1 33 Adaptive Cruise Control Adaptive Cruise Control Adaptive Cruise Control is a driving support system intended to allow more comfortable driving on expressways, freeways and interstate highways. The vehicle in front in the same traffic lane is detected by means of the stereo cameras, and your vehicle tracks the vehicle in front (up to the maximum speed of the set vehicle speed) while automatically maintaining a following distance that corresponds to the speed of the vehicle in front. Through operation of the electronic parking brake, the system uses the vehicle s conventional braking system to stop your vehicle when the vehicle in front is stopped. The vehicle is capable of being controlled at a speed between approximately 0 and 90 MPH (145 km/h). Please remember that you should not exceed posted speed limits. WARNING This system does not provide the driver with an automatic driving function that handles all traffic conditions. Do not rely excessively on Adaptive Cruise Control. This system is not intended to assist in driving when the driver is not paying full attention to what is ahead of him/her due to distractions or a lack of concentration while driving, or under conditions of poor visibility. It is not intended to prevent rear-end collisions. Strive for safe driving at all times. Always maintain a safe following distance behind the vehicle in front of you, pay attention to your surroundings and the driving conditions, and operate the brake pedal and take other action as necessary. Set the set vehicle speed within a range that is appropriate to the road conditions and surrounding environment. Before using the system, perform a daily inspection and verify that there are no malfunctions of the tires or brakes. Refer to the separate Warranty and Maintenance Booklet. The system may not operate correctly under the conditions listed below. When these conditions occur, do not use Adaptive Cruise Control. - The tire pressure is not correct. *1 - The temporary spare tire is installed on any wheel. *1 - Tires that are worn or have large variations in wear conditions are installed. *1 - Tires other than those of the designated size are installed. *1 - Flat tires have been fixed temporarily with a tire repair kit. - The suspension has been modified (including a genuine SUBARU suspension that has been modified). - Any object that disturbs the stereo cameras view is installed on the vehicle. - The headlights are dirty or they have snow and ice or dirt on them. (Objects are not correctly illuminated and are difficult to detect.) - The optical axes are not aligned correctly. (Objects are not correctly illuminated and are difficult to detect.) - The lights including headlights and fog lamps have been modified. - Vehicle operation has become compromised due to an accident or malfunction. - The brake system warning light is illuminated in red. - A heavy cargo is loaded onto or inside the vehicle. - The maximum number of occupants is exceeded. - There is something wrong with the combination meter; such as when the lights do not illuminate, the beeps do not sound, the display is different from when it is normal, etc. *2 *1: The wheels and tires have functions that are critically important. Be sure to use the correct ones. For details, refer to the Owner s Manual for your vehicle. *2: For details about the combination meter, refer to the Owner s Manual for your vehicle. Continued on next page
2 34 Continued from previous page Adaptive Cruise Control is designed for use on expressways, freeways, toll roads, interstate highways and similar limited access roads. It is not intended to be used in city traffic. In the following conditions, do not use Adaptive Cruise Control. Doing so may result in an accident. - Ordinary roads (roads other than those mentioned above) Depending on the driving environment (complexity of roads and other factors), the system may not be able to perform as the traffic conditions require, and that may result in an accident. - Roads with sharp curves or winding roads - Frozen roads, snow-covered roads or other slippery road surfaces The tires may spin, causing loss of control of the vehicle. - Traffic conditions when frequent acceleration and deceleration make it difficult to maintain the following distance It may not be possible for the system to perform as the traffic conditions require. - Steep downhill grades The set vehicle speed may be exceeded. - On a steep continuous downhill grade The brakes may overheat. - Roads and overpasses with repeated steep uphill and downhill grades Detection of the vehicle in front may be lost, or the road surface may be detected instead of the vehicle in front, making correct control impossible. - When entering a sharp curve into an interchange or junction, or a service area, parking area, toll booth or other facilities Detection of the vehicle in front may not be possible. - When there are changes in brightness, such as at a tunnel entrance or exit - When visibility is poor due to sand, smoke or water vapor blowing in the wind, or when the vehicle in front or oncoming traffic causes water, snow, dirt or dust to obscure the view Detection of the vehicle in front may be lost, or water or other substances may be incorrectly detected instead, making correct control impossible. S When there is snow, frost, dirt or dust on the windshield or it is clouded
3 35 - When water droplets from rain or the window washer, or dirt has not been fully wiped off the windshield It may not be possible to detect the vehicle in front, making correct control impossible. - When the stereo cameras field of view is obstructed (for example by a canoe on the roof of the vehicle) The stereo cameras may have difficulty detecting the following objects or conditions. Operate the brake pedal and take other actions as necessary. - Vehicles at significantly different speeds (vehicles driving slowly, stopped or oncoming vehicles, etc.) - Vehicles cutting into your lane - Motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians and animals, etc. - When light is poor in the evening or early morning - When driving at night or in a tunnel without the headlights on - When driving at night or in a tunnel when there is a vehicle in front that does not have its taillights on - When affected by strong light from the front (sunlight or headlight high beams, etc.) - Vehicles in front that have a rear aspect that is low, small or irregular (the system may recognize another part of the vehicle and will determine operation from that) An empty truck or trailer that has no cargo in the cargo bed being affected by wind Vehicles that have cargo protruding from their back ends Non-standard shaped vehicles (vehicle transporters or vehicles with a sidecar fitted, etc.) Vehicles that are low - Objects that are located close to the bumper of your vehicle S01956 When you do not want to use Adaptive Cruise Control, be sure to turn the (CRUISE) switch off. If the switch is left on, cruise control may be accidentally engaged, possibly resulting in an accident. Before using Adaptive Cruise Control, be sure to fully verify the safety of the vehicle occupants and the area around the vehicle. Never operate the cruise control from outside the vehicle. Continued on next page
4 36 Continued from previous page Detection of the vehicle in front by the EyeSight stereo cameras Under the following road conditions or conditions of your vehicle, detection of the vehicle in front may not be possible. Vehicles in neighboring traffic lanes or roadside objects may also be incorrectly detected. Under conditions such as these, do not use Adaptive Cruise Control. If cruise control is currently in use, operate the brake pedal and take other action as necessary. - When tracking begins from a short following distance, such as when the vehicle in front is a vehicle that cut into your lane S When driving on curved roads, at the start and end of a curve and on roads with continuous curves (These conditions make it difficult for the system to detect vehicles because they are outside the detectable area.) - When driving on an onramp or off-ramp to a freeway, highway, or other restricted access road (EyeSight Adaptive Cruise S01873 Control is not designed for use in this kind of driving environment.) - When driving in an urban, or suburban environment (Adaptive Cruise Control is not appropriate for use in these driving areas. Adaptive Cruise Control should only be used on limited-access highways.)
5 37 - When the vehicle in front is not directly ahead of your vehicle and is shifted to one side S When there is an obstacle at the side of the road - When the relative speed difference compared to the vehicle in front is large - When a vehicle cuts into your lane in front of you - When the distance between vehicles is extremely short - When your vehicle is drifting within the lane - When driving on a bumpy or unpaved road surface - When driving on a road S01875 with extremely narrow lanes, such as when traffic restrictions are in effect or in areas where construction work is taking place - When normal driving has become compromised due to an accident or malfunction - When extremely heavy cargo is loaded in the cargo area, rear seat or trunk of your vehicle There are limits to the capabilities of Adaptive Cruise Control. Even when the vehicle in front is detected, the system may not be able to decelerate in time in cases such as when the difference in speeds is large or when the vehicle in front decelerates suddenly. Operate the brake pedal and decelerate as necessary. If the buzzer sounds frequently, do not use Adaptive Cruise Control. Even when the following distance is short, the brake more warning may not activate in the following cases. - When the relative speed difference compared to the vehicle in front is small (the two vehicles are travelling at almost the same speed) - When the vehicle in front is traveling faster than your vehicle (the following distance is gradually increasing) - When another vehicle cuts into your lane very close to your vehicle - When the vehicle in front decelerated suddenly - When there are repeated uphill and downhill grades
6 38 CAUTION After Adaptive Cruise Control has started, it maintains control continuously according to the behavior of the vehicle in front. When your vehicle comes to a stop if the vehicle in front has stopped, the stay-stopped function is engaged. However, if the EyeSight stereo cameras lost detection of the vehicle in front, the system may not stop your vehicle. Operate the brake pedal and maintain the correct following distance as necessary. Be aware that the EyeSight system has difficulty detecting objects or vehicles that have a relative speed in comparison to your vehicle. Therefore, if the EyeSight system loses detection just as you are approaching a line of stopped cars, for example - you will have to brake manually. There is no possibility that the vehicle will automatically begin moving from a stay-stopped condition without operation from the driver. If the conditions for automatically canceling cruise control ( refer to page 50) are met while the vehicle is stay-stopped, Adaptive Cruise Control is canceled and for safety reasons, the electronic parking brake is automatically applied. Braking may not be sufficient depending on the following conditions. Operate the brake pedal and decelerate as necessary. - Vehicle conditions (amount of load, number of occupants, etc.) - Road conditions (grade, slipperiness, shape, bumps, etc.) - Vehicle maintenance status (brake systems, tire wear, air pressure, temporary spare tire is being used, etc.) - When the brakes are cold. (For example, just after the engine is started or when the outside temperature is low.) - For a short period of time when driving after the engine is started until the engine has warmed-up - When the brakes are overheated on downhill grades (braking effectiveness may be reduced) - When driving in rain or after washing the vehicle (the brakes may become wet and braking effectiveness may be reduced) - When towing a trailer or another vehicle, etc.
7 39 How to use Adaptive Cruise Control Adaptive Cruise Control is available when the engine is turned on. Setting Adaptive Cruise Control (1) Setting Adaptive Cruise Control to standby status Press the (CRUISE) switch. At this time, (Adaptive Cruise Control), your vehicle indicator and the following distance setting are displayed on the EyeSight display area in the multi information display. The set vehicle speed display will read - - MPH. MPG EyeSight display area MPH S01876 miles S01908 If the switch is pressed once more, the EyeSight display will turn off. It will also automatically turn off when the engine is stopped. To set ready status: Adaptive Cruise Control can be set when all of the following conditions are met and is displayed on the EyeSight display area. - All doors (except the rear gate/trunk) are closed. - The driver s seatbelt is fastened. - The electronic parking brake is not engaged (The brake system warning light is turned off.). - The selector lever is in the D position READY indicator and the paddle shift is not operated. S The brake pedal is not depressed. - EyeSight operation is not temporarily stopped. Refer to page The road is not a steep slope. - The steering wheel has not been turned significantly in either direction. - When Vehicle Dynamics Control is in the normal mode or traction mode. - The vehicle speed is between approximately 0 MPH (0 km/h) and 90 MPH (145 km/h). A MPG D MPH miles
8 40 (2) Setting Adaptive Cruise Control Press the RES/SET switch to the SET/-. Adaptive Cruise Control is now set, and cruise control will start. If no vehicle in front has been detected, the vehicle drives at the constant set target speed. When Adaptive Cruise Control is set, the set speed and are displayed on the EyeSight display area. S01878 MPG MPH miles S01879 NOTE The target vehicle speed can be set between 25 MPH (40 km/h) and 90 MPH (145 km/h). If the vehicle speed is approximately 25 MPH (40 km/h) or less when the vehicle speed is set, the set vehicle speed is set to 25 MPH (40 km/h).
9 41 When a vehicle in front is detected, a buzzer sounds 1 short beep and the lead vehicle indicator will illuminate. (white) will turn green. The vehicle tracks the lead vehicle in front and maintains the selected following distance. At this time, the speed upper limit is the set vehicle speed. If the vehicle in front is no longer detected, a buzzer sounds 1 short beep and the lead vehicle indicator turns off. (green) will turn white. MPG MPH miles S01880 NOTE The buzzer sound (lead vehicle acquisition sound) that occurs when a vehicle in front is detected or no longer detected while Adaptive Cruise Control is set can be turned off by customization. Refer to page 90. Operation of Adaptive Cruise Control When no vehicle in front is detected The vehicle drives constantly at the set target vehicle speed between approximately 25 MPH (40 km/h) and 90 MPH (145 km/h). When a vehicle in front is detected The vehicle tracks the lead vehicle in front, and will maintain the chosen following distance (there are three settings), up to the set target vehicle speed - between 25 MPH (40 km/h) and 90 MPH (145 km/h). S01881 S01882
10 42 If your vehicle no longer detects the vehicle in front The vehicle gradually accelerates back to the set target vehicle speed and will drive at that constant speed. If a vehicle in front is detected while accelerating to the set target vehicle speed, vehicle tracking will be started again. S01883 CAUTION If the driver operates the brake pedal during automatic braking, the pedal may feel stiff; however, this is not a malfunction. By depressing the brake pedal further you can apply more braking force. When the brake pedal is released it will return to its original condition. NOTE When the brakes are applied by Adaptive Cruise Control, the vehicle s brake lights will illuminate. Even if there is no lead vehicle present, on a downhill grade, the Adaptive Cruise Control s automatic brake may operate in order to maintain the set target vehicle speed. Some noises may be audible during automatic braking. This is caused by the braking control and does not indicate a malfunction. To temporarily accelerate quickly, use the accelerator pedal. After accelerating, the vehicle will gradually return to the set target vehicle speed shown in the gauge cluster. There are cases where the vehicle in front has turned off the road while your vehicle is still controlled by the automatic braking operation that has activated due to the deceleration of the vehicle in front of yours. In those cases, the brake will be automatically released gradually. Depress the accelerator pedal if necessary. The lead-vehicle tracking function has the following characteristics: - If the lead vehicle s brake lamp is detected, deceleration is started more quickly than without detection. - If the vehicle moves to the fast lane while travelling more than 37 MPH (60 km/h), the system starts acceleration to the set vehicle speed more quickly because it is linked with the turn signal.
11 Increasing the set vehicle target speed Using the RES/SET switch While driving with Adaptive Cruise Control on, operate the RES/SET switch as follows. Push to the RES/+ side briefly. Every time the switch is pushed, the set vehicle target speed will increase in increments of 5 MPH (5 km/h). Push to the RES/+ side continuously. While the switch is being pushed, the set vehicle target speed will increase in S01884 increments of 1 MPH (1 km/h). When operating the switch, the set vehicle target speed changes on the meter display and the multi function display. The set vehicle target speed is shown on the EyeSight display. Using this method, you can fine tune the vehicle s set target speed. Using the accelerator pedal Depressing the accelerator pedal will increase vehicle speed. Once the preferred speed has been attained, push the RES/SET switch to SET/-. When the switch is pressed, the new vehicle target speed will be set. The new set vehicle speed will be displayed in the EyeSight display area. CAUTION When Adaptive Cruise Control is operating, the actual vehicle speed is controlled according to the lead vehicle. Therefore, if the RES/SET switch is pressed to the RES/+ and set to a speed higher than the speed of the lead vehicle, the vehicle will not accelerate - it will maintain a safe following distance as the first priority. However, because doing so changed the set vehicle target speed, when the lead vehicle is no longer detected (for example, if you change to a freeway lane with no vehicles in front), the vehicle will accelerate to that new set target speed. Change the set vehicle target speed while briefly checking the value shown in the set speed display on the EyeSight display. When the accelerator pedal is depressed with Adaptive Cruise Control on, automatic braking control and warnings by Adaptive Cruise Control will not occur. However, if there is a high risk of collision with an obstacle in front of the vehicle at this time, the warning and braking control of the Pre-Collision Braking System may activate. 43
12 Decreasing the set vehicle target speed Using the RES/SET switch While driving with Adaptive Cruise Control on, operate the RES/SET switch as follows. Push to the SET/- side briefly. Every time the switch is pushed, the set vehicle target speed will decrease in increments of 5 MPH (5 km/h). Push to the SET/- side continuously. While the switch is being pushed, the set vehicle target speed will decrease in increments of 1 MPH (1 km/h). When operating the switch, the set vehicle target speed changes on the meter display and the multi function display. S01878 Using the brake pedal (1) Depress the brake pedal to decrease the vehicle speed. (Adaptive Cruise Control will be canceled and will be turned off.) (2) When the desired speed is reached, press the RES/SET switch to the SET/-. The speed at the time of pressing the switch will be set as the new vehicle speed, and it appears in the EyeSight display area. Accelerating temporarily Depress the accelerator pedal to accelerate temporarily. When the accelerator pedal is released, the vehicle returns to the set vehicle speed. 44
13 45 Decelerating temporarily Depress the brake pedal to decelerate temporarily. When the brake pedal is depressed, Adaptive Cruise Control will be canceled. The will be turned off while the set vehicle target speed remains displayed on the EyeSight display area. Release the brake pedal and press the RES/SET switch to RES/+ to reset the set vehicle target speed. SET will be turned off. MPG MPH miles S01885 CAUTION Ordinarily, while Adaptive Cruise Control is functioning, acceleration and deceleration are performed automatically according to the speed of the lead vehicle (if one is detected). However, when your vehicle approaches a lead vehicle, for example if it is necessary to accelerate for a lane change or other reason, and if the vehicle in front suddenly decelerates, or if another vehicle cuts into your path, operate the accelerator pedal or brake pedal and accelerate or decelerate as appropriate for the existing conditions.
14 46 Changing the following distance from the vehicle in front The following distance from the vehicle in front setting can be changed in 3 stages. Following distance setting Display Far Medium Close S01886 NOTE The following distance changes according to the vehicle speed and is further the faster that the vehicle is traveling at. <Approximate guide to following distances> Following distance indicator When you vehicle speed is 25 MPH (40 km/h) When you vehicle speed is 60 MPH (100 km/h) Approx. 100 ft (30 m) Approx. 190 ft (60 m) Approx. 72 ft (22 m) Approx. 145 ft (45 m) Approx. 50 ft (15 m) Approx. 100 ft (30 m)
15 47 Stay-stopped function If the vehicle in front comes to a stop while you are utilizing Adaptive Cruise Control, your vehicle will also come to a stop and will stay stopped. When your vehicle comes to stop after the vehicle in front has stopped, Adaptive Cruise Control is paused and the stay-stopped function is engaged. on the EyeSight display area is turned off and is displayed. At the same time, is turned back to white. MPG HOLD is displayed. MPH S01887 miles S01888 Resuming Adaptive Cruise Control in stay-stopped status Setting using the RES/SET switch Press SET/- ( Refer to page 40 (2) Setting Adaptive Cruise Control.) Press RES/+ ( Refer to page 52 Returning to a vehicle speed that was previously set.) NOTE When Adaptive Cruise Control is resumed from stay-stopped status and the vehicle in front accelerates, your vehicle will also accelerate and continue to track the vehicle in front at the previously set following distance. However, if the lead vehicle does not start moving or pauses, stay-stopped status will be automatically restored after approximately 3 seconds.
16 48 Setting with the accelerator pedal Depressing the accelerator pedal while stay-stopped is engaged cancels stay-stopped status. At this time, Adaptive Cruise Control is resumed. The vehicle will attempt to travel at the previously set vehicle target speed unless a lead vehicle is detected. If a lead vehicle is detected, Adaptive Cruise Control will maintain the previous following distance setting. NOTE If the accelerator pedal is only slightly depressed, the stay-stopped function may not be canceled, and the Adaptive Cruise Control may not be resumed. Canceling the stay-stopped function If any of the following operations is performed, the stay-stopped function will be canceled and the Adaptive Cruise Control will be canceled at the same time. The brake pedal is depressed. The (CRUISE) switch is pressed. The electronic parking brake switch is pressed to apply the Electronic Parking Brake. WARNING While the stay-stopped function is engaged, do not exit the vehicle. The stay-stopped function is not a replacement for engaging the parking brake. When parking, always apply brakes manually to come to a full stop, then set the electronic parking brake. CAUTION The stay-stopped function of cruise control will be canceled under the following conditions: The vehicle is in stay-stopped mode for approximately 2 minutes or more. (A buzzer will sound 5 intermittent beeps and 1 long beep.) Any condition in which automatic cancellation is met. (A buzzer sounds 1 long beep.) Refer to page 50. After the stay-stopped function has been canceled, the Electronic Parking Brake will be automatically applied and the brake system warning light will illuminate. However, if any canceling condition for the Electronic Parking Brake (i.e. the interlock system with the accelerator pedal, switch operation of the electronic parking brake, etc.) is fulfilled, the Electronic Parking Brake will not work. (For details, refer to the Owner s Manual for your vehicle.) If the accelerator pedal is only slightly depressed while the stay-stopped function is activated, the stay-stopped function of cruise control may be canceled, and the Electronic Parking Brake may not work.
17 Setting Adaptive Cruise Control while the Electronic Parking Brake is applied If the Electronic Parking Brake is applied, then before setting cruise control, release the Electronic Parking Brake by depressing the accelerator pedal or by other specified means. For details of how to release the electronic parking brake, refer to the Owner s Manual for your vehicle. Canceling Adaptive Cruise Control Canceling by driver operation Either of the following operations will cancel Adaptive Cruise Control. Depress the brake pedal. will be turned off while the set vehicle target speed remains displayed on the EyeSight display area. MPG SET will be turned off. MPH miles S01885 Press the (CRUISE) switch. will be turned off while the set vehicle target speed remains displayed on the EyeSight display area. When the (CRUISE) switch is pressed again, will be turned off and Adaptive Cruise Control will be turned off. S
18 50 Automatic cancellation by the system In the following cases, a buzzer will sound a single long beep and Adaptive Cruise Control is automatically canceled. ( is displayed on the EyeSight display area.) If the stay-stopped function is engaged, the electronic parking brake will be automatically engaged. OFF is displayed. MPG MPH miles S01890 Conditions for automatic cancellation - The grade of the road is very steep. - ABS, Vehicle Dynamics Control or Traction Control Function is activated. - The vehicle speed has exceeded approximately 100 MPH (160 km/h) while cruise control is set. - The steering wheel was turned significantly in either direction. - The transmission select lever is moved to a position other than D. Cruise control can be resumed after the transmission select lever is returned to the D position. - A paddle shift switch is operated while driving when the transmission select lever is in the D position. Cruise control can be resumed again after the shift indicator returns to D. - Any door (except the rear gate/trunk) is opened. - The driver s seatbelt is unfastened. - The electronic parking brake is engaged manually. (When the brake system warning light is illuminated or flashing.) - When Vehicle Dynamics Control is in the OFF mode The function can be resumed after Vehicle Dynamics Control has been switched to the normal mode or traction mode. - EyeSight operation has temporarily stopped. Refer to page EyeSight is malfunctioning. Refer to page The Pre-Collision secondary braking has activated.
19 51 WARNING Do not use Adaptive Cruise Control on slippery roads. Doing so may result in an accident. CAUTION When shifting the selector lever to the N position, Adaptive Cruise Control will be automatically canceled. Do not shift the lever to the N position unless it is an emergency. Otherwise the engine brake may not operate, which could cause an accident. NOTE If EyeSight operation has temporarily stopped, the Pre-Collision Braking System OFF indicator light and Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light illuminate, and the EyeSight temporary stop indicator is displayed on the multi information display. Refer to page 88. If EyeSight is malfunctioning, the EyeSight warning indicator is displayed on the multi information display, and the Pre-Collision Braking System OFF indicator light and Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light will also illuminate. If this occurs, stop the vehicle in a safe location and then turn off the engine and restart it. If the indicators remain illuminated after restarting the engine, Adaptive Cruise Control cannot be used. This will not interfere with ordinary driving; however the system should be inspected by a SUBARU dealer as soon as possible. Refer to page 87. When the operation of Adaptive Cruise Control has been automatically canceled, perform the set cruise control operation again after the condition that caused the cancellation has been corrected. If the cruise control function cannot be set even after the condition has been corrected, EyeSight may be malfunctioning. This will not interfere with ordinary driving; however contact a SUBARU dealer and have the system inspected.
20 52 Returning to a vehicle speed that was previously set The vehicle speed which was previously set is stored in memory.* To return to set that vehicle speed, press the RES/SET switch to the RES/+. ( on the EyeSight display area illuminates again to indicate that the system has returned to the set status again.) MPG MPH S01884 miles S01879 NOTE *The vehicle speed stored in memory is erased in the following circumstances: The cruise control is turned off by pressing the (CRUISE) switch. Vehicle Dynamics Control or Traction Control Function are activated. The cruise control mode was switched from Adaptive Cruise Control to Conventional Cruise Control.
21 Other functions Brake more warning The brake more warning is activated while Adaptive Cruise Control is tracking a lead vehicle. This function warns the driver when it determines that the current level of deceleration by automatic braking control is insufficient. When the brake more function operates, Obstacle Detected will be shown in the pop-up screen area of the multi information display, a lead vehicle indicator will flash, and a buzzer will sound several short beeps. When this function activates, depress the brake pedal to decelerate and maintain a correct following distance. MPG Obstacle Detected miles S01891 WARNING If the buzzer sounds frequently, do not use Adaptive Cruise Control. The brake more warning will not activate in the following situations. - The accelerator pedal is depressed. - The brake pedal is depressed. Even when the following distance is short, the brake more warning may not activate in the following situations. - The difference in speed with the vehicle in front is small. (The two vehicles are travelling at almost the same speed.) - The vehicle in front is traveling faster than your vehicle. (The following distance is gradually increasing.) - Another vehicle cuts into your lane very close to your vehicle. - The vehicle in front decelerates suddenly. - When there are repeated uphill and downhill grades The brake more warning may not activate in time in the case of a vehicle that is stopped at the end of a line at a toll gate, at a stop light or intersection or in traffic congestion, or a vehicle that is moving much slower than your vehicle. EyeSight requires a speed differential in order to recognize a potential obstacle and react to it. 53
22 54 NOTE Vehicles in front in the same traffic lane are detected by the stereo cameras within a distance of approximately 360 ft (110 m) in the forward direction. However the detection distance may be reduced depending on the traffic environment, driving conditions, and conditions of the vehicle in front. When driving on a curve, the vehicle may not accelerate, or may decelerate, even if the set speed is higher than the current vehicle speed. If does not illuminate when the (CRUISE) switch is pressed, there may be a malfunction in the system. Contact a SUBARU dealer and have the system inspected.
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