Volkswagen Adds SiriusXM With 360L to Most of 2021 Lineup

Volkswagen is updating its multimedia system for several model-year 2021 vehicles and, along with enhanced map and voice-recognition functionality, the new MIB3 system will get SiriusXM with 360L, an upgraded version of the satellite music system that adds a lot more content and personalization options.

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SiriusXM with 360L has an expanded range of satellite and streaming channels as well as more live channels, along with access to thousands of hours of on-demand content like interviews, shows and live performances. A new bookmarking feature should make it easier to find favorite channels or types of content.

On the personalization front, SiriusXM with 360L offers “For You” recommendations as well as access to related content based on prior listening habits. Also, the system allows for individual listener profiles so multiple users can customize their preferences and quickly access them. Users can create up to five specific listener profiles.

Volkswagen said that every model equipped with the MIB3 system will offer SiriusXM with 360L including the model-year 2021 Arteon, Atlas Cross Sport, Golf GTI, Jetta, Jetta GLI and Tiguan. The Atlas, which was just refreshed for model-year 2021, will incorporate MIB3 and SiriusXM with 360L as a mid-year change for model-year 2021.5.

SiriusXM with 360L is available for free in a three-month  trial subscription along with SiriusXM’s top-tier All Access package.

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