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Queue assist enhances the adaptive cruise control follow mode feature. See FOLLOW MODE.

Queue assist operates at lower speeds than follow mode, allowing the system to be used in slow-moving lines of traffic. Queue assist activates when adaptive cruise control is active and when a vehicle in the lane ahead slows to a standstill. Queue assist brings the vehicle to a standstill. Briefly press the accelerator pedal when the vehicle ahead moves forward. Adaptive cruise control now maintains a constant gap to the vehicle ahead.


Queue assist may not recognize a stationary vehicle or object. It is important that the driver is prepared to press the brake pedal when approaching stationary vehicles or objects, to avoid an impact if necessary.

In certain conditions, queue assist also applies the Electric Parking Brake (EPB).

The Electric Parking Brake (EPB) is applied if:

  • Queue assist is canceled.

  • The vehicle stops for more than three minutes.

  • Driver exit is detected.

  • A vehicle malfunction is detected.