Hyundai Tucson Owners & Service Manuals

Hyundai Tucson: Smart Cruise Control Operation / Collision Warning

While Smart Cruise Control is operating and the collision risk of the vehicle ahead is high, the "Collision Warning" warning message may appear on the instrument cluster, and an audible alert sounds.

WARNING

Smart Cruise Control may not warn you of a collision if:

  • The distance to the vehicle ahead is close, or the speed of the vehicle ahead is faster or similar to your vehicle.
  • The speed of the vehicle ahead is very slow or the vehicle is stopped.
  • The accelerator pedal is depressed right after Smart Cruise Control is turned on.

Always maintain a safe distance from the vehicles ahead and adjust your vehicle speed to the road conditions.

WARNING

Smart Cruise Control is not a substitute for proper and safe driving.

To prevent serious injury or death:

  • Always maintain a safe distance from the vehicles ahead and adjust your vehicle speed to the road conditions. Smart Cruise Control may not recognize unexpected and sudden situations or complex driving situations.
  • Keep Smart Cruise Control off when not in use to avoid inadvertently setting the speed.
  • Do not open the door or leave your vehicle when Smart Cruise Control is operating, even if your vehicle is stopped.
  • Always check the vehicle speed and distance to the front vehicle that have been selected.
  • Keep a safe distance depending on the road condition and vehicle speed. If the distance to the front vehicle is too close while driving at high speeds, it may cause a serious collision.
  • When maintaining distance from the vehicle ahead, if the front vehicle is no longer detected, Smart Cruise Control may suddenly accelerate to the set speed.
  • The vehicle speed may slow down or speed up while driving uphill or downhill.
  • Always be aware of situations such as when a vehicle cuts in suddenly.
  • When you are towing a trailer or another vehicle, turn off Smart Cruise Control.
  • Turn off Smart Cruise Control when your vehicle is being towed.
  • Smart Cruise Control may not operate normally if there is interference from strong electromagnetic waves.
  • Smart Cruise Control may not detect obstacles in front and cause a collision.
  • Vehicles frequently changing lanes may cause a delay or may cause Smart Cruise Control to react to a vehicle in an adjacent lane.
  • When other system’s warning message appears or audible warning is heard, Smart Cruise Control may not warn you.
  • You may not hear the audible warning of Smart Cruise Control if the surrounding environment is too noisy.
  • The vehicle manufacturer is not responsible for any traffic violation or collisions caused by you.
  • Set your vehicle speed to the speed limit for the road and use the appropriate unit (mph or km/h) for your country.
  • Smart Cruise Control may not operate for 15 seconds right after your vehicle is started or when the front view camera and front radar are initialized.

Information

You may hear sounds when Smart Cruise Control is braking your vehicle. This is normal and does not indicate a malfunction.

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