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AWD torque split setting - Custom drive mode

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What exactly are the 3 settings in this picture.

I assume from what I've read, the "Sport" setting is 80:20 rear biased
I also assume the "Eco" mode is 50:50 rear/front torque split

What is the "Comfort" setting? Something in between that? 65:35? Does Kia have any published material regarding this?

Very curious
 

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I have been wondering the same thing. Looked everywhere asked on another forum......no answer. I think in comfort it is 40/60, it is ECO that I am unsure about. I am not sure what would lead to better fuel economy, a 50/50 split, or a 20/80 like sport. Hopefully someone here knows.
 

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It is not a locked split between axles. ECO will limit it to 40% to the front tires. SPORT limits 20% to the front tires unless it's a GTS. COMFORT up to a 50% split.

None of them are locked at a certain split. It is always fluid until it reaches the limit set by the drive mode.
 
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It is not a locked split between axles. ECO will limit it to 40% to the front tires. SPORT limits 20% to the front tires unless it's a GTS. COMFORT up to a 50% split.

None of them are locked at a certain split. It is always fluid until it reaches the limit set by the drive mode.
Where are you getting these numbers from?

 

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Thank you
 
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Yeah I mean its not in the manual. No one at my dealer including the techs know..
 

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