Honda Adaptive Cruise Control Information Overview
What is Honda’s Adaptive Cruise Control Feature?
Honda’s Adaptive Cruise Control feature is a part of the new Honda Sensing technology. It allows you to set your cruise control speed to mirror the speed of the vehicle in front of you. This means that not only will the Adaptive Cruise Control feature keep you at a consistent speed, but if the vehicle in front of you slows down, the ACC will activate the brakes and slow you down to a speed that aligns with the vehicle in front of you.
How Much is Honda’s Adaptive Cruise Control Feature?
The Honda Adaptive Cruise Control feature comes standard if your vehicle is equipped with Honda Sensing. However, if your vehicle does not come with Honda Sensing, you can expect to pay $1,500 to $2,000 to upgrade to the Honda Sensing package. The Honda Sensing package comes standard with Lane Departure Warning (LDW), Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS), Road Departure Mitigation (RDM), Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Forward Collision Warning (FCW), and Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS).
How To Use Adaptive Cruise Control
Using Adaptive Cruise Control on your Honda vehicle is incredibly simple. All you need to do is turn on cruise control, set the cruise control to your desired speed, and then set the distance you prefer to follow the car ahead of you to short, medium, or long.
Which Honda Vehicles Have Adaptive Cruise Control?
Every new vehicle offered by Honda has the option to be equipped with Adaptive Cruise Control and Honda Sensing. Feel free to browse our inventory below and find a vehicle with Adaptive Cruise Control that you like.