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Lane Keep Assist (LKA) is a driving aid only. The driver is responsible for driving with due care and attention, and in manner which is safe for the vehicle, its occupants, and other road users. The driver should still observe all road markings.


Low tyre pressure and/or steering tracking out of alignment affects the performance of the LKA feature. Both of these conditions may apply an effect where constant steering adjustment is required.

LKA is an enhancement of the lane departure warning system.

The LKA feature aids the driver to keep the vehicle in the current carriageway lane, e.g., while driving on a multi-lane road. When the vehicle becomes too close to lane markings on either side, without the direction indicators being used, the driver is made aware of it.

A rotational force is automatically applied to the steering wheel. The force can be felt by the driver and it indicates that a steering correction should be made. The rotational force can be overridden to make a lane change without use of the direction indicators.

When an override is made, and a lane change is made without use of the direction indicators, lane departure warning alerts are triggered. See LANE DEPARTURE WARNING.

When the lane departure warning system is switched on, the LKA feature can be selected via Driver Assistance menu, in the instrument panel menu. See INSTRUMENT PANEL MENU.

When the ignition is switched off and on again, the last choice of lane departure warning or LKA is reinstated.

The LKA feature is disabled when a fault is detected. A message is displayed in the message centre. When the fault does not clear after the ignition is switched off and on again, consult a retailer/authorised repairer.