It now literally can be music to the ears of Mazda dealers who retail certified pre-owned vehicles equipped with satellite radio.

On Monday, SiriusXM Canada announced today a multi-year agreement with Mazda Canada to extend the ongoing relationship between the two companies and continue offering Mazda customers with equipped vehicles added value to complement their driving experience.

The companies said Mazda customers will receive a complimentary three-month SiriusXM All Access trial subscription — SiriusXM’s most expansive programming package which includes access to the SiriusXM mobile app — with the purchase of a new or certified pre-owned vehicle.

The companies added that customers purchasing new, navigation-equipped Mazda vehicles will also receive a complimentary five-year subscription to SiriusXM Traffic Plus and Travel Link.

SiriusXM Traffic can help drivers avoid congestion before they reach it with detailed information on traffic speed, accidents, construction, road closures and more.

Meanwhile, SiriusXM Travel Link can deliver timely and helpful information to drivers and passengers including weather, fuel prices, available parking, sports scores, movie listings and stock prices.

“We are very pleased to extend our agreement with a trusted partner like SiriusXM and continue offering our customers a superior driving experience with even more benefits,” Mazda Canada director of business strategy Junichi Imai said in a news release.

“We feel confident that complimentary access to their comprehensive audio entertainment and infotainment services enhances the value we bring to our drivers,” Imai continued.

SiriusXM All Access is SiriusXM’s most extensive offering, featuring Howard Stern, and including every NFL, MLB, and NBA game, every NASCAR race, plus NHL games, PGA TOUR coverage and live college sports, as well as SiriusXM’s wide variety of commercial-free music, plus talk programming, comedy and several exclusive online-only channels.

All-Access subscribers also get access to SiriusXM programming outside the vehicle on the SiriusXM app and online.

It’s all now available to buyers who take delivery of those Mazda CPO units equipped with satellite radio.

“We’ve been a proud partner with Mazda for many years and are excited to continue that relationship,” said Rob Keen, vice president of OEM partnerships and connected services at SiriusXM Canada.

“Bringing their customers the best in commercial-free music, plus sports, talk and news, as well as SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link services amplifies the already exceptional experience behind the wheel of a Mazda,” Keen went on to say.

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