With the push start.
Parked in a niosy parking lot, got out, closed door, walked about 20 feet, turned back to look and lock the doors...no chirp. Got closer, pushed harder, said bad words, pushed harder again. Got closer...uh well, the car was still running.
Guess I grazed the start/stop and didn't notice it was still running due to heavy construction noise...yes, I should have noticed RPMs but the "chime" didn't chime (nanny me) and it's not designed to in that circumstance. Had my hands full so attention was on not dropping stuff, inattention on my part, I know.
Anyway, don't think this is a good design. I may have been locking the doors but had I not listened for the chirp or looked for the lights, the car may have sat idling the whole time I was away. Not good.
The car should quit if I take the key out and walk away, period. What could have been had I not locked it at all? Geez. Guess technology should protect us from ourselves because I'm sure we all have these types of moments, hence, CitySafe to name one.
Anyone else experience this? No keyless drive or PCC on the car.