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The Chevrolet MyLink Radio

Life. Simply Connected.

Enjoy easy access to all of the Chevrolet MyLink features with the color touch screen. Easy to use and comfortably positioned within the driver’s reach, this 7-inch color touch screen dynamically displays options from entertainment or phone to streaming mobile apps with Bluetooth® wireless technology. Pair a smartphone with MyLink and access your contact list, music playlists or certain mobile apps right on the touchscreen while the phone is safely stored away. MyLink with color touch screen incorporates technology for the comfort and convenience of drivers, so every ride can be enjoyed.

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Connecting with USB

Stream Audio with Bluetooth®

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Pandora® Internet Radio

 


Pandora is a personalized radio that plays music and comedy you’ll love with the Pandora® mobile app on your compatible smartphone. Just start with the name of on of your favorite songs, artists, comedians or composers and Pandora will create a custom station just for you. Try one of the hundreds of music and comedy genre stations on Pandora ranging from Dubstep to Smooth Jazz and Classical . With MyLink, you can access the app right from the color touch screen once your smartphone is connected.

Playing Pandora®
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Stitcher™ Smart Radio

 


There’s no need to worry about missing your favorite radio broadcasts. With the streaming capabilities of Stitcher™ Smart Radio, over 5,000 radio shows and podcasts are available according to your schedule. And with MyLink, you can access them while on the go. Through the mobile app on your compatible smartphone, you can find all of your favorite podcast programming. Save your favorites and they’ll be updated automatically once available.

Playing Stitcher™ Smart Radio
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USB Media Devices

 

All your favorite songs and playlists can come with you on the ride, even if they’re stored on your mobile device or portable music loaded flash drive. Just connect the device to MyLink using the USB port. Control music and media through the 7-inch diagonal color touch screen or with enhanced voice control making it easy to stay entertained while keeping your eyes safely on the road and devices stored away.

Connecting Media Devices
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Gracenote® Technology

 


Embedded in the MyLink system Gracenote® helps identify the music on your device or drive. When your device is connected, MyLink immediately indexes your songs, fills in missing song information and associates album art with your tracks if possible. Gracenote® also assigns voice tags, including common nicknames of some of the more famous artists, so you can quickly and easily search for your music using simple voice commands.
  

Using Gracenote® Technology
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AM/FM/CD

 


MyLink Radio gives you the capability of a smartphone on your radio screen, but it hasn’t forgotten about the classic radio. It’s just made it easier to use. Whether you’re listening to AM or FM radio or using a CD, MyLink lets you use the same capabilities that make it so simple to use.


   

Using AM/FM Radio and CD
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SiriusXM Satellite Radio

 

With over 140 channels of commercial-free music, sports, news, talk, comedy, weather and more, SiriusXM Satellite Radio , with a 3-month trial, makes your ride come alive. Controls are at your fingertips for convenience and safety while driving. So whether it’s a quick run to the store or a cross-country road trip, you’ll be entertained every moment with the capability of MyLink.
    

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Take Control

Hands-Free Calling

Life doesn’t stop when you’re driving. With MyLink you can stay in touch and up to date safely with hands-free calling and access to your personal address book through Bluetooth® wireless technology for select phones. Once you’ve paired your compatible smartphone and address book with MyLink, just tap a button on your steering wheel and speak a command to make a call. Powered by Nuance®, MyLink offers high-accuracy speech recognition. Now you can stay in the know while on the go.

Using Hands-Free Calling
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Enhanced voice control

Powered by Nuance®, MyLink delivers high-accuracy speech recognition that lets you use simple voice commands for hands-free calling, radio controls, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, (standard for three months) Pandora® Internet Radio, Stitcher™ Smart Radio, and Bluetooth® wireless technology. All you have to do is tap a button on your steering wheel and speak a command. The steering wheel controls keep your hands safely on the wheel while you select music, make phone calls or control the music volume.

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

   

  
 

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Tune in

It started with the AM band, then FM channels sprung up. Then 8-tracks, cassettes and CDs. It's the evolution of the radio. And almost as long as we've been listening to it, we've been listening to it in our vehicles. But, now Chevrolet MyLink1 makes basic radio functions even simpler.

 

Getting Started:

Chevrolet MyLink Touch Radio lets you control your basic radio functions easier than ever before. Between the SOURCE button, AUDIO touch-screen button and voice control, you can jump from channel to channel in seconds.


AM/FM Tuner

To access the AM source on your Chevrolet MyLink system, simply press the AM or FM icon on the touch-screen interface, hit the (C) SOURCE button and find icon within in the (D) navigation bar or say, "Tune to FM 96.3" to have the system do the work for you.


CD Player

Playing a CD is easier than before too. Simply press the CD icon on the touch-screen (A), or say, "Play CD," and Chevrolet MyLink will start playing the CD inserted in the player. Like everything else, CD can also be activated from the buttons on the radio faceplate. Simply hit (B) SOURCE and find the (C) CD function in the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen and you're ready to go.

The AM/FM screen and CD "Now Playing" screen shows you a host of information, such as the (D) artist, (E) the song, the station or Track.


Enhanced Voice Control

You can use Chevrolet MyLink's enhanced voice control to find your favorite station or play different tracks from your CD player. Simply press the PUSH TO TALK button on your steering wheel and say, "Tune to FM 96.3" or "Play CD". And the radio will recognize your request and tune to the appropriate station or CD track.

For a complete list of voice commands, click here.

1. MyLink functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and Smartphone and USB for some devices. MyLink on Spark and Sonic does not include functionality such as enhanced voice recognition, Gracenotes and CD player.

All screens and images were taken from the 2012 Chevrolet Equinox preproduction model. Actual screens and screens and images for 2012 Chevrolet Volt will vary.

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Connected. Wherever you are. Wherever you go.

Today, cell phones are for more than just calling people they're an extension of our person. Whether it's family, friends or work, we have to stay connected. But when you're in a vehicle staying connected is second to staying safe. That's why it was paramount to make hands-free calling a hallmark of the new Chevrolet MyLink1.

Getting Started:

The first step in utilizing some of the features of the Chevrolet MyLink system is to pair your Bluetooth-enabled phone4. Once paired, the system will download your entire phonebook to your MyLink system, so you can access every number every time you step into your vehicle. Next, it allows you to dial by name, just press the PUSH TO TALK button then simply say, "Call, Amanda," or dial by number by pressing the PUSH TO TALK button and saying, "Dial 555-555-1212" without even touching your phone or MyLink's touch-screen.

For a complete list of commands, click here.

 

Touch-Screen Access

You have several different ways to access the hands-free calling feature. You can access the system through the touch-screen interface. Simply, press the (A) phone icon on your Chevrolet MyLink's homepage screen and the system will take you to a menu. From there you can (B) dial, (C) access your phonebook,(D) see your incoming, outgoing and missed calls all at glance.


Button Access

You can also access your hands-free calling feature through the (A) PHONE button. Simply pressing the PHONE button will pull up a menu that lets you easily scroll through and find the action you would like to do. Then you can simply interact with the touch-screen or hit the SELECT button to perform that action.


Enhanced Voice Control

Lastly, your phone book can be accessed by voice. Powered by Nuance®, Chevrolet MyLink features high-accuracy, enhanced voice control software that allows you to control everything with the sound of your voice. Just press the (A) PUSH TO TALK button on your steering wheel and clearly say a command, like, "Call, Amanda." And the system will access your phone book, find the number and dial it for you. Or you can dial by number. Simply press the PUSH TO TALK button and say, "Dial" then the number, like "Dial 555-555-1212," so you can stay connected without ever taking your hands off the wheel.

For a complete list of commands, click here.

 

1. MyLink functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and Smartphone and USB for some devices. MyLink on Spark and Sonic does not include functionality such as enhanced voice recognition, Gracenotes and CD player.

4. Go to gm.com/bluetooth to find out which phones are compatible with the vehicle.

All screens and images were taken from the 2012 Chevrolet Equinox preproduction model. Actual screens and screens and images for 2012 Chevrolet Volt will vary.

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Behind the Scenes

Gracenote® is technology embedded in the Chevrolet MyLink1 system that helps you better manage and navigate your music collection on the open road. When you connect your MP3 player, USB drive3 or iPod®/iPhone®8 to the MyLink system, Gracenote® identifies your music collection and delivers the correct album, artist names, genres, and cover art on-screen. If information is missing, Gracenote® will fill in those blanks. This way you have all the information and album art for every song in your collection.

 

Getting Started:

Gracenote® works behind the scenes, but you determine if you want to use it or not. To access Gracenote's Normalization, press the (A) CONFIG button or (B) CONFIG on the radio's home screen. Then press RADIO SETTINGS on the touch-screen and under NORMALIZATION you can check the feature on or off. (C) On—and Gracenote® will do its best to deliver the correct album and artist names, genres and album cover art using the information that is provided by your device. Off—and the tracks will remain with the same information you currently have on your MP3 player, USB drive3 or iPod®/iPhone®8.

 

Music Search by Voice

Gracenote® also improves the accuracy of the Chevrolet MyLink system's voice-recognition capabilities for music search and navigation, letting you pinpoint bands, artists and albums with hard to pronounce names, irregular spellings and thousands of famous artist nicknames that can easily be used as voice commands to access your music. Just press the PUSH TO TALK button and say, "Play Artist <artist name>" or "Play Album <album name>" and the system will recognize it on your device and play it over the vehicle's speakers.

For a complete list of commands, click here.

 

1. MyLink functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and Smartphone and USB for some devices. MyLink on Spark and Sonic does not include functionality such as enhanced voice recognition, Gracenotes and CD player.

3. Not all devices are compatible with the MyLink system.

8. Apple, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.

All screens and images were taken from the 2012 Chevrolet Equinox preproduction model. Actual screens and screens and images for 2012 Chevrolet Volt will vary.

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Your own personalized radio stations.

Most of us have a certain taste in music. It's some sort of beat or rhythm that drives what we like, even if we don't realize it. Now Chevrolet MyLink1 is integrating free personalized radio into your vehicle. Pick an artist, song or genre that you like and Pandora creates your own personalized radio stations (up to 100) based on those selections and other artists and songs that are similar. Pandora gives people music they love. It's like having a DJ in your car who only plays what you like.

 

Getting Started:

First, you must have the Pandora app on your smartphone and an active Pandora account. You can easily download the app from Apple's iTunes App Store7, Blackberry App World or Google Play for Android apps. Next, like most features on the Chevrolet MyLink system, you must connect your Bluetooth-enabled device4. This connection will allow the system to recognize that you have a Pandora account and app on your phone5. Once this occurs, you can either click the (A) SOURCE button on the faceplate or the radio's touch-screen, choose the (B) Pandora icon on your homepage screen or simply say, "Tune Pandora." Once your device is connected, you will receive a message that Pandora is retrieving your stations.

From here, you can navigate your stations by pressing the (C) MENU key on your touch-screen. You will see all of your previously created stations and can scroll through them with the select knob. Hit the one you want to play, and start listening to your own Pandora personalized radio station right in your vehicle.

Bookmarking

Like a particular artist you're hearing? Chevrolet MyLink gives you access to popular Pandora features that let you bookmark a song or artist to your account. Simply press the (A) bookmark icon on the touch-screen and follow the prompts to save it, so you can learn more about it or purchase it at a later time.

Thumbs-Up/Thumbs-Down

Pandora gives you a feedback option to note if you like what you're hearing. Each bit of feedback helps further personalize that station to your individual taste. When a song is playing that you like, select the (A) Thumbs-Up icon. The system will store the information and the icon will have a check mark on it.

If you aren't wild about a track, simply hit the (B) Thumbs-Down icon. This will tell Pandora that you don't like what you're hearing and it will add a checkmark to the icon, then skip to the next song. That song will never be played on that station again.


Quickmix

Because you may not know what you specifically want to listen to, or just feel like letting Pandora do the work, you can select (A) QUICKMIX from the Pandora audio menu and the system will shuffle all your stations, creating a unique mix.


1. MyLink functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and Smartphone and USB for some devices. MyLink on Spark and Sonic does not include functionality such as enhanced voice recognition, Gracenotes and CD player.

4. Go to gm.com/bluetooth to find out which phones are compatible with the vehicle.

5. Visit onstar.com for coverage map, details and system limitations. Services vary by model and conditions. OnStar, standard for the first six months, acts as a link to existing emergency service providers.

7. Content purchased from the iTunes Store is for personal lawful use only. Don’t steal music.

All screens and images were taken from the 2012 Chevrolet Equinox preproduction model. Actual screens and screens and images for 2012 Chevrolet Volt will vary.

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Make a connection

USB has become the universal connection standard. So, it's fitting that the Chevrolet MyLink1 uses it to connect to the system in a variety of different ways.

 

Getting Started:

USB is part of your standard vehicle package. You can find the (A) USB port located inside the center console. Whether it's a flash drive, an iPod®8 or a smartphone, you can connect any compatible USB device3 to the Chevrolet MyLink system just by plugging it in. Once plugged in, the system will read and index the music on it. Once it finishes indexing, you can control all of your music through your MyLink system

Updating Chevrolet MyLink

The USB is also the primary way to update the system. Log in to this site to download the latest MyLink update. Save the update on a USB storage device and plug it in the vehicle. The vehicle must be running and in park to read the update. Then just follow the prompts to update your system.


1. MyLink functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and Smartphone and USB for some devices. MyLink on Spark and Sonic does not include functionality such as enhanced voice recognition, Gracenotes and CD player.

3. Not all devices are compatible with the MyLink system.

8. Apple, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.

All screens and images were taken from the 2012 Chevrolet Equinox preproduction model. Actual screens and screens and images for 2012 Chevrolet Volt will vary.

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Music. Unplugged.

Bluetooth4 for hands-free calling has been around for several years. Chevrolet MyLink1 takes that Bluetooth technology to the next level with streaming audio. Most devices can be paired to the Bluetooth system and if the device supports streaming audio, your music will play over the vehicle's stereo speakers, without ever having to be plugged in6, keeping your cabin uncluttered and wire-free.

 

Getting Started:

First you must pair your Bluetooth-enabled phone or device. If the device supports Bluetooth Streaming Audio, the music stored on the device will start playing over the vehicle's speakers. You can then use the enhanced voice control to manage it. Press the PUSH TO TALK button on your steering wheel and say, "Play Bluetooth Audio" or "Shuffle On," if the device supports that type of functionality.

1. MyLink functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and Smartphone and USB for some devices. MyLink on Spark and Sonic does not include functionality such as enhanced voice recognition, Gracenotes and CD player.

4. Go to gm.com/bluetooth to find out which phones are compatible with the vehicle.

6. Apple iPhone®/iPod® devices support Bluetooth Audio streaming with limited functionality. Please connect through USB to use all features of the MyLink system.

All screens and images were taken from the 2012 Chevrolet Equinox preproduction model. Actual screens and screens and images for 2012 Chevrolet Volt will vary.

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Pair your device.

To access many of Chevrolet MyLink's1 features, you must first pair your device to the system. MyLink is compatible with most Bluetooth-enabled devices, however to utilize some of the more advanced features, such as Pandora and Stitcher, you must have a smartphone that runs on iOS6,8, Blackberry and Android platforms.

Getting Started:

Connecting your device is simple. Click here to find the step-by-step pairing process for your particular phone.

 

1. MyLink functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and Smartphone and USB for some devices. MyLink on Spark and Sonic does not include functionality such as enhanced voice recognition, Gracenotes and CD player.

6. Apple iPhone®/iPod® devices support Bluetooth Audio streaming with limited functionality. Please connect through USB to use all features of the MyLink system.

8. Apple, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.

All screens and images were taken from the 2012 Chevrolet Equinox preproduction model. Actual screens and screens and images for 2012 Chevrolet Volt will vary.

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Speak. Freely.

Available on 2012 Volt, 2012 Equinox and 2013 Malibu Eco, enhanced voice control can be a powerful thing. And thanks to Nuance® software, now it's even more powerful. From the songs on your iPod®/iPhone®8, MP3 player, or USB drive3 to your favorite radio stations, almost everything on the Chevrolet MyLink1 can be controlled with a simple phrase. This way you can enjoy all of your entertainment and still keep your hands firmly on the wheel.

 

Getting Started:

Once you connect your music storage device (iPod®/iPhone®, MP3 player, or USB drive3), you can access its songs by simply pressing the (A) PUSH TO TALK button on your steering wheel. Once you hear the beep, you're free to say whatever command you want—"Play artist", "Play song", "Tune to" station, "Call" a friend and more.

For a complete list of commands, click here.

 

 

Phone

Once you pair your Bluetooth-enabled phone4, your entire phone book can be accessed by voice. Chevrolet MyLink features high-accuracy, enhanced voice control software that allows you to control everything with the sound of your voice. Just press the PUSH TO TALK button on your steering wheel, wait for the beep and clearly say a command, like, "Call, Amanda." The system will find the number and dial it for you.

For a complete list of commands, click here.

 

1. MyLink functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and Smartphone and USB for some devices. MyLink on Spark and Sonic does not include functionality such as enhanced voice recognition, Gracenotes and CD player.

3. Not all devices are compatible with the MyLink system.

4. Go to gm.com/bluetooth to find out which phones are compatible with the vehicle.

6. Apple iPhone®/iPod® devices support Bluetooth Audio streaming with limited functionality. Please connect through USB to use all features of the MyLink system.

All screens and images were taken from the 2012 Chevrolet Equinox preproduction model. Actual screens and screens and images for 2012 Chevrolet Volt will vary.

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Your music. Your Way.

The iPod®/iPhone®8 revolutionized the way we listen to music. MyLink wants to revolutionize the way we access that music in our vehicles. That's why iPod®/iPhone® and USB drive integration is a big part of the Chevrolet MyLink1 system.

 

Getting Started:

To access your music, you must first connect your music storage device (iPod®/iPhone®, smartphone, MP3 player or USB Drive3) to the Chevrolet MyLink system through your (A) USB port located in the center console. Once the storage device has been connected, Gracenote will index all of the music on your device. You can also connect and play music off any iPad®8, Android tablet, phone or any other device that can store music and act as a USB drive.

iPod® / iPhone® / USB Menu

MyLink incorporates many of the familiar functions of your iPod®. Search by (A) playlists, (B) albums, (C) artists and (D) songs and more. You can even (E) shuffle songs and let Chevrolet MyLink create a unique playlist just for you.


Enhanced Voice Control

Keeping your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road while your driving is our number one priority. Chevrolet MyLink lets you do just that by utilizing its enhanced voice control technology to listen to whatever you want from your connected device. Simply press (A) PUSH TO TALK button on your steering wheel and say, "Play Artist ________", "Shuffle on" or "Play genre jazz" and MyLink will find exactly what you're looking for, so you can keep your focus on more important things—like driving.

For a complete list of commands, click here.

Gracenote® Technology

Embedded in the Chevrolet MyLink system, Gracenote® helps identify the music on your device or drive. Upon connecting your device, MyLink immediately indexes your songs, fills in missing song information and associates album art with your tracks if possible. Gracenote® also assigns voice tags, including common nicknames of some of the more famous artists, so you can quickly and easily search for your music using simple voice commands.


1. MyLink functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and Smartphone and USB for some devices. MyLink on Spark and Sonic does not include functionality such as enhanced voice recognition, Gracenotes and CD player.

3. Not all devices are compatible with the MyLink system.

8. Apple, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.

All screens and images were taken from the 2012 Chevrolet Equinox preproduction model. Actual screens and screens and images for 2012 Chevrolet Volt will vary.

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You're in control.

With Chevrolet MyLink1, you can customize your homepage, much like you can do on many smartphones. This gives you quick access to the things you use the most.


Getting Started:

Your homepage comes with eight default icons. Each icon corresponds to a different feature, like Pandora, USB3, Phone, iPod®6,8 Settings and more. You can customize this page to help you access things quicker. Simply press the (A) MENU button on the bottom of the homepage screen. Find (B) SORT in the list. Your Chevrolet MyLink system is now in customization mode. Tap the first icon you would like to move. After the system highlights that icon, select the position where you would like to move that icon to.

Restore Settings

Sometimes when we customize things, we realize maybe it wasn't the best layout. Touch the (A) MENU button on the homepage screen again and find the (B) RESTORE DEFAULT SETTINGS in the list. Select it, follow the prompts and your system will reorganize to the default icon listings.

Favorites

Chevrolet MyLink gives you the option to save up to 36 favorite stations. At the bottom of your source screens are 6 favorite presets. To save a station as a favorite, simply tune to that station, and press and hold the corresponding button 1-6 until a beep is heard. It's now saved. The name of the channel or call numbers will now be displayed in the tab. You can store up to 6 pages of favorite presets. To access another favorite page, press the FAV button. You can also scroll through your favorites by pressing the SRC and toggling PREVIOUS and NEXT on your steering wheel.

1. MyLink functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and Smartphone and USB for some devices. MyLink on Spark and Sonic does not include functionality such as enhanced voice recognition, Gracenotes and CD player.

3. Not all devices are compatible with the MyLink system.

6. Apple iPhone®/iPod® devices support Bluetooth Audio streaming with limited functionality. Please connect through USB to use all features of the MyLink system.

8. Apple, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.

 

All screens and images were taken from the 2012 Chevrolet Equinox preproduction model. Actual screens and screens and images for 2012 Chevrolet Volt will vary.

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Destination Freight Charges

To allow you to do an accurate price comparison with prices featured on other Internet sites, GM provides Internet pricing both with and without the Destination Freight Charge (see prices including Destination Freight Charge below). To get full pricing details, go to our Build Your Own section.

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It's like nothing you've ever heard before.

Variety is what keeps things interesting. And when you hit the open road, the last thing you want to hear is the same old thing over and over again. SiriusXM Satellite Radio2, standard for the first 90 days, gives you the biggest names in radio on over 140 channels of commercial-free music, talk, sports, news, weather and more. So no matter how far your commute is, you'll never get bored.

 

Getting Started:

If you have an active SiriusXM Radio subscription, the Chevrolet MyLink1 lets you access SiriusXM's 140+ channels in a variety of ways. To get started, just touch the SiriusXM icon on the screen. Then use the (A) MENU/SEL knob to search for the station you want. You can also press the (B) PUSH TO TALK button on the steering wheel and say, "Tune XM Lithium." Or say, "Tune XM channel 54." The system will recognize the channel and quickly tune into its programming for you.

The SiriusXM radio "Now Playing" screen shows you the information for what you're listening to, such as (C) artist or show name, as well as the (D) channel name, station's logo, the (E) number of the channel and the (F) station category. To change the channel, just say a new channel name or number, use the MENU/SEL or the CHANNEL LIST on the SiriusXM Audio Menu.


Enhanced Voice Control

SiriusXM can utilize Chevrolet MyLink's enhanced voice control software to easily access SiriusXM's 140+ channels. Just press the PUSH TO TALK button on your steering wheel and say, "Play XM" and then the channel's name or number and the system will quickly satisfy your request.

For a complete list of commands, click here.

Make Favorite

Chevrolet MyLink Touch Radio lets you save SiriusXM channels as one of your favorites. When you're on a channel, simply press and hold one of the FAV keys down on the touch screen. The channel name will appear. It's now saved into the system.

1. MyLink functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and Smartphone and USB for some devices. MyLink on Spark and Sonic does not include functionality such as enhanced voice recognition, Gracenotes and CD player.

2. Requires a subscription sold separately by SiriusXM after trial period. Available only in the 48 contiguous United States and Washington, D.C. Visit Siriusxm.com for details.

All screens and images were taken from the 2012 Chevrolet Equinox preproduction model. Actual screens and screens and images for 2012 Chevrolet Volt will vary.