Join Date: Jul 2018
Feedback Score: 0 reviews
My only experience with EyeSight going down was driving in a light rain which was hitting the road and turning into steam. It was actually kinda pretty, but too much for Eyesight.
That said, since EyeSight is totally based on visual cameras, if it has trouble from outside, you should easily be able to see what the cause is. If you don't see it, it's likely on the windshield in front of the cameras where it's not noticeable to the driver.
If you have trouble on bumpy roads without the rain, maybe a camera is a little loose or something inside.
Mazdas use radar, lidar, and cameras in their system which IMHO react faster and more reliable in numerous situations.