I wouldn't worry about downshifting. Just use your brakes and the transmission will do what it needs to. If anything, you can put it in Sport Mode and just let it do the shifting from there. It should hold gears longer on the uphill and downshift on the downhill if it needs to.
Originally Posted by elkoritaNAY
I'm not familiar w autos, but downshifting is for manuals. I wouldn't suggest u play w ur paddle shifters.
Paddle shifters? Not sure if joking or serious.
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