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Hi guys,

 

I'm looking at getting my first car for uni and adding better speakers. So my first question is: Ute vs Sedan?

 

I'm trying to decide between going for a 2011 Holden SV6 Ute or the 2011 Holden Commodore SV6 sedan. I just can't decide which to go for however my next question may decide it.

 

Car Audio; firstly, can you install subwoofers in a 2011 Holden SV6 ute? if so what are some decent subs? I know quite a lot in regards to pro audio however I'm a little unsure when it comes to car audio. My budget for audio is around $1000-$1500

 

One final thing, your probably all going to jump up and down at me saying that a bad car for my first car at uni however i have to regularly drive between Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and Cairns - up to 1200km at a time and also i have access to very very cheap finance from the government due to joining the defence force.

 

 

Cheers for any help guys

 

Chris

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I would advise against a ute if it's going to be all road driving of course. I can't comment on either of those cars because we don't get them across the pond, but car audio is usually a very simple upgrade. You might want to start by looking at the forums of those respective cars for audio ideas.

 

Cheers back.

 

PS: Why a new car for uni, out of curiosity?

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Nah its not a new car, i'm getting it used with about 54,000 on the clock. Thanks for the help with the speakers :)

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