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You'll get used to it

I agree: it was a little weird to go to the '19 ACC from a 16 year old car that each push on the set button changed the speed by one mph. But after a couple of months, I like the way the Forester's ACC works. Five mph per push up or down seems logical. I just set it five over traffic speed and let the Eyesight system do it's job.

My only complaint is when the system locks onto a car in front of you then you are controlled by that driver's decisions. Here in CA that is usually a dubious choice. Based on what friend told me, I thought that ACC would be a set it and forget it kind of thing but you still have to pay attention for fast lane creepers and change lanes before the ACC reduces speed. Be nice if they would combine the ACC and lane assist to come up with "constant speed assist" that would change lanes for you to keep your speed up. Just dreaming, but it's just a matter of time.
 
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