It is reported that the owners of these machines are faced with the fact that using the application they will not be able to start the engine, learn about the remaining fuel in the tank, and also update the programs that control the operation of the engine, ABS and brake system.

A representative of one of the largest Russian dealers, on condition of anonymity, said problems with application and software support arose after foreign companies left the automotive market.

Despite this, some automakers’ apps continue to work without restrictions. True, there are still difficulties, but this applies to cars imported through parallel imports.

For example, the Volvo On Call app for Volvo cars is fully operational, according to a source close to the company.

Source: Ferra

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