Remote Start on the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe
One of the exciting things about new vehicles these days is that features that used to be rare luxuries are becoming more common. One of these is Remote Start. People are getting used to the idea of starting up their car before they get in, whether they just want it to be ready to go or they want to adjust the climate for optimal comfort. Hyundai’s not one to lag behind when it comes to technology, so you might be wondering: does the 2019 Santa Fe have Remote Start?
The good news is that the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe features Remote Start on every trim except the base level SE. That means Remote Start is available on the 2019 Santa Fe SEL, SEL Plus, Limited, Limited 2.0T, Ultimate, and Ultimate 2.0T.
Remote Start is used through the Hyundai Blue Link Remote Package, which boasts a bevy of additional remote features. Using the Remote Start feature on Hyundai Blue Link requires your vehicle to be equipped with a push button ignition and an automatic or Dual Clutch transmission. Luckily, both of these (push button start and automatic transmission) come standard on each of the 2019 Santa Fe trims mentioned above.
How Do I Use Hyundai Blue Link?
Blue Link can be accessed through the MyHyundai app, which you can download from Google Play™ or the Apple App Store®. To sign up, you need to create or log in to your MyHyundai account. If you’re creating, you’ll need your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). You can then use your account to sign into the MyHyundai with Blue Link app.
Every new compatible Hyundai vehicle comes with a three-year Blue Link free trial. For compatible Pre-Owned and Certified Pre-Owned vehicles, a three-month trial is available. You just need a compatible smart device, which includes many smartphones and even smart watches. You can also sync Blue Link up to your Google Home or Amazon Alexa.
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