How Does The Speed Limiter Work?
The system allows you to set a speed to which your vehicle becomes limited. The set speed sets the effective maximum speed of your vehicle. You can temporarily exceed the set speed if required, for example to overtake.
The controls are on the steering wheel.
Switching the Speed Limiter On and Off
Press to switch the system on.
The system activates with the current vehicle speed as the set speed. Press again to switch the system off.
Speed Limiter Precautions
WARNING: When you are going downhill, your vehicle speed may increase above the set speed. The system will not apply the brakes but a warning displays. Failure to follow this warning could result in serious personal injury or death.
Speed Limiter Indicators
It illuminates in the instrument cluster when the system is standby or active.
Speed Limiter Audible Warnings
If you accidently exceed the set speed, the set speed indicator flashes and an audible warning tone sounds.
If you intentionally exceed the set speed, only the set speed indicator flashes.
Setting the Speed Limit
Press with the limiter in standby mode to set the limiter to the current vehicle speed. Speed limitation activates and the symbol in the instrument cluster appears green.
Resuming the Set Speed Limit
Press again to resume the limiter. The symbol in the instrument cluster appears green.
Changing the Set Speed Limit
You can adjust the set speed in small or large increments. Press the toggle button upward or downward once to adjust the set speed in small increments. Press and hold the toggle button upward or downward to adjust the set speed in large increments.
Canceling the Set Speed Limit
Press to cancel the limiter and place it in standby mode. The symbol in the instrument cluster appears grey.
Intentionally Exceeding the Set Speed Limit
Firmly press the accelerator to temporarily turn the system off. The system reactivates once your vehicle speed drops below the set speed.
Refer to your Owner's Manual for specific information regarding Speed Limiters.