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13

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e Guide

Auto Idle Stop Function

To improve fuel economy, the engine stops and then restarts as detailed below. When Auto Idle Stop is on, the Auto Idle Stop indicator 
(green) comes on. 

(P453)

*1:U.S. models
*2:Canada models

At

Continuously variable transmission

Engine status

Deceleration

Stop

Start-up

Stop the vehicle and depress the brake pedal.

Automatic Brake Hold Off

Automatic Brake Hold On

On

Keep the brake pedal depressed.

With the automatic brake hold system 
activated, you can release the brake pedal 
when the 

 indicator comes on.

*1

*2

Off

Release the brake pedal.

With the automatic brake hold system 
activated, depress the accelerator pedal.

Restarting

*

 Not available on all models

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Eco Assist

®

 System 

(P 449, 450)

*1:Models with A-type meter
*2:Models with B-type meter
*3:Models without drive mode switch
*4:Models with drive mode switch

Ambient Meter

With SPORT mode

*

 off, the color of the ambient meter changes to green to indicate that the vehicle is being 

driven in a fuel efficient manner.

ECON Button

*3

/DRIVE 

MODE Switch

*4

 

(P 449, 450)

Helps maximize fuel 
economy.

ECON Mode Indicator 

(P 100)

Comes on when the 

ECON

 mode is 

on or selected.

*1

*2

*1

*2

*3

*4

*3

*4

Ambient Meter

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Safe Driving 

(P 37)

Airbags 

(P 51)

Your vehicle is fitted with airbags to help protect you and your 
passengers during a moderate-to-severe collision.

Child Safety 

(P 71)

All children 12 and younger should be seated in the rear seat.

Smaller children should be properly restrained in a forward-facing child seat.

Infants must be properly restrained in a rear-facing child seat.

Exhaust Gas Hazard 

(P 84)

Your vehicle emits dangerous exhaust gases that contain carbon 
monoxide. Do not run the engine in confined spaces where carbon 
monoxide gas can accumulate.

Before Driving Checklist 

(P 41)

Before driving, check that the front seats, head restraints, 
steering wheel, and mirrors have been properly adjusted.

Seat Belts 

(P 42)

Fasten your seat belt and sit upright well 
back in the seat.

Check that your passengers are wearing 
their seat belts correctly.

Fasten your lap belt as 
low as possible.

*

 Not available on all models

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Instrument Panel 

(P 87)

Gauges 

(P 109)

/Driver Information Interface 

(P 113, 135, 138)

/System Indicators 

(P 88)

M

 (7-speed manual shift mode) Indicator/

Shift Indicator

*

 

(P93)

Models with A-type meter

Shift Position Indicator/
Transmission System Indicator 

(P94)

Fuel Gauge 

(P110)

Driver Information Interface 

(P113)

Tachometer 

(P109)

Speedometer 

(P109)

Traffic Sign Recognition System 

(P111)

Odometer 

(P110)

Outside Temperature 

(P111)

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M

 (7-speed manual shift mode) 

Indicator/Shift Indicator 

(P93)

You can change the gauge design.

Change gauge design 

(P152)

Models with B-type meter

Shift Position Indicator/
Transmission System Indicator 

(P94)

Fuel Gauge 

(P110)

Driver Information Interface (Right Side Area) 

(P138)

Tachometer 

(P109)

Speedometer 

(P109)

Traffic Sign Recognition System 

(P111)

Odometer 

(P110)

Temperature Gauge 

(P110)

Driver Information Interface (Left Side Area) 

(P135)

Outside Temperature 

(P111)

*

 Not available on all models

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Controls 

(P 153)

Clock 

(P 154)

a

Press the 

MENU

 button.

b

Select 

Clock Settings

.

c

Select 

Automatic Time

, then select 

OFF

.

d

Select 

Set Time

.

e

Select 

12H

/

24H

 to change 12 or 24 hour 

clock.

f

Select  

or .

g

Select 

Set

 to set the time. 

Models with color audio system

MENU

 Button

3

4

To adjust date

To adjust time

a

Press the 

 button.

b

Select 

General Settings

.

c

Select 

System

.

d

Select 

Date & Time

.

e

Select 

Set Date & Time

.

f

Select 

Automatic Date & Time

, then 

select 

OFF

Models with Display Audio

g

Select 

Set Date

 or 

Set Time

.

h

Select  

or .

i

Select 

Save

 to set the date or time.

The audio system receives signals from GPS 
satellites, updating the clock automatically.

3

4

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ENGINE START/STOP 
Button 

(P 180)

Press the button to change the vehicle’s 
power mode.

Turn Signals 

(P 182)

Lights 

(P 183)

Turn Signal Control Lever

Right

Left

Light Control Switches

Low Beam

High Beam

Flashing

Wipers and Washers 

(P 190)

*1:Models with automatic intermittent 

wipers

*2:Models with manual intermittent 

operation

AUTO

 should always be turned 

OFF

 before 

the following situations in order to prevent 
severe damage to the wiper system:

Cleaning the windshield

Driving through a car wash

No rain present

Wiper/Washer Control Lever

Adjustment Ring

*

(

-

: Low sensitivity

*1

: Lower speed, fewer sweeps

*2

(

+

: High sensitivity

*1

: Higher speed, more sweeps

*2

MIST
OFF
AUTO

*1

: Wiper speed varies automatically

INT

*2

: Low speed with intermittent

LO

: Low speed wipe

HI

: High speed wipe

Pull toward 
you to spray 
washer fluid.

Models with automatic intermittent wipers

*

 Not available on all models

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Steering Wheel 

(P 195)

To adjust, push the adjustment lever 
down, adjust to the desired position, then 
lock the lever back in place.

Unlocking the Front 
Doors from the Inside 

(P 167)

Pull either front door inner handle to 
unlock and open it at the same time.

To adjust

To lock

Trunk 

(P 170)

Press and hold the trunk opener on the 
driver’s door to unlock and open the trunk.

Press the trunk release button on the 
remote to unlock and open the trunk.

Press the trunk release button

*

 on the 

trunk lid to unlock and open the trunk.

Power Door Mirrors 

(P 197)

With the power mode in ON, move the 
selector switch to 

L

 or 

R

.

Push the appropriate edge of the 
adjustment switch to adjust the mirror.

Trunk Opener

Selector Switch

Adjustment Switch

Power Windows 

(P 176)

With the power mode in ON, open and 
close the power windows.

If the power window lock button is in the 
off position, each passenger’s window 
can be opened and closed with its own 
switch.

If the power window lock button is in the 
on position (indicator is on), each 
passenger’s window switch is disabled.

Power Window Lock Button

Window 
Switch

Indicator

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Climate Control System 

(P222)

Press the 

AUTO

 button to activate the climate control system.

Press the 

 button to turn the system on or off.

Press the 

 button to defrost the windshield.

Fan Control Dial

 (Windshield Defroster) Button

Driver’s Side Temperature 
Control Dial

 (Recirculation) Button

 (

ON/OFF

) Button

AUTO

 Button

A/C

 (Air Conditioning) Button

Dashboard 
vents

Dashboard 
and floor 
vents

Floor vents

Floor and 
defroster 
vents

Passenger’s Side Temperature 
Control Dial

SYNC

 Button

Models with SYNC button

*

 Not available on all models

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 (Windshield Defroster) Button

 (Recirculation) Button

Fan Control Dial

Temperature Control Dial

 (

ON/OFF

) Button

AUTO

 Button

A/C

 (Air Conditioning) Button

Dashboard 
vents

Dashboard 
and floor 
vents

Floor vents

Floor and 
defroster 
vents

Models without SYNC button

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Features 

(P 229)

Audio Remote Controls 

(P 234)

SOURCE

 Button

Press to cycle through the audio modes as 
follows:
FM

AM

USB/iPod/Apple CarPlay/

Android Auto

Bluetooth

®

Audio

VOL

(

+

 / 

VOL

(

-

 (Volume) Switch

Press to adjust the volume up/down.

 / 

 (Seek/Skip) Buttons 

Radio:
Press 

 / 

 to change the preset 

radio station. Press and hold 

 / 

 

to change the strong station.
iPod, USB flash drive, 

Bluetooth

®

 Audio, 

or Smartphone Connection:
Press 

 / 

 to skip to the 

beginning of the next song or return to 
the beginning of the current song.

Models with color audio system

SOURCE

 Button

 / 

 (Seek/Skip) Buttons

VOL

(

+

/

VOL

(

-

 

(Volume) Switch

USB flash drive or 

Bluetooth

®

 Audio:

Press and hold 

 / 

 to change a 

folder/group.

VOL

(

+

 / 

VOL

(

-

 (Volume) Switch

Press to adjust the volume up/down.

 / 

 (Seek/Skip) Buttons 

Radio:
Press 

 / 

 to change the preset 

radio station. Press and hold 

 / 

 

to change the strong station.
iPod, USB flash drive, 

Bluetooth

®

 Audio, 

or Smartphone Connection:
Press 

 / 

 to skip to the 

beginning of the next song or return to 
the beginning of the current song.
USB flash drive:
Press and hold 

 / 

 to change a 

folder.

Models with Display Audio

Left Selector Wheel

 / 

 (Seek/Skip) Buttons

VOL

(

+

/

VOL

(

-

 

(Volume) Switch

Left Selector Wheel
Roll up or down: To cycle through the 
audio modes, roll up or down and then 
press the left selector wheel:

FM

AM

SiriusXM

®

USB

Bluetooth

®

 Audio

Smartphone Connection 

(Apple CarPlay/Android Auto)

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Audio system 

(P 230)

 (Seek/Track) Button

RADIO

 Button

PHONE

 Button

 (Seek/Track) Button

VOL

/

 

AUDIO

 

(Volume/Power) Knob

Audio/Information Screen

 (Back) Button

MENU

 Button

Selector Knob

MEDIA

 Button

CONNECT

 Button

 

(P 237)

Models with color audio system

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VOL

/

 

AUDIO

 

(Volume/Power) Knob

 (Home) Button

 (Back) Button

Audio/Information Screen

 (Seek/Track) Button

 (Seek/Track) Button

 

(P 262)

For navigation system operation 

()

 See the Navigation System Manual

Models with Display Audio

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Driving 

(P 429)

Continuously Variable Transmission 

(P 442, 443, 445)

Shift to 

(

P

 and depress the brake pedal when starting the engine.

Shifting

M

 Indicator

Park

Used when parking or starting 
the engine.

Neutral

Transmission is not locked.

Drive (S)

*

Used:

For better acceleration.

To increase engine 
braking.

When going up or down 
hills.

Models without 
paddle shifter

Models with 
paddle shifter

Depress the brake pedal 
and press the shift lever 
release button to shift.

Press the shift lever release 
button and shift.

Shift without pressing the 
shift lever release button.

Reverse

Used when reversing.

Drive

Used:

For normal driving.

When temporarily driving in 
the 7-speed manual shift 
mode.

When driving in the 7-speed 
manual shift mode (when 
driving in SPORT mode).

Models with paddle shifters

Low

*

Used to further increase 
engine braking.

Used when going up or 
down hills.

Shift Down 

(

-

 

Paddle Shifter

Shift Up 

(

+

 

Paddle Shifter

7-Speed Manual Shift 
Mode

*

 

(P447)

Allows you to manually 
shift the transmission up or 
down without removing 
your hands from the 
steering wheel.

When the transmission is in 

(

D

 with SPORT mode

Pulling a paddle shifter 
changes the mode from 
continuously variable 
transmission to 7-speed 
manual shift mode.

The 

M

 indicator and the 

selected speed number are 
displayed in the shift 
indicator.

When the transmission is in 

(

D

Pulling a paddle shifter 
temporarily changes the mode 
from continuously variable 
transmission to 7-speed 
manual shift mode. The 
selected speed number is 
displayed in the shift 
indicator.

Release 
Button

Shift Lever

Shift Position Indicator

Shift Indicator

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VSA

®

 On and Off 

(P 460)

The Vehicle Stability Assist

TM

 (VSA

®

system helps stabilize the vehicle during 
cornering, and helps maintain traction 
while accelerating on loose or slippery 
road surfaces.

VSA

®

 comes on automatically every time 

you start the engine.

To partially disable or fully restore VSA

®

 

function, press and hold the button until 
you hear a beep.

CMBS

TM

 On and Off 

(P 480)

When a possible frontal collision is likely 
unavoidable, the CMBS

TM

 can help you to 

reduce the vehicle speed and the severity 
of the collision.

The CMBS

TM

 is turned on every time you 

start the engine.

To turn the CMBS

TM

 on or off, use the 

safety support switch.

Tire Pressure Monitoring 
System (TPMS) 

(P 462)

Detects a change in tire conditions and 
overall dimensions due to decrease in tire 
pressures.

The TPMS is turned on automatically 
every time you start the engine.

A calibration procedure must be 
performed when certain conditions arise.

U.S. models

*

 Not available on all models

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Refueling 

(P 575)

Fuel recommendation: Unleaded gasoline, pump octane number 87 or higher

Fuel tank capacity:

12.39 US gal (46.9 L)

a

Unlock the driver’s 
door.

b

Press the area 
indicated by the 
arrow to release the 
fuel fill door. You 
will hear a click.

c

After filling, wait 
about five seconds 
before removing the 
filler nozzle.

Wait for five seconds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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