Enhance Your Ford Driving Experience By Shifting Into Sport Mode

What Does Sport Mode Do In Your Ford?

What Does Sport Mode Do In Your Ford?

Were you aware that Ford vehicles equipped with the SelectShift Automatic transmission allow you to take manual control of the gear shifts? Well, it’s true. It provides the benefits of an automatic with the driving enjoyment only a manual can provide. But, did you know that in addition to this the vehicle has a Sport Mode? If you’re wondering what Sport Mode does in your Ford, read on to find out.

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How to Activate Ford Sport Mode 

Before we talk about what Sport Mode is and what it does, you’ll need to know how to enter Sport Mode in your Ford. Thankfully, it’s a piece of cake.

To enter Sport Mode, all you need to do is move your gear shift lever to the S position. This should be located right below the D (drive) position. Now that you’re in Sport Mode, let’s talk about why you’ll want to use it.

Benefits of Ford Sport Mode 

Generally speaking, Ford Sport Mode delivers a more thrilling driving experience for the driver. It does this in part by shifting at a higher rpm than may be typical, meaning your engine may run faster than you may be used to.

On top of that, Sport Mode gives you extra braking on a wide variety of road grades. All of these features work together to allow for more spirited driving without taking too much control over your drive with high tech equipment that makes you feel like you’re not the one driving the vehicle. If you want to take things a step further, you can shift manual in Sport Mode by pressing the + or – buttons on the side of the gear shift lever.

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To learn more about what Sport Mode does in your Ford or to experience it for yourself, contact us at Sanders Ford. We would be happy to assist you.

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