit in the front and rear doors of my 2014 Ford Raptor?

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 7/10/2015 11:34:13 AM

    Jon, we still need a bit more information about the factory sound system in your Raptor to answer that. The easiest thing to do is to use our vehicle selector to confirm which speakers fit your car and what your options are.

  • Edvin Avanesyan from United States

    Posted on 7/13/2015 12:16:14 AM

    for 2005 e 320 Mercedes benz tweeter speaker i need to now if i can get replacement speakerz

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 7/13/2015 9:45:25 AM

    Edvin, you could check with your dealer for a factory replacement. We do carry tweeters, but we'll need a little more information on your vehicle before we can make a recommendation. Give us a call at 1.888.955.6000 or enter your information in our vehicle selector for speakers that fit your car.

  • Eduardo Gallardo from Scottsdale

    Posted on 7/14/2015 6:19:27 PM

    Hi, i have one last quiestion before buying my new speakers... is it correct to use the same speakers that you use in your front doors, in the rear? Im thinking in buying these speakers Kicker 40CS654 Would it be odd to have the 4 same speakers? Would it sound weird? Or is it just fine? Thanks for your attention.

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 7/15/2015 10:39:34 AM

    Eduardo, that wouldn't sound weird at all. Coaxial speakers are just as suitable for rear locations as they are for front locations. However, in many vehicles, the rear locations take a different sized speaker than the front location. So, before you go ahead with your purchase, you'll need to make sure you have the right sizes for each location. You can use our vehicle selector or give us a call at 1.888.955.6000.

  • Austin Parvin from Silverwood

    Posted on 7/27/2015 3:42:52 PM

    2007 Chrylser Pacfica Touring

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 7/27/2015 4:16:23 PM

    Austin, enter your vehicle information in our vehicle selector to confirm which stereos and speakers fit your car and get some info on what else is needed for the installation.

  • William from Uniondale ,New york

    Posted on 7/28/2015 7:26:16 PM

    Does the speakers rms or watts have anything to do with my stereo , I have a 2010 accord but I wanna change my stereo , would that damage my current speaker

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 7/29/2015 8:51:51 AM

    William, quite the opposite. A new stereo should make your factory speakers sound better. And when you're ready to upgrade your speakers, they'll improve your sound even more. Be sure to use our vehicle selector to confirm which stereos fit your car and to find the right wiring harness and dash kit, or give us a call. Depending on your model Accord, you may need to integrate the factory amp, and our installation gear will make that possible.

  • bryan from columbus

    Posted on 8/1/2015 2:55:35 AM

    I am looking to replace the rear deck center speaker in my 2014 honda civic ex 2door coup. I see your website lists a pair of components as suggested replacements. I am under the understanding there is only one sub, so why are you listing a pair of speakers? Also where is the factory amp located in the car? Thank you for your time.

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 8/3/2015 12:54:39 PM

    Bryan, sorry for the confusion. We carry four other speakers that will work for that rear center location. Three of those are subs. All options, including the components are shown because an 8" woofer will fit in that spot (granted, those components are not the logical choice). As to why you can't see those other options, I don't know, but I'll pass the information along so that it's fixed. In the meantime, give us a call at 1.888.955.6000, and an advisor can walk you through the other speakers that fit. They start at $59.99 and go up from there. And finally, our research shows that the factory amp in under the dash on the driver's side.

  • Signar from Kollafjordur

    Posted on 8/5/2015 4:36:53 PM

    Hi. I'm trying to find out what fits my car, Ford Mondeo 2001. Can't seem to find a Mondeo under Ford here. Could you please explain to me what size speakers I should get for my car? :)

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 8/6/2015 9:26:05 AM

    Signar, our vehicle database spans vehicles sold within the U.S., which is why you're not finding the Mondeo in our system. You may be able to find recommendations on forums that discuss the Mondeo specifically. Alternatively, if you're up to the job, you could remove your factory speakers to get specific measurements for replacements. In order to find an aftermarket speaker that will fit your car, you'll need to take note of the bolt-hole pattern, the woofer cone (not speaker basket) diameter, and the top-mount depth.

  • George from Yuma az

    Posted on 8/9/2015 10:49:04 AM

    Speakers size on a jepp grand cherokee doors

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 8/10/2015 9:26:31 AM

    George, to find out more information about your vehicle, we'll need the year, make, model, and package of your vehicle. You can use our vehicle selector to get a list of speakers that fit your vehicle, or give us a call, and an advisor can help you.

  • Corey from Greenville

    Posted on 8/11/2015 3:58:34 AM

    What size door speakers fit a 1990 Honda accord

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 8/11/2015 10:38:04 AM

    Corey, speaker fit varies depending on model package for that year's Honda Accords. You can use our vehicle selector to confirm which speakers will work for your car since fit depends on mounting depth and mounting bolt patterns as well as woofer diameter.

  • Richard from Princeton

    Posted on 8/15/2015 9:48:02 PM

    I have a amplifier hooked up to a subwoofer and want to know what to do to hook up a amplifier to the speakers inside my car.

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 8/17/2015 9:48:52 AM

    Richard, you may find this article helpful as well as this amp installation guide.

  • Chris from Corona

    Posted on 8/23/2015 2:31:21 PM

    I bought a Sony DSX-S210X from crutchfield and a pair of Infinity Kappa 62.11i a while ago and never installed them into the vehicle I bought them for. I want to install them into a different vehicle a 2004 Acura TL. But I don't know how to find out if they will fit. Can you help?

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 8/24/2015 10:28:11 AM

    Chris, the short answer is the receiver will fit but the speakers will not. The speakers are too large for the Acura's speaker openings. I don't know whether you're replacing the factory navigation stereo or not, but either way, you'll need to fabricate a dash kit to fit any aftermarket stereo in your dash and you'll need to bypass the factory amps by running speaker wire to each speaker. If you decide to go ahead with the installation, give us a call and we can help you with installation gear as well as new speakers.

  • Don Wrenn from Jacksonville, Fl.

    Posted on 8/28/2015 7:30:25 PM

    So when do you think you have a listing of speakers and instruction sheets for the 2015 Ford F150 Super Cab?

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 8/31/2015 6:33:23 AM

    Don, our research team is always working on a new car, methodically recoding data. They are currently researching 2015 vehicles, and given the popularity of the F-150 Super Cab, we're bound to have more information sooner than later. However, we don't have a set date when we could say that information is available. Your best bet is try us again in a month or two.

  • Bob from Anchorage

    Posted on 9/1/2015 5:46:41 PM

    What will fit my 1990 Mercedes 300TE 4 matic wagon

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 9/2/2015 8:46:08 AM

    Bob, the factory speakers in your Mercedes are a unique size and fit. Unfortunately, we don't carry any speakers that will fit your car. Your best bet will be to contact your local dealership or explore your nearest junkyard. Good luck!

  • Luke from Legana

    Posted on 9/3/2015 9:30:07 AM

    Hi there guys just wondering if you know what size speakers I need to purchase for a Hyundai iload 2009? Cheers

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 9/3/2015 10:16:59 AM

    Luke, our vehicle database spans vehicles sold within the U.S. You may be able to find recommendations on forums that discuss the Hyundai iLoad specifically. Alternatively, if you're up to the job, you could remove your factory speakers to get specific measurements for replacements. In order to find an aftermarket speaker that will fit your car, you'll need to take note of the bolt-hole pattern, the woofer cone (not speaker basket) diameter, and the top-mount depth.

  • Joe from Red bud,il

    Posted on 9/9/2015 8:06:59 PM

    Well 6x9's fit in doors of my 2002 grand am

  • Haris from canberra

    Posted on 9/10/2015 1:57:39 AM

    Hello, Can you tell me which speakers fit 2012 suzuki swift sport sedan.

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 9/10/2015 12:51:03 PM

    Haris, our vehicle database spans vehicles sold within the U.S. You may be able to find recommendations on forums that discuss the Suzuki Swift specifically. Alternatively, if you're up to the job, you could remove your factory speakers to get specific measurements for replacements. In order to find an aftermarket speaker that will fit your car, you'll need to take note of the bolt-hole pattern, the woofer cone (not speaker basket) diameter, and the top-mount depth.

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 9/10/2015 12:55:40 PM

    Joe, you can use our vehicle selector to confirm which speakers fit your car and get some info on what else is needed for the installation. Or give us a call, and an advisor can help you.

  • John from Lincoln

    Posted on 9/13/2015 8:04:20 PM

    Your "vehicle selector" doesn't have any info for my car (71 Thunderbird).. and I don't want to make modifications to the car to make something fit. It looks like you guys once upon a time had a template pdf which I could use to determine the size of the mounting locations in my car. I found reference to it as crutchfield.com/tech/kb161.html on a forum somewhere. But the link is dead. Does this document still exist at another url? I have found templates such as I am looking for through a google images search but would prefer not to trust them if I could get something from Crutchfield. Thanks!

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 9/14/2015 11:36:00 AM

    John, this page provides dimensions for standard speaker sizes. For more archived information like this, you can also search our online Knowledge Base.