Range Rover Evoque: Automatic switch off

Cruise control will switch off but the set speed will remain in the memory when: - The CAN button (3) is pressed.

- The brake pedal is pressed.

- Speed falls below 30km/h (18mph).

- Neutral, Park or Reverse gear is selected on vehicles with automatic transmission.

- Dynamic Stability Control is operating.

- The difference between the actual and set speed is too great.

- The vehicle reaches a speed of 170km/h (105.6mph).

- The accelerator pedal is used to accelerate beyond the set speed for too long a period.

Cruise control will switch off and clear the memory when: - The ignition system is switched off.

- A fault occurs. The cruise control system will switch off and cannot be used until the fault is cleared.

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