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post #12 of (permalink) Old 05-23-2019, 04:58 AM
Raz007
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Originally Posted by Rocket J Squirrel View Post
Nothing recent about this. My 2014 Touring does exactly this. In adaptive cruise control mode, it will gently slow down and stop behind a stopped car. It will gently accelerate when that car moves forward.
As long as that car moves again within 3 seconds or so, correct? My 2015 was the same way. If you are stopped longer, other older gens will beep and you'll just start rolling forward. The newer cars have improved upon this, as they have Auto Vehicle Hold, so they will stay stopped as long as needed, and simply require a tap of the "Resume" button after a set amount of time sitting to continue moving.

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