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Re: Adaptive Cruise Control Stop-go

It came to a complete stop. I am in MA and it's a 2013. I had my foot ready to stop it though but didn't have to touch it.
I will do it again to make sure it's not a fluke but don't see how it would do it one day and not again
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It came to a complete stop. I am in MA and it's a 2013. I had my foot ready to stop it though but didn't have to touch it.
I will do it again to make sure it's not a fluke but don't see how it would do it one day and not again
Maybe it's a fluke, because 2013 models defiantly don't have stop 'n go feature, only on 2014 model.. Or your jeep may be a one off:-)
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Re: Adaptive Cruise Control Stop-go

Was just out and had the message ACC disengages below 16 mph.
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Old 06-13-2013, 08:56 PM
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Re: Adaptive Cruise Control Stop-go

I can't see it slowing you down to 16mph from highway speeds then letting off the brake at 16mph, that sounds like an accident waiting to happen.
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I can't see it slowing you down to 16mph from highway speeds then letting off the brake at 16mph, that sounds like an accident waiting to happen.
This is how they currently work. The new ones were supposed to be full range. Maybe your 2013 was a test bed.
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This is how they currently work. The new ones were supposed to be full range. Maybe your 2013 was a test bed.
Time to test it out again.
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Re: Adaptive Cruise Control Stop-go

In the US they are way behind. They want the driver to still maintain control, rather than the computers. Need to remove human error to decrease accidents (unless of course there is an EM pulse, in which case, we are all screwed)
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In the US they are way behind. They want the driver to still maintain control, rather than the computers. Need to remove human error to decrease accidents (unless of course there is an EM pulse, in which case, we are all screwed)
I see those Google self-driving cars on the road almost every day. I saw them long before they were officially announced and kept wondering what the heck they were.
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Re: Adaptive Cruise Control Stop-go

I am surprised that NOBODY can answer this question.
Does the current '14 have the ACC with Stop/Go ability ?
Surely someone with a summit can answer this simple question.
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Re: Adaptive Cruise Control Stop-go

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I am surprised that NOBODY can answer this question.
Does the current '14 have the ACC with Stop/Go ability ?
Surely someone with a summit can answer this simple question.
The 2014 will slow you down and once you get down to 15 miles per hour the ACC quits working and you are given a message to tell you this. Then it is up to you to manually stop the vehicle. If you do not apply the brakes yourself, you will hit the vehicle in front of you. If you are following traffic and do not go 15 miles per hour or slower, it will continue to follow the vehicle in front of you.

Imho this is not stop/go, but you can call it what you want.
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So crazy that the Europeans get all the real car Tech before North America
The day we get Uconnect in Europe, I may agree with you. Until then, enjoy the downloadable apps, remote start, anti-theft GPS location, etc... ;-)
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Re: Adaptive Cruise Control Stop-go

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I am surprised that NOBODY can answer this question.
Does the current '14 have the ACC with Stop/Go ability ?
Surely someone with a summit can answer this simple question.
I think I already did, back a page or two. Not, it does not. At least here in the U.S. (I just looked at your location, not realizing you are in Australia. Sorry.)

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The 2014 will slow you down and once you get down to 15 miles per hour the ACC quits working and you are given a message to tell you this. Then it is up to you to manually stop the vehicle. If you do not apply the brakes yourself, you will hit the vehicle in front of you. If you are following traffic and do not go 15 miles per hour or slower, it will continue to follow the vehicle in front of you.

Imho this is not stop/go, but you can call it what you want.
What Blackknight said.

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