I know this hobby and site is all about tinkering with, and solving the complex issues of audio in a car's environment. So hopefully this post isn't taken as sacrilege...
I'm considering getting a new sedan...something 2016 or newer (not brand new) and I am wondering if anyone knows of particular models that have decent (relatively speaking) acoustics and easier installations.
My biggest desire would be to find a model with no HPFs on the factory radio that cannot be bypassed. I want to grab speaker level inputs and go right to my Helix P-Six with a full signal. My current car has an HPF that cannot be bypassed and this increased the complexity and cost of the install a ton. It also makes using the system clunky. So no HPF would be the first ask.
The second would be a vehicle that requires minimal tuning. I know everything will require some, but some cars are simply better starting points than others.
If I could only have one of the two, it would be no HPF. I've always been a Honda/Acura guy, so if any trim of the Accords or TLXs don't have HPFs, please let me know.
My goal for the system would be sound great (obviously), use stock locations for mids/woofers (probably would do a two-way rather than three-way), and have seamless integration with the factory system.
Thanks for your help.