Toyota Corolla Cross Owners & Service Manuals

Toyota Corolla Cross: Changing LDA settings

  • The LDA system can be enabled/disabled through a customize setting.
  • The settings of the LDA can be changed on the customize settings.


■Situations in which the system may not operate properly

In the following situations, the system may not operate properly and the vehicle may depart from its lane. Do not overly rely on these functions. The driver is solely responsible for paying attention to their surroundings and operating the steering wheel as necessary to ensure safety.

  • When the boundary between the asphalt and grass, soil, etc., or structures, such as a curb, guardrail, etc. is not clear or straight
  • When the vehicle is struck by a crosswind or the turbulence of other nearby vehicles
  • Situations in which the lane may not be detected
  • Situations in which the sensors may not operate properly
  • Situations in which some or all of the functions of the system cannot operate
  • When it is necessary to disable the system

Displays and system operation

The operating state of the lane departure alert function and steering assist operation of the lane departure prevention function are indicated.

Using the driving support systems


     RSA (Road Sign Assist)

    The RSA system detects specific road signs using the front camera and/or navigation system (when speed limit information is available) and warns the driver via displays and buzzers. WARNING ■For saf

     Dynamic radar cruise control

    This dynamic radar cruise control detects the presence of vehicles ahead, determines the current vehicle- to-vehicle distance, and operates to maintain a suitable distance from the vehicle ahead. The

     Basic functions - Dynamic radar cruise control

    Constant speed cruising: When there are no vehicles ahead The vehicle drives at the speed set by the driver. If the set vehicle speed is exceeded while driving down a hill, the set vehicle speed


     Rear seats

    The seatbacks of the rear seats can be folded down. Folding down the rear seatbacks 1. Move the front seats forward. 2. Stow the rear armrest. (if equipped). 3. Stow the rear center seat belt buckle. 4. Lower the head restraints to the lowest position. 5. Fold the seatback down while pulling the se

     Positioning a floor jack

    When using a floor jack, follow the instructions in the manual provided with the jack and perform the operation safely. When raising your vehicle with a floor jack, position the jack correctly. Improper placement may damage your vehicle or cause injury. Location of the jack point ■ Front ■ Rea

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