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The driver must always make sure that a safe speed is maintained within the speed limit, taking account of traffic and road conditions. Driving without due care an attention greatly increases the risk of an accident.


In certain conditions, such as a steep downhill gradient, the vehicle's speed may exceed the set cruising speed. Driver intervention may be required as engine braking is unable to maintain or reduce the vehicle's speed. Driving at speeds above the set cruising speed may infringe on local laws.


Do not use cruise control in heavy traffic, or conditions where a constant road speed cannot be safely maintained. Conditions include, but are not limited to, roads that are winding, wet with rain or snow, slippery or unpaved. Using cruise control in these conditions increases the risk of loss of control of the vehicle.

  1. LIM.

  2. SET+.

  3. RES.

  4. -.

  5. CAN.

Cruise control allows the vehicle to automatically maintain a set vehicle speed. The system is operated by controls mounted on the steering wheel. The driver can also intervene at any time by using the brake or accelerator pedals.

While driving at the desired speed, press the SET+ button to activate cruise control. The instrument panel displays an information lamp to confirm that the system is operational. See CRUISE CONTROL (GREEN).

The speedometer displays the set speed as a marker, or the instrument panel displays the speed as a numeric value, depending on the vehicle's specification. The Head-Up Display (HUD) can also display the set speed. See HEAD-UP DISPLAY (HUD).


Cruise control can only be activated at speeds above 20 mph (32 km/h).

To increase the set speed, press the SET+ button. A single press of the button raises the vehicle's speed by 1 mph (2 km/h). Alternatively, press the accelerator pedal. When the new desired speed is reached, press the SET+ button.


Cruise control cancels if the accelerator pedal is pressed to override the system for more than 5 minutes.

Press the - button to lower the set speed. A single press of the button lowers the vehicle's speed by 1 mph (2 km/h).

Press the CAN button to cancel cruise control. The system's memory retains the set speed until the vehicle's ignition is switched off.


The vehicle's set speed is cleared if All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) is enabled.

Press the RES button to resume the set speed from the system's memory.


The RES button should only be used if the driver is aware of the set speed and intends to return to it. Pressing the RES button when not aware of the set speed may lead to loss of control of the vehicle.

Cruise control also cancels if:

  1. The brake pedal is pressed.

  2. The gear selector is moved to Neutral (N) or Reverse (R).

  3. Dynamic driving mode is selected. See DYNAMIC MODE.

  4. The Electric Parking Brake (EPB) is applied.