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Q: How do I turn on the Active ECO system?

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How do I turn on the Active ECO system?

A: The Active ECO system helps improve fuel ec...

The Active ECO system helps improve fuel economy for your vehicle. When set to this mode, the engine and transaxle are controlled in a way that maximizes fuel efficiency. To turn on the Active ECO system, press the Active ECO button, which is to the left of the steering wheel. An indicator will illuminate to confirm that the system is turned on. You can turn off Active ECO by pressing the button a second time.

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