If it were me? If you know the size of your radio and if it is HK or not, I'd head over to Crutchfield and look at my options. You can get a heck of a AA or ACP-compatible system that would support your steering wheel controls and your backup camera (if you have one). Crutchfield Car Audio
I've wondered the same thing. I'd love to put a newer carplay compatible head unit in my 2015 but haven't found any evidence of someone doing so. The cars have changed so little, it seems conceivable that a 2019 head unit might be plug-and-play without too much fuss?
I recently updated the Map of my '16 Outback 3.6R. Let me use this forum to describe it.
Here the steps to update GPS Map:
1. Go to subarumapupdates.com, specify model and download an app called 'SubaruGen2-Toolbox-inst.exe' (Windows or Mac). Install the app.
2. Insert the Map microSD card and...
It sounds like the front left door speaker in my 2013 Outback Limited is about shot -- it's distorting badly like a kazoo.
According to the Crutchfield site this OEM H-K is 6-1/2" with an impendance of 2-ohms. They offer three recommendations for full-range replacement pairs. All three are way...
As attached pictures show I added an Android head unit with 9" HD screen to my 2016 Outback. This is an add, not a replacement to the existing head unit which I want to keep. Audio output connect to the Aux input of the Outback head unit and nothing of it is touched.
Running Android 8 one can...