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Hello all,

Could anyone let me know if the ACC when operational brings the vehicle to a standstill when slowing down in motorway driving. And, of you hit 'resume' when traffic starts moving will it start the car again ?

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marcus
 

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JulianoG said:
Yes, it can bring the car to a complete stop and waits until the car in front starts moving. Resuming is made with a single tap on the accelerator.
is this through having done this :?:
as i haven't even been on a motor way
just the book says that it looses the set speed if it drops below 10mph
Automatic cruise control cancelation
Cruise control is automatically canceled in any of the following situations.
●Actual vehicle speed falls more than approximately 16 km/h (10 mph) below
the set speed.
At this time, the memorized set speed is not retained.
●Actual vehicle speed is below approximately 40km/h (25 mph).
page 326
confused :?:

sorry the hand book has some good spelling mistakes in
 

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I have tested it already in multiple situations. It disables automatically only when driving behind a car and it turns on a roundabout or a very tight corner.
Finally found a video showing it, obviously this a new feature for Toyota available only in 2016 models:
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Picked up c-hr tonight so was playing in the dark.
Liked the adaptive cruise on the motorway it was great but when i came off slip round (bendy ) it was ok when the car ahead was in front but when it started going round the bend the C-hr accelerated as it wasn't inline ahhh it was a tight bend.
 

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This evening I did a 185 mile drive and 175 miles of that was M'way using Adaptive cruise

Have cars with cruise but the first time with adaptive, two small anomalies noticed

1) When you are in the middle lane doing 73mph, ahead of you in the nearside lane is a coach, you come to a right bend so that the bus is in your line-of-sight...cruise thinks it's in front of you and slows you unnecessarily.

2) Your in the inside lane doing 65 but cruise is set to 73 but the car in front of you leaves the M'way, the car tries to accelerate as quickly as possible back up to 73. Now the driver in the middle lane doing 70 who thinks he's about to pass you thinks you want to race as you've increased speed.

That said the system is quite intelligent as pulling out from the 1st lane to pass something in good time, a driver from the overtaking lane pulls in in front of you. Although he is technically closer than the car in the 1st lane the system seems to know that his speed is higher and the engine doesn't brake.

Oh, are your rear brakes applied when cruise slows you?
 

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Yes, the ACC uses the brakes and the engine to slow down. It even turns the breaking lights on when doing it hard so that the drivers behind know that you're descelerating.
 

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Supposed to be used on motorway only. You will get issues like that if you leave it on as you come off onto slip.
Best cancelled then.
 

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Perrinss said:
Supposed to be used on motorway only. You will get issues like that if you leave it on as you come off onto slip.
Best cancelled then.
Perrinss, you didn't read my post carefully, I did not come off the M'way, the car in front of me did :roll:
 

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Perrinss said:
I was replying to MCCLDD. 🙄
Try the quote function when replying to a specific post and another later one mentions a variant on the same issue :lol:
 
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