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stock cruise control on S

Sorry if it was posted before but I am curious if I can go to the dealer and have them install the stock cruise control on my 2017 Versa S. I know there is aftermarket but I just do not want to deal with BS the dealer might give me for it. Please let me know.
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I dont think its a dealer add on. Either you buy it equipped or go aftermarket. If its the stick shift model I think they caution against even installing an aftermarket one as you can burn the clutch out.
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I dont think its a dealer add on. Either you buy it equipped or go aftermarket. If its the stick shift model I think they caution against even installing an aftermarket one as you can burn the clutch out.

But is it possible to install the stock one on my S(manual)?
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If its the stick shift model I think they caution against even installing an aftermarket one as you can burn the clutch out.
Burn the clutch out? From using cruise control? That isn't a "thing". Cruise control has no access to the clutch in a manual transmission car, all it can do is regulate the throttle in whatever gear you (the driver) put it in. At worst you could end up with CC lugging the engine on a hill since it lacks the ability to downshift the car for you.

remusrm, if you have the manual trans then chances of a dealer putting any cruise in for you, OEM or aftermarket, is very slim. If you have an automatic then you have slim chance but it will depend on the dealer and odds are even if they are willing to do it, it will probably not be OEM cruise. Probably the most realistic and cheapest option would be to have a local car shop install an aftermarket one for you. Best thing to do would be to ask the dealer and go from there.
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Burn the clutch out? From using cruise control? That isn't a "thing". Cruise control has no access to the clutch in a manual transmission car, all it can do is regulate the throttle in whatever gear you (the driver) put it in. At worst you could end up with CC lugging the engine on a hill since it lacks the ability to downshift the car for you.

remusrm, if you have the manual trans then chances of a dealer putting any cruise in for you, OEM or aftermarket, is very slim. If you have an automatic then you have slim chance but it will depend on the dealer and odds are even if they are willing to do it, it will probably not be OEM cruise. Probably the most realistic and cheapest option would be to have a local car shop install an aftermarket one for you. Best thing to do would be to ask the dealer and go from there.
I do not like aftermarket stuff. I learn my lessons. I will call dealers around and I am sure if you pay they play:-)
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My bad, I re-read the owners manual. Found it online for FREE.

"On manual transmission models, do not
shift into N (Neutral) without depressing
the clutch pedal when the cruise control is
set. Should this occur, depress the clutch
pedal and turn the main switch off immediately.
Failure to do so may cause engine
damage."
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