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I have a March 2014 build and mine won't come to a complete stop. Only slows down to 18mph then you have to take over. Should mine have it?
R u a "srtwannabe" or do u have one? If u r a dreamer like me then you should definitely have ACC w/ Stop-n-Go (NH3). I believe all '14 SRT's only have the NH1 (no stop) and did not pickup the 'stop-n-go" 7/23/13+ but the '15's do have NH3 (stop-n-go). '16's get FULL Stop (hold indef).

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Old 06-10-2015, 08:18 AM
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R u a "srtwannabe" or do u have one? If u r a dreamer like me then you should definitely have ACC w/ Stop-n-Go (NH3). I believe all '14 SRT's only have the NH1 (no stop) and did not pickup the 'stop-n-go" 7/23/13+ but the '15's do have NH3 (stop-n-go). '16's get FULL Stop (hold indef).
This is correct.
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Correct. July 23, 2013 was cut date for 2014.5 with Stop-n-go ACC. That brings to full stop for 2 secs then releases brakes. The full stop Scott is talking about is where it will stay stopped indefinitely you just have to hit the gas (or resume) to get going again after the initial stop/hold period. It is what all ACC should do since stop and go traffic doesn't give 2 hoots about your 2 sec hold limit.
Honestly having the 2 sec limit version myself I do not see the advantage in the "full stop" you are describing. I commute across the city of LA in probably the worst traffic conditions in the country and I even then rarely have the ACC cut out due to the 2 sec limit. Even if it does, it's pretty simple to step on the brake if traffic is going to be at a full stop that long. As soon as traffic starts moving you simply hit "resume" on the wheel and you're going again.

Seems like two sides of the same coin, no clear advantage to "full stop" functionality that I see.

The version that drops at 12MPH or whatever though, that's a definite disadvantage to the style that can bring all the way down to complete stop.
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Honestly having the 2 sec limit version myself I do not see the advantage in the "full stop" you are describing. I commute across the city of LA in probably the worst traffic conditions in the country and I even then rarely have the ACC cut out due to the 2 sec limit. Even if it does, it's pretty simple to step on the brake if traffic is going to be at a full stop that long. As soon as traffic starts moving you simply hit "resume" on the wheel and you're going again.

Seems like two sides of the same coin, no clear advantage to "full stop" functionality that I see.

The version that drops at 12MPH or whatever though, that's a definite disadvantage to the style that can bring all the way down to complete stop.
I would love to have full stop. Agreed, it would make me a lazier driver but to be able to chill when I am "off cycle" on the traffic lights and stopping for 4-6 secs would be nice to have. The freeway yoyo backups seem to just barely fit the 2 sec window but they too seem to often be 4-6 sex ish stops.
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I would love to have full stop. Agreed, it would make me a lazier driver but to be able to chill when I am "off cycle" on the traffic lights and stopping for 4-6 secs would be nice to have. The freeway yoyo backups seem to just barely fit the 2 sec window but they too seem to often be 4-6 sex ish stops.
I would never use it off the highway where there would be traffic lights.
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I would never use it off the highway where there would be traffic lights.
You should, it rocks on the long commutes on boring 35mph roads which dominate NE Ohio.
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Re: 2016 Jeep SRT new features....updated as we learn

On slower streets in LA the lanes are narrow, crowded, and you are frequently cut off with little room to spare and before the ACC can react. After a few near rear end collisions I relegated it to highway only use.
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On slower streets in LA the lanes are narrow, crowded, and you are frequently cut off with little room to spare and before the ACC can react. After a few near rear end collisions I relegated it to highway only use.
I can totally c that. Cleveland traffic is lame.
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Re: 2016 Jeep SRT new features....updated as we learn

Anybody what what the "high performance brake package" entails for the 2016?
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Anybody what what the "high performance brake package" entails for the 2016?
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Re: 2016 Jeep SRT new features....updated as we learn

Damn, they finally realized the drive modes need to be configurable, going to wish I had that on my 2015 I suspect.

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