Originally Posted by ttimbo
No, I agree with Way. It makes no sense to disable the e-diff with DSC off. I think the selection of comfort mode is to reduce throttle response, and reduce the propensity of the car to be destabilized by driver who doesn't know what he is doing.. Car makers want their cars to fail safe.
But even though it made no sense to disable the e-diff with DSC off, that was how it was done on earlier models. I have never driven a BMW before the F20 that had e-diff enabled with DSC off. Some purists will say that when you disable the driving aids, they should all be completely off.
And why would drivers who don't know what they are doing want to disable the DSC?