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This is a special order item. Please allow an additional 2-3 week lead time.
Visually inspect your interior for a match to our photos. Some 2013 models continued to use the 2012 style dash. See our 2012 Altima listings for possible choices. This ProClip only fits the dash styles shown in our photos.
The ProClip Left Mount attaches on the left side of the steering wheel and the face plate is angled towards the driver for optimal viewing. The mount clips into the dashboard seams between the panel sections, providing a very sturdy and tight fit. Average installation time is 2 minutes. No dismantling of the dashboard is required and there is no damage to the vehicle interior! The mount keeps your Device securely on the vehicle dashboard within easy reach from the driver seat - No more distracting and dangerous fumbling around for your device in the seat, cup holder, pocket, purse or on the floor.
Device Holder NOT included, sold separately.
Notice: Consider how the device, or horizontal position, will fit the location and could interfere with other vehicle functions.
- Provides the perfect mounting platform
- Clips into the seams of the dashboard
- Easily attach a device holder to the mount
- Secure fit within easy reach from the driver's seat
- No holes or damage to your dashboard
CompatibilityCalifornia Prop 65 Warning
How To Install
Easy to Install
Built to Last
- Roman L.Verified BuyerRated 5 out of 5 stars1 year agoNo other mount even comes close!
Not usually one to call anything perfect, but this mount comes as close as you can get to perfect. No problems with install or with daily use. Doesn't even compare with other "suction cup" type mounts. Wish everything was this easy and well made. Keep up the good work.
- JaxVerified BuyerRated 1 out of 5 stars1 year agodoes not fit well
this piece will work but does not work well with the larger phones now a days. i have the i phone 12 pro and where this mount is, it hits the windshield and steering wheel if i try to have the phone vertical. no matter where i place the mount on the roof post it will hit somewhere so i have to have my phone turned at about 45 degrees.PUProClip USA1 year ago
Hello Andrew, thank you for the review! Left A-pillar mounts usually have a limited amount of space to mount a larger phone compared to a standard mount that connects onto the dashboard. For larger/medium phones, we recommend docking the phone at the 45 degree angle or attempting to attach the phone holder onto the mount as low as possible to avoid hitting the windshield with the top of the phone.
A Better Way to Mount Your Phone
Don't settle for cheap and flimsy one-size-fits-most phone mounts that wobble in your vents or suction cups that consistently fall off. There's a better, more solid way to mount your phone.
The Mounting Base
Our exact-fit mounting bases are made specifically for most car and truck models. The mounts easily snap into the seams of the dashboard for a solid and secure fit so you can mount your phone with confidence.
The Device Holder
Our holders are designed specifically for your smartphone, GPS, or other mobile devices. Phone holder options can fit phones with or without cases, and charge wirelessly or with charging cables.