Dashboard gauges in Volkswagen vehicle with Adaptive Cruise Control engaged

Understanding and Using Volkswagen Adaptive Cruise Control

How to Use Adaptive Cruise Control in 2019 Volkswagen Passat

If you’ve recently purchased a 2019 Volkswagen Passat SE R-Line you might be curious to find out how exactly the Adaptive Cruise Control system works. This guide from Quirk VW is going to dive into what exactly Volkswagen Adaptive Cruise Control is and how to use it to help you cruise with ease out on the open road. Keep reading to learn all about Adaptive Cruise Control.

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Using Adaptive Cruise Control

Adaptive Cruise Control in the 2019 Volkswagen Passat is designed to help you not only keep a constant desired speed but to also help you keep a safe distance from vehicles in front of you. The system uses time intervals to determine the distance between you and the vehicle ahead to ensure that you never get too close to surrounding vehicles. The video below, provided by the Volkswagen USA YouTube channel, will breakdown how you can use Adaptive Cruise Control in your Passat as well as how to use different features the system provides.

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Adaptive Cruise Control is different from standard cruise control. Not only does ACC help keep a constant speed for you, but it ensures that you always stay a safe distance behind the vehicle ahead. If you’re searching for your next 2019 Volkswagen Passat, head over to the Quirk VW online inventory where you can view our full lineup of in-stock VW models. If you have any additional questions about the Passat or the Adaptive Cruise Control system, contact a member of the Quirk VW team today.