Remote start is a godsend for those of us who are either lazy, short on time, or just plain efficient. Whether it’s a snowy day and you can’t quite will yourself to brave that ice-cold vehicle just yet, or if you’re running behind and want to make a quick getaway, remote starting your vehicle is an effective way to get your day off to the right (speedy) start.
How to remote start your 2020 Honda Pilot
Once the remote start is activated, your Pilot will go to work cooling or heating the cabin to an established 72 degrees. On cold mornings, the defrosters will be engaged and the heated seats and steering wheel (if equipped) will be turned on.
And presto! It’s that easy. If you fired up your Pilot but then changed your mind, all you’ve gotta do is press the remote start button, and bam! The engine is turned off and your cozy day at home awaits you.
Honda Pilot remote start tips and tricks
Seems pretty straightforward? Not so fast! Before you make your way to the garage to test out your Pilot’s sweet startup technology, check out these useful tips and tricks.
Which Honda models come with remote start?
Your trusty Honda Pilot isn’t the only hot ride with a remote start. The following Honda models come with this efficient feature:
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