This week, GM announced that it will include RemoteLink Key Fob Services as a standard feature for all 2014 Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles.
The RemoteLink Key Fob is a smartphone app that allows drivers to activate certain vehicle functions, including the engine, horn, lights and doors, from a remote location. Drivers who use the service will also be able to check vital stats, such as fuel range, oil life and tire pressure, without physically being in the vehicle.
The service, which will come standard on thirty-six GM vehicles, will be free for all drivers for 5 years and will be downloadable immediately following the purchase of a 2014 GM car.
“Our vehicles are getting more connected, and so are we. As mobile devices become a bigger part of our lives, GM understands the importance of providing our customers the ability to use these devices as part of their vehicle experience,” said Mary Chan, a Toyota spokesperson.
Brashaw Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac is excited to announce this great new service from GM. To learn more about the RemoteLink Key Fob, or to test drive a brand new 2014 car in Greer, SC contact Bradshaw or visit our website at www.BradshawGreer.com. Also, don’t forget to follow our dealership on Twitter and Google+!