The Viper 4706V remote start system incorporates a two-way remote with a display, and a one-way remote with five buttons. These remotes are rechargeable and extremely slim with Viper claiming they’re the slimmest display remotes on the market.
The system can be paired up with two cars and includes standard features such as remote door locks and a trunk release. It also allows you to check information such as the temperature inside the car, as well as set a timer so you can decide how long you want to leave the car running.
As a budget-friendly option from a reputable company, it's no surprise that the Avital 4103 is a popular choice. This remote start system covers all the basics, with two compact four-button remotes and plenty of features.
Although it's usually best to get these systems professionally installed, this remote start system is favored by professionals, who say it’s simple to install and works very well. Features include keyless entry, trunk release, timer mode, and a panic mode. Although basic, this affordable remote start system comes from a good company offers excellent value.
The Python 4106P is an excellent remote start system from one of the leading manufacturers of car alarm systems. This remote starter comes with two one-way remotes, each with five buttons and slim in design. This system has multiple features beyond the basic remote start functionality, including multiple functions for remote start itself such as timer start.
Other features include keyless entry, trunk release, car finder, and the option for progressive driver's side unlocking. The Python 4106P remote starter system is compatible with manual transmissions, comes with three auxiliary outputs, the functional range is decent, and it’s reasonably priced.
The Bulldog RS1100B remote start system comes with a single four-button remote, with dedicated start and stop buttons and multiple features. Essential features include programmable runtime, keyless entry, trunk release, and a "pit stop" feature which allows you to leave the car running while you exit it briefly without the risk of theft.
This affordable system comes with installation instruction video with the goal of helping you to save money by doing it yourself. However, installation can still be a bit difficult if you're not familiar with these system types. Although the starters range is fairly short at around 400 feet, this is a solid choice for a basic remote start system.
This entry-level remote start system from Viper sacrifices range and fancy remotes in order to be budget-friendly. The Viper 4105V remote start system comes with two four-button remotes that are simple to use, and basic features such as keyless entry and SmartStart compatibility. A trunk release feature is missing, but if you simply want a very basic remote starter, this is a good choice to avoid having to pay extra for all the bells and whistles.