That's what I thought, but just wanted to make sure, since I have never owned a new car before. I normaly just let it warm up for about 15 seconds then drive real easy until fully warmed for a few minutes, then I get on it. Thanks webbywebby said:Unless it's below freezing, cars don't need to be warmed up at all. Driving them gently is the best warm up there is. If it's 25 degrees out, you might want to let it warm up for 30 seconds. If it's 10 degrees out, warm it up for a minute.
That was from another site ^^^ I've looked all over in past years for a definate answer. Some say it's really bad for your car to sit for longer than a min on idle, but I can't prove it.