MomsMDX said:Which is better for fuel economy? I notice that when cruising at ~50-55 in D5 RPMS are well below 2000rpm, which is not always good for mileage. Should I trow it into D4 or not?
When driving in D4 it will not kick into overdrive, check it out on the parkway, when in D5 you will notice the rpm's drop at a certain speed while in D4 it will not drop into the lower rpm.srpbep said:Wait a sec, just went out to the Acura web site and looked up the drive ratios:
Doesn't this mean that Both D4 and D5 are overdrive???