It's the Kim Kardashian of car problems, getting way more attention than it deserves.
I'm not sure what style gear shift lever the MY11s have but move the lever to the side, either right or left from Drive. S should appear instead of D on your dash. It'll rev a bit higher, use lower gears and be overall a bit more bonkers.I have a 2011 T6 and I don't see a sport mode. If there is one, do you know how to activate it?
Inside of the screen of the tach (RPM-dial) there's a letter indicating where your gear lever is, P/R/N/D. If your car has sport mode, which I believe all T6's have, moving the lever from D to, in your case, right the letter should change to S indicating sport mode is selected. If it doesn't say S but instead the gear which you're in, you don't have sport mode. If you do have sports mode, shifting manually will take you out of sport mode and into just plain manual.If I shift the lever right, I get the Manuamatic shift mode where I can change gears. Is this also a sport mode?
+1 All an engine upgrade really gives you is the option of using your right foot to convert more fuel into energy. Leave those extra horses alone and you shouldn't notice much difference.They all get marginally similar gas mileage from what I've personally observed. My theory on this is that the less powerful engines have to work harder, so you end up giving the car a bit more gas to accelerate at the same rate.