BMW Adds SiriusXM 360L to Most of Its 2021 Lineup

With road trips being favored over air travel and other public modes of transportation given the current state of the world, staving off boredom on long drives is even more important than usual. BMW’s latest addition to its vehicle lineup aims to do just that, as the automaker is including SiriusXM with 360L in the majority of its 2021 models.

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SiriusXM with 360L adds an expanded range of channels as well as access to “more than 10,000 hours” of on-demand content. It also allows for the creation of five specific listener profiles as well as an ability to suggest content based on listening preferences. SiriusXM says 360L makes it easier to find team-specific sports content by bookmarking it in the system, too.

The feature first debuted on most Audi models in May, and BMW is playing catchup as it adds the perk to nearly every 2021 vehicle in its lineup. That includes:

Cars

  • 2 Series Gran Coupe
  • 3 Series
  • 4 Series
  • 5 Series
  • 8 Series
  • Z4

SUVs

  • X3
  • X4
  • X5
  • X6
  • X7

Not present on the list are the 2 Series coupe and 7 Series sedan, both of which will likely undergo a refresh or redesign first. According to BMW, vehicles with 360L should arrive in dealerships before summer is over.

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