Lol seriously guys? It's for parallel parking so you can see the curb as you're backing in
Touring does that too. Weird sensation for sure.Not sure if anyone posted this but with the adaptive cruise control, road departure and lane-keeping, the Ridgeline will drive and steer itself softly even though light curves on a freeway. You can feel the steering wheel turn when you enter a corner. When the corner gets sharp enough, you gotta grab the wheel. Not sure if this is a Black Edition feature only (RTL-E?).
Fasten your seat belt and it won't shift to park when opening the door.With the 2020 push button, just found out today, you cannot drive with the door open, it automatically switched into park.
To be clear, I was in my driveway, trying to move up about 3 feet.
Get ready to live with the mushy brakes. My Tacoma was just as bad, if not worse.Now with 600 miles on our '19. Things I have noticed...
The brake pedal is mushy when trying to stop hard. It does stop, it just has more travel than I've seen in any car.
The transmission is slow to decide what to do when trying to accelerate.
The throttle response is typical "fly by wire. " Poor.
Wife says her feet aren't getting heat like every other car we've had.
IME, if you slightly oscillate the steering wheel back-and-forth when you're coming to a stop until you are completely stopped, idle stop will not engage. Once you are stopped, give it a sec or two and you can stop shaking the steering wheel. ymmvOn the 2020 with idle stop, once the engine stops you can restart the engine by bumping the steering wheel. Engine restarts and stays running. Restart is fast and silent.