Kia Sportage: Lane Following Assist operation
Lane Following Assist will control and
warn the vehicle by 'Lane Following
Assist' and 'Hands-off warning'.
Lane Following Assist
If the vehicle ahead and/or both lane
markings are detected and your vehicle
speed is below 110 mph (180 km/h),
Lane Following Assist will help center the
vehicle in the lane by assisting the steering
wheel. The green ( ) indicator
will appear on the cluster.
When the steering wheel is not assisted,
the white ()
indicator light will blink
and change to grey.
A: Keep hands on steering wheel
If the driver takes their hands off the
steering wheel for several seconds, the
warning message will appear and an
audible warning will sound in stages.
- First stage: Warning message
- Second stage: Warning message (red
steering wheel) and audible warning
A: Lane Following Assist deactivated
If the driver still does not have their
hands on the steering wheel after the
hands-off warning, the warning message
will appear and Lane Following
Assist will be automatically canceled.
- The steering wheel may not be
assisted if the steering wheel is held
very tight or the steering wheel is
steered over a certain degree.
- Lane Following Assist does not operate
at all times. It is the responsibility
of the driver to safely steer the vehicle
and to maintain the vehicle in its lane.
- The hands-off warning message may
appear late depending on road conditions.
Always have your hands on the
steering wheel while driving.
- If the steering wheel is held very
lightly the hands-off warning message
may appear because Lane Following
Assist may not detect that the
driver has their hands on the steering
- If you attach objects to the steering
wheel, the hands-off warning may not
- For more details on setting Lane Following
Assist in the infotainment system,
refer to Navigation Quick
- When both lane markings are
detected, the lane lines on the cluster
will change f r om grey to white.
- The images and colors in the cluster
may differ depending on the cluster
type or theme selected from the cluster.
- If lane markings are not detected,
steering wheel control by Lane Following
Assist can be limited depending
on whether a vehicle is in front or
the driving conditions of the vehicle.
- Even though the steering is assisted
by Lane Following Assist, the driver
may control the steering wheel.
- The steering wheel may feel heavier
or lighter when the steering wheel is
assisted by Lane Following Assist than
when it is not.
Lane Following Assist malfunction and limitations
Lane Following Assist malfunction
A: Check Lane Following Assist system
When Lane Following Assist is not working
properly, the warning message will
appear and the master warning light (
will appear on the cluster. If this occurs,
have Lane Following Assist inspected by
an authorized Kia dealer.
Limitations of Lane Following
For more details on Lane Following
Assist limitations, refer to "Lane Keeping
For more details on Lane Following
Assist precautions, refer to "Lane Keeping
Highway Driving Assist is designed to
help detect vehicles and lanes ahead,
and help maintain distance f r om the
vehicle ahead, maintain the set speed,
and keep the vehicle between lanes
while driving on the highway (or motorway).
Display and control
You can see the status of the Highway
Driving Assist operation in the Driving
Assist view on the cluster. Refer to
Highway Driving Assist will be displayed
as below depending on the status of t
Components and Components Location
1. Turn ignition switch OFF and disconnect the negative (-) battery cable.
2. Disconnect the ba
Push the sunroof switch rearward to
the first detent position, the sunroof
glass opens. However, if the power
sunshade is close, the power sunshade
will open first.
Push the sunroof switch forward to
the first detent position, the