I've just swapped my manual A3 for an S-Tronic, and the start stop is... a little overzealous for my taste. I don't want to turn it off entirely if I can avoid it, but it's so sensitive that it's cutting out even as I pull up to park and am still rolling, cutting my steering power right as I'm correcting the steering angle to line up with the kerb. It also feels pretty stupid when I'm easing into a space and look like I've just stalled 4 times... it starts again quickly enough most of the time, but I'm really not comfortable with the steering for that last couple of seconds - a nuance of the way I park outside my house is that the last couple of yards are at an angle and I need to adapt. Is there any way to make the start stop chill the **** out? In the manual I'd just keep the clutch down whenever I wasn't intending to stop for long enough to be worth the start stop kicking in, but obviously an S-Tronic doesn't have that ability. Can I turn down the sensitivity or is there a trick to avoiding it kicking in other than turning it off before parking? Or if not, how do I turn the damn thing off permanently? Is it any less aggressive in dynamic or sport or similar?