Volvo XC90: Cruise control - DRIVER SUPPORTVolvo XC90: Cruise control

Cruise Control (CC1) can help the driver maintain an even speed to provide a more relaxing driving experience on highways and long, straight roads with even traffic flows.

Volvo XC90. Cruise control

Function buttons and symbols

Volvo XC90. Cruise control Volvo XC90. Cruise control : Activates Cruise Control from standby mode and resumes the set speed

Volvo XC90. Cruise control Volvo XC90. Cruise control : Increases the set speed

Volvo XC90. Cruise control Volvo XC90. Cruise control : From standby mode – activates Cruise Control and sets the current speed

Volvo XC90. Cruise control Volvo XC90. Cruise control : From active mode – deactivates/puts Cruise Control in standby mode

Volvo XC90. Cruise control Volvo XC90. Cruise control : Reduces the set speed

Volvo XC90. Cruise control Marker for set speed

Volvo XC90. Cruise control The vehicle's current speed

Volvo XC90. Cruise control Set speed

NOTE

In vehicles equipped with Adaptive Cruise Control*(ACC2), it is possible to switch between Cruise Control and Adaptive Cruise Control.

WARNING

  • The function is supplementary driver support intended to facilitate driving and help make it safer – it cannot handle all situations in all traffic, weather and road conditions.
  • The driver is advised to read all sections in the Owner's Manual about this function to learn of its limitations, which the driver must be aware of before using the function.
  • Driver support functions are not a substitute for the driver's attention and judgment. The driver is always responsible for ensuring the vehicle is driven in a safe manner, at the appropriate speed, with an appropriate distance to other vehicles, and in accordance with current traffic rules and regulations.

Using engine braking instead of applying the brakes

Cruise Control regulates speed by lightly applying the brakes. On downgrades, it can sometimes be desirable to roll a bit faster and let speed be reduced instead by engine braking alone. The driver can temporarily disengage the Cruise Control braking function.

To disengage CC:

  • Press the accelerator pedal about halfway down and then release it.
    • Cruise Control will automatically disengage the automatic brake function and speed will only be reduced using the engine braking function.

1 Cruise Control

2 Adaptive Cruise Control

Road Sign Information limitations
(Option/accessory) Road Sign Information (RSI1) functionality may be reduced in certain situations. The function could have reduced functionality due to e.g.: faded road signs signs located in a curve ...

Selecting and activating cruise control
The Cruise Control (CC1) function must be selected and activated in order to regulate speed. In order to start Cruise Control from standby mode, the vehicle's current speed must be 30 km/h (20 mph) or ...

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