AUTO-VOX Dual Video Inputs 4.3″ Auto Adjusting Brightness Car Rear View Mirror for Toyota Honda Nissan Mazda Hyundai Kia Ford Pickup and Most Car Model

– Auto adjusting brightness of 4.3″ monitor display- Original equipment look and good quality, automatic activation when selecting reverse- High brightness 1000cd/m2, the highest brightness compared with other similar items- Two Video Inputs:AV1 to VCD/DVD/TV/GPS and etc (defaulted),AV2 to backup camera- For this monitor, you need separate purchase a reverse camera system

Product Features

  • 【Original Equipment Look】 Perfectly matching the vehicle body just like any parts of your car; Long lifetime durable in use as the factory mirror;More stable mount than others.
  • 【High Compatibility with cars and backup cameras】 This rear view mirror is suitable for most car models like Toyota Honda Nissan Mazda Hyundai kia Ford Pickup etc. And it also fits most of backup cameras with RCA connector, even your factory backup camera.
  • 【Parking Safely & Effortlessly】 It will automatically show the parking image without pressing any buttons when the R gear is engaged at once. More clear and easier to see the back with the sharp and rear image especially for the truck.
  • 【What You Will Get】 The package includes everything you need for the installation; Cable harness,long enough video cable,3 different bracket adapters, wire casing kit, car fuse tap and Allen wrench etc.
  • 【Guaranteed After-sales Service】 1 year Warranty. Professional customer service and technical team will give you the timely reply about any question within 24 HOURS. You will enjoy the best shopping experience!

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3 Responses to AUTO-VOX Dual Video Inputs 4.3″ Auto Adjusting Brightness Car Rear View Mirror for Toyota Honda Nissan Mazda Hyundai Kia Ford Pickup and Most Car Model

  1. Anonymous Reviewer says:

    Solid so far… I don’t normally leave reviews, but it’s frustrating not knowing whether items like this will fit your car or not. So, here are the details:-Installed this mirror in a 2006-2012 (3rd generation) Toyota Rav4 and it fit perfect on the stock mounting bracket. In fact, mounting the mirror was the easiest part. For what it’s worth, I believe the Camry and Corolla use the same “keystone” type mounting bracket, but I’m not certain.-Mirror comes with enough cable to run across…

  2. dl_user says:

    Comparison between M8 and M1 I recently purchased the M8 since I was impressed with the M1. Here are my comparison notes:Backup viewing angle: M8 has a much wider viewing angle than the M1. The included pictures are from a parking garage. Notice how you can see more of the pavement. This gives you more awareness of incoming cars or people walking by. The M8 camera is on the left; M1 camera is on the right.Backup gridlines: The M8 is on a fixed swivel that allows you to move the camera up/down…

  3. Average Jane says:

    Used in 2013 Kia Forte I wanted to get a rear view mirror, with LCD, that resembled a stock mirror. I looked at the ones you simply attach to your existing mirror, but they just weren’t my style; even if they were more in my price range.I have a 2013 Kia Forte5 and was able to easily remove the existing mirror with a torx screwdriver and had this new one up within 10 minutes – it would have been 5 minutes, but it comes with 2 stickers on the backside and when I peeled them off there was a bit of residue…

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