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Metra 99-7392B Single or Select Double-DIN Radios Installation Kit for Select Hyundai Kona 18-19

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Metra 99-7392B Single or Double DIN Car Stereo Dash Kit for 2018 - 2019 Hyundai Kona

Install a car radio system with this Metra Hyundai Kona 2018-up dash kit. The compatibility with a range of L-shaped radios allows for precise installation, while the inclusion of necessary Philips screws simplifies the mounting process. This Metra Hyundai Kona 2018-up dash kit includes both front and rear radio housing as well as brackets to keep installed radios secure.

Installation Instructions for Part 99-7392B.pdf
Product Sheet.pdf


  • Designed for use with ISO Double-DIN radio with "L" shaped design, with the radio chassis at the bottom of the screen. As of this writing, only the Alpine INE-W967HD (discontinued, replaced by INE W977HD), iLX-107, and iLX-207 have this design
  • Installs most Single-DIN radios
  • Painted scratch-resistant matte black

  • Metra 95-7392B Dash Kit owner's manual
  • Radio housing
  • Rear housing
  • 2 Brackets
  • Pocket
  • Four #4 x 3/8" screws
  • Six #8 x 3/8" screws
  • Panel-clip
  • 2 Pioneer adapter brackets
  • Installation Instructions

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