Android Auto Update for Chevy Buick GMC Vehicles
When you want to easily control vehicle functions (or just enjoy hands-free connectivity while driving), it’s nice to have easy-to-use and ready-made apps like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. General Motors already has one of the largest selections of vehicles that come equipped with these apps, and now there are even more new availability options! Keep reading to find out more about the new Android Auto Update for Chevy Buick GMC vehicles.
All of these upgrade options are free from your local Chevy, Buick, or GMC dealer. Contact our Craig Dunn Motor City service department at 888-611-6021 or schedule an appointment online to update your vehicle in the Winnipeg MB area.
Chevy Vehicles with an Available Android Auto Update
Most Chevy vehicles of the 2016 model year that came with the eight-inch MyLink system will be able to update to Android Auto. Vehicles with the seven-inch screen were already equipped with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. New 2016 model year vehicles arriving at Craig Dunn in the coming months will come with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay already installed.
Android Auto Availability on Buick
Current Canadian owners of a 2016 Buick Regal or 2016 Buick LaCrosse with an eight-inch IntelliLink system should qualify for the Android Auto update. Select 2015 models may also be eligible. If your vehicle can be updated, you will be contacted with that information, and can have the update done at a certified Buick dealer. New 2017 models like the 2017 LaCrosse will come equipped with compatibility to both systems.
GMC Android Auto Updates
The 2016 GMC Canyon, Sierra, and Yukon equipped with the eight-inch touchscreen may be updated in Canada to be compatible with Android Auto as well as Apple CarPlay. This update should take about 30 minutes at an official GMC dealer. The new 2017 GMC Acadia will come with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay pre-installed in models with IntelliLink.