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Adaptive suspension, can you tell yours works? Kia Stinger Forum

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During the brief period I drove it before having the dealer reset/renable via their diagnostic tablet, it was like driving an unladen 5 ton truck - bone jarringly stiff, and MUCH stiffer than any 'normal' mode selection. During the brief period I drove it before having the dealer reset/renable via their diagnostic tablet, it was like driving an unladen 5 ton truck - bone jarringly stiff, and MUCH stiffer than any 'normal' mode selection. Altough, in my personal opinion, I have got what I wanted from the supension performance with the Eibach's springs (in spite of the lowering) and sway bars.a must upgrade for the StingerIMHO

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Adaptive suspension, can you tell yours works? Kia Stinger Forum
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Can you? Only the GT1 and GT2 (US Specs) come with adaptive suspension. Click to expand Yes, I notice a difference during normal driving - the SPORT mode is definitely firmer than Comfort. Once following a battery discharge, the adaptive suspension was disabled and defaulted to what I can only assume was full FIRM. During the brief period I drove it before having the dealer reset/renable via their diagnostic tablet, it was like driving an unladen 5 ton truck - bone jarringly stiff, and MUCH stiffer than any 'normal' mode selection. Yes, I notice a difference during normal driving - the SPORT mode is definitely firmer than Comfort. Once following a battery discharge, the adaptive suspension was disabled and defaulted to what I can only assume was full FIRM. During the brief period I drove it before having the dealer reset/renable via their diagnostic tablet, it was like driving an unladen 5 ton truck - bone jarringly stiff, and MUCH stiffer than any 'normal' mode selection. Click to expand Interesting. Wonder if we could invoke such a fault on purpose since most are dissatisfied with the sport stiffness. The SteveCo experience, suggest the the adaptative suspension system could be tune. Altough, in my personal opinion, I have got what I wanted from the supension performance with the Eibach's springs (in spite of the lowering) and sway bars.a must upgrade for the StingerIMHORoads around here are a mix, with most being pretty smooth (well, after the potholes are filled in that is). I think that there is a difference between Sport and everything else. There is no difference in anything else, they all feel the same, and I suspect that the only differences are subtle shifting points in the tranny. I don't believe that I've ever experimented with "hard" cornering in something other than Sport. A lot of early reviews said the car had lots of rattles especially related to the passenger door area and the sun roof. I think there are still some gremlins lurking in the rattle department on 2019's. The point is, I wouldn't be at all surprised to find out the SPORT setting has been greatly softened to limit rattles. If the mode is too annoying to use because everything immediately rattles in sport, then nobody would use it anyway, and likely there would be a lot more complaints about quality (A priority for KIA to avoid) and an unusable sport mode. Interesting. Wonder if we could invoke such a fault on purpose since most are dissatisfied with the sport stiffness. Click to expand I tried this and it is not something that is of any real value on the street Yes, the shocks default to a very firm mode when you disrupt power to the suspension module. However, that firm mode is horribly overdamped.

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