AMDanBailer Installs Raxiom’s NEW GPS Navigation: Fits 2010+ Mustangs

Raxiom’s brand spankin’ new OE style GPS Navigation with Bluetooth & Back-up Camera replaces your 2010-2014 Mustang’s stock radio and puts state-of-the-art GPS and bluetooth technology at your fingertips. Dan just got done installing one in his 2011 Mustang GT, and here’s a few reasons why you might want to do the same.

Features & Highlights:2011 Mustang GT With Raxiom Navigation

  • Navigation system with iGO Primo 2.0 software
  • 7” HD touch-screen LCD
  • Includes full color back-up camera
  • Installs in 2 hours or less
  • Factory style dash bezel included
  • 5 language voice options in both male and female voice
  • Fits 2010 to 2014 Mustangs equipped with SYNC® with AppLink™
  • Looks awesome!

Dan Installs Raxiom’s GPS Navigation in His 2011 GT

Those following Dan’s 2011 Mustang GT build know how excited he was to break into the 11’s using only basic bolt-ons. Well, I can tell you firsthand he was equally excited to be working with Raxiom on installing their new GPS unit in his GT. And for good reason, too. Since the install, Dan has been using his new navigation system every day. He’s not using it just for routine travel info either–Dan gets updates on traffic patterns, accidents up ahead and most importantly for Dan and his iron-weighted right foot, updates on where those pesky red light cameras and speed traps are located.

After passing on the optional $2300+ navigation unit from the factory, Dan couldn’t be happier with his Raxiom Navigation.

2011 GT Raxiom GPS Installation

This Nav is absolutely perfect! The fitment is great, very simple install and … It also comes with a back up camera and a new antenna, which work perfectly

For those worried about fitment and how the final install looks:

This item looks 100% factory and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a great navigation

This is the perfect upgrade for anyone wanting a more tech-savvy 2010-2014 Mustang without shelling out huge amounts of cash or dealing with a sloppy installation process.

Raxiom’s 2011-2014 Mustang GPS Navigation Overview

A 7 inch, high-definition touch screen LCD display gives you complete control over your Mustang’s new and existing features, all in full color. Not only does Raxiom’s new GPS navigation keep all of your factory functionality intact, including all voice-controlled SYNC® radio and other SYNC powered features , AM/FM & SAT radio, CD/Ipod audio and the bluetooth hands-free system, you also are in control of your new back-up camera and iGO Primo powered user dashboard. iGo Primo 2.0 is the spftware that power’s Raxiom’s GPS navigation and includes text-to-speech, voice and visual turn-by-turn on screen, 2D, 3D, and green routing directions and 3D building views for major cities. Five languages–English, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese and Korean–are available with your choice of a male or female’s voice (that’s right, you can choose your Mustang’s gender!).

Raxiom's GPS & Rear Camera Navigation Installed

Raxiom’s Touch Screen Nav. Looks Like a Factory Ford Option

The real beauty in Raxiom’s new navigation is that it looks exactly like a factory option, without the factory price tag. The unit installs flawlessly in 2010+ Mustangs** and you’ll be the only one to know it’s not a factory installed piece. In two hours or less, you can have this fully functioning touch screen navigation installed. The kit comes with the navigation unit itself as well as the surrounding trim, back-up camera, head unit with steering wheel control harness and the needed RCA cables–everything you’ll need for install.

** Fitment: Raxiom’s GPS navigational head unit fits ALL 2010+ Mustangs (including V6, GT, BOSS and Shelby GT500 models) EXCEPT 2010 Mustangs with 6-disc changers!

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. This unit requires your mustang to have SYNC. This is a real epic fail as more than half the mustangs on the road don’t have SYNC. Raxiom lost me as a customer for this reason, and I suspect they lost many others as a result.


    1. Good call, Patrick. Still 10 months since you’ve posted and we still don’t have a non-Sync option. How expensive/difficult could this build be?!


  2. Gotta agree with Patrick, here. It leaves those of us with the base car high and dry. Bluetooth functionality is NOT expensive or space-intensive, dudes. Why can’t we make that an option?


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