Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class: Deactivating cruise control - Storing the current speed or calling up the last stored speed - Driving systems - Driving and parking - Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GLK-Class: Deactivating cruise control

There are several ways to deactivate cruise control:

  • Briefly press the cruise control lever forwards 3.

or

  • Brake.

Cruise control is automatically deactivated if:

  • you depress the parking brake.
  • you are driving below 20 mph (30 km/h).
  • ESP® intervenes or you deactivate ESP®.
  • you shift the transmission to position N while driving.
  • If cruise control is deactivated, you will hear a warning tone. You will see the Cruise Control Off message in the multifunction display for approximately five seconds.

4MATIC (permanent four-wheel drive) The last speed stored is cleared when you switch off the engine.

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    4MATIC (permanent four-wheel drive)
    4MATIC ensures that all four wheels are permanently driven. Together with ESP® and ETS, it improves the traction of your vehicle whenever a drive wheel spins due to insufficient grip. WARNI ...

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