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Dive into your N Mode Custom settings

When you get to the Transmission settings, you will see "creep mode" which is always on by default. Is this only on the DCT models?

I am assuming this is some sort of wannabe stall converter or maybe a hill-start assist? I can't tell a difference when I turn it on or off. Maybe it is just telling me I am a creep by default...馃槢

Any ideas?
 

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Dive into your N Mode Custom settings

When you get to the Transmission settings, you will see "creep mode" which is always on by default. Is this only on the DCT models?

I am assuming this is some sort of wannabe stall converter or maybe a hill-start assist? I can't tell a difference when I turn it on or off. Maybe it is just telling me I am a creep by default...馃槢

Any ideas?
Definitely not in the manual cars at least not in my 2019
 

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I have also seen that setting in my '21 DCT and wondered what it is and haven't seen anything in the manual. I haven't tried turning it off to test this, but my current guess is it might effect how much the car "Creeps" forward as you slowly lift the brake from a stop? So maybe if you turn it off that creeping is less noticeable and it requires you to hit the gas more to start moving?

Again this is purely a guess I have not tested yet, but if someone figures out what it is please do share!
 

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That's exactly what it does. For the DCT, the car creeps forward when you let off the brake from a stop like any other automatic. The car behaves like a manual when you turn off creep mode in regards to lifting off the brake at a stop. I had actually wanted to set it to off completely but it always resets back on when I turn off the engine and turn it back on.
 
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