XM radio They said it couldnt be done
I just bought my SSR and the only item missing from the accessory list was, of course, XM Radio. I got hooked on XM when my wife bought her new Accord. I have installed XM in all of my cars and have had to buy After market radios to replace the OEM ones. Generally, they cost about $600 with installation.
XM Direct for General Motors Part Number XMDGM100 Includes every thing you will need. I purchased mine at MyRadioStore.com ran me XM Direct for General Motors XMDGM100This XM Direct package for General Motors vehicles will allow your GM Class II radio to have the XM Satellite Radio service fully integrated into the unit. Once properly installed, there will be no other devices on your dashboard for a finished, factory installed look and feel. You will be able to change channels, adjust volume, and set up presets with your existing Class II GM factory radio.
Installation is recommended by your local GM Dealer. I had mine installed in under 30 mins at my local Radio Shop which i used for my other audio needs. Picture instructions booklet is included.
Includes Hideaway XM Receiver, Magnetic-Mount XM Antenna
For use with satellite-ready GM Class II radios in conjunction with included XM-approved XM Direct Smart Adapter
Smallest Satellite Radio demodulator in the industry
Completely concealed hardware provides seamless integration into vehicle
Utilizes the discrete XM Micro-antenna
Specifically designed for quick professional installations
Universal demodulator will adapt to various vehicles and after-market stereos via a growing line-up of adaptor cables
The best part is the factory radio with the 6 cd changer remains stock and there is no visible trace of the antenna ( mounted on the back of the rea view mirror).
I will upload some pics in the next few days.
Long and short: It works great! It looks Stock! And I can unwind listening to XM Comedy in the So Cal traffic. :jester