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Hi all, I recently bought a new 2020 RRS P525 (V8 model) and I noticed it’s noticeably less peppy than my previous 2017 RRS Supercharged. I have 750 miles on it, but I noticed acceleration is slower, it lags around turns, and it feels a little jerky coming to a stop. Should I chalk this up to the engine needing to break in or have my dealer look at it?
 

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terrain response normal mode was remapped in '18.
your observation might reflect that as far as the acceleration is concerned.
 

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Acceleration is so dependent on electronics and MPG so important to manufacturers that it's possible programming was changed to squeeze out a bit better MPG rating. Have you tried sport/manual mode to see if there's a difference? Also some computers learn and adapt to your driving style. Don't know if the 2020 RRS is one of them but in any case it's worth telling the dealer at your first scheduled service.
 
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