|Quoting Flight152 (Reply 1):|
The system uses residual heat from the engine compartment, and blows it into the cabin compartment.
|Quoting Bill142 (Reply 6):|
I don't know about really cold climates, but in most conditions the whole letting the car warm up thing is BS.
|Quoting Avt007 (Reply 7):|
Gimmicks like that strike me as a fine idea until it fails, and now you've got an expensive, complex system to repair instead of a plain one.
|Quoting PlaneWasted (Reply 10):|
I use anti-ecodriving when starting the car cold. That means, I use the first and second gear all the time until the car is warm and nice. To low gear = lots of friction heat into the engine cooling water. Takes maximum 2 minutes until I have lots of nice heat from my 65 hp engine.
|Quoting BR715-A1-30 (Reply 12):|
I could SMOKE you on the drag strip.. LOL I only got 130hp too...