7 seat SUV or minivan with stop and go adaptive cruise control ?

Intel rSiX78
Jul 2 11 Comments

Trying to understand the adaptive cruise capabilities on Honda Odyssey, honda pilot, toyota sienna, toyota highlander, nissan pathfinder, mazda cx9 etc.

Which of these, if any, supports what can be called "stop and go" or "low speed follow" cruise control ?
In other words, automatically come to a complete stop when needed, holds the stop in place for a while (several 10s of seconds if needed), and then start going again (perhaps with a push of a button or accelerator) ? As opposed to just disengaging below a threshold (20ish mph)

Thanks.

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  • Indeed decartes
    Jul 2 0
  • Amazon yacht 🛥
    Mazda might be a good choice, worked pretty well on cx5, assume same is on cx9, try it out
    Jul 2 0
  • Google gtrdjk
    Pacifica has it. Odyssey doesn't
    Jul 3 0
  • Credit Karma rino
    Checkout Acura MDX hybrid, and Subaru Ascent. They’re 7-8 seats and very luxurious
    Jul 3 1
    • Amazon yacht 🛥
      I wouldn’t say Ascent is very luxurious, but is very practical and reliable
      Jul 3
  • Cisco xandercage
    Honda deploys what’s called Honda sensing in all models. It does stop and you can push the accelerator to get it moving. You can set the follow up distance. But I did find few bugs. For example if the ahead vehicle takes the exit then the cruise control still be tracking that instead of the further cars ahead. Lane assist is good but not great. My experience is based on civic. But it should be same in odyssey
    Jul 2 1
    • Intel rSiX78
      OP
      Thanks but i do not think it is same on all hondas. It is very hard to understand though, unless someone actually owns it.
      Jul 2
  • Salesforce
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    Amazon
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    Acura MDX
    Jul 3 0
  • Intel rSiX78
    OP
    Odysdey just disengages at low speeds ? How abt Pilot ?
    Jul 3 0
  • Microsoft He
    Jeep stops and resumes, unless it has to stay for more than two seconds. In that case you have to push the button to wake it. I expect Dodges using the same ACC, including their Caravan.
    Jul 2 0