Mustang Headrests

Mustang Headrests

Upgrade Your Mustang’s Interior with a New Headrests

Mustang Headrests

Mustang Headrests

Upgrade Your Mustang’s Interior with a New Headrests

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If your Mustang's headrests aren't comfortable, then you should consider getting new ones. You can replace your stock ones with a new set, or get aftermarket ones with new features.

Factory-replacement options come in the original colors to perfectly match the rest of your interior. They also often include the mounting hardware you'll need to install them seamlessly into your existing interior.

Aftermarket headrests are available in a variety of styles and colors to match your interior, but they include added features. Halo headrests are considered more comfortable by many enthusiasts. Though these were factory standard on a select few sport models, they fit a wide range of Mustangs. Fox Body and SN95 Mustangs look especially great with a halo headrest.

If you have an S197 Mustang, you're probably most interested in how you can change the position of your headrest. Many owners found these uncomfortable from the factory. Fortunately, aftermarket alternatives are available that have a tilt function. Your headrest can only be a safety feature if you're comfortable enough to use it, so these upgrades are functional in addition to being stylish and major comfort boosts.

If your headrest isn't the only part of your seating apparatus that's lacking, you may be interested in a full seat assembly. Seats will generally include the headrest, and it's easy to get a set that matches perfectly.