New Car Aftermarket Head Unit Compatibility

Pavement84

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Hi

I'm looking for a new car to replace my Explorer. I'd like to be able to move over the head unit, subs, etc... but alot of the newer cars I've looked at appear to have the head unit completely integrated into the dash. How much of an issue should this be and is anyone aware of dash installation kits for any of the following cars?

upcoming Dodge Magnum - (should be the same dash/stereo setup as Chrysler 300C)

Mazda 6

Mazda 3

For those who are familiar with these cars, how hard would it be to customize something if need be?

Thanks for reading, any info is much appreciated

- Jamal

 
It may be a bit difficult but that is what the kit is for. All you really need to do is go to your nearest car store and tell them the car you have and see if they have the kit and harness for it. If so you shouldnt have to much of a problem.

 
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