I keep reading about problems with phantom braking however in over a year of ownership, and 24,000km I have never experienced it yet. I realize one hears about problems on a forum as opposed to no problems but how wide spread is it. Are there only a hundred vehicles or so that have this problem? Not too many people will post about not having this issue so I figured I would ask.
I have experienced what I call premature automatic braking when the car judges things are too close for comfort in both my Mercedes and Ridgeline though yet not on the Y.
Am I alone here or are there others who have never experienced phantom braking.
Since you have a 2020 I would not expect you to have phantom braking issues (at this time).
My co-worker with a 2020 M3 SR+ had never experienced phantom braking, driving on the same highways that I drive on and didn't know what I was talking about... he thought I was nuts or exaggerating. Then he got FSD Beta (a vision only system) and now he knows what I have been going through.
If you don't drive on two lane highways, or you have a radar equipped car that is still using radar enabled software you will seldom if ever have sever phantom braking problems. If you don't have radar AND drive two lane highways it is infuriating and borderline dangerous if you have someone behind you. I use "speed limit mode" as a poor mans dumb cruise control now. It sucks not being able to change max allowed speed, but for my daily commute this is not a concern... and it sucks a lot less than vision only TACC on a two lane highway.