Drive to the speed you prefer.
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Take your foot off the accelerator pedal.
The indicator, current gap setting and set speed appear in the instrument cluster display when you initially activate adaptive cruise control.
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After a few seconds, the graphic in the instrument cluster display changes to show that adaptive cruise control is active.
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A vehicle image illuminates if there is a vehicle detected in front of you.
Note:   When adaptive cruise control is active, the speedometer may vary slightly from the set speed displayed in the instrument cluster display.
Setting the Adaptive Cruise Speed from a Complete Stop
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The set speed adjusts to 15 mph when in imperial units or 20 km/h when in metric units.
The indicator, current gap setting and set speed appear in the instrument cluster display.
Note:   The system activates from a complete stop only when it detects a lead vehicle in close proximity.
Manually Changing the Set Speed
Missing Image  Press and release the toggle button upward to increase the set speed in small increments. Press and hold the toggle button upward to increase the set speed in large increments. Release the button when the set speed is equal to the preferred speed.Missing Image  Press and release the toggle button downward to decrease the set speed in small increments. Press and hold the toggle button downward to decrease the set speed in large increments. Release the button when the set speed is equal to the preferred speed.
You can also press the accelerator or brake pedal until you reach the speed you prefer. Press the toggle button upward or downward to select the current speed as the set speed.
 The system may apply the brakes to slow the vehicle to the new set speed.The set speed continuously displays in the instrument cluster display when the system is active.