American Motors Corporation (AMC, Jeep, Eagle) - At the very end of AMC's life, circa 1985 - 1987, some of their radios with digital tuning had AM Stereo capability.
Audi - Some of Audi's car radios in the mid to late 1980s were
equipped with AM Stereo, especially in Canada. One known AM Stereo model is
the X 034 300 D, only available in Canada, with fully digital controls and
auto-reverse cassette player.
BMW - The 1992 BMW radio shown below supports C-Quam AM Stereo
as well as NOAA Weather band. Other years and models of BMW car radios may have AM Stereo as well.
Chrysler Corporation (Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, Jeep, Eagle) - One
of the leading makers of AM Stereo car radios, from 1985 to today. All
full-size Chrysler radios with digital tuning from the 1985 to early 1992
model years were equipped with AM Stereo capability; some even had a manual
"AM ST" on/off switch. Unfortunately, late 1992 and 1993 models were not
equipped with AM Stereo. Thankfully, AM Stereo reappeared in the
premium-level stereo systems of 1994 models. From 1994 to about 1999, all
Chrysler radios with 5-band graphic equalizer and speaker "joystick" control
have AMAX-compliant AM Stereo with excellent quality, including Infinity and
Infinity Gold premium stereo systems. More recently, the popular "RAZ"
CD/cassette combination model has AM Stereo.
This continues to be the case through the 2002 models.
The following Chrysler Corporation radios are known to have AM Stereo capability (Chrysler radios are referred to by either model numbers or model letter codes):