There are a number of situations in which I'm puzzled and/or frustrated by when the vehicle turn off despite having a key fob and person in the vehicle. Allow me to give a few use cases: My wife & I are both in our MX, both with our keys, and I'm driving. I get out of car for a few minutes, leaving my wife in the passenger seat with her key fob. The MX shuts off, turning off the displays, radio, A/C, etc.. Our MX is locked when I walk up to the passenger door. The MX unlocks and I get inside with my key fob, sitting in the passenger seat. The MX shuts off, turning off the displays, radio, A/C, etc. Why does this happen? In both of these scenarios, a key fob and passenger is in the car. The common theme seems to be that no one is physically in the driver seat. If the MX couldn't sense another passenger in the car, this might make sense, but the MX *does* know when someone is in any of the other seats, including the back seats. I know this because the dash alerts me when a passenger isn't wearing a seat belt. Shouldn't the vehicle stay on if a passenger is in the car? Is there some setting that I haven't yet found, or accidentally set?