Activating or deactivating the cruise
Resuming at last set speed or
Setting current or lower speed, or
Canceling the cruise control
The cruise control must be activated before
you can set a speed. When you turn off the
engine, the cruise control is deactivated
Press ON/OFF button : briefly.
The cruise control is activated.
(USA only) or V (Canada only)
appears in the multifunction display.
Setting current speed
You can set any speed above 20 mph
Accelerate the vehicle to the desired
With the cruise control activated, press
SET/− button = briefly.
Remove your foot from the accelerator
The current speed is set and the vehicle
maintains that speed.
appears in the
multifunction display to indicate that
the speed has been set.
Canada only: The set speed appears in the
multifunction display next to cruise
control symbol V.
On uphill grades, the cruise control
may not be able to maintain the set speed.
Once the grade eases, the set speed will
On downhill grades, the cruise control
can only maintain the set speed using the
engine's braking power. You must apply
the brakes yourself when the vehicle does
not slow down sufficiently. This will
cancel the cruise control.
Canceling cruise control
When the cruise control is activated, you
can cancel it at any time and resume the set
Press CANCEL button ? briefly.
Depress the brake pedal.
The cruise control is canceled.
The cruise control deactivates
you depress the brake pedal
the vehicle speed is below 20 mphh
is in operation.
Resuming last set speed
The "Resume" function should only be
operated if the driver is fully aware of the
previously set speed and wishes to resume
this particular preset speed.
The set speed stored in memory should only
be set again if prevailing road conditions
and legal speed limits permit. Possible
acceleration or deceleration differences
arising from returning to the preset speed
could cause an accident and/or serious
injury to you and others.