I am looking at purchasing a 2017 Honda CR-V Touring and am wondering how I can downshift to control my speed going down steep mountain roads, like Berthoud Pass or Floyd Hill in Colorado? My current Volvo XC70 has a semi-automatic transmission where I can select the gear to use when driving downhill. The Honda only has the D, S and L settings for the transmission. On snow covered roads, I like to drive at most 35 mph down the mountain passes. Will the L setting permit me to keep the speed at or below 35 mph? Please let me know you're experiences with the 2017 CR-V on snow covered and mountain roads.