I always have my lane keep turned off. It actually works well, but kind of reminds me of my first car, a 1966 Plymouth with bad ball joints.turn off lane keep assist.
lane keep activates at 40mph. if you are taking a turn and cross the line even slightly it tries to pull you back, feels like you are fighting the steering.
in full active mode (vs. standard) it is highly aggressive at this.
I always have my lane keep turned off. It actually works well, but kind of reminds me of my first car, a 1966 Plymouth with bad ball joints.
I played with it for the first 2 months I had the car, but in the end I turned it off, I like to be in control and I don't like that the car fights me in turns and lane changes.. I don't always use my signal changing lanes, I drive in Los Angeles and doing so is an indication to the jack-hat in the adjoining lane to speed up and block you.
might be great on a long drive to take the pressure off, but in day to day traffic IMO LKA is more of hinderance. Great for idiots that text and drive or do other distracting things, I focus on driving not "multitasking" and I like to be in full control.
I've tried different setting on two different cars for 50,000 miles. I never feel it trying to take over or tug at me. If I take my hands off the wheel it will take me around a gentle curve, but on the straight, it may let me drift off. Aside from the haptic wheel, it seems pretty much useless.
I believe we have the same problem. I thought it was perhaps the stock tires , but switched over to my snow tires and have the same issue. It only seems to occur when the curve has a consistent radius and it doesn't seem to matter what speed I am going. LKA is never turned on. Service department could not replicate the problem. Do you have the Sport model?I have a similar problem with my 2018 G80. With the LKA off the steering feels like it’s grabbing and sticking when going around a curve. It takes extra effort to control.
The dealer or at least the young guy at the service department seemed to think there was nothing wrong. I might be crazy but I have driven many different cars for many years and this just doesn’t seem right.
Appreciate any further input.