I’m wondering if anyone else has encountered this, as my dealer does not seem interested in helping. I just traded in my 2005 Forester for a 2013 Forester (great car!). We live out in the country, and listen to the radio when we drive from one cow pasture to another. Our 2005 radio, a basic model, got over a dozen stations clearly. But the hi-tech marvel that came with the 2013, filled with fancy capabilities and an amazing display screen, barely gets anything! Even a strong station 20 miles away is filled with static, and other stations are totally dead. It’s fine in the city, but poops out as soon as we get ten miles outside. It seems incredible that this fancy looking radio could be vastly inferior to the old basic model we had before. In fact, I have a 40-year-old pocket transistor radio that performs better than this 2013 car radio! Any thoughts? Thanks!