The install of any dash cam system will present the same challenges. Some vehilces will be inherently more difficult than others. I installed the system in my 2012 Jeep JK and because of the relatively open architecture of Jeeps, it was not (too) bad. Don’t count on YouTube videos for help with speciifc vehilces as even one model year difference can make a big difference in routing the wiring; for instance: where is the factory wiring pass-through hole in the firewall and which fuse do you piggy-back for ignition source only power? You will have to watch several videos and understand the architecture of your vehicle. I would definitely recommend the 3 wire hookup option (hard wired, not plug in) which allows for parking mode security. The system has the capability, so why not use it? I installed the two channel (front and rear) option. The system works as advertised, but you will have to play with it for a bit to get used to using the functions and menu. The WI-FI mode is a must have in my opinion and is easily acheived using the APP, which you must download. The VA129 has an integrated GPS, so no need for an external unit, allowing pictures and videos to be location stamped as well as time stamped (this is a must have feature). This system also uses capacitors rather than lithium ion batteries. There are several good videos that discuss the advantages, so I’ll leave that to you. Again, do your homework and I think you will find the the VIOFO A129 4K 2-channel system, with GPS, offers oustanding value and functionality at the price point.