Hi. I'm new to the forum, as I bought my CT200h a month ago. Should I switch between Normal and Sport depending on driving conditions (speed, going up incline, etc.) or use the modes when I am consistently going under or over 40 mph?
Just curious if constantly changing the mode's is bad for the system as oppose to leaving it in one mode. Some electronics shortens its life with constantly turning on and off due to electrical surges. I would think that there is some taxing of the system as on the fly command is being switched.
6 hours and I'll have had my CT200h for a week now....love it so far.
Can someone explain the drive mode differences? Sport and EV are pretty clear but what's the difference between "Normal" and "Eco"?
Lexus is set to offer an adjustable drive mode system on their upcoming CT200h hybrid hatchback, similar to systems from automakers like Nissan and Subaru.
While other performance hybrids, like the Honda CR-Z, are content with Normal, Sport and Eco modes, the CT200h has all of the above, plus...