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Mine is definitely a nudge. Similar experience with MG, RAV4, Cashqai, all of which do much the same so very used to it over last 8 years. Never had a drama.alan sh wrote: ↑Fri Jun 17, 2022 7:47 amFirstly, it doesn't operate under 40mph. Secondly, it needs white lines to operate. A narrow country road shouldn't make it come on. Thirdly, it isn't a 'strong' tug. Lastly, like you, I turn it off most of the time.
I don't use autohold either. I find if I am on a slight incline, the car moves back a tad before the engine engages. If I use the handbrake, it disengages when the car is trying to move forward so, it doesn't go back at all.
I use autohold in start stop traffic basically to so that I don't have to keep my foot on the brake pedal. Rest of the time it is left off.