Hill Descent Control

Illustration showing vehicle going downhill at speed set a five miles per hour
Available Hill Descent Control is essentially a cruise control system that uses traction control technology with anti-lock brakes.10 This system continually adjusts braking pressure to help control slippage and maintain a constant preset speed while you are going down a steep grade. This capability helps you concentrate on steering since you don’t have to apply the brakes or downshift the transmission. On a downhill grade, Hill Descent Control can maintain a vehicle speed between 2 and 12 mph. Above 20 mph, the system remains activated, but the descent speed cannot be set until you are below 20 mph again.

See How It Works

Easy Going on Steep Grades

Hill Descent Control Availability

(Standard and Optional)