Q: How do I use Sport mode?

asked by on January 15, 2016

How do I use Sport mode?

Sport mode allows you to control the gears of your automatic transmission. To enter Sport mode, put the shifter in D, and then push it to the right. Then, push the shifter forwards, towards the +, to upshift, or push the shifter backwards, towards the – to downshift. You can push the shifter to the left, and back to D, anytime you want.

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