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Convenience Features
Luggage compartment lamp
Wipers And Washers
2C_LuggageRoomLamp_2
2C_WiperSwitchOverview
The Luggage compartment lamp turns on
A. Wiper speed control
when the trunk is opened and off when
the trunk is closed.
HI: High wiper speed.
LO: Low wiper speed.
NOTICE
INT: Intermittent wipe.
Close the trunk after use to prevent
AUTO(if equipped): Auto control wipe.
unnecessary battery discharge.
OFF: Off
MIST: Single wipe
B. Intermittent or Auto control wipe time
adjustment
C. Wash with brief wipes
Windshield wipers
Operates as follows when the engine is
turned on.
HI: The wiper runs at a higher speed.
LO: The wiper runs at a lower speed.
INT: Wiper operates intermittently at
the same wiping intervals. To vary the
speed setting, turn the speed control
knob.
AUTO(if equipped): The rain sensor
located on the upper end of the
windshield glass senses the amount of
rainfall and controls the wiping cycle
for the proper interval. The more it
rains, the faster the wiper operates.
When the rain stops, the wiper stops. To
vary the speed setting, turn the speed
control knob.
OFF: Wipers are not in operation.
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MIST: For a single wiping cycle, push
WARNING
the lever downward and release. The
wipers operate continuously if the lever
To prevent personal injury:
is held in this position.
• Do not touch the upper end of the
windshield glass facing the rain sensor.
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• Do not wipe the upper end of the
If there is heavy accumulation of snow or
windshield glass with a damp or wet
ice on the windshield, defrost the
cloth.
windshield for about 10 minutes, or until
• Do not put pressure on the windshield
the snow and/or ice is removed to
glass.
prevent damage to the wiper and washer
system.
NOTICE
AUTO (Automatic) control
• When washing the vehicle, set the
if equipped
wiper switch in the OFF position to stop
the auto wiper operation.
• Do not remove the sensor cover
located on the upper end of the
passenger side windshield glass.
2C_RainSensor
The rain sensor located on the upper end
of the windshield glass senses the
amount of rainfall and controls the
interval of the wiping cycle.
To change the sensitivity setting, turn the
sensitivity control knob.
If the wiper switch is set in the AUTO
mode when the Engine Start/Stop button
is in the ON position, the wiper operates
once to perform a self-check of the
system. Set the wiper to the OFF position
when the wiper is not used.
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Convenience Features
Windshield washers
WARNING
When the outside temperature is below
freezing, always warm the windshield
using the defroster to help prevent the
washer fluid from freezing on the
windshield and obscuring your vision that
could lead to a collision resulting in
serious injury or death.
Always use appropriate washer fluids in
the winter season or cold weather.
2C_WasherSwitch
In the OFF position, pull the lever gently
toward you to spray washer fluid on the
NOTICE
windshield and to run the wipers 1-3
cycles. The spray and wiper operation
To prevent damage:
continues until you release the lever. If
• Do not operate the washer when the
the washer does not work, you may need
fluid reservoir is empty or when the
to add washer fluid to the washer fluid
windshield is dry.
reservoir.
• Do not operate the wipers when the
windshield is dry.
Recirculating air when washer fluid
• Do not attempt to move the wipers
is used
manually.
When washer fluid is used, in order to
• Use anti-freezing washer fluids in the
reduce any objectionable scent of the
winter season or cold weather.
washer fluid from entering the cabin,
recirculation mode and air conditioning
are automatically activated depending on
the outside temperature. If you select
fresh mode while the function is
operating, the function resumes after a
certain amount of time. It may not work in
some conditions such as cold weather or
vehicle OFF.
For more information, refer to the
"Recirculating air when washer fluid is
used" section in this chapter.
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Automatic Climate Control System
1C_Aircon
The climate control system buttons may differ depending on vehicle specification.
(1) Driver's temperature control
(2) Passenger's temperature control
(3) AUTO (automatic control)
(4) SYNC(Same control for all seats based on the driver's seat)
(5) Fan speed control
(6) Mode selection
(7) OFF
(8) A/C (air conditioning)
(9) Air intake control
(10)Front windshield defroster
(11) Rear window defroster
CAUTION
The climate control system can be operated even when the engine is not started in the
'ON' state, but the effect is not as effective as when the engine is started, and the battery
may be discharged quickly.
Information
Screen distortion that occurs when you press the screen strongly is a normal
phenomenon that can occur due to the characteristics of LCD.
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Convenience Features
Automatic heating and air
conditioning
The Automatic Climate Control System is
controlled by setting the desired
temperature.
1. Press the AUTO button. The modes, fan
speeds, air intake, and air conditioning
are controlled automatically by the
temperature setting.
You can control the fan speed in three
2C_AirconTempButton
stages by pressing the AUTO button
To turn off the automatic operation,
during automatic operation.
select any operation of the following:
• HIGH: Provides rapid air conditioning
• Mode selection button
and heating with the maximum fan
• Front windshield defroster button
speed setting.
(Press the button one more time to
• MEDIUM: Provides air conditioning
deselect the front windshield
and heating with the mid-level fan
defroster function. The 'AUTO' sign
speed setting.
illuminates on the information
• LOW: Fan speed is set to the lowest
display once again.)
setting range.
• Fan speed control button
• A/C button
The selected function is controlled
manually while other functions operate
automatically.
For your convenience and to improve
the effectiveness of the climate control,
use the AUTO button and set the
temperature to 72 °F (22 °C).
NOTICE
2C_AirconAutoButton
2. Turn left or right the temperature
control knob to set the desired
temperature. If the temperature is set
to the lowest setting, the air
conditioning system operates
continuously. After the interior has
cooled sufficiently, adjust the knob to a
higher temperature set point whenever
possible.
2C_SolarRadiationSensor
Never place anything near the sensor to
ensure better control of the heating and
cooling system.
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Manual heating and air
conditioning
1. Start the engine.
2. Set the mode to the desired position.
For improving the effectiveness of
heating and cooling, select:
• Heating:
• Cooling:
3. Set the temperature control to the
desired position.
4. Set the air intake control to the outside
(fresh) air position.
5. Set the fan speed control to the desired
speed.
6.If air conditioning is desired, turn on the
air conditioning system.
The settings are maintained even when
the engine is turned off. However, the
settings are initialised when the battery
cable is disconnected, so set them again.
Mode selection
2C_AirconModeSelection
The mode selection button controls the
direction of the air flow through the
ventilation system.
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Convenience Features
Air flow direction
1C_AirconModeSelectionOverview
Symbol
Operation
Direction
Air flow is directed toward the upper body and face.
Additionally, each outlet can be controlled to direct the air
B, D
discharged from the outlet.
Air flow is directed toward the face and the floor.
B, C, D, E, F
Most of the air flow is directed to the floor, with a small
amount of the air being directed to the windshield and side
A, C, D, E
window defrosters.
Most of the air flow is directed to the floor and it is used
when removing the windshield dehumidification. (If the
A, C, D, E
window defrosters are set, the air conditioner and outdoor
air intake selection are automatically operated.)
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Front windshield defroster [A], [D]
Instrument panel vents
Front
2C_AirconFrontDefrostButton
Press the front windshield defroster
Rear
button (indicator light ON) to turn on the
front windshield defroster. If the
windshield defogging is set, outside
(fresh) mode is automatically selected
and the air conditioning turns on
according to the detected ambient
temperature
Press the front windshield defroster
button once more (indicator light OFF) to
turn the function off. Each climate control
setting reverts to the setting prior to
selecting the front windshield defrost.
The instrument panel vent air flow can be
directed up/down or left/right using the
vent adjustment lever.
Move the lever all the way to the
direction to close, and to the direction
to open the air vents.
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Convenience Features
Temperature control
SYNC (Adjusting the driver and
passenger side temperature equally)
2C_AirconTempButton
Turn right the knob to increase the
2C_AirconSYNCButton
temperature. Turn left the knob to
Adjusting the temperature and air flow
decrease the temperature.
direction equally
Temperature conversion (°C ↔ °F)
Press the SYNC button (indicator light
ON) to adjust the driver and passenger
To change the temperature unit from °C
side temperature and air flow direction
to °F or °F to °C:
equally.
• Press and hold A/C button for 3
seconds then release. And within 5
Adjusting the temperature individually
seconds, touch the mode selection icon
Press SYNC button (indicator light OFF)
for more than 3 seconds.
again to adjust the driver and passenger
• Select Setup > General > Units >
side temperature individually.
Temperature Unit > °C/°F in the
infotainment system.
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Air intake control
WARNING
Recirculation mode
To prevent serious injury or death:
• Continued climate control system
operation in the recirculated air
position may allow humidity to increase
inside the vehicle that could fog the
WL_RecirculationModeLamp
windshield and the side windows and
With the recirculated air selected, air
obscure visibility.
from the passenger compartment is
• Do not sleep in a vehicle with the air
drawn through the climate control
conditioning or heating system on.
system.
• Continued climate use of recirculated
air may cause drowsiness or sleepiness,
Outside (fresh) mode
and loss of vehicle control. Set the air
intake control to the outside (fresh) air
position while driving.
WL_AirconAirIntakeButton
Fan speed control
With the outside (fresh) air selected, air
enters the vehicle from outside and is
drawn through the climate control
system.
Information
Using the system in the fresh air position
is recommended.
Prolonged operation of the heater in the
recirculated air position (without air
conditioning selected) can cause fogging
2C_Airconwind
of the windshield and side windows and
Press the right button to increase fan
the air within the passenger
speed and airflow. Press the left button to
compartment will become stale.
decrease fan speed and airflow.
In addition, prolonged use of the air
Pressing the OFF button turns off the fan.
conditioning with the recirculated air
position selected will result in excessively
Information
dry air in the passenger compartment.
Operating the fan speed when the Engine
Start/Stop button is in the ON position
may cause the battery to discharge.
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Convenience Features
Air conditioning
System maintenance
Cabin air filter
The cabin air filter is installed behind the
glove box. It filters the dust or other
pollutants that enter the vehicle through
the heating and air conditioning system.
Have the cabin air filter replaced by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer according to
the maintenance schedule. If the vehicle
is being driven in severe conditions such
2C_AirconAirconButton
as dusty or rough roads and/or if
Press the A/C button to manually turn on
transporting pets or occupants smoke
the system on (indicator light ON) and off.
inside the vehicle, then more frequent
cabin air filter inspections and changes
OFF mode
are required.
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• Replace the filter according to the
Maintenance Schedule. If the vehicle is
being driven in severe conditions such
as dusty, rough roads, more frequent
climate control air filter inspections and
changes are required.
• When the air flow rate suddenly
decreases, have your vehicle inspected
2C_AirconAutoOffButton
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Press the OFF button to turn the climate
control system off. You can still operate
the mode and air intake buttons as long as
the Engine Start/Stop button is in the ON
position.
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Checking the amount of air
Air conditioning refrigerant label
conditioner refrigerant
If the amount of refrigerant is too low or
too high, the performance of the air
conditioning is reduced. Have your
vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
NOTICE
• The refrigerant system should only be
serviced by trained and certified
technicians in a well-ventilated area to
2C_RefrigerantTypeLabel
ensure proper and safe operation.
You can find out which air conditioning
refrigerant is applied to your vehicle on
• Never repair the air conditioning
the label located inside of the hood.
evaporator (cooling coil) or replace
with the one removed from a used or
salvaged vehicle. A new replacement
evaporator must be certified (and
labeled) as meeting SAE Standard
J2842.
WARNING
Vehicles equipped with R-1234yf
2C_RefrigerantLabel
Each symbol and specification on the air
conditioning refrigerant label is
represented as the following:
(1) Classification of refrigerant
(2) Amount of refrigerant
(3) Classification of compressor lubricant
WL_RefrigerantWarning
(4) Caution
To prevent serious injury, have the air
(5) Flammable refrigerant
conditioning system be serviced by only
(6) To require registered technician to
trained and certified technicians.
service air conditioning system
R-1234yf is flammable and operated at
high pressure.
Reclaim all refrigerants with proper
equipment. Venting refrigerants directly
to the atmosphere is harmful to
individuals and environment.
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Convenience Features
Windshield Defrosting
Automatic climate control
system
And Defogging
To defog inside windshield
WARNING
Do not use the defrost level position
during cooling operation in extremely
humid weather. The outer surface of the
windshield may fog and reduce visibility,
causing a collision that results in serious
injury or death.
Set the mode selection button to the face
level position and lower the fan speed.
2C_InsideDefrostProcedure
• For maximum defrost performance, set
(1) Select the desired fan speed.
the temperature control switch to the
(2) Select the desired temperature.
highest temperature setting and the fan
speed control to the highest setting.
(3) Press the defroster button (
)
• If warm air to the floor is desired while
(4) The air conditioning turns on
defrosting or defogging, select the floor
according to the detected ambient
defrost position.
temperature, the outside (fresh) air
mode and higher fan speed are
• Before driving, clear all snow and ice
selected automatically.
from the windshield, rear window, side
view mirrors, and all side windows.
If the air conditioning, outside (fresh) air
mode and higher fan speed are not
• Clear all snow and ice from the hood
selected automatically, adjust the
and air inlet to improve heater and
corresponding switch.
defroster efficiency and to reduce the
probability of fogging up the inside of
If the defrost switch is selected, the fan
the windshield.
speed increases.
To defrost outside windshield
2C_InsideDefrostProcedure_2
(1) Set the fan speed to the highest
position.
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(2) Set the temperature to the hottest (HI)
Rear window defroster
position.
NOTICE
(3) Press the defroster button (
)
(4) The air conditioning turns on
Never use sharp instruments or window
according to the detected ambient
cleaners containing abrasives to clean the
temperature and the outside (fresh)
window to prevent damage to the rear
air mode is selected automatically.
window defroster.
If the defrost switch is selected, lower fan
speed is adjusted to higher fan speed.
The defroster heats the window to
remove frost, fog and thin ice from the
Defogging logic
interior and exterior of the rear window,
while the engine is running.
To reduce the probability of fogging up
the inside of the windshield, the air intake
• To activate it, press the rear window
or air conditioning are controlled
defroster button located in the center
automatically according to certain
control panel. The indicator on the rear
conditions. To cancel or reset the
window defroster button illuminates
defogging logic, do the following.
when the defroster is ON.
1. Press the Engine Start/Stop button to
the ON position.
2. Press the defroster button (
).
3. While pressing the air conditioning
button, press the air intake control
button at least 5 times within 3 seconds
The air intake control button indicator
blinks 3 times to indicate that the
defogging logic has been disabled.
Repeat the steps again to re-enable the
2C_RearWindowDefrost
defogging logic.
• To turn if off, press the rear window
If the battery has been discharged or
defroster button again.
disconnected, it resets to the defog logic
status.
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• If there is heavy accumulation of snow
on the rear window, brush it off before
operating the rear defroster.
• The rear window defroster
automatically turns off after about 20
minutes or when the Engine Start/Stop
button is in the OFF position.
Side view mirror defroster
The side view mirror defrosters operate
when you turn on the rear window
defroster.
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Convenience Features
Non-operating conditions
Climate Control
The Air conditioning auto-drying feature
Additional Features
stops operating under the following
conditions:
Information
• The A/C Automatic Drying feature has
The infotainment system may change
operated for 10 minutes.
after software updates. For more
• The Engine Start/Stop button is
information, refer to the user's manual
pressed, or the engine is on.
provided in the infotainment system and
• The climate control system is operated
the quick reference guide.
remotely.
Information
Air conditioning auto-drying
The Air conditioning auto-drying feature
The Air conditioning auto-drying feature
reduces air conditioner odors but may not
dries the moisture in the air conditioner
remove all odors.
and reduces air conditioner odor. The
blower motor automatically operates 30
minutes after the engine is turned off.
Auto defogging system
if equipped
Turning Air conditioning auto-drying
on or off
The Air conditioning auto-drying feature
can be turned on and off by selecting
Setup > Vehicle > Climate > Air
Conditioner Auto-Dry.
When the Air conditioning auto-drying
feature is activated, the air conditioner
sets the fan speed to the third level,
selects outside (fresh) mode, and directs
the air flow toward the face.
2C_RainSensor
The Auto defogging reduces the
Operating conditions
possibility of fogging up the inside of the
The Air conditioning auto-drying feature
windshield by automatically sensing the
operates under the following conditions:
moisture on inside the windshield.
• The vehicle is turned off after operating
The auto defogging system operates
the air conditioner for a certain period.
when the heater or air conditioning is on.
• The battery level is sufficient and the
outside temperature is above a certain
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level.
The Auto defogging system may not
operate normally, when the outside
temperature is below 14 °F (-10 °C).
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When the Auto Defogging System
Infotainment system
operates, the
indicator illuminates.
Auto Defogging System can be turned on
If high amount of humidity is detected in
and off by selecting Setup > Vehicle >
the vehicle, the Auto defogging system is
Climate > Defog/Defrost Options > Auto
enabled.
Defog from the infotainment system.
The following steps are performed
Information
automatically:
Step 1. Air conditioning turns on and
• Do not select recirculated air while the
Outside (fresh) mode is selected.
Auto defogging system is operating.
Step 2. Defrost level is selected.
• When Auto defogging system is
operating, fan speed adjustment,
Step 3. Fan speed is set to a higher level.
temperature adjustment, and air intake
If the air conditioning is off or recirculated
control selection are all disabled.
air is manually selected while Auto
defogging system is ON, the Auto
defogging system has been canceled.
NOTICE
Turning the Auto defogging system
Do not remove the sensor cover located
on or off
on the top of the windshield glass.
Damage may not be covered by your
Climate control system
vehicle warranty.
To activate the Auto defogging system,
press the front windshield defroster
button for 3 seconds when the ignition
switch is in the ON position. The
windshield defrost button indicator blinks
6 times and then turns off.
To release the Auto defogging system,
press the front windshield defroster
button for 3 seconds when the ignition
switch is in the ON position. The
windshield defrost button indicator blinks
3 times and then turns on.
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Convenience Features
Auto dehumidify
Recirculating air when washer
if equipped
fluid is used
To increase cabin air quality and reduce
if equipped
windshield misting, recirculation mode
Recirculation mode automatically
switches off automatically after about 5
activates to reduce the scent of the
to 30 minutes, depending on the outside
washer fluid entering the cabin when the
temperature, and the air intake changes
windshield washer is used.
to fresh mode.
When it is shifted to the recirculation
mode, the unpleasant scent may flow into
Turning Auto dehumidify on or off
the vehicle.
Climate control system
Turning Activation on a washer fluid
To turn the Auto dehumidify feature on or
use on or off
off, select Face level (
) mode and press
the air intake control (
) button at least
Climate control system
5 times within 3 seconds. When Auto
To turn the Activate on washer fluid use
dehumidify is turned on, the air intake
feature on or off, select Floor level (
)
control button indicator blinks 6 times.
mode, and then press the air intake
When turned off, the indicator blinks 3
control (
) button 5 times within 3
times.
seconds.
When Activate on washer fluid use is
Infotainment system
turned on, the air intake control button
Auto dehumidify can be turned on and off
indicator blinks 6 times. When turned off,
by selecting Setup > Vehicle > Climate >
the indicator blinks 3 times.
Automatic Ventilation > Automatic
Dehumidify from the infotainment
Infotainment system
system.
Activate on washer fluid use can be
turned on and off by selecting Setup >
Sunroof inside air
Vehicle > Climate > Recirculate Air >
Activate upon Washer Fluid Use from the
recirculation
infotainment system.
if equipped
When the sunroof is opened, the fresh
mode is automatically selected. If you
press the air intake control button, the
recirculation mode is selected but
changes back to the fresh mode after 3
minutes. When the sunroof is closed, the
air intake position returns to the previous
position.
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Recirculating air when
Information
entering a tunnel
• The activation time for the feature may
if equipped
differ because of the time gap between
To prevent the inflow of polluted air into
the GPS and vehicle speed.
the vehicle when passing through a
• The feature activates until you have
tunnel, this function automatically closes
passed through continuous tunnels.
the windows and switches the climate
control system to Recirculation mode for
• When entering a tunnel, recirculation
about 7 seconds before entering a tunnel
mode may cause fogging of the
based on the map information of the
windshield. Use the front windshield
navigation and the speed of the vehicle.
defroster button.
To prevent the inflow of polluted air into
• The feature does not operate in short
the vehicle when passing through a
tunnels.
tunnel, the windows and climate control
• The feature may not activate if the GPS
system are operated using the navigation
is not working properly.
map information and vehicle speed as
follows:
To use this feature, it must be enabled
WARNING
from the Settings menu in the
infotainment system. Select: Setup >
Be careful not to get any body parts
Vehicle > Climate > Recirculate Air
caught when the windows are closing.
When Entering Tunnels: The vehicle's
windows automatically close, and the
climate control system switches to
recirculation mode for about 7 seconds
before entering a tunnel.
The windows open to the previous
position after passing through the tunnel.
If the power window switch is operated
before the windows open, the windows
do not return to the previous position.
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Convenience Features
Storage Compartment
Center console storage
WARNING
Never store cigarette lighters, propane
cylinders, or other flammable/explosive
materials in the vehicle. These items may
catch fire and/or explode if the vehicle is
exposed to hot temperatures for
extended periods.
2C_CenterConsoleBox
WARNING
To open:
ALWAYS keep the storage compartment
Press the button.
covers closed securely while driving.
Items inside your vehicle are moving as
Glove box
fast as the vehicle. If you have to stop or
turn quickly, or if there is a collision, the
items may fly out of the compartment and
may cause an injury if they strike the
driver or a passenger.
NOTICE
To avoid possible theft, do not leave
valuables in the storage compartments.
2C_GloveBox
To open:
Pull the lever (1).
WARNING
ALWAYS close the glove box door after
use.
An open glove box door may cause
serious injury to a passenger in a collision,
even if the passenger is wearing a seat
belt.
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Interior Features
WARNING
• Avoid abrupt starting and braking when
the cup holder is used to prevent
Cup holder
spilling your drink. If hot liquid spills,
Cups or small beverages cups can be
you may be burned. Such a burn to the
placed in the cup holders.
driver may cause loss of vehicle control
Front seat
resulting in a collision.
• Do not place uncovered or unsecured
cups, bottles, cans, etc., in the cup
holder containing hot liquid while the
vehicle is in motion. Injuries may result
in the event of a sudden stop or
collision.
• Only use soft cups in the cup holders.
• Keep cans or bottles out of direct sun
light and do not put them in a hot
2C_CupHolderCenterConsole
vehicle. Otherwise, they may explode.
Rear seat armrest
NOTICE
• Keep your drinks sealed while driving to
prevent spilling. If liquid spills, it may
get into the vehicle's
electrical/electronic system and
damage electrical/electronic parts.
• When cleaning spilled liquids do not
use hot air to blow out or dry the cup
2C_RearSeatCupHolder
holder. This may damage the interior.
Pull the armrest down to use the cup
holders.
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Convenience Features
Sunvisor
Power outlet
Center console storage (inside)
2C_Sunvisor
2C_PowerOutlet
To use the sunvisor, pull it downward.
The power outlet is designed to provide
To use the sunvisor to block the sun from
power for mobile phones or other devices
the side window, pull it rearward, release
designed to operate with vehicle
it from the bracket (1) and swing it to the
electrical systems.
side (2) toward the window.
The devices should draw less than 180 W
To use the vanity mirror, pull down the
with the engine running.
sunvisor and slide the mirror cover (3).
Adjust the sunvisor forward or backward
WARNING
(4) as needed (if equipped). Use the ticket
Avoid electrical shocks. Do not place your
holder (5) to hold tickets.
fingers or foreign objects (pin, etc.) into a
Close the vanity mirror cover securely and
power outlet or touch the power outlet
return the sunvisor to its original position
with a wet hand.
after use.
WARNING
NOTICE
Do not block your view or the roadway
when using the sunvisor.
To prevent damage to the power outlets:
• Use the power outlet only when the
engine is running and remove the
NOTICE
accessory plug after use. Using the
accessory plug for an extended period
The tab (5) adjacent to the vanity mirror
of time with the engine off could cause
on the sunvisor can be used for toll road
the battery to discharge.
tickets or self parking tickets. Use caution
• Only use 12 V electric accessories that
when inserting tickets into the ticket
are less than 180 W in electric capacity.
holder to avoid damage. Refrain from
putting several tickets in the ticket holder
• Adjust the air conditioner or heater to
as this could also damage the retaining
the lowest operating level when using
tab.
the power outlet. These devices may
cause excessive audio static and
malfunctions in other electronic
systems or devices used in your vehicle.
• Close the cover when not used.
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• Some electronic devices may cause
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electronic interference when plugged
into a vehicle's power outlet.
• The battery charging state may be
• Push the plug in as far as it goes. The
monitored on the electronic device.
plug may overheat and the fuse may
• Disconnect the USB cable from the USB
open.
port after use.
• Only connect devices with reverse
• A smartphone or a tablet PC may get
current protection or the current from
warmer during the recharging process.
the device battery may cause the
It does not indicate any malfunction
vehicle's electrical/electronic system to
with the charging system.
malfunction.
• A smartphone or a tablet PC that does
not use a USB cable to charge should be
charged using its own charger.
USB charger
• Do not attempt to use the charging
The USB charger is designed to recharge
terminal either to turn on an audio or to
batteries of small size electronic devices
play media with the infotainment
using a USB cable.
system.
Front
• Charging may not be possible when
using a Type-C to A converter sold by a
mobile phone manufacturer or
commercially available.
Rear
2C_USBChargePortCenterConsoleBox
The USB charger is designed to recharge
batteries of small size electronic devices
using a USB cable.
Electronic devices can be charged when
the engine is running.
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Convenience Features
Wireless smartphone
NOTICE
charging system
Use the USB charger when the engine is
if equipped
running. Using the USB charger for
prolonged periods of time with the
Engine Start/Stop button in the ON
position (engine off) may cause the
battery to discharge.
To prevent damage to the USB charger:
- Do not insert foreign objects or spill
liquid into the outlet. The USB
charging terminal may be damaged.
- Do not use devices with working
current exceeding 3,000 mA (3.0 A).
2C_WirelessSmartPhoneChargingSystem
(1) Indicator light
When charging an electrical device by
using an USB converting adapter (C to A
(2) Charging pad
type), use a genuine adapter specified
for your vehicle. A commonly used
Charging your smartphone
adapter is not equipped with any
The wireless smartphone charging
measures to prevent over current and
system charges only the Qi-enabled
maintain stability.
smartphones ( ). Visit your smartphone
Using an unspecified cable may
manufacturer's website to check whether
damage the vehicle's USB charger or
your smartphone supports the Qi
the connected devices. Contact an
technology.
authorized HYUNDAI dealer for more
information on accessories for
The wireless charging process starts
HYUNDAI vehicles.
when you put a Qi-enabled smartphone
on the wireless charging with the screen
The use of non-genuine parts may
facing up.
damage the USB port and infotainment
system. Damage cannot be covered by
1. Remove other items, including the
your vehicle warranty.
smart key, from the wireless charging
unit. If not, the wireless charging
process may be interrupted. Place the
smartphone on the center of the
charging pad.
2. The system is available when all doors
are closed, and when the Start/Stop
button is in the ON or START position.
3. You can turn ON or OFF the wireless
charging function from the Setup menu
in the infotainment system. Select:
Setup > Vehicle > Convenience >
Wireless Charging System for
Mobile Devices
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4. The indicator light is orange when the
to the side, the charging rate may be
smart phone is charging. The indicator
less and in some cases the smartphone
light will turn green when phone
may experience higher heat
charging is complete.
conduction.
Wireless charging may stop temporarily
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when the smart key is used, either
• For flip type smartphones, when using
when starting the vehicle or
wireless charging, place the
locking/unlocking the doors, etc.
smartphone folded with the device's
When charging certain smartphones,
back placed on the center of the
the charging indicator may not change
wireless charging unit.
to blue when the smartphone is fully
• The infotainment system may change
charged.
after software updates. For more
The wireless charging process may
information, refer to the user's manual
temporarily stop, when temperature
provided in the infotainment system
abnormally increases inside the
and the quick reference guide.
wireless smartphone charging system.
The wireless charging process restarts,
when temperature falls to a certain
If your smartphone is not charging:
level.
• Slightly change the position of the
If any metallic object, such as coins, is
smartphone on the charging pad.
located between the wireless charging
• Make sure the indicator light is orange.
system and the smartphone, the
charging may be disrupted. Also, the
The indicator light blinks orange for 10
metallic object may heat up.
seconds if there is a malfunction in the
wireless charging system.
When charging some smartphones
with a self-protection feature, the
The system warns you with a message on
wireless charging speed may decrease
the cluster display if the smartphone is
and the wireless charging may stop.
still on the wireless charging pad after the
vehicle is turned OFF and the front door is
If the smartphone has a thick case, it
opened.
may not charge.
For some manufacturer's smartphones,
Some magnetic items such as credit
the system may not warn you even
cards, phone cards, or transit cards may
though the smartphone is left on the
be damaged if left with the smartphone
wireless charging unit. This is due to the
during the charging process.
particular characteristic of the
If the smartphone is not completely
smartphone and not a malfunction of the
contacting the charging pad, wireless
wireless charging.
charging may not operate properly.
If the Engine Start/Stop button is in the
NOTICE
OFF position, the charging also stops.
• The wireless smartphone charging
When any smartphone without a
system may not support certain
wireless charging function or a metallic
smartphones, that do not meet for the
object is placed on the charging pad, a
Qi specification ( ).
small noise may sound. This small
• When placing your smartphone on the
sound because the vehicle discerns
charging pad, position the phone in the
compatibility of the object placed on
middle of the mat for optimal charging
the charging pad. It does not affect
performance. If your smartphone is off
your vehicle or the smartphone.
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Convenience Features
• Some smartphones may not be able to
Coat hook
charge depending on the internal
Rear
structure of the smartphone. If this
occurs, try charging the smartphone by
moving it to the left or right side of the
wireless charging pad. However, for
some fold-able smartphones that have
magnets inside the smartphone, try
charging the smartphone while holding
it close to the left side of the wireless
charging pad.
• During wireless charging, an internal
fan operates to prevent overheating.
2C_CoatHook
Fan noise may sound.
This hook is not designed to hold large or
heavy items.
WARNING
Information
Only hang soft clothing without heavy,
This device complies with Part 15 of the
sharp or breakable objects in the clothes
FCC rules.
pockets. In a collision or when the curtain
Operation is subject to the following three
airbag is inflated, the objects could move
conditions:
and cause serious injury.
1. This device may not cause harmful
interference.
2. This device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired
operation.
3. Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's
authority to operate the device.
2C_CoatHookWarning
Clock
The clock can be set from the
infotainment system.
WARNING
Do not attempt to adjust the clock while
driving.
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Floor mat anchor(s)
Infotainment System
ALWAYS use the floor mat anchors to
attach the front floor mats to the vehicle.
NOTICE
The anchors on the front floor carpet keep
• Do not install an aftermarket HID
the floor mats from sliding forward.
headlight. Your vehicle's audio and
electronic devices may not function
WARNING
properly.
Do not overlay additional mats or liners
• Prevent chemicals such as perfume,
over the floor mats. If using All Weather
cosmetic oil, sun cream, hand cleaner,
mats, remove the carpeted floor mats
and air freshener from contacting the
before installing them. Only use floor
interior parts because they may cause
mats designed to connect to the anchors.
damage or discoloration.
WARNING
USB Port
To prevent serious injury or death from a
floor mat interfering with the brake or
accelerator pedals:
• Remove any protective film on the
carpet before installing a floor mat.
• Check floor mats are securely attached
to the vehicle's floor mat anchors
before driving.
• Do not use ANY floor mat that cannot
be firmly attached to the vehicle's floor
2C_USBPort
mat anchors.
Press the USB port selection button while
• Do not stack floor mats on top of one
the engine is running. Press the upper
another (e.g. all-weather rubber mat on
portion of the button (1) to charge an
top of a carpeted floor mat). Only a
electronic device. Press the lower portion
single floor mat must be installed in
of the button (2) to charge and listen to
each position.
music with a media storage device. The
USB port can be used after either
indicator light turns on.
• You can use an USB cable to connect
WARNING
audio devices to the vehicle USB port.
To avoid any interference with pedal
• After connecting a media storage
operation, install the HYUNDAI floor mat
device such as a MP3 or USB to the USB
designed for your vehicle.
port, you can listen to music through
the vehicle's speakers or play it on the
infotainment system.
• Small electronic devices can be
charged.
• Use the USB position to connect to
wired Android Auto or Apple Car Play.
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Convenience Features
Antenna
Information
• Some devices may not be charged
through USB port.
• When using a portable audio device
connected to the power outlet, and the
USB port at the same time, noise may
occur during playback. If this happens,
disconnect the power cable from the
power outlet and use the portable
audio device's power source.
2C_SharkAntenna
The shark fin antenna receives
NOTICE
transmitted data (for example, AM/FM,
SXM).
• When connecting a Type-A USB or a
memory device to a vehicle, use a
genuine converting adapter (C to A
Steering wheel remote
type) specified for your vehicle. A
controls
commonly used adapter is not
equipped with any measures to reduce
noise, prevent overcurrent and
maintain stability. Connecting an
unspecified cable may damage the
vehicle's USB port or the connected
devices. Contact an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer for more information
on accessories for HYUNDAI vehicles.
• The use of non-genuine parts may
damage the USB port and infotainment
2C_AudioButtonOverview
system. Damage cannot be covered by
your vehicle warranty.
NOTICE
Do not operate multiple audio remote
control buttons simultaneously.
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SEEK/PRESET (
/
) (1)
Infotainment system
If the SEEK/PRESET switch is pushed up
or down and held for 0.8 seconds or
more, it functions in the following modes:
• RADIO mode
It functions as the AUTO SEEK select
button. It seeks until you release the
button.
• MEDIA mode
It functions as the FF/RW button.
If the SEEK/PRESET switch is pushed up
2C_AVNOverview
or down, it functions in the following
For more information, refer to the
modes:
separately supplied infotainment system
manual.
• RADIO mode
It functions as the PRESET STATION
UP/DOWN button.
Voice recognition
• MEDIA mode
It functions as the TRACK UP/ DOWN
button.
VOLUME (VOL + / VOL -) (2)
Roll the knob up or down to adjust the
volume.
MODE (3)
2C_SteeringWheelVoiceRecognitionButton
Press the MODE button to toggle through
See additional information in supplied
Radio mode.
Infotainment Manual.
MUTE ( ) (4)
Press the MUTE ( ) button to mute or
activate the sound.
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Convenience Features
Bluetooth® wireless
technology
2C_SteeringWheelCallButton
2C_Microphone
(1) Call/Answer/Call end button
(2) Microphone
For more information, refer to the
separately supplied infotainment system
manual.
CAUTION
To prevent driver distractions, minimize
your use of these features while driving.
Distraction may cause a collision,
resulting in serious injury or death.
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6. Driving Your Vehicle
Before Driving
6-3
Before entering the vehicle
6-4
Before starting
6-4
Engine Start/Stop Button
6-5
Vehicle Auto-Shut Off
6-9
Operating conditions
6-9
Deactivating conditions
6-9
System operation
6-9
Automatic Transmission
6-10
Automatic Transmission (Rotary gear shift dial type)
6-10
Parking
6-18
Good driving practices
6-18
Dual Clutch Transmission
6-19
Dual clutch Transmission (Rotary gear shift dial type)
6-21
Cluster display message
6-25
Paddle shifter (manual shift mode)
6-27
Good driving practices
6-28
6
Braking System
6-29
Power-assist brakes
6-29
Disc brakes wear indicator
6-29
Electronic Parking Brake (EPB)
6-30
Auto hold
6-33
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
6-36
Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
6-37
Vehicle Stability Management (VSM)
6-40
Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC)
6-41
Good braking practices
6-41
Launch Control
6-42
Launch Control operation and release
6-42
Launch Control Limitation
6-43
All Wheel Drive (AWD)
6-43
All wheel drive (AWD) operation
6-44
Emergency precautions
6-46
Drive Mode Integrated Control System
6-47
Drive mode
6-47
Active Sound Design
6-49
Special Driving Conditions
6-50
Hazardous driving conditions
6-50
Rocking the vehicle
6-50
Smooth cornering
6-51
Driving at night
6-51
Driving in the rain
6-51
Driving in flooded areas
6-52
Highway driving
6-52
Winter Driving
6-52
Snow or icy conditions
6-52
Winter precautions
6-55
Trailer Towing
6-56
Vehicle Load Limit
6-57
The loading information label
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6
Before Driving
WARNING
Carbon monoxide (CO) gas is toxic. Breathing CO may cause unconsciousness and
death.
Engine exhaust contains carbon monoxide that cannot be seen or smelled.
Do not inhale engine exhaust.
If at any time you smell engine exhaust inside the vehicle, open the windows
immediately. Exposure to CO may cause unconsciousness and death by asphyxiation.
Make sure the exhaust system does not leak.
Be sure to check the exhaust system whenever the vehicle is raised to change the oil or
for any other purposes. If you hear a change in the sound of the exhaust or drive over
something that strikes the underneath side of the vehicle, have the exhaust system
inspected as soon as possible by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Do not run the engine in an enclosed area.
Letting the engine idle in your garage, even with the garage door open, is a hazardous
practice. Run the engine only long enough to start the engine and to move the vehicle
out of the garage.
Avoid idling the engine for an extended period of time with people inside the vehicle.
If it is necessary to idle the engine for a long time with people inside the vehicle, be sure
to do so only in an open area with the air intake set at "Fresh" and fan control set to high
so fresh air is drawn into the interior.
Keep the air intakes clear.
To ensure proper operation of the ventilation system, keep the ventilation air intakes
located in front of the windshield clear of snow, ice, leaves, or other obstructions.
If you must drive with the trunk open:
Close all windows.
Open instrument panel air vents.
Set the air intake control at "Fresh", the air flow control at "Floor" or "Face", and the fan
control set to high.
WARNING
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
Engine exhaust and a wide variety of automobile components including components
found in the interior furnishings in a vehicle, contain or emit harmful chemicals known to
the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects and reproductive harm. In
addition, certain fluids contained in vehicles and certain products of components contain
or emit chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or
other reproductive harm.
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Driving Your Vehicle
Before entering the vehicle
movements anticipating the "worst
case" scenario.
• Make sure all windows, side view
mirror(s), and outside lights are clean
• Stay focused on driving. Driver
and unobstructed.
distraction may cause a collision.
• Remove frost, snow, or ice.
• Leave plenty of space between you and
the vehicle in front of you.
• Visually check the tires for uneven wear
and damage.
• Check under the vehicle for any sign of
leaks.
WARNING
• Make sure there are no obstacles
NEVER drink or take drugs while driving.
behind you if you intend to back up.
Drinking or taking drugs while driving is
dangerous and may result in a collision,
causing serious injury or death.
Before starting
Drunk driving is the number one
• Make sure the hood, the trunk, and the
contributor to the highway death toll each
doors are securely closed and locked.
year. Even a small amount of alcohol can
• Adjust the position of the seat and
affect your reflexes, perceptions and
steering wheel.
judgment. Just one drink may reduce
• Adjust the inside and side view mirrors.
your ability to respond to changing
conditions and emergencies and your
• Verify all the lights work.
reaction time gets worse with each
• Fasten your seat belt. Check that all
additional drink.
passengers have fastened their seat
Driving while under the influence of drugs
belts.
is as dangerous or more dangerous than
• Check the gauges and indicators in the
driving under the influence of alcohol.
instrument panel and the messages on
You are much more likely to have a
the cluster display when the Engine
serious accident if you are drinking or
Start/Stop button is in the ON position.
taking drugs, never drive. Do not ride with
• Check that any items you are carrying
a driver who has been drinking or taking
are stored properly or fastened down
drugs. Choose a designated driver or call
securely.
a taxi.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of SERIOUS INJURY or
DEATH, take the following precautions:
• ALWAYS wear your seat belt. All
passengers must be properly belted
whenever the vehicle is moving. For
more information, refer to the "Seat
Belts" section in chapter 3.
• Always drive defensively. Do not
assume that the other drivers are
seeing your vehicle. They may not act
as you expect. Be prepared to react to
avoid a possible collision. Plan your
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Engine Start/Stop Button
WARNING
Never press the Engine Start/Stop
button while the vehicle is in motion
except in an emergency. This may
result in the vehicle turning off and loss
of power assist for the steering and
brake systems. This may cause loss of
directional control and braking
function, which could cause a collision.
Before leaving the driver's seat, always
make sure the gear is in the P (Park)
2C_StartButton
position, apply the parking brake, press
Whenever the front door is opened, the
the Engine Start/Stop button to the OFF
Engine Start/Stop button illuminates and
position, and take the smart key with
goes off for a few seconds after the door
you. Unexpected vehicle movement
is closed.
may occur if these precautions are not
followed.
WARNING
Never reach through the steering wheel
for the Engine Start/Stop button or any
• To reduce risk of serious injury or death,
other control while the vehicle is
NEVER allow children or any person
moving. The presence of your hand or
who is unfamiliar with the vehicle to
arm in this area may cause a loss of
touch the Push Button Start ignition
vehicle control resulting in a collision.
switch button or related parts.
Unexpected and sudden vehicle
movement can occur.
• To turn off the engine in an emergency:
- Press and hold the Engine Start/Stop
button for more than 2 seconds. Or
rapidly press and release the Engine
Start/Stop button 3 times (within 3
seconds).
- If the vehicle is still moving, you can
restart the vehicle without
depressing the brake pedal by
pressing the Engine Start/Stop
button with the gear in the N
(Neutral) position.
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Driving Your Vehicle
Engine Start/Stop button positions
Button Position
Action
Notes
To turn off the engine, press the
Always stop the vehicle before
Engine Start/Stop button with
pressing the Engine Start/Stop
gear in P (Park).
button to the OFF position.
For rotary type shift gear vehicles,
If the steering wheel is not locked
if the Engine Start/Stop button is
properly when you open the
pressed with the vehicle shifted to
driver's door, the warning chime
D (Drive), R (Reverse), or N
sounds.
(Neutral), the gear automatically
shifts to P (Park).
OFF
For lever type shift gear vehicles, if
the Engine Start/Stop button is
pressed with the gear shifted to D
(Drive), R (Reverse), or N (Neutral),
the Engine Start/Stop button
changes to the ACC position.
The steering wheel locks to
protect the vehicle from theft. (if
equipped)
Press the Engine Start/Stop
If you leave the Engine Start/Stop
button when the button is in the
button in the ACC position for more
OFF position without depressing
than one hour, the battery power
the brake pedal.
turns off automatically to prevent
Some electrical accessories are
the battery from discharging.
usable.
If the steering wheel doesn't unlock
ACC
The steering wheel unlocks.
properly, the Push Button Start
ignition switch may not work. Press
the Push Button Start ignition
switch while turning the steering
wheel right and left to release
tension.
Press the Engine Start/Stop
Do not leave the Engine Start/Stop
button while it is in the ACC
button in the ON position when the
position without depressing the
engine is not running to prevent
ON
brake pedal.
the battery from discharging.
The warning lights can be checked
before the engine is started.
To start the engine, depress the
If you press the Engine Start/Stop
brake pedal and press the Engine
button without depressing the
Start/Stop button with the gear in
brake pedal, the engine does not
the P (Park) or in the N (Neutral)
start and the Engine Start/Stop
START
position.
button changes as follows:
For your safety, start the engine
OFF > ACC > ON > OFF or ACC
with the gear in the P (Park)
position.
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Starting the engine
1. Always carry the smart key with you.
2. Make sure the parking brake is applied.
WARNING
3. Make sure the gear is in P (Park).
Always wear appropriate shoes when
4. Depress the brake pedal.
operating your vehicle. Unsuitable
shoes such as high heels, ski boots,
5. Press the Engine Start/Stop button.
sandals, and flip-flops may interfere
NOTICE
with your ability to use the brake,
accelerator, and clutch pedals. Do not
• Do not wait for the engine to warm up
drive barefoot.
or race the engine while the vehicle
Do not start your vehicle with the
remains stationary.
accelerator pedal depressed. Place
• Start driving at moderate engine
your foot firmly on the brake pedal
speeds. Do not rapidly accelerate and
while starting your vehicle.
decelerate while driving.
Wait until the engine is at normal idle
• Always start the vehicle with your foot
before shifting gears and releasing the
on the brake pedal. Do not depress the
brake. Your vehicle may move suddenly
accelerator while starting the vehicle.
if your vehicle is shifted while the
Do not race the engine while warming it
engine RPM is high. It may cause
up.
damage to the transmission system.
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Information
To prevent damage to the vehicle:
The vehicle starts by pressing the
• Do not press the Engine Start/Stop
Engine Start/Stop button, only when
button for more than 10 seconds except
the smart key is in the vehicle.
when the brake switch fuse is blown.
The vehicle may not start even if the
When the brake switch fuse is blown, a
smart key is in the vehicle but it is not
warning message appears on the
near you (e.g. in the luggage
instrument cluster. In this case, start
compartment).
the engine by pressing and holding the
When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
Engine Start/Stop button for 10
the ACC or ON position, if any door is
seconds with the Engine Start/Stop
open, the system checks for the smart
button in the ACC position.
key. When the smart key is not in the
Replace the fuse as soon as possible.
vehicle, the
indicator blinks and the
For more information, refer to the
warning "Key not in vehicle" appears.
"Fuses" section in chapter 9.
When all doors are closed, the chime
sounds for a few seconds. Keep the
• For your safety always depress the
smart key in the vehicle.
brake pedal before starting the vehicle.
• If the engine stalls while the vehicle is
moving, shift to N (Neutral) and use the
Engine Start/Stop button to attempt to
restart the engine.
• Do not push or tow your vehicle to start
the engine.
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Driving Your Vehicle
Remotely starting the engine
Information
2C_SmartKeyRemoteStartButton
2C_StartVehicleWithPushingSmartKey
You can start the vehicle using the
If the smart key battery is weak or the
Remote Start button (
) on the smart key.
smart key does not work correctly, press
To start the vehicle remotely:
the Engine Start/Stop button with the
1. Press the door lock button within 32 ft.
smart key.
(10 m) from the vehicle.
2. Press and hold the remote start button
Turning off the engine
(
) for over 2 seconds within 4 seconds.
1. Stop the vehicle and depress the brake
To turn off the engine:
pedal fully.
Press the remote start button (
) once.
2. Make sure the gear is in P (Park).
3. Apply the parking brake.
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4. Press the Engine Start/Stop button to
• The remote start (
) button may not
the OFF position.
operate if the smart key is not within 32
ft. (10 m).
5. Take the key with you when you leave
the vehicle.
• The vehicle does not remotely start if
the hood or trunk is open.
• The vehicle must be in P (Park).
• The engine turns off if you get in the
vehicle without a registered smart key
or you do not get in the vehicle within
10 minutes.
• Do not idle the engine for a long period.
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6
Vehicle Auto-Shut Off
System operation
if equipped
If your vehicle is parked and the engine is
left on for a long period of time, the
engine will turn off automatically to help
reduce fuel consumption and prevent
accidents caused by carbon dioxide
poisoning.
Operating conditions
2C_AutoShutOffInfo
Vehicle Auto-Shut Off timer operates
When all the conditions are satisfied, the
when all the following conditions are
Vehicle Auto-Shut Off operates and turns
satisfied:
the engine off automatically after 60
• Vehicle speed is below 1.8 mph (3
minutes.
km/h), and the gear is shifted to P (Park)
A timer appears on the instrument cluster
• The brake pedal and accelerator pedal
30 minutes before vehicle shut off.
are not depressed
• The driver's seat belt is unfastened
Resetting cluster timer
• The passenger seat is empty
To reset the cluster timer, do one of
• The infotainment system is being
following:
updated
• Release the accelerator pedal or brake
pedal after Vehicle Auto-Shut Off is
Deactivating conditions
complete.
Vehicle Auto-Shut Off timer turns off
• Press the OK button on the steering
when one of the situation occurs:
wheel while the timer appears on the
instrument cluster.
• Vehicle speed is above 1.8 mph (3
km/h)
CAUTION
• The gear is shifted to R (Reverse), D
Do not leave a passenger or a pet in the
(Drive) or N (Neutral)
vehicle in hot weather since the air
• The brake pedal or accelerator pedal is
conditioning system turns off when the
depressed
engine is off.
• The driver's seat belt is fastened
• A passenger is in the passenger's seat
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Driving Your Vehicle
Automatic Transmission
Automatic Transmission
(Rotary gear shift dial type)
The automatic transmission has eight
forward speeds and one reverse speed.
The individual speeds are selected
automatically in the D (Drive) position.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of serious injury or
death:
• ALWAYS check the surrounding areas
near your vehicle for people, especially
children, before shifting a vehicle into D
2C_ShiftButtonOverview
(Drive) or R (Reverse).
[A] Rotary gear shift dial
[B] P button
• Before leaving the driver's seat, always
Depress the brake pedal whenever
make sure the vehicle is shifted to the P
rotating the gear shift dial or shifting to P.
(Park) position, then apply the parking
brake, then press the Engine Start/Stop
The indicator in the instrument cluster
button to the OFF position. Unexpected
displays the shift position when the
and sudden vehicle movement can
Engine Start/Stop button is in the ON
occur if these precautions are not
position.
followed.
WARNING
• Do not use engine braking (shifting
from a high gear to lower gear) rapidly
The automatic transmission shift dial or
on slippery roads. The vehicle may slip
interior parts might get hot when a
causing an accident.
vehicle is parked outside during hot
weather. Always be careful when the
vehicle is hot.
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Automatic Transmission (Rotary
WARNING
gear shift dial type) operation
The indicator in the cluster displays the
• Shifting into P (Park) while the vehicle is
rotary gear shift dial position when the
in motion may cause you to lose control
Engine Start/Stop button is in the ON
of the vehicle.
position.
• After the vehicle has stopped, always
make sure the vehicle is in P (Park),
P (Park)
apply the parking brake, and turn the
engine off.
• When parking on an incline, shift the
gear to P (Park) and apply the parking
brake to prevent the vehicle from
rolling downhill.
Automatic gear shift to P (Park)
The gear is shifted to P (Park)
automatically for safety reasons under
2C_ClusterShiftPositionLamp
the following conditions:
• When the engine is turned off with the
gear in R (Reverse), D (Drive) or N
(Neutral).
• When the driver's door is open with the
engine running, the gear in R (Reverse),
D (Drive) or N (Neutral) and the vehicle
at a standstill.
• When the driver's door is open with the
gear in N (Neutral) and the vehicle is
off.
2C_PressPButton
Always come to a complete stop before
In situations where the gear must be in P
shifting into P (Park).
(Park), always check if the gear is shifted
to P (Park) by checking the cluster.
To shift the gear to P (Park), press the P
button while depressing the brake pedal.
If you turn the engine off in R (Reverse), N
(Neutral) or D (Drive), the gear
automatically shifts to P (Park).
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R (Reverse)
N (Neutral)
2C_ShiftButtonRPosition
2C_ShiftButtonNPosition
Use this position to drive the vehicle
The wheels and transmission are not
backward.
engaged.
To shift the gear R (Reverse), rotate the
To shift the gear to N (Neutral), rotate the
rotary gear shift dial to R (Reverse) while
rotary gear shift dial to N (Neutral) from R
depressing the brake pedal.
(Reverse) or D (Drive) while depressing
the brake pedal.
When the vehicle is stopped in the R
(Reverse) position, if you open the driver's
Always depress the brake pedal when you
door, the gear automatically shifts to P
are shifting from N (Neutral) to another
(Park).
gear.
However, if the vehicle is in motion, the
If you turn the engine off in N (Neutral),
gear may not automatically shift to P
the gear automatically shifts to P (Park).
(Park) to prevent automatic transmission
However, if you need to stay in N
damage.
(Neutral) with the engine off, refer to the
"To stay in N (Neutral) when vehicle is
NOTICE
OFF" section in this chapter.
Always come to a complete stop before
shifting into or out of R (Reverse). You
WARNING
may damage the transmission if you shift
The engine can be started with the gear in
into R (Reverse) while the vehicle is in
N (Neutral), but for you safety, be sure to
motion.
start the engine with the gear in P (Park).
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To stay in N (Neutral) when vehicle is
D (Drive)
OFF
2C_ShiftButtonDPosition
2C_SteeringWheelOkButton
This is the normal forward driving
If you want to stay in N (Neutral) after the
position. The transmission automatically
engine is OFF (in the ACC state), do the
shift through an 8-gear sequence,
following.
providing the better fuel economy and
power.
1. Turn off Auto Hold and apply the
parking brake when the engine is
For extra power when passing another
running.
vehicle or driving uphill, depress the
accelerator further until you feel the
2. Rotate the shift dial to N (Neutral) while
transmission downshift to a lower gear.
depressing the brake pedal.
To shift the gear D (Drive), rotate the
3. When you take your foot off the brake
rotary gear shift dial to D (Drive) while
pedal, the message "Press and hold the
depressing the brake pedal.
OK button on the steering wheel to
stay in Neutral" appears on the cluster
When the vehicle is stopped in the D
display.
(Drive) position, if you open the driver's
door with the seat belt unfastened, the
4. Press and hold the OK button [A] on the
gear automatically shifts to P (Park).
steering wheel for more than 1 second.
However, if the vehicle is in motion, the
5. When the message "Vehicle will stay in
gear may not automatically shift to P
(N). Change gear to cancel." appears
(Park) to prevent automatic transmission
on the cluster display, turn the vehicle
damage.
off while depressing the brake pedal.
If you want to turn off the engine, press
NOTICE
the P button while the Engine
Start/Stop button is in the ON position.
Always come to a complete stop before
shifting into D (Drive).
NOTICE
With the gear in N (Neutral), the Engine
Start/Stop button is in the ACC position.
CAUTION
In the ACC position, the doors cannot be
When you start after stopping on a steep
locked. The battery may discharge if left
incline, even if the gear is in D (Drive), if
in the ACC position for a long time.
you do not depress the accelerator or
brake pedal, the vehicle may roll
backwards, which can cause an accident.
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Shift-lock system
Cluster display message
For your safety, the automatic
Press brake pedal to change gear
transmission has a shift-lock system
which prevents shifting the transmission
from P (Park) into R (Reverse) or D (Drive)
unless the brake pedal is depressed.
To shift the transmission from P (Park)
into R (Reverse) or D (Drive):
1. Depress and hold the brake pedal.
2. Start the engine or press the Engine
Start/Stop button to the ON position.
3. Shift the gear while depressing the
brake pedal.
2C_PressureBreakPadalToChangeGearInfo
This message appears when the brake
When the battery is discharged
pedal is not depressed while shifting the
You cannot shift gears, when the battery
gear.
is discharged.
Depress the brake pedal and then shift
In emergencies, do the following to shift
the gear.
the gear to N (Neutral) on a level ground.
Shift to P after stopping
1. Connect the battery cables from
another vehicle or from a another
battery to the jump-starting terminals
inside the engine compartment.
For more information, refer to the
"Jump Starting" section in chapter 8.
2. Apply the Electronic Parking Brake
(EPB) with the Engine Start/Stop button
in the ON position.
3. Shift the gear to the N (Neutral)
position. Refer to the "To stay in N
2C_ShiftToPAfterStoppingInfo
(Neutral) when vehicle is OFF" in this
This message appears when the gear is
chapter.
shifted to P (Park) while the vehicle is
moving.
Information
Stop the vehicle before shifting to P
In situations when the gear needs to be
(Park).
shifted from P (Park) to N (Neutral) when
the vehicle off, refer to the "To stay in N
(Neutral) when vehicle is OFF" in this
chapter.
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Check P button
Check shifter dial
2C_CheckShiftPButtonInfo
2C_CheckShiftButtonInfo
This message appears when there is a
This message appears when there is a
problem with the P button.
malfunction with the rotary gear shift dial.
Have your vehicle inspected by an
Have your vehicle inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Shifter system malfunction
Vehicle will stay in (N). Change gear to
cancel
2C_ShiftSystemMalfuncitonoInfo
This message appears when the
2C_StayNAfterVehicleOffInfo
transmission or the shift dial does not
This message appears when pushing the
properly operate in the P (Park) position.
"OK" button on the steering wheel after
the message "Press and hold the OK
Have your vehicle inspected by an
button on the steering wheel to stay in
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Neutral" appears on the cluster display.
The gear stays in N (Neutral) position after
turning off the engine.
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PARK malfunction. Engage parking brake
Transmission Hot! Park with engine on
when parking vehicle.
2C_ShiftOverheatStopVehicleInfo
2C_UnableToChangePInfo
Repeated sudden acceleration and quick
This message appears when there is a
start may overheat the transmission. If
problem with the P button.
the transmission is overheated, the
self-protection mode alarms the driver
Have your vehicle inspected by an
with an audible sound warning message.
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Move the vehicle to a safe location and
Rotary shifter stuck
shift the gear to P (Park), and stop the
vehicle with the engine on. Wait until the
transmission is sufficiently cooled down.
Vehicle Power limited due to high
transmission temperature
2C_RotaryShifterStuckInfo
This message appears when the rotary
gear shift dial does not return back to it's
normal position after rotating it.
Have your vehicle inspected by an
2C_ShiftOverheatPowerLimittedInfo
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
If you continue to drive with overheated
transmission, the above warning
message appears and self-protection
mode restricts the power output of the
vehicle.
• Move the vehicle to a safe location and
shift the gear to P (Park), and stop the
vehicle with the engine on. Wait until
the transmission is sufficiently cooled
down.
• If the above message is continuously
displayed, contact an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
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Avoid shifting for a few seconds
Paddle shifter (manual shift mode)
2C_ShiftOverheatWaitShiftInfo
2C_PaddleShift
Repeated sudden acceleration and quick
The paddle shifter is available when the
start may temporarily overheat the
gear is in the D (Drive) position.
transmission. Wait until the system to
Pull the + or - paddle shifter once to shift
cool before operating the rotary gear shift
up or down one gear and the system
dial.
changes from automatic shift mode to
manual shift mode.
Trans cooled. Resume driving
To change back to automatic shift mode
from manual shift mode, do one of the
followings:
• Pull and hold the + paddle shifter.
• Shift the gear to D (Drive).
The manual shift mode also changes back
to automatic shift mode in one of
following situations:
• When the accelerator pedal is gently
depressed for more than 6 seconds
2C_ShiftOverheatCanDriveInfo
while driving.
This message appears when the vehicle is
• When the vehicle speed decreases
safe to drive.
below 4 mph (7 km/h).
For more information on SPORT mode
paddle shifter operation, refer to the
"SPORT/SPORT+ (if equipped) mode"
section in this chapter.
Information
If the + and - paddle shifters are pulled at
the same time, gear shift may not occur.
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Driving Your Vehicle
Parking
Good driving practices
Always come to a complete stop and
Never shift the gear from P (Park) or N
continue to depress the brake pedal. Shift
(Neutral) to any other position with the
the gear into the P (Park) position, apply
accelerator pedal depressed.
the parking brake, and press the Engine
Never shift the gear into P (Park) when
Start/Stop button to the OFF position.
the vehicle is in motion.
Take the key with you when exiting the
Be sure the vehicle is completely
vehicle.
stopped before you attempt to shift
into R (Reverse) or D (Drive).
WARNING
Do not shift the gear to N (Neutral)
When you stay in the vehicle with the
when driving. If the gear is shifted to N
engine running, be careful not to depress
(Neutral) while driving, the vehicle
the accelerator pedal for a long period of
loses the ability to provide engine
time. The engine or exhaust system may
braking. Doing so may increase the risk
overheat and start a fire.
of an accident.
The exhaust gas and the exhaust system
Also, shifting the gear back to D (Drive)
are very hot. Keep away from the exhaust
while the vehicle is moving may
system components.
severely damage the transmission.
Do not stop or park over flammable
When driving uphill or downhill, always
materials, such as dry grass, paper or
shift to D (Drive) for driving forward or
leaves. They may ignite and cause a fire.
shift to R (Reverse) for driving
rearwards. After selecting D (Drive) or R
(Reverse), check the gear position
indicated on the cluster before driving.
If the vehicle moves in the opposite
direction of the selected gear, the
engine may turn off and a serious
accident might occur due to degraded
brake performance.
Do not drive with your foot resting on
the brake pedal. Even light, but
consistent pedal pressure can result in
the brakes overheating, brake wear and
possibly even brake failure.
When driving in sport mode, slow down
before shifting to a lower gear.
Otherwise, the lower gear may not be
engaged if the engine RPMs are outside
of the allowable range.
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Always apply the parking brake when
Dual Clutch Transmission
leaving the vehicle. Do not depend on
if equipped
placing the transmission in P (Park) to
keep the vehicle from moving.
The dual clutch transmission has eight
Exercise extreme caution when driving
forward speeds and one reverse speed.
on a slippery surface. Be especially
The individual speeds are selected
careful when braking, accelerating or
automatically when the gear is in the D
shifting gears. On a slippery surface, an
(Drive) position.
abrupt change in vehicle speed can
The dual clutch transmission can be
cause the drive wheels to lose traction
thought of as an automatically shifting
and may cause loss of vehicle control
manual transmission. It gives the
resulting in an accident.
driving feel of a manual transmission,
Optimum vehicle performance and
yet provides the ease of a fully
economy is obtained by smoothly
automatic transmission.
depressing and releasing the
When D (Drive) is selected, the
accelerator.
transmission automatically shifts
through the gears similar to a
conventional automatic transmission.
Unlike a traditional automatic
transmission, the gear shifting can
sometimes be felt and heard as the
actuators engage the clutches and the
gears are selected.
The dual clutch transmission
incorporates a wet-type dual clutch
mechanism, which allows for better
acceleration performance and
increased fuel efficiency while driving.
But it differs from a conventional
automatic transmission because it does
not incorporate a torque converter.
Instead, the transition from one gear to
the next is managed by clutch slip,
especially at lower speeds.
As a result, shifts are sometimes more
noticeable, and a light vibration can be
felt as the transmission shaft speed is
matched with the engine shaft speed.
This is a normal condition of the dual
clutch transmission.
The wet-type clutch transfers torque
more directly and provides a direct
drive feeling which may feel different
from a conventional automatic
transmission. This may be more
noticeable when launching the vehicle
from a stop or when traveling at low,
stop-and-go vehicle speeds.
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When rapidly accelerating from a lower
WARNING
vehicle speed, the engine RPM may
increase dramatically as a result of
To reduce the risk of serious injury or
clutch slip as the dual clutch
death:
transmission selects the correct gear.
Always check the surrounding areas
This is a normal condition.
near your vehicle for people, especially
When accelerating from a stop on an
children, before shifting a vehicle into D
incline, press the accelerator smoothly
(Drive) or R (Reverse).
and gradually to avoid any shudder
Before leaving the driver's seat, always
feeling or jerkiness.
make sure the shift button is in the P
When traveling at a lower vehicle
(Park) position, then set the parking
speed, if you release the accelerator
brake, and place the ignition switch in
pedal quickly, you may feel engine
the OFF position. Unexpected and
braking before the transmission
sudden vehicle movement can occur if
changes gears. This engine braking
these precautions are not followed.
feeling is similar to operating a manual
Do not use aggressive engine braking
transmission at low speed.
(shifting from a higher gear to a lower
When driving downhill, you may wish to
gear) on slippery roads. The vehicle
move the gear to Manual shift mode
may lose traction with the roadway,
and downshift to a lower gear in order
resulting in a collision.
to control your speed without using the
brake pedal excessively.
When you turn the engine on and off,
you may hear clicking sounds as the
system goes through a self-test. This is
a normal sound for the dual clutch
transmission.
During the first 1,000 mi. (1,500 km),
you may feel that the vehicle may not
be smooth when accelerating at low
speed. During this break-in period, the
shift quality and performance of your
new vehicle is continuously optimized.
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Dual clutch Transmission
WARNING
(Rotary gear shift dial type)
• Shifting into P (Park) while the vehicle is
in motion may cause you to lose control
of the vehicle.
• After the vehicle has stopped, always
make sure the vehicle is in P (Park),
apply the parking brake, and turn the
engine off.
• When parking on an incline, shift the
gear to P (Park) and apply the parking
brake to prevent the vehicle from
2C_ShiftButtonOverview
rolling downhill.
[A] Rotary gear shift dial
[B] P button
Depress the brake pedal whenever
Automatic gear shift to P (Park)
rotating the gear shift dial or shifting to P
The gear is shifted to P (Park)
(Park).
automatically for safety reasons under
the following conditions:
Dual clutch Transmission (Rotary
• When the engine is turned off with the
gear shift dial type) operation
gear in R (Reverse), D (Drive) or N
The indicator in the cluster displays the
(Neutral).
rotary gear shift dial position when the
• When the driver's door is open with the
Engine Start/Stop button is in the ON
engine running, the gear in R (Reverse),
position.
D (Drive) or N (Neutral) and the vehicle
at a standstill.
P (Park)
• When the driver's door is open with the
Always come to a complete stop before
gear in N (Neutral) and the vehicle is
shifting into P (Park).
off.
In situations in which the gear must be in
P (Park), always check if the gear is shifted
to P (Park) by checking the cluster.
2C_PressPButton
To shift the gear to P (Park), press the P
button while depressing the brake pedal.
If you turn the engine off in R (Reverse), N
(Neutral) or D (Drive), the gear
automatically shifts to P (Park).
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R (Reverse)
N (Neutral)
Use this position to drive the vehicle
The wheels and transmission are not
rearward.
engaged.
2C_ShiftButtonRPosition
2C_ShiftButtonNPosition
To shift the gear R (Reverse), rotate the
To shift the gear to N (Neutral), rotate the
rotary gear shift dial to R (Reverse) while
rotary gear shift dial to N (Neutral) from R
depressing the brake pedal.
(Reverse) or D (Drive) while depressing
the brake pedal.
When the vehicle is stopped in the R
(Reverse) position, if you open the driver's
Always depress the brake pedal when you
door with the seat belt unfastened, the
are shifting from N (Neutral) to another
gear automatically shifts to P (Park).
gear.
However, if the vehicle is in motion, the
If you turn the engine off in N (Neutral),
gear may not automatically shift to P
the gear automatically shifts to P (Park).
(Park) to prevent dual clutch transmission
However, if you need to stay in N
damage.
(Neutral) with the engine off, refer to
"Dual clutch Transmission (Rotary gear
NOTICE
shift dial type)" in this section.
Always come to a complete stop before
shifting into or out of R (Reverse) to
CAUTION
prevent damaging the transmission.
The engine can be started with the gear in
N (Neutral), but for your safety, be sure to
start the engine with the gear in P (Park).
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To stay in N (Neutral) when vehicle is
NOTICE
OFF
With the gear in N (Neutral) the Engine
Start/Stop button is in the ACC position.
In the ACC position, the doors cannot be
locked. The battery may discharge if left
in the ACC position for a long time.
D (Drive)
This is the normal driving position.
The transmission automatically shifts
2C_SteeringWheelOkButton
through an 8 gear sequence, providing
If you want to stay in N (Neutral) after the
the best fuel economy and power.
engine is OFF (in the ACC state), do the
For extra power when passing another
following.
vehicle or driving uphill, depress the
1. Turn off Auto Hold and apply the
accelerator pedal further until you feel
parking brake when the engine is
the transmission downshift to a lower
running.
gear.
2. Rotate the shift dial to N (Neutral) while
depressing the brake pedal.
3. When you take your foot off the brake
pedal, the message "Press and hold the
OK button on the steering wheel to
stay in Neutral" appears on the cluster
display.
4. Press and hold the OK button [A] on the
steering wheel for more than 1 second.
5. When the message "Vehicle will stay in
2C_ShiftButtonDPosition
(N). Change gear to cancel." appears
To shift the gear D (Drive), rotate the
on the cluster display, turn the vehicle
rotary gear shift dial to D (Drive) while
off while depressing the brake pedal.
depressing the brake pedal.
If you wish to cancel, change gear to P
When the vehicle is stopped in the D
(Park), D (Drive) or R (Reverse).
(Drive) position, if you open the driver's
Otherwise, N (Neutral) will stay
door with the seat belt unfastened, the
engaged when the vehicle is Off.
gear automatically shifts to P (Park).
Also, if you open the driver's door, the
However, if the vehicle is in motion, the
gear automatically shifts to P (Park) and
gear may not automatically shift to P
the Engine Start/Stop button changes
(Park) to prevent dual clutch transmission
to the OFF position.
damage.
NOTICE
Always come to a complete stop before
shifting into D (Drive).
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CAUTION
Information
When you start after stopping on a steep
In situations when the gear needs to be
incline, even if the gear is in D (Drive), if
shifted from P (Park) to N (Neutral) when
you do not depress the accelerator or
the vehicle off, refer to the "To stay in N
brake pedal, the vehicle may roll
(Neutral) when vehicle is OFF" in this
backwards, which can cause an accident.
chapter.
Shift-lock system
Parking
For your safety, the dual clutch
Always come to a complete stop and
transmission has a shift-lock system
continue to depress the brake pedal.
which prevents shifting the transmission
Shift the gear to P (Park), apply the
from P (Park) into R (Reverse) or D (Drive)
parking brake, and press the Engine
unless the brake pedal is depressed.
Start/Stop button to turn the vehicle off.
To shift from P (Park) or N (Neutral) into R
Take the smart key with you when leaving
(Reverse) or D (Drive):
the vehicle.
1. Depress and hold the brake pedal.
WARNING
2. Start the engine.
3. Shift the gear while depressing the
• When you stay in the vehicle with the
brake pedal.
engine running, be careful not to
depress the accelerator pedal for a long
period of time. The engine or exhaust
When the battery is discharged
system may overheat and start a fire.
You cannot shift gears, when the battery
• The exhaust gas and the exhaust
is discharged.
system are very hot. Keep away from
In emergencies, do the following to shift
the exhaust system components.
the gear to N (Neutral) on a level ground.
• Do not stop or park over flammable
1. Connect the battery cables from
materials, such as dry grass, paper or
another vehicle or from a another
leaves. They may ignite and cause a
battery to the jump-starting terminals
fire.
inside the engine compartment.
For more information, refer to the
"Jump Starting" section in chapter 8.
2. Apply the parking brake with the Engine
Start/Stop button in the ON position.
3. Shift the gear to the N (Neutral)
position. Refer to the "Dual clutch
Transmission (Rotary gear shift dial
type)" in this chapter.
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Cluster display message
Shifter system malfunction
Press brake pedal to change gear
2C_ShiftSystemMalfuncitonoInfo
This message appears when the
transmission or the shift dial does not
2C_PressureBreakPadalToChangeGearInfo
properly operate in the P (Park) position.
This message appears when the brake
Have your vehicle inspected by an
pedal is not depressed while shifting the
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
gear.
Depress the brake pedal and then shift
the gear.
Check shifter dial
Shift to P after stopping
2C_CheckShiftButtonInfo
This message appears when there is a
malfunction with the rotary gear shift dial.
2C_ShiftToPAfterStoppingInfo
Have your vehicle inspected by an
This message appears when the gear is
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
shifted to P (Park) while the vehicle is
moving.
Stop the vehicle before shifting to P
(Park).
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Check P button
Transmission overheated warning
Transmission Hot! Park with engine on
2C_CheckShiftPButtonInfo
This message appears when there is a
problem with the P button.
2C_ShiftOverheatStopVehicleInfo
Repeated sudden acceleration and quick
Have your vehicle inspected by an
start may overheat the transmission. If
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
the transmission is overheated, the self
protection mode alarms the driver with an
Rotary shifter stuck
audible sound warning message.
Move the vehicle to a safe location and
shift the gear to P (Park), and stop the
vehicle with the engine on. Wait until the
transmission is sufficiently cooled down.
2C_RotaryShifterStuckInfo
This message appears when the rotary
gear shift dial does not return back to its
normal position after rotating it.
Have your vehicle inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Vehicle Power limited due to high
Paddle shifter (manual shift
transmission temperature
mode)
2C_ShiftOverheatPowerLimittedInfo
2C_PaddleShift
If you continue to drive with overheated
The paddle shifter is available when the
transmission, the above warning
gear is in the D (Drive) position.
message appears and self-protection
Pull the [+] or [-] paddle shifter once to
mode restricts the power output of the
shift up or down one gear and the system
vehicle.
changes from automatic shift mode to
• Move the vehicle to a safe location and
manual shift mode.
shift the gear to P (Park), and stop the
To change back to automatic shift mode
vehicle with the engine on. Wait until
from manual shift mode, do one of the
the transmission is sufficiently cooled
followings:
down.
• Pull and hold the [+] paddle shifter.
• If the above message is continuously
displayed, contact an authorized
• Shift the gear to D (Drive).
HYUNDAI dealer.
The manual shift mode also changes back
to automatic shift mode in one of
Trans cooled. Resume driving
following situations:
• When the accelerator pedal is gently
depressed for more than 6 seconds
while driving.
• When the vehicle speed decreases
below 4 mph (7 km/h).
For more information on SPORT mode
paddle shifter operation, refer to the
"SPORT/SPORT+ (if equipped) mode"
section in this chapter.
2C_ShiftOverheatCanDriveInfo
Information
This message appears when the vehicle is
safe to drive.
If the [+] and [-] paddle shifters are pulled
at the same time, gear shift may not
occur.
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shifting gears. On a slippery surface, an
Good driving practices
abrupt change in vehicle speed can
Never shift the gear from P (Park) or N
cause the drive wheels to lose traction
(Neutral) to any other position with the
and may cause loss of vehicle control
accelerator pedal depressed.
resulting in an accident.
Never shift the gear into P (Park) when
• Optimum vehicle performance and
the vehicle is in motion.
economy is obtained by smoothly
Make sure the vehicle is completely
depressing and releasing the
stopped before you attempt to shift
accelerator.
into R (Reverse) or D (Drive).
Do not shift the gear to N (Neutral)
WARNING
when driving. Doing so may result in an
To reduce the risk of serious injury or
accident because of a loss of engine
death:
braking and the transmission could be
ALWAYS wear your seatbelt. In a
damaged.
collision, an unbelted occupant is
Driving uphill or downhill, always shift
significantly more likely to be seriously
to D (Drive) when driving forward or to
injured or killed than a properly belted
R (Reverse) when driving backwards,
occupant.
and check the gear position indicated
Avoid high speeds when cornering or
on the cluster before driving. If you
turning.
drive in the opposite direction of the
selected gear, the engine turns off and
Do not make quick steering wheel
a serious accident might be occurred
movements, such as sharp lane
due to the degraded brake
changes or fast, sharp turns.
performance.
The risk of rollover is greatly increased
Do not drive with your foot resting on
if you lose control of your vehicle at
the brake pedal. Even light, but
highway speeds.
consistent pedal pressure can result in
Loss of control often occurs if two or
the brakes overheating, brake wear and
more wheels drop off the roadway and
possibly even brake failure.
the driver over steers to reenter the
Depressing both accelerator and brake
roadway.
pedals at the same time can trigger
In the event your vehicle leaves the
logic for engine power reduction to
roadway, do not steer sharply. Instead,
assure vehicle deceleration. Vehicle
slow down before pulling back into the
acceleration resumes after the brake
travel lanes.
pedal is released.
When driving in Manual shift mode,
slow down before shifting to a lower
gear. Otherwise, the lower gear may
not be engaged if the engine RPMs are
outside of the allowable range.
Always apply the parking brake when
leaving the vehicle. Do not depend on
placing the transmission in P (Park) to
keep the vehicle from moving.
Exercise extreme caution when driving
on a slippery surface. Be especially
careful when braking, accelerating or
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control your speed without using the
Braking System
brake pedal excessively. Applying the
brakes continuously will cause the
brakes to overheat and may result in a
Power-assist brakes
temporary loss of braking performance.
Your vehicle has power-assisted brakes
• Wet brakes may impair the vehicle's
that adjust automatically through normal
ability to safely slow down and the
usage.
vehicle may also pull to one side when
If the engine is not running or is turned off
the brakes are applied. Applying the
while driving, the power assist for the
brakes lightly indicates whether they
brakes does not work. You can still stop
have been affected in this way. Always
your vehicle by applying greater force to
test your brakes in this fashion after
the brake pedal than typical. The stopping
driving through deep water. To dry the
distance, however, may be longer than
brakes, lightly tap the brake pedal to
with power brakes.
heat up the brakes while maintaining a
When the engine is not running, the
safe forward speed until brake
reserve brake power is partially depleted
performance returns to normal. Avoid
each time the brake pedal is applied. Do
driving at high speeds until the brakes
not pump the brake pedal when the
function correctly.
power assist has been interrupted.
Information
Disc brakes wear indicator
• When the brake pedal is depressed
When your brake pads are worn and new
under certain driving conditions or
pads are required, you may hear a high
weather conditions, you may
pitched warning sound from your front or
temporarily hear a noise. This is normal
rear brakes. You may hear this sound
and does not indicate a problem with
come and go or it may occur whenever
your brakes.
you depress the brake pedal.
• While driving on a road with deicing
NOTICE
chemicals, brake noise or abnormal tire
wear may occur due to deicing
To avoid costly brake repairs, do not
chemicals. In a safe traffic condition,
continue to drive with worn brake pads.
additionally apply the brakes to remove
deicing chemicals on the brake discs
and pads.
Information
Always replace both the left and right
brake pads on the front and rear axles at
WARNING
the same time.
Take the following precautions:
• Do not drive with your foot resting on
the brake pedal. This will create
abnormal high brake temperatures,
excessive brake lining and pad wear,
and increased stopping distances.
• When descending down a long or steep
hill, use the paddle shifter and manually
downshift to a lower gear in order to
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Electronic Parking Brake (EPB)
Information
During emergency braking, the Parking
Applying the parking brake
Brake warning light illuminates and you
may hear a clicking noise.
To apply EPB (Electronic Parking Brake):
NOTICE
If you notice a noise or burning smell
when the EPB is used for emergency
braking, have your vehicle inspected by
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Releasing the parking brake
2C_EPBEngage
1. Depress and hold the brake pedal.
To release EPB (Electronic Parking
Brake):
2. Pull up the EPB switch.
Make sure the Parking Brake warning light
comes on.
EPB (Electronic Parking Brake) may be
automatically applied when:
• Requested by other systems
• The driver turns the vehicle off while
Auto Hold is operating.
Emergency braking
2C_EPBRelease
If there is a problem with the brake pedal
1. Press the Engine Start/Stop button to
while driving, emergency braking is
ON or START position.
possible by pulling up and holding the
2. Press the EPB switch while depressing
EPB switch. Braking is possible only while
the brake pedal.
you are holding the EPB switch. However,
braking distance may be longer than
Make sure the Parking Brake warning light
normal.
goes off.
To release EPB (Electronic Parking Brake)
WARNING
automatically:
To reduce the risk of serious injury or
• Gear in P (Park) or in N (Neutral)
death, do not operate the EPB while the
vehicle is moving except in an emergency
With the engine running, depress the
situation. It may damage the brake
brake pedal and shift out of P (Park) or
system and cause a collision.
N (Neutral) to R (Reverse) or D (Drive).
Make sure the doors, hood, and trunk
are closed and the seat belt is fastened.
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When the EPB (Electronic Parking Brake)
WARNING
does not release
If the EPB does not release normally,
To prevent serious injury or death from
contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer by
unintended vehicle movement:
loading the vehicle on a flatbed tow truck
• Always come to a complete stop and
and have the system checked.
continue to depress the brake pedal
before parking, shift the gear into P
Information
(Park), pull up the EPB switch, and press
the Engine Start/Stop button to the OFF
• You can engage EPB even though the
position. Take the key with you when
Engine Start/Stop button is in the OFF
leaving the vehicle.
position (only if battery power is
available), but you cannot release it.
• Never allow anyone who is unfamiliar
with the vehicle to touch the EPB
• Depress the brake pedal and release
switch.
the parking brake manually with the
EPB switch before you drive downhill or
• Only release EPB when you are seated
when backing up.
inside the vehicle with your foot firmly
on the brake pedal.
NOTICE
NOTICE
• If the Parking Brake warning light is still
on even though the EPB has been
Driving with the parking brake on may
released, have your vehicle inspected
overheat the braking system and cause
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
premature wear or damage to brake
parts.
• Do not drive your vehicle with EPB
applied. It may cause excessive brake
pad and brake rotor wear.
Information
Warning messages
• A clicking sound may be heard while
operating or releasing the EPB. These
To release EPB, fasten seatbelt and close
conditions are normal and indicate that
door, hood and trunk
EPB is functioning properly.
• When leaving your keys with a parking
attendant or assistant, make sure to
inform him/her how to operate the EPB.
2C_EPBEnableToReleaseInfo
If the driver's seat belt is unfastened, or
the hood, trunk, doors are open, and you
try to drive with EPB applied, a warning
sounds and a message appears.
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AUTO HOLD turning Off! Press brake
EPB malfunction
pedal
Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) warning
light illuminates if the Engine Start/Stop
button is in the ON position and goes off
in about 3 seconds if the system is
operating normally.
If the EPB warning light remains on,
comes on while driving, or does not come
on when the Engine Start/Stop button is
ON, the EPB may have malfunctioned.
If this occurs, have your vehicle inspected
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
2C_AutoHoldPressureBreakInfo
The EPB warning light may illuminate
When the conversion from Auto Hold to
when the ESC indicator comes on to
EPB is not working properly a warning will
indicate that ESC is not working properly,
sound and a message will appear.
but it does not indicate a malfunction of
EPB.
Parking brake automatically engaged
Information
• If the Parking Brake warning light does
not illuminate or blinks after the EPB
switch has been pulled, the EPB may
not be applied.
• If the EPB warning light is still on or the
Parking Brake warning light blinks
when the EPB warning light is on, press
the switch, and then pull it up. Repeat
this one more time. If the EPB warning
2C_AutoHoldAutoEngageEPBInfo
does not go off, have your vehicle
When EPB is applied while Auto Hold is
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
activated, a warning will sound and a
dealer.
message will appear.
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Parking brake warning light
Auto hold
Auto Hold maintains the vehicle in a
standstill even though the brake pedal is
not depressed after the driver brings the
vehicle to a complete stop by depressing
the brake pedal.
Information
WL_EPBWarningLamp
When the vehicle is restarted, the last
Before driving, make sure the Parking
setting for Auto Hold is applied.
Brake is released and the Parking Brake
warning light is OFF.
If the Parking Brake warning light remains
To apply:
on after the Parking Brake is released
while the engine is running, there may be
a malfunction in the brake system.
If possible, stop driving the vehicle
immediately. If that is not possible, use
extreme caution while operating the
vehicle and only continue to drive the
vehicle until you can reach a safe
location.
2C_AutoHoldButtonOn
[A] White
1. With the driver's door, hood, and trunk
closed, press the AUTO HOLD button.
The white AUTO HOLD indicator comes
on and the system is in standby.
2. When you stop the vehicle completely
by depressing the brake pedal, Auto
Hold maintains the brake pressure to
hold the vehicle stationary. The
indicator changes from white to green.
The vehicle remains stationary even if
you release the brake pedal.
3. If EPB is applied, Auto Hold will be
released.
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To release:
Information
If you depress the accelerator pedal with
the gear in D (Drive) or manual shift mode
The Auto Hold does not operate when:
or R (Reverse) (vehicle equipped with
• The gear is in P (Park)
shift button), the Auto Hold is released
• EPB is applied
automatically and the vehicle starts to
• The Auto Hold automatically switches
move. The AUTO HOLD indicator changes
to EPB when:
from green to white.
- The vehicle is in a standstill for more
WARNING
than 10 minutes.
• Always look around your vehicle before
- The vehicle is on a steep slope.
depressing the accelerator pedal to
- The vehicle moves several times.
release Auto Hold.
The Parking Brake warning light comes
• Slowly depress the accelerator pedal
on, the AUTO HOLD indicator changes
for a smooth start.
from green to white, and a warning
sounds and a message appears to
inform you that EPB has been
To cancel:
automatically engaged. Before driving,
depress the brake pedal, check the
surrounding area, and release the
parking brake manually with the EPB
switch.
• While operating Auto Hold, you may
hear mechanical noise. However, it is
normal operating noise.
NOTICE
2C_AutoHoldButtonOff
[A] Light off
If the AUTO HOLD indicator changes to
1. Depress and hold the brake pedal.
yellow, or the driver's door, hood, or trunk
open detection system malfunctions,
2. Press the AUTO HOLD button.
Auto Hold does not work properly.
The AUTO HOLD indicator turns off.
Contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
WARNING
To prevent unintended vehicle
movement, always depress your foot on
the brake pedal to cancel the Auto Hold
before you:
• Drive downhill.
• Drive the vehicle in R (Reverse).
• Park the vehicle.
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AUTO HOLD turning Off! Press brake
WARNING
pedal
• Depress the accelerator pedal slowly
when you start the vehicle.
• For your safety, cancel Auto Hold when
you drive downhill, back up the vehicle
or park the vehicle.
NOTICE
If there is a malfunction with the driver's
door or engine hood open detection
2C_AutoHoldPressureBreakInfo
system, Auto Hold may not work properly.
When the conversion from Auto Hold to
EPB is not working properly, a warning
Contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
sounds and a message appears.
When this message appears, Auto Hold
Warning messages
and EPB may not operate. For your safety,
depress the brake pedal.
Parking brake automatically engaged
Press brake pedal to deactivate AUTO
HOLD
2C_AutoHoldAutoEngageEPBInfo
When EPB is applied while Auto Hold is
activated, a warning sounds and a
2C_ReleaseAutoHoldPressBreakInfo
message appears.
If you did not apply the brake pedal when
you release Auto Hold by pressing the
AUTO HOLD button, a warning sounds
and a message appears.
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Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
Using ABS
To obtain the maximum benefit from your
WARNING
ABS in an emergency situation, do not
attempt to modulate your brake pressure
Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) or
and do not try to pump your brakes.
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) system
Depress your brake pedal as hard as
does not prevent accidents due to
possible.
improper or dangerous driving
maneuvers. Even though vehicle control
When you apply your brakes under
is improved during emergency braking,
conditions that may lock the wheels, you
always maintain a safe distance between
may hear sounds from the brakes, or feel
you and objects ahead of you. Always
a corresponding sensation in the brake
reduce the vehicle speed in extreme road
pedal. This is normal and it means your
conditions.
ABS is active.
The braking distance for vehicles
ABS does not reduce the time or distance
equipped with ABS or ESC may be longer
it takes to stop the vehicle.
than for those without these systems in
Always maintain a safe distance from the
the following road conditions:
vehicle in front of you.
• Rough, gravel or snow-covered roads.
ABS does not prevent a skid that results
• On roads where the road surface is
from sudden changes in direction, such
pitted or has different surface height.
as trying to take a corner too fast or
making a sudden lane change. Always
• Tire chains are installed on your vehicle.
drive at a safe speed for the road and
Never test the safety features of an ABS or
weather conditions.
ESC equipped vehicle by high speed
ABS cannot prevent a loss of stability.
driving or cornering. It may cause a
Always steer moderately when braking
collision and endanger the safety of
hard. Severe or sharp steering wheel
yourself or others.
movement can still cause your vehicle to
veer into oncoming traffic or off the road.
ABS is an electronic braking system that
On loose or uneven road surfaces,
helps prevent a braking skid. ABS allows
operation of the anti-lock brake system
the driver to steer and brake at the same
may result in a longer stopping distance
time.
than for vehicles equipped with a
conventional brake system.
The ABS (
) warning light stays on for
several seconds after the Engine
Start/Stop button is in the ON position.
During that time, ABS goes through
self-diagnosis and the light goes off if
everything is normal. If the light stays on,
contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer as
soon as possible.
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Electronic Stability Control
WARNING
(ESC)
If the ABS (
) warning light is on and stays
on you may have a problem with the ABS.
Your power brakes work normally. To
reduce the risk of serious injury or death it
is contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer
as soon as possible.
NOTICE
When you drive on a road having poor
2C_ESCOffButtion
traction, such as an icy road, and apply
The Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
your brakes continuously, ABS is active
system helps stabilize the vehicle during
continuously and the ABS (
) warning
cornering maneuvers.
light may illuminate. Pull your vehicle
over to a safe place and turn off the
ESC checks where you are steering and
vehicle.
where the vehicle is actually going. ESC
applies braking pressure to any one of the
Restart the vehicle. If the ABS warning
vehicle's brakes and intervenes in the
light is off, then your ABS system is
engine management system to assist the
normal.
driver with keeping the vehicle on the
If not, contact an authorized HYUNDAI
intended path. It is not a substitute for
dealer as soon as possible.
safe driving practices. Always adjust your
speed and driving to the road conditions.
WARNING
Information
Never drive too fast for the road
When you jump start your vehicle
conditions or too quickly when cornering.
because of a drained battery, the ABS (
)
The ESC system does not prevent a
warning light may turn on at the same
collision.
time. It does not mean your ABS is
malfunctioning. Have the battery
Excessive speed in turns, abrupt
recharged before driving the vehicle.
maneuvers, and hydroplaning on wet
surfaces may result in severe collisions.
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ESC operation
ESC OFF condition
ESC ON condition
When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
the ON position, the ESC and the ESC OFF
indicator lights illuminate for about 3
seconds. After both lights go off, ESC is
enabled.
WL_ESCWarningLamp
When operating
To cancel ESC operation:
• State 1
Press the ESC OFF button briefly. The ESC
OFF indicator light and the message,
"Traction control disabled" illuminate.
The traction control function of ESC
(engine management) is disabled, but the
brake control function of ESC (braking
WL_ESCOperatingLamp
management) still operates.
When the ESC is operating, the ESC
indicator light blinks:
• State 2
• When you apply your brakes under
Press and hold the ESC OFF button
conditions that may lock the wheels,
continuously for more than 3 seconds.
you may hear sounds from the brakes,
The ESC OFF indicator light and/or
or feel a corresponding sensation in the
message "Traction and Stability Control
brake pedal.
disabled" illuminates and a warning
chime sounds. Both the traction control
• When ESC activates, the engine may
function of ESC (engine management)
not respond to the accelerator as it
and the brake control function of ESC
does under routine conditions.
(braking management) are disabled.
• When moving out of the mud or driving
If the Engine Start/Stop button is pressed
on a slippery road, the engine RPM
to the OFF position when ESC is off, ESC
(revolutions per minute) may not
remains off. Upon restarting the vehicle,
increase even if you depress the
ESC automatically turns on again.
accelerator pedal all the way. This is to
maintain the stability and traction of
the vehicle and does not indicate a
problem.
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Indicator lights
NOTICE
ESC indicator light (blinks)
Driving with wheels and tires with
different sizes may cause the ESC system
to malfunction. Before replacing tires,
make sure all four tires and wheels are the
appropriate size for your vehicle. Never
drive the vehicle with different sized
wheels and tires installed.
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ESC OFF indicator light (comes on)
ESC OFF usage
When Driving
The ESC OFF mode should only be used
briefly to help free the vehicle if stuck in
snow or mud, by temporarily stopping
operation of ESC, to maintain wheel
WL_ESCWarningLa
torque.
When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
the ON position, the ESC indicator light
To turn off ESC while driving, press the
illuminates, then goes off if the ESC
ESC OFF button while driving on a flat
system is operating normally.
road surface.
The ESC indicator light blinks whenever
NOTICE
ESC is operating.
If the ESC indicator light stays on, have
To prevent damage to the transmission:
your vehicle inspected by an authorized
• Do not allow wheel(s) of one axle to
HYUNDAI dealer as soon as possible.
spin excessively while the ESC, ABS,
The ESC OFF indicator light comes on
and Parking Brake warning lights
when ESC is turned off.
appear. The repairs would not be
covered by the vehicle warranty.
WARNING
Reduce engine power and do not spin
the wheel(s) excessively while these
When ESC is blinking, this indicates ESC is
lights appear.
active:
• When operating the vehicle on a
• Drive slowly and NEVER attempt to
dynamometer, make sure ESC is turned
accelerate.
off (ESC OFF light illuminated).
• Never turn off ESC while the ESC
indicator light is blinking. You may lose
control of the vehicle and collide.
Information
Turning ESC off does not affect ABS or
standard brake system operation.
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Vehicle Stability Management
VSM OFF condition
(VSM)
To cancel VSM operation, press the ESC
OFF button. ESC OFF ( ) indicator light
Vehicle Stability Management is a
illuminates.
function of the Electronic Stability
Control (ESC) system. It helps the vehicle
To turn on VSM again, press the ESC OFF
stay stable when accelerating or braking
button again. The ESC OFF indicator light
suddenly on wet, slippery and rough
goes out.
roads where traction over the four tires
can suddenly become uneven.
WARNING
If the ESC ( ) indicator light or MDPS (
)
WARNING
warning light stays illuminated or blinks,
VSM is not a substitute for safe driving
your vehicle may have a malfunction with
practices. To prevent serious injury or
the VSM system. When the warning light
death:
illuminates, have your vehicle inspected
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon
• Always monitor the speed and the
as possible.
distance to the vehicle ahead of you.
• Never drive too fast for the road
conditions. Excessive speed in bad
weather or on slippery and uneven
roads may result in severe collisions.
VSM operation
When operating
When you apply your brakes under
conditions that can activate ESC, you may
hear sounds from the brakes, or feel a
corresponding sensation in the brake
pedal. This is normal and it means your
VSM is active.
Information
VSM does not operate when:
• Driving on a banked road such as
gradient or incline.
• Driving in reverse.
• The ESC OFF indicator light is on.
• The MDPS (Motor Driven Power
Steering) warning light (
) is on or
blinks.
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Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC)
Good braking practices
Hill-Start Assist Control helps prevent the
WARNING
vehicle from rolling backwards when
starting from a stop on a hill. The system
Whenever leaving the vehicle or parking,
operates the brakes automatically for
always come to a complete stop and
about 2 seconds (maximum of 5 seconds
continue to depress the brake pedal. Shift
when the accelerator pedal is slightly
the gear to the P (Park) position, then
depressed during HAC operation) and
apply the EPB, and press the Engine
releases the brake after 2 seconds or
Start/Stop button to the OFF position.
when the accelerator pedal is depressed.
Vehicles parked with the EPB not applied
or not fully engaged may roll
WARNING
inadvertently and may cause injury to the
Always be ready to depress the
driver and others. ALWAYS apply the
accelerator pedal when starting from a
parking brake before exiting the vehicle.
stop on an uphill slope. Hill-Start Assist
Control activates only for about 2 seconds
(maximum of 5 seconds when the
Wet brakes can be dangerous! The brakes
accelerator pedal is slightly depressed
may get wet if the vehicle is driven
during HAC operation).
through standing water or if it is washed.
Your vehicle will not stop as quickly if the
brakes are wet. Wet brakes may cause the
vehicle to pull to one side.
Information
To dry the brakes, apply the brakes
• Hill-Start Assist Control does not
slightly until the braking action returns to
operate when the gear is shifted to P
normal If the braking action does not
(Park) or N (Neutral).
return to normal, stop as soon as it is safe
• Hill-Start Assist Control activates even
to do so. Have your vehicle inspected by
when the ESC (Electronic Stability
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Control) is off. It does not activate, if the
DO NOT drive with your foot resting on
ESC is not operating normally.
the brake pedal. Even light, but constant
pedal pressure can result in the brakes
overheating, brake wear, and possibly
even brake failure.
If a tire goes flat while you are driving,
apply the brakes gently and keep the
vehicle pointed straight ahead while you
slow down. When you are moving slowly
enough for it to be safe to do so, pull off
the road and stop in a safe location.
Keep your foot firmly on the brake pedal
when the vehicle is stopped to prevent
the vehicle from rolling forward.
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To ready Launch Control
Launch Control
1. Set SPORT+ mode in the infotainment
if equipped
system at Setup > Vehicle > Drive mode
The Launch Control system controls the
> MY DRIVE MODE. And set MY DRIVE
vehicle to reduce wheel spin or slip on
mode using the drive mode selection
hard acceleration from a standing start.
switch. (The MY DRIVE mode selection
appears on the instrument cluster.)
2. Turn off ESC by pressing the ESC OFF
Launch Control operation and
button for more than 3 seconds. (The
release
ESC OFF indicator appears on the
instrument cluster)
Prerequisite for activation
3. Shift the gear to the D (Drive) position.
The Launch Control gets ready to be
4. Depress the brake pedal firmly with
activated, when the following
your left foot, and depress the
prerequisites are satisfied.
accelerator pedal down fully with your
All doors, hood, and trunk are closed.
right foot. Then, the launch control is
ready for operation. The message
The driver's seat belt is fastened.
"Launch Control Ready" appears on the
If the engine temperature is
instrument cluster.
overheated, cool down before using
5. The initial engine rpm (revolutions per
the launch control.
minute) setting for the Launch Control
If the engine temperature is low, warm
system is about 3,000 rpm. (You can
up the engine.
adjust the rpm set value with the
The vehicle is at a complete stop. Then
CRUISE +/- button.)
align the steering wheel straight.
Release the parking brake by pressing
To activate Launch Control
the EPB switch, and if the AUTO HOLD
1. Press the accelerator to the maximum
function is working, please turn off the
and start to drive by taking your foot off
function by releasing the AUTO HOLD
from the brake pedal within 10 seconds.
button.
The Launch Control will operate and a
message "Launch Control Active" will
CAUTION
appear.
The Launch Control system is intended
2. To deactivate (end) Launch Control,
for use at a closed race track and not
release the accelerator pedal.
intended for use on public roads. It will
not compensate for driver's who are
inexperienced or lack familiarity with
the race track.
The Launch performance may be varied
by fuel, environment, tire and load
condition.
Use the function after breaking in your
vehicle and constant use of Launch
Control can put enormous stress on the
vehicle resulting in premature wear of
related components.
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All Wheel Drive (AWD)
CAUTION
if equipped
• If you press the brake pedal and
accelerator pedal simultaneously and
The All wheel drive (AWD) system delivers
take your foot off the accelerator pedal,
engine power to all front and rear wheels
the Launch Control system will be
for maximum traction. AWD is useful
released.
when extra traction is required on roads
such as slippery, muddy, wet, or
• If you do not depart within 10 seconds
snow-covered roads.
while pressing the brake pedal and
accelerator pedal, the Launch Control
AWD may also be used for occasional
function will be canceled.
off-road use such as established unpaved
roads and trails. Always reduce the speed
• The Launch Control is available again
to a level that is appropriate for those
after cooling down by driving the
conditions.
vehicle.
WARNING
Launch Control Limitation
To reduce the risk of serious injury or
death:
If you use the Launch Control system
when the transmission fluid temperature
• Do not drive in conditions that exceed
or engine temperature is above a certain
the vehicle's intended design such as
level or try to use the function again
challenging off-road conditions.
immediately after using the Launch
• Avoid high speeds when cornering or
Control system, the function will not
turning.
work. To use the Launch Control system
• Do not make quick steering wheel
again, you must cool down the
movements, such as sharp lane
transmission and engine temperature by
changes or fast, sharp turns.
driving at a constant speed of 37 mph (60
km/h) or more for at least 2 minutes.
• The risk of a rollover is greatly increased
if you lose control of your vehicle at
highway speeds.
• Loss of control often occurs if two or
more wheels drop off the roadway and
the driver over steers to reenter the
roadway.
• In the event your vehicle leaves the
roadway, do not steer sharply. Instead,
slow down before pulling back into the
travel lanes.
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Driving on snow-covered or icy roads
Information
• Start off slowly by applying the
• Do not drive in water if the water level is
accelerator pedal gently.
higher than the bottom of the vehicle.
• Use snow tires or tire chains.
• Check your brake condition once you
• Keep a sufficient distance between
are out of mud or water. Depress the
your vehicle and the vehicle in front.
brake pedal several times as you move
slowly until you feel normal braking
• Use engine braking during
condition return.
deceleration.
• Shorten your scheduled maintenance
• Avoid speeding, rapid acceleration,
interval if you drive in off-road
sudden brake applications, and sharp
conditions such as sand, mud, or water
turns to prevent skids.
(refer to the "Maintenance under
severe usage and low mileage
Information
conditions" section in Chapter 9).
• When using Snow Tires, mount them on
• Always wash your vehicle thoroughly
all four wheels.
after off-road use, especially the
• When using tire chains, install them on
bottom of the vehicle.
the front tires. However, driving speed
• Be sure to equip all four tires with the
must be below 20 mph (30 km/h) and
correct size and type.
minimize the driving distance.
High-speed or long-term driving with
• Make sure that a full time AWD vehicle
tire chains installed may malfunction or
is towed by a flat-bed tow truck.
damage the AWD system.
• For more information on Snow Tires
and Tire Chains, refer to the "Winter
All wheel drive (AWD)
Driving" in this chapter.
operation
Auto AWD mode (Normal driving)
Driving in sand or mud
If the AWD system determines there is a
• Maintain slow and constant speeds.
need for all wheel drive, the engine's
• Use tire chains when driving in mud if
driving power is distributes to all four
necessary.
wheels automatically.
• Keep a sufficient distance between
your vehicle and the vehicle in front.
For safe AWD operation
• Reduce the vehicle speed and always
check the road condition.
Before driving
• Avoid speeding, rapid acceleration,
• Make sure all passengers are wearing
sudden brake applications, and sharp
seat belts.
turns to prevent getting stuck.
• Sit upright and closer to the steering
wheel than usual. Adjust the steering
wheel to a position comfortable for you
to drive.
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Driving through water
Information
• Try to avoid driving in deep standing
When the vehicle is stuck in snow, sand,
water. It may stall your engine and clog
or mud, place a non-slip material under
your exhaust pipes.
the drive wheels to provide traction or
• Do not change gears while driving in
slowly spin the wheels in forward and
water.
reverse causing a rocking motion that
may free the vehicle. Avoid running the
CAUTION
engine continuously at high RPM to
prevent damage to the AWD system.
Always drive slowly in water. If you drive
too fast, water may get into the engine
compartment and wet the ignition system
Driving up or down hills
causing your vehicle to suddenly stop.
Driving uphill
- Before starting off, check if it is
Additional driving conditions
possible to drive uphill.
• Become familiar with the off-road
- Drive as straight as possible.
conditions before driving.
Driving downhill
• Always pay attention when driving
- Do not change gears while driving
off-road and avoid dangerous areas.
downhill. Select a gear before driving
• Drive slowly when driving in heavy
downhill.
wind.
- Drive slowly when using engine
• Reduce vehicle speed when cornering.
braking while driving downhill.
The center of gravity of AWD vehicles is
- Drive straight as possible.
higher than conventional 2WD vehicles.
The vehicle is more likely to roll over if
WARNING
you turn the steering wheel too quickly.
Exercise extreme caution driving up or
• Always hold the steering wheel firmly
down steep hills. The vehicle may roll
when you are driving off-road.
over in the grade, terrain, and water/
mud conditions.
WARNING
Do not drive across steep hills. A slight
Do not grab the inside of the steering
change in the wheel angle may
wheel when you are driving off-road. You
destabilize the vehicle. A stable vehicle
may hurt your arm by a sudden steering
may lose stability if the vehicle stops its
maneuver or from steering wheel
forward motion. Your vehicle may roll
rebound due to an impact with objects on
over, resulting in a serious injury or
the ground. You may lose control of the
death.
steering wheel that may lead to serious
injury or death.
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Emergency precautions
Dynamometer testing
A full time AWD vehicle must be tested on
a special four wheel chassis
Tires
dynamometer.
Do not use tires or wheels with different
size and type from the one installed on
your vehicle. It may affect the safety and
performance of your vehicle, which could
cause steering failure or rollover causing
serious injury.
When replacing the tires, be sure to equip
all four tires with the same size, type,
tread, brand, and load carrying capacity.
If you equip your vehicle with any
tire/wheel combination not
2C_4WDTestCautionLabel
recommended by HYUNDAI for off-road
[A] Roll tester (Speedometer)
driving, do not use these tires for highway
[B] Temporary free roller
driving.
If a 2WD roll tester must be used:
1. Check the tire pressures recommended
WARNING
for your vehicle.
Never start or run the engine while a
2. Place the front wheels on the roll tester
full-time AWD vehicle is raised on a jack.
for a speedometer test as shown in the
The vehicle may slip or roll off of a jack
illustration.
causing serious injury or death.
3. Release the parking brake.
4. Place the rear wheels on the temporary
Towing
free roller as shown in the illustration.
AWD vehicles must be towed with all the
NOTICE
wheels off the ground. For more
information, refer to the "Towing" section
• Never engage the parking brake while
in Chapter 8.
performing the test.
• When the vehicle is lifted up, do not
Vehicle inspection
operate the front and rear wheel
separately. All four wheels should be
• If the vehicle needs to be operated on a
operated.
vehicle lift do not attempt to stop any of
the four wheels from turning. This could
damage the AWD system.
• Never engage the parking brake while
WARNING
running the engine on a car lift. This
Keep away from the front of the vehicle
may damage the AWD system.
while the vehicle is in gear on the
dynamometer. The vehicle may jump
forward and cause serious injury or death.
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AWD malfunction
Drive Mode Integrated
If the AWD (
) warning light stays on the
Control System
instrument cluster, your vehicle may have
a malfunction with the AWD system.
if equipped
Whenever the AWD (
) warning light
illuminates, have your vehicle inspected
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon
Drive mode
as possible.
2C_DriveModeButton
The drive mode may be selected
according to the driver's preference or
road conditions.
The system resets to NORMAL mode,
when the engine is restarted.
Information
If there is a problem with the instrument
cluster, the drive mode is in NORMAL
mode and may not change to other mode.
2C_DriveModeInfo_2
The mode changes, as the following,
whenever the DRIVE MODE switch is
pushed up or down.
• NORMAL SPORT SNOW MY
DRIVE
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NORMAL, SPORT mode features
MY DRIVE mode features
NORMAL mode
SMART mode
NORMAL mode provides smooth driving
SMART mode selects the proper driving
and comfortable riding.
mode among SMART NORMAL/SMART
SPORT and SMART SPORT+ (if equipped)
NORMAL mode is selected, it does not
by judging the driver's driving habits (for
appear on the instrument cluster.
example, mild or dynamic) from the brake
pedal depression or the steering wheel
SPORT/SPORT+ (if equipped) mode
operation.
SPORT mode provides sporty driving.
Various driving situations, which you
In SPORT mode, the fuel efficiency may
may encounter in SMART mode
decrease.
- The driving mode automatically
• When the SPORT/SPORT+ mode is
changes to SMART SPORT mode only
selected, the SPORT/SPORT+ indicator
in harsh driving situations. In most of
illuminates on the instrument cluster.
the normal driving situations, the
• The drive mode resets to NORMAL
driving mode sets to be in SMART
mode when the engine is restarted.
NORMAL mode.
• When the SPORT/SPORT+ mode is
- The driving mode automatically
activated:
changes to SMART SPORT/SPORT+,
- The engine RPM tends to remain
when you abruptly accelerate the
raised over a certain time even after
vehicle or repetitively operate the
releasing the accelerator pedal.
steering wheel (Your driving is
categorized to be sporty.). In this
- Upshifts are delayed when
mode, your vehicle drives in a lower
accelerating.
gear for abrupt accelerating or
- In sport mode, manual shifts with the
decelerating and increases the
paddle shifter are held until the RPM
engine brake performance.
is too high for the gear, or too low for
Limitation of SMART mode
the gear. Cancel the manual gear
selection and return to automatic
SMART may be limited in following
SPORT mode by holding the right
situations.
paddle shifter.
- The driver is using the paddle shifter
to manually shift gear. (The system
SNOW mode (if equipped)
prioritizes the driver's manual
SNOW mode offers special traction
shifting)
tuning for snow optimizing available
- Smart Cruise Control is activated.
traction in adverse conditions. Snow
- The transmission oil temperature is
mode adjusts the left and right wheel slip
either extremely low or extremely
control, engine torque, and shift patterns
high.
according to available traction levels.
• When the SNOW mode is selected, the
SNOW indicator will illuminate on the
instrument cluster.
• Whenever the engine is restarted, the
drive mode will revert back to NORMAL
mode. If SNOW mode is desired,
re-select SNOW mode.
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Active Sound Design
Information
if equipped
When you dynamically drive the vehicle in
SMART mode by abruptly decelerating or
• Active Sound Design is a feature that
sharply curving, the driving mode
makes a virtual engine sound for the
changes to SPORT/SPORT+ mode.
fun of driving when you press the
However, it may adversely affect fuel
accelerator pedal.
economy.
• To change the active sound design
settings or turn off that feature, please
select Setup > Sound > Active Sound
MY DRIVE MODE
Designin order.
In MY DRIVE MODE, you can adjust the
• Active Sound Design may not work
vehicle performance for each function. To
properly if you replace the amplifier or
set MY DRIVE MODE, go to Setup (Setup)
speakers at your discretion.
> Vehicle > Drive mode > MY DRIVE
MODE in the infotainment system.
MY DRIVE MODE
NORMAL/SPORT/SPORT
Powertrain
+(if equipped)/SMART
NORMAL/SPORT/SPORT
Steering
+(if equipped)
AWD
NORMAL/SPORT/SPORT
(if equipped)
+(if equipped)
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Special Driving
Rocking the vehicle
If it is necessary to rock the vehicle to free
Conditions
it from snow, sand, or mud, first turn the
steering wheel right and left to clear the
area around your front wheels. Then, shift
Hazardous driving conditions
back and forth between R (Reverse) and a
When hazardous driving conditions are
forward gear.
encountered such as water, snow, ice,
Try to avoid spinning the wheels, and do
mud, and sand:
not race the engine.
• Drive cautiously and allow for longer
To prevent transmission wear, wait until
braking distances.
the wheels stop spinning before shifting
• Avoid abrupt braking or steering.
gears. Release the accelerator pedal
while shifting, and press lightly on the
• If your vehicle is stuck in snow, mud, or
accelerator pedal while the transmission
sand, use the second gear. Accelerate
is in gear. Slowly spinning the wheels in
slowly to avoid unnecessary wheel spin.
forward and reverse directions causes a
• Put sand, rock salt, tire chains, or other
rocking motion that may free the vehicle.
non-slip materials under the wheels to
provide additional traction, if stuck in
WARNING
ice, snow, or mud.
Always turn off the ESC system before
WARNING
rocking the vehicle. If the vehicle is stuck
and excessive wheel spin occurs, the
Downshifting with an automatic
temperature in the tires may increase
transmission while driving on slippery
very quickly. If the tires become
surfaces may cause a collision. The
damaged, a tire blow out or tire explosion
sudden change in tire speed may cause
may occur - you and others may be
the tires to skid. Be careful when
injured. Do not attempt this procedure if
downshifting on slippery surfaces.
people or objects are near the vehicle.
If you attempt to free the vehicle, the
vehicle may overheat quickly, possibly
causing an engine compartment fire or
other damage. Try to avoid spinning the
wheels as much as possible to prevent
overheating of the tires or the engine. DO
NOT allow the vehicle to spin the wheels
above 35 mph (56 km/h).
If you are still stuck after rocking the
vehicle a few times, have your vehicle
pulled out by a tow vehicle to avoid
engine overheating, possible damage to
the transmission, and tire damage. Refer
to the "Towing" section in Chapter 8.
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Smooth cornering
Driving in the rain
Avoid braking or gear changing in
Rain and wet roads can make driving
corners, especially when roads are wet.
dangerous. When driving in the rain or on
Ideally, corners should be taken under
slick pavement:
gentle acceleration.
• Slow down and allow extra following
distance. A heavy rainfall makes it
harder to see and increases the
Driving at night
distance needed to stop your vehicle.
Night driving presents more hazards than
• Replace your windshield wiper blades
driving in the daylight. Here are some
when they show signs of streaking or
important tips to remember:
missing areas on the windshield.
• Slow down and keep more distance
• Make sure your tires have enough
between you and other vehicles,
tread. If your tires do not have enough
because it may be more difficult to see
tread, making a quick stop on wet
at night, especially in areas where there
pavement may cause a skid and
are no street lights.
possibly lead to a collision. Refer to the
• Adjust your mirrors to reduce the glare
"Tires And Wheels" section in Chapter
from other drivers' headlights.
9.
• Keep your headlights clean and
• Turn on your headlights to make it
properly aimed. Dirty or improperly
easier for others to see you. Using your
aimed headlights can make it much
headlights when using your windshield
more difficult to see at night.
wipers is required in some jurisdictions.
• Avoid staring directly at the headlights
• Driving too fast through large puddles
of oncoming vehicles. You may be
may affect your brakes. If you must go
temporarily blinded, and it takes
through puddles, try to drive through
several seconds for your eyes to
them slowly.
readjust to the darkness.
• If you believe your brakes are wet,
apply them several times while the
vehicle is moving slowly.
Hydroplaning
If the road is wet enough and you are
driving fast enough, your vehicle may
have little or no contact with the road
surface and actually ride on the water.
The best advice is SLOW DOWN when the
road is wet.
The risk of hydroplaning increases as the
depth of tire tread decreases, refer to the
"Tires And Wheels" section in chapter 9.
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Driving in flooded areas
Winter Driving
Avoid driving through flooded areas
unless you are sure the water is not
deeper than the bottom of the wheel hub.
Snow or icy conditions
If you are not sure, turn around and find a
You need to keep sufficient distance
different route.
between your vehicle and the vehicle in
Drive through any water slowly. Allow
front of you.
adequate stopping distance because the
Apply the brakes gently. Speeding, rapid
brake performance can be reduced.
acceleration, sudden brake applications,
After driving through water, dry the
and sharp turns are very hazardous
brakes by gently applying them several
practices. When decelerating, use engine
times while the vehicle is moving slowly.
braking to the fullest extent. Sudden
brake applications on snowy or icy roads
may cause the vehicle to skid.
Highway driving
To drive your vehicle in deep snow, it may
be necessary to use snow tires or to install
Tires
tire chains on your tires.
Adjust the tire inflation, as specified.
Always carry emergency equipment. You
Under-inflation may overheat or damage
may want to carry tire chains, tow straps
the tires.
or chains, a flashlight, emergency flares,
sand, a shovel, jumper cables, a window
Do not install worn-out or damaged tires,
scraper, gloves, ground cloth, coveralls, a
which may reduce traction or fail the
blanket, etc.
braking operation.
Information
Never over-inflate your tires above the
maximum inflation pressure, as specified
on your tires.
Fuel, engine coolant and engine oil
Driving at higher speeds on the highway
consumes more fuel and is less efficient
than driving at a slower, more moderate
speed. Maintain a moderate speed to
conserve fuel when driving on the
highway.
Check both the engine coolant level and
the engine oil before driving.
Drive belt
A loose or damaged drive belt may
overheat the engine.
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Snow tires
Summer tires
• Summer tires are used to maximize the
WARNING
driving performance on dry roads.
Snow tires should be equivalent in size
• If the temperature is below 45 °F (7 °C)
and type to the vehicle's standard tires.
or you are driving on snowy or icy
Otherwise, the safety and handling of
roads, the summer tires lose their brake
your vehicle may be adversely affected.
performance and traction as the tire
grip weakens significantly.
• If the temperature is below 45 °F (7 °C)
Use snow tires when the road
or you are driving on snowy or icy
temperature is below 45 °F (7 °C). If you
roads, mount snow tires or all-season
mount snow tires on your vehicle, be sure
tires of the same size with your vehicle's
to use the same inflation pressure as the
standard tire for safe driving. Both
original tires. Mount snow tires on all four
snow and all-season tires have M+S
wheels to balance your vehicle's handling
markings.
in all weather conditions. The traction
provided by snow tires on dry roads may
• When using the M+S tires, use tires with
not be as high as your vehicle's original
the same tread produced by the same
equipment tires. Check with the tire
manufacturer for safe driving.
dealer for maximum speed
• When driving with the M+S tires with a
recommendations.
lower maximum allowable speed than
The traction provided by snow tires on dry
that of the vehicle's standard summer
roads may not be as high as your vehicle's
tire, be careful not to exceed the speed
original equipment tires. Check with the
allowed for the M+S tires.
tire dealer for maximum speed
recommendations.
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Tire chains
Chain Installation
When installing tire chains, follow the
manufacturer's instructions and mount
them as tightly possible. Drive slowly (less
than 20 mph (30 km/h) or the chain
manufacturer's recommended speed
limit) with chains installed. If you hear the
chains contacting the body or chassis,
stop and tighten them. If they still make
contact, slow down until the noise stops.
Remove the tire chains as soon as you
begin driving on cleared roads.
2C_TireChain
Since the sidewalls of radial tires are
When mounting snow chains, park the
thinner than other types of tires, they may
vehicle on level ground away from traffic.
be damaged by mounting some types of
Turn on the vehicle's Hazard Warning
tire chains on them. Therefore, the use of
Flasher and place a triangular emergency
snow tires is recommended instead of tire
warning device behind the vehicle (if
chains. If tire chains must be used, install
available). Always place the vehicle in P
the tire chains after reviewing the
(Park), apply the EPB, and turn off the
instructions provided with the tire chains.
engine before installing snow chains.
Damage to your vehicle caused by
NOTICE
improper tire chain use is not covered by
your vehicle manufacturer's warranty.
When using tire chains:
• Wrong size chains or improperly
WARNING
installed chains may damage your
The use of tire chains may adversely
vehicle's brake lines, suspension, body,
affect vehicle handling:
and wheels.
• Drive less than 20 mph (30 km/h) or the
• Use SAE "S" class or wire chains.
chain manufacturer's recommended
• If you hear noise caused by chains
speed limit, whichever is lower.
contacting the body, retighten the
• Drive carefully and avoid bumps, holes,
chains to prevent contact with the
sharp turns, and other road hazards,
vehicle body.
which may cause the vehicle to
• To prevent body damage, retighten the
bounce.
chains after driving 0.3-0.6 mi. (0.5-1.0
• Avoid sharp turns or locked wheel
km).
braking.
• Do not use tire chains on vehicles
• Install tire chains only in pairs and on
equipped with aluminum wheels. If
the front tires. Installing tire chains on
unavoidable, use a wire type chain.
the tires provides a greater driving
• Use wire chains less than 0.47 inches
force, but does not prevent side skids.
(12 mm) thick to prevent damage to the
chain's connection.
Information
Do not install studded tires without first
checking local and municipal regulations
for possible restrictions against their use.
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Winter precautions
To prevent locks from freezing
Spray approved de-icing fluid or glycerin
into key holes. When a lock opening is
Use high quality ethylene glycol
already covered with ice, spray approved
coolant
de-icing fluid over the ice to remove it.
Your vehicle is delivered with high quality
When an internal part of a lock freezes, try
ethylene glycol coolant in the cooling
to thaw it with a heated key. Carefully use
system. It is the only type of coolant that
the heated key to avoid an injury.
should be used because it helps prevent
corrosion in the cooling system,
lubricates the water pump, and prevents
Use approved window washer
freezing. Be sure to replace or replenish
antifreeze solution
your coolant in accordance with the
Add window washer anti-freeze solution,
maintenance schedule in Chapter 9.
as specified on the window washer
Before winter, have your coolant tested to
container. Window washer anti-freeze
make sure that its freezing point is
solution is available from an authorized
sufficient for the temperatures
HYUNDAI dealer, and most vehicle
anticipated during the winter.
accessory outlets.
Information
Check battery and cables
Do not use engine coolant or other types
Winter temperatures may affect the
of anti-freeze solution, to prevent any
battery performance. Inspect the battery
damage to the vehicle paint.
and cables, as specified in Chapter 9. The
battery charging level can be checked by
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer or in a
service station.
Do not let your parking brake freeze
Under some conditions, your parking
brake may freeze in the engaged position.
Change to "winter weight" oil if
This is most likely to happen when there is
necessary
an accumulation of snow or ice around or
In some regions during winter, it is
near the rear brakes or the brakes are wet.
recommended to use the "winter weight"
When there is the risk that your parking
oil with lower viscosity In addition,
brake may freeze: temporarily apply the
replace the engine oil and filter if it is
parking brake with the gear in P (Park),
close to the next maintenance interval.
then block the rear wheels, and then
Fresh engine oil ensures optimum engine
release the parking brake.
operation during the winter months. For
more information, refer to chapter 2.
When you are not sure about a type of
Do not let ice and snow accumulate
winter weight oil, consult an authorized
underneath
HYUNDAI dealer.
Under some conditions, snow and ice
may build up under the fenders and
interfere with the steering. When driving
Check spark plugs and ignition
in such conditions during the severe
system
winter, check underneath the vehicle on a
Inspect the spark plugs, as specified in
regular basis, to make sure that the front
Chapter 9. If necessary, replace them.
wheels and the steering components are
Also check all ignition wirings and
not blocked.
components for any cracks, wear, and
damage.
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Carry emergency equipment
Trailer Towing
In accordance with weather conditions,
We do not recommend using this vehicle
carry appropriate emergency equipment,
for trailer towing.
while driving. Some of the items you may
want to carry include tire chains, tow
straps or chains, flashlight, emergency
flares, sand, shovel, jumper cables,
window scraper, gloves, ground cloth,
coveralls, blanket, etc.
Do not place objects or materials in
the engine compartment
Putting objects or materials in the engine
compartment may cause an engine
failure or a fire, because they may block
the engine cooling. Such damage is not
covered by the manufacturer's warranty.
Drive your vehicle when water vapor
condenses and accumulates inside
the exhaust pipes
When the vehicle is stopped for a long
time in winter while the engine is running,
water vapor may condense and
accumulate inside the exhaust pipes.
Water in the exhaust pipes may cause
noise, etc., but it is drained driving at
medium to high speed.
Check wiper blades
Clear ice and snow from the windshield
and rear glass. Check if the wiper blades
are frozen and stuck to the glass.
If it snows while driving, the wiper may
temporarily stop operating to prevent
itself from being damaged if snow
accumulates at the upper and lower part
of glass due to its operation. If it stops,
clear the snow accumulated at the upper
and lower part of the glass and then
operate the wiper.
Stopping of wiper operation due to snow
accumulation is not a failure. It is to
prevent safety issue and damage from
occurring when the wiper continues to
operate without removing snow while
driving the vehicle.
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GAW (Gross Axle Weight)
Vehicle Load Limit
This is the total weight placed on
Two labels on your driver's door sill
each axle (front and rear) - including
show how much weight your vehicle
vehicle curb weight and all payload.
was designed to carry: the Tire and
Loading Information Label and the
GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating)
Certification Label.
This is the maximum allowable
Before loading your vehicle,
weight that can be carried by a single
familiarize yourself with the following
axle (front or rear). These numbers
terms for determining your vehicle's
are shown on the Certification Label.
weight ratings, from the vehicle's
The total load on each axle must
specifications and the Certification
never exceed its GAWR.
Label:
GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight)
Base Curb Weight
This is the Base Curb Weight plus
This is the weight of the vehicle
actual Cargo Weight plus passengers.
including a full tank of fuel and all
standard equipment. It does not
GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating)
include passengers, cargo, or
This is the maximum allowable
optional equipment.
weight of the fully loaded vehicle
(including all options, equipment,
Vehicle Curb Weight
passengers and cargo). The GVWR is
This is the weight of your new vehicle
shown on the Certification Label
when you picked it up from your
located on the driver's door sill.
dealer plus any aftermarket
equipment.
Cargo Weight
This figure includes all weight added
to the Base Curb Weight, including
cargo and optional equipment.
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The loading information label
Vehicle capacity weight
5 persons: 904 lbs. (410 kg)
With spare tire
Type A
Vehicle capacity weight is the
maximum combined weight of
occupants and cargo. If your vehicle
is equipped with a trailer, the
combined weight includes the
tongue load.
Seating capacity
Total : 5 persons (Front seat : 2
persons, Rear seat : 3 persons)
Seating capacity is the maximum
Type B
number of occupants including a
driver, your vehicle may carry.
However, the seating capacity may
be reduced based upon the weight of
all of the occupants, and the weight
of the cargo being carried or towed.
Do not overload the vehicle as there
is a limit to the total weight, or load
limit including occupants and cargo,
the vehicle can carry.
With Tire Mobility Kit (TMK)
Cargo capacity
The cargo capacity of your vehicle
will increase or decrease depending
on the weight and the number of
occupants and the tongue load, if
your vehicle is equipped with a trailer.
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Steps for determining correct load
WARNING
limit
1. Locate the statement "The
Do not overload the vehicle as there
combined weight of occupants and
is a limit to the total weight, or load
cargo should never exceed XXX kg
limit, including occupants and cargo,
or XXX lbs." on your vehicle's
the vehicle can carry. Overloading
placard.
can shorten the life of the vehicle. If
the GVWR or the GAWR is exceeded,
2.Determine the combined weight of
parts on the vehicle can break, and it
the driver and passengers that will
can change the handling of your
be riding in your vehicle.
vehicle. These could cause you to
3.Subtract the combined weight of
lose control and result in an accident.
the driver and passengers from XXX
kg or XXX lbs.
4.The resulting figure equals the
available amount of cargo and
luggage load capacity. For
example, if the "XXX" amount
equals 1400 lbs. and there will be
five 150 lbs. passengers in your
vehicle, the amount of available
cargo and luggage load capacity is
650 lbs. (1400 - 750 (5 x 150) = 650
lbs.)
5.Determine the combined weight of
luggage and cargo being loaded on
the vehicle. That weight may not
safely exceed the available cargo
and luggage load capacity
calculated in Step 4.
6.If your vehicle will be towing a
trailer, load from your trailer will be
transferred to your vehicle. Consult
this manual to determine how this
reduces the available cargo and
luggage load capacity of your
vehicle.
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Driving Your Vehicle
TM_PassengerWeig
TM_Weight
TM_VehicleCapacit
htPassenger
Cargo
y Maximum
Example 1
Weight
+
Weight
Load
(150 lbs. × 2
(860 lbs.)
(1400 lbs.)
= 300 lbs.)
(390 kg)
(635 kg)
(68 kg × 2 =
136 kg)
TM_VehicleCapacit
TM_Weight
TM_PassengerWeig
Cargo
y Maximum
ht_2
Weight
Example 2
Load
Passenger
+
(650 lbs.)
Weight
(1400 lbs.)
(295 kg)
(150 lbs. × 5
(635 kg)
= 750 lbs.)
(68 kg × 5 =
340 kg)
TM_VehicleCapacit
TM_Weight
TM_PassengerWeig
Cargo
y Maximum
ht_2
Weight
Example 3
Load
Passenger
+
(540 lbs.)
Weight
(1400 lbs.)
(245 kg)
(172 lbs. × 5
(635 kg)
= 860 lbs.)
(78 kg × 5 =
390 kg)
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6
Certification label
WARNING
Overloading
• Never exceed the GVWR for your
vehicle, the GAWR for either the
front or rear axle and vehicle
capacity weight. Exceeding these
ratings can affect your vehicle's
handling and braking ability, and
cause an accident.
• Do not overload your vehicle.
2C_CertificationLabel
Overloading your vehicle can cause
The certification label is located on
heat buildup in your vehicle's tires
the driver's door sill at the center
and possible tire failure, increased
pillar and shows the maximum
stopping distances and poor
allowable weight of the fully loaded
vehicle handling-all of which may
vehicle. This is called the GVWR
result in a collision.
(Gross Vehicle Weight Rating). The
GVWR includes the weight of the
vehicle, all occupants, fuel and cargo.
NOTICE
This label also tells you the maximum
Overloading your vehicle may cause
weight that can be supported by the
damage. Repairs would not be
front and rear axles, called Gross Axle
covered by your warranty. Do not
Weight Rating (GAWR).
overload your vehicle.
The total weight of the vehicle,
including all occupants, accessories,
cargo, and trailer tongue load must
not exceed the Gross Vehicle Weight
Rating (GVWR) or the Gross Axle
Weight Rating (GAWR). To find out
the actual loads on your front and
rear axles, you need to go to a weigh
station and weigh your vehicle. Be
sure to spread out your load equally
on both sides of the centerline.
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Driving Your Vehicle
WARNING
If you carry items inside your vehicle
(for example, suitcases, tools,
packages, or anything else), they are
moving as fast as the vehicle. If you
have to stop or turn quickly, or if there
is a crash, the items will keep going
and can cause an injury if they strike
the driver or a passenger.
• Put items in the cargo area of your
vehicle. Try to spread the weight
evenly.
• Do not stack items, like suitcases,
inside the vehicle above the tops of
the seats.
• Do not leave an unsecured child
restraint in your vehicle.
• When you carry something inside
the vehicle, secure it.
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7. Driver Assistance System
Driver Assistance System Notice
7-3
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) (Sensor Fusion)
7-3
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist settings
7-5
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist operation
7-6
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist malfunction and limitations
7-11
Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)
7-18
Lane Keeping Assist settings
7-18
Lane Keeping Assist operation
7-20
Lane Keeping Assist malfunction and limitations
7-22
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA)
7-24
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist settings
7-25
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist operation
7-27
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist malfunction and limitations
7-29
Safe Exit Warning (SEW)
7-33
Safe Exit Warning settings
7-34
Safe Exit Warning operation
7-35
Safe Exit Warning malfunction and limitations
7-36
Manual Speed Limit Assist (MSLA)
7-37
Manual Speed Limit Assist settings
7-38
Manual Speed Limit Assist operation
7-38
7
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist (ISLA)
7-40
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist settings
7-41
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist operation
7-42
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist malfunction and limitations
7-44
Driver Attention Warning (DAW)
7-46
Driver Attention Warning settings
7-47
Driver Attention Warning operation
7-47
Driver Attention Warning malfunction and limitations
7-49
Smart Cruise Control (SCC)
7-52
Smart Cruise Control settings
7-52
Smart Cruise Control operation
7-53
Smart Cruise Control malfunction and limitations
7-61
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control (NSCC)
7-66
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control settings
7-67
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control operation
7-67
Limitations of Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
7-69
Lane Following Assist (LFA)
7-72
Lane Following Assist settings
7-72
Lane Following Assist operation
7-73
Lane Following Assist malfunction and limitations
7-75
Highway Driving Assist (HDA)
7-75
Highway Driving Assist settings
7-76
Highway Driving Assist operation
7-77
Highway Driving Assist malfunction and limitations
7-79
Rear View Monitor (RVM)
7-82
Rear View Monitor settings
7-82
Rear View Monitor operation
7-83
Rear View Monitor malfunction and limitations
7-85
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA)
7-85
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist settings
7-86
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist operation
7-87
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist malfunction and limitations
7-90
Declaration Of Conformity
7-94
Front radar
7-94
Rear corner radar
7
7-95
7
Driver Assistance System
Forward
Notice
Collision-Avoidance
Due to the infotainment software version,
Assist (FCA) (Sensor
the description of each function of the
Fusion)
driver assistance system may differ from
the owner's manual.
Basic function
2C_FCABasicFunction
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist helps
detect a vehicle, a powered two-wheeler,
a pedestrian, or a cyclist ahead on the
road and may warn you of a possible
collision with a warning message on the
instrument cluster and a warning sound.
Also, Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
may assist with braking your vehicle to
help reduce collision speed or avoid a
collision.
Junction Turning function
2C_FCAJunctionTurningFunction
Junction Turning function can help avoid
a collision with an oncoming vehicle,
powered two-wheeler in an adjacent lane
when turning left at a crossroad with the
turn signal on by applying emergency
braking.
7-3
Driver Assistance System
Direct Oncoming function
Never install any accessories or stickers
on the front windshield, or tint the front
windshield.
Avoid exposing the front view camera
to moisture.
Never place any reflective objects (for
example, white paper, mirror) over the
dashboard.
Do not place any objects near the front
windshield or install any accessories on
the front windshield. It can affect the
2C_FCALaneChangeOncomingFunction
performance of the defogging and
[A] Oncoming vehicle
defrosting function of the climate
Direct Oncoming function helps reduce
control system, which may prevent the
the speed at the collision when a vehicle
Driver Assistance systems from
approaching from the opposite side is
operating.
detected.
Do not apply license plate frame or
objects, such as a bumper sticker, film
Detecting sensor
or a bumper guard, near the front radar
cover.
Do not change the position of the
license plate. The front radar's
detection and control performance
may be affected.
Always keep the front radar and cover
clean and free of dirt and debris.
Use only a soft cloth to wash the
vehicle. Do not spray pressurized water
directly on the sensor or sensor cover.
2C_FrontViewCameraRadar
If the radar or around the radar has
(1) Front view camera
been damaged or impacted in any way,
(2) Front radar
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
See the illustration above for the detailed
may not properly operate even though
location of the detecting sensors.
a warning message does not appear on
the instrument cluster. Have your
CAUTION
vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
Take the following precautions to
maintain optimal performance of the
Use only genuine parts to repair or
detecting sensor:
replace a damaged front radar cover.
Do not apply paint to the front radar
• Never disassemble the detecting
cover.
sensor or sensor assembly, or cause
any damage to it.
If a trailer or hitch mounted carrier is
attached, it may adversely affect the
• If the detecting sensors have been
performance of the Forward
replaced or repaired, have your vehicle
Collision-Avoidance Assist.
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
7-4
7
Forward Collision-Avoidance
Forward Safety Warning Timing
Assist settings
Forward Safety
2C_ForwardSafetyWarningTimingSetInfo
With the engine on, select Setup >
Vehicle > Driver Assistance > Driving
Safety > Forward Safety Warning Timing
2C_ForwardSafetySetInfo
settings menu in the infotainment system
With the engine on, select Setup >
to change the initial warning activation
Vehicle > Driver Assistance > Driving
time for Forward Collision-Avoidance
Safety from the settings menu in the
Assist. The warning time can be set to
infotainment system to set whether to
either Standard or Late
use each function.
• Use Standard in normal driving
• If "Forward Safety" is selected,
conditions. If the Warning Timing
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist will
seems sensitive, change it to Late.
warn the driver with a warning
- If Late is selected, Forward
message, an audible warning
Collision-Avoidance Assist, warns the
depending on the collision risk levels.
driver more slowly.
Braking assist will be applied
depending on the collision risk levels. If
CAUTION
"Forward Safety" is deselected,
Forward Safety will turn off. The
• Even though Standard is selected for
warning light (
) will illuminate on the
Warning Timing, if the front vehicle
instrument cluster.
suddenly stops, the warning may seem
late.
WARNING
• Select Late for Warning Timing when
traffic is light and when driving speed is
When the engine is restarted, Forward
slow.
Collision-Avoidance Assist will always
turn on. However, if "Forward Safety" is
deselected, the driver should always be
aware of the surroundings and drive
Information
safely.
When the engine is restarted, Forward
Safety Warning Timing maintains the last
setting.
CAUTION
The setting for Forward Safety includes
'Basic function', 'Junction Turning', and
'Direct Oncoming'.
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Driver Assistance System
Warning Method
• If the engine is restarted, Warning
Methods will maintain the last setting.
Forward Collision-Avoidance
Assist operation
Basic function
The basic function for Forward
Collision-Avoidance Assist is to warn and
help control the vehicle depending on the
2C_WarningTypeSetInfo_6
collision risk level: 'Collision Warning',
The Warning Methods can be set with the
'Emergency Braking' and 'Stopping
vehicle on.
vehicle and ending brake control'.
Warning Volume: Select Setup >
Vehicle > Driver Assistance > Warning
Collision Warning
Method > Warning Volume from the
settings menu in the infotainment
system to change the warning volume.
If you turn off the Warning Volume, for
your safety, the function may warn you
with a low volume.
Haptic Warning: Select Setup >
Vehicle > Driver Assistance > Warning
Method > Haptic Warning from the
settings menu in the infotainment
system to set haptic warning.
2C_SCCCollisionWarningInfo
Driving Safety Priority: Select Setup >
To warn the driver of a collision, the
Vehicle > Driver Assistance > Warning
"Collision Warning" warning message
Method > Driving Safety Priority from
appears and the (
) warning light blinks
the settings menu in the infotainment
on the instrument cluster with a warning
system.
sound and the steering wheel vibrates.
If Driving Safety Priority is selected,
• If a vehicle, powered two-wheeler is
the vehicle lowers all other audio
detected in front, the function will
volumes when the warning sounds for
operate when your vehicle speed is
safe driving.
about 6-124 mph (10-200 km/h).
• If a pedestrian or cyclist is detected in
Information
front, the function will operate when
your vehicle speed is about 6-53 mph
If you change the Warning Methods,
(10-85 km/h).
the Warning Methods of other Driver
Assistance systems may change.
The Warning Volume and Haptic
Warning cannot be turned off at the
same time. When one of the warning is
turned off the other is activated.
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7
Emergency Braking
Stopping vehicle and ending brake control
2C_FCABasicEmergencyBrakingInfo
2C_DriveCarefullyInfo
To warn the driver that emergency
When the vehicle is stopped due to
braking will be assisted, the "Emergency
emergency braking, the "Drive carefully"
Braking" warning message appears and
warning message will appear on the
the (
) warning light blinks on the
instrument cluster.
instrument cluster with a warning sound
For your safety, the driver should depress
and the steering wheel vibrates.
the brake pedal immediately and check
Emergency braking will operate under the
the surroundings.
following conditions.
• Brake control will end after the vehicle
• Vehicle or powered two-wheeler:
is stopped by emergency braking for
about 2 seconds.
Driving
Stopped
vehicle
vehicle
Light brake
About 6-124 mph
application
(10-200 km/h)
About
About
Strong brake
6-80 mph
6-47 mph
application
(10-130
(10-75
km/h)
km/h)
• Pedestrian or cyclist:
The function will operate when your
vehicle speed is about 6-40 mph (10-65
km/h).
WARNING
• The operating speed range may be
limited depending on the state of the
vehicle in front or the surroundings.
• During night driving, detection of
powered two-wheelers may degrade
and Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
may not operate properly or be
temporarily limited.
7-7
Driver Assistance System
Junction Turning function
In emergency braking situation, braking is
assisted with strong braking power to
Junction Turning function will warn and
help prevent collision with the oncoming
help control the vehicle depending on the
vehicle.
collision risk level: 'Collision Warning',
'Emergency Braking' and 'Stopping
• The function will operate when your
vehicle and ending brake control'
vehicle speed is about 6-19 mph (10-30
km/h) and the oncoming vehicle,
Collision Warning
powered two-wheeler speed is about
19-44 mph (30-70 km/h).
Stopping vehicle and ending brake control
2C_FCABasicCollisionWarningInfo
To warn the driver of a collision, the
"Collision Warning" warning message
appears and the (
) warning light blinks
2C_DriveCarefullyInfo
on the instrument cluster with a warning
• When the vehicle is stopped due to
sound and the steering wheel vibrates.
emergency braking, the "Drive
• The function will operate when your
carefully" warning message will appear
vehicle speed is about 6-19 mph (10-30
on the instrument cluster.
km/h) and the oncoming vehicle,
For your safety, the driver should
powered two-wheeler speed is about
depress the brake pedal immediately
19-44 mph (30-70 km/h).
and check the surroundings.
• Brake control will end after the vehicle
Emergency Braking
is stopped by emergency braking for
about 2 seconds.
2C_FCAJunctionTurningEmergencyBrakingInfo
To warn the driver that emergency
braking will be assisted, the "Emergency
Braking" warning message appears and
the (
) warning light blinks on the
instrument cluster with a warning sound
and the steering wheel vibrates.
7-8
7
Direct Oncoming function
In emergency braking situation, braking is
assisted with strong braking power to
Direct Oncoming function will warn and
help prevent collision with the oncoming
control the vehicle depending on the
vehicle.
collision risk level: 'Collision Warning',
'Emergency Braking', and 'Stopping
• The function will operate when your
vehicle and ending brake control'.
vehicle speed is about 6-80 mph
(30-130 km/h) and the oncoming
Collision Warning
vehicle speed is above about 6 mph (10
km/h).
Stopping vehicle and ending brake control
2C_SCCCollisionWarningInfo
To warn the driver of a collision, the
"Collision Warning" warning message
appears and the (
) warning light blinks
2C_DriveCarefullyInfo
on the instrument cluster with a warning
• When the vehicle is stopped due to
sound and the steering wheel vibrates.
emergency braking, the "Drive
carefully" warning message will appear
• The function will operate when your
on the instrument cluster.
vehicle speed is about 6-80 mph
(30-130 km/h) and the oncoming
For your safety, the driver should
vehicle speed is above about 6 mph (10
depress the brake pedal immediately
km/h).
and check the surroundings.
• Brake control will end after the vehicle
Emergency Braking
is stopped by emergency braking for
about 2 seconds.
CAUTION
• If your vehicle or the oncoming vehicle
is not driving straight, Direct Oncoming
function warning and control may be
late or may not operate.
• When driving at night, the motorcycle
recognition performance is degraded,
so the Forward Collision-Avoidance
2C_FCABasicEmergencyBrakingInfo
Assist may be temporarily limited or not
To warn the driver that emergency
work.
braking will be assisted, the "Emergency
Braking" warning message appears and
the (
) warning light blinks on the
instrument cluster with a warning sound
and the steering wheel vibrates.
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