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adaptive cruise control suv Q&A Review

It seems like a large percentage of pickup truck owners don’t actually use the bed regularly. So why did they buy the truck?

Going anonymous here not to embarass my step-son. When my step-son got his first “real” job he immediately went out and bought a $70,000 loaded pickup truck: crew cab, leather and wood trim, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping, collision avoidance etc. He never used it as a pickup but he just loved the style. The problem was that it was so high it was hard for his wife to put their two kids in their car seats and they didn't have any other vehicle. We felt sorry for them and sold them our old minivan cheap (almost gave it away to them). It didn't have all the bells and whistles their truck did but was lower, had more interior room, smoother ride, better fuel economy etc. The problem was that he didn't like to be seen driving a "mommymobile." After a few months he traded it in on a SUV. People do not buy cars to fit their needs; they buy cars that they believe make them a more complete and interesting person. This is true not only of pickups but many types of vehicles. Personally I'm secure enough in my manhood so I can drive a minivan; I don't need a certain vehicle to compensate for my shortcomings.

What's your "never again" car brand? Why?

What's your "never again" car brand? Why? Cadillac. Our new 2014 Cadillac SRX was a lemon that, according to CarFax, Cadillac ultimately junked because it could not be repaired even after it had been returned to Detroit for analysis. The adaptive cruise control system failed catastrophically for some unknown reason. The car had also been repaired under warranty earlier in the year because of suspension problems. Since the adaptive cruise system could control both acceleration and braking, in addition to the inconvenience, the car was unsafe to drive. The car was continuously in a dismantled state at the dealership for repairs from September 2014 until it was taken back by GM in the beginning of 2015. Cadillac ultimately replaced the car with a 2015 model that still works fine. The problem is that both the dealership and GM stalled and sandbagged the replacement process and all but accused us of some kind of sharp dealing. By the time Cadillac declared the 2014 car to be irreparable, there were no remaining 2014 models, and GM insisted that we had to pay for the increased price of a 2015 model. We visited with the owner of the dealership, and he suggested that we talk to his own lawyer about why we had no recourse. I wrote to the office of Mary Barra, the CEO of GM, and the response was from a person who was pleasant enough but whose job was simply to placate us. Her efforts to solve the problem were useless. She had no authority to negotiate. The 2014 SRX was technically a “lemon” under state law that qualified us for a return of the total purchase price. I told the dealership that we had decided to hire a lawyer specializing in lemon law to pursue our options. We had looked at a new Mercedes Benz SUV that we thought might be a good replacement for the Cadillac. Only at this point did a regional GM manager contact us, and we were able in one phone call to negotiate a replacement of the 2014 SRX with a 2015 model at the next higher trim level. We paid 95% of the trim differential ( I think around $1000) and settled the matter. The process was so painful, and the customer service was so bad that It is extraordinarily unlikely that I will very buy a GM product again. Our next SUV will likely be a Lexus based on the wonderful experience we have had in the past with Toyota.

Which car, Sedan or SUV, do you prefer for long drive trip considering 4 passengers in the car? Why?

Any big Mercedes (S / E Class) or Volvo (S80, S90, V90)., Great seats, quiet, stable and easy to drive at highway speeds. Any of them after the mid-2000s have adaptive cruise control, which will maintain a following distance automatically. That can really reduce fatigue over a very long drive and adds a certain safety margin. Thanks for the A2A.

In cruise control, do your brake lights come on when the car has to slow down when going down hill?

The answers given below are mostly correct, as far as basic cruise control systems work. However, there are some additional considerations. (Keep in mind, I'm writing from a Canadian perspective.) I'm assuming since you said “when the car has to slow down when going downhill” that your car does do this. Most likely, with modern vehicles that means that you have adaptive cruise control. The answer is yes, they do. More info below. With many adaptive cruise control systems, the car does have control of the brakes. First, it will downshift the transmission to use engine braking to begin to slow the vehicle. I'd that isn't enough to keep the speed within parameters, it will then apply the brakes. It won't apply the brakes constantly, but will use a combination of engine braking and applied brakes to maintain the speed the cruise control is set at. (Often with a margin of error). In my 2019 Hyundai Santa-Fe the margin appears to be +/-5–7%, but that's just a guess by glancing at the speedometer while the car is maintaining cruise control speed on moderate grades. When the brakes are applied, in all adaptive cruise control systems I'm familiar with, the brake lights do indeed light up. In older systems on some vehicles that don't have adaptive cruise control, the brakes are still applied. For instance, my last car, a BMS X3 (2013) did not have adaptive cruise control. However, BMW's older cruise control system still used the combination of brakes (yes, brake lights too) and downshifting for engine braking. I suspect from limited research that this is likely only on cars that many would consider luxury vehicles, and that are made before adaptive cruise control became common. Some vehicles also have a hill descent mode, usually meant for low speeds, that keeps a vehicle to a set speed when descending a steep grade. For example, Land Rovers and the new Subaru full size SUV are vehicles that I know have this feature. This isn't a feature you can use at highway speeds, it's usually limited to about 30km/h or below. I believe that in Canada it is mandated that if the brakes are applied the brake lights must light up, whether that is by application of the brake pedal or an autonomous system. I hope that detailed explanation from the point of view of a layperson who has done this particular research before is of some help and interest. Relevant quote: Dynamic ,cruise control, is an electronic ,cruise control, system with an extra ,braking function,. This also includes the Curve Speed Limiter that reduces the speed in curves for comfortable lateral acceleration. At the end of the curve the car accelerates and resumes the original speed. From ,BMW Cambodia I believe the one I had, mentioned here, is BMW option 544.

Why haven't car makers designed a "follow the car in front of me" form of cruise control for bumper-to-bumper traffic yet?

It sounds like you are thinking about an adaptive cruise control on steroids. One problem with allowing the cruise control to follow closely in bumper to bumper traffic is that all cars are not created equal. Some cars stop much quicker than others. Lets say you are driving a Porsche Boxster, which will stop on a dime and give you 9 cents change. The guy behind you is driving a SUV that is pulling a huge trailer behind it. You are in bumper to bumper traffic and your adaptive cruise is on. 5 cars ahead of you is an accident and all the cars, who have adaptive cruise, slam on the anti-lock brakes. The guy behind you, the one with the SUV with a trailer, slams on its brakes. The problem comes with your car stopping in a much shorter distance than the guy behind you. End result would be the car behind you makes your rear bumper kiss your front bumper. OUCH! Another problem with following too close in bumper to bumper is the reaction time. A n adaptive cruise control still has reaction time to apply the brakes, though it won’t be as bad as you would experience with normal human response time, it still takes time. The only thing I can see that would allow this system to work would be to lower the speed limit to around 10 MPH. I don’t think that will happen. Another r solution could be to make all the cars stop in the same distance, taking into consideration ALL THE VARIABLE involved.

What SUVs have adaptive cruise control?

I would be willing to guess that all the nicer models offer it as an option. Perhaps the eco box imports won’t., but I have even seen it on the top model Hyundai’s . And that’s not really an SUV in my book.

Which is the best SUV at least 7 seats if one considers 2 factors - safety and comfort?

GMC Yukon XL. You get true 7 seat capability, not little jump seats for midgets. It’s very large and spacious as well. Other SUV’s talk about 7 seats but if you look at the 3rd row of seating, it’s marginal. They’re hard little flat seats that an adult could never fit in. Onboard WiFi. ADVANCED DRIVER SAFETY TECHNOLOGIES The Yukon XL SLT pairs intelligent technology with driver-centric engineering to help keep you safer on the road. Safety features on the SLT include: Forward Collision Alert Front and Rear Park Assist Side Blind Zone Alert with Lane Change Alert13 Lane Keep Assist13 Rear Cross Traffic Alert Intellibeam Headlamps Available Adaptive Cruise Control SAFETY ALERT SEAT When one of Yukon XL’s Driver Alert technologies (for example, Lane Keep Assist 13 ) triggers an alert, the available Safety Alert Seat vibrates on the left or right bolster, depending on the direction of the potential hazard.

What are the oldest/cheapest cars or SUVs that have adaptive cruise control?

There's a very detailed list on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autonomous_cruise_control_system#Vehicles_models_supporting_adaptive_cruise_control

If money was no object, what SUV would you buy?

Tesla Model X, starting at about $80,000. Being in my 70s, I want my next vehicle to have the capability of being completely autonomous someday (my Subaru had adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping, etc. and I loved those features). But I’d settle for a Model Y, actually a crossover rather than a full SUV, but starting at $30,000 less.

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