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it does lock the diffs as necessary (that happens in all other modes, too) and it maximizes traction control as it wants to prevent any and all wheel spin.

btw, I actually started to pay attention to how the car is handling the diffs in auto mode. I put the 4x4 info screen on the dash (of my '18 full size) just to see how it behaves as the weather and road conditions change. Well, it looks to be crazy adaptive to what's going on, indeed. I'd recommend to everyone who has an 18 or a 19 to do the same and just see for yourselves. It's easy to forget how much these vehicles work while they want to let us know exactly zip about all that effort.
 
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