The fact that the ACC turns off after a few seconds of coming to a stop in highway traffic bugs me. Why would it turn off and start me rolling into the car in front of me? It's not that I am not paying attention, trust me, I am hovering on the brakes to make sure the vehicle stops. My wife's 2017 Pacifica with ACC did come to a complete stop and would hold stopped even when the car in front started moving again. All you had to do is hit resume and on you go. This seems like a safer way to me. Not sure when/why the changed it. Or is it different in Chryslers? You wouldn't think so. Anyone from FCA have an answer on this?