/ Latest grab by auto manufactures #231
That is how is Used to be,changeing for the worse.You will lose it all in the 2023 models;if you don't pay.What has turned off is the On Star, after a year, the heated seats, steering wheel, remote start, etc., stay operational.
Suggest if you cancel On Star you might leave you driver window cracked for a while and put your keys in you pocket when you get out. I cancelled, parked in a 10 acre field at the farm, got out and was walking away when the doors locked by remote, keys inside. I forgot. Thank you On Star for the ha
Like I said, there’s all sorts of stories. Comparing your GPS trail against a good hard copy map before you leave is good insurance.Before we had a GPS unit, I’d print directions from Map Quest. We wanted to go to Mammoth Cave in Kentucky. Following the directions, the 4 lane highway turned into a 2 lane highway, then turned into 2 lane county road, then turned into a gravel road, then turned (literally) into a driveway that went past a house with honey for sale on the porch, through their barn and ended in a river! On the other side of the river we could see the Mammoth Cave park.
In Post#7 you were asked specifically where you read this? Did I miss your response ? I to would like to know as I would like to see where this is posted or written before I get to ticked off with GM and eliminate them from all future truck purchase's, not being a smart alleck , I would just like to read it for myself. Thanks.That is how is Used to be,changeing for the worse.You will lose it all in the 2023 models;if you don't pay.
I have owned 30+ GM vehicles and maybe my last.
Thanks for the link, after reading it I saw nothing to make me think that base type or lesser model packages will not still be available for me to purchase in the future without a required monthly subscription for things that I don't want or need, so I won't cross GM off my list for future purchase's just yet.