I have a 2012 Sonata SE 2.0t and wanted to upgrade my factory radio. This was one of the only dash trim panels I could find. I am very disappointed in the quality and the fit of this product.
Firstly, a double DIN head unit must sit behind the dash panel (as in it won't be flush with the dash panel), because the opening isn't wide enough for the head unit. It doesn't look smooth, you can see tiny cracks where the head unit isn't flush with the panel, and the recessed position of the head unit interferes with use of the buttoms along the inferior border of the head unit.
The climate control portion of the car was too big for the opening of this panel. I had to use high grit sandpaper to sand down the edges of the panel to make it fit.
The high gloss black pieces that house the a/c vents are too big and had to be sanded down on the bottom so it would fit in the dash. Also, the a/c vents aren't flush with the panel either, they are recessed.
The OEM dash panel had brushed metal finish. The high gloss plastic contrasts with the brushed metal finish elsewhere in the car. Now there is the matte black finish around the head unit and climate control, the high gloss black for the a/c vents, and the brushed metal trim everywhere else in the car. It just doesn't mesh well with the interior of the car.
I cannot recommend this product, but as it is the only one out there for this year sonata, I will use it. I hope another manufacturer releases a dash kit soon.
Pros: After some sanding I was able to put it back in the dash of my car. If you are creative, you should be able to make it fit as well. With a little dremel tool, some sand paper, super glue, and determination, you can make it work for your car.
Cons: See above for details:
Poor quality plastic.
It is not the brushed metal finish that matches the rest of my car.
It doesn't fit in many different locations and required sanding down of the plastic to make it fit
A double DIN head unit sits behind the dash panel, it is not flush with the dash panel, which would be much nicer looking and how the OEM radio was.
The finish of the plastic surfaces starkly contrasts the finish of the rest of the car.