Originally Posted by bhvm
It maintains the speed at which we have pressed cruize button.
Min Speed is 40. The cruize disengages when Brake or clutch is pressed. You can use the resume button then.
There's no First time here. As when you press the button, you can set new speed.
Eggxactly what my experience is. Since my liking (which is really low) for XUV is hidden to few, so I can accept that I have never been much serious about driving or testing the XUV, I just drive it for the third gear which gives a mad rush between 80-120 kph.
Actually last time I used cruise control on an XUV was I guess in 2013; who wants to drive an XUV slow and at fixed speeds after all? Now Doctor has got an automatic so he can use the cruise control at its best like in any auto tranny equipped babe. Minimum speed is what I was referring to, thanks for clarifying. Resume button is the best thing given IMO BTW
, in the auto box equipped car it will be fun to press the resume button with a huge difference between cruising speed and the final speed after slowing down. @Vishwas
Selecting the car for Doctor wasn't easy, it was like:
Week 1: 35 lac
Week 2: Audi Q3 is awesome
Week 3: 20 lakh
Week 4: Let me wait ad buy Endy
Now a condition came "I need a car with seven seats, all frills, reliable and it should ahve a sunroof.. now it's on you to find one"
Week 5: XUV TD and manual rejected, this is when I asked him to check the auto
Week 6: XUV Auto TDed and booked
Week 8: We have the car here now..