πŸ“Ά Easy link: connected offer

January 4th, 2024

Easy link has a number of services called “connected” which are offered for the first 3 years of the vehicle. At the end they are deactivated but it is possible to buy new packs.

So if you don’t have the fuel prices displayed anymore and the traffic information doesn’t work in your car, then most probably your services have expired.

It is possible to see the active contracts in My Renault in the Contracts tab

To buy them, for example to reactivate the traffic information on Easy Link, you will have to go through your My Renault account in the Renault Connect Store tab.

Smart Navigation

The smart navigation will bring several very interesting functions to the integrated GPS.

First of all the traffic information coming from TomTom, quite equivalent to that of Waze and Google Maps.

The location of fixed speed cameras.

The address search with Google. This search allows you to search for addresses or places with a simple keyword. Very efficient!

Fuel prices

The weather.
Finally, the update of the embedded maps automatically without using a computer.

Rate:

1 year: €79
3 years: 159€.
Personally, I find it a very useful pack. ⭐⭐⭐

MY REMOTE SERVICES

This activates all services via the My Renault application for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle.

This service allows you to locate your vehicle remotely, to know its range. For electric vehicles, you can also manage your charge schedule, launch the air conditioning/heating remotely.

Rate:

1 year: 14 €.
3 years: 39 €.

Quite a useful pack, especially for monitoring the charge of your electric vehicle from a distance.

Remote Dashboard

This activates all services via the My Renault application for simple hybrid and thermic vehicles.

This service allows you to locate your vehicle remotely, to know its range.

Rate (someone can confirm it?):

1 year: 14 €.
3 years: 39 €.

One Response to “πŸ“Ά Easy link: connected offer

  • Vangelis
    1 month ago

    Do you know if there is a possibility to display LPG prices on map, instead of gasoline?

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