With all due respect I haven't driven a car without a rev limiter since like 1985. Every car has them built into the electronics. Not sure why they'd need to put this in the manual. It would be like telling you to push the break to stop. It's just assumed since that's how they've always been (30+ years). Also I'm assuming they don't want to tell you "It's OK to abuse the crap out of this vehicle by holding the gas to the floor since it will protect itself". They probably don't want the liability just in case you blow the engine.@Maxwedge Thanks, that’s the info I was looking for. I guess I’ll assume they kept it that way for 2019, even though it’s not the turbo engine. Do you happen to know how they implement the rev limiter? Do they simply cut fuel to the engine, or knock out spark to a couple cylinders, or what? Still strange they don’t mention it in the users manual, so that when somebody unfamiliar with Rev limiters accidentally hits the limiter and the engine power dies, they don’t panic and think they’ve blown the engine… :surprise::surprise::surprise:
Thanks.. Didn't remember seeing that in there but I did read the entire manual 6 months ago.