Senior Contributing Member
Car: 2012 Chrysler 300 SRT8
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Up north, eh!
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No issues here with adaptive cruise; absolutely love it, and think the current mode (only 25% brake application, disengages with a beep when too slow) is perfect for 99% of the drivers out there. Short of steering, I can hop in the back and read a book, but avoid using it in congested traffic.
The only thing is I tend to disengage it going downhill; the brake dust on SRT8s sees me paddle shifting to add some engine braking, and avoid brake use. Adaptive cruise on for most of the time means I have a slight shade of grey on my rear lower bumper corners after a long drive.
"This car is 100% sh*ts and giggles."
2012 Chrysler 300 SRT8 // 6.4L Hemi // AFE Stage II CAI // Flowmaster Force II Cat-back // Diablo Tuned
2004 Dodge SRT-4// 2.4L Turbo // Sunrooof+Vipers // Mopar BOV
2005 PT Cruiser GT Convertible // 2.4L Turbo // Muffler Delete // Pillar-mount SRT Boost Gauge // Mopar BOV // Diablo Tuned
"Speed has never killed anyone. Suddenly becoming stationary... that's what gets you." Jeremy Clarkson