That’s so annoying.. I find myself forgetting to change it and half way to work I realise I’m driving in a different mode.. my 2016 Jag used to stay in the last mode I was driving in.Not that I know of.
Default on start up is normal or comfort mode whatever you want to call it.
It changed across the JLR range a couple of years ago.That’s so annoying.. I find myself forgetting to change it and half way to work I realise I’m driving in a different mode.. my 2016 Jag used to stay in the last mode I was driving in.
wish it would turn off that stupid child!Separate button in the vehicle screen to switch stop start on and off.
It's so unintrusive I leave it on which is a new thing as I always used to switch it straight off on the Jaaaaag.
Eco setting does all sorts of things to stop killing any more polar bears.
That’s a different thing. You can change what appears first on your screen through a setting but I don’t believe you can change the Driving Mode to stay on a different modeHad updates done when car in a fortnight ago for service. It used to default to vehicle comfort mode on start up now it defaults to climate control. Not too bothered as there are other aspects of the update that I like ut might get them to change default when things quiet down.
I'm not sure what you mean by "auto"?That is strange, my Evoque will retain its last setting. Usually I drive in "Auto" setting ("dynamic" when climbing up twisty roads) and that is my default setting.
Right, I don't have Normal.I'm not sure what you mean by "auto"?
It could be a difference in specs as you aren't in the uk.
But on the drive modes (ECO, Normal and Dynamic) in the uk versions it defaults to "Normal" on restart (small car logo on the screen) after switching off.
Yes, the one I'm talking about is called "Comfort" as in the little car.Right, I don't have Normal.
I have the following modes (they actually call that "Driving Programs" now):
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from left to right: dynamic, ECO, comfort, grass/gravel/snow, muddy ruts, sand and AUTO.
On AUTO, the vehicle will automatically select the appropriate driving program for the current terrain.
PS: on an unrelated note, I just learnt now I can use the left button (aka "rotary control") to select the desired program, I always thought it was cumbersome to select the mode via the touchscreen while driving... that's the neat thing with LR, you never stop learning as there are so many options... ?