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As others have said this is an easy job. Best advice is either a tube that includes the amp (usually cheaper and takes up little space) or go with a single 10" and small amp, all mounted in the trunk, just behind the rear seat. Biggest problems with subs in these cars is the tight space right behind the rear seat. I've done 2 separate builds with dual 10" boxes and let me say that space is limited. I also wanted to preserve as much truck space as I could. I don't know how people fit in 12" subs without eating up the entire trunk? I would suggest stopping by a local stereo shop. Measure the space where you want it or bring in the car and let them measure it. Then buy a good box that will fit because using a box with improper air space is like dropping stock pistons in an engine that's bored .030 over. Boxes are cheap and as long as you run the wires yourself and provide the sub and amp that fit your budget you will be in good shape.
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