Christine, a Wesleyville resident, just bought herself a brand-new 2019 Ford Escape. She took delivery of the vehicle on Monday and had the vehicle at ENORMIS by Wednesday for a remote start.
Her husband John had a remote start installed in his RAM. That happened back in 2016, and now it was her turn. So, Christine opted for the ENORMIS Factory Start v5. She did this because it allows her to start the vehicle from her Ford factory key fobs. Not only that, but she added the smartphone app. The app allows Christine to start the vehicle and lock and unlock the doors from anywhere she has a cellphone or Wi-Fi signal.
No Extra Remotes to Carry on 2019 Ford Escape
Christine is a nurse. So, range is important at work. Now she has the long range needed to start the vehicle at work. Also, Christine liked the fact that she would not have to carry another remote control. In addition, her husband can also download the app on his phone. As long as Christine gives him the login information, he will also be able to start the vehicle, and lock and unlock the doors from his cellphone too!
The smartphone app uses cel phone towers to transmit long distances. Because of that, a service plan was needed. So, at only $129.95 for a three-year service plan, it was a no-brainer.In addition, the remote start hardware needed installed. MECP-certified technician Chris Brown used vehicle-specific remote start modules and was able to perform a clean installation on the brand-new Ford Escape. Upon delivery of the vehicle, Doug Reichert helped Christine and John download the app. He further helped them register their phones, and then demonstrated all the features of the remote start.
If you would like a high-quality remote start system in your new vehicle, just contact ENORMIS. We are located in northwest Pa in the town of Harborcreek. We are just a little east of Erie, PA.
This post was provided by Doug Reichert. Call him! Doug has been in the automotive service business since 2001. In his free time, Doug likes working outside in his yard and enjoys exercising. Doug is active in his community by volunteering at his church and for several nonprofits.