OnStar Gets Good Housekeeping Approval

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Still in its first month of sales, OnStar’s FMV retail mirror has won the Good Housekeeping Seal, which signifies its meets all its product claims and that it has been evaluated by the Good Housekeeping Research Institute.

Good Housekeeping seal“We were able to use OnStar’s 15 years of service and customer feedback in the development of OnStar FMV,” said Greg Ross VP business planning and extensions.

OnStar also won a Good Housekeeping Seal in 2005–the first ever Best Service Award from the Good Housekeeping Research Institute.

The New York Times also gave the $299 FMV retail aftermarket mirror (that brings OnStar service to most cars) a favorable review. The actual service and product got high marks, with David Pogue noting only that the price, including the $199 annual subscription fee, was a bit rough on the wallet.

Source: OnStar, The New York Times

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