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Old 12-01-2006, 08:10 AM   #1
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Looking for a small PNP to get for the wife's SUV. Since I can't find a way to hook sirius up to her existing XM Ready head unit I am going to have to find a PNP. She doesn't want to to be big and bulky. I was looking at the Sirius One, but dont' think she will like the one line display.

Things we need.

1. a good mount (vent clip or a metal mount that does not get in the way) NO Suction Cups!!!
2. it has to be small. (I have a starmate in my car and it would be fine with out the big clunky mounting bracket)
3. Song Seek
4. Artist Seek

Things we don't need.

1. Replay
2. Game alerts
3. differerent color display

She is likly to only listen to a handfull of stations (country, new age) so the number of presets is not that important.

Does anyone know of a nice mount for a 2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara? At this point the cost is not that important but I don't want to spend a lot.

Sorry for the long post, but I have one more question. Does anyone make a Sirius head unit that will work with the steering wheel controls on the Suzuki?

Thanks for all you assistance.

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Old 12-02-2006, 04:56 AM   #2
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Looking for a small PNP to get for the wife's SUV. Since I can't find a way to hook sirius up to her existing XM Ready head unit I am going to have to find a PNP. She doesn't want to to be big and bulky. I was looking at the Sirius One, but dont' think she will like the one line display.

Things we need.

1. a good mount (vent clip or a metal mount that does not get in the way) NO Suction Cups!!!
2. it has to be small. (I have a starmate in my car and it would be fine with out the big clunky mounting bracket)
3. Song Seek
4. Artist Seek

Things we don't need.

1. Replay
2. Game alerts
3. differerent color display

She is likly to only listen to a handfull of stations (country, new age) so the number of presets is not that important.

Does anyone know of a nice mount for a 2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara? At this point the cost is not that important but I don't want to spend a lot.

Sorry for the long post, but I have one more question. Does anyone make a Sirius head unit that will work with the steering wheel controls on the Suzuki?

Thanks for all you assistance.

Chris
Regarding the pnp...the newest generation sirius one I can't remember the reciever # but if you search the forum its mentioned. Anyway this unit and the Stratus each are small with 3 lines of display and are around 50$...I've seen them at Staples office supply store...the only thing from your list is they have no song/artist seek.
I own a stratus and it is a very dependable reciever with amazing signal strenth. No suction cup and has vent mounts.
Good luck!
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Old 12-02-2006, 03:59 PM   #3
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You might want to check out the Starmate 3. It comes with a vent mount, has artist seek, and doesn't have replay or pause feature.
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I also have a 2006 Grand Vitara. I learned the radio is made by Clarion and is XM-Ready, but the Ce-Net standard is used to run CD Changers, iPod conenctions, XM....basically any add-ons.

Clarion is a Sirius partner and they have a Ce-Net Sirius Tuner you may want to check out: http://www.sirius.com/servlet/Conten...=1080597647954
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