Volkswagen Cruise Control

Cruise control (sometimes known as speed control or autocruise) is a system that automatically controls the speed of a motor vehicle. The system takes over the throttle of the car to maintain a steady speed as set by the driver.


Comfort on long journeys our cruise control system works electronically to help regulate your car's speed. It offers you more comfort on long journeys by keeping a constant speed. It is particularly effective when you have to stay within speed limits for a long way - when driving through miles of roadworks on the motorway, for example - and cuts the risk of your speed creeping up by accident. The system works by memorising and maintaining the speed you select. You can increase or reduce speed manually - to a defined value - and you have the option of returning to the speed most recently memorised. The cruise control system can be turned off by pressing a button, or by using the brake or clutch pedals. For safety reasons, the cruise control system should not be used in heavy traffic or in difficult road conditions, such as heavy rain or ice.


Allows you to take your foot off the accelerator.
Can save fuel by controlled acceleration rates and constant speed.
Constant driving pattern reduces mental stress and tiredness.
Cuts down aches and pains, cramps in legs and back caused through pressing your foot on the accelerator during extended periods of driving.
Prevents accidental speeding.
Simple to install and re-install in your next car.
Less wear and tear on the vehicle


Golf, Golf GTI/GTD/R, Golf Plus, Golf Estate


This set is suitable only for vehicles with multi-function announcement MFA+ (DIS+) Only for vehicles from 31.05.2010 date of production.