Summary: I bought this for my daughter's Nissan, I liked it so much I bought the single DIN version for my Suzuki - I especially like the display "color matching" - I can match her car's white dash color during the day and amber at night. The built in iPod controls allow here to control the iPod right from the unit - I don't think she's ever played a CD in it - although I have.
Summary: Lots of bells and whistle. I bought this for my friend's 2004 Ford ranger. He installed himself and was much easier to install. I was asking like does this has this option too. lol. Nice to find many bells for the price.
Summary: Had this for a few months now and it works great! I connect my Samsung Galaxy S4 to the stereo and play Pandora on it. The bass and many other things can be adjusted on it as well. What did I do before I bought this?! Oh, right... put ear plugs on in the car like a person who enjoys being suseptible to car accidents.
Summary: Matched the wires up easily with the box instructions with a Metra 70-7301 Radio Wiring Harness (for Hyundai/Kia 99-08) Installed in 2007 Hyundai Tucson. Made a couple of modifications to the old mounting brackets & avoided needing to buy new. Just drilled out some pilot holes to match it up properly. Everything went in very easily.
Summary: Replaced the car factory radio what a big difference in the quality of the sound should have done it years ago easy to install but I do recommend getting the cable kit with with the warning sounds box that just plugs into your harness as the newer cars use the radio and speaker for all the sounds in your car like seat belts turn sig key in door open.
Summary: My husband wanted more options than the stock stereo offered in his 2008 Nissan Versa so he bought this brilliant little monster. He isn't a professional installer but he put it in himself and everything seemed to go smoothly. The stereo worked perfectly and has a bunch of buttons and stuff that I have yet to press. The display is nice and clear and it fits inside the console pretty well. His ride has gone from boring box to party cube, sort of.