I currently run a 2012 Ford Focus Zetec which has a radio system built into the console as shown in the picture below.

The version I have does not have built in navigation, and I would like to replace it if possible with a system that supports Android Auto.

I was wondering how easy it would be to replace the radio. Are there hidden DIN slots behind the fascia - if so is there a replacement fascia to support that? I'm also guessing that the steering wheel controls would perhaps not be compatible.

Ford Focus Console


You can buy complete replacement kits, including the Android device; e.g see https://radio-upgrade.com/index.php?l=product_detail&p=86

You could also just buy the trim - e.g http://www.amazon.com/Metra-99-5827B-Double-Installation-2012-Up/dp/B008MQEMJE (note the comments on the button color, however)

The vehicle display at the top is retained, and the CD is replaced by a DoubleDIN unit (or your Android device)


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