Interesting. I had issues with the water pump, as well. My car was in and out (mostly in) service for about 6 weeks until they replaced the whole coolant system. Since then, it has been working fine. They found that "coolant got into the water pump and fouled the lines" causing the car to constantly overheat. It took them forever to diagnose and fix it, but it was all covered under warranty. Is that what happened with you?Well I had the 2017 base manual
Had issues with the water pump...
That’s why I did the upgrade to 2020
And...was there?The oil temp being higher on 'Normal' than in 'Sport' for driving in the same manner/same conditions has been confirmed by a number of members here. I observed it too in the summer, driving at highway speeds (70 mph) and flipping from Normal to Sport and back. (At the time I was trying to see whether there was a difference in fuel consumption in highway conditions between modes).
There was, but I think it was just confirmation bias...And...was there?