From what i have read and feltI think I know what the settings more or less mean for AWD, but how is it that sport has more rear wheel bias and comfort less? At least I think that's what occurs. I mean, is it the idea that one might experience more slippage in sport than in comfort? Actually, I'm not sure what the settings are for each of the settings, so I am speculating. I hope this isn't hijacking the thread.
Kind of.. I'm not sure why 50/50 is comfort and eco is 80/20 though. I get the drift issue and snow issue... no debate there. I just haven't read that rear wheel is more eco than front wheel.. I may even recall that RWD is MORE economical. I could see Comfort since that should likely give one the best all around traction.From what i have read and felt
sport - 20% power to front and 80
Comfort - 50% front and 50% rear
Eco - 80% Front and 20% rear
a car feels more sporty, and fun to drive if it is rear wheel biased- many sports cars are RWD.
So the AWD having the perks of AWD, still feels like a RWD biased car which makes the car really fun to drive and sporty.
unofficially sport +traction off + stability control off is also called as the “Drift mode” - atleast that is what they said in A Kia stinger review!
i drive in a lot of snow. In sport mode, the rear steps out on acceleration. In comfort, the car feels like a 4x4 accelerating.
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I sometimes set the custom mode to match one of the other drive modes, as I like the associated purple tech background that comes up in the gauge cluster. Wish comfort mode had a little snazzier background.
Yep- I remember when the mustang redesign happened like 15-20 years ago, one of the new features was you could change the backlight color of your gauge clusters. Simple lighting but we were drooling over it at the time.Would be nice to be able to change the colors associated with each, huh? I like the purple too, but not enough for me to go as far as messing with the settings