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Nissan Sentra Owners Manual: ECO mode switch

ECO mode switch
ECO mode switch

The ECO mode helps to enhance the fuel economy by controlling the throttle sensitivity and transmission points (CVT if so equipped).

To turn on the ECO mode, push the ECO mode switch. The ECO mode indicator light (on the speedometer) will remain lit while the mode is active.

To turn off the ECO mode, push the ECO mode switch again. The ECO mode indicator light (on the speedometer) will turn off.

The ECO mode cannot be turned off while the accelerator pedal is depressed, even if the ECO mode switch is pushed to OFF. Release the accelerator pedal to turn off the ECO mode.

The ECO mode will turn off automatically if a malfunction occurs in the system.

Turn off the ECO mode, or depress the accelerator pedal fully when:

NOTE:

Selecting this drive mode will not necessarily improve fuel economy as many driving factors influence its effectiveness.

Gear shift indicator (Manual transmission only) (if so equipped)

The Gear Shift Indicator (GSI) is used to support


The Gear Shift Indicator (GSI) is used to support the suitable timing of gear change. It operates only when the ECO mode is in the “ON” state.

The shift indicator icon 2 and recommended gear position 3 are displayed.

The shift indicator icon indicates when to upshift or downshift for fuel economy.

NOTE:

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Cruise control (if so equipped)
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Other materials:

Basic inspection
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Vehicle security system (if so equipped)
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Normal operating condition
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