Personally, I really like the way the Niro steering feels with LKAS off and the way it stays where I point it. With it on, it makes more steering corrections than I would so typically I'm resisting it's actions so it doesn't alarm. It cannot be trusted, and it routinely swerves towards exits and then turns off, or it turn off just as a curve gets sharper. However, I turn it off very seldom, typically on winding secondary roads where it serves zero purpose and takes the fun out of driving fast. On normal highways, despite the leftward bias, it does help reduce the attention it takes, and thus I arrive more rested despite the annoyance of unneeded corrections. I'm also of the opinion that if it saves my life just once, however unlikely that might be, it is worth it.
2018 Kia LX HEV Metal Stream with Advanced Tech