2010 Legacy 3.6R Limited
Probably Subaru liquored them up for service costs?
Also, as a side note, since I just saw this part... It actually was McIntosh Laboratories in New York that designed the audio and acoustics of the car, all of it. They just left it to Clarion to solder and assemble the gear and Subaru to run the wiring and glue in some more sound deadening materials.The way the McIntosh system was wired leads me to believe those folks at Clarion must have drank too much sake during the cherry blossom festival that year as it's pretty silly. The entire rear body harness and dash harness is different, as are both front door cords. Would have been much easier to just use a T-harness to reroute the speaker outputs under the seat, and also a crapton easier to hook up a standard deck after doing that. Why they went the way they did I have no idea.