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IDoing Head Unit 2013-2020 BRZ/FRS/86

by IDoing
Original price $429.00 - Original price $459.00
Original price
$429.00 - $459.00
Current price $429.00
Select Model Year of Vehicle: 2013
Select Vehicle Manufacturer: Subaru
Select Processor: 4G-64G (Default)

The IDoing head unit is a full plug and play solution that features a 9" display. It is a great way to add Apple CarPlay or Android Auto to any Subaru. Apple Carplay and Android Auto are also now made wireless! This is the only unit on the market currently that will include everything necessary for the installation (it even includes necessary tools)! 

All OEM features are retained such as the steering wheel controls and backup camera. 

The head unit comes with the Google Play Store pre-downloaded so apps like YouTube, Clash of Clans, Amazon Prime Video are available to be played/watched on the head unit.

There are tons of audio settings to mess around with and the head unit is compatible with aftermarket subwoofers, speakers, amplifiers, etc. An IDoing head unit is recommended for all Subaru's with aftermarket audio upgrades because the OEM radio is not built to handle the improved performance. You will really be able to notice the difference in audio quality after installing the head unit, it is the immediate response we receive from our hundreds of satisfied customers.

IDoing offers a two year warranty for this head unit and is trusted by thousands of customers! This is truly the best head unit available! 

2017-2020 GT86 & BRZ's will need the JDM dash trim in order to fit flush. Modification of the IDoing frame is also possible for flush fitment.

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
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Kaan Kahveci

works as advertised still testing it out but so far so good.

mariah jones

IDoing Head Unit 2013-2020 BRZ/FRS/86

Joseph Leichsenring

IDoing Head Unit 2013-2020 BRZ/FRS/86

Gary Chen
great upgrade for 2013 BRZ

Love the functionality of this head unit. The vendor here was responsive and helped fulfill my order quickly. The only quibble I had was that the way the unit installs is not ideal in that it is not secured by four bolt fasteners like the stock head unit. Based on the Youtube installation videos I've seen, installers have just snapped the head unit (which is connected to the outer bezel trim by phillips screws) to the cockpit using the stock plastic clips. Doesn't seem like a strong fit for me. I ended up reusing the stock mounting plates from the original head unit, disconnecting iDoing's bezel frame to gain access to fastening four bolts to the frame, then sliding the bezel from both sides onto the iDoing face (which required cutting the bezel in half down the middle). Not as aesthetically pleasing as snapping in with plastic clips but I wanted something secure.