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Q: How do I use ECOn mode?

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How do I use ECOn mode?

A: ECOn mode adjusts the engine and transmissi...

ECOn mode adjusts the engine and transmission performance, as well as the air conditioning and the cruise control, to help your vehicle achieve maximum fuel economy. To turn on ECOn mode, press the ECOn button, which is located on the instrument panel.

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