<<When I use ACC and I'm going down a hill I hit cancel and let the Jeep coast and actually speed up...>>
In my neck of the woods the next step would be noticing the flashing lights in your rear view mirror.
<<I would not use my brakes to regulate my speed when going downhill, especially during long descents. >>
That's where we only partially agree. On long descents, absolutely downshift and use engine braking. On rolling hills the brakes do the job, especially nice sized 4-wheel discs like the V6 Cherokee has. On top of that, the 3.2 doesn't seem to exhibit strong engine braking from my experience.
With a transmission as problematic as the Cherokee's seems to be, I think I'll avoid unnecessary downshifting. But that's just me.
2015 Cherokee Limited - Ordered 10/21 and built 11/14. Took delivery on 11/21/14 - Deep Cherry, V6, ADII, all the tech stuff and options except a sunroof, CD player, subwoofer and charging pad.
Last edited by Dodgeboy; 02-09-2015 at 10:32 PM.