Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Atlanta, GA
'15 Hyundai Genesis 3.8 RWD S/T, '05 Nissan Armada SE, '05 Honda Accord EX-L, '04 Honda CBR 600RR
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There appears to be two different implementations of ECO. By the accounts of others, there is an ECO light that tells you when you are driving economically. My car (Feb 2011), has "Active ECO" which has a button on the dash. When pressed (and the ECO light is displayed on the dash), throttle response is softened, quicker upshifts and the overall performance of the car is reduced at light throttle (<25%). With it off, you will notice a much better performing car.
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