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GM to Build Vehicles With Factory-Installed XM Satellite Radio

November 1, 2005

DETROIT – General Motors has plans to build 1.55 million vehicles with factory-installed XM Satellite Radio in 2006. GM built 1.4 million vehicles with XM in 2005 and 1.17 million in 2004. For model-year 2006, nearly 90 percent of GM’s U.S. retail models will offer factory-installed XM as either standard equipment or an option. GM was the first automaker to offer satellite radio when it introduced XM as a feature of various Cadillac models in 2001.
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