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Usefulness of Adaptive Cruise

evnoobevnoob Posts: 39
edited December 2014 in Honda
Hi all,
I'm trying to weigh the pros and cons of Honda Civic EX-L (with Navigation) vs Hyundai Elantra Limited.

I feel like the Elantra has everything the Civic with a better exterior design, but it lacks some of the "cool" safety/convenience features such as: adaptive cruise, lane departure warning, and blind spot camera.

But I like about the Elantra it's interior and external design and that it'll probably cost less in terms of monthly lease fees (correct me if I'm wrong?)

The only feature that I'm worried I might regret not having if I go with the Elantra is the adaptive cruise, in some days I will have 70-mile long distance commute on Florida's I-4 (140miles round trip). I'm thinking adaptive cruise will be a great convenience to me, but I'm not sure if it is really that useful. Do you have any thoughts on that?

Thanks!
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