Mercedes-Benz GLC : Driving and driving safety systems / Function of Hill Start Assist

Hill Start Assist holds the vehicle for a short time when pulling away on a hill under the following conditions:

  • The transmission is in position Mercedes-Benz GLC. Function of Hill Start Assist or Mercedes-Benz GLC. Function of Hill Start Assist.
  • The electric parking brake is released.

This gives you enough time to move your foot from the brake pedal to the accelerator pedal and depress it before the vehicle begins to roll away.

WARNING Risk of accident and injury due to the vehicle rolling away

After a short time, Hill Start Assist no longer holds the vehicle.

Mercedes-Benz GLC. Function of Hill Start Assist Swiftly move your foot from the brake pedal to the accelerator pedal. Do not leave the vehicle when it is being held by Hill Start Assist.

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