Increasing or reducing speed

The speed can be changed in the range from approx. 4 mph/6 km/h to approx. 15 mph/25 km/ h by pressing the accelerator or brake pedal lightly.

A target speed within the same range can be specified using the lever of the cruise control.

On inclines over 10 %, you can reduce the speed to approx. 3 mph/4 km/h. Pull the lever of the cruise control beyond the resistance point, arrow 3.

Increasing or reducing speed
Increasing or reducing speed

1 Increasing speed

2 Pull to the resistance point: reduce the speed to approx. 4 mph/6 km/h

3 Pull beyond the resistance point: on inclines over 10 %, reduce the speed to approx.

3 mph/4 km/h

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