2015 3.6R Limited w/ES
Ok, but not sure why this comment was directed to my post. Is it even relevant to the discussion?Ford has had it forever and it's much easier to use.
Anyway, I'm perfectly happy with Subaru's implementation. It's obviously not intended for routine use, more for the 'oops I forgot my fob' situation (and of course some use it recreationally). Sure, it's a little slower than a keypad, but there's nothing difficult about using it. In fact, the proximity key system is so convenient, I wouldn't want a keypad on my door. There's no need for one.