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Just got myself a 2016 Titanium Wagon. I want to do some sound deadening to quiet down our horrid road noise here in Washington State, probably the noisiest freeways in the country. I figure if I quiet it down a wee bit I'll be happy keeping the vehicle for a long time. Anyone do this and have tips on where to start? I figure Dynamat type deadener in key spots, maybe some insulation in the voids. I'm not going to go overkill, so want to focus on the biggest improvements for the least amount of material. My Q is whether it's better to start in the floor or in the walls. Seems like the rear of the van is noisier than the front. At some point I'll also pull the front carpet to put in a mini-subwoofer in the little storage compartment under the passenger seat. Sound dampening, a small sub, and a garment rack for work will be the beginning and end of my mods. Cheers, Justin