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Lincoln To Include Sirius Satellite Radio As Standard Equipment

April 4, 2007

Ford Motor Company and SIRIUS Satellite Radio has announced that Lincoln will provide its customers standard factory- installed satellite radio on the Lincoln MKZ, Lincoln MKX, Lincoln Navigator, Lincoln Navigator L and Lincoln Mark LT beginning with the 2008 model year. SIRIUS Satellite Radio today is offered on 22 Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles as a factory-installed option. It will be available on the 2008 Ford Focus later this year, bringing the total to 23. Land Rover is offering Sirius as standard equipment in 2007 model year Range Rover and Supercharged Range Rover Sport, and as a factory installed option in the all-new LR2 that goes on sale in the US next week. Nearly 600,000 Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles have already been shipped with factory installed SIRIUS satellite radios. Those numbers are expected to more than double in 2007. Lincoln models with SIRIUS radios arrive at the dealership ready to operate with a six-month pre-paid subscription included.
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