2015 Mustang Antennas

Antennas

2015 Mustang Antennas

Antennas
Do you love the look of your 2015 Mustang, but can't stand the way the factory issued radio or satellite navigation antenna looks poking out of your roof or truck lid? If so, CJ Pony Parts have just the equipment for you, ranging from replacement antennas to satellite navigation covers, there is a wide range of options to have your 2015 Mustang Antennas looking the way you want them to.

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Aftermarket Antennas & Antenna Covers For Every Model

Depending on the model of 2015 Mustang that you own, your aftermarket antenna needs will vary. All models equipped with satellite radio and navigation come with the standard round receiver located on either the trunk lid or roof of your Mustang, which can be an unsightly addition to your otherwise flawless body design. For 2015 Mustang coupes, you have the added benefit of an embedded AM/FM radio antenna, making modification or replacement unnecessary.

For convertible models, you lose the ability to have an embedded AM/FM antenna, and are instead forced to accept that you will have a mast antenna located on your rear right quarter panel. Luckily, CJ Pony Parts supplies a vast collection of antenna covers and accessories to improve the look of all types of 2015 Mustang antennas.

Lower Profile, Improved Functionality

To help improve the aesthetics of your 2015 Mustang's satellite radio and navigation receiver, CJ's stocks an assortment of aftermarket antenna caps and covers. Available in a variety of styles, these caps and covers give your receiver a "shark fin" design and improve the look of the receiver by making it look more aligned with the body styling of the vehicle. As a bonus, these covers are available in all stock colors in order to match your Mustangs body color.

Aftermarket antennas are also available for 2015 Mustang convertibles to replace the existing mast antenna. This allows owners to minimize the profile of the antenna while retaining, and often improving the performance of the AM/FM antenna.