Years ago a bought the first-gen XM "Roadie" portable add-on radio
along with the remote controller for it, and have been using it
without an problems daily. You aften see these on motorcycles. The
installation is not as 'clean' as in in-dash unit, but given that the
price was only $40, I can live with an DC adapter plugged in to the
'cigarette lighter' and running a wire from the small external antenna
magnetically mounted on the trunk. And I can easily move it to another
car , or into the house and run it though my stereo FM radio.
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