2016 Vehicle’s Toyota Safety Sense™ P How-To: TSS-P Dynamic Radar Cruise Control | Toyota

2016 Vehicle’s Toyota Safety Sense™ P How-To: TSS-P Dynamic Radar Cruise Control | Toyota


10 Replies to “2016 Vehicle’s Toyota Safety Sense™ P How-To: TSS-P Dynamic Radar Cruise Control | Toyota”

  1. So this is not useful for stop-and-go traffic like the Subaru adaptive cruise control. The Subaru can go from 60 to 0 and then restart when traffic moves again (e.g., in Los Angeles traffic).

  2. No where near as nice as the Subaru as noted above,
    and also the Subaru will apply the brakes when going down a steep hill to maintain speed or distance even below 25 mph.
    And cutting out at only 10 mph below the set speed severely limits its application.
    Come on Toyota you can do better.
    Please – I need to replace my Prius.
    PS And surprisingly we've found the Subaru's even 5 mph increment more convenient than 1 mph clicks to adjust set speed.
    (You can always set a specific speed using the gas pedal. )
    And this feature allows you to use the speed set button like a paddle shifter to slow down for tight corners or going downhill.

  3. why the artificial limits? it ought to be adaptive throughout the entire spectrum, not limited to above 25mph or disabled if varied by 10mph

  4. Why did Toyota take something as simple as cruise control and make it into a complete hassle? Somebody really overthought this process and it has turned out to be the one black mark on our purchase of the Rav4!

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