I have the Hybrid so when remote starting it starts the electric motor instead of the engine.DO explain. we all are curious
True but I was wondering if there was a way to warm the engine up with the remote start apart from having to drive itIf you have a hybrid it will turn on the engine when it needs to turn on the engine.
I don’t know of any car manufacturer that recommends letting a modern car engine warm up by idling. It’s better to start the car and drive.I have the Hybrid so when remote starting it starts the electric motor instead of the engine.
True but I was wondering if there was a way to warm the engine up with the remote start apart from having to drive it
I have noticed a general theme for all forums on any topic/product, including this one about Honda CRV, ones about iPhones or whatever tech product, etc: anyone obsessive enough to join a forum about a product (sometimes that means us!) will often be completely incapable of leaving things alone and just using the product. Hybrid drivers try to micromanage the engine or CC with trickery. iPhone users STILL incorrectly believe they need to “close apps”.Having had hybrids for maybe 10 years, I just let the electronic smarts do their thing controlling when and which engines to run.