Sounds about the same to me but with a time limit. This is from my manual.No, those are 2 completely different technologies. Auto brake hold allows you to release the brake pedal and the car will apply pressure... until you hit the gas then you'll start moving again...for example at a stoplight, traffic, drive through, school drop off, etc., etc...its very useful.
That was my assumption as well!It's an odd omission for the Pacifica, as it has the electronic parking brake, and it has the full speed adaptive cruise control that can hold the vehicle at a stop in traffic, but they don't have the optionality to have the auto brake hold for normal driving. Seems like it should just a be a software element that could be programmed. More FCA quirks
My dislike of the Odyssey hold is that I had to turn it on every time I got in the car.That was my assumption as well!
I have an Odyssey now with the Brake-hold feature but was considering the 2021 Pacifica Hybrid but now it's completely off my list. (unless brake hold is somewhere deep in the screen menu)