OnStar Services Expand To Mexico
If you are a drug dealer who travels a lot between U.S. and Mexico this is great news for you! From 2013 General Motors OnStar services will be available across the border and beyond.
The renowned system is widely used inside America and is one of GM’s cars strength points. OnStar is expanding to offer its integrated safety, security and navigation services in Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles sold in Mexico sometime in 2013, joining the United States, Canada and China as countries where the services will be available.
OnStar is planning to offer services in Mexico including Automatic Crash Response, 24/7 Emergency Services, Stolen Vehicle Assistance, Vehicle Diagnostics, RemoteLink Mobile Application, Turn-by-Turn Navigation, Remote Door Unlock. This being Mexico, they may as well add some other feature such as Kidnap alert, or remote gun!
“OnStar’s expansion into Mexico will make OnStar the preeminent provider of automobile safety and security services in Latin America,” said Mary Chan, president of Global Connected Consumer. “This is an important step as we will continue to grow GM’s connected vehicle solutions in other regions of the world in the coming months and years.”
“While OnStar uses very powerful and advanced technologies to deliver its services in the car and via the web and smart devices, it is simple and easy for the customer to use,” said Jeff Christensen, managing director of OnStar Mexico. “OnStar’s human contact is what makes it unique and differentiates it from other telematics services in the market.”
Additional information about availability of vehicles sold in Mexico with OnStar service and pricing will be announced in the coming months.
“This affirms our commitment to continued technological innovation, outstanding customer experiences and our focus on strengthening our competitiveness in the Mexican market,” said Ernesto M. Hernandez, president and managing director of General Motors de Mexico.
“We are confident these services will be quite popular with Mexican consumers.”
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