General Motors has entered into a deal with Amazon that allows Amazon to deliver packages to Chevrolet vehicles. With the new Amazon Key technology, drivers of 2015-model year and newer Chevy, GMC, Buick, and Cadillac vehicles can give Amazon delivery people access to their trunks.
According to Chevy, In-Car Delivery is available to Amazon Prime customers at no extra cost, so if you have Prime and own a GM vehicle, you can take advantage of this convenient service easily and totally free. With In-Car Delivery you don’t have to wait until you get home to open important packages anymore.
Delivery is available with two-day, one-day, and even same-day shipping for especially urgent purchases, and packages can be delivered anywhere to cars parked in publicly accessible areas. And it’s easy to set up Amazon Key In-Car Delivery—all you have to do is download the Amazon Key App and agree to sync it with your OnStar Account.
After setup, all you have to do is shop online at Amazon and select “in-car” for the delivery option. You’ll get a notification on your phone when the package is out for delivery and after it’s delivered, and the delivery person will relock the vehicle so your package is secure.
If you need a newer Chevrolet to take part in this secure way to receive packages, come talk to the sales team at DeLillo Chevrolet for new and used car options.