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ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL AUTO OFF

Adaptive cruise control automatically deactivates, but does not clear its memory, when:

  • The CANCEL button (7) on the steering wheel is pressed.

  • The brake pedal is pressed.

  • The radar sensor at the front of the vehicle becomes blocked. See ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL OVERVIEW.

  • The difference between the vehicle’s current speed and the adaptive cruise control set speed is too great.

  • The accelerator is used to raise the vehicle’s speed above the adaptive cruise control set speed for a long period of time.

  • The vehicle’s maximum speed is reached.

  • The engine’s maximum speed is reached.

Depending on circumstances, adaptive cruise control may automatically deactivate, but does not clear its memory, when:

  • Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) activates.

  • Electronic Traction Control (ETC) activates.

Adaptive cruise control automatically deactivates, and its memory is cleared when:

  • The vehicle’s ignition is switched off.

  • A fault occurs in the adaptive cruise control system.

Adaptive cruise control can be reactivated by pressing the SET+ or RESUME buttons on the steering wheel.

WARNING

The RESUME button should only be pressed if the driver is aware of the set speed and intends to return to it.