Yes, same with my 2018 FFS. I think some of it depends on how you're driving, too; in normal commuting, most folks are probably not pushing the car hard enough to really feel a great difference between the modes in many situations. But if you push the car hard you'll definitely feel a difference. To @ColoradoGuy I would recommend this test, though, which is one I've recommended to others as well and was what first led me to appreciate the difference between the modes with regard to the suspension part: Find a long, straight stretch of not-smooth (but not terribly bumpy either) highway, and switch between the sport and drive modes while you're driving it. You should feel a noticeable difference. The Steering, same thing, when you get an opportunity to turn. There's definitely a more "connected" feel in sport mode.Hi CG. I definitely notice a difference in ride stiffness, shift points, steering assist, etc, in my MKZ.
I had another thought on this as well:Can you really tell a difference in Sport mode? I pick up on a subtle difference in transmission shift points, but only notice if I shift to S when driving. I wonder if Sport mode is more marketing hype than anything much really happening?
Sort mode makes the car much more responsive normal is OK but sport just moves the car to make it much quicker.Can you really tell a difference in Sport mode? I pick up on a subtle difference in transmission shift points, but only notice if I shift to S when driving. I wonder if Sport mode is more marketing hype than anything much really happening?
Is yours a 17 @65dustin ? If it's not you'll want to do the MKZ cluster as well to get that IPC-selectable CCD feature to work.I drive in S 90% of the time; to me it’s a different car completely. It feels so much more eager and you don’t feel the weight of the the car in the pedal.
I need to get FORScan for the IPC CCD select hack 😔
I'm a little jealous, I've been thinking about the level 3 tails myself. Already did the LED reverse lights but I do like the look of the level 3 tails and might do that myself.