Onyx EZR radio connects you to satellite broadcasts

Updated Dec 23, 2019

There was a time not all that long ago when listening to the radio as you drove cross country meant hopscotching from one local channel to the next as one faded out and another faded in. Drivers usually wound up listening to a crazy salad of local news, sports, weather, and music.

Everything changed Sept. 25, 2001, with the arrival of the first broadcast of radio by satellite. Radio listening has not been the same since. Today, some 100 million people are reached by SiriusXM Satellite Radio, which delivers music, live sports, news, talk, and other programming.

Tuning into that wealth of programming is easy with the SiriusXM Onyx EZR radio for your truck. This simple to install radio delivers all of SiriusXM’s programming from Howard Stern to live Major League Baseball to music tailored to your particular tastes and moods.

The EZR features an easy-to-read, large high-resolution display screen that lets you see the artist or show name, song or program title, and content or channel information. You can store up to 10 of your favorite channels and curate your own music channel that’s a blend of channels you prefer with the TuneMix feature.

The receiver mounts easily on your truck’s dash. Plus, with an optional kit, you can take it out of your truck and listen in your home or outdoors.

Available at travel centers and online.