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I noticed this right away with my late 2010 vs our old 2001 which always caught on the first crank even in cold temps. Both our 2010's do this both have almost 50K on them. My suspicion is that this is fuel vs emissions related in how the cars systems manage the cold start. The result gives you the impression of a weak not so snappy starting effort. Though so far I have not had a single case where the car fails to start or turn over etc.

Pretty sure this is related to the fuel management and emissions system impacting how it starts.
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