MY '16 here. If the ECO light is ON, then ECO is turned OFF.
In other words, ECO is ON by default. You have to deliberately disable it by pushing the button.
...or when you enable Sport mode by pushing the button, then it automatically disengages ECO, hence both buttons are lit.
It comes down to the label on the button...If your button is labeled ECO OFF (which yours is), then hitting that button turns ECO off...pretty simple.
On the older models, the button was just labeled ECO, which meant hitting the button (causing the light to turn on) would turn ECO on.
Zoom and see that the button says “eco off”. So when eco light is on the Eco Off mode is engaged.
I agree that this can be confusing but it’s operating correctly.
light should be labeled same as button - ECO OFF.
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