dmacarthur wrote: ↑
Wed Nov 24, 2021 4:02 am
Hey Brent good choice of car! e-pedal does take over when engaged, it overrides the D and B settings by maximizing regenerative braking. I use it in traffic but not on the highway. At least in the 2 Leafs I have owned it does NOT stay on when the car is turned off, you need to engage it each time. ECO, OTOH, stays on unless you turn it off (it is always ON in our Leaf). ECO allows you to toggle between D and B and neutral (to shift into neutral, hold the shift knob toward you for a second or 2, the car will shift into N, this is handy when going thru car washes or when you want to coast down a long hill to save energy and gain momentum). You will very quickly get the hang of all of this- some drivers just get in and drive and others love to be always fiddling with the regen and momentum, it probably does not make a huge amount of difference to the over all efficiency but it gives me something to do!
For a persistent E Pedal experience, adjust in settings.
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on Thu Nov 25, 2021 12:22 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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