BMW Sport Mode vs Comfort Mode
There’s a reason why BMW vehicles are some of the most highly regarded and sought-after luxury vehicles in the world. BMW is consistently on the cutting edge, presenting the newest and most innovative features that will change the way you drive. One such feature is BMW’s Driving Dynamics Control. Give us call at 888-658-5725 today for more information!
On this page, we at BMW of Stratham will introduce you to this intuitive drive system and its four driving modes, including Sport Mode and Comfort Mode. Shoppers near Stratham, Portsmouth, Exeter, and beyond should read ahead to see what this system has in store for them!
|BMW Sport Mode||BMW Comfort Mode|
|Comfort Mode is the default driving mode offered by the Driving Dynamics Control system. When you first turn on your BMW vehicle, it will be in Comfort Mode.||Sport Mode, on the other hand, ramps up power, enabling your BMW to perform at its peak sportiness. It accomplishes this by shortening the gearshift times in your transmission, making it easier to pick up speed and generate more power.|
Innovative Driving Dynamics Control
The Driving Dynamics Control feature that comes standard on most new BMW vehicles is designed to help you customize your drive with four selectable drive modes. Whether you want a peppier, more exciting drive, want to conserve as much fuel as possible, or want to enjoy a comfortable commute to work, BMW has a drive mode for it.
By design, these drive modes differ from one to the next, especially between Sport Mode and Comfort Mode. Read more about the key differences between driving in Sport Mode and driving in Comfort Mode below!
Sport Mode vs Comfort Mode
Comfort Mode is the default driving mode offered by the Driving Dynamics Control system. When you first turn on your BMW vehicle, it will be in Comfort Mode. This standard mode offers the typical, middle-of-the-road performance you would expect from a similar vehicle that doesn’t offer the Driving Dynamics Control system. With this mode, you’ll get a good balance of power and efficiency.
Sport Mode, on the other hand, ramps up power, enabling your BMW to perform at its peak sportiness. It accomplishes this by shortening the gearshift times in your transmission, making it easier to pick up speed and generate more power.
Other Available Drive Modes
The Driving Dynamics Control system also offers two other drive modes that differ even more from Sport Mode and Comfort Mode. One of these is Eco Pro Mode, which channels all its energy into optimizing each gearshift in order to maximize your BMW’s fuel economy.
The other available drive mode with this system, which isn’t available on all BMW vehicles, is Sport+ Mode. While this mode works similarly to the Sport Mode we talked about already, it takes it a step further and pushes the boundaries of power output and performance. You should handle this mode with care, as it puts an extreme amount of power in your hands!
Experience Driving Dynamics Control!
We at BMW of Stratham hope this guide to the BMW Driving Dynamics Control system made you as excited as we are about this incredible feature. Many of the BMW models we have in stock at our dealership offer Driving Experience Control, so you can check it out for yourself by taking a test drive.
Give us a call today to schedule your test drive or to learn more about this intuitive feature. Shoppers in the areas of Stratham, Portsmouth, and Exeter can schedule a test drive by stopping by the dealership on their way through town!