Subaru will sport XM Satellite Radio in three of its 2007 models, the automaker announced on Friday.
The Legacy, Outback, and B9 Tribeca SUV will sport the new-wave radio technology, meaning that nearly half of all the vehicles sold by the Japanese automaker.
The service will be standard in this vehicles, with the driver gaining three months of service free. The activation fee will be waived, and monthly fees will be US$12.95.
“Subarus and Subaru owners have always been synonymous with free spirit and freedom of choice, qualities that also define XM Radio enthusiasts,” said Paul Kirsch, VP, OEM Marketing, XM Satellite Radio.