The a/c on high is very quiet compared to my 08 Odyssey, the cooling seats are divine!, adding tint with quiet a/c and cooling seats makes for a nicely cooled humid and hot drive home from the dealership. That's as far as I've got so far.
1. Lane Keep Assist. I tend to drift more as I get older.
2. Adaptive Cruise Control. Makes longer trips less burdensome.
3. Assisted Braking. Hopefully never needed but could be life-saving if needed.
I really appreciate how KIA makes most of their wide-ranging, effective, and advanced safety suite features standard across all trim levels. Unlike, say, GM where most safety features are only available on higher trim levels and expensive add-on packages.
For example, we were seriously considering the Traverse in the 2nd up LT Cloth trim. But to get most of the safety features KIA makes standard on the Telluride, we would've had to go 3 trim levels higher to the Premier, at considerable expense, to even be eligible for forward auto. braking, forward collision alert, lane keep assist with departure warning, following distance indicator, and front pedestrian braking. Even then, at the Premier trim, those features were OPTIONAL, at extra expense. Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control isn't available until or unless you pony up for the top-of-the-line High Country trim, well past $50,000.00 Goodbye GM, Hello KIA.
We took our Telluride SX on a road trip over the weekend using the navigation system. When we crossed state lines with a time change the infotainment system immediately updated which was a great feature. I noticed that it also took into account the time changes when giving us our arrival time. Overall it was the most comfortable road trip we have experienced. The self driving car features were wonderful and worked amazingly well even in road construction areas.