I had a slightly similar situation last week with my Passport. A car was turning left & I was starting to accelerate to continue straight when all of a sudden the brakes slammed on. Luckily the car behind me didn’t hit me. My head went back & forth twice. I didn’t think anything more about what had happened until 2-3 days later when I was dealing with whiplash symptoms. I had a Pilot before & it would do the occasional tap but never slammed on the brakes. I will look into how I can turn down the sensitivity or turn it off. I can’t deal with whiplash again because the vehicle thinks I’m going to collide with a car that is turning left & I am going straight.Well, I had a real close call due to my own slightly aggressive driving and the response of the Collision system. There was a car in the left lane this morning going 50 in a 55 (aka 75 during rush hour.) People eventually started to pass around her on the right and jump back into the left. As I went for my move the car abruptly started braking and cut the gas because it thought I was going to hit the car in the middle lane as I was moving to the left lane. It basically acted like I was brake checking the lady going slow in the left lane. Thankfully she was able to stop but it scared the crap out of me and her. I felt really bad. I had my foot on the gas and all of a sudden the gas pedal was cut off and the brakes jammed on really card. If the system had been off it would have been no problem. I didn't think the move I was making was nutty. It was aggressive but there was at least two car lengths for me to move into.
Anyway. The system works and is extremely cautious. I decided to leave it on and just chill out but I would turn it off if I was trying get some where quick and needed to make some tight passes.