AFLS Working? - 2011 Hyundai Equus Signature Long-Term Road Test

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2011 Hyundai Equus Signature: AFLS Working?

December 19, 2011

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This weekend, I took a trip to Big Sur. If you've ever made that drive (and I highly recommend you do) you'll remember that Highway 1 gets pretty curvey north of Ragged Point. As the sun was setting, the Xenon headlamps turned on automatically, thank you. But as most high-end lighting does, I expected the crisp-white beams to follow my steering input. Either the Equus's AFLS (Automatic Front Lighting System) is on the fritz, or the degree to which they react is too small because I couldn't detect any curve-following illumination. Just to be sure, I pressed and pressed again the AFLS OFF button and there seemed to be no difference. We'll have it checked out next time the Equus goes in for service.

Chief Road Test Editor, Chris Walton @ 18,458 miles

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