■ Type B
Coasting guide is only a supplemental
system to assist with fuel-efficient driv-
ing. Thus, the operating conditions
may be different in accordance with
traffic/road conditions (i.e. driving in a
traffic jam, driving on a slope, driving
on a curve). Thus, take the actual driv-
ing conditions into consideration, such
as distances from the vehicles ahead/
behind, while referring to the coasting
guide system as guidance.
Press the Engine Start/Stop button and put the shift lever in P(Park). In the
User Settings Mode, select Driving Assistance, and then Coasting Guide
to turn on the system. Cancel the selection of coasting guide to turn off the
system. For the explanation of the system, press and hold OK button.
To activate the system, take the following procedures. Enter your destination
information on the navigation and select the driving route. Select the ECO
mode in the Integrated Driving Control System. Then, satisfy the following.
The driving speed should be between 37 mph (60 km/h) and 99 mph (160
The operating condition (driving speed) varies in a situation, as there
may be a difference in displaying the driving speeds between the instru-
ment cluster and the navigation, and as there may be a difference
between the actual driving speed and the driving speed display due to
tire inflating ranges.
|Categories||Hyundai Manuals, Hyundai Sonata Manuals|
|Document Type||Owners Manual|
|Product Brand||Hyundai, Sonata|
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