- Locate the cruise control stalk on the left hand side of the steering column.
- Activate cruise control by turning the switch on the top of the cruise stalk to the ON position.
- The speedometer icon will appear in the available multi-function display.
Set cruising speed
- When you get to your cruising speed, press the rocker switch at the end of the cruise stalk toward SET/-. The green CRUISE light will appear in the instrument cluster.
- To increase your speed, press the rocker switch up, toward RES/+.
- To reduce speed, press the rocker switch down, toward SET/-.
Cancel and resume
- To cancel the cruise speed, press the brake pedal or turn the switch on the top of the stalk to CANCEL. The CRUISE light will go off.
- To resume your speed, press the rocker switch up, toward RES/+.
Your most recently set speed will appear as a small icon in the available multi-function display. It will remain in memory until you turn off the vehicle, or until you turn the switch on the top of the cruise stalk to the OFF position.
Using the cruise control when it is not possible to drive safely at a constant speed can be dangerous and can lead to an accident and serious personal injuries.
- Never use cruise control when driving in heavy or varying traffic or when you cannot keep a safe distance between you and the vehicles ahead of you.
- Never use cruise control on steep, winding, or slippery roads (such gravel roads, wet roads, or snowy or icy roads) or on roads with standing water.
- Never use cruise control when driving off-road or on unpaved roads.
- Always adjust your speed and the distance you keep between you and the vehicles ahead of you to the road, traffic, weather, and visibility conditions.
- To help prevent unintended operation of cruise control, switch the system off when it is not being used.
- It is dangerous to use the Resume feature when the previously set speed is too high for the existing road, traffic, or weather conditions.
- When going downhill, the cruise control may not be able to maintain a constant speed. The vehicle will speed up because of its own weight. Downshift and/or use the foot brake to slow the vehicle.
This website is not a substitute for the Owner’s Manual. The Owner’s Manual contains detailed information about all your vehicle’s features plus important warnings about vehicle and passenger safety. Please read it carefully.