I recently purchased a 2017 CRV EX-L from my brother. While learning the operation of the standard cruise control (not ACC-Adaptive Cruise Control), I ran across something new and different. I've owned new Honda's since 96' (Accord & Odysseys). While setting a desired speed with the cruise control is the same as my previously owned Honda's, incrementally increasing the speed operates totally different. For example: I'm driving along and tap the cruise control "Set" button to 65mph. I then decide I want to increase the "Set" speed to 70mph, so I toggle the (+) symbol until the speedometer reaches 70mph and let up on the toggle button (this is how all my previously owned Honda's functioned in this scenario). Well, much to my surprise after letting up on the toggle button, the CRV continued to rapidly accelerate in speed. I immediately tapped the brake to stop the cruise function. It similarly does the same thing in reverse when I toggle the (-) symbol to decelerate, as the speed continued to decline even though I let go of the toggle button. I was convinced my cruise function was faulty and called the dealership to have it looked at. The service manager explained the correction operation, which I tried and it works exactly as described: While in standard cruise control, tap "Set" for the desired speed setting. If a faster speed is then desired, toggle the (+) symbol for a mili-second and it will increase the speed 1mph each time you tap for a mili-second. If you hold down the (+) symbol for one complete second (literally count in your head "one thousand one") and release the (+) toggle, it will increase the speed in 5mph increments, each time the toggle is held for one complete second. The same rules apply for decelerating the cruise-setting, using the (-) toggle symbol. Hope this helps someone who may have owned older Honda's and the cruise control function has you puzzled and frustrated.