Vehicle: Driving a short bus taking N3ON to school.
Location: In a Lucid Dream. But now I want my life back.
Like said above use Crutchfield as there knowledgable and can tell you exactly what fits. You can do that by entering your car info on there site. After you find a radio you like shop around for the best price. Crutchfield is on the high side. Sometimes you can find places like Best Buy and others that will offer free install and all you do is buy the wiring harness and radio.
I personally think there is nothing to install a radio. So buying from Crutchfield is your best choice imo. They send everything, and I called them the next day saying I was going to install my receiver in another car and they sent me the harness, and mounting bracket and antenna converter the next day for free.
BTW OP. you will need a set of wire strippers, and about 10 crimps, both those you can get at a hardware store for next to nothing.