2020 Touring surges during light to moderate acceleration, anyone else?
Thank you.I get this when accelerating gently up the hill on my street, and when accelerating lightly (the Mitsubishi loaner car I had with a CVT did not do this under the same conditions). when I go in for my air conditioning service next week I'm going to ask them about that. .....This issue has popped up in number of different threads on the form.
Yes this happens on my 2019. I would say it started at around 1500 miles or so, I only have 3200 on it now. I took it into the dealership, they said it is a known issue requiring a computer fix - not sure if I believe that or not. Disappointed since I waited a year to get this vehicle after being a long time happy Honda customer but the Ascent fit was I was looking for over the new style of Honda Pilot.
What's your build date?We started experiencing the shudder issue with our 2020 ascent Limited after owning it about 20 months. We took it last week and the serviceman was able to see it happen! We got word this morning that we are getting a warranty replacement transmission!
2021 Touring - I noticed the same thing. It just occurred yesterday for the first time. 2300 miles. I'm in NC and the in-laws have a steep driveway. Going up slowly caused the issue.Definitely a problem going slowly up hill in my 2020. I put it in manual to overcome, but not the best solution.
I will try that tonight if I remember. We are headed over there for dinner. We have, however, gone up their driveway 3 or 4 times already and only noticed it last night for the first time. I don't think it's a breaking issue - more of a sputtering for about 1/2 second and then it resolves itself. I think it's just the system trying to figure things out. Once it does, everything works. And if I recall correctly, it was on the initial acceleration at the bottom of the hill.What happens if you turn off Eyesight pre-collision braking?