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Hi all - what year was EBA introduced and which models

Also, will it completely bring the car to a standstill? Asking for a friend ;-) My daughter saw our new evoque she wants one and has a merc right now with auto braking!

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I know this was posted a while back.. unfortunately I can't answer that particular question as to when but my understanding of a brake assist is I assume like adaptive cruise that keeps you a preset distance from the vehicle in front which alters your speed pending front vehicle or if you get cut up or dramatically slows.
My truck has the emergency brake assist which tbh is a bl- -dy pain especially in London we get cut up all the time big red light on dash beep beep beep hazards flashing and yes we finish up kissing the bl- -dy windscreen when it comes to a stop very quickly.
We can't turn it off neither but I wouldn’t buy a car just because it has got its fitted too reliant on electronics u can't beat your own eyes and feet 😀
 

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on a quick google for what I can see is it was on 2013 dynamic evoque so am guessing it's been around on them all ... but don't hold me to that ..
 

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Agree, pain in the rear end. Disabled mine
 

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Early Evoque's had Emergency brake assist which is Different to Autonomous Brake assist which I think you refer to.

Range Rover Evoque: Emergency brake assist (EBA)
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque L538 (2011–2018) Owner's Manual / Brakes / Emergency brake assist (EBA)

If the driver rapidly applies the brakes, EBA automatically boosts the braking force to its maximum, in order to bring the vehicle to a halt as quickly as possible. If the driver applies the brakes slowly, but conditions mean that ABS operates on the front wheels, EBA will increase the braking force in order to apply ABS control to the rear wheels.

EBA stops operating as soon as the brake pedal is released.

The amber brake warning lamp


The amber brake warning lamp illuminates briefly when the ignition is turned on.

A fault with the EBA system is indicated by the amber brake warning lamp illuminating and an associated warning message. Gently and safely stop the vehicle and seek qualified assistance.
 
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