ion' - just to say that the manual (page 2.17) says switching ESP off also switches ASR off! You're then left with off-road ABS mode to stop any spinning wheels.The ESP can be switched off on the 4x4, not the ASR.
Ohh.. so both is the right answer. You can say I was half right. :lol:ion' - just to say that the manual (page 2.17) says switching ESP off also switches ASR off! You're then left with off-road ABS mode to stop any spinning wheels.
In passing: I'm still pondering the bit on page 2.13 (of the UK manual) where it says that turning ESP (& ASR) off and having ABS off-road mode working is ".... particularly useful when crossing a bridge."
What bridge was the author thinking of at the time he/she wrote this?? I'd like to see that bridge!
Spot on!there has been a thread about this before. i think i started it when i got my 4x2.
you only know you have it due to the two lights on your speedo when you start up.
you can't turn it off, as its part of the ABS system on the 4x2.
i've had mine kick in only twice pulling out in the wet and off a gravel drive, under hard accelleration.
you notice it a bit as it lowers the power output and breaking, but handeling it works nice. keeps the tracking where it should be.