Re: Cold Start Engine
Ok - I think I get what he's saying. He's asking if it is really worthwhile to let a car start and idle for 15 minutes to "warm up" a vehicle before taking off.
Personally? I've never really applied to that mode of thought. I usually throw it in drive immediately, but I'm also a bit rougher on my vehicles. You CAN wait 1-5 minutes to allow the engine to warm, as it's recommended, but 15 minutes is a bit long.
Hopefully this answers your question, if that was your question..
2015 Cherokee Trailhawk - Eco Green
V6, C/C, Cold Weather, Nav, Leather.