Price: $109.00 Pros: Mounted behind my stereo so all controls are through the one main radio. Cons: Spotty reception when you are under somethin like a tree. Recommended? Yes
Comments: Overall a nice addition. The total price was a little high, but since XM and Sirius merged they kinda have a monopoly going. My package was very accomodating, I didnt want 500 stations so I purchased the only music for a fraction of the cost and it includes roughly 40-50 commercial free music stations. A couple of new stations and NPR I think and a couple Christian stations.
Price: $75.00 Pros: No static or commercials. I would recommend XM to anyone. Cons: Sometimes the reception isnt so good on really cloudy days or if you drive on a really dense wooded road. Recommended? Yes
Comments: I love XM. I have been an avid subscriber since 2005 and would tell anyone to get it, its so worth it.
Comments: Great product. Virginia radio is lame. Choices are top 40 or top 40! The XM give me a chance to listen to some great music plus I get all of the game from my beloved Phillies! Since the XM merger getting Howard Stern is nice too!
Price: $1.00 Pros: Good variety of music Cons: Hardtop seemed to interfere with reception Recommended? No
Comments: This was installed by the previous owner. I used it for awhile, but the hardtop interfered some with reception. However, I don't subscribe currently due to issues with customer service: my account was setup as autodraft charge from my checking account, and something funky happened where XM stopped getting my payments (no idea why), and turned me over to a collection company without contacting me for a measly 15 bucks.