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Lane Keep Assist Setting

What is your Lake Keep Assist Setting?


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#1
So many of us have the Lane Keep Assist feature. As a new owner, i am experimenting with the settings. While i would like to keep my opinion to myself currently, i wouldnt mind seeing how others utilize it.

What have you have yours set to?
 
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#2
Mine is set to Lane Keep Assist
 
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#3
Just the warning for me.
 
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#4
Do side mirrors counts?[biggrin]
 

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#5
Just the warning here.
 
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#6
Warning as well.
 
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#7
I tried the active lane keep assist and while it is kind of a cool feature I like to be in control so I've found the standard lane keep assist gives little corrections which are not as noticeable to me as the active one and I never feel like I'm fighting with the wheel like I've found with active lane keep assist at times.

So for now STD Lane keep assist for me.

It's nice to have when changing a radio station or something where I might not be as attentive as you should be. Not that it is an excuse to do it but just in other cars without that feature there has been a time or two when I drift into another lane because I'm focused on something else.
 
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Thread Starter #8
I tried the active lane keep assist and while it is kind of a cool feature I like to be in control so I've found the standard lane keep assist gives little corrections which are not as noticeable to me as the active one and I never feel like I'm fighting with the wheel like I've found with active lane keep assist at times.

So for now STD Lane keep assist for me.

It's nice to have when changing a radio station or something where I might not be as attentive as you should be. Not that it is an excuse to do it but just in other cars without that feature there has been a time or two when I drift into another lane because I'm focused on something else.
I was feeling the same about the active setting. It felt weird and unnatural.


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#9
I use active when I’m on long highway drives. Otherwise I use the passive one.


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#10
I was on the highway after buying the car and thought holy shit the steering on this car sucks I didn't notice that on the test drive then realized it was the stupid lane keep assist and shut that shit off immediately :)
 

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