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2001-2005 Honda Civic sedan
by Matt Holliday

Thanks to near-legendary reliability, affordability and efficiency, the Honda Civic has long been one of the most popular cars around. They're also known for longevity, so if your seventh-generation Civic is still running strong, a new stereo is probably a wise investment.

2003-2007 Honda Accord sedan
by Buck Pomerantz

The Honda Accord sedan has long been the poster child for what the automotive industry does right. It's attractive, comfortable, safe, reliable, and known for maintaining a high resale value. Most people keep their Accords for a long time, so it makes sense to upgrade the stereo system.

The Chevy Silverado has always been a workhorse, so it's not surprising to see so many 1999-2002 models on the road today. If your truck is still running strong, why not replace the weak, old factory stereo with something that sounds better and gives you more features?

The 2005-11 Toyota Tacoma DoubleCab is a rugged pickup with plenty of room for passengers. Whether your truck has the base stereo or the optional JBL system, there are plenty of audio upgrade possibilities out there for this tough truck.

2005-2006 Nissan Altima
by John Pollard

Thanks to sharp styling and a slick engine, the 2005-06 Nissan Altima remains a popular choice for commuters and car lovers alike. The factory stereos weren't bad for the time, but technology moves fast. Aftermarket gear will give you better sound and work with more devices.

2002-2005 Dodge Ram 1500 Regular Cab
by Charlie Pastorfield

Two options are available for these Dodge Ram 1500 regular cab trucks: the standard 4-speaker system, and the Infinity system with seven speakers. It can be a little confusing to upgrade the audio system in this truck, but the good news is that you have options.

2002-2005 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab
by Charlie Pastorfield

With an oversized grille and styling that really says "Made in the U.S.A," the Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab is one of the most distinctive vehicles on the road today. If you want to add a standout stereo, there are plenty of upgrades available for this popular truck.

2003-2008 Toyota Corolla
by John Pollard

The 2003-08 Toyota Corolla is an economical car with a high reliability factor. If you've picked up a used Corolla and you're checking out your audio options, we've got good news for you. First, you bought a nice car. Second, you can install a great stereo system in your Corolla.

Chevy built this Silverado from 2003 to 2006, and then kept it on as the 2007 Silverado Classic when they introduced a new model. It's a great-looking truck, but the factory stereo hasn't aged as well as the exterior. Thankfully, that's easy to fix.

The F-150 SuperCab gives you more room for family, pets, stuff--and audio upgrades. The comfortable interior offers plenty of space for a new receiver, speakers, and even a subwoofer. You'll have lots of options, and the modular design takes the hassle out of installation.

The 2007-2013 Chevy Silverado 1500 Crew Cab, like many modern trucks, offers an amazing combination of luxury and utility. If you still like your truck, but want more out of your stereo system, there are plenty of upgrades available.

2002-2004 Ford Explorer
by Matt Holliday

One of the longest-running sport utility nameplates on the road, the Ford Explorer is a classic. These days it does way more than haul kids to soccer practice - over the years Ford added all sorts of options, including several for the stereo system.

2010-2014 Ford Mustang coupe
by Matt Holliday

In 2010, Ford treated the fifth-generation Mustang to a mid-cycle update that included subtle styling tweaks, more horsepower and better fuel economy. The factory stereos aren't bad, but if you're serious about sound, you'll want to do some updating of your own.

Marine audio FAQs
by Danae Marshall

Thinking about buying some new stereo equipment for your boat? Not sure exactly what you need to buy? Our marine audio FAQ will help you navigate these unfamiliar waters.

GM's line of full-size SUVs have long been a favorite of big families, outdoor enthusiasts, and hyper-observant people wearing dark suits and sunglasses. These big, comfy, capable trucks offer plenty of room for audio system improvement.

Amps make music fun
by Buck Pomerantz

When you add an amplifier to a system, the sound becomes higher, wider, and more realistic — like the band's playing on top of your dashboard and you're right there among the musicians.

Whether you're fishing, waterskiing, or just cruising around, boating is even more enjoyable when you have a quality marine audio system. Here's how we outfitted two different boats belonging to Crutchfield employees.

Years ago, prepping so-called "marine" audio equipment for life on a boat basically meant giving some old gear a new serial number and a white finish. Oh, how times have changed. Boaters demanded better, and companies like FUSION are delivering. We're proud to add these products to our marine lineup.

Well aware that full-sized pickups were selling faster than most cars, including their own Camry, Toyota went big in 2007. The result was the second-generation Tundra, which has all the size and strength necessary to match up with the best of the Big Three.

2010-2014 Subaru Outback
by Jon Paulette

Sure-footed, spacious, and comfortable, the Outback has carved out a niche as the utility vehicle of choice for people who wouldn't be caught dead in an SUV. Even if you don't live in the mountains, there's a lot to like in this versatile car.

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