cruise control

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control mechanism for keeping an automobile at a set speed

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SE models gain automatic distance control with emergency braking, 16-inch alloy wheels, rear map-reading lights, automatic lights and wipers, while GT adds 17-inch alloy wheels, sports suspension, 65 per cent tinted rear windows, a navigation system, electrically folding door mirrors and parking sensors.
It's certainly well equipped on the safety front, coming with features like Automatic Distance Control which uses radar sensors to control how close you are to other vehicles and Post Collision Braking System, which recognises when you have collided with something and brakes the car to stop it being propelled into the oncoming traffic.
It's certainly well equipped on the safety front, coming with features like Automatic Distance Control, which uses radar sensors to control how close you are to other vehicles, and Post Collision Braking System, which recognises when you have collided with something and brakes the car to stop it being propelled into the oncoming traffic.
Automatic Distance Control a cruise control system with a sensor which measures the distance and speed of the vehicle ahead is a first in class option on all models from SE trim level up.
All models from the SE trim upwards get Automatic Distance Control, which uses a radar sensor integrated into the front of the car to detect distance from the vehicle in front, maintaining a preselected speed while braking or accelerating in traffic.
Assistance systems such as Automatic Distance Control, as well as developments like Adaptive Chassis Control and Park Assist, bring additional top technologies to the Golf class.
Also offered will be Automatic Distance Control, which reduces the vehicle's speed or stops it completely if an obstruction is identified.
Of course, loads of options will be available including VW's adaptive chassis control which allows drivers to select between normal, comfort and sport suspension settings and automatic distance control that stops you running into things.
The car also came fitted with a number of optional extras such as an upgraded infotainment system, automatic distance control with city emergency braking system, an electric tailgate, a swivelling tow-bar, upgraded leather upholstery with heated seats and metallic paint.
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