I've tried that a couple of times, each time using the Econ for a couple of days. I couldn't get over the feeling it was more sluggish than it should be. Then when turning off the Econ mode it felt more like I thought it should and more like I expected the vehicle to perform.Once again I'll be the spoiler. Using the econ button doesn't kill any horsepower, it simply restricts its availability with a more relaxed power release - while also cutting back on other power consuming uses (AC). Mash the go pedal hard and it'll still giddy-up.
Drive with it a day and you'll soon be accustomed to its dynamics.
My brother had a 2017 Ridgeline which he always ran in Econ mode and he thought it was fine, even in Seattle freeway traffic where he lives. A couple of months ago he traded it in for a 2020 Pilot. I'll have to ask him if he's also running the Pilot in Econ mode.