Peugeot 2008: Driving / Driving modes

The number and type of driving modes available depend on the vehicle’s engine and equipment.

Driving modes are selected using the following control:

Peugeot 2008. Driving modes

Pressing the control displays the modes on the instrument panel.

With an electric motor, you cannot select a mode if the READY lamp is off.

When the message disappears, the selected mode is activated and remains indicated on the instrument panel (except NORMAL mode).

With Advanced Grip Control, additional driving modes are available, offering enhanced traction control.

For more information on Advanced Grip Control, refer to the corresponding section.

Whenever the ignition is switched on, NORMAL mode is selected by default.

NORMAL

Restores the vehicle’s original settings.

Reduces traction battery electrical energy consumption by limiting engine torque.

ECO

Reduces energy consumption by restricting the performance of the heating and air conditioning systems, although it does not deactivate them.

Free-wheeling in ECO mode: depending on version, with the EAT8 gearbox, moving into "free-wheeling" is encouraged to slow the vehicle down without using engine braking.

You can save fuel by anticipating the need to slow down and lifting your foot fully off the accelerator pedal.

Further reduces traction battery electrical energy consumption by limiting engine torque.

SPORT

Enables more dynamic driving, acting on the power steering, accelerator and gear changes with an automatic gearbox and the possibility of displaying the vehicle’s dynamic settings on the instrument panel.

MANUAL

Permanent "Manual" mode with an automatic gearbox and Full Park Assist.

Enables manual gear changing using the steering-mounted paddles.

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