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Old 27 Nov 2011, 09:47 am
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Default Is it Ok to keep ECON always ON in Honda Insight?

1) is it ok to keep econ mood on always.i mean never turning off in my honda insight hybrid?















2) Is it ok to keep tracktion control always on or when its needed?















Thanks a lot for the answers.
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Old 27 Nov 2011, 10:02 am
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yes its ok to keep them both on.















some people dont like traction controll and will turn it off, some people like it and keep it on, its a matter of how you like your car to react to a slide. the econ mode is great for many situations, but on steep hills the cut in HP can actually cause your vehicle to burn more gas with econ mode on.















my preferences: traction controll always on. Econ mode on in city driving and flat highway driving.
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