Lincoln Customers to Get Multiyear Subscription to SiriusXM Traffic and SiriusXM Travel Link Starting with 2015 Vehicles
Customers buying any Lincoln vehicle equipped with navigation will receive a six-year subscription to information and entertainment services delivered by SiriusXM via satellite, including traffic conditions, weather, fuel prices, sports scores and movie listings
"Lincoln has offered SiriusXM Traffic and SiriusXM Travel Link on vehicles since 2009, and we are proud of the confidence Lincoln has shown in satellite-delivered information and entertainment services," said
SiriusXM Traffic and SiriusXM Travel Link provide luxury vehicle customers with valuable driving and entertainment information delivered via satellite from SiriusXM.
"Lincoln customers value quick, easy and seamless access to information," said
Lincoln customers will get access to SiriusXM Traffic and SiriusXM Travel Link, a suite of advanced services with features that include:
- Traffic speed: Color-coded roads on the vehicle's navigation screen show traffic speed in major metro areas
- Accidents, construction and road closures: Receive traffic alerts, including information on accidents, disabled vehicles, construction and road closures
- Alternate route guidance and mapping: In-vehicle navigation system and detailed traffic data allow drivers to choose alternate routes and receive updated directions to avoid congested roads
- Fuel prices: Get detailed information on fuel prices and the ability to sort by lowest price, fuel type, distance or brand name
- National weather information: Receive coast-to-coast weather data including current conditions, five-day forecasts and weather maps
- Sports scores: Get in-game and final scores, as well as weekly game schedules, for world-class professional sports and college programs
- Movie listings: Access detailed local movie theater listings including start times and ratings
Customers purchasing any new Lincoln vehicle equipped with satellite radio also receive a six-month subscription to SiriusXM's All Access Package with access to SiriusXM's premium programming lineup. This includes every
For more information on SiriusXM, please visit www.siriusxm.com.
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