2023 climb, eye gaze and adaptive cruise control questions

As mentioned in another thread, my 2020 Limited is in the body shop because the dealer accidentally dropped the hood while performing the hood vibration TSB. I was given an Ascent Onyx Edition 2023. (I really like the 2023 and the massive screen has grown on me in just a few days)

Back to my question. I use ACC whenever I can. 60 mph, 45 mph, even 25 mph in my neighborhood. My 2020 does a wonderful job with two lane side streets, even with cars parked on the street in front of their houses. No problems for three years.

The year 2023 is a little different. There are two places I drive every day where I have to manually turn the ACC off or the car will brake as there is a car parked on the road to my right. My 2020 never demonstrates this behavior.

Both sites have similar configurations. Two-lane road (25 mph), with a normal center line and parking permitted on the right side of the road. There is a slight left turn and a car is parked on the right curb just after the start of the turn in the road. Whenever I approach these spots the car will slam on the brakes as if it thinks the parked car is an active obstruction in my lane when in reality there is plenty of room to pass the car and stay in my lane.

Anyone else notice this? I can easily get a video of it if anyone wants to see it. I only bring it up because my 2020 doesn’t behave this way.

Thank you!

Source link

We will be happy to hear your thoughts

Leave a reply