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I have a deposit down on a FWD SE Taos, in transit to the dealer.

Is the SE trim capable of using adaptive cruise control and/or lane keeping assist in stop and go traffic, as opposed to 'travel assist' on the highway?

In driving another car with adaptive cruise control, I found it was very useful in low speed stop-and-go traffic and I want to make sure the SE trim can do this.

Edit: I see from watching some videos that the adaptive cruise does work all the way down to a complete stop. I think the lane assist might not work at low speeds (below 40 mph?). The other car I drove (Subaru Legacy) was like that too.

Some VW's have 'traffic jam assist' where the car will keep centered in its lane even at low speeds, but I haven't seen anything that says the Taos in SE trim can do this.

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Yes, it comes to a complete stop. If it stops, you manually start again when traffic moves by touching the gas. It then takes over acceleration.

I use it around town. You can adjust response from Eco to whatever they call the fastest. I like that one. You can also select one of 5 follow distance settings.
 
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