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I was wondering if anyone has found a permanent way to turn the i stop off. Very annoying having to turn if off every time you start the car.
 

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theres no official way of doing it but if the AC is on max or the heating is on past a certain point I believe its not available, if you go to the power flow screen in the system information you'll see the i-stop ready graphic showing AC - battery and engine, all 3 must be ready for istop to engage.

Out of interest why dont you like it?
 

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Had to Giggle that up; my US model doesn't do that. I'm told it reduces to 2 cylinders when stopped but I don't notice it. The new Ford Escape has this feature and was one of the things that disqualified it in my search. Though after driving the CX-30, my decision was made.
 

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My wife doesn't like the i stop it scares her. Gives the car a shake.
 

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Ah interesting, I found it a lot smoother than the istop in my cx5 was but totally understand your thoughts here.
 
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