Washington — Kawasaki Motors will ship its first motorcycles with XM radios.
The company will offer XM as an option on the new Vulcan 1600 Nomad touring bike at a price yet to be announced.
Harley-Davidson was the first motorcycle supplier to offer XM radios starting in 2006, including a portable option called the Road Tech AL20 for many 1996 and later model Harley bikes at a suggested $249.
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