Washington, D.C. – XM Satellite Radio said that Audiovox has become the first company to offer a formal program to supply car dealers with XM systems compatible with any make or model of car.
Audiovox said the XM system, which works through any AM/FM radio will cost $399 installed for most cars. Audiovox said it has relationships with 500 expeditors that service 10,000 independent auto dealers, said XM.
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