LeftieBiker wrote:Eco mode just re-maps the throttle response so that you have to move the pedal farther to get the same amount of power. Flooring it still produces 100% power. Whatever is going on it isn't the result of some inadequacy of Eco mode. With the 2013+ Leaf, flooring it and holding it there produces slightly less acceleration than flooring it, backing off slightly, then flooring it again. That applies in Drive mode as well.
I can’t say for sure if related to eco mode, mine tended to be in eco mode all the time. I do recall one no-acceleration event where I bumped the shifter from B mode to D mode and it corrected the situation immediately. Got the impression it was more B vs. D, than eco on/off, or changing mode might be enough to wake up the computer.
2014 SV - Brilliant Silver - returned 1/2017 at end of lease.
2019 SL - White - w/Tech Package