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Used Nissan Shark Fin Antennas

All used Nissan Shark Fin Antennas listed on are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. list cheap new OES or aftermarket car parts at discounted prices and used OEM car parts up to 80% cheaper than main dealer prices for Nissan from premium breaker yards from across the UK.

About Shark Fin Antennas

The Nissan shark fin antenna receives radio waves so that you can listen to the radio in your car.  Often shark fin antennas have GPS satellite and Wi-Fi and cellular capabilities also, and are able to provide satellite Internet access, satellite phone, satellite radio, satellite television and satellite navigation, dependent upon the manufacturers specifications and the make and model of the vehicle. Some models are fitted for aesthetic reasons alone and are basically fake aerials, chosen by car owners for the sleek shark fin design and a quick and easy way to add a new look and customise a vehicle.

Housed in a moulded plastic casing, shaped in the eye catching shark fin shape, a shark fin antenna is often mounted on the roof, towards either the front or back of the vehicle. The Nissan shark fin antenna is often a favourite with drivers when customising a vehicle and is chosen for reasons of design and the sleek, streamlined look it gives to the car. More robust than a traditional aerial, the shark fin antenna is less likely to get accidentally broken off or damaged at high speeds. Contoured in that iconic shark fin shape, the Nissan shark fin aerial is also a popular choice because its shape is considered to be more aerodynamic and can assist with the overall fuel efficiency of the car.

This product is normally fitted by unscrewing the original antenna and replacing it with the shark fin antenna. Usually secured with screws, the shark fin antenna is connected to the original antenna base with coiled wire which conducts the signal needed. Shark fin antennas will be specific to the make and model of car, and design; materials; features; capabilities; and fittings and fixtures will vary. The shark fin antenna is  connected  by wires to the  car  stereo by  a cable which, with satellite connection, goes via a satellite radio receiver housed in front the cabin of the car. Replacing the original aerial on your car with a Nissan shark fin antenna will guarantee you get the right part that will fit the make and model of your vehicle perfectly.

If you're fitting a shark fin antenna on your car for the first time, or you are replacing the shark fin antenna on your car due to damage, choosing the Nissan shark fin antenna will ensure you get a part that is compatible with the make and model of your vehicle. An accessory offering a modern look, the Nissan shark fin antenna is the ideal choice for car owners who want to make a statement and stand out a little from the crowd.

Nissan trivia

  • The Nissan GT-R is widely considered to be the fastest street-legal car in Europe, after beating both Ferrari and Porsche on the Nürburgring racing track. It is currently the fastest production car in the world.
  • Car accessories can range from the amazing to the redundant, but nothing manages to balance somewhere between the two more than the doorframe umbrella compartment that came with the Nissan Pulsar GTi-R.
  • Nissan’s sporting history kicked off in the right way when they blasted their way to victory in the All Japan Automobile Competition, Japan’s first-ever racing event. The NL-75 destroyed the competition, thanks to its supercharged DOHC engine.
  • The Nissan Patrol began production in 1951, making it the oldest production SUV on the planet. Admittedly, the design has changed a bit since ‘51.
  • Known as the ‘supercar killer’, the iconic Nissan GT-R is currently ranked third in the world for getting around the Nürburgring track in Germany. One circuit took the supercar just over seven minutes.