Buick has announced that its IntelliLink in-car connectivity system will come standard on all 2013 Buick Models. Dan Young Buick in Tipton, IN is proud to be able to offer vehicles that allow drivers to seamlessly access all of their favorite entertainment with just the sound of their voice.
IntelliLink promises to deliver drivers with unrivaled connectivity to their Buick vehicle. By using only voice commands, drivers will be able to access music, fuel prices, movie show times, weather reports and navigation.
The IntelliLink system first debuted in the popular 2012 Buick Verano, and its focal point is either a 7- or 8-inch color touchscreen. The system allows drivers to stream music from their favorite Bluetooth enabled audio device while keeping their hands on the wheel and their eyes on the road.
The Pandora Internet Radio app allows drivers to stream their favorite online radio directly to their vehicle just by asking aloud for it. As smartphones that stream and hold music
grow ever more popular, we want to ensure Buick customers have connectivity thats both intuitive and safe to use, said IntelliLink lead engineer Tony Kraatz. These updates make it easier to access the songs they love.
Buick has established the Customer and Relationship Service (CARS) Infotainment Customer Support Team in order to provide drivers with one-on-one assistance for assisting them in utilizes their IntelliLink system.
Our next generation infotainment customer will demand a higher level of service, support and solutions due to their interactive technical experience, said Brian Sweeney, U.S. vice president of Buick Sales and Service.This is one more way that we are working to deliver an exceptional customer service experience.
For more information on Buicks IntelliLink system, or to see the IntelliLink system in action on the new line-up of 2013 Buick models, visit Dan Young Buick in Tipton, IN. Dan Young Buick is also located online at http://www.danyounggm.net/.