Hyundai to fit XM Satellite radio in U.S. cars


NEW YORK, March 23 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co. said on Wednesday it plans to offer XM Satellite Radio as standard equipment on all U.S. models by 2007. The move should boost the emerging satellite-radio business, and signals a win for XM Satellite over rival Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. .

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