Over the Thanksgiving weekend my wife and I decided to drive to College Station from Dallas to watch our beloved Texas A&M Aggies get spanked by LSU. It was the first time I really been able to take my Sport out on some wide open Texas freeways and I can't tell you how impressed I was. One of the first things I noticed was I got about 24 MPG. Now before you say that's not bad, or right around what the sticker says, let me preface it that both on the way out, and on the way back, I basically stayed in the left lane and relied on my near military radar protection and defusing system. For obvious reasons I won't say how fast I ran it up to, but in any other car I've had when you run at those speeds gas mileage plummets. Not the case. But that was not where I was more impressed than any car I've ever driven in my life. While most of the roads where pretty smooth, the ups and downs were constant at the higher speeds. I remember a trooper friend of mine telling me that speed is impossible to judge from a distance, but what they could tell was how much a car raised when it hit even the smallest incline at high speeds. So, they would sit with Binoculars and watch the grills of cars raise to decide who to "gun". Since I was not really in a hurry I felt no need to put the car in "S" mode when I realized the high speeds were causing the car to raise significantly. I remember reading about some of the things the button did, so I though what the ****. I'm not lying one bit to tell you that once I engaged Sport mode the car never moved. It was flat out amazing. I even had to show my wife, who is not a car person, the difference because it was so dramatic. Its something these articles never write about but you want to see how well this amazing car runs, take it out on the freeway and run it up to a decent cruising speed and toggle Sports mode. We have a few roads here where 80 is the posted limit, so you can figure the rest, but I'm telling you it was FLAT OUT AMAZING.