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ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL OVERVIEW

WARNING

Adaptive cruise control is not a substitute for driving safely, with due care and attention. Driving without due care and attention greatly increases the risk of an accident.

WARNING

Adaptive cruise control may not function properly under all weather and road conditions. Do not use adaptive cruise control in poor visibility, specifically fog, heavy rain, spray or snow. Using adaptive cruise control in these conditions increases the risk of loss of control of the vehicle.

WARNING

Adaptive cruise control does not react to pedestrians or objects in the highway. Additionally, adaptive cruise control does not react to stationary or slow moving vehicles traveling below 6 mph (10 km/h), or oncoming vehicles in the same lane. Always drive with due care and attention. Driving without due care and attention greatly increases the risk of an accident.

WARNING

Adaptive cruise control uses a radar sensor mounted at the front of the vehicle, behind the badge in the centre of the front grille. Keep this area of the vehicle clean and free from obstructions, e.g., stickers, debris, mud, snow, or ice. Failure to keep this area of the vehicle clean and free from obstructions may result in the system failing to identify objects ahead.

Adaptive cruise control comprises a number of different features including: