Automakers are always working to outdo each other when it comes to technology and GMC is leading the pack. From in-vehicle connectivity to internet access, GMC vehicles are designed with drivers and passengers in mind. Here’s a quick rundown of GMC technology that surely takes the cake when it comes to hitting the road!
Android Auto is one of the most advanced smartphone connectivity systems on the market and GMC vehicles are loading up! So far, 2016 GMC Canyon, Sierra, and Yukon models equipped with an IntelliLink eight-inch touchscreen can receive the new software at no cost. Last year, GMC added Apple CarPlay to select models as well. The software’s availability will continue to expand with the arrival of the 2017 GMC Acadia.
Staying connected with your GMC truck is entirely possible, even if you aren’t near it. The myGMC app makes it easy to lock and unlock your vehicle, flash the lights, and remotely start the engine. The app also allows you to access your owner’s manual, change your connectivity settings, and keep track of your vehicle’s fuel, tire pressure, and more.
To top it all off, the myGMC app allows drivers to schedule service without making a phone call. Simply tap to schedule an appointment! If you’re in need of roadside assistance, the app has you covered there as well. Learn more at Vail Buick GMC of Danbury, CT.