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ACC – Easy to understand | Volkswagen

ACC: if you like to find out how the feature works, please check out this video. It explains and shows the advantages of this feature.

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  • Queliom Assis
    December 23, 2016

    Very nice

  • Havva Memiş
    December 24, 2016


  • Andrew Myerscough
    December 26, 2016

    Dear VW having had a Passat GT for 8 months, I can quite honestly say I hate it with a passion. If I could switch the adaptive bit, but keep traditional CC I would be more than happy.

    I have had CC on my cars since 1993 (that's 15 cars), and never had an issue with them, but I detest this system.

  • Philip Hastings
    May 30, 2018

    Dear VW, when will vw place a bacon sandwich maker in the compartment under the armrest? Thankyou.

  • pronounce word school
    October 26, 2019

    I like your video very much. It's really great. I'll keep an eye on your channel. I am your fan and I will support you.

  • Dons Shed
    December 14, 2019

    I am not a fan of this ACC…… it would be ok if everyone did the speed limit. But this system slows you down without you even knowing it, before you know it, you have slowed down 10-15km/h slower than the speed limit and then everyone else is being held up, because of the one car not driving to the speed limit (this causes unnecessary traffic build up). It would be great if I could sometimes turn off ACC.

  • drwisdom1
    March 4, 2020

    I got my first car (VW Fastback) in 1972 and currently have four that I bought new: 92 Corrado VR6, 2006 GTI, 2015 Sportwagen TDI, and 2017 Alltrack. None of them have ACC and I will never own one that does. It is a blatantly unsafe feature that zones out the driver so that when an emergency arises they can't respond quick enough. Instead we are told by marketing that our vehicles are full of safety features that will automatically save us implying we can all be negligent drivers playing with our phones. My 2006 GTI, Sportwagen, and Alltrack all have ESP (traction control) that functions when needed allowing VW to legitimately claim it improves safety. But I used to have a 2004 GTI VR6 which had extremely dangerous ESP. If you tried to take a right turn and merge into fast moving traffic and forgot to turn off the ESP, it would brake instead of allowing you to accelerate, creating harrowing situations. With my 2004 GTI, ESP was a death feature not a safety feature. It made me scared of my car. ACC is another one of those features that is supposed to increase safety but does the reverse. If drivers believe ACC makes driving easy and they want it on their vehicle, or they want to smoke cigarettes, that is fine as long as I don't have to do it too.

  • drwisdom1
    May 2, 2020

    To summarize my lower comments, ACC is a great example of what is wrong with new vehicles. It is a feature that VW thinks they can force down their customer's throats, while other manufacturers understand it is an option and let the driver decide if they want to use it. When they had meetings at VW somebody should have said "We might get more sales with ACC but what if we lose more sales than we gain by not making it optional? It wouldn't cost anything or prevent use of ACC, so if a customer prefers to use normal cruise, so why not let them?" There is only one explanation for the way things have turned out – VW's employee have been replaced by technology fascinated kids who are sure of their dominance, which resulted in VW losing its corporate culture and its ability to make fuel-efficient dependable vehicles.

  • Levi Wright ROBLOX
    May 17, 2020

    Better then tesla

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