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Auto Stop/Start

Being very new to my car & feeling my way around.
Can someone tell me if I need to set this to the 'on' position at the start of every journey & does it operate in all driving modes IE sport/ice/normal.
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This I know from the testdrive: The auto-stop/start function is automaticly activated when you drive in ICE and deactivated if you drive in sport and maybe also in normal (that I'm not sure)
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Being very new to my car & feeling my way around.
Can someone tell me if I need to set this to the 'on' position at the start of every journey & does it operate in all driving modes IE sport/ice/normal.
Start&Stop is only available on the Diesel
It is enabled by default, unless you have deactivated it in the settings.
It operates on standard D and ICE. It will not operate on Sport mode.

When the engine goes off (automatically), keep on the brake. When you release break it will turn on immediately..and in some other caes (read the manual for more details)

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Many thanks for your input guys, just what I wanted to know...another success!
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Strangely, I have a petrol and its fitted but then it is MY16.

How do you deactivate it? It doesn't do it in Sport, just normal mode.

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Strangely, I have a petrol and its fitted but then it is MY16.

How do you deactivate it? It doesn't do it in Sport, just normal mode.
Very common on petrol cars these days. My M3 had it. It helps to reduce the overall emissions figure for tax and mpg purposes.

Annoyingly there's no dedicated button on the Ghibli to deactivate it and the MTC doesn't allow the user to change variables for the various driving modes.

I think you need to go into the menus and deactivate it or run around in Sport all the time.

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Strangely, I have a petrol and its fitted but then it is MY16.

How do you deactivate it? It doesn't do it in Sport, just normal mode.
I am surprised. I have seen in multiple places that it was only on the diesel version
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I'm brand new to my MY'16 Ghibli and stumbled on this thread. I was showing the car to some friends - I thought I had "Start&Stop" disabled permanently, but I briefly had the care in "ICE" mode - but even after returning to Sport, it shut off when we came to a stop light. A bit of a surprise when they thought my shiny new car had just stalled. I wish there was a way to enable it only when ICE was on.
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Start&Stop is only available on the Diesel
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I'm brand new to my MY'16 Ghibli and stumbled on this thread. I was showing the car to some friends - I thought I had "Start&Stop" disabled permanently, but I briefly had the care in "ICE" mode - but even after returning to Sport, it shut off when we came to a stop light. A bit of a surprise when they thought my shiny new car had just stalled. I wish there was a way to enable it only when ICE was on.
very strange
As per manual, it is only available (europe) on diesel (as mine).
And it won't stop your engine when in sports mode or set belt not on or in R.

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