Honda to install XM Satellite radio in 650,000 cars


NEW YORK, Nov 30 (Reuters) - American Honda Motor Co., a unit of Japanese carmaker Honda Motor Co. Ltd. will install XM Satellite Radio in more than 650,000 of its 2007 model year vehicles, XM said on Thursday. Washington-based XM, the leading satellite radio provider with 7 million subscribers, said Honda produced more than 550,000 vehicles in model year 2006 with the XM system.

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