When I have my 6speed auto Elantra on CC while on the highway, before ascending hills, I slightly accelerate (while still holding 6th gear) above my usual pace. As I ascend the hill, I ease off the accelerator (often still holds 6th gear), till the CC takes over at the top of the hill (still in 6th gear). Can a similar method be used with a CVT? Or will the CVT start gearing higher rpms, so the stepped automatic technique can't be applied? My old Dodge Caliber w/CVT didn't have a tachometer or the rpm range that the Hyundai does.