Chrysler announced today that it has extended its relationship with Sirius Satellite Radio through 2017. The auto maker has offered Sirius radios, available as an option or a part of package, in its cars since 2003.
Sirius is also a part of Chrysler’s new MyGIG entertainment option which features a 30-gig hard drive, a GPS navigation with real-time traffic info and a USB port that lets owners download and store photos and music.
Last year, Chrysler also rolled out Sirius Backseat TV on its minivans and has expanded it to seven vehicles in its lineup. The feature allows back-seat passengers to watch channels such as Nickelodeon, Disney Channel and Cartoon Network.
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