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I was barely moving in reverse not looking where I was going when the car braked suddenly. I happened to look at the instrument cluster and saw "iBrake".

Is this a standard feature and how does it work exactly.
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It's called Parksense Rear Park Assist w/stop and is not standard I don't think. It's been a while since I looked at the specs of the KL and they've probably changed as far as what's included and what's not since I got mine back in 2014, but on mine it came with the 'Tech Pack'.

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When this feature is selected, the park assist system will
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It's called Parksense Rear Park Assist w/stop and is not standard I don't think. It's been a while since I looked at the specs of the KL and they've probably changed as far as what's included and what's not since I got mine back in 2014, but on mine it came with the 'Tech Pack'.

From the KL Manual:
When this feature is selected, the park assist system will
detect objects located behind the vehicle and utilize
autonomous braking to stop the vehicle
Thanks, now I know what to expect. It gave me a bit of a fright.
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You can disable it by gong to settings,I think it is under rear brake assist, I found it to be a pain in the neck, too harsh.
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You can disable it by gong to settings,I think it is under rear brake assist, I found it to be a pain in the neck, too harsh.
It can be I agree but it did save my cat once. If you reverse too quickly, it disables and you get a message on the EVIC - 'speed too high - park sense disabled' (or something like that). I think it's over 16km/hr or close to that.
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