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Metra 95-9609B Double DIN Dash Kit for Select 2011-2016 Porsche Cayenne 958 Vehicles

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Metra 95-9609B Double DIN Dash Kit for Select 2011-2016 Porsche Cayenne 958 Vehicles

Install your new car radio with this Metra 95-9609B dash kit. This radio installation kit features an Axxess interface to maintain unhindered steering wheel functionality, and the matte black painted finish offers a sleek display. This Metra dash kit is compatible with select Porsche Cayenne models and contains a radio bezel and brackets, storage trim and everything necessary for hassle-free installation.

Installation Instructions for Part 95-9609B.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf


  • ISO DDIN radio provision
  • Includes an Axxess interface for retaining CAN data information
  • Includes an Axxess interface for retaining steering wheel control functionality
  • Painted matte black

  • Radio bezel
  • Radio brackets
  • ISO DDIN trim ring
  • Phillips machine-thread screws (4)
  • Phillips standard-thread screws (4)
  • Axxess interface (not shown)
  • Axxess SWC interface (not shown)

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