I have 2015 car and I just stay with the normal modeHi. 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?
+1I drive mine in Sport 100% of the time and I still average 43 mpg.
I really like the tighter steering response. Hybrids actually do their best when you get up to speed quickly and then let it level off. Sport lets me do that without having to floor the accelerator.
pro-tip for you:Ditto what those guys said. However you should note that in Normal and Eco you can keep track of when the engine will turn on during acceleration (halfway point on left dial), whereas Sport has just a tachometer. It can be helpful for feathering the throttle to keep the engine off a little longer during take offs. Though as a car enthusiast I also like knowing the RPM of my engine (though it's a little sad seeing it toiling away at 4K on inclines lol).