2000 Chevrolet Prizm
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)
My first frustration with this kit for the 2000 Chevy Prism is that it didn't include an antenna adaptor, necessary if you want to use your radio. Then, this piece from Scosche doesn't allow the Chevy trim piece to snap back into place. And whereas the OEM radio is flush, and few aftermarket radios are, to mount that aftermarket radio in such a way that the faceplate and controls stick out totally defeats your cupholders. Placing anything in them pushes buttons on your new stereo. Scosche (and Crutchfield), you really need to rethink this adaptor, or stop selling it! And this can't be returned once we've learned these failings because part of assembling this adaptor requires that you snap pieces off of it. To get a better fit to the width of the new stereo, I would have had to trim the factory bezel (as noted below), but since there were so many things wrong with this adaptor already, I wasn't willing to do that.
Pros: Screw holes align well, fits in dash opening.
Cons: Prevents the full re-installation of dash trim. Causes aftermarket radio to stick out from dash, rendering cupholder useless (see above). Kit did not include an adapter to connect the smaller antenna lead to an aftermarket radio. Seems flimsy.