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Inserting a key and then pushing a button make its more convenient?
im not looking for the same one as the s2000, this module that i bought works with the oem security. that means mr smart guy that I only have to unlock the door, step on the break and push the button, no keys. why would I want a push to start button that requires the use of a key in the first place?!? :naughty:
 

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I find the push button start more of a pain in butt actually. I don't like Honda's implementation of it and doing things like turning car off but leaving car radio on just doesn't work logically. While it does cut down on the scratches around your dash from inserting key over and over you are left with another little issue...where do you put your keys? My pocket isn't always possible so they are tossed in the cup holders(which scratches them instead), or on passenger seat etc.

I don't know, maybe I'm just contrary today. Also, I'm still bitter that I could not get the remote start installed on the HFP Coupe 6-6 due to the push button start at the time, so I got the sedan instead.
 

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I find the push button start more of a pain in butt actually. I don't like Honda's implementation of it and doing things like turning car off but leaving car radio on just doesn't work logically. While it does cut down on the scratches around your dash from inserting key over and over you are left with another little issue...where do you put your keys? My pocket isn't always possible so they are tossed in the cup holders(which scratches them instead), or on passenger seat etc.

I don't know, maybe I'm just contrary today. Also, I'm still bitter that I could not get the remote start installed on the HFP Coupe 6-6 due to the push button start at the time, so I got the sedan instead.
We all have different tastes obviously. I happen to be lazy, thats why I like the push to start button. Different people different choices. :dunno:
 

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Keys are so 100 years ago. What is a shame is that Toyota, Nissan, Mazda, GM have had this technology since at least 07 (earlier on Lexus) and Honda gets it's first keyless start in 2013? Where have they been.
 

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Maybe it's because I've always had vehicle that used a key - I don't really care about having a push start button. Honestly, I've never thought about it.. even after being in plenty of cars with it. I don't see the convenience of it - you still need the key with you so NBD to me.
 

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^^^Key stays in the pocket, never touched. I love it. Different strokes, no right or wrong answer.
 
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