Automaker will factory-install SiriusXM satellite radio in an unspecified number of its cars.
January 14, 2013
by The Canadian Press
TORONTO—Chrysler Canada has agreed to factory-install SiriusXM commercial-free satellite radios into an unspecified number of vehicles over the next five years.
Canadian Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. says Chrysler Canada will include pre-paid 12-month subscriptions to SiriusXM radio.
The Toronto-based broadcaster has long counted automakers as allies in its effort to build a customer base for its subscription-based radio services.
CSR doesn’t say how much revenue it expects to receive from the Chrysler Canada deal or how many radios it expects the automaker to install.
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