Thomas from Smyrna, GA on 1/26/2023
2019 Toyota Sienna
I have used Metra dash kits many times in the past and they were excellent quality. This one is not even close for the opening needed for a double-DIN head unit. The opening is 6-5/8" by 4", so there is a terrible gap from top to bottom. If I keep this dash kit, I may enlarge the size from left to right to 7", so that I can flush mount the Kenwood DMX-809S and use the trim ring that was included with head unit to hide the gaps. I attempted to get the Crutchfield Sales Tech to change the kit to the Metra 99-8250, so that it would include the storage pocket in case I ever decided to change to a single-DIN unit, but they said it wouldn't fit and couldn't adjust the order. Would have liked to have the option to change to a halo display. The mounting "brackets" are very flimsy and I would've liked to use the factory brackets. Still may be able to make something to do this, since I am already having to modify the face. Seems like a good project for the 3D printer. Might try ordering the Scosche TA2120B dash kit, but it doesn't appear to be any better in the photos.
Pros: Not much
Cons: Poor quality material and wrong size opening for the radio face.
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Solid for the price.
Josh from Manhattan, KS on 5/24/2022
2017 Toyota Sienna
The boarder looks like the factory. Fits nice in the old spot. I did find that the cutout for the radio was about 1/8" too small to make it look real smooth. The brackets are also a bit of a flimsy plastic than I expected and certainly not like the metal ones that are factory. Got the job done though.
Pros: Looks good.
Cons: Radio cutout too small for Boss system.
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Crutchfield customer from Collegeville, PA on 4/13/2021
2016 Toyota Sienna
Not the best quality, brackets are plastic and the front face plate scratched easily when installing. There's also a small gap at the top and bottom of my Kenwood 6.95" radio. Installed in a 2016 Sienna XLE
Pros: It fits
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