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When the vehicle is stationary, press and hold the brake pedal to maintain control of the vehicle while using the SET+ button.


Light and gentle application of the accelerator pedal temporarily overrides the current set speed. When the accelerator pedal is fully released, the All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) system reverts back to the previously selected set speed.


Selecting very low speeds when pulling away on slippery surfaces can affect the vehicle's ability to make progress. For improved pulling away performance, it is recommended to select a set speed that is sufficient to maintain the vehicle's progress.


Light and gentle application of the brake pedal lowers the set speed in full function mode. When the brake pedal is fully released, the ASPC system maintains the speed at which the vehicle was traveling when the brake pedal was released. If the brake pedal is pressed when the ASPC system is active, a slight pulsation movement may be felt through the brake pedal.

When the ASPC system is enabled, the desired set speed for the vehicle can be set and adjusted. Use the control buttons mounted on the right side of the steering wheel.

Operate as follows:

  1. SET+ button: Press once to enable the ASPC system to recognize that the desired set speed is to be set and adjusted. Press repeatedly, or press and hold, to increase the set speed, up to a maximum speed of 19 mph (30 km/h). Alternatively, when driving, press the SET+ button for the vehicle's current speed to be the set speed. The instrument panel displays the current set speed.

  2. - button: Press repeatedly, or press and hold, to decrease the desired set speed, down to a minimum speed of 2.2 mph (3.5 km/h).

  3. RES button: Press to resume the set speed if the vehicle's speed was lowered via gentle application of the brake pedal.


    RES should only be used if the driver is aware of the set speed and intends to return to it. Inappropriate use can potentially lead to vehicle damage or personal injury.

  4. CAN button: Press to exit full function mode and revert the ASPC system to descent control mode. See USING ALL SURFACE PROGRESS CONTROL (ASPC).


    Pressing the CAN button retains the set speed for future use, unless the ASPC system or the ignition system is switched off.

The incremental increases or decreases of the set speed are influenced by the current set speed:

  • 0.3 mph (0.5 km/h) increments if the set speed is between 0 and 3 mph (0 and 5 km/h).

  • 0.6 mph (1 km/h) increments if the set speed is between 3 and 6 mph (5 and 10 km/h).

  • 1.2 mph (2 km/h) increments if the set speed is between 6 and 19 mph (10 and 30 km/h).

When the vehicle is traveling at speeds between 19 mph (30 km/h) and 50 mph (80 km/h), ASPC operation is suspended. The system enters stand-by mode and the instrument panel flashes ASPC warning lamp. ASPC operation resumes when the vehicle's speed is less than 19 mph (30 km/h). If the vehicle’s speed exceeds 50 mph (80 km/h), the ASPC system disables and the ASPC warning lamp extinguishes. If required, ASPC has to be switched on again. See ALL SURFACE PROGRESS CONTROL (ASPC) (AMBER).