2019 Subaru Outback 3.6R Touring
I do. It came with my 2019 3.6R Touring and I don't see the point of it because of the "open the door and the car turns off". I mean, I get why they do it: What if someone drove off in your car??? It seems like you'd be smart enough to not remote start your car in a neighborhood such as that.Does anyone else feel this way? I assumed this option would be the cheapest, easiest, best route to go, and I could install myself (with the final step being visit the dealer). My F150 has a dealer installed system that uses a different remote and it is kind of annoying to have both on your key ring. Twenty years ago, I tried to install an aftermarket remote start on my daughters car, it was a disaster and I felt like I was destroying the integrity of the car. I ended up taking it to a local dealer for the product to help me out. I don’t think it ever really worked as expected. Maybe I will contact some aftermarket RS companies to see what they could do for me.
The additional key fob is bulky. Someone else mentioned that you could use the normal key fob to start the car but I've never gotten that to work (not sure if it's misconfigured or I'm just not doing it right or I just don't have that option (I think it's the latter)).
To me, even if your car is outside and it's -10°F, it makes more sense just to go outside and start your car, finish up your inside business such as getting your coffee, and then head back outside and drive off over the engine stop issue when you open the door. It just seems dumb to me.
My remote start fobs just remain on the key holder on my wall.