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Metra 95-9403B 2DIN Dash Kit for 2012-Up Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Vehicles

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Metra 95-9403B 2DIN Dash Kit for 2012-Up Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Vehicles 

Metra 95-9403B Double DIN Matte Black Stereo Dash Kit. Used to install a universal double DIN stereo which is approximately 4" high. When a precise fit, stylish look, and reliable performance is a must, turn to this stereo dash kit designed to perfectly fit the factory dash contours of your vehicle, with no gaps between the dash and the kit. The product allows for the installation of a double-DIN stereo, while providing a factory look. The components included are made of high quality ABS plastic to provide maximum durability for lasting performance.

Installation Instructions for Part 95-9403B.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf


  • Double DIN Install Dash Kit
  • For 2012 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Vehicles
  • Accommodates ISO Double DIN Mount
  • Painted to Match Factory Dash Color
  • High-Grade ABS Plastic Construction
  • Factory Style Texture


  • Radio trim panel
  • Radio brackets
  • Parking brake switch

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