Honda, Dodge Announce First HD Radio Offerings at 2013 New York Auto Show

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Columbia, MD - Apr 3, 2013 - iBiquity Digital announced at the New York International Auto Show that 33 automakers now offer HD Radio technology. Honda and Dodge announced their first vehicles to include HD Radio, and Cadillac, Hyundai, Jeep, Kia, Mitsubishi and Toyota all announced new or refreshed vehicles with HD Radio at the NY Auto Show. Specifics:

■ Dodge: Announced the refreshed 2014 Durango SUV as the first Dodge vehicle to offer HD Radio.
■ Cadillac: Announced the new 2014 CTS with the CUE System and HD Radio as a standard feature.
■ Hyundai: Introduced a refreshed Equus Luxury Sedan that includes HD Radio as a standard feature.
■ Jeep: Unveiled its new Cherokee, which will be the second Jeep vehicle to offer HD Radio.
■ Toyota: Launched the all-new 2014 Highlander that offers HD Radio. The Highlander will also be among the first Toyota vehicles to utilize the HD Radio system for traffic and weather services.
■ Kia: Announced refreshed 2014 Optima, Forte and Soul models that all offer HD Radio.
■ Mitsubishi: Announced pricing for the new 2014 Outlander and reiterated that this will be its first vehicle to launch using HD Radio for audio, traffic and weather services.

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