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2.109

ENG_UD77557_3

Régulateur de vitesse adaptatif Stop and Go  (HJB - Renault)

 

Depending on the situation, the system  

sounds a beep associated with:
–  the orange alert 

E

 if the situation re- 

quires the driver’s attention;

or
–  the red alert 

F

 accompanied by the  

message “Brake”, if the situation re- 

quires the driver’s immediate atten- 

tion.

In all situations, react accordingly  

and perform the appropriate ma- 

noeuvres.

ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL 

(7/14)

E

F

“Take control of the vehicle”  

warnings

In some situations

 (e.g. coming upon  

a much slower vehicle, vehicle in  

front changing lanes quickly etc.), 

the  

system may not have time to react.

Exit from standby

Based on the stored cruising speed

If a speed is stored, it can be recalled,  

once you are sure that the road condi- 

tions are suitable (traffic, road surface,  

weather conditions, etc.).
Press switch 

7

 (RES/+) in the range of  

confirmed speeds.
When the stored speed is recalled, acti- 

vation of the cruise control is confirmed  

by the illumination of the cruising speed  

in green.

Note:

 if the stored speed is higher than  

the current speed, the vehicle will ac- 

celerate to reach that speed.

Based on the current speed

When the cruise control is set to  

standby, pressing switch 

6

 (SET/-) re- 

activates the cruise control function  

without taking into account the stored  

speed: it is the speed at which the vehi- 

cle is moving that is taken into account.

operating faults ..........................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD77557_3

Régulateur de vitesse adaptatif Stop and Go  (HJB - Renault)

 

ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL 

(8/14)

6

8

7

Switching off the function

The “Adaptive cruise control” func- 

tion is deactivated when you press the  

switch 

6

.

The warning light 

 disappears  

from the instrument panel to confirm  

that the function is no longer active.

Temporary unavailability

The radar is able to detect vehicles  

in front of your vehicle. The system  

cannot operate correctly if the radar de- 

tection area is obscured or if its signal  

is disrupted.

If the radar detection area is obstructed  

or the radar signal is disrupted, the  

message “Front radar no visibility” is  

displayed on the instrument panel and  

the “Adaptive cruise control” function  

is interrupted. The green warning light  

 disappears to confirm that the  

function has been automatically deac- 

tivated.

Ensure that the radar area is not ob- 

structed (dirt, mud, snow, a badly  

fitted/attached front number plate), im- 

pacted, modified (including paintwork)  

or hidden by any accessory fitted on the  

front of the vehicle (on the grille or logo  

etc.).

Conditions in certain geographical  

areas may hinder the function, for ex- 

ample:

–  arid zones, tunnels, long bridges or  

lightly used roads without road lines,  

without signs or trees nearby;

–  a military or airport zone.

You must leave such areas in order for  

the function to work.

In all cases, if the message is not  

erased after the engine is restarted,  

please contact an authorised dealer.

Operating faults

If an “Adaptive cruise control” function  

operating fault is detected, the mes- 

sage “Check Adaptive Cruise control”  

appears on the instrument panel and  

the “Adaptive cruise control” function is  

deactivated.
If an operating fault is detected on one  

or more components of the system, the  

“Adaptive cruise control” function is in- 

terrupted.
The 

©

 warning light appears on  

the instrument panel along with, de- 

pending on the malfunction, one of the  

following messages:
– “Front camera to check”;
– “Front radar to check”;
– “Camera/Radar to check”;
– “Check vehicle”.
Consult an approved dealer.

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ENG_UD77557_3

Régulateur de vitesse adaptatif Stop and Go  (HJB - Renault)

 

ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL 

(9/14)

Limitations of system  

operation

Vehicle detection

The system detects only vehicles (cars,  

trucks, motorbikes) that are moving in  

the same direction as your vehicle.
A vehicle turning into the same lane  

(e.g. 

G

) will be taken into account by  

the system only once it enters the  

camera and radar detection areas.

The system may trigger abrupt or  

delayed braking.

Detection during cornering

When entering a corner or bend, the  

radar and/or camera may temporarily  

not be able to detect the vehicle in front  

(e.g. 

J

).

The system may trigger an accelera- 

tion.

When exiting a bend, the system’s de- 

tection of the vehicle in front may be  

disrupted or delayed.

The system may trigger abrupt or  

delayed braking.

G

H

J

The system cannot detect:

–  vehicles arriving at intersections: slip  

road (e.g. 

H

) etc;

–  vehicles driving on the wrong side of  

the road or reversing towards you.

The adaptive cruise control must  

only be used on a motorway (or mul- 

ti-lane road separated by a barrier).

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ENG_UD77557_3

Régulateur de vitesse adaptatif Stop and Go  (HJB - Renault)

 

Detection of vehicles in adjacent  

lanes

The system may detect vehicles driving  

on an adjacent lane when:
–  you drive into a bend (e.g. 

K

);

–  you are driving on a road with narrow  

lanes;

–  the speed of the vehicle on the ad- 

jacent lane is slower and if one of  

these vehicles is located too close to  

the lane of the other.

The system may incorrectly trigger  

vehicle slowing or braking.

ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL 

(10/14)

Vehicles hidden due to variations in  

ground relief

The system will not detect vehicles  

hidden due to variations in ground relief  

or those located outside of the camera  

and radar detection areas when driving  

uphill or downhill.

Vehicles outside the camera and  

radar detection areas.
The system will react late or not at all

  

if the detected vehicles are outside the  

camera and radar detection areas, par- 

ticularly in the following cases:

– vehicles transporting long objects  

which exceed the line;

– the actual length of tall vehicles  

(e.g. 

L

) outside the radar detection  

area (construction machine, agricul- 

tural equipment towing vehicle, etc.)  

;

–  vehicles insufficiently centred in the  

lane;

–  narrow vehicles which are very close  

(e.g. 

M

).

K

L

M

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ENG_UD77557_3

Régulateur de vitesse adaptatif Stop and Go  (HJB - Renault)

 

Stationary and slow moving  

vehicles

When your speed is over approximately  

31 mph (50 km/h), 

the system does  

not detect

:

–  stationary vehicles (e.g 

N

);

–  very slow moving vehicles.
When your speed is less than approxi- 

mately 31 mph (50 km/h), 

the system  

may not react or may react very late

  

to:
–  stationary vehicles (e.g 

N

);

–  very slow moving vehicles;

N

ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL 

(11/14)

12

13

P

–  vehicles in front 

12

 that change lane,  

discovering a stationary vehicle 

13

  

(e.g. 

P

);

– when the vehicle is stationary 

14

,  

when you change lane (e.g. 

Q

).

Q

14

Always be ready to take control  

of your vehicle when you come  

upon stationary or very slow  

moving vehicles

 (e.g. 

N

).

The adaptive cruise control does  

not trigger an emergency stop and  

its braking capability is limited.

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ENG_UD77557_3

Régulateur de vitesse adaptatif Stop and Go  (HJB - Renault)

 

ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL 

(12/14)

R

S

15

16

Non-detection of fixed obstacles  

and objects of a small size
The system cannot detect:

–  pedestrians, bikes, scooters, etc. ;
– animals;
–  fixed obstacles (toll barriers, walls,  

etc.) (e.g. 

R

).

These are not taken into account by the  

system. They do not trigger any alert or  

reaction by the system.

Detection of vehicles moving into  

lane at high speed

If your vehicle is overtaken by another  

vehicle driving at high speed 

15

 (motor- 

cycle, car, etc.) and the vehicle is tem- 

porarily between you and the vehicle  

in front 

16

 the system may trigger  

undue acceleration, slowing or brak- 

ing.

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ENG_UD77557_3

Régulateur de vitesse adaptatif Stop and Go  (HJB - Renault)

 

ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL 

(13/14)

This function is an additional driving aid. It can under no circumstances replace the driver’s responsibility to respect  

speed limits and safe distances and to be vigilant.

The driver must always be in control of the vehicle.

The driver must always adapt their speed to the surroundings and driving conditions, regardless of system indications.  

Except for lines delimiting lanes, traffic indicators (traffic lights, signs, pedestrian crossings etc.) are not recognised by the  

system. These do not trigger any alert or reaction by the system.

The system should under no circumstances be taken to be an obstacle detector or an anti-collision system.

The adaptive cruise control must only be used on a motorway (or multi-lane road separated by a barrier).
System servicing/repairs.

–  In the event of an impact, the radar and/or camera alignment may be changed and its operation may consequently be af- 

fected. Deactivate the system and consult an authorised dealer.

–  Any work in the proximity of the radar and/or camera (replacements, repairs, windscreen modifications, paintwork etc.) must  

be carried out by a qualified professional.

Only an authorised dealer is qualified to service the system.

Deactivating the function

You must disable the function if:

–  the vehicle is travelling on a windy road;

–  the vehicle is being towed (breakdowns);

–  the vehicle is towing a trailer or a caravan;

–  the vehicle is being driven in a tunnel or close to a metallic structure;

–  the vehicle arrives at a toll point, a roadwork area or on a narrow lane;

–  the vehicle is being driven up or down a very steep slope;

–  the visibility is poor (glaring sun, fog etc.);

–  the vehicle is being driven on a slippery road surface (rain, snow, gravel, etc.);

–  the weather conditions are poor (rain, snow, side winds, etc.);

–  the radar area has been damaged (impacts etc.) ;

–  the camera area has been damaged (e.g. on the inside or outside of the windscreen);

–  the windscreen is cracked or distorted.

In the event of the system behaving abnormally, deactivate it and consult an authorised dealer.

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ENG_UD77557_3

Régulateur de vitesse adaptatif Stop and Go  (HJB - Renault)

 

ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL 

(14/14)

In the event of system disturbance

Some conditions can disturb or damage the operation of the system, such as:
–  the windscreen or radar area is obscured (by dirt, ice, snow, condensation, number plate etc.);

–  a complex environment (tunnel etc.);
–  poor weather conditions (snow, heavy rain, hail, black ice, etc.);
–  poor visibility (night, fog etc.);
–  poor contrast between the vehicle preceding it and the surrounding area (e.g. white vehicle in a snowy area etc.) ;
–  being dazzled (glaring sun, lights of vehicles travelling in the opposite direction etc.);
–  narrow, winding or undulating road (tight bends etc.) ;
–  a slower vehicle with a significant difference in speed;
–  use of mats not adapted to the vehicle. On the driver’s side, only use mats suitable for the vehicle, attached with the pre- 

fitted components, and check the fitting regularly. Do not lay one mat on top of another. 

There is a risk of wedging the  

pedals.

In these cases, the system may wrongly intervene.
Risk of unwanted braking or acceleration.

Many unforeseen situations may affect the system operation. Certain objects or vehicles that can appear in the camera or  

radar detection zone may be interpreted by the system incorrectly, possibly leading to inappropriate acceleration or braking.

You should always be attentive to sudden events that might occur while you are driving. Always keep your vehicle  

under control by keeping your feet near the pedals, so that you are ready to act in any event.

driving aids ................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

Motorway and Traffic assistant ..................

(up to the end of the DU)

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ENG_UD77558_1

Assistant autoroute et trafic (HJB - Renault)

 

Highway and Traffic Jam Companion

The “Stop and Go adaptive  

cruise control” function

Based on information from a radar or  

camera, the Stop and Go  adaptive  

cruise control function gives you the  

option of maintaining a selected speed,  

known as the cruising speed, while  

keeping a safe distance from the vehi- 

cle in front in the same lane.
If the vehicle in front stops, the Stop  

and Go adaptive cruise control may  

brake your vehicle to a complete stop  

before setting off again.
The system controls acceleration and  

deceleration of your vehicle using the  

engine and braking system.
The “Stop and Go adaptive cruise con- 

trol” function can be activated from 0 to  

105 mph (0 to 170 km/h) according to  

conditions on the road (traffic, weather,  

etc.).
It is represented by the following symbol  

 

 2.103.

Note:

 

– the driver must observe the maxi- 

mum speed limit and safe distances  

in the country where they are driving;

–  the Stop and Go adaptive cruise con- 

trol can brake the vehicle up to a third  

of the braking capacity. Depending  

on the situation, the driver may need  

to brake harder.

MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(1/16)

The Motorway and Traffic Assistant is a  

driving aid system designed for use on  

long motorway journeys, where traffic is  

flowing or in jams.
Depending on the vehicle, this system  

comprises the “

Stop and Go

 

Adaptive  

cruise control function

” 

 2.103 and  

the “

Lane centring

” function.

When these two functions are activated  

simultaneously, the system allows the  

driver to:
–  maintain vehicle speed based on a  

previously saved speed;

–  adjust the distance between this ve- 

hicle and the vehicle in front;

–  direct the vehicle to the centre of the  

lane.

Important: you should keep  

your feet near the pedals  

and your hands on the  

steering wheel at all times  

to prepare for any event.

The Stop and Go  adaptive cruise  

control does not trigger an emer- 

gency stop and its braking capabil- 

ity is limited.

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ENG_UD77558_1

Assistant autoroute et trafic (HJB - Renault)

 

MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(2/16)

The “Lane centring” function

Using information from a camera, the  

“Lane Centring” function manipulates  

the steering system to direct the vehi- 

cle to the middle of the lane. This func- 

tion is only available while the Stop and  

Go  adaptive cruise control is activated  

 2.103.

If the conditions allow it, the function is  

available between:
–  0 mph and 99 mph (0 and 160 km/h)  

approximately with a vehicle in front;

or
– 37 mph (60 km/h) et 99 mph 

(160 km/h) approximately without a 

vehicle in front.

The “Lane Centring” function is a com- 

fort feature. It is represented by the  
symbol 

.

Note:

 in the event of a sharp bend,  

the function’s lateral retention capaci- 

ties are limited and require the driver to  

take immediate action on the steering  

wheel.

Additional information

Depending on the vehicle, the 

 

“Motorway and Traffic Assistant” func- 

tion may be used with other driving aid  

functions.
Please note that:
–  activating the speed limiter causes  

deactivation of the system;

–  the system cannot be activated when  

the “Park Assist” function is active;

– activation of the “Lane Centring”  

function leads to suspension of the  

“Lane Departure Warning” or “Lane  

Keep Assist” functions if these have  

been activated. They will be reac- 

tivated when the driver decides to  

stop the “Lane Centring” function.

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ENG_UD77558_1

Assistant autoroute et trafic (HJB - Renault)

 

MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(3/16)

2

6

4

1

3

7

5

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ENG_UD77558_1

Assistant autoroute et trafic (HJB - Renault)

 

Active vehicle control 7

This system provides information on  

vehicle dynamics to the computer 

1

  

(speed, lateral acceleration etc.) and  

acts on the braking system to control  

deceleration and to keep the vehicle  

stationary.

Computer 1

Receives information from the radar 

and camera to determine the vehi-

cle trajectory and speed (acceleration 

or braking). Amongst other things, it 

controls activation/deactivation of the 

system (door opening, etc.).

Camera 2

Detects markings on the ground and  

the position of vehicles on the various  

traffic lanes. It complements the infor- 

mation transmitted by the 

6

 radar.

Make sure the windscreen is not ob-

scured (by dirt, mud, snow, etc.).

Electronic parking brake 3

Keeps the vehicle stationary under cer-

tain conditions.

Power-assisted steering 4

Operates the front wheels to assist the  

trajectory of your vehicle according to  

details transmitted by the 

1

 computer.  

It also enables detection of the driver’s  

hands on the steering wheel.

Engine computer 5

It controls and directs the engine to 

carry out the required acceleration.

Radar 6

Calculates the distance between your 

vehicle and the vehicle in front.
The system’s maximum range is ap- 

proximately 150 metres. This may  

vary according to the road conditions  

(ground relief, weather conditions, etc.)

Ensure that the radar area is not ob- 

structed (dirt, mud, snow, a badly fitted  

front number plate), impacted, modified  

(including painting) or hidden by any  

accessory fitted on the front of the vehi- 

cle (on the grille or logo etc.).

The radar and camera 

zones must be kept clean 

and free of any tampering in 

order to ensure the proper 

operation of the system.

MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(4/16)

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ENG_UD77558_1

Assistant autoroute et trafic (HJB - Renault)

 

MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(5/16)

8

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

17

19

18

9

21

20

2.122

ENG_UD77558_1

Assistant autoroute et trafic (HJB - Renault)

 

Controls

8

    Safe distance settings

9

    Set active functions to standby  

(with cruising speed saved) (0).

10

   Adaptive cruise control main stop/ 

start switch 

.

11

    “Lane Centring” function activa- 

tion/deactivation switch 

.

12

   Cruising speed activation, stor-

age and decrease switch (SET/-).

13

   Switch to activate and increase 

cruising speed or to recall the 

memorised cruising speed 

(RES/+).

Displays on the instrument 

panel

14

   “Stop and Go adaptive cruise con- 

trol” function warning light 

.

15

   “Lane Centring” function warning  

light 

.

16

   Vehicle in front.

17

   Left-hand and right-hand line indi-

cators.

18

  Stored safe distance.

19

  Stored cruising speed.

20

   Hands off steering wheel detec- 

tion warning light 

.

Steering wheel 21

The driver must always keep their 

hands on the steering wheel. If too 

much force is applied when turning the 

steering wheel, the “Lane Centring” 

function is put on standby so the driver 

can regain control of the vehicle.
Under certain conditions (sharp bends, 

etc.) a vibration may be triggered on the 

steering wheel to warn the driver that 

they must regain control of the vehicle. 
If the driver does not handle the steer-

ing wheel (no hands are detected) the 

“Lane centring” function is deactivated 

after several alerts.

MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(6/16)

lane centring ..............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

2.123

ENG_UD77558_1

Assistant autoroute et trafic (HJB - Renault)

 

MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(7/16)

Activating the “Lane  

Centring” function

Once the Stop and Go  adaptive  

cruise control is activated 

 2.103,  

press button 

11

 to activate the “Lane  

Centring” function.
The “Lane centering activated” mes- 

sage appears on the instrument panel  
accompanied by the 

15

 

 

warning  

light and the 

 symbol to confirm  

that the function is activated.

Note:

 if you press button 

11

 when the  

Stop and Go adaptive cruise control is  

not activated, the message: “First acti- 

vate  Adapt. cruise ct” appears on the  

instrument panel.

15

17

17

Note:

 you must keep your hands on  

the driving wheel when using the “Lane  
Centring” function. The 

 symbol  

is displayed to confirm that the function  

is activated.

The warning light 

15

 

 is displayed  

in green and the left-hand and right- 

hand line indicators 

17

 are displayed on  

the instrument panel to confirm that the  

function is activated and directing your  

vehicle to the centre of the lane.

11

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ENG_UD77558_1

Assistant autoroute et trafic (HJB - Renault)

 

MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(8/16)

Once the conditions are met, the func- 

tion again directs the vehicle to the  
centre of the lane. The 

15

 

 warn- 

ing light and left-hand and right-hand  

line indicators 

17

 are displayed in green  

on the instrument panel.

Certain actions carried out by the driver  

also suspend the “Lane Centring” func- 

tion:
–  activating the indicators;
–  too much force is used when han-

dling the steering wheel.

Standby of the function is confirmed by  
the 

15

 

 warning light and the left- 

hand and right-hand line indicators 

17

  

appearing in grey on the instrument  

panel.

You can affect 

the vehicle trajec-

tory

 at any point by turning the 

steering wheel.

“Lane Centring” function on  

standby

The “Lane Centring” function is put on  

standby automatically when:
–  the Stop and Go adaptive cruise con- 

trol is put on standby 

 2.103;

– the system no longer detects the 

lines or only one line is detected in 

your lane;

–  the lane is too narrow or too wide;
– the system does not detect any 

hands on the steering wheel;

–  the bend is too sharp;
– the vehicle speed is over approxi- 

mately 99 mph (160 km/h);

–  the vehicle speed is below approx-

imately 37 mph (60 km/h), without 

any vehicle in front;

– the vehicle touches or breaches a 

line;

–  the system is temporarily disrupted 

(for example: camera obscured by 

dirt, mud, snow,condensation, etc.).

Important: you should keep 

your feet near the pedals 

and your hands on the 

steering wheel at all times 

to prepare for any event.

17

17

15

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ENG_UD77558_1

Assistant autoroute et trafic (HJB - Renault)

 

Note:

 in some situations, the “Lane  

Centring” function may no longer detect  

your hands on the steering wheel and  

may sound a signal:
–  the vehicle is moving along a long 

straight lane and the driver’s hands 

are immobile on the steering wheel;

– the driver is holding the steering 

wheel very lightly;

– ...
If the 

Lane Centring” function is de- 

activated due to the driver’s hands not  

being detected on the steering wheel,  

the Stop and Go adaptive cruise control  

function continues to function.

“Hands on steering wheel”  

alert

When the “Lane Centring” function no  

longer detects your hands on the steer- 

ing wheel, several warning levels will  

be triggered:
– 

after 15 seconds

, the message:  

Keep hands on steering wheel 

 

 is  

shown in yellow on the instrument  

panel 

22

;

– 

after approximately 30 seconds

,  

the message: Keep hands on steer- 

ing wheel appears on the instrument  

panel 

22

 and the warning light 

20

  

 appears in red, accompanied  

by an audible signal of gradually in- 

creasing volume;

– 

after approximately 45 seconds,

  

the audio sources go on standby,  

the audible signal sounds contin- 
ually, the warning light 

20

 

 is  

switched off and the message “Lane  

centering deactivated” appears in  

red on the instrument panel 

22

the  

“Lane Centring” function is deac- 

tivated.

In the first two alert levels, when the 

system again detects the presence 

of the driver’s hands on the steering 

wheel, the system stops the alerts. 

The function continues to direct the 

vehicle to the centre of the lane.

MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(9/16)

20

22

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In the case of a sharp bend

In the case of a sharp band, and de-

pending on the vehicle speed, the func-

tion’s side retaining capacities will be 

limited and require the driver to carry 

out immediate action on the steering 

wheel so that the function can continue 

to maintain the vehicle in the centre of 

the lane.

If the driver does not intervene, the 

function triggers the vibration of the 

steering wheel to signal that the vehi-

cle is about to breach a line and that 

the driver needs to carry out immediate 

action.

The 

15

 

 warning light and the  

left-hand or right-hand line indicator 

17

  

appear in red on the instrument panel.

If the vehicle crosses a line com- 

pletely and moves out of lane, the  

“Lane Centring” function is put on  

standby.

 Standby of the function is  

confirmed by the 

15

 

 warning  

light and the left-hand and right-hand  

line indicators 

17

 appearing in grey on  

the instrument panel.

MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(10/16)

17

17

15

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Deactivating the “Lane  

Centring” function

The “Lane Centring” function is deacti- 

vated when:
–  you press the 

11

 switch. The func- 

tion’s deactivation is confirmed by  

the appearance of the “Lane center- 

ing deactivated” message on the in- 

strument panel;

 

Note:

 pressing the 

11

 switch once  

deactivates the “Lane centring” 

 

function but does not affect operation  

of the Stop and Go adaptive cruise  

control function.

– the Stop and Go adaptive cruise  

control is deactivated 

 2.103;

 

Note:

 pressing the 

10

 

 

button  

once deactivates both the “Stop and  

Go adaptive cruise control” function  

and the “Lane Centring” function.

–  the system will no longer detect the 

driver’s hands on the steering wheel 

for a period over 45 seconds approx-

imately.

The 

15

 

 warning light and the left- 

hand and right-hand line indicators 

17

  

disappear from the instrument panel.

MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(11/16)

10

11

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MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(12/16)

Temporary unavailability

The radar is able to detect vehicles  

in front of your vehicle. The system  

cannot operate correctly if the radar de- 

tection area is obscured or if its signal  

is disrupted.
If the radar detection area is obstructed  

or the radar signal is disrupted, the  

message “Front radar no visibility” is  

displayed on the instrument panel and  

the “Stop and Go adaptive cruise con- 

trol” function is interrupted.

The green warning light 

 

disap- 

pears to confirm that the function has  

been automatically deactivated.
Ensure that the radar area is not ob- 

structed (dirt, mud, snow, a badly fitted  

front number plate), impacted, modified  

(including painting) or hidden by any  

accessory fitted on the front of the vehi- 

cle (on the grille or logo etc.).

Conditions in certain geographical  

areas may hinder the function, for ex- 

ample:
–  arid zones, tunnels, long bridges or  

lightly used roads without road lines,  

without signs or trees nearby;

–  a military or airport zone.
You must leave such areas in order for  

the function to work.
In all cases, if the message is not  

erased after the engine is restarted,  

please contact an authorised dealer.

Operating faults

If a Lane Centring function operating  

fault is detected, the message “Check  

lane centering” is displayed on the in- 

strument panel and the function is dis- 

abled.
The Stop and Go  adaptive cruise con- 

trol function remains in operation.
Consult an approved dealer.

If a “Stop and Go adaptive cruise con- 

trol” function operating fault is detected,  

the “Check Adaptive Cruise control”  

message appears on the instrument  

panel and both the “Stop and Go adap- 

tive cruise control” function and the  

“Lane Centring” function are inter- 

rupted.
Consult an approved dealer.
If an operating fault is detected on one  

or more components of the “Motorway  

and Traffic Assistant” system, the  

©

 warning light appears on the in- 

strument panel, alongside, depending  

on the nature of the fault, the message:
– “Front camera to check”;
– “Front radar to check”;
– “Camera/Radar to check”;
– “Check vehicle”.
The two “Stop and Go adaptive cruise  

control” and “Lane Centring” functions  

are interrupted.
Consult an approved dealer.

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MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(13/16)

The “Motorway and Traffic Assistant” function is an additional driving aid.
it can under no circumstances replace the driver’s responsibility to respect speed limits and safe distances and to be  

vigilant.

The driver must always be in control of the vehicle.
The driver must always adapt their trajectory and speed according to the surroundings and traffic conditions.
The “Motorway and Traffic Assistant” uses the “Stop and Go adaptive cruise control” function and the “Lane Centring” function.  

It must only be used on a motorway or multi-lane road (separated by a barrier).
It must not be used in heavy traffic, on winding or slippery roads (black ice, aquaplaning, gravel) or during bad weather (fog,  

rain, side winds etc.).

There is a risk of accidents.

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MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(14/16)

The “Motorway and Traffic Assistant” function is an additional driving aid. it can under no circumstances replace the  

driver's responsibility to respect speed limits and safe distances and to be vigilant.
The driver must always be in control of the vehicle.

 The driver must always adapt their trajectory and speed according to the surroundings and driving conditions, regardless of  

system indications.
Except for lines delimiting lanes, traffic indicators (traffic lights, signs, pedestrian crossings, etc.) are not recognised by the  

system. These do not trigger any alert or reaction by the system.
The “Motorway and Traffic Assistant” uses the Stop and Go adaptive cruise control function and the Lane Centring function.  

The system should under no circumstances be taken to be an obstacle detector or an anti-collision system.
The Motorway and Traffic Assistant function   must only be used on a motorway or multi-lane road separated by a barrier.

System servicing/repairs

–  In the event of an impact, the radar and/or camera alignment may be changed and its operation may consequently be af- 

fected. Deactivate the system and consult an authorised dealer.

–  Any work in the proximity of the radar and/or camera (replacements, repairs, windscreen modifications, paintwork etc.) must  

be carried out by a qualified professional.

Only an authorised dealer is qualified to service the system.

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Deactivating the system

You must deactivate the system if:
–  the vehicle is travelling on a windy road;

–  the vehicle is being towed (breakdowns);
–  the vehicle is being driven with an emergency spare wheel;
–  the vehicle is towing a trailer or a caravan;
–  the vehicle is being driven in a tunnel or close to a metallic structure;
–  the vehicle arrives at a toll point, a roadwork area or on a narrow lane;
–  the vehicle is being driven up or down a very steep slope;
–  the visibility is poor (glaring sun, fog etc.);
–  the weather conditions are poor (rain, snow, side winds, etc.);
–  the vehicle is being driven on a slippery road surface (rain, snow, gravel, etc.);
–   the area of the camera has been damaged (e.g. on the inside or outside of the windscreen);
–  the windscreen is cracked or distorted;
–  the radar area has been damaged (impacts etc.).

In the event of the system behaving abnormally, deactivate it and consult an authorised dealer.

MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(15/16)

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MOTORWAY AND TRAFFIC ASSISTANT 

(16/16)

Some conditions can disrupt or damage the operation of the system, for example:

–   obstruction of the windscreen or the radar area (by dirt, ice, snow, condensation etc.). Frequently check the cleanli- 

ness and condition of the windscreen, front wiper blades and front bumper;

– a complex environment (tunnel etc.);

–  poor weather conditions (snow, heavy rain, hail, black ice, etc.);

–  poor visibility (night, fog etc.);

–  poor contrast between the vehicle preceding it and the surrounding area (e.g. white vehicle in a snowy area etc.);

–  being dazzled (glaring sun, lights of vehicles travelling in the opposite direction etc.);

–  narrow, winding or undulating road (tight bends etc.);

–  the tar lines detected as a line by the system;

–  narrowing/widening lanes;

–  road markings which are worn, lacking in contrast or very widely spaced from one another (lines partially erased etc);

–  multiple markings on the road (roadworks area, slip roads connecting to adjacent motorways, hard shoulder etc.);

–  a slower vehicle with a significant difference in speed;

–  use of mats not adapted to the vehicle. On the driver’s side, only use mats suitable for the vehicle, attached with the pre- 

fitted components, and check the fitting regularly. Do not lay one mat on top of another. 

There is a risk of wedging the  

pedals.

In these cases, the system may wrongly intervene.
–  Risk of unwanted braking or acceleration.

–  Risk of unwanted, incorrect correction or no correction of trajectory.

Many unforeseen situations may affect the system operation. Certain objects or vehicles that can appear in the camera or  

radar detection zone may be interpreted by the system incorrectly, possibly leading to inappropriate acceleration or braking.

You should always be attentive to sudden events that might occur while you are driving. Always maintain your vehi- 

cle under control by keeping your feet near the pedals and your hands on the steering wheel, so that you are ready  

to act in any event.

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Aide au parking (HJB - Renault)

 

Parking distance control

PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL 

(1/7)

Operating principle

Ultrasonic sensors, indicated by 

 

arrows 

1

, are fitted in the bumpers to  

measure the distance between the ve- 

hicle and an obstacle.

Depending on the vehicle, the system  

detects obstacles to the front, the rear  

and the sides of the vehicle. 
The parking distance control system  

is only activated when the vehicle is  

driven at a speed below approximately  

6 mph (10 km/h).
The function does not take into account  

towing or carrying systems that are not  

recognised by the system.
This measurement is indicated by  

beeps which become more frequent the  

closer you come to the obstacle, until  

they become a continuous beep when  

the vehicle is approximately 20 to 

30 centimetres from the obstacle.

1

Location of the ultrasonic  

sensors 1

Ensure that the ultrasonic sensors indi- 

cated by the arrows 

1

 are not obscured  

(by dirt, mud, snow, a badly fitted/at- 

tached number plate), impacted, mod- 

ified (including paintwork) or obstructed  

by any accessory fitted to the rear and/ 

or, depending on the vehicle, to the  

front or sides of your vehicle.

This function is an additional driving aid.
Under no circumstances should it replace the driver’s care or responsi- 

bility whilst reversing.

The driver should always be ready for sudden incidents while driving: always  

ensure that there are no small, narrow moving obstacles (such as a child, animal,  

pushchair, bicycle, stone, post, etc.) in the blind spot when manoeuvring.

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PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL 

(2/7)

C

A

B

2

Note:

 the display 

2

 shows the vehicle  

surroundings and emits beeps.
It is necessary to travel a few metres  

before the side detection is activated.
If all areas have a grey background, the  

whole area around the vehicle is being  

monitored:
– 

A

: analysis of the vehicle surround- 

ings in progress;

– 

B

: analysis of the vehicle surround- 

ings carried out.

An impact to the under- 

side of the vehicle while  

manoeuvring (e.g. strik- 

ing a post, raised kerb or  

other street furniture) may result in  

damage to the vehicle (e.g. defor- 

mation of an axle).
To avoid any risk of accident, have  

your vehicle checked by an ap- 

proved dealer.

Note:

 for vehicles fitted with the “360°  

camera” function 

 2.73, analysis of the  

vehicle surroundings (areas 

A

 and 

B

)  

is not displayed in “Bird’s eye view” or  

“Side view” mode.

Operation

Most objects located less near the  

front, rear and sides of the vehicle are  

detected.
Depending on the distance of the ob- 

stacle, the frequency of the beep will  

be higher while approaching it, and  

will become a continuous beep around  

20 cm away for obstacles to the sides,  

and around 30 cm for obstacles to the  

front or rear. The green, orange (or  

yellow depending on the vehicle) and  

red zones will be shown on the 

C

 dis- 

play.

Note:

 in the event of a change in tra- 

jectory during a manoeuvre, the risk of  

collision with an obstacle may be sig- 

nalled late.

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D

Detection of obstacles to the side

Depending on the direction of the  

wheels, the system determines the tra- 

jectory of the vehicle and notifies the  

driver of any risk or otherwise of a col- 

lision with an obstacle 

3

 to the side of  

the vehicle.

PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL 

(3/7)

If a side obstacle is detected:
–  the beeps become faster and then  

sound continuously as the obstacle  

gets nearer. Green, orange and red  

zones will be displayed on the dis- 

play 

D

;

–  if there is no risk of collision, no beep  

will sound when approaching the ob- 

stacle. Green, orange and red zones  

will be displayed interspersed on the  

display 

D

.

Note:

 in the event of a change in tra- 

jectory during a manoeuvre, the risk of  

collision with an obstacle may be sig- 

nalled late.

4

Activation/deactivation

Vehicles fitted with a multimedia  

screen.

To activate or deactivate the various  

zones covered by the ultrasonic detec- 

tors, please refer to the multimedia in- 

structions.
Select “ON” or “OFF”.

An impact to the underside of the vehicle while manoeuvring (e.g. striking a post, raised kerb or other street furniture)  

may result in damage to the vehicle (e.g. deformation of an axle).
To avoid any risk of accident, have your vehicle checked by an approved Dealer.

3

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Vehicles not fitted with a multimedia  

screen

With the vehicle stopped, press the 

6

  

switch to deactivate parking distance  

control. Warning light 

5

 in the switch  

lights up. Press again on the 

6

 switch to  

activate the function. The indicator light  

built into the 

5

 switch goes out.

Adjustment

Vehicles fitted with a multimedia  

screen 4

Depending on the vehicle, with the  

engine running, some settings can be  

adjusted from the multimedia screen 

4

.  

Please refer to the multimedia instruc- 

tions for further information.

Parking distance control audio  

volume

Adjust the volume of the parking dis- 

tance control by pressing 

+

 or 

-

.

PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL 

(4/7)

When the vehicle is travelling at a  

speed below approximately 6 mph  

(10 km/h), some noises (motorcy- 

cle, lorry, pneumatic drill etc.) may  

trigger the beeping sound of the  

parking distance control.

6

System sound

Enables the system sound to be 

 

chosen.

Deactivating the system sound

Activate or deactivate the parking dis- 

tance control sound.

Note:

 if you deactivate the sound, you  

will no longer be notified with beeps  

when approaching an obstacle.

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–  select “Beep volume” to adjust the  

volume of Park Assist using control 

8

  

or 

9

.

Deactivating the parking  

distance control manually

You must disable the function if:

–  if towing, carrying or trailer equip- 

ment that is unrecognised by the  

system is present in front of the ul- 

trasonic sensors;

–  in the event of damage to the ultra- 

sonic sensors.

Automatic deactivation of the  

parking distance control

The system deactivates:

–  when the vehicle speed is above ap- 

proximately 6 mph (10 km/h);

–  depending on the model, when the  

vehicle is stationary for more than  

approximately 5 seconds and an ob- 

stacle is detected (such as when in a  

traffic jam, etc.);

–  when the vehicle is in neutral on  

manual gearboxes, or in position 

N

  

or 

P

 on automatic gearboxes;

PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL 

(5/7)

–  when an operating fault is detected.

Note:

 if the vehicle is fitted with a  

towbar recognised by the system, only  

the rear Park Assist function is deacti- 

vated.

Operating faults

When the system detects an operating  

fault, a beep sounds for approximately  

three seconds each time reverse gear  

is selected and the message “Check  

parking distance control” appears on  

the instrument panel. Consult an ap- 

proved dealer.

An impact to the under- 

side of the vehicle while  

manoeuvring (e.g. strik- 

ing a post, raised kerb or  

other street furniture) may result in  

damage to the vehicle (e.g. defor- 

mation of an axle).
To avoid any risk of accident, have  

your vehicle checked by an ap- 

proved dealer.

Vehicles not fitted with a multimedia  

screen

–  With the vehicle stopped, press the 

7

  

switch as many times as required to  

reach the “Vehicle” tab;

–  press the 

8

 or 

9

 control repeatedly to  

reach the “Settings” menu. Press the  

switch 

10

 OK ;

–  press the 

8

 or 

9

 control repeatedly  

to reach the “PARKING ASSIST”  

menu. Press the switch 

10

 OK;

7

8

9

10

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System servicing/repairs

–  In the event of an impact, the alignment of the sensors may be altered and their operation may consequently be affected.  

Deactivate the function and consult an authorised dealer.

–  Any work in the area where the sensors are located (repairs, replacements, etc.) must be carried out by a qualified profes- 

sional.

Only an authorised dealer is qualified to service the system.

System disturbance

Some conditions can disrupt or damage the operation of the system, for example:
–  poor weather conditions (rain, snow, hail, black ice, etc.);
–  in the event of exposure to strong electromagnetic waves (under high-voltage lines, etc.);
–  some types of noise (motorcycle, lorry, pneumatic drill etc.);
–  fitting an unsuitable towing ball or hook.

Risk of false alarms or absence of warnings

In the event of the system behaving abnormally, deactivate it and consult an authorised dealer.

PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL 

(6/7)

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Limitation of the system operation

–  The area around the sensors must be kept clean and free of any modifications in order to ensure the proper operation of the  

system.

–  Small objects moving close to the vehicle (motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians, etc.) may not be recognised by the system.
–  The system may not detect objects that are too close to the vehicle.
–  The system may not provide a warning when the other vehicles or objects are travelling at a significantly different speed.
–  During a change in trajectory, during a manoeuvre, the system may report obstacles with a delay.
–  When the vehicle is towing a trailer, the rear Park Assist system must be deactivated

Deactivating the function

You must disable the function if:
–  the area around the sensors has been damaged (rear bumper);
–  the vehicle is equipped with a towing device that is not recognised by the system (ball, hook, adapter, etc.).

PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL 

(7/7)

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Caméra de recul (HJB - Renault)

 

Reversing camera

REVERSING CAMERA 

(1/3)

Operation

When the vehicle is reversing, the  

camera 

1

 on the luggage compart- 

ment lid transmits a view of the area  

surrounding the rear of the vehicle to  

the multimedia display 

2

 accompanied  

by two guiding lines 

3

 and 

4

 (fixed and  

mobile).
This system uses several guidelines for  

its operation (mobile for trajectory and  

fixed for distance).
When the red zone is reached, use the  

bumper image to stop accurately.

2

Fixed clearance gauge 3

The fixed clearance gauge comprises  

coloured markers 

A

B

 and 

C

 indicating  

the distance behind the vehicle:
– 

A

(red) approximately 30 centimetres  

from the vehicle;

– 

B

 (yellow) approximately 70 centime- 

tres from the vehicle;

– 

C

 (green) approximately 150 centi- 

metres from the vehicle.

This gauge remains fixed and indicates  

the vehicle trajectory if the wheels are  

in line with the vehicle.

4 moving guide line:

This is shown in blue on the multimedia  

screen 

2

.

It indicates the vehicle trajectory ac- 

cording to the position of the steering  

wheel.

Special feature

Make sure that the camera is not ob- 

scured (by dirt, mud, snow, condensa- 

tion etc.).

3

C

B

A

4

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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