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SIRIUS Satellite Radio Now Available as Factory Option on 2005 Chrysler 300 and Dodge Magnum Vehicles

May 10, 2004

SIRIUS Satellite Radio, which delivers commercial-free music and broadcast entertainment to cars and homes across the country, announced on May 3 that the Chrysler Group's 2005 Chrysler 300 and Dodge Magnum will feature SIRIUS Satellite Radio as a factory-installed option, with an included one-year subscription, for $195 Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP).All Chrysler 300 and Dodge Magnum customers will be able to order SIRIUS as a factory-installed option for $195, including a one-year subscription with access to SIRIUS' commercial-free music channels and news, sports, entertainment, traffic and weather channels. As an additional benefit offered exclusively to Chrysler customers, there is no activation fee to initiate the service after vehicle delivery. Customers also may stream SIRIUS music programming over a high-speed internet connection at their homes or offices at no additional charge.Consumers selecting the SIRIUS Satellite Radio option in their Chrysler 300 or Dodge Magnum will receive a small, mouse-like antenna mounted to the roof of the vehicle. Station selection with the radio is easy, using the same familiar method as selecting an AM or FM station. Consumers will be able to scan channels or select pre-set buttons for their favorite channels. Consumers will also be able to search both by music category and channel, which will be displayed on the radio screen.
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