boba7523 wrote:Wow that's very dangerous. Makes me wonder what the real world usage of ProPilot is. Makes me think that it's a gimmick versus really being able to make you less fatigued while driving.
If anything, it'd increase my heart rate just by not being able to 100% rely on it and not know if one moment it might decide to accelerate towards a black boxy vehicle.
I'm on the market for a 2018 Nissan Leaf and the unreliability of the ProPilot and the battery degradation (in sunny Southern California weather of 100F+) is really discouraging given I've test driven this car and love it...........
I've learned to use mine as just an enhanced version of regular cruise control - at speed, on the highway or main streets only. I don't use it for stop and go driving because of the too-abrupt braking, too weak acceleration, and now because of the truck blindness issue.