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Cruise control maintains the selected speed between approx. 20 and 150 mph (30 and 240 km/h) without the user having to press the accelerator.
It is operated via the lower left lever on the steering wheel.
ASwitch adaptive cruise control on/offf
1Set/increase the desired speed
2Reduce the desired speed
3Interrupt cruise control operation (OFF)
4Resume the stored speed (RESUME)
Active braking interventions are automatically performed to be able to better maintain the preselected speed (especially when driving downhill).
Unsafe traffic situations and unfavorable road conditions
Using cruise control can lead to an accident if the prevailing traffic situation does not allow you to drive at a sufficient distance and constant speed.
Switching cruise control readiness on
Cruise control readiness
The gray symbol on the multifunction display indicates readiness.
Maintaining and storing the speed
The speed currently being driven is displayed under the cruise control symbol, which has now turned orange, and automatically maintained.
Changing the speed
The speed can be increased using the gas pedal as usual. This does not change the stored value; it is resumed after the pedal is released.
Interrupting cruise control operation – OFF
The speed driven before the interruption remains stored in the memory and can be resumed by pressing the control stalk.