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Owner's Manual
Contents Introduction .................................... 2
In brief ............................................ 6
Keys, doors and windows ............ 20
Seats, restraints ........................... 34
Storage ........................................ 54
Instruments and controls ............. 60
Lighting ........................................ 81
Infotainment system ..................... 86
Climate control ........................... 139
Driving and operating ................. 150
Vehicle care ............................... 166
Service and maintenance .......... 209
Technical data ........................... 219
Customer information ................ 226
Index .......................................... 228
2 Introduction

Introduction
Introduction 3

Introduction The customer literature pack should Directional data, e.g. left or right, or
always be kept ready to hand in the front or back, always relate to the
Your vehicle is a designed vehicle. direction of travel.
combination of advanced technology,
safety, environmental friendliness The vehicle display screens may
and economy.
Using this manual not support your specific language.
This manual describes all options
This Owners Manual provides you
with all the necessary information to
and features available for this Danger, Warnings and
enable you to drive your vehicle
model. Certain descriptions, Cautions
including those for display and
safely and efficiently.
menu functions, may not apply to
Make sure your passengers are 9 Danger
your vehicle due to model variant,
aware of the possible risk of accident country specifications, special
and injury which may result from Text marked 9 Danger provides
equipment or accessories.
improper use of the vehicle. information on risk of fatal injury.
The "In brief" section will give you Disregarding this information may
You must always comply with the an initial overview. endanger life.
specific laws and regulations of the
The table of contents at the
country that you are in. These laws
beginning of this manual and within
may differ from the information in this
each section shows where the 9 Warning
Owners Manual.
information is located.
When this Owners Manual refers to a Text marked 9 Warning provides
The index will enable you to search information on risk of accident or
workshop visit, we recommend your
for specific information. injury. Disregarding this
Chevrolet Service Partner.
The Owner's Manual uses the information may lead to injury.
All Chevrolet Service Partners
factory engine designations. The
provide first-class service at
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reasonable prices. Experienced
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mechanics trained by Chevrolet work
"Technical data".
according to specific Chevrolet
instructions.
4 Introduction

Caution
Text marked Caution provides
information on possible damage to
the vehicle. Disregarding this
information may lead to vehicle
damage.

We wish you many hours of


pleasurable driving
Chevrolet
Introduction 5
6 In brief

In brief Vehicle unlocking Seat adjustment


Radio remote control Seat positioning
Initial drive information

Press button c. Pull handle, slide seat, release


Unlocks all doors. The hazard handle.
warning flashers will flash twice. Seat position 3 35, Seat adjustment
Radio remote control 3 20, Central 3 36.
locking system 3 22.
In brief 7

Seat backrests Seat height Head restraint adjustment

Pull lever, adjust inclination and Turn the handwheel on the outside of Pull the head restraint upwards.
release lever. Allow the seat to the seat cushion until the seat
To move down press the catch and
engage audibly. cushion is adjusted to the desired
push the head restraint downwards.
Seat position 3 35, Seat adjustment position.
Head restraints 3 34.
3 36. Seat position 3 35, Seat adjustment
3 36.
8 In brief

Seat belt Mirror adjustment Exterior mirrors

Interior mirror

Withdraw belt from reel, guide it Simply move the adjusting lever in the
untwisted across the body and desired direction to adjust the mirror
engage the latch plate in the buckle. To reduce dazzle, pull the lever on the angles.
Tension the lap belt regularly whilst underside of the mirror housing. Convex exterior mirrors 3 28,
driving by tugging the shoulder belt. Interior mirror 3 30. Electric adjustment 3 28, Folding
exterior mirrors 3 29, Heated
Seat position 3 35, Seat belts
exterior mirrors 3 29.
3 37, Airbag system 3 40.
In brief 9

Steering wheel adjustment

Unlock lever, adjust steering wheel,


then engage lever and ensure it is
fully locked. Do not adjust steering
wheel unless vehicle is stationary.
Airbag system 3 40, Ignition
positions 3 151.
10 In brief

Instrument panel overview


Type 1
In brief 11

1 Electric mirror adjustment ..... 28 20 Bonnet release lever .......... 168


2 Side air vents ...................... 146 21 Headlight range adjustment . . 82
3 Exterior lighting ..................... 81
4 Horn ..................................... 61
Driver airbag ........................ 41
5 Instrument cluster ................ 66
6 Wiper and washer system .... 61
7 Centre air vents .................. 146
8 Infotainment system ............. 86
9 Control indicators .................. 69
10 Hazard warning flashers ...... 83
11 Front passenger airbag ........ 41
12 Glovebox .............................. 55
13 Climate control system ........ 139
14 Selector lever, manual
transmission ....................... 157
Automatic transmission ...... 153
15 Accelerator pedal ............... 150
16 Brake pedal ........................ 158
17 Ignition switch .................... 151
18 Clutch pedal ....................... 150
19 Steering wheel adjustment . . 60
12 In brief

Type 2
In brief 13

1 Electric mirror adjustment ..... 28 19 Steering wheel adjustment . . 60 Exterior lighting


2 Side air vents ...................... 146 20 Bonnet release lever .......... 168
3 Exterior lighting ..................... 81 21 Headlight range adjustment . . 82
4 Horn ..................................... 61 22 Fuse cover .......................... 189
Driver airbag ........................ 41 23 AUX input, USB input ......... 117
5 Instrument cluster ................ 66 24 Power outlet .......................... 64
6 Wiper and washer system .... 61
7 Centre air vents .................. 146
8 Infotainment system ............. 86
9 Control indicators .................. 69
10 Hazard warning flashers ...... 83
11 Front passenger airbag ........ 41 Turn light switch
12 Glovebox .............................. 55 OFF = All the lights are off.
13 Climate control system ........ 139 8 = The tail lights, number plate
lights, and instrument panel
14 Selector lever, manual lights are illuminated.
transmission ....................... 157 9 = The low beam headlights
Selector lever, automatic and all of the above lights
transmission ........................ 153 are illuminated.
15 Accelerator pedal ............... 150 Lighting 3 81.
16 Brake pedal ........................ 158
17 Ignition switch .................... 151
18 Clutch pedal ....................... 150
14 In brief

Headlight flash, high beam and Hazard warning flashers Turn and lane-change signals
low beam

Operated with the button. lever up = right


To switch from low to high beam, Hazard warning flashers 3 83. lever down = left
push lever.
Turn and lane-change signals
To switch to low beam, push lever 3 83.
again or pull.
High beam 3 81, Headlight flash
3 82.
In brief 15

Horn Washer and wiper systems Windscreen washer system

Windscreen wiper

Press j. Pull lever.


Windscreen washer 3 61, Washer
OFF = System off. fluid 3 177.
INT = Intermittent operation.
LO = Continuous wipe, slow
speed.
HI = Continuous wipe, fast
speed.
For a single wipe when the
windscreen wiper is off, lightly move
the lever toward the INT position and
release it.
Windscreen wiper 3 61.
16 In brief

Climate control Type 2 Demisting and defrosting the


windows
Heated rear window, heated Type 1
exterior mirrors
Type 1

Heating is operated by pressing the


button.
Heated mirrors 3 29, Heated rear
window 3 32.
In brief 17

Type 2 Transmission Automatic transmission

Manual transmission

Turn knob to V. P (PARK): Locks the front wheels.


Defrosting the windscreen 3 139, Select P only when the vehicle is
Demisting the windscreen 3 142. Reverse: with the vehicle stationary, stationary and the parking brake is
depress the clutch pedal and engage applied.
the gear. R (REVERSE): Select R only when
If the gear does not engage, set the the vehicle is stationary.
lever in neutral, release the clutch N (NEUTRAL): Neutral gear position.
pedal and depress again; then repeat D: This drive position is for all normal
gear selection. driving conditions. It allows the
Manual transmission 3 157. transmission to shift into all four
forward gears. Fourth gear is
overdrive which reduces engine
speed and noise level while
increasing fuel economy.
18 In brief

2: Allows the transmission to shift Starting off Starting the engine


from 1st to 2nd gear and prevents
automatic shifting into 3rd or Check before starting off
4th gear. Tyre pressure and condition.
1: This position locks the transmission Engine oil level and fluid levels.
in first gear.
All windows, mirrors, exterior
Automatic transmission 3 153. lighting and number plates are free
from dirt, snow and ice and are
operational.
Proper position of mirrors, seats,
and seat belts.
Check brake function at low speed,
particularly if the brakes are wet.
Turn the key to position 1, move the
steering wheel slightly to release
the steering wheel lock
Manual transmission: operate
clutch
Automatic transmission : Move
selector lever to P or N.
Do not accelerate
Turn the key to position 3,
depressing the clutch pedal and
footbrake then release when
engine is running
In brief 19

Before restarting or to switch off the Parking


engine, turn key back to 0.
Do not park the vehicle on an easily
ignitable surface. The high
temperature of the exhaust system
could ignite the surface.
Always apply parking brake without
pressing release button. Apply as
firmly as possible on downhill or
uphill slopes. Depress the
footbrake at the same time to
reduce operating force.
Switch off the engine and ignition.
Turn the steering wheel until the
steering wheel lock engages.
If the vehicle is on a level surface or
uphill slope, engage first gear
before switching off the ignition. On
an uphill slope, turn the front
wheels away from the kerb. If the
vehicle is on a downhill slope,
engage reverse gear before
switching off the ignition. Turn the
front wheels towards the kerb.
Close windows.
Lock the vehicle and activate the
anti-theft alarm system.
Keys 3 20.
20 Keys, doors and windows

Keys, doors and Keys, locks To fold the key, press the button and
fold the key manually.
windows Keys
Radio remote control
Replacement keys
Keys, locks ................................... 20 The key number is specified on a
Doors ........................................... 24 detachable tag.
Vehicle security ............................ 25 The key number must be quoted
when ordering replacement keys as it
Exterior mirrors ............................ 28 is a component of the immobiliser
Interior mirrors ............................. 30 system.
Windows ...................................... 30 Locks 3 205.

Key with foldaway key section

Used to operate:
Central locking system
Anti-theft alarm system
Vehicle locator/Panic alarm system
The radio remote control has an
approximate range of up to
20 metres. This range can be affected
by external influences.
The hazard warning flashers confirm
Press button to extend. operation.
Keys, doors and windows 21

Handle with care, protect from 1. Open the transmitter cover.


moisture and high temperatures and 2. Remove the used battery. Avoid
avoid unnecessary operation. contact between the circuit board
and other components.
Fault
3. Install the new battery. Be sure
If the central locking system cannot
the negative side (-) faces down
be operated with the radio remote
Batteries do not belong in household toward the base.
control, it may be due to the following:
waste. They must be disposed of at 4. Close the transmitter cover.
Range exceeded an appropriate recycling collection
point. 5. Check the operation of the
Battery voltage too low
transmitter with your vehicle.
Frequent, repeated operation of the Key with foldaway key section
radio remote control while not in Fixed key
range, which will require re-
synchronisation Caution
Overload of the central locking
system by operating at frequent Avoid touching the flat surfaces of
intervals, the power supply is the battery with your bare fingers
interrupted for a short time as it will shorten battery life.
Interference from higher-power
Note
radio waves from other sources
Used lithium batteries can harm the
Radio remote control battery environment.
replacement Follow local recycling laws for
Replace the battery as soon as the disposal.
range is noticeably diminished. Note Do not discard with household
Use CR2032 (or equivalent) refuse.
replacement battery.
22 Keys, doors and windows

Note Central locking button Unlocking


In order to keep the transmitter
working properly, follow these Radio remote control
guidelines:
Avoid dropping the transmitter.
Do not place heavy objects on the
transmitter.
Keep the transmitter away from
water and direct sunlight. If the
transmitter gets wet, wipe it with a
soft cloth.
Central locking system
You can activate the central door Locks or unlocks all doors and the
locking system from the driver's door. tailgate.
This system allows you to lock and Press button c.
unlock all the doors from the driver's Press button e to lock.
Unlocks all doors. The hazard
door, using either the key or keyless Press button c to unlock.
warning flashers will flash twice.
remote (from outside) or the door lock If the drivers door is opened, drivers
button (from inside). door and fuel filler door cannot be
If the driver's door is not closed locked.
properly, the central locking system
will not work.
Keys, doors and windows 23

Locking Vehicle locator/panic alarm Fault in radio remote control


system
Radio remote control
Unlocking

Press and release button ! once to


locate the vehicle.
Press button e.
The exterior lamps flash and the horn
Locks all doors. Hazard warning sounds. Manually unlock the driver's door by
flashers will flash once. turning the key in the lock.
Press and hold button ! for
3 seconds to sound the panic alarm. Locking
The horn sounds and the turn signal Close the driver's door and lock it from
lamps flash for 30 seconds until the outside with the key.
button is pressed again or the ignition
switch turned to ACC or ON.
24 Keys, doors and windows

Fault in central locking system Caution Doors


Unlocking
Manually unlock the driver's door by Do not pull the inside door handle Load compartment
turning the key in the lock. The other while the child security door lock is
set to LOCK position. To do so can Tailgate, opening
doors can be opened by using the
interior handle. damage the inside door handle.
Type 1
Locking
9 Warning
Push inside locking knob of all doors
except driver's door. Then close the Use the child locks whenever
driver's door and lock it from the children are occupying the rear
outside with the key. seats.

Child locks To close the child security door lock,


move the lever up to the lock position.
To open a rear door when the child
security door lock is activated, unlock
the door from the inside and open the
door from the outside.
To cancel the child security door lock, To open the tailgate, insert the key
move the lever down to the unlock into the key slot and turn it
position. counterclockwise and then pull the
long handle.
Keys, doors and windows 25

Type 2
The tailgate is locked or unlocked
Tailgate, closing Vehicle security
when all doors are locked or unlocked Type 1
with the key or keyless. When the
Anti-theft alarm system
tailgate is unlocked, pull the long Anti-theft alarm system monitors:
handle to open it. Doors, tailgate, bonnet
Ignition
9 Warning
Activation
Do not drive with the tailgate open
or ajar, e.g. when transporting
bulky objects, since toxic exhaust
gases could enter the vehicle.

Caution
To close tailgate, push it down so it
Before opening the tailgate check latches securely. And insert the key
overhead obstructions, such as a into the key slot and turn it clockwise.
garage door, to avoid damage of
the tailgate. Always check the Type 2
moving area above and behind the To close tailgate, push it down so it
tailgate. latches securely. It locks
automatically when all doors are Directly by pressing e button.
Note locked.
The installation of certain heavy Make sure your hands and any other
accessories onto the tailgate may body parts, as well as those of other
affect its ability to remain open. persons are completely away from
the tailgate closure area.
26 Keys, doors and windows

Status indicator <Type 2> Deactivation


<Type 1>

The security indicator will flash to Unlocking the vehicle by pressing


indicate the anti-theft system is button c deactivates anti-theft alarm
working. system.
It goes out when doors are unlocked
using the keyless entry transmitter. Alarm sound
It comes on when you lock the doors The system provides an alarm when
using the keyless entry transmitter. any of the doors, tailgate or bonnet
are opened without pressing the
unlock button on the transmitter.
To stop the alarm sound, press either
the lock or unlock button on the
transmitter.
Keys, doors and windows 27

Otherwise, after 28 seconds, the <Type 2> Immobiliser


alarm will automatically stop, being The immobiliser system provides an
reset to the activated anti-theft mode. additional theft deterrent to the
If the system does not operate as vehicle in which it is installed and
described above, have it checked by prevents it from being started by
your authorised workshop. unauthorised persons. The valid key
for a vehicle equipped with
Immobiliser immobiliser system is an ignition key
with integrated transponder, which is
Immobiliser indicator electronically coded. The
transponder is placed invisibly in the
<Type 1> ignition key.
Only valid ignition keys can be used
to start the engine.
If an invalid key is used, the indicator
will flash and the vehicle can't be Invalid keys may only open the doors.
started. The engine is automatically
immobilised after the key is turned to
Auto door lock LOCK and has been removed from
If the door is not opened or the the ignition switch.
position of the ignition key is not The immobiliser indicator can be
located in ACC or ON within operated in the following conditions:
30 seconds after unlocking the doors
If the immobiliser system has a fault
using the transmitter, all doors are
(including the Auto Key Learning
automatically locked.
Mode) when the ignition switch is in
28 Keys, doors and windows

ON or START position, the


immobiliser indicator flashes or
Exterior mirrors Simply move the adjusting lever in the
desired direction to adjust the mirror
illuminates continuously. angles.
Convex shape
In some European countries, an
The convex exterior mirror reduces
auxiliary immobiliser is applicated
blind spots. The shape of the mirror Electric adjustment
optionally to improve the vehicle
security level. If the module is makes objects appear smaller, which
replaced with a new one, the will affect the ability to estimate
vehicle cannot be started. If the distances.
vehicle cannot be started or the
immobiliser indicator flashes or Manual adjustment
illuminates, have the system
checked by an authorised
workshop.

Select the relevant exterior mirror by


turning the control to left (L) or right
(R). Then swivel the control to adjust
the mirror.

Adjust the outside rearview mirrors so


you can see each side of your vehicle,
as well as each side of the road
behind you.
Keys, doors and windows 29

Folding you. Do not drive while either Type 2


outside rearview mirror is folded
back.

Heated
Type 1

Operated by pressing the button.


For pedestrian safety, the exterior
mirrors will swing out of their normal Heating works with the engine
mounting position if they are struck running and is switched off
with sufficient force. Reposition the automatically after a few minutes or
mirror by applying slight pressure to by pressing the button again.
the mirror housing.

9 Warning
Always keep your mirrors properly
adjusted, and use them while
driving to increase your visibility of
objects and other vehicles around
30 Keys, doors and windows

Interior mirrors Failure to ensure a clear rear view Windows


while driving may result in a
Manual anti-dazzle collision causing damage to your Manual windows
vehicle or other property and/or
personal injury.

To reduce dazzle, adjust the lever on The door windows can be opened or
the underside of the mirror housing. closed with the window winders.

9 Warning
Your view through the mirror may
lose some clarity when it is
adjusted for night vision.
Take special care with using your
inside rearview mirror when it is
adjusted for night vision.
Keys, doors and windows 31

Power windows <Type 1> Power windows can be operated with


ignition on.
9 Warning Operate the switch for the respective
window by pushing to open or pulling
Take care when operating the to close.
power windows. Risk of injury,
particularly to children. Operation
If there are children on the rear You may operate the power windows
seats, switch on the child safety when the ignition switch is ON by
system for the power windows. using the power window switches on
each door panel.
Keep a close watch on the
windows when closing them. To raise the window pull up the
Ensure that nothing becomes switch.
trapped in them as they move. To lower the window press down the
<Type 2> switch.
Release the switch when the window
reaches the desired position.

9 Warning
Body parts outside the vehicle can
be struck by passing objects.
Keep all parts of body inside
vehicle.
Children can operate and become
entrapped in power windows.
32 Keys, doors and windows

Do not leave your keys or <Type 2> Heated rear window


unattended children in your car. Type 1
Serious injury or death can occur
from misuse of power windows.

Child safety system for rear


windows
<Type 1>

Press switch z to deactivate rear


door power windows. To activate
Type 2
press z again.
Keys, doors and windows 33

Operated by pressing the button.


9 Warning
Heating works with the engine
running and is switched off Do not place the sun visor in such
automatically after a few minutes or a manner that it obscures visibility
by pressing the button again. of the roadway, traffic or other
objects.
Caution
Do not use sharp instruments or
abrasive window cleaners on your
vehicle's rear window.
Do not scratch or damage the
defroster wires when you clean or
work around the rear window.

Sun visors
The sun visors can be folded down or
swivelled to the side to prevent
dazzling.
If the sun visors have integral mirrors,
the mirror covers should be closed
when driving.
34 Seats, restraints

Seats, restraints Head restraints The upper edge of the head restraint
should be at upper head level. If this
is not possible for extremely tall
Position people, set to highest position, and
Head restraints ............................ 34 set to lowest position for small people.
Front seats ................................... 35 9 Warning
Head restraints on front seats
Seat belts ..................................... 37
Only drive with the head restraint
Airbag system .............................. 40 Height adjustment
set to the proper position.
Child restraints ............................. 45 Removed or improperly adjusted
head restraints can result in
serious head and neck injuries in
case of a collision.
Make sure that the head restraint
are readjusted before driving.

Pull the head restraint upwards. To


move down press the catch and push
the head restraint downwards.
Removing
Press the catches and pull up the
head restraint.
Seats, restraints 35

Head restraints on rear seats Front seats Sit with shoulders as far back
against the backrest as possible.
Height adjustment Set the backrest rake so that it is
Seat position possible to easily reach the
steering wheel with arms slightly
9 Warning bent. Maintain contact between
shoulders and the backrest when
Only drive with the seat correctly turning the steering wheel. Do not
adjusted. angle the backrest too far back. We
recommend a maximum rake of
approx. 25.
Adjust the steering wheel 3 60.
Set seat height high enough to
have a clear field of vision on all
sides and of all display instruments.
There should be at least one hand
Pull the head restraint upwards. To
of clearance between head and the
move down press the catch and push
roof frame. Your thighs should rest
the head restraint downwards.
lightly on the seat without pressing
Removing into it.
Press the catches and pull up the Adjust the head restraint 3 34.
head restraint. Sit with buttocks as far back against Adjust the height of the seat belt
the backrest as possible. Adjust the 3 38.
distance between the seat and the
pedals so that legs are slightly
angled when pressing the pedals.
Slide the front passenger seat as
far back as possible.
36 Seats, restraints

Seat adjustment Pull handle, slide seat, release Seat height


handle.
9 Danger
9 Warning
Do not sit nearer than 25 cm to the
steering wheel, to permit safe When positioning seat, ensure the
airbag deployment. grip zone in the centre of the
release bar is used.

9 Warning Seat backrests


Never adjust seats while driving as
they could move uncontrollably.

Seat positioning Turn the handwheel on the outside of


the seat cushion until the seat
cushion is adjusted to the desired
position.

Pull lever, adjust inclination and


release lever. Allow the seat to
engage audibly.
Do not lean on seat when adjusting.
Seats, restraints 37

Heating The seat heater buttons are located in


the front console.
Seat belts
Type 1
To warm the seat:
1. Turn the ignition key on.
2. Press the seat heating button for
the seat that you want to warm.
The indicator in the button will
illuminate.
3. To turn off the seat heater, press
the button again.
Prolonged use of the highest setting
for people with sensitive skin is not
recommended.
Seat heating is operational when
Type 2 The belts are locked during heavy
engine is running.
acceleration or deceleration of the
vehicle for the safety of the
occupants.

9 Warning
Fasten seat belt before each trip.
In the event of an accident, people
not wearing seat belts endanger
their fellow occupants and
themselves.
38 Seats, restraints

Seat belts are designed to be used by Belt pretensioners Triggered belt pretensioners must be
only one person at a time. They are replaced by a workshop. Belt
not suitable for people smaller than pretensioners can only be triggered
150 cm. Child restraint system once.
3 45. Note
Periodically check all parts of the belt Do not affix or install accessories or
system for damage and proper other objects that may interfere with
functionality. the operation of the belt
Have damaged components pretensioners. Do not make any
replaced. After an accident, have the modifications to belt pretensioner
belts and triggered belt pretensioners components as this will invalidate
replaced by a workshop. the vehicle type approval.
Note Three-point seat belt
Make sure that the belts are not In the event of a head-on or side or
damaged by shoes or sharp-edged rear-end collision of a certain severity, Fastening
objects or trapped. Prevent dirt from the front seat belts are tightened.
getting into the belt retractors.
Seat belt reminder X 3 72. 9 Warning

Belt force limiters Incorrect handling (e.g. removal or


On the front seats, stress on the body fitting of belts) can trigger the belt
is reduced by the gradual release of tensioners with risk of injury.
the belt during a collision.
Deployment of the belt pretensioners
is indicated by illumination of control
indicator v 3 73.
Seats, restraints 39

Withdraw the belt from the retractor, Removing


guide it untwisted across the body 9 Warning
and insert the latch plate into the
buckle. The belt must not rest against hard
or fragile objects in the pockets of
Tighten the lap belt regularly whilst your clothing.
driving by pulling the shoulder belt.
Seat belt reminder 3 72.
Height adjustment

To release belt, press red button on


belt buckle.

Seat belts on the rear seats


The seat belt for the rear centre seat
can only be withdrawn from the
Loose or bulky clothing prevents the 1. Press button. retractor if the backrest is in the rear
belt from fitting snugly. Do not place position.
objects such as handbags or mobile 2. Adjust height and engage.
phones between the belt and your Adjust the height so that the belt lies
body. across the shoulder. It must not lie
across the throat or upper arm.
Do not adjust while driving.
40 Seats, restraints

Seat belt use during pregnancy In addition, when a seat belt is worn
properly, it is more likely that the
Airbag system
unborn child will be safe in a crash.
The airbag system consists of a
To provide maximum protection, a number of individual systems.
pregnant woman should wear a
When triggered the airbags inflate
three-point seat belt.
within milliseconds. They also deflate
She should wear the lap portion of the so quickly that it is often unnoticeable
belt as low as possible throughout her during the collision.
pregnancy.
9 Warning
If handled improperly the airbag
systems can be triggered in an
explosive manner.
9 Warning The driver should sit back as far as
possible while still maintaining
The lap belt must be positioned as control of the vehicle. If you are
low as possible across the pelvis sitting too close to the airbag, it
to prevent pressure on the can cause death or serious injury
abdomen. when it inflates.
For maximum safety protection in
Seat belts work for everyone,
all types of crashes, all occupants
including pregnant women.
including the driver should always
Like all occupants, pregnant women wear their seat belts to minimise
are more likely to be seriously injured the risk of severe injury or death in
if they do not wear seat belts. the event of a crash. Do not sit or
Seats, restraints 41

lean unnecessarily close to the In the event of airbag deployment


have the steering wheel, the Caution
airbag while the vehicle is in
motion. instrument panel, all panelling parts,
the door seals, the handles and the If the vehicle is impacted by
The airbag may cause facial or seats replaced by a workshop. bumps or objects on unpaved
body scratch, injury by broken roads or sidewalks, the airbags
glasses or getting burnt by When an airbag deploys, there may may inflate. Drive slowly on
explosion while airbag is be a loud noise and smoke. These surfaces not designed for vehicle
deployed. conditions are normal and are not traffic to prevent unintended
dangerous but it may irritate the skin airbag deployment.
Note of the occupant. If the irritation is
The airbag systems and belt persistent, contact a doctor. When the airbags inflate, escaping
tensioner control electronics are hot gases may cause burns.
located in the centre console area. 9 Danger
Control indicator v for airbag systems
Do not put any magnetic objects in 3 73.
this area. Never allow children or infants and
pregnant women and the old and
Do not stick anything on the airbag
covers and do not cover them with
the weak sit in the front passenger Front airbag system
seats fitted with airbags.
other materials. The front airbag system consists of
Furthermore, do not drive with a one airbag in the steering wheel and
Each airbag is triggered only once. baby seat fitted thereon. In case of one in the instrument panel on the
Have deployed airbags replaced by an accident, the impact from the front passenger side. These can be
a workshop. inflated airbag can cause facial identified by the word AIRBAG.
Do not make any modifications to injury or death.
the airbag system as this will
invalidate the vehicle type approval.
42 Seats, restraints

The forward movement of the front Side airbag system


seat occupants is retarded, thereby
considerably reducing the risk of
injury to the upper body and head.

9 Warning
Optimum protection is only
provided when the seat is in the
proper position 3 35.
Keep the area in which the airbag
inflates clear of obstructions.
The front airbag system is triggered in Fit the seat belt correctly and
the event of an accident of a certain engage securely. Only then the
severity in the depicted area. The airbag is able to protect. The side airbag system consists of an
ignition must be on. airbag in each front seat backrest.
This can be identified by the word
AIRBAG.
Seats, restraints 43

The risk of injury to the upper body Curtain airbag system


and pelvis in the event of a side-on
collision is considerably reduced.

9 Warning
Keep the area in which the airbag
inflates clear of obstructions.

Note
Only use protective seat covers that
have been approved for the vehicle.
Be careful not to cover the airbags.
The side airbag system is triggered in
the event of an accident of a certain
severity. The ignition must be on. 9 Warning The curtain airbag system consists of
an airbag in the roof frame on each
Children who are seated in close side. This can be identified by the
proximity to a side airbag may be word AIRBAG on the roof pillars.
at risk of serious or fatal injury if the
airbag deploys, especially if the
childs head, neck, or chest is
close to the airbag at the time of
deployment.
Never let your child lean on the
door or close to the side airbag
module.
44 Seats, restraints

The risk of injury to the head in the


event of a side impact is considerably
reduced.

9 Warning
Keep the area in which the airbag
inflates clear of obstructions.
The hooks on the handles in the
roof frame are only suitable for
hanging up light articles of
clothing, without coat hangers. Do
The curtain airbag system is triggered not keep any items in these Front passenger airbag system can
in the event of an accident of a certain clothes. be deactivated via a lock on the side
severity. The ignition must be on. of the instrument panel, visible when
Airbag deactivation the front passenger door is open.
The front passenger airbag system
has to be deactivated if a child 9 Warning
restraint system is to be fitted on this
seat. The side airbag and curtain Deactivate front passenger airbag
airbag systems, the belt tensioners system when the front passenger
and all driver airbag systems will seat is occupied by a child.
remain active. Activate front passenger airbag
system when an adult is on the
front passenger seat.
Seats, restraints 45

Use the ignition key to choose the


position:
As long as the control indicator
c off is not illuminated, the front
Child restraints
passenger airbag system will inflate
c off = front passenger airbag are
in the event of a collision.
Child restraint systems
deactivated and will not
inflate in the event of a We recommend the GM child restraint
Change status only when the vehicle
collision. Control indicator system which is geared specifically to
is stopped with the ignition off.
c off illuminates the vehicle.
Status remains until the next change.
continuously. A child When a child restraint system is being
restraint system can be Control indicator for airbag used, pay attention to the following
installed in accordance deactivation 3 73. usage and installation instructions
with the chart. and also those supplied with the child
d on = front passenger airbag are restraint system.
active. No child restraint Always comply with local or national
system may be installed. regulations. In some countries, the
use of child restraint systems is
forbidden on certain seats.
46 Seats, restraints

child's backbone, which is still very Ensure that the child restraint system
9 Warning weak, is under less strain in the event to be installed is compatible with the
of an accident. vehicle type.
NEVER use a rearward facing
child restraint on a seat protected Children under the age of 12 years Ensure that the mounting location of
by an ACTIVE AIRBAG in front of that are smaller than 150 cm are only the child restraint system within the
it, DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY to allowed to travel in a restraint system vehicle is correct.
the CHILD can occur. that is suitable for the child. Suitable Allow children to enter and exit the
are restraint systems that comply with vehicle only on the side facing away
ECE 44-03 or ECE 44-04. Since a from the traffic.
9 Warning proper position of the belt is rarely
possible with a child that is smaller When the child restraint system is not
When using a child restraint than 150 cm, we strongly advise to in use, secure the seat with a seat belt
system on the front passengers use an appropriate child restraint or remove it from the vehicle.
seat, the airbag systems for the system, even though this might due to Note
front passengers seat must be the age of the child no longer be Do not stick anything on the child
deactivated; if not, the triggering of legally binding. restraint systems and do not cover
the airbags poses a risk of fatal Check local laws and regulations for them with any other materials.
injury to the child. mandatory use of child restraint A child restraint system which has
This is especially the case if rear- systems. been subjected to stress in an
facing child restraint systems are Never carry a child whilst travelling in accident must be replaced.
used on the front passengers the vehicle. The child will become too Please ensure that infants and
seat. heavy to hold in the event of a children are seated in the rear seats
collision. using child restraints.
Airbag deactivation 3 44.
When transporting children, use the Until the children can use seat belts,
Selecting the right system child restraint systems suitable for the please select a child restraint
child's weight. suitable for its age and make sure
Children should travel facing
rearwards in the vehicle as long as
possible. This makes sure that the
Seats, restraints 47

the child wears it. Please see the


instructions on the relevant products
for child restraints.
48 Seats, restraints

Child restraint installation locations


Permissible options for fitting a child restraint system
On front passenger seat
Weight and age class activated airbag deactivated airbag On rear outboard seats On rear centre seat
Group 0: up to 10 kg X U1 U2 U
or approx. 10 months
Group 0+: up to 13 kg X U1 U2 U
or approx. 2 years
Group I: 9 to 18 kg X U1 U2 U
or approx. 8 months to 4 years
Group II: 15 to 25 kg X X U U
or approx. 3 to 7 years
Group III: 22 to 36 kg X X U U
or approx. 6 to 12 years

1 = Only if front passenger seat airbag systems are deactivated. If the child restraint system is being secured using a
three-point seat belt, ensure that the vehicle seat belt runs forwards from the upper anchorage point.
2 = Seat available with ISOFIX and Top-Tether mounting brackets.

U = Universal suitability in conjunction with three-point seat belt.


X = No child restraint system permitted in this weight class.
Seats, restraints 49

Permissible options for fitting an ISOFIX child restraint system


Weight class Size class Fixture On front passenger seat On rear outboard seats On rear centre seat
Group 0: up to 10 kg E ISO/R1 X IL1) X
Group 0+: up to 13 kg E ISO/R1 X IL1) X
D ISO/R2 X IL1) X
C ISO/R3 X IL1) X
Group I: 9 to 18 kg D ISO/R2 X IL1) X
C ISO/R3 X IL1) X
B ISO/F2 X IL, IUF X
B1 ISO/F2X X IL, IUF X
A ISO/F3 X IL, IUF X

IL = Suitable for particular ISOFIX restraint systems of the 'specific-vehicle', 'restricted' or 'semi-universal' categories.
The ISOFIX restraint system must be approved for the specific vehicle type.
IUF = Suitable for ISOFIX forward-facing child restraint systems of universal category approved for use in this weight class.
X = No ISOFIX child restraint system approved in this weight class.

1) Move front seat to most forward position or move forward until child restraint system does not have any interference
with front seat backrest.
50 Seats, restraints

ISOFIX size class and seat device


A ISO/F3 = Forward-facing child restraint system for children of maximum size in the weight class 9 to 18 kg.
B ISO/F2 = Forward-facing child restraint system for smaller children in the weight class 9 to 18 kg.
B1 ISO/F2X = Forward-facing child restraint system for smaller children in the weight class 9 to 18 kg.
C ISO/R3 = Rear-facing child restraint system for children of maximum size in the weight class up to 18 kg.
D ISO/R2 = Rear-facing child restraint system for smaller children in the weight class up to 18 kg.
E ISO/R1 = Rear-facing child restraint system for young children in the weight class up to 13 kg.
Seats, restraints 51

ISOFIX child restraint load compartment, allowing child


restraints to be attached to the rear
systems seats.
To install a child restraint which
comes equipped with ISOFIX low and
Top-tether anchorage attachments,
follow the instructions supplied with
your child restraint.
Please take the time to carefully read
and follow all of the instructions on the
following pages and the instructions
supplied with your child restraint.
2. Locate the two lower anchor
Your child's safety depends on it! positions. The location of each
If you have questions, or any doubts lower anchor is identified with a
whether you have installed your child circular marking on the lower
In the past, child restraints have been restraint properly, contact the child edge of the rear seat backrest.
attached to a vehicle's seat by seat restraint manufacturer. If you are still
belts. As a result, child restraints were 3. Make sure there are no foreign
having trouble installing the child objects around lower anchors,
often installed incorrectly or too restraint in your vehicle, we
loosely to adequately protect your including seat belt buckles or seat
recommend that you consult your belts. Foreign objects can
child. authorised workshop. interfere with the proper latching
We now equip your vehicle with Installation of ISOFIX child restraint of the child restraint to the
ISOFIX low anchorages at the two systems: anchors.
rear outboard seating positions and
with Top-tether anchorages at both 1. Select one of the rear outboard
sides of the rear tail member in the seating positions for installation of
the child restraint.
52 Seats, restraints

4. Place the child restraint on the


seat over the two lower anchors 9 Warning 9 Warning
and attach it to the anchors
following the instructions supplied Use all ISOFIX low and Top-tether Child restraint system placed in
with the child restraint. anchorages for their designed the front seat could cause serious
purpose only. injury or death.
5. Adjust and tighten the child
restraint according to the ISOFIX low and Top-tether Never install a rear-facing child
instructions supplied with the child anchorages are designed only to restraint in the front seat of a
restraint. hold child restraints which come vehicle equipped with a front
equipped with low and top passenger airbag.
anchorage attachments. A child in a rear-facing child
Caution
Do not use ISOFIX low and Top- restraint installed in the front seat
Unused child restraint system tether anchorages to hold adult can be seriously injured if the front
could move forward. seat belts, harnesses, or other passenger airbag inflates.
items of equipment in your vehicle. Secure a rear-facing child restraint
Remove child restraint system if
not in use, or secure it with the seat Using ISOFIX low and Top-tether on the rear seat.
belt. anchorages to hold adult seat A front-facing child restraint
belts, harnesses, or other items or should be secured on the rear seat
Note equipment in your vehicle will not whenever possible.
Since a seat belt or child restraint provide adequate protection in the
case of a collision and could result If installed on the front passenger
system can become very hot if it is seat, adjust the seat as far back as
left in a closed vehicle, be sure and in injuries or even death.
it will go.
check the seat cover and buckles
before placing a child there.
Seats, restraints 53

To access the Top-tether anchor


Caution points, do the following:
Full size rear facing child seats 1. Remove the load compartment
may not be suitable for installation. cover.
Contact your Retailer for 2. Attach the clip on the child
information regarding suitable restraint's tether strap to the
child restraint systems. Top-tether anchor, making sure to
Installation of child restraints with remove any twists in the tether
ISOFIX low and Top-tether strap.
anchorage attachments. If the position you are using has
an adjustable head restraint and
Top-tether fastening eyes you are using a dual tether, route
the tether around the head 9 Warning
restraint.
If the position you are using has Make sure the clip on the child
an adjustable head restraint and restraint's tether strap is properly
you are using a single tether, raise attached to the Top-tether
the head restraint and route the anchorage.
tether under the head restraint Incorrect attachment could render
and in between the head restraint the tether strap and top tether
posts. anchorage ineffective.
3. Tighten the child restraint's tether
strap according to the instructions
supplied with the child restraint.
4. Push and pull on the child restraint
after installation to be sure the
child restraint is secure.
54 Storage

Storage Storage compartments Instrument panel storage

9 Warning Storage below the instrument panel


Storage compartments ................ 54 Type 1
Load compartment ....................... 57 Do not store heavy or sharp
objects in the storage
Roof rack system ......................... 59
compartments. Otherwise, the
Loading information ..................... 59 storage compartment lid could
open and vehicle occupants could
be injured by objects being thrown
around in the event of hard
braking, a sudden change in
direction or an accident.
Storage 55

Type 2 Coin box Glovebox

The storage is used for small articles, Store your coins in a place. To open pull the grip.
etc.
9 Warning
To reduce the risk of injury in an
accident or a sudden stop, always
keep the glovebox door closed
while driving.
56 Storage

Cupholders To reduce the risk of personal


Type 1 injury in the event of sudden stop
or collision, do not place
uncovered or unsecured bottles,
glasses, cans, etc., in the cup
holder while the vehicle is in
motion.

Sunglasses storage

The cup holders are located in the


front console and rear part of the
center console.
Type 2
9 Warning
Do not place uncovered cups of
hot liquid in the cup holder while
the vehicle is in motion. If the hot
liquid spills, you burn yourself.
Such a burn to the driver could Fold down and open.
lead to loss of control of the
vehicle. Do not use for storing heavy objects.
Storage 57

Load compartment Note


To ensure enough room for rear seat
3. Pull up the release knob on top of
the rear seat backrest and fold it
cushion operation, slide the front forward and down.
Folding down rear backrests seat forward and adjust the front 4. Adjust the front seats to the
seat backrest upright. desired position.
9 Warning To return the backrest to the upright
position, lift it up and push it firmly into
Do not stack luggage or other place.
cargo higher than the front seats.
Make sure the seat belts are not
Do not allow passengers to sit on pinched by the latch.
the folded seat backrests while the
vehicle is in motion. To return the rear seat cushion, put
the rear part of the seat cushion in its
Unrestrained load or passengers original position ensuring that the
on a folded seat backrest can be seat belt buckle straps are not twisted
thrown around within or ejected or caught under the seat cushion,
from the vehicle in a sudden stop then push the front part of the seat
or accident. This can result in cushion firmly down until it latches.
serious injuries or death.
Caution
To fold down the rear backrest
separately: When returning rear seat backrest
1. Pull up the front of the rear seat to the upright position, place the
cushion to release it. If your rear seat belt and buckles
vehicle is equipped with rear seat between the rear seat backrest
head restraints, they must be and one cushion. Make sure the
removed.
2. Guide the released rear seat
cushion to an upright position.
58 Storage

rear seat belt and buckles do not Caution seats. This could allow cargo to
get pinched under the rear seat slide forward and cause injury or
cushion. Folding a rear seat with the seat damage during sudden stops.
Make sure the seat belts are not belts still fastened may cause
twisted or caught in the seat damage to the seat or the seat Convenience net
backrest and are arranged in their belts.
You can carry small loads with your
proper position. Always unbuckle the seat belts optional convenience net.
and return them to their normal
To install the net, hang each loop in
stowed position before folding a
9 Warning the upper corner of the net to both
rear seat.
anchors of the back panel.
Ensure that the rear seat
backrests are all the way back and 9 Warning Caution
locked in position before operating
the vehicle with passengers on the Never allow passengers to sit on The convenience net is designed
rear seat. top of the folded down backrests, for small loads. Do not carry heavy
Do not pull the release knobs on while the car is moving as this is objects in your convenience net.
the top of the seat backrest while not a proper seating position and
the vehicle is moving. no seat belts are available for use.
It can cause injuries or damage to This could result in serious injury
the occupants. or death in case of an accident or
sudden stop.
Objects carried on the folded
down backrest should not extend
higher than the top of the front
Storage 59

Roof rack system Loading information hinder the freedom of movement of


the driver. Do not place any
unsecured objects in the interior.
Roof rack Heavy objects in the load
compartment should be placed Do not drive with an open load
For safety reasons and to avoid compartment.
damage to the roof, the vehicle against the seat backrests. Ensure
approved roof rack system is that the backrests are securely The payload is the difference
recommended. engaged. If objects can be stacked, between the permitted gross
heavier objects should be placed at vehicle weight (see identification
If you try to carry something on top of the bottom. plate 3 219) and the kerb weight.
your vehicle that is longer or wider For the kerb weight in detail, refer
than the roof rack, the wind can catch Secure objects in load
compartment to prevent sliding. to the technical data section.
it as you drive along. This can cause
you to lose control. What you are When transporting objects in the The kerb weight includes weights
carrying could be violently torn off, load compartment, the backrests of for the driver (68 kg), luggage
and this could cause you or other the rear seats must not be angled (7 kg) and all fluids (tank 90 % full).
drivers to have a collision, and of forward. Optional equipment and
course damage your vehicle. Never Do not allow the load to protrude accessories increase the kerb
carry something longer or wider than above the upper edge of the weight.
the roof rack on top of your vehicle. backrests. Driving with a roof load increases
The maximum load (include roof utility Do not place any objects on the the sensitivity of the vehicle to
bar's weight) for the roof rack rails is load compartment cover or the cross-winds and has a detrimental
50 kg in the vehicle. Do not exceed instrument panel, and do not cover effect on vehicle handling due to
the maximum vehicle capacity when the sensor on top of the instrument the vehicle's higher centre of
loading your vehicle. panel. gravity. Distribute the load evenly
Remove the roof utility bar or and secure it properly with retaining
The load must not obstruct the
luggage, in the auto car washing straps. Adjust the tyre pressure and
operation of the pedals, parking
facility, in case of there are roof utility vehicle speed according to the load
brake and gear selector lever, or
bar or luggage on the roof rack. conditions. Check and retighten the
straps frequently.
60 Instruments and controls

Instruments and Controls Caution


controls Steering wheel adjustment If a strong impact is delivered to
the steering column when the
steering wheel is adjusted or the
Controls ....................................... 60 lever is locked, it may cause
Warning lights, gauges and indi damage to the parts related to
cators ........................................... 66 steering wheel.
Trip computer ............................... 76
Vehicle personalisation ................ 79
Steering wheel controls

Unlock lever, adjust steering wheel,


then engage lever and ensure it is
fully locked.
Do not adjust steering wheel unless
vehicle is stationary and steering
wheel lock has been released.

The Infotainment system can be


operated by the controls on the
steering wheel 3 88.
Instruments and controls 61

Horn Windscreen wiper/washer For a single wipe when the


windscreen wipers are off, lightly
Windscreen wiper move the windscreen wiper lever
toward the INT position and release it.
The lever will return automatically to
its normal position when released.
The wipers will operate through one
cycle.
Misting function
To operate the windscreen wipers
once in case of light rain or mist,
lightly move the windscreen wiper /
washer lever toward the INT position
and release it. The lever will return
Press j. automatically to its normal position
when released. The wipers will
To operate the windscreen wipers, operate through one cycle.
turn the ignition ON and move the
windscreen wiper / washer lever
upward.
Caution
OFF = System off. Less than clear vision for the driver
INT = Intermittent operation. can lead to an accident resulting in
LO = Continuous wipe, slow personal injury and damage to
speed. your vehicle or other property.
HI = Continuous wipe, fast
Do not operate the windscreen
speed.
wipers when the windscreen is dry
or obstructed, as with snow or ice.
62 Instruments and controls

Using the wipers on an obstructed Caution Rear window wiper/washer


windscreen can damage the wiper
blades, wiper motor and glass. Do not operate the windscreen
Check blades are not frozen to washer continuously for more than
windows before operating in cold a few seconds, or when the
weather. Wiper operation while washer fluid tank is empty. This
blade is frozen can damage wiper can cause the washer motor to
motor. overheat resulting in costly
repairs.
Windscreen washer
9 Warning
Do not spray washer fluid on the
windscreen in freezing weather. To operate the rear wiper and
Using washer fluid and wipers in washer, push the lever toward the
freezing weather may cause an instrument panel. Push once: the
accident because the washer fluid wiper will operate continuously at
can form ice on a frozen slow speed. To spray washer fluid,
windscreen and obstruct your push the lever once more.
vision.

Pull lever. Washer fluid is sprayed


onto the windscreen and the wiper
wipes a few times.
Instruments and controls 63

Caution Caution
<Type 2>

Less than clear vision for the driver Do not operate the windscreen
can lead to an accident resulting in washer continuously for more than
personal injury and damage to some seconds, or when the
your vehicle or other property. washer fluid tank is empty. This
Do not operate the rear window can cause the washer motor to
wiper when the tailgate window is overheat resulting in costly
dry or obstructed, as with snow or repairs.
ice.
Using the wiper on an obstructed Clock
window can damage the wiper
blades, wiper motor, and glass. <Type 1>
Check blade is not frozen to Time is shown in the cluster.
window before operating in cold If the clock is not equipped in the
weather to prevent damage to the cluster, time is shown in the
wiper motor. information system.
At freezing temperature do not
spray washer fluid on the rear Set time
window until it is warm.
<Type 1>
Washer fluid can form ice on a Push the CLOCK button of the cluster
frozen tailgate window and for more than 1 second. When the
obstruct your vision. hour display flashes, adjust the
current hour using the CLOCK button.
After approximately 1 second, the
minute display will flash automatically
then adjust the current minute using
64 Instruments and controls

the CLOCK button. The setting will be Power outlets A 12 Volt power outlet is located in the
finished without any operation a few front console.
seconds after adjusting. Type 1
Do not exceed the maximum power
consumption of 120 Watts.
<Type 2>
Press MENU button until the lower With ignition off, the power outlets are
display area flashes. deactivated.
Press the SET/CLR button for more Additionally the power outlets are
than 2 seconds and then it shifts into deactivated in the event of low battery
the setting mode. voltage.
When the hour display flashes, select Do not connect any current-delivering
the hour by using the { or } button accessories, e.g. electrical charging
(if the hour display flashes without devices or batteries.
any operation for more than Do not damage the outlet by using
30 seconds, the time will return to the unsuitable plugs.
setting mode entry time) Type 2
Press SET/CLR button after selecting
the hour and then the minute display
is flashing.
Select the minute by using the
{ or } button (if the minute display
flashes without any operation for
more than 30 seconds, the time will
return to the setting mode entry time).
Press the SET/CLR button after the
minute setting is completed.
Instruments and controls 65

Cigarette lighter To operate the cigarette lighter, turn


9 Warning
the ignition switch to ACC or ON and
Type 1 push the lighter in all the way.
If you leave the vehicle with an
The cigarette lighter will pop out inflammable explosive substance,
automatically when it is ready to use. such as a disposable lighter,
inside the car in summer, it can
Caution explode and cause fire due to an
increase of temperature in the
Overheating the cigarette lighter passenger compartment and the
can damage the heating element boot. Please ensure that no
and the lighter itself. inflammable explosive
Do not press the lighter while it is substances are left or kept inside
heating. This can cause the lighter the car.
to overheat.
Trying to operate a malfunctioning Caution
Type 2 cigarette lighter can be
dangerous. If the heated cigarette The cigarette socket should only
lighter does not pop out within 25 be used with the cigarette lighter.
seconds, pull it out and consult a If other 12 V power adapters are
workshop to have it repaired. It installed into the cigarette socket,
can cause injuries and damage to fuse failure or a potential thermal
your vehicle. incident may occur.
66 Instruments and controls

Caution Caution Warning lights, gauges


and indicators
The barrel of an operating Cigarettes and other smoking
cigarette lighter can become very materials could set them on fire. Speedometer
hot. Do not put paper or other
Do not touch the barrel of the flammable items in the ashtray. <Type 1>
cigarette lighter and do not allow An ashtray fire can lead to
children to operate or play with the personal injury or damage to your
cigarette lighter. vehicle or other property.
The hot metal can cause personal
injuries and damage to your The portable ashtray can be placed in
vehicle or other property. the cupholders.
To open the ashtray, gently lift the lid
Ashtrays of the ashtray. After using, close the
lid firmly.
To empty the ashtray for cleaning,
slightly rotate the upper part of the
ashtray counterclockwise and
remove it.
Instruments and controls 67

<Type 2> Odometer <Type 2>

<Type 1>

Indicates vehicle speed. The odometer shows how far your car
has been driven in kilometres or
miles.
There are two independent
trip odometers, which measure the
distances your vehicle has travelled
since you last reset this function.
Type 1: The odometer, trip A and
trip B can be switched by pressing
the TRIP button.
Type 2: Press MENU until the
upper display area flashes. The
odometer, trip A and trip B can be
68 Instruments and controls

switched by pressing the up/down <Type 2> Fuel gauge


{ or } buttons on the right side of
the instrument cluster. <Type 1>
Note
To reset each trip odometer to zero,
press the TRIP button of the cluster
more than 2 seconds.
Tachometer
<Type 1>

Displays the engine revolutions per


minute.
Drive in a low engine speed range for
each gear as much as possible.
Instruments and controls 69

<Type 2>
9 Danger
Before refuelling, stop vehicle and
switch off the engine.

Control indicators
The control indicators described are
not present in all vehicles. The
description applies to all instrument
versions. When the ignition is
switched on, most control indicators
will illuminate briefly as a functionality
test.
Displays the fuel level in the tank. The control indicator colours mean:
Never run the tank dry. red = danger, important
Because of the fuel remaining in the reminder
tank, the top-up quantity may be less yellow = warning, information, fault
than the specified tank capacity. green = confirmation of activation
Movement of the fuel within the fuel blue = confirmation of activation
tank causes the fuel gauge pointer to
move when you brake, accelerate or
turn.
70 Instruments and controls

Control indicators in the instrument cluster (Type 1)


Instruments and controls 71

Control indicators in the instrument cluster (Type 2)


72 Instruments and controls

Control indicators in the centre Seat belt reminder Seat belt status on rear seats
console X for rear seats illuminates or flashes
Seat belt reminder on front red.
seats 1. When engine is running with all
X for driver's seat illuminates or doors closed and the vehicle
flashes red. speed is less than 10 km/h, the
k for front passenger seat illuminates rear seat belt indicators illuminate
or flashes red, when seat is occupied. until the belts are fastened. In
case that nobody occupies on the
1. After the ignition has been seats, this behaviour is still
switched ON, the control indicator applied.
illuminates until the seat belt is
fastened. 2. If the vehicle speed is over
10 km/h with all doors closed,
2. After the engine is running, the unfastened rear seat belt
control indicator flashes for indicators will illuminate for
100 seconds and then illuminates 35 seconds and go off regardless
Turn signal until the seat belt is fastened. of occupancy of the rear seats. If
O flashes green. 3. If the vehicle moves more than a rear seat belt becomes
250 m or the speed is over fastened, the other unfastened
Flashes 22 km/h with unfastened seat belt, belt indicator will illuminate again
The control indicator flashes if a turn the control indicator will flash and for 35 seconds and go off.
signal or the hazard warning flashers the chime will sound for 3. If any rear seat belt status
are activated. 100 seconds. changes from fastened to
Rapid flashing: failure of a turn signal After 100 seconds, the indicator will unfastened when the vehicle
light or associated fuse. illuminate until the seat belt is speed is over 10 km/h and all
Bulb replacement 3 181, Fuses fastened, and the chime will go off. doors closed, the belt indicator will
3 186, Turn signals 3 83. flash until the seat belt is fastened
and a chime will sound 4 times.
Instruments and controls 73

Three-point seat belt 3 38. Airbag deactivation Malfunction indicator light


d illuminates yellow. Z illuminates or flashes yellow.
Airbag and belt tensioners When the control indicator illuminates It illuminates when the ignition is
v illuminates red. the front passenger airbag is switched on and goes out shortly after
When the ignition is switched on, the activated. the engine starts.
control indicator illuminates for a few c illuminates yellow.
seconds. If it does not illuminate,
When the control indicator illuminates Brake system
does not go out after a few seconds
the front passenger airbag is 4 illuminates red (Type 1).
or illuminates whilst driving, there is a
deactivated.
fault in the airbag system. Seek the R illuminates red (Type 2).
assistance of a workshop. The Airbag deactivation 3 44.
Illuminates when the parking brake is
systems may fail to trigger in the released, if the brake and clutch fluid
event of an accident. Charging system level is too low or if there is a brake
Vehicle trouble or deployment of the p illuminates red. system fault. Brake fluid 3 178.
belt pretensioners or airbags is
indicated by continuous illumination It illuminates when the ignition is
9 Warning
of v. switched on and goes out shortly after
the engine starts. Do not drive with the brake system
9 Warning Illuminates when the engine is warning light on.
running This may mean your brakes are
Have the cause of the fault not working properly.
remedied immediately by a Stop, switch off engine. Battery is not
workshop. charging. Engine cooling may be Driving with malfunctioning brakes
interrupted. Seek the assistance of a can lead to a collision resulting in
Belt pretensioners, airbag system workshop. personal injuries and damage to
3 37, 3 40. your vehicle and other property.
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Illuminates after the ignition is When the ignition is switched on, it Electronic Stability Control
switched on if the manual parking illuminates for approximately
brake is applied. Parking brake 3 seconds and should go out, to b illuminates or flashes yellow.
3 160. confirm that the automatic
transmission is operational. Illuminates
A fault in the system is present.
Antilock brake system Caution Continued driving is possible. Driving
(ABS) stability, however, may deteriorate
If it does not come on, or if it does depending on road surface
u illuminates yellow.
not go out after about 3 seconds, conditions.
Illuminates for a few seconds after the
or if it comes on while driving, it Have the cause of the fault remedied
ignition is switched on. The system is
means that there is malfunction in by a workshop.
ready for operation when the control
the system.
indicator goes out. Flashes
Vehicle should be taken to an
If the control indicator does not go out The system is actively engaged.
authorised repairer as soon as
after a few seconds, or if it illuminates Engine output may be reduced and
possible.
while driving, there is a fault in the the vehicle may be braked
ABS. The brake system remains automatically to a small degree.
operational but without ABS Overdrive off
regulation. Electronic Stability Control 3 160.
X illuminates yellow.
Antilock brake system 3 159. This indicator comes on when the
overdrive function is cancelled. Electronic Stability Control
Transmission Pressing the overdrive button on the off
side of the selector lever knob again a flashes yellow.
Transmission display (Type 1) will make the overdrive OFF indicator The system is deactivated.
A/T illuminates red. go off and activate the overdrive
function.
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Engine coolant Illuminates when the engine is Low fuel


temperature running Y illuminates yellow.
W illuminates red. Caution Illuminates when level in fuel tank is
This light tells you that the engine too low.
coolant has overheated. Engine lubrication may be
interrupted. This may result in Caution
If you have been operating your
vehicle under normal driving damage to the engine and/or
locking of the drive wheels. Do not let your vehicle run out of
conditions, you should pull off the fuel.
road, stop your vehicle and let the
engine idle for a few minutes. If the engine oil pressure warning light This can damage the catalytic
comes on while driving, Pull off the converter.
If the light does not go out, you should
road, stop the engine and check the
switch the engine off and consult a Catalytic converter 3 152.
oil level.
workshop as soon as possible. We
recommend that you consult your
authorised workshop. 9 Warning High beam
When the engine is off, C illuminates blue.
Engine oil pressure considerably more force is needed Illuminated when high beam is on and
I illuminates red. to brake and steer. during headlight flash. High beam /
Do not remove key until vehicle is low beam 3 81.
It illuminates when the ignition is
switched on and goes out shortly after stationary, otherwise the steering
the engine starts. wheel lock could engage Fog light
unexpectedly.
> illuminates green.
Check oil level before seeking the Illuminated when the front fog lights
assistance of a workshop. Engine oil are on 3 83.
3 172.
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Rear fog light Trip computer <Type 2>


r illuminates yellow.
Illuminated when the rear fog light is <Type 1>
on 3 84.

Door open
b illuminates red (Type 1).
( illuminates red (Type 2).
It illuminates when a door or the
tailgate is open.

The trip computer provides the driver


with driving information such as
driving distance for remaining fuel,
ambient temperature, average
speed, and driving time.
Type 1: Each time you press the
MODE button of the cluster, the
display changes in the following
order:
Driving distance for remaining fuel
Average speed Driving time
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Ambient temperature Driving If you fill the vehicle with fuel when the Average speed
distance for remaining fuel vehicle is on an incline or the battery
Type 2: Press MENU until the lower is disconnected, the trip computer will <Type 1>
display area flashes. Use { or } not be able to read the actual value.
to scroll through the menu items. When the driving distance for
remaining fuel is less than 50km, "---"
Driving distance for remaining will be displayed and flashed.
fuel The distance can be different
depending on driving patterns.
Note
As an auxiliary device, the trip
computer may have differences with
the actual distance for remaining
fuel according to circumstances.
The driving distance for remaining
fuel can be changed by the driver,
the road and the vehicle speed
because it is calculated according to
the changing fuel efficiency.

This mode indicates the estimated


driving distance to empty from the
current fuel in the fuel tank.
The distance range is 50~999 km.
The trip computer is able to register
the refilled fuel of at least 4 liters or
more.
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<Type 2> Driving time Ambient temperature

This mode indicates the average This mode indicates the total driving This mode indicates the outside
speed. time. temperature.
The average speed is accumulated To reset the driving time to zero: The temperature range is -30~70C.
while the engine is running even if the
Type 1: Press the MODE button for The ambient temperature is not
vehicle is not driven.
more than 1 second. changed immediately as a general
The average speed range is thermometer because it may cause
Type 2: Press the SET/CLR button
0~180 km/h. confusion while driving.
for more than 1 second.
To reset the average speed to zero: The ambient temperature can be
The driving time is accumulated while
Type 1: press the MODE button for the engine is running even if the different from the actual temperature
more than 1 second. vehicle is not driven. due to driving conditions.
Type 2: Press the SET/CLR button The driving time will be initialized to Note
for more than 1 second. 0:00 after being displayed to 99:59. The driving distance for remaining
fuel, average speed and ambient
temperature can differ from the
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actual distance according to driving


conditions, driving pattern or vehicle
Vehicle personalisation
speed.

Press the CONFIG button, when


ignition is ON and the infotainment
system is activated.
The vehicle can be personalised by
Setting menus are displayed.
changing the settings in the Info
display. To switch the setting menu, turn the
MENU knob.
Depending on vehicle equipment
some of the functions described To select a setting menu, press the
below might not be available. MENU button.
To close or to go back to previous,
press the BACK button.
The following menus can be
displayed:
Languages
Time Date
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Radio Settings
Restore factory Settings

Language Settings
Change the languages.

Time and Date Settings


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Radio Settings
Infotainment system 3 94.

Restore factory Settings


All settings are restored to initial
settings.
Lighting 81

Lighting Exterior lighting 9: The low beam headlights and all


of the above lights are illuminated.
Light switch The headlights will turn off
automatically when the driver's door
Exterior lighting ............................ 81 Exterior light controls is opened after the ignition switch is
Interior lighting ............................. 84 turned to LOCK.
Lighting features .......................... 85
High beam

To turn the head and tail lights on or


off, twist the end of the combination
switch lever. The light switch has
three positions which activate various To switch from low to high beam,
light functions as follows: push lever.
OFF: All the lights are off. To switch to low beam, push lever
8: The tail lights, number plate lights again or pull.
and instrument panel lights are
illuminated.
82 Lighting

Note The lever will return to its normal 2 = all seats occupied and load
The headlight high-beam indicator position when you release it. The compartment laden
illuminates when the headlights are high-beam headlights will stay on as 3 = driver's seat occupied and load
on high beam. long as you hold the combination compartment laden
switch lever toward you.
9 Warning Headlights when driving
Always switch the high beam
Headlight range abroad
headlights to low beam when you adjustment The asymmetrical headlight beam
approach oncoming vehicles or extends visibility at the edge of the
other vehicles ahead. High beam road at the passenger side.
headlights can temporarily dazzle
However, when driving in countries
other drivers, which could result in
where traffic drives on the opposite
a collision.
side of the road, adjust the headlights
to prevent dazzling of oncoming
Headlight flash traffic.
Have the headlights adjusted by a
workshop.

Daytime running lights


To adapt headlight range to the Daytime running light increases
vehicle load to prevent dazzling: turn visibility of the vehicle in the daytime.
knob ? to required position. Taillights are not on.
0 = front seats occupied
1 = all seats occupied
Lighting 83

Hazard warning flashers Turn and lane-change Front fog lights


signals

Operated with the button. To turn on the fog lights, make sure
To activate the hazard warning lever up = right indicator the low-beam headlights are on.
flashers, push the button. lever down = left indicator Turn the ring on the middle of the
To turn off the flashers, push the combination switch lever to ON. To
If the lever is moved past the turn off the fog lights, turn the ring to
button again. resistance point, the indicator is the OFF position.
switched on constantly. When the
steering wheel moves back, the
indicator is automatically deactivated.
84 Lighting

Rear fog lights Interior lighting Note


The battery can be discharged if the
lights stay on for a long time.
Interior lights
Courtesy light 9 Warning
Avoid using the courtesy light
while driving in the dark.
A lit passenger compartment
reduces visibility in the dark, and
could cause a collision.

To turn on the rear fog light, twist the


end of the windscreen wiper lever
when the low beam headlights are on.
To turn off the rear fog light, twist the
end of the lever again. Operate rocker switch:
= always on until shut off
Reversing lights manually.
w = automatic switching on when
The reversing light illuminates when you open a door and off after
the ignition is on and reverse gear is doors are closed.
selected. = always off, even when doors
are open.
Lighting 85

Lighting features
Battery discharge
protection
Switching off electric lights
To prevent the battery from being
discharged, some lights are turned off
automatically if you open the driver's
door when the ignition is switched to
LOCK or ACC.
The courtesy lights will not be applied
with this function.
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Infotainment system Introduction Maximum output power: 25 W x 4


channels
General information Speaker impedance: 4 ohms
The Infotainment system provides The system can be easily adjusted
Introduction .................................. 86 with the carefully designed adjusting
infotainment in your car, using the
Radio ........................................... 97 latest technology. device, smart display and
Audio players ............................. 109 multifunctional menu dial regulator.
The radio can be easily used by
Phone ........................................ 124 registering up to 36 AM/FM or DAB The "Overview" section provides a
(only for Type A) radio stations with simple overview of the Infotainment
the PRESET buttons [1~6] per every system's functions and a summary
six pages. of all regulatory devices.
The integrated CD player can play The "Operation" section explains
audio CD and MP3 (WMA) discs, and the basic controls for the
the USB player can play connected Infotainment system.
USB storage devices or iPod
products.
The Bluetooth phone connection
function allows for the use of wireless
hands-free phone calls, as well as a
phone music player.
Connect a portable music player to
the exterior sound input and enjoy the
rich sound of the Infotainment
system.
The digital sound processor provides
a number of preset equaliser modes
for sound optimisation.
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Screen display The screen display may differ from


the manual display since most screen
displays differ according to the
device's setup and vehicle
specification.
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Control elements overview


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Type A: Radio/DAB + CD/MP3 + 6. FAVOURITE [FAV1-2-3] button forward through the currently
USB/iPod + AUX + Bluetooth Press this button to select the playing songs.
Type B: Radio + CD/MP3 + USB/iPod page of saved favourite channels. 9. CD/AUX button
+ AUX + Bluetooth 7. INFORMATION [INFO] button Press this button to select CD/
1. Display Press this button to view file MP3, USB/iPod or AUX audio
Display for Play/Reception/Menu information when using the CD/ function.
state and information. MP3 or USB/iPod play modes. 10. RADIO BAND button
2. POWER [m] button View information about a radio Toggle between AM/FM or DAB
with VOLUME dial station and the currently playing (Digital Audio Broadcasting: only
Turn the power on/off by song when using the radio for Type A) function.
pressing this button. function. 11. TP button
Turn the control knob to adjust 8. fSEEKe buttons While using the FM RDS function,
the overall volume. Press these buttons while using turn the TP (Traffic Programme)
3. PRESET [1-6] buttons the radio or DAB (Digital Audio function on or off.
Broadcasting: only for Type A) 12. CONFIG button
Hold down any of these buttons to automatically seek stations
to add the current radio station with clear reception. You can Press this button to enter the
to the current favourites page. manually set the broadcasting system setup menu.
Press any of these buttons to frequency by holding down 13. TONE button
select the channel linked to that these buttons. Press this button to adjust/select
button. Press these buttons while using the sound setup mode.
4. EJECT [d] the CD/MP3 or USB/iPod play
Press this button to eject the disc. modes to instantly play the
previous or next track.
5. Disc slot
You can hold down these
This is the slot in which compact
buttons to quickly rewind/fast
discs are inserted or taken out.
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14. MENU button with TUNE dial Steering wheel audio remote 1. Volume [+/-]
Press this button to display the control: option Press the buttons to increase/
currently functioning menu or decrease the volume step.
select/practice the setup Hold down the buttons to
content and setup values. quickly up/down the volume
Turn the dial to move/change level.
the setup content or setup 2. aSEEKb
values.
Press the button to change the
15. PBACK button registered radio stations or
Cancel input content or return to music track being played.
the previous menu. Hold down the button to quickly
16. PHONE [y] / MUTE [@] seek up the frequency or
Press this button to activate forward through the currently
Bluetooth mode/make a call. playing songs.
Hold down the button to turn the 3. Call [y] button
mute function on or off. Press this button to make a call.
4. Hang up c/MUTE [@]
Press this button to end a call.
Hold downthis button in any
music play mode to turn the
mute function on/off.
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Operation Press the POWER [m] button to turn Using the steering wheel audio
the system on. control, press the volume [+/-]
Buttons and controlling device Turning on the power will play the buttons to adjust the volume.
The Infotainment system is operated previously chosen broadcasting The current sound volume is
by using the function buttons, station or song. indicated.
multifunctional dial, and the menu Press the POWER [m] button to turn Turning on the Infotainment system
indicated on the screen display. the system off. power will set the volume level to its
The buttons and control devices used previous selection (when it is less
in the system are the following ones. Volume control than the maximum starting
The Infotainment system buttons volume).
and dial
Volume limit at high temperature
The steering wheel audio control If the inside temperature of the radio
buttons is very high, the Infotainment system
will limit the controllable maximum
System on/off volume.
If necessary, the volume will
automatically decrease.

Turn the volume [VOL] dial to adjust


the volume.
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Tone settings Treble: Adjust the treble level from


-12 to +12.
Fader: Adjust the front/rear speaker
balance from front 15 to rear 15 in
the six speaker system vehicle
model.
Balance: Adjust the left/right
speaker balance from left 15 to right
15.
EQ (Equaliser): Select or turn off
the sound style (OFF Pop Rock
Classical Talk Country).
Turn the TUNE dial to select the
desired tone control value, and then Select function
From the Tone settings menu, sound press the MENU button.
features can be setup differently FM/AM radio or DAB (only for Type A)
according to the FM/AM radio or DAB It is possible to initialise the currently
(only for Type A) audio and each selected item by long-pressing the
audio players functions. MENU button in the tune
configuration mode, or to initialise all
Press the TONE button when using items of the tune configuration mode
the relevant functioning mode. by long-pressing the TONE button.
Turn the TUNE dial to select the
desired tone control mode, and then Tone Settings menu
press the MENU button. Bass: Adjust the bass level from -12
to +12.
Midrange: Adjust the midrange
level from -12 to +12.
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Press the RADIO BAND button to Bluetooth hands-free phone device


select AM/FM radio or DAB (only for
Type A) function.
Press the MENU button to open the
FM menu/AM menu or DAB menu
that includes options for selecting
broadcast stations.
CD/MP3/USB/iPod audio or exterior
sound (AUX) input play

Press the MENU button to open the


menu with options for the relevant
function or the menu of the relevant Press the PHONE [y] button to select
device. the Bluetooth hands-free phone
function.

Repeatedly press the CD/AUX button


to toggle through the audio player
functions, the CD function for CD/
MP3 discs, or the connected USB/
iPod audio player. (CD/MP3 AUX
USB/iPod CD/MP3...)
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(14) MENU button with TUNE dial [Example] Settings Time Date
Turn the dial to move to the menu Set Date: May 25th 2013
or setup item.
Press the button to select/enter the
detailed control screen provided by
the current menu or setup item.
(15) P BACK button
Cancel the input item or return to the
previous screen/menu.

How to use the Settings menu


Press the MENU button to open for personalisation
Bluetooth menu with options for the Settings menus and functions may
relevant function. differ according to the car model.
Press the CONFIG button for the
Reference: Table of information for Settings menu.
Personalisation the Settings menu below.
After referring to the table of
information for the Settings menu
Main buttons/dial below, turn the TUNE dial to move to
The buttons and control knob used in the desired Settings menu and then
the Settings are the following ones. press MENU button.
(12) CONFIG button
Press this button to enter the
Settings menu.
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If the relevant detailed list is made


of several items, then repeat this
action.
Set/enter the relevant setup value
or the functioning state will change.
Table of information for the System
Configuration menu
[Languages]

Indicates the detailed list for the Turn the TUNE dial to attain the
relevant settings menu or desired setup value or functioning
functioning state. state and then press the MENU
If there is another detailed list from button.
the relevant detailed list, you can
repeat this action.

Select the desired language.


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[Time Date] [Radio Settings] Text scroll freeze: On/Off (activate


or deactivate the Text scroll freeze
function).
TA volume: Set the TA volume.
DAB settings (only for Type A): Set
the RDS options.
Auto ensemble linking: On/Off
(activate or deactivate the Auto
ensemble linking function).
Auto linking DAB-FM: On/Off
(activate or deactivate the Auto
linking DAB-FM function).
Dynamic audio adaption: On/Off
Set time: Manually set the hours and Maximum startup volume: (activate or deactivate the Dynamic
minutes for the current time. Manually set the maximum limit for audio adaption function).
Set date: Manually set the current the start-up volume. Band selection: Set the Both, L-
year/month/date. Radio favourites: band or Band III.
Set time format: Select 12h or 24h Manually set your favourites page Restore to factory settings:
time display. numbers. Restore all settings to the default
Set date format: Set the date display RDS options: Set the RDS options. settings.
format.
RDS: On/Off (activate or deactivate
YYYY.MM.DD: 2013 May 23 the RDS function).
DD/MM/YYYY: 23 May 2013 Regional: On/Off (activate or
MM/DD/YYYY: May 23, 2013 deactivate the Regional function).
RDS clock synchronization: Select
On or Off
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[Bluetooth Settings] Radio (8) fSEEKe buttons


Press this button to automatically
AM-FM radio search for available radio or DAB
(only for Type A) stations.
Before using AM-FM Radio and Hold down this button to change the
DAB (only for Type A) radio frequency as desired and
then let the button go to stop at the
Main buttons/dial current frequency.
(10) RADIO BAND button (6) FAVOURITE [FAV1-2-3] button
Toggle between FM, AM radio or DAB Press this button to move through the
(Digital Audio Broadcasting: only for pages of saved favourite radio or DAB
Type A) function. stations.
(14) MENU button with TUNE dial (3) PRESET [1 ~ 6] buttons
Bluetooth: Enter the Bluetooth Turn this dial to manually find a
settings. Hold down any of these PRESET
broadcasting frequency. buttons to register the current radio
Activation: Select On or Off. Press this button to access the or DAB station to that button.
Device list: Select the desired menu screen from the current Press this button to select the
device and select/connect/ mode. station registered to the PRESET
separate or delete. (15) P BACK button button.
Pair device: Try pairing a new Cancel the input item or return to the (7) INFORMATION [INFO] button
Bluetooth device. previous screen/menu. View the information for broadcast
Change bluetooth code: Manually radio or DAB stations.
change/set the Bluetooth code.
(11) TP button
Restore to factory settings: Restore
the initial setup values back to the While using the FM RDS function,
default settings. turn the TP (Traffic Programme)
function on or off.
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(16) MUTE [@] button Searching for radio station Seeking for DAB service component
Hold down the button to turn the mute automatically automatically (only for Type A)
function on or off.

Listening to a radio or DAB (only


for Type A) station
Selecting the radio or DAB mode

Press the fSEEKe buttons to Press the fSEEKe buttons to


automatically search for available automatically search for available
radio stations with good reception. DAB service component in the
current ensemble.
To skip to the previous/next
ensemble, press the fSEEKe
Repeatedly press the RADIO BAND buttons.
button to toggle between FM, AM or
DAB band.
The previously chosen broadcasting
station will be received.
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Seeking for radio stations Seeking for DAB ensemble (only for Linking the DAB service (only for
Type A) Type A)
[DAB-DAB on/DAB-FM off]

Hold down the fSEEKe buttons to


quickly change the frequency and Press the fSEEKe buttons to
then release the button at the desired automatically seek for available DAB
frequency. service component with good
reception.
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[DAB-DAB off/DAB-FM on] When you setup the Auto linking Tuning into DAB stations manually
DAB-FM is activated, if the DAB (only for Type A)
service signal is weak, the
infotainment system received the
linked service component
automatically. [Refer to Settings
(press the CONFIG button) Radio
settings DAB settings Auto linking
DAB-FM].
Tuning into radio stations manually

[DAB-DAB on/DAB-FM on]


From the DAB mode, press the
MENU button to enter the DAB menu.
Turn the TUNE dial to select DAB
manual tuning and then press
MENU button.
Turn the TUNE dial to manually find
the desired broadcasting frequency
and then press MENU button.
Turn the TUNE dial to manually find
the desired broadcasting frequency.
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Using the DAB stations list (only for Showing the DAB information (only Using the PRESET buttons
Type A) for Type A)
Registering the PRESET buttons

Turn the TUNE dial to show the DAB Repeatedly press INFORMATION
stations list. [INFO] button to select the desired Press the FAVOURITE [FAV1-2-3]
The station list information will be display mode for DAB station button to select the desired page of
displayed. information. saved favourites.
If the stations list is empty, DAB Hold down any of the PRESET [1 ~ 6]
stations list updating is started buttons to register the current radio or
automatically. DAB station to that button of the
selected Favourites Page.
Turn the TUNE dial to select the
desired list and then press the Up to 3 favourites pages can be
MENU button to receive the relevant saved and each page can store up
broadcasting channel. to six radio or DAB stations.
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It is possible to setup the number of The number 1 broadcasting Turn the TUNE dial to move to the
favourites pages being used in information of the selected FAV desired menu item and then press the
System Configuration Radio (favourites) preset page will be MENU button to select the relevant
Settings Radio Favourites (Max. displayed. item or to display the item's detailed
number of favourites pages). Press a PRESET [1 ~ 6] button to menu.
If a new radio station is registered directly listen to the radio or DAB
AM/FM or DAB (only for Type A)
to a previously registered PRESET station saved to that button.
menu Favourites list
[1 ~ 6] button, its previous content
will be deleted and be replaced with Using the radio or DAB (only for
the new radio station that is saved. Type A) menu
Listening to a PRESET button directly

From the FM menu/AM menu or DAB


menu item, turn the TUNE dial to
move to the Favourites list and then
Press the MENU button to display the press the MENU button.
radio or DAB menu.
Repeatedly press the FAVOURITE The Favourites list information will be
[FAV1-2-3] button to select the displayed.
desired FAV (favourites) preset page.
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Turn the TUNE dial to move to the FM or DAB menu (only for Type A) DAB menu DAB announcements
desired Favourites list and then press FM or DAB category list (only for Type A)
the MENU button to receive the
relevant broadcasting channel.
AM/FM menu FM/AM station list

From the FM menu or DAB menu turn From the DAB menu, turn the TUNE
the TUNE dial to move to the FM dial and move to the DAB
category list or DAB category list and announcements and then press
then press the MENU button. MENU button.
From the FM menu/AM menu, turn
The FM category list or DAB category The DAB announcement list will be
the TUNE dial to move to the FM
list will be displayed. displayed.
stations list/AM stations list and then
press MENU button. Turn the TUNE dial to move to the Turn the TUNE dial to select the
desired list and then press the desired lists and then press the
The station list information will be
MENU button to receive the relevant MENU button to receive the relevant
displayed.
broadcasting frequency. broadcasting frequency.
Turn the TUNE dial to move to the
desired list and then press the
MENU button to receive the relevant
broadcasting channel.
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AM/FM or DAB (only for Type A) The FM stations list/AM stations


menu Update FM/AM or DAB list or DAB stations list update will
stations list proceed.
During the FM stations list/AM
stations list or DAB stations list
update, press the MENU button or
the P BACK button to stop it from
saving changes.

Radio data system (RDS)


The Radio Data System (RDS) is a
service by FM stations that
considerably makes it easier to find View RDS broadcasting
radio stations with fault-free information
reception. While receiving RDS broadcasting,
From the FM menu/AM menu or DAB RDS stations are indicated by the press the INFORMATION [INFO]
menu, turn the TUNE dial and move programme name with the button to check RDS broadcasting
to Update FM stations list/Update AM broadcasting frequency. information that is being received.
stations list or Update DAB stations
list and then press MENU button.
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Configuring RDS The following advantages result from Switching regionalisation on


activating RDS: and off
On the display the programme RDS must be activated for
name of the set station appears regionalisation.
instead of its frequency. At certain times, some RDS stations
The Infotainment system always broadcast regionally different
tunes into the best receivable programmes on different frequencies.
broadcasting frequency of the set Set the option Regional (REG) to On
station by means of AF (alternative or Off.
frequency).
Only alternative frequencies (AF) with
the same regional programmes are
selected.
If regionalisation is switched off,
Press the CONFIG button to display alternative frequencies of the stations
the Settings menu. are selected without regarding
Turn the TUNE dial to move to Radio regional programmes.
settings, and then press the MENU
button.
Turn the TUNE dial to select RDS
options, and then press the MENU
button.

Switching RDS on and off From the RDS options menu, turn the
Set the RDS option On or Off. MENU-TUNE control knob to move to
RDS Off, and then press the MENU-
TUNE button to turn on the RDS
function.
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From the RDS options menu, turn the From the RDS options menu, turn the From the RDS options menu, turn the
TUNE dial to move to Regional Off, TUNE dial to move to Text scroll TUNE dial to move to TA volume, and
and then press the MENU button to freeze Off, and then press the then press the MENU button.
turn on the Regional function. MENU button to turn on the Text scroll Turn the TUNE dial to adjust the TA
freeze function. volume level, and then press the
Switching the Text scroll freeze MENU button.
on and off Volume of the traffic
Switch the Text scroll freeze function announcements (TA) Radio traffic service
(for displaying the information of the The minimum volume of the traffic TP = Traffic Programme
programme service) On or Off: announcements (TA) can be preset. Radio traffic service stations are RDS
The minimum volume of the traffic stations that broadcast traffic news.
announcements can be increased or Switch the traffic announcement
reduced in comparison to the normal standby facility of the Infotainment
audio volume. system On or Off:
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Blocking out traffic


announcements
To block out a traffic announcement,
e.g. during CD/MP3 replay or radio
reception:

Press the TP button to activate or If the current station is not a radio


deactivate the traffic programme traffic service station, then a search
service function. is automatically started for the next
radio traffic service station.
If the radio traffic service is
switched on, [ ] is displayed in the Once a radio traffic service station
radio main menu. has been found, [TP] is displayed in
the radio main menu. Press the TP button.
If the radio traffic service is Switch on the radio traffic service and
switched on, then the CD/MP3/ fully turn down the volume of the
USB/iPod/Bluetooth music or AUX Infotainment system.
replay is interrupted for the duration The traffic announcement is aborted,
of the traffic announcement. but the radio traffic service remains
switched on.
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Blocking out current traffic Fixed mast antenna Only for Type B
announcements
Block out a current traffic Only for Type A
announcement, e.g. during TA radio
reception:

To remove the roof antenna, rotate it


counterclockwise. To install the roof
antenna, rotate it clockwise.

Press the TP button. Caution


Be sure to remove the antenna
before entering a place with a low
ceiling or it may be damaged.
Entering the automatic car wash
with the antenna installed may
result in damage to the antenna or
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the roof panel. Be sure to remove Audio players An audio CD disc with an anti-
piracy function with no compatibility
your antenna before entering the
with the audio CD standard may not
automatic car wash. CD player work properly or not at all.
The CD/MP3 player of this system CD-R and CD-RW discs that are
Ensure the antenna is tightened can play audio CD and MP3 (WMA) manually recorded are easier to be
correctly and in the fully upright discs. handled with carelessness than the
position for maximum reception.
original CD discs. Manually
Before using the CD player recorded CD-R and CD-RW discs
Important information about audio CD should especially be handled with
and MP3 (WMA) discs care. Please refer to the following.
Manually recorded CD-R and CD-
Caution RW discs may not play properly or
at all. In such cases, this is not a
In any case, do not insert any problem with the device.
DVDs, mini disks with a diameter When changing discs, take care not
of 8 cm, or discs with abnormal to smear any fingerprints on the
surfaces in this CD/MP3 (WMA) playing side.
player.
After removing the disc from the
Do not put any stickers on the disk CD/MP3 player, make sure to
surface. Such disks may get stuck immediately put the disc into a disc
in the CD player, and damage the sleeve to prevent it from being
drive device. If this occurs, then damaged or smeared with dust.
the device will need to be replaced
at high costs.
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If the disc is smeared with dust or Cautions for using discs Play may be stopped due to the
liquid, then this may cause Do not use any of the discs vehicle shaking while driving on
problems by contaminating the lens described below. Excessive use of rugged roads.
of the CD/MP3 player inside the these discs in the player may cause Do not forcefully take out or insert
device. problems. the disc or block it with your hand
Protect the disc from heat and Discs with stickers, labels, or a while it is being ejected.
exposure to direct light. protective cell attached Insert the disc with the printed side
Discs affixed with a label printed facing up. It cannot be played if it is
Usable disc type
with an inkjet printer inserted upside down.
This product can play Audio CD/
MP3 (WMA) discs. Discs that are made by over- Do not touch the recording side with
burning, thus holding data your hand while handling the disc
CD-DA: CD-R/CD-RW (the side without any print or
exceeding the standard capacity
MP3 (WMA): CD-R/CD-RW/CD- decoration).
Discs with cracks or scratches or
ROM Place discs that are not being used
which are bent will not be played
The MP3 (WMA) files below cannot properly in cases, and keep them in a place
be played. not exposed to direct light or high
An 8 cm disc or a non-circular
Files encoded in MP3i (MP3 disc (quadrangle, pentagon, temperatures.
interactive) or MP3 PRO oval) Do not smear any chemical
standards substances on the disc. Clean
Do not put anything other than
MP3 (WMA) files encoded in non- discs in the disc slot since this may discs of dirt with a moist, soft cloth,
standards cause trouble or damage. wiping from the centre to the edge.
MP3 files that are not in MPEG1 The disc player may not work
Layer3 format properly if the heater is turned on in
cold weather due to moisture
created inside the device. If this is
a concern, keep the product off for
about one hour before use.
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Caution for using CD-R/RW disc An MP3 (WMA) disc can have a Joliet: Maximum of 64 characters
When using CD-R/CD-RW discs, maximum of 512 files for each of (1 byte)
only the discs that have been the 10 folder levels, and a Windows long file name:
"finalised" can be used. maximum number of 999 files can Maximum of 128 Characters
Discs that are created with a PC be played. (1 byte)
may not play according to the This system can only recognize
application program setup and MP3 (WMA) discs made in Caution for using MP3/WMA music
environment. ISO-9660 level 1/2 or in the Joliet files
file system. (It does not support the This product can play MP3 (WMA)
CD-R/CD-RW discs, especially
UDF file system.) files with .mp3, .wma (lower case
bulk discs, may not work if they are
MP3/WMA files are not compatible letters) or .MP3 and .WMA (capital
directly exposed to direct light or
with packet writing data letters) file name extensions.
high temperatures, or if they are
kept inside your car for a long time. transmission. MP3 files that can be played by this
The disc on which MP3/WMA files product are the following ones:
The title and other text information
recorded on CD-R/CD-RW discs and audio data (CDDA) are written Bit rate: 8 kbps ~ 320 kbps
may not be displayed on this may not be played if it is a CD-Extra Sampling frequency: 48 kHz,
device. or Mixed-Mode CD. 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz (for MPEG-1),
CD-RW discs may have longer The file/folder names that can be 24 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 16 kHz (for
loading times than CDs or CD-R used per disc storage type are the MPEG-2)
discs. following ones, including the four- While this product can play files
Damaged music files may not be digit file name extensions (.mp3). with a 8 kbps ~ 320 kbps bit rate,
played or will be cut off while ISO 9660 Level 1: Maximum of files with a bit rate above 128kbps
playing. 12 characters will result in high quality sound.
Some anti-piracy discs may not be ISO 9660 Level 2: Maximum of This product can display ID3 Tag
played. 31 characters (Version 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3 or 2.4)
information for MP3 files, such as
the album name and the artist.
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To display the album (disc title), Order of playing music files Playing CD/MP3
track (track title), and artist (track
artist) information, the file should be Main buttons/dial
compatible with the ID3 Tag V1 and (9) CD/AUX button
V2 formats. Select the CD/MP3 player.
This product can play MP3 files (14) MENU button with TUNE dial
using VBR. When playing an MP3
file of this VBR type, the remaining Turn the TUNE dial to move to the
time displayed may be different track list, menu, or MP3 (WMA)
from the real time. track information item.
Press the MENU button to display
the menu screen for the current
item or current mode.
(8) fSEEKe buttons
Press these buttons to play the
previous or next track.
Hold down these buttons to rewind
or fast forward through the track,
and release the button to resume
playing at normal speed.
(4) EJECT [d] button
Eject the disc.
(7) INFORMATION [INFO] button
Displays the information for the track
being played.
(15) P BACK button
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Cancel the input item or return to the Once the reading of the disc If there is no disc to be played, No
previous screen/menu. information is completed, it will CD Inserted will be displayed on the
(16) MUTE [@] button automatically play from track 1. screen and the function will not be
When a non-readable disc is selected.
Hold downthe button to turn the mute
function on or off. inserted, the disc will automatically The track that was previously
be ejected with the display of a disc played will automatically play.
Insert disc error message, and then the
system will switch to the previously Eject disc
used function or the FM radio.

Insert the disc to be played with the


printed surface facing upward in the To eject the disc, press the EJECT
disc inserting slot. When a disc to be played is already [d] button to take out the disc.
inserted, repeatedly press the CD/
AUX button to select CD/MP3 play.
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When the disc comes out, the Or turn the TUNE dial to move to the View information on playing track
Infotainment system automatically play track list, and then press the
switches to the previously used MENU button to instantly change it.
function or the FM radio.
Changing the playing position
The disc will automatically be
inserted back again if it is not taken
out for some time.
Changing the playing track

Press the INFORMATION [INFO]


button in play mode to display
information about the track being
played.
Hold down the fSEEKe buttons
If there is no information on the
during play mode to rewind or fast playing track for audio CDs, then the
forward through the song. Release system will display No information.
the button to resume playing the song
at normal speed. For MP3 (WMA) tracks, more
Press the fSEEKe buttons in play
information can be viewed by turning
mode to play the previous or next The volume is slightly reduced during the TUNE dial from the track
track. rewinding and fast forwarding, and information display.
Using the steering wheel audio the playing time will be displayed.
The information displayed includes
control, tracks can be easily changed
the file name, folder name, and ID3
by turning the Source [dSRCc]
control knob.
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Tag information saved with the Using the CD Menu


song.
If incorrect ID3 Tag information Changing the playback mode
(e.g. artist, song title) was added to
MP3 (WMA) files before they are
burnt to disc, this information will be
displayed as is by the Infotainment
system.
Incorrect ID3 Tag information
cannot be modified or corrected on
the Infotainment system (ID3 Tags
can only be corrected on a PC).
The information for songs Turn the TUNE dial to select the
expressed in special symbols or in Shuffle songs or Repeat playback
unavailable languages may be functions, and then press the MENU
displayed as ---- or not displayed at button to turn the relevant functions
From the CD/MP3 play mode, press
all. On or Off.
the MENU button to display the CD
menu.
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CD Menu Track list CD menu Folders CD Menu Search...

For audio CD discs, turn the TUNE For MP3 (WMA) discs, turn the For MP3 (WMA) discs, turn the
dial from the CD menu to move to the TUNE dial from the CD menu to move TUNE dial from the CD menu, move
Track list, and then press the MENU to Folders, and then press the to Search..., and then press the
button. MENU button. MENU button.
Turn the TUNE dial to find the desired Turn the TUNE dial to move to the After the system reads the disc
Track list, and then press the MENU desired folder, and then press the information, the first song of the
button to play the selected track. MENU button. playlist [iP] will be displayed.
Turn the TUNE dial to find the desired If there are no music files in the
track, and then press the MENU playlist [iP], the first song for each
button to play the selected track from artist [iA] will be displayed.
the selected folder. However, it may take a long time to
read the disc depending on the
number of music files.
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Turn the TUNE dial to find the desired


track/title, and then press the MENU
button to play the selected track.

Auxiliary devices
USB player

Press the MENU button again, and Turn the TUNE dial to move to the
from the displayed search item, turn detailed classification item, and then
the TUNE dial to select the desired press the MENU button.
search item.
The number of relevant songs will be
displayed by Playlist [iP]/Artist [iA]/
Album [iL]/Song Title [iS]/Genre [iG].
If your vehicle has auxiliary devices
you can use the AUX port and USB
port to connect audio devices.
Cautions for using USB devices
Operation cannot be guaranteed if
the HDD built-in USB mass storage
device or CF or SD memory card is
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connected by using a USB adapter. The USB storage device can only Do not disconnect the USB storage
Use a USB of flash memory type be recognised when it is formatted device while it is being played. This
storage device. in FAT16/32 file format. Only may cause damage to the product
Take caution to avoid static devices with an allocated unit size or the performance of the USB
electricity discharge when of 512 Byte/Sector or 2,048 Byte/ device.
connecting or disconnecting the Sector can be used. NTFS and Disconnect the connected USB
USB. If connection and other file systems cannot be storage device when the vehicle
disconnection are repeated many recognised. ignition is turned off. If the ignition
times in a short time, this may According to the type and capacity is turned on while the USB storage
cause a problem in using the of the USB storage device and the device is connected, the USB
device. type of the stored file, the time it storage device may be damaged or
To separate the USB device, use takes to recognise the files may may not operate normally in some
USB Menu Remove USB by differ. This is not a problem with the cases.
using the MENU button with TUNE product in this case, so please wait
dial to carry out the removal of the for the files to be processed. Caution
USB device. Files in some USB storage devices
may not be recognised due to USB storage devices can only be
Operation is not guaranteed if the
compatibility problems, and connected to this product for the
connecting terminal of the USB
connections with a memory reader purpose of playing music files.
device is not metal.
or a USB hub are not supported. The product's USB terminal
Connection with i-Stick Type USB Please check the device's should not be used to charge USB
storage devices may be faulty due operation in the vehicle before use. accessory equipment since the
to vehicle vibration, so their
When devices such as an MP3 heat generation using the USB
operation cannot be guaranteed.
player, mobile phone, or digital terminal may cause performance
Be careful not to touch the USB camera are connected through a issues or damage to the product.
connecting terminal with an object mobile disc, it may not operate
or any part of your body. normally. When the logical drive is separated
from a mass USB storage device,
only the files from the top-level
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logical drive can be played for USB Caution for using USB music files This product can display ID3 tag
music files. This is the reason that Damaged music files may be cut-off (Version 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4)
the music files to be played should during playback or may not be information about album, artist, etc.
be stored in the top-level drive of played at all. for MP3 files.
the device. Music files, in particular Folders and music files are The file/folder names that can be
USB storage devices, may also not displayed in the order of Symbol used according to the storage type
be normally played if an application Number Language are the following ones, including
is loaded by partitioning a separate the four character file name
drive inside the USB device. A maximum of 64 characters can
be recognised for folder or file extension (.mp3).
Music files to which DRM (Digital names written in the Joliet file ISO 9660 Level 1: Maximum of
Right Management) is applied system. 12 characters
cannot be played.
ISO 9660 Level 2: Maximum of
This product can support USB About MP3 (WMA) music files 31 characters
storage devices that are up to 16 The MP3 files that can be played
Gigabytes in capacity with a limit of are the following ones. Joliet: Maximum of 64 characters
999 files, 512 folders, and 10 (1 byte)
Bit rate: 8 kbps ~ 320 kbps
stages of folder structure. Normal Windows long file name:
usage cannot be guaranteed for Sampling frequency: maximum of 128 characters
storage devices that exceed this 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz (for (1 byte)
limit. MPEG-1) This product can play MP3 files
24 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 16 kHz (for which use VBR. When a VBR type
MPEG-2) MP3 file is being played, the
This product displays MP3 (WMA) remaining time displayed may be
files with the mp3, .wma (lower different from the actual time
case letters) or .MP3 or .WMA remaining.
(capital letters) file name
extensions.
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Main buttons/dial Cancel the input item or return to the


The following main buttons and previous menu.
controls are used to play USB music (16) MUTE [@] button
files.
Hold down the button to turn the mute
(9) CD/AUX button function on or off.
Press the button repeatedly when the
USB device is connected to select the Connecting the USB Storage Device
USB play mode.
(14) MENU button with TUNE dial
Turn the dial to move to the track
list, menu or MP3 (WMA) track
information. Once the product finishes reading
Press the button to display the the information on the USB storage
menu screen provided by the device, it will automatically play.
current item or current mode. If a non-readable USB storage
(8) fSEEKe buttons device is connected, then an error
Press these buttons to play the message will appear and the
previous or next track. product will automatically switch to
the previously used function or the
Hold down these buttons to rewind Connect the USB storage device with FM radio function.
or fast forward, and then release to music files to be played to the USB
play at normal speed. connecting terminal. If the USB storage device to be
played is already connected,
(7) INFORMATION [INFO] button repeatedly press the CD/AUX button
Displays the information of the track to select the USB player.
being played. It will automatically play from the
(15) P BACK button previous playing point.
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Afterwards, the functions of the USB USB Menu Remove USB iPod player
player are operated similarly to CD/
MP3 playback. Main buttons/dial
Ending USB music files playback The following main buttons and
Press the RADIO BAND or CD/AUX controls are used to play iPod music
button to select other functions. files.
To end play and disconnect the USB (9) CD/AUX button
storage device, use the USB Menu Press the button repeatedly when the
Remove USB function to safely iPod is connected to select the iPod
remove the USB storage device. play mode.
(14) MENU button with TUNE dial
Using the USB menu
The instructions for Shuffle songs / Turn the dial to move and display
Repeat / Folders / Search... from the the track list that is playing.
USB Menu are similar to the CD/MP3 Press the MENU button from play Press the button to display the
player's CD menu; only the Remove mode to display the USB Menu. menu screen provided by the
USB item has been added. Refer to Turn the TUNE dial to move to current item or current mode.
the CD/MP3 player functions from the Remove USB, and then press the (8) fSEEKe buttons
CD menu. MENU button to display the message
notifying you that it is safe to remove Press these buttons to play the
the USB device. previous or next track.
Disconnect the USB device from the Hold down these buttons to rewind
USB connection terminal. or fast forward, and then release to
play at normal speed.
Return to the previously used
function. (7) INFORMATION [INFO] button
Displays the information of the track
being played.
(15) P BACK button
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Cancel the previous item or return to Some iPod/iPhone product models Once the product finishes reading
the previous menu. may not be supported. the information on the iPod device,
(16) MUTE [@] button Only connect the iPod to this it will play automatically.
Hold down the button to turn the mute product with connection cables If a non-readable iPod device is
function on or off. supported by iPod products. Other connected, then the relevant error
connection cables cannot be used. message will appear and the
Connecting the iPod player product will automatically switch to
the previously used function or the
FM radio function.

In some cases, the iPod product


Connect the iPod with music files to may be damaged if the ignition is
be played to the USB connecting turned off when it is connected to
terminal. the product. If the iPod device to be played is
When the iPod product is not being already connected, repeatedly press
used, keep it separately from this CD/AUX button to select the iPod
product with the car ignition turned player.
off. It will automatically play from the
previously played point.
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The playback functions and the Log-off iPod playback Turn the TUNE dial to move to the
information display items of the To end playback, press the RADIO Eject iPod function, and then press
iPod player used with this product BAND or CD/AUX button to select the MENU button to display the
may be different from the iPod in other functions. message notifying you that it is safe
terms of play order, method, and to remove the device.
the information displayed. Using the iPod menu Separate the iPod device from the
Refer to the following table for the From the iPod menu, the instructions USB connection terminal.
classification items related to the for Shuffle songs / Repeat / Folders /
Search... (including Audio books and Return to the previously used
search function provided by the function.
iPod product. Composers) are similar to the CD/
MP3 player's CD menu; only the Eject
iPod item has been added. Refer to Exterior Sound (AUX) Input
each item of CD/MP3 for use. Main buttons/dial
iPod menu Eject iPod The following main buttons and
controls are used to enjoy the rich
sound of the Infotainment system
from the sound output of a connected
exterior sound device.
(9) CD/AUX button
When an exterior sound device
connected, press the button
repeatedly to select the exterior
sound (AUX) input mode.
Afterwards, the functions to play the
iPod are operated similarly to CD/ (2) VOLUME [VOL] dial
MP3 playback. Turn the control knob to adjust the
volume.
Press the MENU button from play
(16) MUTE [@] button
mode to display the iPod menu.
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Hold down the button to turn the mute


function on or off.
Phone
Connecting an exterior sound Bluetooth
Connect the audio output of the
external audio equipment to AUX Main buttons/dial
input terminal. The following main buttons and dial
are used to play music files or use the
call functions via a Bluetooth device.
(9) CD/AUX button
When a Bluetooth device with a music
player function is connected, press
Press the CD/AUX button to switch to this button repeatedly to select the
the exterior sound input mode if the Bluetooth audio play mode.
exterior sound system has already (14) MENU button with TUNE dial
been connected. Press the button from Bluetooth
Turn the VOLUME VOL dial to adjust phone mode to display the menu
the volume. screen.
Turn the dial to move to the menu
The Infotainment system will or setup value.
automatically switch to the exterior (15) PBACK
sound (AUX) input mode when the
exterior sound device is connected. Cancel the input item or return to the
previous screen/menu.
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(8) fSEEKe buttons If there already is a Bluetooth


Press these buttons in Bluetooth device connected to the
audio play mode to play the Infotainment system, the Bluetooth
previous or next track. is busy message will appear.
Hold down these buttons to rewind Connection standby will be
or fast forward, and release to play displayed with a message and a
at normal speed. security code. (The initial value is
0000, and can be changed from
(16) PHONE [y] / MUTE [@] Settings Bluetooth settings
Press this button to activate Bluetooth Change Bluetooth
Bluetooth mode. code.)
Hold down the button to turn the The Infotainment system can be
mute function on or off. Press the CONFIG button, and use found by searching the to-be-
the MENU button with TUNE dial to connected Bluetooth device.
Connecting Bluetooth move to Settings Bluetooth settings Enter the security code for the
Bluetooth Add device, and then Infotainment system through the
Registering the Bluetooth device press the MENU button. Bluetooth device.
Register the Bluetooth device to be
Bluetooth devices can be
connected to the Infotainment
registered not only by using the
system.
CONFIG button, but also by using
Firstly, set up the Bluetooth device to Phone menu Bluetooth settings
be connected from the Bluetooth Bluetooth Add Device.
settings menu to enable other
devices to search for the Bluetooth
device.
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Connecting/deleting/separating the Press the CONFIG button, and use


Bluetooth devices the MENU button with TUNE dial, to
move to Settings Bluetooth settings
Bluetooth Device list and then
press the MENU button.
Use the MENU button with TUNE dial
to move from the registered Bluetooth
device to the device to be connected,
and then press the MENU button.

If the registration of the device to be


connected to the Infotainment system
is successful, then the screen will
display the information of the Caution
Bluetooth device.
The Infotainment system can If there is a Bluetooth device
register up to five Bluetooth already connected, that device
devices. needs to be disconnected first.
In some Bluetooth devices, it is only
possible to use it when the Always Firstly, set up the Bluetooth device to
connect item is set. be connected from the Bluetooth
setup menu to enable other devices
to search for the Bluetooth device.
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If there is a problem after the


Bluetooth device is connected, use
the MENU button with TUNE dial to
carry out Settings Bluetooth
settings Restore factory settings.
Initialise the device with the
problem caused by an error that
occurred with the connection of the
Bluetooth device and the
Infotainment system.
Sometimes, Bluetooth can only be
connected through hands-free or
You can register by using the MENU To disconnect the currently the Bluetooth audio play functions
button with TUNE dial, moving to connected Bluetooth device, from the despite a stereo headset being
select the item, moving to delete the device list screen, select the connected. In this case, try and
item to delete, and then pressing the connected device, which will display reconnect the Infotainment system
MENU button. Disconnect, and then press the using the Bluetooth device.
MENU button. For Bluetooth devices that do not
support stereo headsets, the
Cautions for registering/connecting Bluetooth audio play function
Bluetooth cannot be used.
When it is not possible to connect
to Bluetooth, delete the entire It is not possible to listen to music
device list from the Bluetooth through the Bluetooth audio if an
device to be connected, and try iPhone is connected through an
again. If deleting the entire device USB connector. This is because of
list does not work, then reinstall the the unique specifications of the
battery and reconnect. mobile phone.
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Bluetooth audio Playing Bluetooth audio The sound played by the Bluetooth
device is delivered through the
How to play Bluetooth audio Infotainment system.
A mobile phone or Bluetooth device For Bluetooth audio to play, the
that supports A2DP (Advanced music must at least be played once
Audio Distribution Profile) versions from the music player mode of the
over 1.2 must be registered and mobile phone or Bluetooth device
connected to the product. after connecting as a stereo
From the mobile phone or headset. After being played at least
Bluetooth device, find the Bluetooth once, the music player will
device type to set/connect the item automatically play upon entering
as a stereo headset. play mode, and it will automatically
A musical note icon [n] will appear stop when the music player mode
at the bottom right of the screen if ends. If the mobile phone or
Press the CD/AUX button repeatedly Bluetooth device is not in the
the stereo headset is successfully
to select the connected Bluetooth waiting screen mode, some
connected.
audio play mode. devices may not automatically play
Do not connect the mobile phone to in Bluetooth audio play mode.
If the Bluetooth device is not
the Bluetooth connection terminal.
connected, then this function cannot Press the fSEEKe buttons to switch
An error may occur if it is connected
be selected. to the previous or next track, or hold
during the CD/MP3 and Bluetooth
audio play mode. Activating the mobile phone or down these buttons to fast forward or
Bluetooth device will play the music rewind.
files. This function only operates with
Bluetooth devices that support
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote
Control Profile) version 1.0 or
above. (Depending on the
Bluetooth device options, some
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devices may display AVRCP being outputs the audio from the mobile attempts, then the device does not
connected for the initial phone or Bluetooth device as it is support contacts transmission.
connection.) transmitted. Note
The information about playing track The message will be displayed when
Bluetooth error messages and
and track position will not be the transmission of contacts is
measures
displayed on the Infotainment supported while information with a
system screen. Bluetooth deactivated
device error is also transmitted.
Check if Bluetooth activation is Update the device again if this
Cautions for playing Bluetooth audio setup as ON. The Bluetooth occurs.
Do not change the track too quickly function can be used upon turning
when playing Bluetooth audio. on Bluetooth activation. Phone book is empty
It takes some time to transmit data Bluetooth is busy This message is displayed if no
from the mobile phone to the phone numbers are stored in the
Check if there are any Bluetooth mobile phone. This will also be
Infotainment system. devices connected. To connect displayed if the phone log
If the mobile phone or Bluetooth another device, disconnect any transmission is supported, but in a
device is not in the waiting screen other connected devices first, and way that is not supported by the
mode, it may not automatically play then reconnect. Infotainment system.
despite being carried out from the Device list is full.
Bluetooth audio play mode.
Check if there are less than 5
If Bluetooth audio playback is not registered devices. No more than 5
functioning, then check to see if the devices can be registered.
mobile phone is in the waiting
screen mode. No phone book available
Sometimes, sounds may be cut off This message will be displayed if
during the Bluetooth audio the mobile phone does not support
playback. The Infotainment system contacts transmission. If this
message appears after several
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Hands free phone Caution


To reject the call, press the Hang
up/Mute button on the steering
Taking calls wheel audio control or use the
It is possible to transfer your MENU button with TUNE dial to
ringtone depending on the mobile select Decline.
phones. Adjust the ringtone
volume of the mobile phone if the
volume is too low.

To talk on the phone, press the call


button on the steering wheel audio
control or turn the TUNE dial to move
to the answer function, and then
press the MENU button.

When a phone call comes through the


connected Bluetooth mobile phone, While talking on the phone, it is
the playing track will be cut off and the possible to block the transmitted
phone will ring with the relevant sound by selecting the Mute Mic
information displayed. (mute microphone) item by using
the MENU button with TUNE dial.
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When it is possible to use services To end the a call, press Hang up/Mute
related to a third-party conversation button on the steering wheel audio
supported by the communications control or turn the TUNE dial to move
service provider through an to the Hang up, and then press the
application, it is possible to make MENU button.
calls during a call through the
Infotainment system. Calling by redial
While third or more-party
conversations, displaying contents
may differ from practical
information.

While talking on the phone, hold Ending a call


down the call button from the
steering wheel audio control to
change to the private call mode
(some phones may not support the
private call mode depending on the
phone's options).
When a call is received with the From the steering wheel audio
Infotainment system and Bluetooth control, press the call button to
is being connected, there are display the redial guidance screen, or
mobile phones that do not hold down the button to display the
automatically change to the private caller log screen.
call mode. This depends on the
original specifications of each
mobile phone.
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received or missed calls instead of Calling by entering numbers


the redial mode. This depends on
the mobile phone's options.

Turn the TUNE dial to select Yes or


contacts, and then press the MENU
button or the call [g] button to make a To make a call by entering the phone
call. number, press the MENU button and
Press the MENU button while the turn the TUNE dial to select Enter
If the mobile phone is not in waiting phone is connected to display the Number, and then press the MENU
mode, your phone might not connecting functions as shown button.
support the redial function. This above.
depends on the mobile phone's
Use the MENU button with TUNE dial
options.
to use the functions in the menu that
When redialling a number, the appears.
connected phone number will not
While talking on the phone, hold down
be displayed.
the call [g] button on the steering
Depending on the mobile phone, wheel audio control to switch to the
there are cases in which the call is private mode.
made through the call history of the
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3. Phone book [d]: Search contacts Using the Phone menu


(usable after updating the phone
numbers) Phone menu Phone book Search
4. Dial [y]: Start dialling

Turn the TUNE dial to select the


desired letters, and then press the
MENU button to enter the number.
Repeat this item to enter all Press the MENU button, turn the
telephone numbers. TUNE dial to select Phone book, and
After the telephone number has been
Press the P BACK button to delete fully entered, turn the TUNE dial to then press the MENU button.
the letters one by one, or hold down start dialling [y], and then press the A notification will appear on screen,
the button to delete all content that MENU button with TUNE dial to make with no contacts to use, and you will
has been entered. a call. be returned to the previous menu.
Refer to the following contents to To end a call, turn the TUNE dial to Turn the TUNE dial to select Search,
edit the input contents. choose Hang up, and then press the and then press the MENU button.
1. Move [_ 6]: Move input position MENU button. Turn the TUNE dial to select First
2. Delete []: Delete input character name or Last name, and then press
the MENU button.
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Turn the TUNE dial from the search Phone menu Phone book Update
results screen to select the desired
item, and then press the MENU
button to view the details for that item.

Turn the TUNE dial to select search


terms/range, and then press the
MENU button. Update the contacts of the connected
mobile phone to the systems
contacts.
To call the relevant number, press the Using the MENU button with TUNE
MENU button. dial, select Phone menu Phone
For more directions, refer to the book Update, and then press the
making phone calls item. MENU button.
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Be aware that hands-free and When requesting for the


Bluetooth audio playback will be certification of the mobile phone, all
cut-off while proceeding with Bluetooth connections will be cut
updates for contacts (other off if it is not accepted, and then the
functions except for hands-free and device will be reconnected.
Bluetooth audio playback can be If there is a problem in the stored
used.) information of the mobile phone,
To update your contacts, it is the contacts may not be updated.
possible to request for the The Infotainment system only uses
transmission certification for information coded in the UTF-8
contacts. If the waiting screen does format.
not change for a long time, you can
check whether the mobile phone is If other operations (game, map
Turn the TUNE dial to select Yes or search, navigation, etc.) are
No, and then press the MENU button requesting for certification. When
requesting for certification of the activated during the contacts
to activate or cancel the update. update or call history transmission
mobile phone, all Bluetooth
Notice for updating contacts connections will be cut off if it is not progress, the update/transmission
This function can be used with accepted, and then the device will process may not work.
mobile phones that support a be reconnected. This is because other operations
contacts update and the call history running on the mobile phone are
transmission function. (If the When receiving the call history, it is
possible to request for the affecting the data transmission.
product is connected to a mobile
transmission certification for the When the contacts update or call
phone that does not support these
call history from the mobile phone. history transmission is completed,
functions, the call history can be
If the waiting screen does not all hands-free and Bluetooth audio
displayed through the Infotainment
change for a long time, check play modes will be automatically
system.)
whether the mobile phone is disconnected and then
An update is not supported for more requesting for certification. reconnected.
than 1,000 contact numbers.
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If the Infotainment system gets Changing the language setup Phone menu Phone book Delete
turned off while talking on the during the contacts update will all
phone, the call will be transmitted to delete all previous updates.
the mobile phone. Some phones If the mobile phone is not set with a
may need to setup a call waiting screen, calls may not be
transmission function beforehand, made to this Infotainment system.
depending on the type of the
phone. If the OS of the mobile phone gets
updated, it may change how the
If the user disconnects the phone's Bluetooth function works.
connection directly (using the
Infotainment or mobile phone), the Special characters and
auto connection function does not unsupported languages will be
take place. displayed as ____.
Auto-connection: This function Calls registered in the contacts
automatically finds and connects without any name will be indicated
the device that was last connected. as No number in contact. Every single phone number that has
The Infotainment system will been stored in the system contacts
The contacts may not always will be deleted.
display all the lists on the phone display contacts, call history, and
when selected. The Infotainment redial information as it is Use the MENU button with TUNE dial
system only displays what has transmitted from the mobile phone. to select Phone menu Phone book
been transmitted from the mobile Delete all, and then press the
phone. MENU button.
The contacts update can only Turn the TUNE dial to select Yes or
receive four numbers per contacts No, and then press the MENU button
directory (Mobile Phone, Office, to delete all contacts or to cancel.
Home, and Other).
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Phone menu Call lists procedures, the contacts and the


call log will be transmitted to the
Infotainment system.
The call log from the mobile phone
and the log displayed on the
Infotainment system may be
different. This Infotainment system
shows the information transmitted
from the mobile phone as it is.
Phone menu Bluetooth settings

Turn the TUNE dial to check the call


history and to make a call.
Check, use, or delete contacts.
Press the MENU button to call the
Use the MENU button with TUNE dial selected number from the call history.
to select Phone menu Call lists, and
then press the MENU button. If the Please wait screen continues
to be displayed for too long after
Use the TUNE dial to select the selecting the call log, check if the
detailed call history, and then press mobile phone is requesting
the MENU button. verification of the transfer of call
numbers. After completing the
mobile phone verification
Setup Bluetooth function.
Use the MENU button with TUNE dial,
select the Phone menu Bluetooth
settings, and then press the MENU
button.
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To activate the Bluetooth function, the mobile phone. For such mobile
register/connect/delete the Bluetooth phones, it is not possible to use the
device or change the Bluetooth code, selected ringtone.
choose Bluetooth by using the For mobile phones that transfer
MENU button with TUNE dial, and your ringtones, the volume of the
then use the MENU button with ringtone will be based on the
TUNE dial to set up the desired item. volume transmitted from the mobile
phone. Adjust the ringtone volume
of the mobile phone if the volume is
too low.

To set up the ring tone and its volume


used by the Bluetooth function, use
the MENU button with TUNE dial to
select Sound & Signal, and then set To reinitialise the Bluetooth settings
up the desired items with the MENU to their default values, use the
button with TUNE dial. MENU button with TUNE dial to select
It is possible that the ringtones you the initial setup restoration item, and
already have are transferred to the then select Yes with the MENU
Infotainment system depending on button.
Climate control 139

Climate control Climate control systems Type 2

Heating and ventilation


Climate control systems ............. 139 system
Air vents ..................................... 146 Type 1
Maintenance .............................. 147

Controls for:
Temperature
Air distribution
Fan speed
Heating
Defrosting windscreen
Air recirculation 4
Heated rear window 3 32.

Temperature
Adjust the temperature by turning the
knob.
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red = warm Fan speed Type 1: Turn the air distribution knob
blue = cold Adjust the air flow by switching the fan to V and move the recirculation lever
to the desired speed. to the left to allow fresh air into the
Heating will not be fully effective until vehicle.
the engine has reached normal
operating temperature.
Heating Type 2: Turn the air distribution knob
to V and set the recirculation mode
Normal heating to outside air mode to allow fresh air
Air distribution 1. Type 1: Move recirculation lever
Select air outlet by turning the into the vehicle.
to the right for the recirculation
centered knob. For maximum heating:
mode.
L = to head area and foot well 1. Type 1: Move recirculation lever
Type 2: Press the recirculation
K = to foot well, with a small to the right for the recirculation
button for the recirculation mode.
amount of the air being mode.
An indicator light comes on to
directed to windscreen, front show that the recirculation is on. Type 2: Press the recirculation
door windows and side air button for the recirculation mode.
vents. 2. Turn air distribution knob.
An indicator light comes on to
M = to head area via adjustable air 3. Turn fan control knob to desired show that the recirculation is on.
vents speed.
2. Turn temperature control knob all
J = to windscreen and foot well,
Maximum heating the way to the red area for
with a small amount of the air
heating.
being directed to front door Use the maximum heating mode for
windows and side air vents. quick heating of the passenger area. 3. Turn fan control knob to maximum
V = to windscreen and front door speed.
Do not use it for lengthy periods. It can
windows, with a small amount result in an accident because the
of the air being directed to side interior air may become stale and the
air vents. windows may fog causing loss of
driver's visibility.
To clear the windows:
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Defrosting the windscreen 1. Type 1: Set the recirculation mode Do not use FLOOR/DEFROST
Type 1 to outside air mode and turn the J or DEFROST V in extremely
air distribution knob to DEFROST humid weather when the
V. temperature control knob is set to
Type 2: Turn the air distribution the blue area.
knob to DEFROST V, then the This can lead to an accident which
recirculation mode is fixed to can damage your vehicle and
outside air mode automatically. cause personal injuries.
The air conditioning system
operates but the indicator light is
not changed. Air recirculation system 4
Type 1
2. Turn temperature control knob to
red area for warm air.
3. Adjust the fan control knob to
Type 2 highest speed for quick
defrosting.
4. Open side air vents as required
and direct them towards the door
windows.

Caution
The difference between the
outside air and the temperature of
the windscreen can cause the The air recirculation mode is operated
windows to fog, thereby restricting with the 4 lever.
your front vision.
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Type 2
9 Warning Air conditioning system
Driving with recirculation mode for 9 Warning
prolonged period of time can make
you sleepy. Periodically turn to the Do not sleep in a vehicle with the
outside air mode for fresh air. air conditioning or heating system
on. It may cause serious harm or
The exchange of fresh air is
death due to a drop in oxygen
reduced in air recirculation mode.
content and/or body temperature.
In operation without cooling the air
humidity increases, so the
Type 1
windows may mist up. The quality
of the passenger compartment air
deteriorates, which may cause the
The air recirculation mode is operated vehicle occupants to feel drowsy.
with the 4 button.
An indicator light comes on to show Heated rear window
that the recirculation is on. The heated rear window is operated
with the button.
* When operating in DEFROST
mode, recirculation is to be fixed to An indicator light comes on to show
outside air mode to provide fast clear that the feature is on.
vision condition of windscreen. Heated rear window 3 32.
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Type 2 red = warm Demisting the windscreen


blue = cold Type 1
Air distribution
Select air outlet by turning the
centered knob.
L = to head area and foot well
K = to foot well, with a small
amount of the air being
directed to windscreen, front
door windows and side air
vents.
M = to head area via adjustable air
vents
Controls for: J = to windscreen and foot well,
Temperature with a small amount of the air
Air distribution being directed to front door
windows and side air vents.
Fan speed V = to windscreen and front door
Demisting and Defrosting windows, with a small amount
Air recirculation 4 of the air being directed to side
air vents.
Cooling n
Heated rear window Fan speed
Adjust the air flow by switching the fan
Temperature to the desired speed.
Adjust the temperature by turning the
knob.
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Type 2 3. Select desired temperature. Type 2


4. Adjust the fan control knob to the
desired speed.

Air recirculation system 4


Type 1

1. Type 1: Set the recirculation mode The air recirculation mode is operated
to outside air mode and turn the with the 4 button.
air distribution knob to DEFROST An indicator light comes on to show
V. that the recirculation is on.
Type 2: Turn the air distribution * When operating in DEFROST
knob to DEFROST V, then the The air recirculation mode is operated mode, recirculation is to be fixed to
recirculation mode is fixed to with the 4 lever. outside air mode to provide fast clear
outside air mode automatically. vision condition of windscreen.
2. Type 1: Switch on cooling n.
Type 2: The air conditioning
system operates but the indicator
light is not changed.
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* When operating in Defrost mode, A/


9 Warning C switch comes on and is to be fixed 9 Warning
to A/C ON without indicator status
Driving with recirculation mode for change. Climate control systems have to
prolonged period of time can make be serviced exclusively by
you sleepy. Periodically turn to the The air conditioning system cools and qualified personnel. Improper
outside air mode for fresh air. dehumidifies (dries) as soon as service methods may cause
outside temperature is a little above personal injury.
The exchange of fresh air is the freezing point. Therefore
reduced in air recirculation mode. condensation may form and drip from
In operation without cooling the air Normal cooling
under the vehicle. 1. Operate the air conditioning
humidity increases, so the
windows may mist up. The quality If no cooling or drying is required, system.
of the passenger compartment air switch off the cooling system to save 2. Turn temperature control knob to
deteriorates, which may cause the fuel. blue area for cooling.
vehicle occupants to feel drowsy. The air conditioning will not operate 3. Turn the air distribution knob.
when the fan control knob is in the off
position. 4. Adjust the fan control knob to the
Cooling n
desired speed.
Type 1: Even though the air-conditioning is
Operated with the n button and is turned on, the vehicle will produce
functional only when the engine and warm air if the temperature knob is set
fan are running. to the red area.
Type 2: To turn off the air conditioning
system, turn the fan knob to 0.
Operated with the n button and is
functional only when the engine and
Caution
fan are running. An indicator light
comes on to show that the air Use only correct refrigerant
conditioning is on.
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Maximum cooling
Type 1
To achieve maximum cooling during
hot weather and when your vehicle
Air vents
has been exposed to the sun for a
long time:
Adjustable air vents
1. Operate the air conditioning At least one air vent must be open
system. while cooling is on in order to prevent
the evaporator from icing up due to
2. Type 1: Move recirculation lever lack of air movement.
to the right for the recirculation
mode.
Type 2: Press the recirculation
button for the recirculation mode.
3. Turn temperature control knob all
the way to the blue area for
cooling.
Type 2 4. Turn fan control knob to highest
speed.

The center vent is not closed


completely.
Direct the flow of air by tilting and
swiveling the slats.
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Fixed air vents Maintenance


Additional air vents are located
beneath the windscreen and front Air intake
door windows and in the foot wells.

Press the cover of each vent to open


the side vents, and rotate it to the
direction you want.
If you do not want the flow, close the
cover of the vent. The air intake in front of the
windscreen in the engine
9 Warning compartment must be kept clear to
allow air intake. Remove any leaves,
Do not attach any objects to the dirt or snow.
slats of the air vents. Risk of
damage and injury in case of an
accident.
148 Climate control

Pollen filter Caution


Passenger compartment air More frequent maintenance of the
filter passenger compartment air filter is
The filter cleans dust, soot, pollen and required if the driving
spores from the air entering the circumstances are dusty roads, air
vehicle through the air intake. pollution areas, and frequent
unpaved roads.
The filter efficiency is decreased
and the bronchus is badly
affected.
2. Remove the filter cover by pulling
up the cover. Air conditioning regular
3. Replace the passenger operation
compartment air filter. In order to ensure continuously
4. Assemble the filter cover and efficient performance, cooling must
glovebox in reverse order be operated for a few minutes once a
month, irrespective of the weather
Note
and time of year. Operation with
Filter replacement: We recommend that you consult
cooling is not possible when outside
your authorised workshop to replace
1. Remove the glovebox. temperature is low.
the filter.
To remove the glovebox, open
and pull it up on each side.
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Service
For optimal cooling performance, it is
recommended to annually check the
climate control system:
Functionality and pressure test
Heating functionality
Leakage check
Check of drive belts
Cleaning of condenser and
evaporator drainage
Performance check

Caution
Use only correct refrigerant

9 Warning
Climate control systems have to
be serviced exclusively by
qualified personnel. Improper
service methods may cause
personal injury.
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Driving and operating Driving hints Starting and operating


Control of the vehicle New vehicle running-in
Driving hints ............................... 150 Use the following precautions for the
Never coast with engine not first few hundred kilometres to
Starting and operating ............... 150 running improve the performance and
Engine exhaust .......................... 152 Many systems will not function in this economy of your vehicle and add to
Automatic transmission .............. 153 situation (e.g. brake servo unit, power its long life:
steering). Driving in this manner is a Avoid full-throttle starts.
Manual transmission .................. 157
danger to yourself and others.
Brakes ........................................ 158 Do not race the engine.
Ride control systems ................. 160 Pedals Avoid hard stops except in
Object detection systems ........... 161 To ensure the pedal travel is emergencies. This will allow your
uninhibited, there must be no mats in brakes to bed in properly.
Fuel ............................................ 163 the area of the pedals. Avoid quick starts, sudden
accelerations, and prolonged
highspeed driving in order to avoid
damage to the engine and to
conserve fuel.
Avoid full-throttle acceleration in
low gear.
Do not tow any other vehicle.
Driving and operating 151

Ignition switch positions 9 Danger Starting the engine


Do not turn the key to 0 or 1 Starting engine with the ignition
position while driving. switch
Vehicle and brake assistance
would not operate, causing vehicle
damage, personal injury or
possibly death.

Caution
Do not leave the key in 1 or 2
position for extended periods
0 (LOCK) = Ignition off while the engine is not running.
1 (ACC) = Ignition off, steering This will discharge the battery.
wheel lock released
2 (ON) = Ignition on Turn the key to position 1, move the
3 (START) = Starting steering wheel slightly to release
the steering wheel lock
Manual transmission: operate
clutch
Automatic transmission : Move
selector lever to P or N.
152 Driving and operating

Do not operate accelerator pedal. uphill slopes. Depress the foot


brake at the same time to reduce
Engine exhaust
Turn the key to position 3,
depressing the clutch pedal and operating force.
footbrake then release when Switch off the engine and ignition. 9 Danger
engine is running Turn the steering wheel until the
Before restarting or to switch off the steering wheel lock engages. Engine exhaust gases contain
engine, turn key back to 0. If the vehicle is on a level surface or poisonous carbon monoxide,
uphill slope, engage first gear which is colourless and odourless
Caution before switching off the ignition. On and could be fatal if inhaled.
an uphill slope, turn the front If exhaust gases enter the interior
Do not operate starter motor for wheels away from the kerb. of the vehicle, open the windows.
more than 10 seconds at a time. If the vehicle is on a downhill slope, Have the cause of the fault
If the engine does not start, wait 10 engage reverse gear before rectified by a workshop.
seconds before trying again. switching off the ignition. Turn the Avoid driving with an open load
This will prevent starter motor front wheels towards the kerb. compartment, otherwise exhaust
damage. Lock the vehicle and activate the gases could enter the vehicle.
anti-theft alarm system.
Parking Catalytic converter
Do not park the vehicle on an easily The catalytic converter reduces the
ignitable surface. The high amount of harmful substances in the
temperature of the exhaust system exhaust gas.
could ignite the surface.
Always apply parking brake without
pressing release button. Apply as
firmly as possible on downhill or
Driving and operating 153

Caution Automatic transmission Selector lever


Fuel grades other than those listed The automatic transmission is an
on pages 3 163, 3 221 could electronically controlled four-speed
damage the catalytic converter or transmission.
electronic components. Fourth gear is overdrive.
Unburnt petrol will overheat and
damage the catalytic converter. Starting the vehicle
Therefore avoid excessive use of 1. After warming up the engine,
the starter, running the fuel tank continue to press the brake pedal
dry and starting the engine by while shifting the selector lever to
pushing or towing. either the R, D, 2 or 1 position.
In the event of misfiring, uneven Caution
engine running, a reduction in engine P (PARK): Locks the front wheels.
performance or other unusual Select P only when the vehicle is
Do not shift between D (Drive) and stationary and the parking brake is
problems, have the cause of the fault R (Reverse) or P (Park) while the
rectified by a workshop as soon as applied.
vehicle is moving. This will cause R (REVERSE): Select R only when
possible. In an emergency, driving damage to your transmission and
can be continued for a short period, the vehicle is stationary.
personal injury.
keeping vehicle speed and engine N (NEUTRAL): Neutral gear position.
speed low. 2. Release the parking brake and D: This drive position is for all normal
the brake pedal. driving conditions. Allows the
3. Slowly press the accelerator transmission to shift into all four
pedal to set the vehicle in motion. forward gears. Fourth gear is
overdrive which reduces engine
speed and noise level while
increasing fuel economy.
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2: Allows the transmission to shift Turn off the engine, apply the
from 1st to 2nd gear and prevents parking brake, and remove the
automatic shifting into 3rd or ignition key when leaving the
4th gear. vehicle.
Select drive range 2 for more power Never leave the vehicle
when climbing hills and for engine unattended while the engine is
braking when driving down steep running.
hills.
1: This position locks the transmission Shifting between gear positions
in first gear. Movement between certain gear
Select 1 for maximum engine braking positions requires pressing the
when driving down severe grades. release button on the side of the
selector lever.
Caution Follow the descriptions as indicated
by the arrows when shifting the
Do not accelerate while engaging selector lever.
a gear.
Never depress the accelerator
pedal and brake pedal at the same
time.
When a gear is engaged, the
vehicle slowly begins to creep
when the brake is released. Push the release button to shift.
Do not use the P (Park) position in Arrows indicate shifts that do not
place of the parking brake. require you to push the release
button.
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Never shift to P or R while the Engine braking is the most effective in


vehicle is in motion. drive range "1". If drive range "1" is
selected at too high speed, the
When stopping the vehicle on an transmission remains in current gear
Depress the brake pedal and push uphill grade, do not hold the until the vehicle slows down.
release button to shift. vehicle in place by pressing the
accelerator pedal. Use the foot Select drive range "2" for ordinary
Shifts that require you to push the engine braking effect. For even
release button are indicated by brake.
greater slowing ability, select "1".
arrows. Press the brake pedal when
shifting from P or N to R or a Note
forward gear. Use of engine compression during
long mountainous descents may
Otherwise transmission could be prolong the life of your brakes.
damaged or vehicle could move
Shift freely. unexpectedly, causing driver to Rocking the vehicle
lose control of the vehicle, Rocking the vehicle is only
9 Warning resulting in personal injury or permissible if the vehicle is stuck in
damage to the vehicle or other sand, mud or snow.
To help prevent damage to the property.
Move the selector lever between D
transmission, observe the and R in a repeat pattern.
following precautions: Engine braking
Do not race the engine and avoid
Do not press the accelerator pedal To help use the braking effect of
sudden acceleration.
while shifting from P or N to R, D, engine compression when driving on
2 or 1. a long downhill: Parking
To do so may not only damage the For automatic transmission, select After stopping the vehicle by pressing
transmission, but could cause you the drive range "2" or "1" if necessary. the brake pedal, engage P and pull
to lose control of the vehicle. the lever up firmly and then remove
Use D as much as possible. ignition key.
156 Driving and operating

Kickdown Overdrive off Fault


In the event of a fault, the malfunction
indicator light or automatic
transmission warning light
illuminates. The transmission no
longer shifts automatically nor
manually because it is locked in a
certain gear.
Have the cause of the fault remedied
by a workshop.

Interruption of power
For faster acceleration press the The fourth gear of your automatic supply
accelerator pedal all the way down transmission is an overdrive. In the event of an interruption of
and hold. The transmission shifts to a To cancel the overdrive function, power supply, the selector lever
lower gear depending on the engine press the overdrive button, and the O/ cannot be moved out of the P
speed. D OFF indicator in the warning telltale position.
box will be ON. If the battery is discharged, start the
The O/D OFF function can be used vehicle using jump leads.
when undesirable shifting to fourth If the battery is not the cause of the
gear happens such as on a long uphill fault, release selector lever and
gradient. remove ignition key from ignition lock.
Note
In normal driving conditions, drive
with the overdrive function activated
for fuel economy.
Driving and operating 157

Release selector lever Manual transmission


Your vehicle has a Brake-
Transmission Shift Interlock (BTSI)
system. Before shifting from park (P),
the ignition must be ON and you must
depress the brake pedal all the way
down. If you cannot shift out of P with
the ignition ON and the brake pedal
depressed:
1. Turn the ignition off
2. Depress and hold the brake pedal
and pull the parking brake lever
up. 4. Insert a screwdriver into the
opening as far as it will go and
move the selector lever out of P.
Start the engine and shift into the If the gear does not engage, set the
gear you want. lever in neutral, release the clutch
If P is engaged again, the selector pedal and depress again; then repeat
lever will be locked in position gear selection.
again. Do not grind the clutch unnecessarily.
5. Close cover. When operating, depress the clutch
pedal completely. Do not use the
6. Have your vehicle repaired as pedal as a foot rest.
soon as possible.
Caution
3. Open cover. It is not advisable to drive with the
hand resting on the selector lever.
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Engine braking Brakes If the brake pedal can be pressed


For manual transmission, downshift further than normal, the brakes
to a lower gear in a sequential order. The brake system comprises two may be in need of repair.
independent brake circuits. Consult a workshop immediately.
9 Warning If a brake circuit fails, the vehicle can We recommend that you consult
still be braked using the other brake your authorised workshop.
Do not downshift your manual
circuit. However, braking effect is
transmission by two or more gear
achieved only when the brake pedal
positions at a time.
is depressed firmly. Considerably Caution
This prevents damage to your more force is needed for this. The
transmission or loss of control and braking distance is extended. Seek Do not drive with your foot resting
personal injuries. the assistance of a workshop before on the brake pedal. To do so will
continuing your journey. accelerate wear of the brake
Note components. The brakes may also
Use of engine compression during become overheated, resulting in
Caution longer braking distance and an
long mountainous descents may
prolong the life of your brakes. unsafe condition.
If one of the circuits fails, the brake
pedal must be pressed with
greater pressure and the braking 9 Warning
distance may be increased. Have
the brake system checked and After driving through deep water,
repaired by a workshop washing the vehicle, or using the
immediately. We recommend that brakes excessively when going
you consult your authorised down a steep hill, the brakes can
workshop.
Driving and operating 159

temporarily lose their stopping ABS starts to regulate brake pressure Fault
power. This may be due to wet as soon as a wheel shows a tendency
brake components or overheating. to lock. The vehicle remains 9 Warning
steerable, even during hard braking.
If your brakes temporarily lose
ABS control is made apparent If there is a fault in the ABS, the
their stopping power because of
through a pulse in the brake pedal wheels may be liable to lock due
overheating: Shift to a lower gear
and the noise of the regulation to braking that is heavier than
when going down hills. Do not
process. normal. The advantages of ABS
continuously apply the brakes.
For optimum braking, keep the brake are no longer available. During
If your brakes temporarily lose hard braking, the vehicle can no
their power because of wet brake pedal fully depressed throughout the
braking process, despite the fact that longer be steered and may
components, the following swerve.
procedure will help restore their the pedal is pulsating. Do not reduce
normal performance: the pressure on the pedal.
Have the cause of the fault remedied
1. Check behind you for other Do not decrease your power to by a workshop.
vehicles. depress the footbrake.
2. Keep a safe forward speed When you start the vehicle after the
with plenty of space to your ignition is switched on, a mechanical
rear and sides. sound can be heard once. This is
normal and shows that the ABS is
3. Gently apply the brakes until ready to operate.
normal performance is
restored. Control indicator u 3 74.

Antilock brake system


Antilock brake system (ABS)
prevents the wheels from locking.
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Parking brake Brake assist Ride control systems


If the brake pedal is depressed
quickly and forcefully, maximum Electronic Stability Control
brake force is automatically applied Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
(full braking). improves driving stability when
Maintain steady pressure on the necessary, regardless of the type of
brake pedal for as long as full braking road surface or tyre grip. It also
is required. Maximum brake force is prevents the driving wheels from
automatically reduced when the spinning.
brake pedal is released. As soon as the vehicle starts to
swerve (understeer/oversteer), the
engine output is reduced and the
wheels are braked individually. This
Always apply parking brake firmly considerably improves the driving
without operating the release button, stability of the vehicle on slippery road
and apply as firmly as possible on a surfaces.
downhill or uphill slope. ESC is operational as soon as the
To release the parking brake, pull the control indicator b extinguishes.
lever up slightly, press the release When ESC is active b flashes.
button and fully lower the lever.
To reduce the operating forces of the
parking brake, depress the foot brake
at the same time.
Control indicator 4 3 73.
Driving and operating 161

9 Warning
ESC is reactivated by pressing the a
button again.
Object detection
ESC is also reactivated the next time
systems
Do not let this special safety
the ignition is switched on.
feature tempt you into taking risks Parking assist
when driving. When the ESC system is actively
Adapt speed to the road improving the stability of the vehicle,
conditions. reduce speed and pay extra attention
to the road condition. The ESC
Control indicator b 3 74. system is only a supplementary
device for the vehicle. When the
Deactivation vehicle exceeds its physical limits, it
can no longer be controlled.
Therefore do not rely on this system.
Keep driving safely.

The parking assist system assists the


driver during backward movement of
the vehicle by chiming if any object is
sensed behind the vehicle.
This system can be turned on
automatically whenever the ignition
switch is ON and the transaxle's
For very high-performance driving selector lever is in R.
ESC can be deactivated by pressing
the a button. This system is deactivated when the
vehicle's speed is greater than
Control indicator a illuminates. approximately 5 km/h.
162 Driving and operating

If the alarm sounds when shifting the Alarm and sensing Alarm Do not push or scratch the surface
gear to R position, this indicates distance sound of the sensor. This will likely
normal condition. damage the covering.
At this time, you can figure out the 1st Alarm --beep--
beep-- There is a chance of malfunction
distance between your vehicle and approx. 0.8~1.5 m from
of the parking assist system when
obstacles with the alarming sound. the rear bumper
driving on uneven surfaces such
However, do not confuse with the 2nd Alarm --beep as woods, gravel roads, jagged
sound that continues when the roads or slopes.
approx. within 80 cm from beep
obstacles are within 40 cm. beep The parking assist system might
the rear bumper
beep not recognize sharp objects, thick
Caution winter clothes or other thick and
3rd Alarm Alarm
stays on soft materials could absorb the
If the following happens, this approx. 20~40 cm from frequency.
indicates that there is a the rear bumper
malfunction in the parking assist
system. The alarm sounds 3 times Caution
continuosly when there are no Caution
obstacles around the rear bumper. When receiving other ultrasonic
Consult a workshop as soon as The parking assist system should signals (metal sound or air braking
possible. We recommend your only be considered as a noises from heavy commercial
authorised workshop. supplementary function. The vehicles), the parking assist
driver must check the rear. system may not work properly.
The audible warning signal can be Clean dirty sensors with a soft
different depending on the objects. sponge and clean water.
The audible warning signal might
not activate in case the sensor is
frozen or stained with dirt or mud.
Driving and operating 163

Such objects may not be detected Fuel Caution


by the system at very close range
(approximately 25 cm) and Fuel for petrol engines Use of fuel with too low an octane
distance within approximately 1m. rating could lead to uncontrolled
Only use unleaded fuel that complies
You should continue to keep with EN 228. combustion and engine damage.
watching the mirrors or turning
Equivalent standardised fuels with an
your head backwards. Normal
ethanol content of max. 10% by Refuelling
precautions when reversing
volume may be used.
should be maintained. Do not
press or shock the sensors by Use fuel with the recommended
hitting or high-pressure water gun octane rating 3 221. Use of fuel with
while washing, or the sensors will too low an octane rating can reduce
be damaged. engine power and torque and slightly
increases fuel consumption.

Caution Caution
The upper portion of the vehicle Use of fuel that does not comply to
can be hit before sensor EN 228 or E DIN 51626-1 or
operation, so check with outside equivalent can lead to deposits or
rearview mirrors or by turning your engine damage and may affect
head during parking. your warranty.
The parking assist system will be
operated correctly on vertically flat
surfaces.
164 Driving and operating

Caution Electromagnetic waves or


currency of mobile phones could
If you use inappropriate grade fuel ignite fuel vapors.
or put incorrect fuel additives into Fuel is flammable and explosive.
the fuel tank, the engine and No smoking. No naked flames or
catalytic converter may be sparks. Follow the operating and
seriously damaged. safety instructions of the filling
Be sure to use the correct fuel station when refuelling.
(petrol or diesel) corresponding to Remove static electricity on your
your vehicle when refuelling. If you hands by touching something able
fill Diesel in your petrol powered to release static electricity when
vehicle, your vehicle can be touching or opening fuel cap or
seriously damaged. refuelling nozzle. 1. Stop the engine.
For safety reasons, fuel Don't do any actions generating 2. Pull up the fuel filler door release
containers, pumps and hoses static electricity like getting on and lever located on the floor, left front
must be properly earthed. Static off vehicle when refuelling. Static side of driver's seat.
electricity can ignite the gasoline electricity could ignite fuel vapors. 3. Turn the fuel filler cap
vapor. You can be burned and If you can smell fuel in your counterclockwise slowly. If a
your vehicle damaged. vehicle, have the cause of this hissing sound is heard, wait for it
remedied immediately by a to stop before completely
workshop. unscrewing the cap. The fuel filler
9 Danger door is in the right rear quarter
panel.
Before refuelling, switch off engine
and any external heaters with
combustion chambers. Switch off
any mobile phones.
Driving and operating 165

715/2007 (in the version respectively


Caution applicable), taking into consideration
the vehicle weight in running order, as
Wipe off any overflowing fuel specified by the regulation.
immediately.
The figures are provided only for the
purpose of comparison between
Fuel consumption - CO2- different vehicle variants and must
Emissions not be taken as a guarantee for the
actual fuel consumption of a
The fuel consumption (combined) for particular vehicle. Additional
the Spark model is within a range of equipment may result in slightly
4.8 to 6.3 l/100km. higher results than the stated
4. Remove the cap. The cap is The CO2 emission (combined) is consumption and CO2 figures.
tethered to the vehicle. within a range of 113 to 119 g/km. Furthermore, fuel consumption is
5. After refuelling, replace cap. Turn For the values specific for your dependent on personal driving style
it clockwise until you hear several vehicle, refer to the EEC Certificate of as well as road and traffic conditions.
clicks. Conformity provided with your vehicle
6. Push the fuel filler door closed or other national registration
until it latches. documents.

Note General information


If, in cold weather, the fuel filler door The official fuel consumption and
does not open, tap the door lightly. specific CO2 emission figures quoted
Then try to open it again. relate to the EU base model with
standard equipment.
Fuel consumption data and CO2
emission data are determined
according to regulation R (EC) No.
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Vehicle care General Information Vehicle storage


Accessories and vehicle Storage for a long period of time
Following must be done if the vehicle
General Information ................... 166 modifications should be stored for several months:
Vehicle checks ........................... 167 We recommend to use genuine Parts
Wash and wax the vehicle.
and Accessories and factory
Bulb replacement ....................... 181 Have the wax in the engine
approved parts specific for your
Electrical system ........................ 186 vehicle type. We cannot assess or compartment and underbody
Vehicle tools .............................. 191 guarantee reliability of other products checked.
Wheels and tyres ....................... 192 - even if they have a regulatory or Fill up fuel tank completely.
otherwise granted approval. Clean and preserve rubber seals.
Jump starting ............................. 201
Do not make any modifications to the Change engine oil.
Towing ....................................... 203 electrical system, e.g. changes of
Appearance care ....................... 205 electronic control units (chip tuning). Drain washer fluid reservoir.
Check coolant antifreeze and
Caution corrosion protection.
Adjust tyre pressure to the value
Never modify your vehicle. It may specified for full load.
affect the performance, durability
Park vehicle in dry, well ventilated
and safety of the vehicle and the
place. Engage first or reverse gear.
warrant may not cover any
Prevent the vehicle from rolling.
problems caused by the
modification. Do not apply the parking brake.
Open bonnet, close all doors and
lock the vehicle.
Vehicle care 167

Disconnect the clamp from the


negative terminal of the vehicle
End-of-life vehicle Vehicle checks
battery. Beware that all systems are recovery
not functional, e.g. anti-theft alarm Information on end-of-life vehicle
Performing work
system. recovery centres and the recycling of
Close the bonnet. end-of-life vehicles is available on our
website. Only entrust this work to an
Putting back into operation authorised recycling centre.
When the vehicle is to be put back into
operation:
Connect the clamp to the negative
terminal of the vehicle battery.
Activate the electronics of the
power windows.
Check tyre pressure.
Fill up the washer fluid reservoir.
Check the engine oil level. 9 Warning
Check the coolant level.
Only perform engine compartment
Fit the number plate if necessary. checks when the ignition is off.
The cooling fan may start
operating even if the ignition is off.
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Type 2 2. Push the safety catch up and


9 Danger open the bonnet.
The ignition system uses
9 Warning
extremely high voltage. Do not
touch. Only touch the foam padding of
the bonnet support rod handle
Bonnet when the engine is hot.

Opening
Type 1

1. Pull the release lever and return it


to its original position.

3. Pull up the support rod lightly from


the holder. And then secure it at
the left side hook of the engine
compartment.

Closing
Before closing the bonnet, press the
support into the holder.
Vehicle care 169

Lower the bonnet and allow it to drop


into the catch. Check that the bonnet
is engaged.

9 Warning
Always observe the following
precautions: Pull on the front edge
of the bonnet to make sure it is
latched securely before you drive
your vehicle.
Do not pull the bonnet release
handle while your vehicle is
moving.
Do not move your vehicle with the
bonnet open. An open bonnet will
obscure the drivers vision.
Operating your vehicle with the
bonnet open can lead to a collision
resulting in damage to your
vehicle to other property, personal
injury or even death.
170 Vehicle care

Engine compartment overview


Petrol engine

<Type 1>
Vehicle care 171

<Type 2>
172 Vehicle care

1. Engine coolant container We recommend the use of the same


2. Engine oil cap grade of engine oil that was used at
last change.
3. Brake fluid container
The engine oil level must not exceed
4. Battery the MAX mark on the dipstick.
5. Fuse block
6. Engine air filter
7. Dipstick for engine oil level
8. Washer fluid container
9. Power steering fluid container
10. Automatic transmission fluid level
dipstick When the engine oil level has
dropped to the MIN mark, top up
engine oil.
Engine oil
It is advisable to check the engine oil
level manually before embarking on a
long journey. The engine oil filler cap is located on
Check with the vehicle on a level the camshaft cover.
surface. The engine must be at
operating temperature and switched Caution
off for at least 5 minutes.
Overfilled engine oil must be
Pull out the dipstick, wipe it clean, drained or suctioned out.
insert it to the stop on the handle, pull
out and read the engine oil level. Capacities and Viscosity 3 225,
Insert dipstick to the stop on the 3 215.
handle and make half a turn.
Vehicle care 173

The fluid level must be checked with


9 Warning the engine running and the selector Caution
lever in P (Park). The vehicle must be
Engine oil is an irritant and, if up to normal operating temperature Take care not to let dirt or foreign
ingested, can cause illness or and parked on level ground. materials contaminate the
death. transmission fluid.
The normal operating temperature for
Keep out of reach of children. the fluid (70C ~ 80C) will be reached Contaminated fluid can cause a
Avoid repeated or prolonged after driving. severe malfunction of the
contact with skin. automatic transmission, leading to
Checking automatic costly repairs.
Wash exposed areas with soap
and water or hand cleaner. transmission fluid level
Be very careful when draining the If the fluid is contaminated or
engine oil as it may be hot enough discolored after inspection, change
to burn you! the automatic transmission fluid.
Use only the fluid specified in the fluid
Automatic transmission chart in this manual.
Decrease in the fluid level indicates a
fluid leak in the automatic transmission. If
To ensure proper functioning, noted, consult a workshop to repair
efficiency, and durability of the the problem as soon as possible. We
automatic transmission, be sure to recommend your authorised
keep the transmission fluid at the workshop.
proper level. Too much or too little
fluid can cause problems. 1. Start the engine.
2. Warm up until the temperature of
the automatic transmission fluid
reaches approximately 70C ~
80C .
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3. Move the selector lever from "P"


to "1" and return to "P". Wait a few Caution
seconds at each selected position
until the selected gears are fully Too much fluid will decrease
engaged. vehicle performance.
4. Pull out the dipstick and wipe it Do not overfill the automatic
clean. transmission fluid.
5. Re-insert the dipstick completely. This can damage the
At this time, it should not contact transmission.
with any other parts.
6. Pull the dipstick out again.
7. Check the oil on the dipstick to 8. Check the oil level. Oil should be
make sure it is not contaminated. between MIN and MAX mark on
the dipstick as shown in the
Caution illustration.
9. If the oil level is below MIN, add
Re-insert the dipstick completely. enough ATF to raise the oil level
At this time, it should not contact to MAX. Do not fill over MAX mark.
with any other parts.
Vehicle care 175

Engine air filter Type 2


Caution
Type 1
The engine needs clean air to
operate properly.
Do not operate your vehicle
without the air filter element
installed.
Driving without the air filter
element properly installed can
damage your engine.

Engine coolant
1. Remove the screws and lift off the In countries with moderate climate
cover. the coolant provides freeze protection
1. Loosen the air filter cover down to approx. -35 C.
attaching clips and open the 2. Inspect or replace the engine air
cleaner/filter. In countries with cold climate the
cover. coolant provides freeze protection
2. Replace the air filter. 3. Put the cover back on tightly and
down to approx. -50 C.
tighten the screws.
3. Lock the cover with the cover Maintain a sufficient concentration of
attaching clips. anti-freeze.

Caution
Only use approved anti-freeze.
176 Vehicle care

Coolant level Caution


9 Warning
Caution Allow the engine to cool before Plain water or the wrong mixture
opening the cap. Carefully open can damage the cooling system.
Too low a coolant level can cause the cap, relieving the pressure
engine damage. Do not use plain water, alcohol or
slowly. methanol anti-freeze in coolant
system.
Fill up with a mixture of demineralised
water and anti-freeze approved for The engine may overheat or even
the vehicle. Install the cap tightly. catch fire.
Have the anti-freeze concentration
checked and have the cause of the Caution
coolant loss remedied by a workshop.
Note Coolant can be hazardous
If the coolant level falls below the line material.
mark, refill the radiator with 50/50 Avoid repeated or prolonged
mix of de-mineralized water and contact with coolant.
phosphate anti-freeze. Clean your skin and nails with
If the cooling system is cold, the In order to protect your vehicle in soap and water after coming in
coolant level should be above the extremely cold weather, use a mix of contact with coolant.
filling line mark. Top up if the level is 40 percent water and 60 percent Keep out of reach of children.
low. anti-freeze.
Coolant can irritate the skin and
can cause illness or death if
swallowed.
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The power steering fluid level must be


Caution between the MIN and the MAX marks. 9 Warning
It is not needed to add coolant Fill up if the level is low. An overflow of the fluid may cause
more frequently than the the fluid to burn or discolour
recommended interval. Caution paintwork.
If you are adding coolant often, Do not overfill the reservoir.
Extremely small amounts of
this may be a sign that your engine An engine fire can cause personal
contamination can cause steering
needs maintenance. injuries and damage your vehicle
system damage and cause it to not
We recommend that you consult work properly. Do not allow and other property.
your authorised workshop. contaminates to contact the fluid
side of the reservoir cap/dipstick or Washer fluid
Power steering fluid from entering the reservoir.

Caution
Do not operate vehicle without the
required amount of power steering
fluid.
To do so can damage the power
steering system of your vehicle,
leading to costly repairs.

Open the cap and remove it.


178 Vehicle care

Fill with clean water mixed with a Brake fluid Only use brake fluid approved for the
suitable quantity of washer fluid which vehicle, Brake and clutch fluid
contains antifreeze. For the correct 3 215.
9 Warning
mixing ratio refer to the washer fluid
container. Caution
Brake fluid is poisonous and
corrosive. Avoid contact with eyes,
Caution skin, fabrics and painted surfaces. Make sure you thoroughly clean
around the brake fluid reservoir
Only washer fluid with a sufficient cap before removing the cap.
antifreeze concentration provides Contamination of the brake fluid
protection at low temperatures or system can affect system
a sudden drop in temperature. performance, leading to costly
repairs.
To refill windscreen washer fluid
reservoir: An overflow of brake fluid on the
engine may cause the fluid to
Use only commercially available burn.
ready-to-use washer fluid for that
purpose. Do not overfill the reservoir.
Do not use tap water. Minerals An engine fire can cause personal
present in tap water may plug the injuries and damage your vehicle
windscreen washer lines. and other property.
The brake fluid level must be between
If air temperature is likely to go the MIN and the MAX marks.
below the freezing point, use When topping up, ensure maximum Caution
washer fluid which has sufficient cleanliness as contamination of the
anti-freezing property. brake fluid can lead to brake system Using low quality brake fluid may
malfunctions. Have the cause of the cause corrosion to internal
loss of brake fluid remedied by a components of the brake system,
workshop.
Vehicle care 179

which may result in decreased Battery Ensure the ignition is switched off
brake system performance, which before connecting or disconnecting
The vehicle contains a lead-acid the vehicle battery.
is a safety concern. Always use battery. The vehicle battery is
high quality brake fluid approved maintenance-free provided that the
for your vehicle model. We 9 Warning
driving profile allows sufficient
recommend GM genuine brake charging of the battery. Short
fluid. Keep glowing materials away from
distance driving and frequent engine the battery to avoid explosion.
starts can discharge the battery. Battery explosion can result in
Caution Avoid the use of unnecessary damage to the vehicle and serious
electrical consumers. injury or death.
Do not dispose of used brake fluid Avoid contact with eyes, skin,
with your household waste. fabrics and painted surfaces. The
Use your local, authorised waste fluid contains sulphuric acid which
management facility. can cause injuries and damage in
Used brake fluid and their the event of direct contact. In case
containers are hazardous. They of skin contact, clean the area with
can damage your health and the Batteries do not belong in household water and seek medical help
environment. waste. They must be disposed of at immediately.
Brake fluid is harsh and can irritate an appropriate recycling collection Keep out of reach of children.
skin and eyes. point. Do not tilt an open battery.
Do not allow the brake fluid to Laying up the vehicle for more than
contact your skin or eyes. If it 4 weeks can lead to battery Battery discharge protection 3 85.
does, immediately wash the discharge. Disconnect the clamp from
affected area thoroughly with soap the negative terminal of the vehicle
and water or hand cleaner. battery.
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Warning label See the Owners Manual for further Foreign material on the windscreen or
information. wiper blades can reduce the
Explosive gas may be present in effectiveness of the wipers. If the
the vicinity of the battery. blades are not wiping properly, clean
both the windscreen and the blades
with a good cleaner or mild detergent.
Wiper blade replacement Rinse them thoroughly with water.
Repeat the process, if necessary.
There is no way to remove traces of
silicone from glass. Therefore, never
apply polish with silicone to your
vehicles windscreen or you will get
streaks which will impair the drivers
vision.
Meaning of symbols: Do not use solvents, gasoline,
No sparks, naked flames or kerosene, or paint thinner to clean
smoking. wipers. These are harsh and can
Always shield eyes. Explosive damage the blades and painted
gases can cause blindness or surfaces.
injury. Lift wiper arm. Press release lever
Keep the battery out of reach of and detach wiper blade.
children. Properly functioning windscreen
The battery contains sulphuric acid wipers are essential for clear vision
which could cause blindness or and safe driving. Regularly check the
serious burn injuries. condition of the wiper blades.
Replace hard, brittle or cracked
blades or those that smear dirt on the
windscreen.
Vehicle care 181

Bulb replacement Headlights


Switch off the ignition and switch off Low beam and high beam
the relevant switch or close the doors. 1. Detach plug connector from bulb.
Only hold a new bulb at the base! Do
not touch the bulb glass with bare
hands.
Use only the same bulb type for
replacement.
Replace headlight bulbs from within
the engine compartment.
Note 3. Press spring clip, disengage it.
After driving in heavy rain or after
washing, some exterior light lenses
could appear frosty.
This condition is caused by the
2. Remove protective cover.
temperature difference between the
inside and outside of the light.
This is similar to the condensation
on your windows inside your vehicle
during the rain and doesn't indicate
a problem with your vehicle.
If the water leaks into the light bulb
circuitry, have the vehicle checked
4. Remove bulb from reflector
by your authorised workshop.
housing.
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5. When fitting a new bulb, engage


the lugs in the recesses on the
reflector.
6. Engage the spring clip.
7. Place headlight protective cover
in position and close.
8. Plug connector onto bulb.
Headlight aiming
The low-beam headlight aiming can
be adjusted with the screw located
above the headlight.
2. Remove protective cover. 4. Remove bulb from socket.
Caution 5. Insert new bulb.
6. Insert holder in reflector.
If the headlights need to be re-
7. Place headlight protective cover
aimed, it is recommended that the
in position and close.
vehicle is taken to your authorised
workshop for service, because it is 8. Plug connector onto bulb.
related with safety.
Fog lights
Parking lights Have bulbs replaced by a workshop.

1. Detach plug connector from bulb. Fog light aiming


The fog light aiming can be adjusted
with the screw located above the fog
3. Remove side light bulb holder
light.
from reflector.
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Caution Tail lights


If the fog lights need to be re-
aimed, it is recommended that the
vehicle is taken to your authorised
workshop for service, because it is
related with safety.

Front turn signal lights

2. Push bulb into socket slightly,


rotate anti-clockwise, remove and
renew bulb. 1. Unscrew both screws.
3. Insert bulb holder in reflector, 2. Remove tail light assembly. Take
rotate clockwise to engage. care that the cable duct remains in
position.

1. Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise


and disengage.
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4. Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise. Side turn signal lights


1. Push light towards the back of the
vehicle and remove.
2. Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise.
3. Pull bulb out of the bulb holder and
renew.
4. Reinstall in reverse order.

3. Tail light/brake light (1)


Turn signal light (2) 5. Remove bulb holder. Push bulb
Reverse light (passenger's side) / into socket slightly, rotate anti-
Rear fog light (Driver's side) (3) clockwise, remove and renew
bulb.
6. Insert bulb holder into the tail light
assembly and screw into place.
Connect wiring plug. Install tail
light assembly in body and tighten
screws. Close covers and
engage.
7. Switch on ignition, operate and
check all lights.
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Centre high-mounted 5. Install a new bulb. 3. Remove bulb from holder and
6. Reinstall the lamp housing. renew bulb.
brake light 4. Insert bulb holder in bulb housing
<Bulb type> <LED type> and rotate clockwise.
Have bulbs replaced by a workshop. 5. Insert bulb housing and secure
using a screwdriver.
Number plate light
Interior lights
Courtesy lights
1. To remove it, prise the opposite
side of the light switch using a flat-
blade screwdriver. (Be careful not
to make scratches.)
2. Remove the bulb.
3. Replace the bulb.
1. Open the tailgate.
4. Reinstall the light assembly.
2. Remove the two screws and the
lamp housing. Disconnect the
wiring harness connector before 1. Unscrew both screws.
removing the lamp housing. 2. Remove bulb housing downward,
3. Remove the two screws and the taking care not to pull on the
reflector assembly. cable.
4. Remove the bulb by pulling it Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise
straight out of the bulb holder. to disengage.
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Load compartment light 2. Remove bulb. Electrical system


3. Insert new bulb.
4. Install lamp. Fuses
Data on the replacement fuse must
match the data on the defective fuse.
In a box above the positive terminal of
the battery are some main fuses. If
necessary have them changed by a
workshop.
Before replacing a fuse, turn off the
respective switch and the ignition.
A blown fuse can be recognised by its
1. Prise the lamp out with a melted wire. Do not replace the fuse
screwdriver. until the cause of the fault has been
remedied.
Some functions are protected by
several fuses.
Fuses may also be inserted without
existence of a function.

Fuse extractor
A fuse extractor may be located in the
fuse box in the engine compartment.
Place the fuse extractor on the
various types of fuse from the top or
side and withdraw fuse.
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Engine compartment fuse


box

The fuse box is in the engine


compartment.
Disengage the cover, lift it upwards
and remove.
Note
Not all fuse box descriptions in this
manual may apply to your vehicle.
When inspecting the fuse box, refer
to the fuse box label.
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Vehicle care 189

No. Circuit No. Circuit No. Circuit


1 Fuel pump 18 Headlight high beam 35 Front window
2 Parking light relay 19 Headlight low beam LH 36 Front window relay
3 Fan low speed relay 20 Headlight low beam RH 37 Engine control module
4 Fan high speed 21 Spare fuse 38
5 Air conditioning 22 Spare fuse 39 Spare fuse
6 Fan high speed relay 23 Ignition 2 / starter
7 Air conditioning relay 24 Ignition 1 / accessory Instrument panel fuse box
8 ABS 2 25 Hazard warning flashers Type 1
9 Parking light LH 26 Horn
10 Parking light RH 27 Headlight low beam relay
11 Front fog light 28 Horn relay
12 Fan low speed 29 Engine main relay
13 ABS 1 30 Ignition
14 Front fog light relay 31 EMS 1
15 Fuel pump relay 32 EMS 2
16 Spare fuse 33 Instrument panel battery
17 Headlight high beam relay 34
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Type2 1. Open the fuse panel door by No. Circuit


pulling out at the top.
1 Rear wiper
2 Mirror/outside rear view mirror
3 Headlight
4 Electric OSRVM
5 Door lock
6 Front wiper
7
8 Reverse lights
The interior fuse box is located on the 9 Turn signals
2. Remove the fuse panel door
underside of the driver's side
diagonally.
instrument panel. 10 Rear defogger
11 Rear fog lights
12 Instrument cluster
13 Blower motor control module
14 Airbag
15 Theft deterrent / data link
connector
16 Transmission control module
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No. Circuit Vehicle tools


17 Rear power windows
Tools
18 Radio / remote keyless entry /
remote entry Vehicles with tyre repair kit
The tools and tyre repair kit are in a
19 Engine control module (ECM) /
storage compartment below the floor
theft deterrent
cover in the load compartment.
20 Heat mat
Vehicles with spare wheel
21 Cigarette lighter The jack and the tools are in a storage
22 Brake light compartment in the load
compartment above the spare wheel. Full-size spare wheel 3 199.
23 Starter
24 Radio / clock / remote keyless
entry
25 Airbag
26 Interior lights

Compact spare wheel 3 199.


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Wheels and tyres 95 = Load index e.g. 95 is


equivalent to 690 kg
H = Speed code letter
Tyre condition, wheel condition Speed code letter:
Drive over edges slowly and at right
angles if possible. Driving over sharp Q = up to 160 km/h
edges can cause tyre and wheel S = up to 180 km/h
damage. Do not trap tyres on the kerb T = up to 190 km/h
when parking. H = up to 210 km/h
V = up to 240 km/h
Regularly check the wheels for W = up to 270 km/h
damage. Seek the assistance of a
workshop in the event of damage or
unusual wear. Tyre pressure Tyre pressure 3 225 and on the label
Check the pressure of cold tyres at on the driver's door frame.
Winter tyres least every 14 days and before any The tyre pressure data refers to cold
long journey. Do not forget the spare tyres. It applies to summer and winter
Winter tyres improve driving safety at wheel. tyres.
temperatures below 7 C and should
therefore be fitted on all wheels. Unscrew the valve cap. Always inflate the spare tyre to the
pressure specified for full load.
Tyre designations The ECO tyre pressure serves to
achieve the smallest amount of fuel
E.g. 215/60 R 16 95 H consumption possible.
215 = Tyre width, mm Incorrect tyre pressures will impair
60 = Cross-section ratio (tyre safety, vehicle handling, comfort and
height to tyre width), % fuel economy and will increase tyre
R = Belt type: Radial wear.
RF = Type: RunFlat
16 = Wheel diameter, inches
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9 Warning Changing tyre and wheel


size
If the pressure is too low, this can If tyres of a different size than those
result in considerable tyre warm- fitted at the factory are used, it may be
up and internal damage, leading to necessary to reprogram the
tread separation and even to tyre speedometer as well as the nominal
blow-out at high speeds. tyre pressure and make other vehicle
modifications.
Tread depth After converting to a different tyre
Check tread depth at regular size, have the label with tyre
intervals. pressures replaced.
Tyres should be replaced for safety The legally permissible minimum
reasons at a tread depth of 2-3 mm tread depth (1.6 mm) has been 9 Warning
(4 mm for winter tyres). reached when the tread has worn
down as far as one of the tread wear Use of unsuitable tyres or wheels
For safety reasons it is recommended
indicators (TWI). Their position is may lead to accidents and will
that the tread depth of the wheels on
indicated by markings on the invalidate the vehicle type
one axle should not vary by more than
sidewall. approval.
2 mm.
If there is more wear at the front than
the rear, swap round front wheels and 9 Warning
rear wheels. Ensure that the direction
of rotation of the wheels is the same Do not use different size and type
as before. of tyres and wheels than those
Tyres age, even if they are not used. originally installed on the vehicle.
We recommend tyre replacement It can affect safety and
every 6 years. performance of the vehicle. It
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could lead to handling failure or 9 Warning 9 Warning


rollover and serious injury. When
replacing tyres, be sure to install Use of unsuitable tyres or wheel Damage may lead to tyre blowout.
all four tyres and wheels of the covers could lead to sudden
same size, type, tread, brand and
load-carrying capacity. The use of
pressure loss and thereby Tyre repair kit
accidents.
any other tyre size or type may Minor damage to the tyre tread or
seriously affect ride, handling, sidewall can be repaired with the tyre
ground clearance, stopping Tyre chains repair kit.
distance, body clearance and Do not remove foreign bodies from
speedometer reliability. the tyres.
Tyre damage exceeding 4 mm or that
Wheel covers is at tyre's side wall near the rim
Wheel covers and tyres that are cannot be repaired with the tyre repair
factory approved for the respective kit.
vehicle and comply with all of the
relevant wheel and tyre combination 9 Warning
requirements must be used.
If the wheel covers and tyres used are Do not drive faster than 80 km/h.
not factory approved, the tyres must Do not use for a lengthy period.
not have a rim protection ridge. Steering and handling may be
Wheel covers must not impair brake Tyre chains are only permitted on the affected.
cooling. front wheels.
Always use fine mesh chains that add If you have a flat tyre:
no more than 10 mm to the tyre tread Apply the parking brake and engage
and the inboard sides (including chain first gear or reverse gear.
lock).
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The tyre repair kit is in a compartment


under the floor cover in the load
compartment.
1. Take the tyre repair kit from the
compartment.
2. Remove the compressor and the
sealant bottle.

4. The switch on the compressor 8. Unscrew valve cap from defective


must be set to . tyre.
5. Screw the compressor air hose to 9. Screw the filler hose to the tyre
the connection on the sealant valve.
bottle.
6. Connect the compressor plug to
the accessory socket. To avoid
discharging the battery, we
3. Remove the electrical connection
recommend running the engine.
cable and air hose from the
stowage compartments on the 7. Fit the sealant bottle into the
underside of the compressor. retainer on the compressor.
Set the compressor near the tyre
in such a way that the sealant
bottle is upright.
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10. Set the rocker switch on the Do not run the compressor longer procedure (no.17) until there is no
compressor to I. The tyre is filled than 10 minutes. more loss of pressure.
with sealant. 14. Detach the tyre repair kit. Push If the tyre pressure has fallen
11. The compressor pressure gauge catch on bracket to remove below 1.3 bar, the vehicle must
briefly indicates up to 6 bar whilst sealant bottle from bracket. Screw not be used. Seek the assistance
the sealant bottle is emptying tyre inflation hose to the free of a workshop.
(approx. 30 seconds). Then the connection of sealant bottle. This
pressure starts to drop. prevents sealant from escaping.
12. All of the sealant is pumped into Stow tyre repair kit in load
the tyre. Then the tyre is inflated. compartment.
13. The prescribed tyre pressure 15. Remove any excess sealant
(About 2.2 bar) should be using a cloth.
obtained within 10 minutes. When 16. Take the label indicating
the correct pressure is obtained, maximum permitted speed
switch off the compressor. (approx. 80 km/h) from the
If the prescribed tyre pressure is sealant bottle and affix in the
not obtained within 10 minutes, driver's field of view.
remove the tyre repair kit. Move 17. Continue driving immediately so
the vehicle one tyre rotation. that sealant is evenly distributed 18. Stow away tyre repair kit in load
Reattach the tyre repair kit and in the tyre. After driving approx. compartment.
continue the filling procedure for 10 km (but no more than
10 minutes. If the prescribed tyre 10 minutes), stop and check tyre
pressure is still not obtained, the pressure. Screw compressor air
tyre is too badly damaged. Seek hose directly onto tyre valve and
the assistance of a workshop. compressor when doing this.
Drain excess tyre pressure with If tyre pressure is more than
the button over the pressure 1.3 bar, set it to the correct value
indicator. (approx. 2.2 bar). Repeat the
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Note damage to your vehicle. Be sure to Remove the spare wheel 3 199.
The driving comfort of the repaired use the correct size, brand, and type Never change more than one wheel
tyre is severely affected, therefore of tyres on all wheels. at once.
have this tyre replaced. Some vehicles are equipped with a Use the jack only to change wheels
If unusual noise is heard or the tyre repair kit instead of a spare wheel in case of puncture, not for
compressor becomes hot, turn 3 194. seasonal winter or summer tyre
compressor off for at least 30 Make the following preparations and change.
minutes. observe the following information: No people or animals may be in the
Note the expiry date of the kit. After Pull over your vehicle to a safe vehicle when it is jacked-up.
this date its sealing capability is no place away from traffic.
longer guaranteed. Pay attention to Never crawl under a jacked-up
storage information on sealant Park the vehicle on a level, firm and vehicle.
bottle. non-skid surface. The front wheels Do not start the vehicle when it is
must be in the straight-ahead raised on the jack.
Replace the used sealant bottle. position.
Dispose of the bottle as prescribed Clean wheel nuts and thread before
by applicable laws. Apply the parking brake and mounting the wheel.
engage first gear or reverse gear.
The compressor and sealant can be
used from approx. -30 C ~70 C. Turn off the engine and remove 9 Warning
key.
Wheel changing Turn on the hazard warning We designed the jack for use on
Mixing tyres could cause you to lose flashers. your vehicle only.
control while driving. Use a wedge, block of wood, or Do not use jack provided with your
If you mix tyres of different sizes, rocks in front of and behind the tyre vehicle on other vehicles.
brands, or types (radial and bias- that is diagonal from the tyre you Never exceed the jacks maximum
belted tyres), the vehicle may not plan to change. permissible load.
handle properly, and you could have All passengers must get out of the
a crash. Using tyres of different sizes, vehicle.
brands, or types may also cause
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Use of this jack on other vehicles 3. Rotate the jack handle to raise the
may damage the other vehicles or lift head slightly and place the jack
your jack and lead to personal vertically at the position marked
injury. with half circle.

2. Fold out the wheel wrench and


install ensuring that it locates
securely and loosen each wheel
nut by half a turn.
4. Attach jack handle to the jack and
1. Disengage wheel nut caps with a attach wrench to the jack handle
screwdriver and remove. correctly.
Then raise the jack to join the lift
head at the jacking position firmly.
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Install wheel nut caps. vehicle. In an emergency, a cloth


12. Stow the replaced wheel and the or a paper towel can be used;
vehicle tools. To prevent the however, use a scraper or wire
rattling noise, turn screw head brush later to remove all rust or
until the top and bottom of the jack dirt.
are completely squeezed to the
toolbox after returning the jack to Lightly coat the centre of the wheel
its original position. At this time, hub with wheel bearing grease during
make sure that jack has some a wheel change to prevent corrosion
clearance to any vehicle tool. or rust build-up. Do not get grease on
Tools 3 191. the flat wheel mounting surface or on
13. Check the tyre pressure of the the wheel nuts or bolts.
5. Rotate the wrench checking the installed tyre and also the wheel
correct position of jack until wheel
is clear of the ground.
nut torque as soon as possible. Spare wheel
Have the defective tyre renewed or
6. Unscrew the wheel nuts. repaired. Compact spare wheel
7. Change the wheel. The spare wheel can be classified as
8. Screw on the wheel nuts. 9 Warning a temporary spare wheel depending
on the size compared to the other
9. Lower vehicle. Rust or dirt on a wheel, or on the mounted wheels and country
10. Install the wheel wrench ensuring parts to which it is fastened, can regulations.
that it locates securely and tighten cause the wheel nuts to become The spare wheel has a steel rim.
each nut in a crosswise loose with time. The wheel could
sequence. Tightening torque is come off and cause an accident. Use of a spare wheel that is smaller
120 Nm. When changing a wheel, remove than the other wheels or together with
any rust or dirt from places where winter tyres could affect driveability.
11. Align the valve hole in the wheel Have the defective tyre replaced as
cover with the tyre valve before the wheel is attached to the
soon as possible.
installing.
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Caution
Full-size spare wheel
Use of a spare wheel that is same as
This spare wheel/tyre assembly is the other wheels or together with
for temporary emergency use winter tires could affect driveability.
only. Have the defective tire replaced as
soon as possible.
Replace with regular wheel/tyre
assembly as soon as possible.
Do not use tyre chains.
Do not install any tyre on this
wheel which is not identical to the
original.
The spare wheel is located in the load Do not install on other vehicles.
compartment beneath the floor
Place alloy wheel face upward.
covering. It is secured in the recess
Place steel wheel face downward.
with a wing nut.
The spare wheel well is not designed Temporary spare wheel
for all permitted tyre sizes. If a wheel
Use of the temporary spare wheel
wider than the spare must be stowed
could affect driveability. Have the The spare wheel is located in the load
in the spare wheel well after changing
defective tyre renewed or repaired as compartment beneath the floor
wheels, the floor cover can be placed
soon as possible. covering. It is secured in the recess
on the projecting wheel.
Only mount one temporary spare with a wing nut.
wheel. Do not drive faster than
80 km/h. Take curves slowly. Do not Directional tyres
use for a long period of time. Fit directional tyres such that they roll
in the direction of travel. The rolling
Tyre chains 3 194.
direction is indicated by a symbol
(e.g. an arrow) on the sidewall.
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The following applies to tyres fitted


opposing the rolling direction:
Jump starting A discharged battery can already
freeze at a temperature of 0 C.
Driveability may be affected. Have Defrost the frozen battery before
Do not start with quick charger.
the defective tyre renewed or connecting jump leads.
A vehicle with a discharged battery
repaired as soon as possible. Wear eye protection and protective
can be started using jump leads and
Do not drive faster than 80 km/h. clothing when handling a battery.
the battery of another vehicle.
Drive particularly carefully on wet Use a booster battery with the
and snow-covered road surfaces. 9 Warning same voltage (12 Volts). Its
capacity (Ah) must not be much
Be extremely careful when starting less than that of the discharged
with jump leads. Any deviation battery.
from the following instructions can Use jump leads with insulated
lead to injuries or damage caused terminals and a cross section of at
by battery explosion or damage to least 16 mm2.
the electrical systems of both Do not disconnect the discharged
vehicles. battery from the vehicle.
Switch off all unnecessary electrical
9 Warning consumers.
Do not lean over the battery during
Avoid contact of the battery with jump starting.
eyes, skin, fabrics and painted
surfaces. The fluid contains Do not allow the terminals of one
sulphuric acid which can cause lead to touch those of the other
injuries and damage in the event lead.
of direct contact.

Never expose the battery to naked


flames or sparks.
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The vehicles must not come into 3. Connect the black lead to the 4. Switch on electrical consumers
contact with each other during the negative terminal of the booster (e.g. headlights, heated rear
jump starting process. battery. window) of the vehicle receiving
Apply the parking brake, 4. Connect the other end of the black the jump start.
transmission in neutral, automatic lead to a vehicle grounding point, 5. Reverse above sequence exactly
transmission in P. such as the engine block or an when removing leads.
engine mounting bolt. Connect as
far away from the discharged
battery as possible, however at
least 60 cm.
Route the leads so that they cannot
catch on rotating parts in the engine
compartment.
To start the engine:
1. Start the engine of the vehicle
providing the jump.
2. After 5 minutes, start the other
engine. Start attempts should be
Lead connection order: made for no longer than
1. Connect the red lead to the 15 seconds at an interval of
positive terminal of the booster 1 minute.
battery. 3. Allow both engines to idle for
2. Connect the other end of the red approx. 3 minutes with the leads
lead to the positive terminal of the connected.
discharged battery.
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Towing Please observe the following


procedures when towing a vehicle:
Towing the vehicle No passenger should remain in the
vehicle being towed.
If you need to have your vehicle
towed, please use our service Release the parking brake of the
network or professional towing towed vehicle and place the
company. transmission gear in neutral.
Switch on the emergency warning
lights.
Keep the speed limits.
If it is not possible to have your vehicle
towed a recovery vehicle, proceed as
follows:

The best method is to have the


vehicle transported using a recovery
vehicle.

If towing by 2 wheels, lift the front


driving wheels and tow with the front
tires locked.
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Caution
Drive slowly. Do not drive jerkily.
Excessive tractive force can
damage the vehicle.

When the engine is not running,


considerably more force is needed to
brake and steer.
To prevent the entry of exhaust gases
from the towing vehicle, switch on the
air recirculation and close the
Disengage cap by pressing the arrow Screw in the towing eye as far as it will windows.
position (A - Base model / B - Special go until it stops in a horizontal
package model) and remove the cap. position. Vehicle with automatic transmission:
Do not tow the vehicle using tow eye.
The towing eye is stowed with the Attach a tow rope or better still a tow Towing with a tow rope could cause
vehicle tools 3 191. rod to the towing eye. severe automatic transaxle damage.
The towing eye must only be used for When towing vehicle with automatic
towing and not for recovering the transaxle, use flat bed or wheel lift
vehicle. equipment.
Switch on ignition to release steering Vehicle with manual transmission:
wheel lock and to permit operation of The vehicle must be towed facing
brake lights, horn and windscreen forward, not faster than 88 km/h. In all
wiper. other cases and when the
Transmission in neutral. transmission is defective, the front
axle must be raised off the ground.
Seek the assistance of a workshop.
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After towing, unscrew the towing eye. The towing eye must only be used for
towing and not for recovering a
Appearance care
A (Base model): Insert cap on left side
vehicle.
and close cap. Exterior care
B (Special package model): Insert
cap at the bottom and close cap. Locks
The best method is to have the The locks are lubricated at the factory
vehicle transported using a recovery using a high quality lock cylinder
vehicle. grease. Use de-icing agent only when
absolutely necessary, as this has a
degreasing effect and impairs lock
Towing another vehicle function. After using de-icing agent,
have the locks regreased by a
workshop.

Washing
The paintwork of your vehicle is
If your vehicle has a cover on the rear
exposed to environmental influences.
bumper in front of the rear towing eye,
Wash and wax your vehicle regularly.
remove two clips from the cover.
When using automatic vehicle
Disengage cover by pulling
washes, select a programme that
backward.
includes waxing.
After towing, reinstall the cover firmly.
Bird droppings, dead insects, resin,
pollen and the like should be cleaned
Caution off immediately, as they contain
The rear towing eye is located under aggressive constituents which can
the rear bumper. Drive slowly. Do not drive jerkily. cause paint damage.
Excessive tractive force can
damage the vehicle.
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If using a vehicle wash, comply with Do not use hard objects to remove Hard cleaning with a dry cloth can
the vehicle wash manufacturer's spots of tar. Use tar removal spray on damage the light covers. Do not clean
instructions. The windscreen wipers painted surfaces. with intensive car washing fluid. Avoid
and rear window wiper must be using hazardous cleaners. It can
switched off. Lock the vehicle so that Decal applied vehicle cause the lens to crack by a chemical
the fuel filler flap cannot be opened. Please do not wash the car for reaction.
Remove antenna and external 72 hours from delivery to ensure Note
accessories such as roof racks etc. adequate adhesion of decal. Refer to a car washing guide and
If you wash your vehicle by hand, When cleaning with high pressure only use mild detergents to avoid
make sure that the insides of the water or a steam wand car wash, damage to the headlamp lens.
wheel housings are also thoroughly please make sure to keep a distance Never use cleaning fluids which
rinsed out. of at least 20 cm and not to focus on contain any of the following:
Clean edges and folds on opened one point for more than 1 second. Acetone
doors and the bonnet as well as the Otherwise, the decal could be
damaged. Benzene
areas they cover.
Toluene
Have the door hinges of all doors Exterior lights
greased by a workshop. Xylene
Headlight and other light covers are
Do not clean the engine compartment Thinners
made of plastic. Do not use any
with a steam-jet or high-pressure jet abrasive or caustic agents, do not use Polishing and waxing
cleaner. an ice scraper, and do not clean them Wax the vehicle regularly (at the
Thoroughly rinse and leather-off the when dry. latest when water no longer beads).
vehicle. Rinse leather frequently. Use When removing insect debris, grease Otherwise, the paintwork will dry out.
separate leathers for painted and dirt or tar from the lights or lenses, Polishing is necessary only if the paint
glass surfaces: remnants of wax on only use lukewarm water, a soft cloth has become dull or if solid deposits
the windows will impair vision. and a car washing soap. have become attached to it.
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Paintwork polish with silicone forms a Rims are painted and can be treated vehicle. Failure to remove these
protective film, making waxing with the same agents as the body. materials can accelerate corrosion
unnecessary. and rust.
Plastic body parts must not be treated Paintwork damage Periodically use plain water to flush
with wax or polishing agents. Rectify minor paintwork damage with these materials from the underbody
a touch-up pen before rust forms. of your vehicle.
Windows and windscreen wiper Have more extensive damage or rust
Take care to clean any areas in which
blades areas repaired by a workshop.
mud and other debris can collect.
Use a soft lint-free cloth or chamois Loosen any sediment packed in
leather together with window cleaner
Special package and body kit
closed areas before flushing with
and insect remover. Be careful when towing to prevent
water.
damage by the tow rope. Remove
When cleaning the rear window, cover in bumper before towing.
make sure the heating element inside
Reduced ground clearance. Drive Interior care
is not damaged.
slowly over ramps, bumps or kerbs.
For mechanical removal of ice, use a Interior and upholstery
sharp-edged ice scraper. Press the Use support when lifting the
Only clean the vehicle interior,
scraper firmly against the glass so vehicle.
including the instrument panel fascia
that no dirt can get under it and To prevent body damage and and panelling, with a dry cloth or
scratch the glass. breakage, it is recommended to interior cleaner.
Clean smearing wiper blades with a completely lift the vehicle onto a
The instrument panel should only be
soft cloth and window cleaner. recovery vehicle when transporting
cleaned using a soft damp cloth.
the vehicle.
Clean fabric upholstery with a
Wheels and tyres
Do not use high-pressure jet
Underbody vacuum cleaner and brush. Remove
Corrosive materials used for ice and stains with an upholstery cleaner.
cleaners.
snow removal or dust control can Clothing fabrics may not be
Clean rims with a pH-neutral wheel collect on the underbody of your colourfast. This could cause visible
cleaner. discolourations, especially on light-
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coloured upholstery. Removable


stains and discolourations should be
cleaned as soon as possible.
Clean seat belts with lukewarm water
or interior cleaner.

Caution
Close Velcro fasteners as open
Velcro fasteners on clothing could
damage seat upholstery.

Plastic and rubber parts


Plastic and rubber parts can be
cleaned with the same cleaner as
used to clean the body. Use interior
cleaner if necessary. Do not use any
other agent. Avoid solvents and petrol
in particular. Do not use high-
pressure jet cleaners.
Service and maintenance 209

Service and General information


maintenance Service information
In order to ensure economical and
safe vehicle operation and to
General information ................... 209 maintain the value of your vehicle, it
Scheduled maintenance ............ 210 is of vital importance that all
Recommended fluids, lubricants maintenance work is carried out at the
and parts .................................... 215 proper intervals as specified.

Confirmations
Confirmation of service is recorded in
the Service Guide.
The date and mileage is completed
with the stamp and signature of the
servicing workshop.
Make sure that the Service Guide is
completed correctly as continuous
proof of service is essential if any
warranty or goodwill claims are to be
met, and is also a benefit when selling
the vehicle.
210 Service and maintenance

Scheduled maintenance
Service schedules
Maintenance interval
Every 1 year / 15,000 km (whichever occurs first)

Maintenance I: Use Maintenance I for the first service or if Maintenance II was performed previously.
Maintenance II: Use Maintenance II if the previous service performed was Maintenance I.
Service operation Maintenance I Maintenance II
Replace engine oil and filter.1) R R
Inspect for any leaks or damage.2) I I
Inspect engine air filter.3) I I
Inspect tyres for inflation pressures and wear. I I
Inspect brake system.4) I I

1) If driving under severe conditions: short distance driving, extensive idling or driving in dusty condition, engine oil and
the filter may require replacement more often.
2) Fluid loss in any vehicle system could indicate a problem. The system should be inspected and repaired and the fluid
level checked. Add fluid if needed.
3) If driving regularly in dusty conditions, inspect the filter more frequently. The filter may require replacement more often.
4) Visually inspect brake lines and hoses for binding, leaks, cracks, chafing, etc. Inspect disc brake pads for wear and
discs for surface condition. Inspect drum brake linings/shoes for wear or cracks. Inspect other brake parts, including
drums, wheel cylinders, calipers, parking brake, etc.
Service and maintenance 211

Service operation Maintenance I Maintenance II


Inspect engine coolant and windshield washer fluid levels and add fluid as needed. I I
Inspect suspension and steering components.5) I I
Inspect wiper blades.6) I I
Inspect drive belts. I I
Perform any required additional services - see applicable section. I I
Check for field actions. I I
Replace brake fluid.7) R
Inspect engine cooling system.8) I
Inspect restraint system components.9) I

5) Visually inspect front and rear suspension and steering system for damage, loose or missing parts or signs of wear.
Inspect power steering components for binding, cracks, chafing, etc.
6) Inspect wiper blades for wear, cracking, or contamination. Clean the windshield and wiper blades, if contaminated.
Replace wiper blades that are worn or damaged.
7) If driving under severe conditions: driving in hilly or mountainous terrain, or towing a trailer frequently, brake fluid may
require replacement more often.
8) Visually inspect hoses and have them replaced if they are cracked, swollen, or deteriorated. Inspect all pipes, fittings,
and clamps; replace with genuine parts if needed. To help ensure correct operation, a pressure test of the cooling system
and pressure cap and cleaning the outside of the radiator and air conditioning condenser is recommended.
9) Make sure the safety belt reminder light and safety belt assemblies are working correctly. Look for any other loose or
damaged safety belt system parts. If you see anything that might keep a safety belt system from doing its job, have it
repaired. Ensure any torn or frayed safety belts are replaced.
212 Service and maintenance

Service operation Maintenance I Maintenance II


Inspect powertrain and driveline components. I
Lubricate body components.10) I

I: Inspect these items and their related parts. If necessary, correct, clean, replenish, adjust or replace.
R: Replace or change.
Service operation Interval
Replace pollen filter.3) Every 15,000 km / 1 year
Replace air filter. Every 60,000 km / 4 year
Replace spark plugs. Every 30,000 km / 2 year
Replace ignition cable (for vehicles without Electronic Stability Every 45,000 km / 3 year
Control).
Replace engine coolant. Every 240,000 km / 5 year
Replace manual transmission oil. Every 150,000 km / 10 years
Replace automatic transmission oil. Inspect oil every 15,000 km / 1 year. Replace every
75,000 km for severe conditions.

10) Lubricate all key lock cylinders, door hinges and latches, hood hinges and latches, and trunk lid hinges and latches.
More frequent lubrication may be required when exposed to a corrosive environment. Applying silicone grease on
weatherstrips with a clean cloth will make them last longer, seal better, and not stick or squeak.
3) If driving regularly in dusty conditions, inspect the filter more frequently. The filter may require replacement more often.
Service and maintenance 213

Service operation Interval


Replace auxiliary belt. 11)

Replace timing chain. Every 240,000 km / 10 years


Inspect valve clearance, adjust if required. Every 150,000 km / 10 years
Inspect clutch & brake pedal free play Every 15,000 km / 1 year

11) If the belt has been replaced, it must be inspected and tension must be adjusted within 6 months / 5,000 km.
214 Service and maintenance

General maintenance items


Item Service operation
All Check all systems for interference or binding and for damaged or missing parts. Replace parts as
needed. Replace any components that has excessive wear.
Automatic Change automatic transmission fluid and filter if the vehicle is mainly driven under one or more of
transmission these conditions:
In heavy city traffic where the outside temperature regularly reaches 32 C or higher.
In hilly or mountainous terrain.
When doing frequent trailer towing.
Uses such as found in taxi, police, or delivery service.
Belts Visually inspect belt for fraying, excessive cracks, or obvious damage.
Replace belt if necessary.
Tyre condition & Tyre condition should be inspected before driving and tyre pressure should be checked each time
inflation pressure you fill your fuel tank or at least once a month using a tyre pressure gauge.
Wheel alignment If necessary, rotate and balance wheels.
Service and maintenance 215

Additional servicing Under extreme operating conditions,


it may be necessary to have certain
Recommended fluids,
Extreme operating conditions scheduled service work done more lubricants and parts
Extreme operating conditions are frequently than the scheduled
given when at least one of the intervals. Recommended fluids and
following occurs frequently: Seek technical advice on the lubricants
Repeated short-distance driving servicing requirements dependent on Only use products that have been
less than 10 km. the specific operating conditions. tested and approved. Damage
Extensive idling and/or slow-speed resulting from the use of non-
driving in stop-and-go traffic. approved materials will not be
covered by the warranty.
Driving on dusty roads.
Driving on hilly or mountainous 9 Warning
terrain.
Towing a trailer. Operating materials are
hazardous and could be
Driving in heavy city traffic where
poisonous. Handle with care. Pay
the outside temperatures regularly
attention to information given on
reach 32 C or higher.
the containers.
Driving as a taxi, police or delivery
vehicle. Engine oil
Frequent driving when outside Use only engine oil that is approved
temperature remains below to the dexosTM specification or an
freezing. equivalent engine oil of the
Police vehicles, taxis and driving appropriate viscosity grade.
school vehicles are also classified as
operating under extreme conditions.
216 Service and maintenance

If you are unsure whether your oil is Engine oil specification If you are unsure whether your oil is
approved to the dexos dexos1, dexos2 approved to the dexos
specification, ask your service API SM, ACEA-A3/B3: Optional for specification, ask your service
provider. Gen1 engine (not used for Gen2 provider.
Use of substitute engine oils if dexos engine) If you dont know vehicle engine type,
is unavailable: In the event that dexos ask your authorised repairer.
approved engine oil is not available at Specification
an oil change or for maintaining Use and ask for licensed engine oils Engine oil viscosity
proper oil level, you may use with the dexos approved The SAE viscosity grade gives
substitute engine oil of the qualities certification mark. Engine oils information of the thickness of the oil.
mentioned below. Use of oils that do meeting the requirements for the Multigrade oil is indicated by two
not meet the dexos specification, vehicle should have the dexos figures:
however, may result in reduced approved certification mark. This
certification mark indicates that the oil The first figure, followed by a W,
performance and engine damage
has been approved to the dexos indicates low temperature viscosity
under certain circumstances.
specification. and the second figure the high
Engine oil is identified by its quality temperature viscosity.
and its viscosity. Quality is more Your vehicles engine was filled at the
factory with dexos approved engine The SAE viscosity rating defines the
important than viscosity when
oil. ability of an oil to flow. When cold, oil
selecting which engine oil to use.
is more viscous than when hot.
Use only engine oil that is approved
Selecting the right engine oil to the dexos specification or an Engine oil viscosity grade for 1.0D,
Selecting the right engine oil depends equivalent engine oil of the 1.2D Gen1
on both the proper oil specification appropriate viscosity grade. Use of SAE 5W-30 is the best viscosity
and viscosity grade. oils that do not meet the dexos grade for your vehicle. Do not use
specification, however, may result in other viscosity grade oils such as
reduced performance and engine SAE 20W-50.
damage under certain
circumstances.
Service and maintenance 217

Cold temperature operation for 1.0D, Down to -25C and below: 0W-20, The viscosity should be of the correct
1.2D Gen1 0W-30. rating.
Down to -25 C and below: 0W-30, Down to -25C: 5W-20, 5W-30. Use of engine oil with only
0W-40 ACEA A1/B1 or only ACEA A5/B5
Down to -25 C: 5W-30, 5W-40 Engine oil additives/engine oil flushes quality is prohibited, as it can cause
Down to -20 C: 10W-30, 10W-40 Do not add anything to the oil. The long term engine damage under
recommended oils with the dexos certain operating conditions.
Engine oil viscosity grade for 1.2D specification and displaying the
Gen2 dexos certification mark are all that is Coolant and antifreeze
SAE 5W-20 is the best viscosity needed for good performance and Use only organic acid type-long life
grade for your vehicle. Do not use engine protection. coolant (LLC) antifreeze.
other viscosity grade oils such as Engine oil system flushes are not
SAE 10W-30, 10W-40 or 20W-50. In countries with moderate climate
recommended and could cause the coolant provides freeze protection
Cold temperature operation for 1.2D engine damage not covered by the down to approx. -35 C. In countries
Gen2 vehicle warranty. with cold climate the coolant provides
If operating your vehicle in an area of freeze protection down to approx.
extreme cold, where the temperature Topping up engine oil -50 C. This concentration should be
falls below -25C, a viscosity grade Engine oils of different manufacturers maintained all year round.
SAE 0W-xx should be used. An oil of and brands can be mixed as long as
they comply with the required engine Maintain a sufficient concentration of
this viscosity grade will provide easier
oil (specification and viscosity). anti-freeze.
cold starting for the engine at
extremely low temperatures. If engine oil of the required quality is Coolant additives intended to give
not available, a maximum of 1 Litre of additional corrosion protection or seal
When selecting an oil of the
API SM/SN, ACEA A3/B4, against minor leaks can cause
appropriate viscosity grade be sure to
ACEA A3/B3 or ACEA C3 quality may function problems. Liability for
always select an oil that meets the
be used (only once between each oil consequences resulting from the use
dexos specification.
change). of coolant additives will be rejected.
218 Service and maintenance

Brake fluid Power steering fluid


Only use our authorised brake fluid Only use Dexron VI fluid.
for this vehicle (DOT 4).
Over time, brake fluid absorbs Manual transmission fluid
moisture which will reduce braking Only use XGP SAE75W85W fluid.
effectiveness. The brake fluid should
therefore be replaced at the specified Automatic transmission fluid
interval. Only use ESSO JWS3317 fluid.
Brake fluid should be stored in a
sealed container to avoid water
absorption.
Ensure brake fluid does not become
contaminated.

Caution
Using low quality brake fluid may
cause corrosion to internal
components of the brake system,
which may result in decreased
brake system performance, which
is a safety concern. Always use
high quality brake fluid approved
for your vehicle model. We
recommend GM genuine brake
fluid.
Technical data 219

Technical data Vehicle identification Identification plate


Vehicle Identification Type 1
Vehicle identification .................. 219 Number
Vehicle data ............................... 221

The label is attached near the drivers


door latch.
The vehicle identification number is
located under the rear seat cushion.
220 Technical data

Type 2

The label is attached near the front


passengers door latch.
Technical data 221

Vehicle data
Engine data
Sales designation 1.0 Petrol 1.2 Petrol
Engine 1.0D 1.2D
Engine identifier code LMT LMU
Number of cylinders 4 4
Piston displacement [cm3] 995 1206
Engine power [kW] 50 60
at rpm 6400 6400
Torque [Nm] 93 111
at rpm 4800 4800
Fuel type Petrol Petrol
Octane rating RON
recommended 95 95
possible Over 95 Over 95
222 Technical data

Performance
Engine 1.0D 1.2D
Top speed1) [km/h]
Manual transmission 154 164

1) The maximum speed indicated is achievable at kerb weight (without driver) plus 200 kg payload. Optional equipment
could reduce the specified maximum speed of the vehicle.
Technical data 223

Vehicle weight
Minimum kerb weight, with driver (75kg)
Engine Manual transmission without power steering Manual transmission with power steering
[kg] 1.0D 932 939
1.2D 932 939

Maximum kerb weight, with driver (75kg)


Engine Manual transmission without power steering Manual transmission with power steering
[kg] 1.0D 1047 1065
1.2D 1047 1065

Gross vehicle weight


Engine Manual transmission without power steering Manual transmission with power steering
[kg] 1.0D 1347 1367
1.2D 1347 1367
224 Technical data

Vehicle dimensions
Length [mm] 3640
Width without exterior mirrors [mm] 1597
Width with two exterior mirrors [mm] 1910
Height (without antenna) [mm] without roof rack 1522
Height (without antenna) [mm] with roof rack 1551
Length of load compartment floor [mm] 548
Load compartment width [mm] 987
Load compartment height [mm] 435
Wheelbase [mm] 2375
Turning circle diameter [m] 9.9
Technical data 225

Capacities
Engine oil
Engine 1.0 DOHC 1.2 DOHC
including Filter [l] 3.75 3.75
between MIN and MAX [l] 2.5/3.5 2.5/3.5

Fuel tank
Petrol, nominal capacity [l] 35

Tyre pressures
Engine Tyres Comfort with up to 3 people ECO with up to 3 people With full load
front rear front rear front rear
[kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar]
([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) [kPa/bar] ([psi]) [kPa/bar] ([psi])
1.0D, 155/80 R13, 220/2.2 (32) 220/2.2 (32) 240/2.4 (35) 240/2.4 (35) 235/2.35 (34) 235/2.35 (34)
1.2D 155/70 R14,
165/65 R14
All Compact spare 420/4.2 (60) 420/4.2 (60) - - 420/4.2 (60) 420/4.2 (60)
tire

Tyre specifications in the owner' manual may be changed without notice, refer to the tyre label in your vehicle.
226 Customer information

Customer information Vehicle data recording Vehicle reactions in particular


driving situations (e.g. inflation of
and privacy an airbag, activation of the stability
regulation system)
Vehicle data recording and pri Event data recorders Environmental conditions (e.g.
vacy ........................................... 226 temperature)
Data storage modules in the
These data are exclusively technical
vehicle
and help identifying and correcting
A large number of electronic errors as well as optimizing vehicle
components of your vehicle contain functions.
data storage modules temporarily or
permanently storing technical data Motion profiles indicating travelled
about the condition of the vehicle, routes cannot be created with these
events and errors. In general, this data.
technical information documents the If services are used (e.g. repair
condition of parts, modules, systems works, service processes, warranty
or the environment: cases, quality assurance),
Operating conditions of system employees of the service network
components (e.g. filling levels) (manufacturer included) are able to
read out this technical information
Status messages of the vehicle and from the event and error data storage
its single components (e.g. number modules applying special diagnostic
of wheel revolutions / rotational devices. If required, you will receive
speed, deceleration, lateral further information at these
acceleration) workshops. After an error has been
Dysfunctions and defects in corrected, the data are deleted from
important system components the error storage module or they are
constantly overwritten.
Customer information 227

When using the vehicle, situations Radio Frequency


may occur in which these technical
data related to other information Identification (RFID)
(accident report, damages on the RFID technology is used in some
vehicle, witness statements etc.) may vehicles for functions such as tyre
be associated with a specific person - pressure monitoring and ignition
possibly, with the assistance of an system security. It is also used in
expert. connection with conveniences such
Additional functions contractually as radio remote controls for door
agreed upon with the client (e.g. locking/unlocking and starting, and in-
vehicle location in emergency cases) vehicle transmitters for garage door
allow the transmission of particular openers. RFID technology in
vehicle data from the vehicle. Chevrolet vehicles does not use or
record personal information or link
with any other Chevrolet system
containing personal information.
228

Index A
Accessories and vehicle
Brake system ............................... 73
Bulb replacement ....................... 181
modifications .......................... 166
Additional servicing .................... 215
C
Adjustable air vents ................... 146 Capacities .................................. 225
Airbag and belt tensioners ........... 73 Catalytic converter ..................... 152
Airbag deactivation ................ 44, 73 CD player ................................... 109
Airbag system .............................. 40 Central locking system ................ 22
Air conditioning regular Centre high-mounted brake light 185
operation ................................ 148 Changing tyre and wheel size . . . 193
Air conditioning system .............. 142 Charging system .......................... 73
Air intake .................................... 147 Child locks ................................... 24
AM-FM radio ................................ 97 Child restraint installation
Antilock brake system ................ 159 locations ................................... 48
Antilock brake system (ABS) ....... 74 Child restraint systems ................ 45
Anti-theft alarm system ................ 25 Cigarette lighter ........................... 65
Ashtrays ....................................... 66 Climate control ............................. 16
Automatic transmission ............. 153 Clock............................................. 63
Automatic transmission fluid....... 173 Control elements overview........... 88
Auxiliary devices ........................ 117 Control indicators.......................... 69
Control of the vehicle ................. 150
B Convenience net ......................... 58
Battery ....................................... 179 Convex shape .............................. 28
Battery discharge protection ........ 85 Coolant and antifreeze............... 215
Bluetooth ................................. 124 Cupholders .................................. 56
Bonnet ....................................... 168 Curtain airbag system .................. 43
Brake assist ............................... 160
Brake fluid .......................... 178, 215
Brakes ....................................... 158
229

D Front airbag system ..................... 41 I


Danger, Warnings and Cautions . . . 3 Front fog lights ............................. 83 Identification plate ..................... 219
Daytime running lights ................. 82 Fuel consumption - CO2- Ignition switch positions ............. 151
Door open .................................... 76 Emissions ............................... 165 Immobiliser .................................. 27
Fuel for petrol engines ............... 163 Instrument panel fuse box ......... 189
E Fuel gauge ................................... 68 Instrument panel overview ........... 10
Electric adjustment ...................... 28 Fuses ......................................... 186 Instrument panel storage.............. 54
Electronic Stability Control . . 74, 160 Interior care ............................... 207
Electronic Stability Control off....... 74 G Interior lights ........................ 84, 185
End-of-life vehicle recovery ....... 167 General information...................... 86 Interruption of power supply ...... 156
Engine air filter............................ 175 Glovebox ..................................... 55 Introduction .................................... 3
Engine compartment fuse box ... 187 ISOFIX child restraint systems .... 51
Engine compartment overview... 170
H
Engine coolant ........................... 175 Hand brake................................. 160 J
Engine coolant temperature ........ 75 Hands free phone ...................... 130 Jump starting ............................. 201
Engine data ............................... 221 Hazard warning flashers .............. 83
Engine exhaust .......................... 152 Headlight flash ............................. 82 K
Engine oil ........................... 172, 215 Headlight range adjustment ........ 82 Keys ............................................. 20
Engine oil pressure ...................... 75 Headlights .................................. 181
Headlights when driving abroad . . 82 L
Event data recorders.................. 226 Light switch .................................. 81
Exterior care .............................. 205 Head restraint adjustment ............. 7
Head restraints ............................ 34 Load compartment ................ 24, 57
Exterior lighting ............................ 13 Loading information ..................... 59
Heated ......................................... 29
F Heated exterior mirrors................. 29 Low fuel ....................................... 75
Fault ........................................... 156 Heated front seats........................ 37 M
Fixed air vents ........................... 147 Heated rear window ..................... 32
Malfunction indicator light ............ 73
Fixed mast antenna.................... 108 Heating ........................................ 37
Manual adjustment ...................... 28
Fog light ....................................... 75 Heating and ventilation system . 139
Manual anti-dazzle ...................... 30
Folding ......................................... 29 High beam ............................. 75, 81
Manual transmission .................. 157
Folding exterior mirror.................. 29 Horn ....................................... 15, 61
230

Manual windows .......................... 30 Rear fog lights ............................. 84 T


Mirror adjustment ........................... 8 Rear window wiper/washer .......... 62 Tachometer ................................. 68
Recommended fluids and Tail lights ................................... 183
N lubricants ................................ 215 Three-point seat belt .................... 38
New vehicle running-in .............. 150 Refuelling ................................... 163 Tools .......................................... 191
Number plate light ..................... 185 Reversing lights ........................... 84 Top-tether fastening eyes ............ 53
O Roof load...................................... 59 Towing another vehicle ............. 205
Odometer ..................................... 67 Roof rack ..................................... 59 Towing the vehicle ..................... 203
Operation ..................................... 91 Transmission ......................... 17, 74
S Transmission fluid....................... 215
Overdrive off................................. 74 Seat adjustment ....................... 6, 36 Tread depth ............................... 193
P Seat belt ........................................ 8 Trip computer .............................. 76
Parking ................................ 19, 152 Seat belt reminder ....................... 72 Turn and lane-change signals ..... 83
Parking assist ............................ 161 Seat belts ..................................... 37 Turn signal ................................... 72
Parking brake ............................ 160 Seat position ................................ 35 Tyre chains ................................ 194
Performance .............................. 222 Selector lever ............................. 153 Tyre changing............................. 193
Performing work ........................ 167 Service ............................... 149, 209 Tyre designations ...................... 192
Personalisation............................. 94 Service information .................... 209 Tyre pressure ............................ 192
Pollen filter ................................. 148 Service schedules...................... 210 Tyre pressures ........................... 225
Power outlets ............................... 64 Side airbag system ...................... 42 Tyre repair kit ............................. 194
Power steering fluid............ 177, 215 Side turn signal lights ................ 184
Power windows ............................ 31 Spare wheel ............................... 199 U
Speedometer ............................... 66 Upholstery.................................. 207
R Starting off ................................... 18 Using this manual .......................... 3
Radio data system (RDS) .......... 104 Starting the engine .................... 151
Radio Frequency Identification Steering wheel adjustment ...... 9, 60 V
(RFID)..................................... 227 Steering wheel controls ............... 60 Vehicle data recording and
Radio remote control ................... 20 Storage compartments................. 54 privacy..................................... 226
Rear fog light ............................... 76 Sunglasses storage ..................... 56 Vehicle dimensions .................... 224
Sun visors .................................... 33 Vehicle Identification Number .... 219
231

Vehicle personalisation ............... 79


Vehicle storage........................... 166
Vehicle unlocking ........................... 6
Vehicle weight ........................... 223
Ventilation................................... 139
W
Washer and wiper systems ......... 15
Washer fluid ............................... 177
Wheel changing ......................... 197
Wheel covers ............................. 194
Wheels and tyres ....................... 192
Windscreen wiper/washer ........... 61
Winter tyres ............................... 192
Wiper blade replacement .......... 180
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