Remote Start is Flawless and Easy to Use - 2015 Ford F-150 Long-Term Road Test
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2015 Ford F-150: Remote Start is Flawless and Easy to Use

by Travis Langness, Social Media Editor on November 30, 2015

2015 Ford F-150

I'm estimating here, but I've probably used the remote start on our long-term 2015 Ford F-150 at least 100 times. When it's cold outside, I like to warm up the truck before I get in. When the weather's hot, I like the A/C going before I get in. Many of these systems require holding a button for five or 10 seconds. Some of the systems even make you start the car twice, but the remote start in the Ford has never failed me, gone haywire or left me hanging.

The procedure is simple: To engage remote start, you press the lock button, double-tap the remote start and va-va-vroom. Couple the remote start with other items from the Equipment Group 501A (blind-spot monitor, power tailgate release, reverse parking sensors, side mirror LED lights, interior power outlets and a garage door opener) and for $1,500 it's definitely worth the bundled cost.  

Travis Langness, Social Media Editor

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