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USING CRUISE CONTROL

WARNING

Make sure the relevant safety warnings have been read and understood before driving the vehicle. See CRUISE CONTROL SAFETY.

  1. LIM.

  2. CANCEL.

  3. SET+ position.

  4. - position.

  5. Speed control and RES.

Cruise control allows the vehicle to automatically maintain a set vehicle speed. Controls mounted on the steering wheel are used to operate the system. The driver can also intervene, at any time, by using the brake or accelerator pedals.

NOTES

Do not use cruise control when driving off-road.

While driving at the desired speed, move and release the speed control switch (5) to the SET+ position (3). The instrument panel displays an information lamp to confirm that the system is operational.

The LIM icon on the steering wheel controls also illuminates green to confirm cruise control is operational.

To increase the set speed, move and release the speed control switch (5) to the SET+ position (3). A single movement of the switch raises the vehicle's speed by 2 km/h (1 mph). Alternatively, press the accelerator pedal to increase the set speed. When the new desired speed is reached, move and release the speed control switch to the SET+ position.

NOTES

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

Move and release the speed control switch (5) to the - position to lower the set speed. A single movement of the switch lowers the vehicle's speed by 2 km/h (1 mph).

Press the CANCEL button to cancel cruise control. The set speed is retained in the system's memory until the vehicle is switched off.

Press the speed control (RES) switch to resume the set speed from the system's memory.

WARNING

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