Chrysler Customers get Free SXM Sat & Internet Radio for 1 year


DRC Special Contributor
Oct 29, 2008
Anderson, SC

Chrysler Customers Purchasing Any 2014 Model Year Vehicle to Get Every Available Premium Satellite Radio Channel, Plus SiriusXM Internet Radio

Chrysler Group is also increasing its selection of vehicles with in-vehicle access to SiriusXM's expanded channel lineup delivered via satellite

NEW YORK, Nov. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Sirius XM Radio (NASDAQ: SIRI) and Chrysler Group LLC today announced that all Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge, Ram, SRT, Fiat, and Mopar customers will receive a one-year SiriusXM subscription when purchasing any 2014 model year vehicle with a satellite radio-equipped Uconnect System. The one-year SiriusXM subscription includes every premium channel available on their satellite radio, plus access to SiriusXM Internet Radio.

Chrysler customers will get SiriusXM's most complete premium programming line-up, including every NFL game, plus sports talk on SiriusXM NFL Radio; Howard Stern; every NASCAR race, plus sports talk on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio; Oprah Radio®; live play-by-play of every regular and postseason MLB game plus 24/7 sports talk on MLB Network Radio™; SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio; NHL® and NBA games; SiriusXM PGA TOUR® Radio; Opie & Anthony; Bob Edwards; IZOD IndyCar Series®; and more.

Customers will also get access to SiriusXM Internet Radio outside of the vehicle, allowing them to listen at home, in the office, or on the go on Apple iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Android smartphones and other connected devices, as well as online at

In addition, Chrysler Group is also increasing its selection of vehicles offering in-vehicle access to SiriusXM's expanded channel lineup of commercial-free music, sports talk, comedy, entertainment, as well as SiriusXM Latino, its suite of Spanish-language channels, all delivered via satellite.

"With SiriusXM's expanded channel lineup available via satellite in more vehicles from Chrysler Group, even more drivers and passengers will get access for the first time ever to an even deeper variety of commercial-free music, comedy, and live sports, along with the ability to listen outside of the vehicle with access to SiriusXM Internet Radio," said Steve Cook, Executive Vice President, Sales and Automotive, SiriusXM.

"Chrysler Group is pleased to be able to offer consumers access to even more premium audio entertainment in our vehicles," said Alan Amici, Head of Uconnect Systems and Services, Chrysler Group. "This is a great opportunity for our customers to listen to SiriusXM content delivered via satellite to their vehicle, and also get access to SiriusXM Internet Radio outside their vehicle on smartphones and other connected devices."

The expanded channel lineup is made available through SiriusXM's newest technology that delivers greater satellite bandwidth while maintaining the broadcast quality of SiriusXM's satellite channels. The new technology is part of SiriusXM's previously discussed 2.0 rollout of technology, software, and hardware.

For more information on SiriusXM's expanded channel lineup in English and Spanish, please visit Xtra Channels - SiriusXM Radio and Bienvenido al mundo de la radio satelital - SiriusXM Latino - SiriusXM Radio.


Power Pig, Hello!
Oct 12, 2008
This was already the case for a lot of 2013 Fiat vehicles with certain audio packages. Looks like they've extended it quite a bit.

Free year came with my 2013 Fiat 500c Abarth with the Beats Audio system. (Yeah, yeah, it was either get the Beats Audio or wait a few weeks. I griped enough about it, they knocked $500 off of the package) :) Only down side is I have to sit in the car to listen to Eddie Trunk now :shock:


Jan 19, 2012
I assumed this was always Sirius's future. One car company one upping the other until they all just offered long term Sirius as standard, much like other car options have become expected. The new GM deal kind of negates my assumptions but maybe the Chrysler deal will inspire other manufactures.


Well-Known Member
Oct 21, 2008
So this Uconnect system means it's ready to go, just push a button and voila, or is this "just buy this other device and then install it and THEN you're ready to go"??

It sounds like it's the first one, but *drinks more wake-up juice.*