The m mode is a feature that allows the driver to take control of their automatic transmission vehicle. It gives you the ability to change gears manually if necessary and can be used as a backup in difficult driving conditions like steep inclines or bad weather. This mode can also give drivers a more enjoyable driving experience and a sense of control. However, there are some disadvantages to using this mode including increased fuel consumption and accelerated wear of the car’s components. Additionally, it can void your car’s warranty.
Most vehicles with an automatic transmission have the m mode function that lets the driver take more control of their vehicle. This manual mode is especially useful in uphill and downhill driving where the car may need to use a lower gear for more power to climb or slow down without having to continuously brake.
Other vehicle modes include N - Neutral (used for parking, and to prevent your car from rolling away while parked on an incline) S - Sport (use this mode if you want your vehicle to accelerate more quickly) and P - Park (used to engage the vehicle’s parking brake when parked). There are also some vehicles that have an M – Manual mode that can be selected to operate the transmission in a similar way as a manual transmission. In this case, the +/- buttons on the steering wheel will let you shift gears manually.