Please give your reasoning, as I am in the opposite camp am interested in your opinion
A friend of a friend had a Mercedes with keyless and when it broke down he called the AA to repair it but unfortunately, due to a fault in the keyless system, only a Mercedes dealer could fix the problem.
So he had to have the car towed away to the nearest Mercedes dealer (in this instance it was miles away) and had a bucket load of inconvenience into the bargain.
If that's not enough, my mate's Dad has got a Micra with keyless and that has manifested the same problem.
Look at the comments previously on this thread:
"What if the battery fails--will the car recognise you?"
Answer: "Hold the fob right next to the sensor and I guess it can then induce enough current"
Guess is my problem word here..........
In fairness my comments are what I've heard from friends so maybe I'm not really qualified to comment or maybe I'm just a remote key dinosaur!