I have no problem figuring out ACC. Virtually the same as with my Tacoma. I have no problem figuring out virtually everything with the Ridgeline. It's a pretty intuitive vehicle. Even tells me if tires are flat or when oil needs to be changed.I don't know about that statement. You need to read the manual to fully understand why cars do things that they do. Like the ACC cruise control system. It has specific things that happen based on the programming in it. Like low speed control and how if you stop and start again. The manual is the answer to these questions. And a car like the Nissan Rogue SL has a owners manual with 700 pages. There's no way you'll figure all that stuff out without reading it.
I think people who cannot figure this out (or at least find it in the manual) should not be driving in public.That mentality is what creates many unnecessary negative reviews out there. People that don't know how to properly use their equipment to the manufacturer's terms.
For example, one thing that will be very common this summer among new 2021 owners.
"My RL is broken, Auto Start/Stop isn't working ?"
The manual addresses this on p.106
You're right; all you need is the searchable document, or the hard copy to look stuff up.Not much reason to read the entire manual anymore unless you are having trouble getting to sleep!
Just down load the .pdf version on your phone and tablet and use the search function.