We are your Northern California distributor of the new Kahu program.

Kahu GPS inventory tracking solution Why pay for a GPS inventory tracking solution? Kahu is a new service sold exclusively through car dealers to offer customers a simple way to link their vehicle to their smartphone and interact with their car after purchasing. Kahu gives buyers a service that adds smart features to any car. According to a recent national survey by Wakefield Research, commissioned by Spireon, nearly 70% of consumers stated that they would prefer to purchase Connected Car features for their car directly at the dealership as opposed to purchasing after. While most Connected Car services offered today rely on the user connecting a device into a carís onboard diagnostics port (OBD-II) and occasionally taking it out to connect to a computer, the Kahu device is professionally installed by the car dealer, streamlining the setup process so that consumers simply download the app and connect their smartphone to their car without the hassle of complicated setup.

Kahu For Car Dealers With Kahu, car dealers partner with Spireon for a one-time install of the GPS tracking device to use for their collateral and inventory management, and once the car is purchased the dealers can add-on the Kahu mobile app service for the car buyer, connecting them to the already-installed GPS tracking device. The GPS tracking solution cost for dealers is more than covered once the Kahu service add-on is sold.In addition to an entirely new revenue stream in selling Kahu as an add-on service, Kahu allows car dealers to deliver a more modern car buying and owning experience for their customers.

Kahu For ConsumersUnlike alternatives, car owners do not need to be technology experts to install and enjoy the benefits of a Connected Car experience. After a few simple setup steps, Kahuís intuitive mobile app design enables anyone to easily enjoy a connected car experience.

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