I mean that in D mode it feels like the brakes are lacking... I much prefer B, it feels as if the brakes are more effective because as soon as you start lifting off the accelerator it slows.Handydave wrote: ↑Wed Jan 17, 2024 7:59 pmThat’s because it isn’t going to stop - it’s coasting. To stop in D mode, use the brake. The only time you’ll get regenerative braking in D mode is;
- when going downhill, it aims to maintain speed
- when using ACC and slower vehicle in front
- when using speed limit assist or eco assist
I know it's coasting in D when you release the accelerator, just like it does in previous Golf DSGs I had, but the brakes are nowhere near as good as the Golfs I previously had.