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Convenience Features
Deleting your digital key (card key)
Linking/Unlinking profile
How to link user profile
1. Press theŲ button, and then select
User Profile > Link Digital Key
(Smartphone) in the infotainment
system.
2. Select "Link" to connect the registered
smartphone's digital key and the user's
profile.
3. Follow the instructions according to the
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message on the infotainment system
1. Turn on the vehicle with a smart key.
screen.
Have your smart key with you in the
vehicle.
How to unlink user profile
2. From the infotainment system, press
Press theŲ button, and then select
theŲ button, and then select
User Profile, and then deselect "Link
Vehicle > Digital Keys > NFC Card Key
Digital Key (Smartphone)" in the
> Delete.
infotainment system.
• The "Delete" button is disabled if
• Unlinking is possible only when user
there is no digital key (card key)
profile is linked.
registered.
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Personalized profile and vehicle
• User profile cannot be linked to both
settings
Driver 1 and Driver 2 that are connected
to single smartphone. Personalization
You can set the registered digital key
operates with the recently linked user
(smartphone) profiles for Driver 1 and
profile, and the previously linked user
Driver 2. When you use the digital key
profile will be automatically cancelled.
(smartphone), the vehicle can be set to
the user-defined personalized profile
• User profile link works only when the
(includes items such as vehicle settings
digital key is registered to the vehicle.
and audio preferences).
• Digital key (card key) cannot be linked
with a user profile.
• If the user profile linked digital key in
the smartphone is deleted, the digital
key should be re-registered and
personalized by linking the user profile
again.
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Vehicle personalization operation
Used Vehicle/Digital Key
• The personalization function linked
Maintenance
with digital key works when the profile
linked smartphone is placed on the
Purchasing used vehicle
outside door handle authentication pad
to lock or unlock the doors.
If any of the digital key devices
(smartphone key, card key) are registered
• The profile set by the digital key can be
in the vehicle, the "Digital key registered"
changed manually from the
message appears once on the
infotainment system.
infotainment system or instrument
• The personalization function using the
cluster when the Start/Stop button is in
digital key can be operated after linking
the ON position after unlocking the doors.
the digital key in the infotainment
When purchasing a used vehicle, make
system profile menu.
sure to check the message and delete the
• The personalization function works only
smartphone key and card key registered
when the vehicle is OFF or when the
by the previous user and inform the
vehicle is started remotely. If the
purchase of a used vehicle through
vehicle is not started remotely, the
Hyundai Customer Care Center.
personalization function does not work
If the card key comes with the vehicle,
with the digital key.
check whether it operates properly.
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Digital Key maintenance
User profile operation according to door
If you need to repair or replace your
lock/unlock system is as follows:
Digital Key system, make sure your
smartphone key is still active. You may
have to pair your phone again using the
Personalization
Bluelink app.
Item
Operation
Initial value
Guest
Profile linked
smartphone
Linked profile
key
Profile
unlinked
smartphone
key
Recently activated
profile
NFC card key
Smart key
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Convenience Features
Limitations of the System
Door Locks
• Bluelink app on the smartphone and
card key may not work if:
Operating Door Unlocks from
- Smartphone battery or the vehicle
battery is discharged.
Outside the Vehicle
- NFC or Bluetooth is turned off on the
smartphone settings.
Using the Smart key
- The card key is in a wallet or card
For more information, refer to the "Smart
holder, or overlapped with other
Key" section in this chapter.
cards.
- If you use a smartphone cover that
Using the mechanical key
uses wireless communication or is
made of metal, remove the
smartphone cover.
• The vehicle may not be controlled by
the smartphone if any of the following
occurs:
- Other smartphone functions (calls,
urgent call, audio or NFC payment),
apps, or wireless earphones are
operating.
- The Bluelink app function such as
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basic setting or app launching is
limited by the prior policy according
to the manufacturer.
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[A] Lock
[B] Unlock
To unlock:
1. Pull the door handle (1).
2. Press the release button (2) located
inside the cover with a mechanical key.
3. Carefully pull out the cover (3) while
continuing to press the release button
to remove the cover and expose the key
cylinder.
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4. Insert the mechanical key into the key
Operating Door Lock/Unlock
cylinder and rotate (4) clockwise to
from Inside the Vehicle
unlock the vehicle and
counterclockwise to lock the vehicle.
With the inside door handle
Once the doors are unlocked, they can
be opened by pulling the door handle.
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Only the driver's door can be
locked/unlocked using the mechanical
key.
NOTICE
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• When removing the key cylinder cover,
avoid scratching or breaking the plastic
Front door
material.
If the inner door handle is pulled when the
• If the key cylinder cover freezes and
door is locked, the door is unlocked and
cannot be removed easily, lightly tap on
opened.
the cover or try to warm the cover by
placing your hands around it and
Rear door
blowing warm air on it.
If the inner door handle is pulled once
• Do not apply excessive force to the
when the door is locked, the door is
door and door handle.
unlocked. If the inner door handle is
pulled once more, the door is opened.
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• In cold and wet climates, door lock and
door mechanisms may not work
properly due to freezing conditions.
• If the door is locked/unlocked multiple
times in rapid succession with either
the vehicle key or door lock switch, the
system may stop operating temporarily
in order to protect the circuit and
prevent damage to system
components.
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Convenience Features
With the central door lock/unlock
In case of an emergency
switch
Driver's door
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In case of emergency such as when the
2C_CentralDoorLockButton
battery is discharged, the only way to lock
Front passenger's door
the door(s) is with the mechanical key
from the outside key hole.
Doors without an outside key hole can be
locked as follows:
1. Open the door.
2. Insert a small blade tool (e.g.
screwdriver or similar) into the
emergency door lock hole and turn it
clockwise for left side door, or turn it
counterclockwise for right side door.
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3. Close the door securely.
When pressing the Ď portion (1) on the
switch, all vehicle doors are locked.
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• If any door is opened, the doors are not
If the electrical power door lock switch
locked even though the lock switch (1)
does not operate (e.g. discharged vehicle
of the door is pressed.
battery) and the liftgate is closed, you
When pressing the ď portion (2) on the
cannot open the liftgate until power is
switch, all vehicle doors are unlocked.
restored.
WARNING
• Always close and lock the doors while
the vehicle is moving. If the doors are
unlocked, the risk of being thrown from
the vehicle in a collision increases.
• Do not pull the inner door handle of the
driver's or passenger's door while the
vehicle is moving.
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Automatic Door Lock and
WARNING
Unlock Features
Do not leave the elderly, children, or
Your vehicle is equipped with features
animals unattended in your vehicle. An
that automatically locks or unlocks your
enclosed vehicle can become extremely
vehicle based on settings you select in the
hot and the elderly, unattended children
infotainment system.
or animals who cannot escape the vehicle
may be seriously injured or killed.
Automatically Lock Enable on shift
When this feature is set in the
infotainment system, all the doors are
WARNING
locked automatically when the vehicle is
Always park your vehicle properly.
shifted out of P (Park) while the vehicle is
Depress the brake pedal, change the gear
running.
to P (Park), apply the parking brake, press
the Start/Stop button to the OFF position,
Automatically Unlock Enable on
close all windows, lock all doors, and
Shift to P
always take the keys with you.
When this feature is set in the
infotainment system, all the doors are
unlocked automatically when the vehicle
WARNING
is shifted back to P (Park) while the
Be careful when opening doors and
vehicle is running.
watch for vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles,
or pedestrians approaching the vehicle to
Automatically Unlock On vehicle off
prevent serious injury or death.
When this feature is set in the
infotainment system, all the doors are
unlocked automatically when the vehicle
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is turned off.
To exit the vehicle if the power door lock
For detailed information, refer to the
does not function:
separately supplied infotainment system
manual.
• Operate the door unlock feature
repeatedly (both electronic and
manual) while simultaneously pulling
Additional unlock safety feature
on the door handle.
airbag deployment
• Operate the other door locks and
As an additional safety feature, all doors
handles.
are automatically unlocked when an
impact causes the airbags to deploy.
• Lower the driver's front window and
use the mechanical key to unlock the
door from outside.
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Convenience Features
Child-Protector Rear Door
Operating Conditions
Locks
Vehicle Auto-Shut Off timer activates
when the following conditions are met
• Not Auto-Shut Off timer reset condition
- Vehicle is not EV ready state(Only
Ignition On) or the utility mode on
- Gear Shift Other than P
- Stepped on the brake pedal of the
accelerator pedal
- Fastened driver's seat belt and
passenger's seat belt
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- Passenger's seat is occupied
The child safety lock is provided to help
- The vehicle moves(vehicle speed is
prevent children seated in the rear from
above 2 mph (3 km/h))
accidentally opening the rear doors.
- When Auto-Shut Off timer is left
The rear door safety locks must be used
10minutes, the user setting mode
whenever children are in the vehicle.
pops up in the instrument cluster.
The child safety lock is located on the
And you can check the time left. If
edge of each rear door. When the child
you push the 'OK' button, Auto-Shut
safety lock is in the lock position, the rear
off timer is reset.
door does not open if the inner door
handle is pulled.
To lock the child safety lock, insert a small
flat blade tool (e.g. screwdriver or similar)
into the slot and turn it to the lock position
as shown.
To allow a rear door to be opened from
inside the vehicle, unlock the child safety
lock.
WARNING
2C_AutoShutOffInfo
• Head unit is not updating
Never allow children to open the rear
doors while the vehicle is moving. They
• Outside of vehicle charging connector
may fall out of the vehicle. Make sure to
engaged or outside V2L used
use the rear door safety locks whenever
• If you want to deactivate auto-shut off
children are in the vehicle.
function during inside V2L, use the
Utility mode
Vehicle Auto-Shut Off
System Operation
Function
If the system is satisfied operating
If you forget to turn off the vehicle that EV
conditions after 90 minutes, vehicle shut
Drivable for a period of time, Vehicle
off automatically.
Shuts Off automatically to prevent waste
electric power.
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Theft-Alarm System
Information
This system helps to protect your vehicle
Do not lock the doors until all
and valuables. The horn sounds and the
passengers have left the vehicle. If a
hazard warning lights blinks continuously
door is opened after the system is
if any of the following occur:
armed, the alarm is activated.
• A door is opened without using the
If the vehicle is not disarmed with the
smart key.
smart key, open the doors using the
• The liftgate is opened without using the
mechanical key and start the vehicle by
smart key.
pressing the Start/Stop button with the
smart key.
• The hood is opened.
If the system is disarmed by unlocking
The alarm continues for 30 seconds, then
the vehicle, and a door or the liftgate is
the system resets. To turn off the alarm,
not opened within 30 seconds, the
unlock the doors with the smart key.
doors are relocked and the system is
The Theft Alarm System automatically
rearmed automatically.
sets 30 seconds after you lock the doors
and the liftgate. For the system to
activate, you must lock the doors and the
liftgate from outside the vehicle by doing
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one of the following:
• Using the smart key.
• Pressing the button on the outside door
handle with the smart key in your
possession. (available with button type)
• Touching the touch sensor on the
outside door handle with the smart key
in your possession. (available with
touch sensor type)
The hazard warning lights blink and the
2C_TheftAlarmLabel
chime sounds once to indicate the system
Vehicles equipped with a theft alarm
is armed.
system will have a label attached to the
Once the security system is set, opening
vehicle with the following words:
any door, liftgate, or hood without using
(1) WARNING
the smart key causes the alarm to
(2) SECURITY SYSTEM
activate.
The Theft Alarm System is not set if the
hood, liftgate, or door is not fully closed. If
the system is not set, check the hood,
liftgate, or doors are fully closed.
Do not attempt to modify this system or
add other devices to it.
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Convenience Features
Rear Occupant Alert
(ROA)
if equipped
Rear Occupant Alert is provided to help
prevent the driver from leaving with any
rear passenger left in the vehicle.
System setting
To use Rear Occupant Alert, it can be
2C_SteeringWheelOkButton
enabled in the infotainment system.
WARNING
Press theŲ button, and then select
Vehicle > Convenience > Rear Occupant
Always check the rear seats before you
Alert.
leave the vehicle.
The Rear Occupant Alert system does not
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actually detect the presence of objects or
occupants in the rear seat but just informs
The infotainment system may change
you to check the rear seat by using the
after software updates. For more
record of the rear door opening and
information, refer to the user’s manual
closing.
provided in the infotainment system and
the quick reference guide.
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System operation
The record of the rear door opening and
When you turn off the vehicle and open
closing resets only when the driver turns
the driver's door after opening and
the vehicle off and locks the vehicle door.
closing the rear door, the "Check rear
Even if the rear door has not been
seats for passengers and belongings"
reopened, an alert may occur if the door
warning message appears on the
record is not reset. For example, if the
instrument cluster.
driver opens the door and exits the
vehicle again without locking the door
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after the Rear Occupant Alert operates,
To turn the warning message off, press
the alert may occur again.
the OK button.
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• Motor noise may be heard when the
Steering Wheel
vehicle is at a stop or at a low driving
speed.
Motor Driven Power Steering
• When you operate the steering wheel in
low temperatures, abnormal noise may
(MDPS)
occur. If the temperature rises, the
The system assists you with steering the
noise will disappear. This is a normal
vehicle. If the vehicle is turned off or if the
condition.
power steering system becomes
• When an error is detected from MDPS,
inoperative, you may still steer the
the steering effort assist function will
vehicle, but it will require increased
not be activated in order to prevent
steering effort.
fatal accidents. Instrument cluster
If you notice any change in the effort
warning lights may be on or the
required to steer during normal vehicle
steering effort may be high. If these
operation, have the system inspected by
symptoms occur, drive the vehicle to a
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
safe area as soon as it is safe to do so.
Have the system inspected by an
CAUTION
authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon as
If Motor Driven Power Steering does not
possible.
operate normally, the E warning light
and the message "Check Power
Steering" will illuminate on the
Tilt/Telescopic Steering
instrument cluster. You may steer the
When adjusting the steering wheel to a
vehicle, but it will require increased
comfortable position, adjust the steering
steering efforts. Take the vehicle to an
wheel so that it points toward your chest,
authorized HYUNDAI dealer and have the
not toward your face. Make sure you can
system inspected as soon as possible.
see the instrument cluster warning lights
and gauges. After adjusting, push the
steering wheel both up and down to be
certain it is locked in position.
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Always adjust the position of the steering
During normal vehicle operation:
wheel before driving.
• The steering effort may be high
immediately after pressing the
WARNING
Start/Stop button to the ON position.
NEVER adjust the steering wheel while
This happens as the system performs
driving. This may cause loss of vehicle
the MDPS system diagnostics. When
control resulting in an accident.
the diagnostics are completed, the
steering wheel effort will return to its
normal condition.
NOTICE
• When the 12 V battery voltage is low,
you might have to put more steering
While adjusting the steering wheel
effort. However, it is a temporary
height, please do not push or pull it hard
condition so that it will return to normal
since the fixture can be damaged.
condition after charging the battery.
• A click noise may be heard from the
MDPS relay after the Start/Stop button
is in the ON or OFF position.
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Convenience Features
Manual adjustment
Steering Wheel Heater
if equipped
2C_AdjustSteeringWheelManual
To adjust the steering wheel angle and
2C_SteeringWheelWarmerButton
height:
When the Start/Stop button is in the ON
1. Pull down the lock release lever (1).
position or when the vehicle is in the
ready mode (¢ indicator ON), press the
2. Adjust the steering wheel to the desired
steering wheel heater button to warm the
angle (2) and distance forward/back
steering wheel. The indicator on the
(3).
button illuminates.
3. Pull up the lock release lever to lock the
• Manual temperature control
steering wheel in place.
Each time you press the button, the
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temperature changes as follows:
- OFF > HIGH > LOW
Sometimes the lock release lever may not
engage completely. Pull down on the lock
- Pressing the button when in LOW, the
release lever, readjust the steering wheel
heated steering wheel turns off.
again, and then pull back up on the lock
• Automatic temperature control
release lever to lock the steering wheel in
The heated steering wheel starts to
place.
automatically control the steering
wheel temperature after being
manually turned ON.
- When HIGH is manually selected:
The heated steering wheel
automatically changes to the LOW
position after 30 minutes. You can
turn off the heated steering wheel by
pressing the button to the OFF
position.
- When LOW is manually selected:
The heated steering wheel is not
controlled automatically.
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Haptic Warning/Steering
NOTICE
Wheel Vibration Warning
• Do not install any cover or accessories
If haptic steering wheel is available, the
on the steering wheel to prevent
Driver Assistance system vibrates the
damage to the heated steering wheel
steering wheel to warn the driver when
system.
the system indicates hazardous
• Do not strike the steering wheel surface
situations.
with a sharp-pointed object. This may
damage the heating element in the
steering wheel.
Setting haptic warning
With the vehicle on, press theŲ
button and then select:
Horn
Vehicle > Driver Assistance > Haptic
Warning in the infotainment system.
2C_Horn
To sound the horn, press the area
indicated by the horn symbol on your
steering wheel (see illustration). The horn
will operate only when this area is
pressed.
NOTICE
Do not strike the horn severely or hit it
with your fist. Do not press on the horn
with a sharp-pointed object.
NOTICE
Do not clean the steering wheel surface
with the following products:
• Organic solvents such as thinner,
alcohol and gasoline
• Chemical products such as leather
cleaner, coating agent, and wax
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Convenience Features
Day/night rearview mirror
Mirrors
if equipped
Inside Rearview Mirror
Before driving your vehicle, check to see
that your inside rearview mirror is
properly positioned. Adjust the rearview
mirror so that the view through the rear
window is properly centered.
WARNING
Make sure your line of sight is not
obstructed. Do not place objects in the
2C_InsideRearViewMirrorDayNight
rear seat, cargo area, or behind the rear
[A] Day
head restraints that may interfere with
[B] Night
your vision through the rear window.
Before driving at night, pull the day/night
lever toward you to reduce glare from the
headlights of the vehicles behind you.
WARNING
Remember that you lose some rearview
clarity in the night position.
To prevent serious injury during an
accident or deployment of the airbag, do
not modify the rearview mirror and do not
Electrochromic mirror
install a wide mirror.
if equipped
WARNING
Never adjust the mirror while driving. This
may cause loss of vehicle control
resulting in an accident.
NOTICE
2C_InsideRearViewMirrorECM
When cleaning the mirror, use a paper
[A] Sensor
towel or similar material dampened with
When the vehicle is ON (¢ indicator
glass cleaner. Do not spray glass cleaner
ON), the glare from vehicle headlights
directly on the mirror as this may cause
behind you is automatically controlled by
the liquid cleaner to enter the mirror
the sensor mounted in the rearview
housing.
mirror.
When the gear is shifted to R (Reverse),
the mirror automatically goes to the
brightest setting in order to improve the
driver's view behind the vehicle.
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Electrochromic mirror (ECM) with
Automatic-Dimming Night Vision Safety™
HomeLink® system
(NVS®) Mirror
if equipped
if equipped
Your vehicle may be equipped with a
The NVS® Mirror automatically reduces
Gentex Automatic-Dimming Mirror with
glare by monitoring light levels in the
an Integrated HomeLink® Wireless
front and the rear of the vehicle. Any
Control System.
object that obstructs either light sensor
will degrade the automatic dimming
During nighttime driving, this feature will
control feature.
automatically detect and reduce rearview
mirror glare. The HomeLink® Universal
For more information regarding NVS®
Transceiver allows you to activate your
mirrors and other applications, please
garage door(s), electric gate, home
refer to the Gentex website:
lighting, etc.
Your mirror will automatically dim upon
detecting glare from the vehicles
traveling behind you.
The mirror defaults to the ON position
each time the vehicle is started.
Integrated HomeLink® Wireless Control
System
The HomeLink® Wireless Control System
provides a convenient way to replace up
to three hand-held radio-frequency
2C_ECMHomelink
(1) HomeLink Channel 1
transmitters used to activate compatible
devices such as gate operators, garage
(2) HomeLink Channel 2
door openers, entry door locks, security
(3) HomeLink Channel 3
systems, and home lighting.
(4) Garage Door Opener Status Indicator:
Closing or Closed
NOTICE
(5) HomeLink Operation Indicator
HomeLink® operates while the Start/Stop
(6) Garage Door Opener Status Indicator:
button is in the ACC or ON position for
Opening or Opened
safety reasons. It is to prevent
(7) HomeLink User Interface Indicator
unintentional security problems from
happening when the vehicle is parked
outside the garage.
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Convenience Features
1. Programming HomeLink®
WARNING
The following steps show how to program
Before programming HomeLink® to a
HomeLink. If you have any questions or
garage door opener or gate operator,
are having difficulty programming your
make sure people and objects are out of
HomeLink buttons, refer to the HomeLink
the way of the device to prevent potential
website or call the HomeLink customer
harm or damage. Do not use the
support toll-free number. Do this, before
HomeLink® with any garage door opener
going back to the dealer who sold you the
that lacks the safety stop and reverse
vehicle.
features required by U.S. federal safety
• Visit the HomeLink website at:
standards (this includes any garage door
www.homelink.com. Then at the top of
opener model manufactured before April
the page, choose your vehicle make.
1, 1982). A garage door that cannot detect
Then watch the You Tube video, and/or
an object-signaling the door to stop and
access additional website information.
reverse-does not meet current U.S.
federal safety standards. Using a garage
• If you choose to access the website via
door opener without these features
your cell phone, scan the QR code.
increases the risk of serious injury or
death.
For more information, contact
HomeLink® at www.homelink.com, or call
Home-Link customer support at
2C_ECMHomelinkQR
1-800-355-3515.
• Or, call HomeLink customer support at
1-800-355-3515 (Please have the
It is also recommended that a new battery
vehicle make/model AND the opener
be replaced in the hand-held transmitter
device make/model readily available.)
of the device being trained to HomeLink®
for quicker training and accurate
1) Programming Preparation
transmission of the radio frequency.
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1. When programming a garage door
opener, it is advised to park the vehicle
outside of the garage.
2. It is recommended that a new battery
be placed in the hand-held transmitter
of the device being programmed to
HomeLink for quicker training and
accurate transmission of the
radio-frequency signal.
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3. Press the Start/Stop button to the ACC
5. Press and release the HomeLink button
(Accessory) position for programming
you are programming and observe the
of HomeLink.
indicator light.
2) Programming a New HomeLink®
• If the indicator light remains solid
green, your device should operate
when the HomeLink button is
pressed. At this point, if your device
operates, programming is complete.
• If the indicator light rapidly flashes
green, firmly press, hold for two
seconds and release the HomeLink
button up to three times in a row
slowly to complete the programming
process. Do not press the HomeLink
button rapidly. At this point if your
device operates, programming is
2C_ECMHomelink_3
complete. If the device does not
1. Press and release the HomeLink button
operate, continue with step 6.
(1), (2) or (3), you would like to program.
The HomeLink indicator light (7) will
6. At the garage door opener motor,
flash orange slowly (if not, perform the
(security gate motor, etc.) locate the
steps of "Erasing HomeLink Buttons"
'Learn', 'Smart', 'Set' or 'Program'
section, and start over).
button. This can usually be found where
the hanging antenna wire is attached to
the motor-head unit (see the device's
manual to identify this button). The
name and color of the button may vary
by manufacturer.
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2. Position the garage door opener
remote 1-3 in. (2-8 cm) away from the
HomeLink buttons.
3. While the HomeLink indicator light (7) is
flashing orange, press and hold the
handheld remote button. Continue
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[A] Learn button
pressing the handheld remote button
• A ladder and/or second person may
until the HomeLink indicator light (7)
simplify the following steps.
light changes from orange to green.
You may now release the handheld
7. Firmly press and release the 'Learn',
remote button.
'Smart', 'Set' or 'Program' button. You
now have up to 30 seconds in which to
4. Wait until your garage door comes to a
complete the next step.
complete stop, regardless of position,
before proceeding to the next steps.
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8.Return to the vehicle and firmly press,
1. In your vehicle, press and hold the
hold for two seconds and release, the
programmed HomeLink button for 2
HomeLink button up to three times in a
seconds, then release. Confirm that the
row slowly. Do not press the HomeLink
garage door is moving. AFTER it stops,
button rapidly. As soon as you see the
you will have one minute to complete
garage door start to move, stop
the following steps:
pressing any buttons until a few
• A ladder and/or second person may
seconds after the garage door has
simplify the following steps.
come to a complete stop, regardless of
2. On your garage door opener in your
position. At this point, programming is
garage, locate the 'Learn' button
complete and your device should
(usually near where the hanging
operate when the HomeLink button is
antenna wire is attached to the garage
pressed and released.
door opener). If there is difficulty
3) Two-Way Communication
locating this button, reference the
Programming (For select garage door
device's owner's manual.
openers)
3. Press and release the 'Learn' button.
If your garage door opener has the 'myQ'
4. A light on your garage door opener may
logo on its side, your opener likely has
flash, and your Two-Way
Two-Way Communication capability.
Communication indicators (4), (6) in
HomeLink has the capability to establish
your vehicle may flash, confirming
Two-Way Communication with your
completion of the process.
garage door opener. HomeLink can
5. Return to the vehicle and firmly press
receive and display "closing" or "opening"
and release the programmed
status messages from compatible garage
HomeLink button to activate your
door openers. At any time, Home-Link
garage door. The Two-Way
can also recall and display the last
Communication indicators (4), (6) flash
recorded status communicated by the
in orange when the door is moving. Do
garage door opener to indicate your
not make any additional button presses
garage door being "closed" or "opened".
until AFTER the garage door has come
To check if your garage door opener is
to a complete stop.
compatible with this feature, refer to
6. Your Two-Way Communication
programming is now complete.
ay-Communication. If your garage door
opener has this functionality, AND the
Two-Way Communication indicators (4),
(6) in the mirror appear while the garage
door is opening/closing, then no further
steps are needed. Two-Way
Communication Programming is already
complete. However, if your garage door
opener has this functionality, AND the
Two-Way Communication indicators (4),
(6) in the mirror DO NOT appear while the
garage door is opening/closing, use the
following instructions to enable this
functionality.
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2. Operating HomeLink®
Information
1) Operating HomeLink®
If your garage door opener has Two-Way
Communication functionality, it is
possible for HomeLink to stop functioning
the garage door shortly after initial
programming, IF the Two-Way
Communication Programming wasn't
properly completed. This usually happens
after the first 10 times a programmed
HomeLink button is pressed. If you
experience this, completing the
"Programming a New HomeLink Button"
and "Two-Way Communication
Programming" will restore door
2C_ECMHomelink_3
operation.
1. Press and release the desired
programmed HomeLink button (1, 2 or
3).
4) Canadian Programming
Information
Canadian radio-frequency laws require
transmitter remote signals to "time-out"
The HomeLink indicator (7) should light
(or quit) after a couple seconds of
green, solid or flashing, and your
transmission, which may not be long
programmed device should operate.
enough for HomeLink to pick up the
If your device does not operate, the
signal during programming.
HomeLink programming was not
If you live in Canada or you are having
successful, and you'll need to reprogram
difficulties programming a gate operator
the button.
or garage door opener by using the
programming procedures, replace
"Programming a New HomeLink Button"
2) Two-Way Communication Display
step 3 with the following:
Behavior
While the HomeLink indicator light (7) is
flashing orange, press and release
("cycle") your device's handheld remote
every two seconds until the HomeLink
indicator light (7) changes from orange to
green. You may now release the handheld
remote button. Then proceed with
"Programming a New HomeLink Button"
step 4.
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Convenience Features
1. Press and release one of the
3) Recalling Garage Door Status
programmed HomeLink buttons (1, 2 or
HomeLink mirror with Two-Way
3).
Communication provides a way to view
the last stored message from the garage
door opener. In order to recall the last
known status of the last activated device,
press the buttons "1 and 2" or "2 and 3"
simultaneously.
• If the indicator (4) appears solid Green,
it indicates that the last activated
device was "closed" properly.
• If the indicator (6) appears solid Green,
it indicates that the last activated
device was "open" properly.
2C_ECMHomelink_7
2. The indicator (4) and (6) operates as
3. Erasing HomeLink® Buttons
below, if your garage door opener has
Two-Way Communication
1) Erasing and Reprogramming a Single
functionality.
HomeLink® Button:
• If the indicator (4) flashes in Orange,
1. Press and hold the desired HomeLink
it indicates that the garage door is
button you want to re-program. DO
"Closing".
NOT release the button.
• The indicator (4) turns solid green
2. The HomeLink indicator light (7) will
once the garage door has closed.
illuminate solid green. Release the
button as soon as the HomeLink
• If the indicator (6) flashes in Orange,
indicator light (7) begins to flash
it indicates that the garage door is
orange, usually about 20 seconds.
"Opening".
3. Proceed with the steps in the
• The indicator (6) turns solid green
"Programming a New HomeLink
once the garage door has fully
Button" section.
opened.
• If the indicator (4) or (6) does not turn
Information
to green, it indicates that the last
If you do not complete the
status of garage door was not
re-programming of a new device to the
received properly. The HomeLink
button, it will revert to the previously
mirror tries to receive the last known
stored programming.
status of the garage door for a few
seconds.
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2) The following instructions will erase
FCC (USA) and ISED (Canada)
ALL HomeLink® programming from ALL
This device complies with FCC rules part
buttons:
15 and Innovation, Science, and
Economic Development Canada RSS-210.
Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) This device
must accept any interference that may be
received including interference that may
cause undesired operation. WARNING:
The transmitter has been tested and
complies with FCC and ISED rules.
Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for
2C_ECMHomelinkDelete
compliance could void the user's
1. Press and hold the buttons (1) and (3)
authority to operate the device.
simultaneously
This equipment complies with FCC and
2. The HomeLink indicator light (7) will
ISED radiation exposure limits set forth
illuminate solid Orange for about 10
for an uncontrolled environment. End
seconds
Users must follow the specific operating
instructions for satisfying RF exposure
3. Release the buttons once the
compliance. This transmitter must be at
HomeLink indicator light (7) changes to
least 20cm from the user and must not be
Green and flashes rapidly
co-located or operating in conjunction
4. Now all three HomeLink buttons (1), (2)
with any other antenna or transmitter.
and (3) are cleared of any programming
Information
HomeLink® and the HomeLink® House
logo are registered trademarks of Gentex
Corporation.
The myQ logo is a registered trademark of
The Chamberlain Group, Inc.
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Convenience Features
FCC (Htats-Unis) et ISED (Canada)
Cet appareil est conforme aux reglements
de la FCC, section 15, et au CNR-210
d'Innovation, Sciences et
Dhveloppement economique Canada. Le
fonctionnement est assujetti aux deux
conditions suivantes: (1) cet appareil ne
doit pas causer d'interferences nuisibles
et (2) cet appareil doit accepter toute
interference recue, y compris celle qui
pourrait entrainer un dysfonctionnement.
MISE EN GARDE: L'emetteur a subi des
tests et est conforme aux reglements de
la FCC et d'ISDE. Les changements ou
modifications non approuves
explicitement par la partie responsable de
la conformite pourraient rendre caduque
l'autorisation de l'utilisateur de se servir
du dispositif.
Cet appareil est conforme aux limites
d'exposition aux radiations de la FCC et
d'ISDE etablies pour un environnement
non controle. Les utilisateurs finaux
doivent respecter les instructions
d'utilisation specifiques pour satisfaire
aux exigences de conformite aux
expositions de RF. L'emetteur doit se
trouver a 20 cm au minimum de
l'utilisateur et ne doit pas etre situe au
meme endroit que tout autre emetteur ou
antenne ni fonctionner avec un autre
emetteur ou antenne.
Mejico
La operacion de este equipo esta sujeta a
las siguientes dos condiciones: (1) es
posible que este equipo o dispositivo
pueda no causar interferencia danina, y
(2) este dispositivo o dispositivos deben
aceptar cualquier interferencia, que
incluye la interferencia que puede causar
su operacion no deseada.
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HomeLink 5 Programing Flow Chart
1C_ECMHomelinkFlowChart
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Convenience Features
Side View Mirrors
NOTICE
• Do not scrape ice off the mirror face.
This may damage the surface of the
glass.
• If the mirror is jammed with ice, do not
adjust the mirror by force. Use an
approved de-icer (not radiator
antifreeze) spray, or a sponge or soft
cloth with very warm water, or move
the vehicle to a warm place and allow
the ice to melt.
2C_SideViewMirror
Your vehicle is equipped with both
• Do not clean the mirror with harsh
left-hand and right-hand side view
abrasives, fuel, or other petroleum
mirrors. The mirrors can be adjusted
based cleaning products.
remotely with mirror adjustment control
switch. Adjust the side view mirrors to
your desired position before driving. The
Adjusting the side view mirrors
side view mirrors can be folded manually
to help prevent damage when going
through an automatic car wash or when
passing through a narrow street.
Make sure to adjust the side view mirrors
to your desired position before you begin
driving.
WARNING
The right side view mirror is convex.
Objects seen in the mirror are closer than
2C_AdjustSideViewMirror
they appear.
Adjusting the side view mirrors:
Use the side view mirror or turn your head
1. Press the switch (1) to the L (left side) or
and look to determine the actual distance
R (right side) to select the side view
of other vehicles prior to changing lanes.
mirror you want to adjust.
2. Use the mirror adjustment control
switch (2) to position the selected
mirror up, down, left or right.
WARNING
3. After adjustment, press the switch (1) to
Do not adjust or fold the side view mirrors
the middle to prevent unintended
while driving. This may cause loss of
adjustment.
vehicle control resulting in a collision.
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Reverse Parking Aid
NOTICE
if equipped
• The mirrors stop moving when they
reach the maximum adjusting angles,
but the motor continues to operate
while the switch is pressed. Do not
press the switch longer than necessary,
because this can damage the motor.
• Do not adjust the side view mirrors by
force to prevent damage to the motor.
Folding the side view mirrors
2C_AutoReversetSideViewMirror
When the gear is shifted to the R
(Reverse) position, the side view mirrors
will rotate downwards to aid with driving
in reverse.
The state of the side view mirror switch (1)
determines whether or not the mirrors
move.
How it works
2C_SideViewMirrorFolding
• Left/Right : When the switch is pressed
to L or R, both side view mirrors move.
To fold the side view mirror, grasp the
housing of the mirror and then fold it
• Neutral : When both L or R is not
toward the rear of the vehicle.
pressed, the side view mirrors does not
move.
The side view mirrors automatically revert
to their original positions if any of the
following occur:
• The Start/Stop button is pressed to
either the OFF position or the ACC
position.
• The gear is shifted to any position
except R (Reverse).
• The side view mirror adjustment button
is not selected.
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Reverse parking aid user settings
mode
You may change the angle of the side
view mirror if it is difficult to see the rear
view with the basic downward mirror
angle provided when reversing.
When the vehicle is first delivered, the set
downward angle of the left and right side
view mirror are different to ensure driver
visibility.
1. Make sure the vehicle is stopped.
2. Depress the brake pedal and shift the
gear to R (Reverse). When L (Left) or R
(Right) switch is pressed, both side
view mirrors move downward to the
basic set position.
3. Press the L or R switch to select the side
view mirror you want to adjust. Then
press
,
,
,
switch to adjust the side
view mirror to the desired angle.
4. After adjusting the angle to save the
adjusted side view mirror angle, shift
the gear to another position other than
R (Reverse), or change the L and R
switch to the neutral position (L and R
switch is not pressed).
5. Set the other side view mirror following
the above procedure 1 to 4.
Resetting reverse parking aid user settings
mode
To change the side view mirror angle back
to the basic angle, shift the gear to R
(Reverse), and adjust the mirror angle
higher than when the gear is in P (Park), N
(Neutral) and D (Drive).
NOTICE
When changing the angle of both side
view mirrors, it is recommended to
change the angle one side at a time
following the procedure 1 to 4.
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Windows
Front / Rear
(1) Driver's door power window switch
(2) Front passenger's door power window switch
(3) Rear door (left) power window switch
(4) Rear door (right) power window switch
(5) Window opening and closing
(6) Automatic power window
(7) Power window lock switch
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Convenience Features
Power Windows
Auto up/down window
if equipped
The Start/Stop button must be in the ON
position to be able to raise or lower the
Pressing the power window switch
windows. Each door has a power window
momentarily to the second detent
switch to control the door's window. The
position (6) completely lowers or lifts the
driver has a Power Window Lock button
window even when the switch is released.
that can block the operation of rear
To stop the window at the desired
passenger windows. The power windows
position while the window is in operation,
operate for about 3 minutes after the
pull up or press down and release the
Start/Stop button is in the ACC or OFF
switch.
position. If the front doors are opened,
the battery power is turned OFF and the
WARNING
power windows do not operate.
• Do not leave the vehicle running and
the key in your vehicle with
Window opening and closing
unsupervised children. Unattended
children could operate the window,
which could result in serious injury.
• Do not extend your head, arms or any
other body parts or objects outside the
window while driving to avoid serious
injury.
Resetting the power windows
If the power windows do not operate
2C_WindowAutoReverse
normally, the automatic power window
system must be reset as follows:
To open:
1. Press the Start/Stop button to the ON
Press the window switch down to the first
position.
detent position (5). Release the switch
when you want the window to stop.
2. Close the window and continue pulling
up on the power window switch for at
To close:
least one second.
Pull the window switch up to the first
If the power windows do not operate
detent position (5). Release the window
properly after resetting, have the system
switch when you want the window to
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
stop.
dealer.
WARNING
Make sure body parts or other objects are
out of the way before closing the
windows. The automatic reverse feature
does not operate while resetting the
power window system.
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Automatic reversal
WARNING
if equipped
Make sure body parts or other objects are
safely out of the way before closing the
windows to avoid injuries or vehicle
damage.
Objects less than 0.16 in. (4 mm) in
diameter caught between the window
glass and the upper window channel may
not be detected by the automatic reverse
window and the window will not stop and
reverse direction.
2C_WindowEmergencyStop
If a window senses any obstacle while it is
Power window lock button
closing automatically, it stops and lowers
about 12 in. (30 cm) to allow the object to
be cleared.
If the window detects any resistance
while the power window switch is pulled
up continuously, the window stops
upward movement and then lowers about
1 in. (2.5 cm).
If the power window switch is pulled up
continuously again within 5 seconds after
the window is lowered by the automatic
2C_WindowLockButton
window reverse feature, the automatic
The driver can disable the power window
window reverse does not operate.
switches on the rear passenger doors by
pressing the power window lock button.
Information
When the power window lock button is
The automatic reverse feature is only
pressed:
active when the "Auto Up" feature is used
by fully pulling up the switch to the
• The driver's master control can operate
second detent.
all the power windows.
• The front passenger's control can
operate the front passenger's power
window.
NOTICE
• The rear passenger's control cannot
Do not install any accessories on the
operate the rear passengers' power
windows. The automatic reverse feature
window.
may not operate.
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Remote window opening function
WARNING
if equipped
Do not allow children to play with the
power windows. Keep the driver's door
power window lock button in the LOCK
position. Serious injury or death can result
from unintentional window operation by
a child.
NOTICE
• To prevent possible damage to the
2C_RemoteWindowOpenButton
power window system, do not open or
Press and hold the Door Unlock (1) button
close two windows or more at the same
on the smart key for more than 3 seconds
time. This also ensures the longevity of
and the windows move down after the
the fuse.
doors are unlocked. Window movement
• Never try to operate the main switch on
stops when you release the door unlock
the driver's door and the individual door
button.
window switch in opposite directions at
the same time. If this is done, the
Information
window stops and cannot be opened or
closed.
• The remote window opening feature
operates only with the Safety Power
Windows equipped.
• The remote window opening feature
may abruptly stop when you move
away from your vehicle during
operation. Stay in close proximity from
your vehicle, while monitoring the
window movement.
• The doors unlock when the windows
are opened using the remote window
opening feature.
NOTICE
Do not leave the windows down when
leaving the vehicle to prevent theft or
damage from water entering the vehicle.
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Wide Sunroof
Power Sunshade
if equipped
If your vehicle is equipped with a sunroof,
you can slide or tilt your sunroof with the
sunroof switch located on the overhead
console.
2C_WideSunroofSunblindOpen
Use the power sunshade to block direct
sunlight coming through the sunroof
glass.
• Push the sunroof switch rearward to the
first detent position, the power
2C_WideSunroofButtonOverview
sunshade automatically slides open.
The sunroof can only be operated when
• Push the sunroof switch forward to the
the Start/Stop button is in the ON or
first detent position, the power
START position.
sunshade automatically closes. If the
The sunroof can be operated for about 3
sunroof glass is open, the glass closes
minutes after the Start/Stop button is in
and then the sunshade closes.
the ACC or OFF position. If the front door
To stop the power sunshade at any point,
is open, the sunroof cannot be operated
push the sunroof switch in any direction.
even within the 3 minute period.
NOTICE
WARNING
Do not pull or push the power sunshade
To prevent serious injury or death:
by hand to prevent damage.
• Adjust the sunroof or sunshade when
your vehicle stops.
• Do not leave the vehicle running and
the key in your vehicle with
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unsupervised children. Unattended
Wrinkles formed on the power sunshade
children could operate the sunroof.
are normal due to material characteristic.
• Do not sit on the top of the vehicle.
NOTICE
Do not operate the sunroof when roof
bars are installed on the vehicle or when
there is luggage on the roof.
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Convenience Features
Tilt Open/Close
Slide Open/Close
2C_WideSunroofTiltOpen
2C_WideSunroofSlideOpen
• Push the sunroof switch up and sunroof
• Push the sunroof switch rearward to the
glass tilts open. If the power sunshade
first detent position. The sunroof glass
is closed, the sunshade opens first and
opens. If the power sunshade is closed,
then the sunroof tilts.
the power sunshade opens first and
then the sunroof glass opens.
• Push the sunroof switch up or forward
when the sunroof glass is tilt opened.
Push the sunroof switch forward to the
The sunroof glass automatically closes.
first detent position. The sunroof glass
closes. If the sunroof glass is closed, the
To stop the sunroof movement at any
power sunshade closes.
point, push the sunroof switch in any
direction.
• Push the sunroof switch forward or
rearward to the second detent position.
The power sunshade and sunroof glass
operate automatically (auto slide
feature). To stop the sunroof
movement at any point, push the
sunroof switch in any direction.
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Automatic Reversal
NOTICE
• Do not continue to push the sunroof
switch after the sunroof is fully opened,
closed, or tilted. Damage to the sunroof
motor may occur or may cause the
sunroof system to malfunction.
• Using the sunroof for a long time may
make noise caused by dust
accumulated between the sunroof and
vehicle body. Open the sunroof and
remove dust regularly using a clean
2C_WideSunroofAutoReverse
cloth.
If the power sunshade or sunroof glass
senses any obstruction while closing, it
• Do not try to open the sunroof when the
reverses direction then stops.
temperature is below freezing or when
the sunroof is covered with snow or ice.
The automatic reverse function may not
Otherwise, the motor may be damaged.
work if a thin or soft object is caught
In a cold and wet weather, the sunroof
between the power sunshade or sliding
may not work properly.
sunroof glass and sunroof sash.
• Do not open or drive with the sunroof
WARNING
glass open immediately after rain or
washing the vehicle. Water may wet the
• Make sure that heads, hands, arms or
interior of the vehicle.
any other body parts or objects are out
• Do not extend any cargo outside the
of the way before operating the
sunroof while driving.
sunroof. Body parts or objects may get
caught causing injuries or vehicle
damage.
• Never deliberately use your body parts
WARNING
to test the automatic reverse feature.
Do not extend your head, arms, body
parts or objects outside the sunroof while
driving. Injuries may occur if the vehicle
suddenly stops.
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Convenience Features
Resetting the Sunroof
Information
If the sunroof is not reset after the vehicle
battery is disconnected or discharged, or
the sunroof fuse is blown, the sunroof
may not operate normally.
Sunroof Open Warning
2C_WideSunroofInitialize
In some circumstances resetting the
sunroof operation may need to be
performed. Some instances where
resetting the sunroof may be required
include:
• When the 12 V battery is either
disconnected or discharged
2C_SunroofOpenWarning
• When the sunroof fuse is replaced
If the driver turns off the vehicle when the
• If the sunroof one-touch AUTO
sunroof is not fully closed, the warning
OPEN/CLOSE operation is not
chime sounds for several seconds and the
functioning properly
sunroof open warning appears on the
To reset the sunroof:
cluster display.
1. Start the vehicle in P (Park).
Close the sunroof securely when leaving
your vehicle.
2. Make sure the power sunshade and
sunroof glass are in the fully closed
NOTICE
position.
3. Release the switch when the power
Do not leave sunroof open when leaving
sunshade and sunroof glass is fully
the vehicle to prevent theft or damage
closed.
from water entering the vehicle.
4. Push the switch forward until the power
sunshade and sunroof glass moves
slightly. Then release the switch.
5. Push and hold the sunroof switch
forward again until the power sunshade
and sunroof glass slide open and close.
Do not release the switch until the
operation is completed. If you release
the switch, start again from step 2.
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Hood
Closing the Hood
1. Before closing the hood, check in and
around the motor compartment to
Opening the Hood
ensure the following:
1. Park the vehicle and apply the parking
• Any tools or other loose objects have
brake.
been removed.
2. Pull the release lever to unlatch the
• All gloves, rags, or other combustible
hood. The hood pops open slightly.
material have been removed.
• All filler caps are tightly and correctly
installed.
2. Lower the hood until it is about 12 in. (30
cm) above the closed position and then
let it drop.
3. Check the hood has locked properly. If
the hood is raised slightly, open it again
and drop it from a little higher. Check
again.
2C_HoodOpenLever
WARNING
3. Go to the front of the vehicle, raise the
• Before closing the hood, ensure all
hood slightly, push up the secondary
obstructions are removed from around
hood release lever (1) inside of the hood
the hood opening.
center and lift the hood (2).
• Always double check to make sure that
the hood is firmly latched before driving
away. Check there is no hood open
warning light or message displayed on
the instrument cluster. Driving with the
hood open may cause a total loss of
visibility, resulting in a collision.
• Do not move the vehicle with the hood
raised. It may block your vision and may
result in a collision.
2C_HoodOpen
After the hood has been lifted halfway,
it will raise completely by itself.
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Convenience Features
Front Trunk
NOTICE
• Do not exceed the luggage volume
capacity of the front trunk. The
Opening the Front Trunk
overweighted front trunk can be
1. Open the hood.
severely damaged.
2. Pull up the release lever (1) and open
• Do not store the fragile objects in the
the cover of the front trunk.
front trunk.
• Always keep the front trunk cover
closed securely while driving. Items
inside your vehicle are moving as fast
as the vehicle. If you have to stop or
turn quickly, or if there is a collision, the
items can be damaged.
• Do not spray water in the front trunk.
Vehicle driving system may get
damaged since the front trunk is
located at the center of motor
2C_FrontTrunk
compartment.
Information
• Be careful when you store any liquid in
the front trunk. If liquid leak outside the
The maximum acceptable weight is 22
front trunk, it will cause a damage to
lbs. (10 kg).
the electric devices in the motor
compartment.
Closing the Front Trunk
1. Never make an attempt to get inside
NOTICE
the front trunk. It may cause serious or
fatal injuries.
To avoid possible theft, do not leave
2. Before closing the hood, ensure all
valuables in the storage compartments.
obstructions are removed from around
the hood opening. The hood will rise up
or move down automatically if the
height is not firmly adjusted. Be aware
of the damage caused by the
unintended hood movements.
3. Press down on the front trunk cover
slightly to close it.
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.
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Liftgate
WARNING
Opening the Liftgate
Opening from outside
2C_GasLift
Always close the liftgate before driving.
Do not grab or hold on to the liftgate
support struts or they may be damaged.
Deformation of the liftgate support struts
2C_OutsideTailgateOpenButton
may result in vehicle damage and
personal injury.
Make sure the vehicle is in P (Park) and
apply the parking brake.
To open do one of the following:
• Unlock all doors with the Door Unlock
WARNING
button on your smart key. Press the
Never allow anyone to occupy the cargo
liftgate open button and open the
area of the vehicle at any time. If the
liftgate.
liftgate is partially or totally latched and
• Press and hold the liftgate open button
the person cannot get out, serious injury
on the smart key to unlock the liftgate.
or death may occur due to lack of
Then press the liftgate open button on
ventilation, exhaust fumes, and rapid heat
the vehicle and open the liftgate.
build-up, or due to exposure to cold
weather conditions. The cargo area is also
• With the smart key in your possession,
a very dangerous location in the event of
press the liftgate open button and open
a collision because it is part of the
the liftgate.
vehicle's crush zone.
Closing the Liftgate
Lower the liftgate lid and press down until
it locks. Always check it is secure by
pulling on the handle.
WARNING
Always keep the liftgate completely
closed while the vehicle is moving. If it is
left open or ajar, poisonous exhaust gases
containing carbon monoxide (CO) may
enter the vehicle and serious injury or
death may result.
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Convenience Features
Emergency Liftgate Safety
Power Liftgate
Release
if equipped
Power Liftgate Operating
Conditions
The power liftgate operates when the
gear is in P (Park) with the Start/Stop
button is in the ON position. The liftgate
operates regardless of the gear position
when the vehicle is off.
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WARNING
To unlock and open the liftgate manually
• Never leave children or animals
from inside the cargo area, perform the
unattended in your vehicle. Children
following:
may operate the power liftgate that
1. Insert a long, flat object, such as a key
could result in serious injury or property
into the opening at the bottom of the
damage.
liftgate.
• Make sure that there are no people or
2. Slide the latch in the direction of the
objects in the path of the power liftgate
arrow to unlock the liftgate.
or smart liftgate before use. Serious
3. Push the liftgate open.
injury, damage to the vehicle or
damage to surrounding objects (for
WARNING
example, walls, ceilings, vehicles, etc.)
may result if contact with the liftgate
• Never allow anyone to occupy the
occurs.
cargo area of the vehicle at any time.
The cargo area is a very dangerous
location in the event of a collision
because it is part of the vehicle's crush
zone.
• Use the release lever for emergencies
only.
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Do not operate the power liftgate under
NOTICE
the following conditions. The power
Do not close or open the power liftgate
liftgate may not operate properly.
manually. This may cause damage to
- One side of the vehicle is lifted to
the power liftgate. If it is necessary to
inspect the vehicle or change a tire.
close or open the power liftgate
- Parking on an uneven road such as a
manually when the battery is
slope, etc.
discharged or disconnected, do not
apply excessive force.
Close the liftgate completely and lock
all doors and liftgate using the central
Do not operate the power liftgate more
door lock button before using an
than 10 times continuously when the
automatic car wash.
vehicle is not running. Use the power
liftgate with the vehicle running when
Do not spray high pressure water
the power liftgate is used repeatedly to
directly on the power liftgate outside
prevent battery discharge.
open/close button. The liftgate may
open unintentionally.
Do not leave the liftgate open for a long
period of time. This may drain the
battery.
The power liftgate may not operate if
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the liftgate is left open for a long time. If
In cold and wet climates, the outside
it does not work, close it manually to
power liftgate open button may not
the end at a slow pace.
work properly due to freezing
Do not apply excessive force when the
conditions. If this occurs, remove the
power liftgate is operating. Doing so
ice before using the outside power
could result in vehicle damage.
liftgate open/close button or use the
power liftgate open/close button on
Always close the liftgate before driving.
the smart key or the instrument panel.
Do not grab or hold on to the liftgate
support struts or they may be
If you leave the smart key in the liftgate
damaged. Deformation of the liftgate
and close the liftgate, a warning sounds
support struts may result in vehicle
for a few seconds. If this occurs, open
damage and personal injury.
the liftgate by pressing the power
liftgate open button on the outside of
the liftgate.
If there are obstacles such as snow on
the liftgate, the liftgate may not open
automatically. After removing the
obstacle, try to open it again.
Be careful where there is an incline, as
the liftgate lid may drop slightly when it
is stopped before it fully opens.
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• Do not modify or repair any part of the
power liftgate by yourself. Contact an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Convenience Features
Operating the Power Liftgate
While the liftgate is opening, press the
button to stop power liftgate operation.
When the liftgate is opened, press and
Power liftgate open/close button
hold the power liftgate open/close button
(Smart key, instrument panel)
to close the liftgate. If you release the
Type A
button while the liftgate is closing, power
liftgate operation stops with a warning
sound for 5 seconds.
Also, if the smart key is not within
operation range from the vehicle, liftgate
operation stops with a warning sound for
5 seconds.
Power liftgate open/close button
(Outside the power liftgate)
Type B
2C_OutsideTailgateOpenButton
When the liftgate is closed, press the
power liftgate open/close button to open
Instrument panel
the liftgate.
If the vehicle is locked, press the power
liftgate open/close button with the smart
key in your possession.
If the liftgate is unlocked, the liftgate
opens or closes with a warning sound
when the power liftgate open/close
button is pressed without carrying the
smart key.
When the liftgate is closed, press the
power liftgate open/close button for 1
second. The liftgate opens with a warning
sound.
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Power liftgate close button (Inside
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the power liftgate)
The power liftgate may stop operating if
the automatic reverse feature operates
more than two times while attempting to
open or close the liftgate. If this occurs,
carefully open or close the liftgate
manually, and then after 30 seconds try to
operate the power liftgate automatically
again.
Setting the Power Liftage
2C_PowerTailgateTrimTailgateOpenButton
Press the power liftgate open/close
To use each feature, you must select the
button. The liftgate opens or closes
opening speed or opening height.
automatically.
Deselect the settings when you do not
want to use the feature.
Automatic reversal
Power liftgate opening speed
During power liftgate operation if the
power liftgate senses any obstacle, the
To adjust the power liftgate opening
liftgate stops or fully opens. The
speed, press theŲ button, and then
automatic reverse feature may not
select Vehicle > Door > Power Liftgate
operate properly, or it may operate
Opening Speed in the infotainment
unexpectedly under the following
system.
circumstances:
• The automatic reverse feature may not
Power liftgate opening height
detect the resistance if the detected
To adjust the power liftgate opening
resistance is below a certain level, or if
height, Press theŲ button, and then
the liftgate is almost fully closed near
select Vehicle > Door > Power Liftgate
the latched position.
Opening Height in the infotainment
• The automatic reverse feature may
system.
operate if a strong impact is applied
with no obstructions placed.
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The infotainment system may change
WARNING
after software updates. For more
Never deliberately place any object or use
information, refer to the manual provided
your body part to test the automatic
in the infotainment system and the quick
reverse feature.
reference guide.
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Convenience Features
User height setting
Resetting the Power Liftgate
1. Position the liftgate manually to the
To reset the power liftgate:
height you prefer.
1. With the vehicle turned off or on, put
2. Press the power liftgate open/close
the gear in P (Park).
button located inside the liftgate for
2. Press the power liftgate open/close
more than 3 seconds.
inner button and outer button
If User Height Setting is selected for the
simultaneously until a chime sounds.
power liftgate opening height, the power
3. Slowly close the liftgate manually.
liftgate will automatically open to the
height manually set by you.
4. Press the power liftgate open/close
outer button. The liftgate will open with
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a chime sound.
Wait until the liftgate fully opens to
• If the power liftgate opening height has
complete resetting. If the liftgate stops
not been manually set, the power
before it is fully open, resetting cannot
liftgate will fully open when User
be completed.
Height Setting in the infotainment
system is selected.
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• If one of the height setting (Full
open/Level 3/Level 2/Level 1) is
• If the power liftgate is not reset after
selected in the infotainment system,
the vehicle battery is disconnected or
and then User Height Setting is
discharged, or the power liftgate fuse is
selected, the liftgate opens to the
blown, the power liftgate may not
height manually set by you.
operate normally.
• The power liftgate opening speed and
• If the power liftgate does not operate
opening height settings change
properly after the above procedure,
according to the linked User Profile. If
have the system inspected by an
the User Profile is changed, power
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
liftgate opening speed and opening
height settings change accordingly.
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Emergency Liftgate Safety
Smart Liftgate
Release
if equipped
2C_EmergencyPowerTailgateOpen
2C_SmartTailGate
To unlock and open the liftgate manually
On a vehicle equipped with a smart key,
from inside the cargo area, perform the
the liftgate can be opened with
following:
hands-free activation using the smart
1. Insert a long, flat object, such as a key
liftgate system.
into the opening at the bottom of the
liftgate.
Using Smart Liftgate
2. Slide the latch in the direction of the
arrow to unlock the liftgate.
The hands-free smart liftgate system can
used when:
3. Push the liftgate open.
• The smart liftgate option is enabled in
WARNING
theŲ menu in the infotainment
system.
• Never allow anyone to occupy the
liftgate of the vehicle at any time. The
• The smart liftgate is activated 15
cargo area is a very dangerous location
seconds after all the doors are closed
in the event of a collision because it is
and locked.
part of the vehicle's crush zone.
• The smart liftgate opens when the
• Use the release lever for emergencies
smart key is detected in the area behind
only.
the vehicle for 3 seconds.
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The smart liftgate does not operate when:
• A door is not locked or closed.
• The smart key is detected within 15
seconds from when the doors were
closed and locked.
• The smart key is detected within 15
seconds after the doors are closed and
locked, and within 60 in. (1.5 m) from
the front door handles. (for vehicles
equipped with Welcome Mirror).
• The smart key is in the vehicle.
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Convenience Features
1. Settings
Deactivating Smart Liftgate
To use smart liftgate, it must be
If you press any button on the smart key
enabled in the infotainment system.
during the Detect and Alert stage, the
Press theŲ button and then select:
smart liftgate is deactivated.
Vehicle > Door > Smart Liftgate
Using the Smart key:
If you press the door unlock button, the
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smart liftgate is deactivated
The infotainment system may change
temporarily. If you do not open any
after software updates. For more
door for 30 seconds, the smart liftgate
information, refer to the user's manual
is activated again.
provided in the infotainment system
If you press the liftgate open button for
and the quick reference guide.
more than 1 second, the liftgate opens.
The smart liftgate is still activated if you
2. Detect and Alert
press the door lock button or liftgate
open/close button as long as the smart
The smart liftgate detecting area
liftgate is not in the Detect and Alert
extends about 20-40 in. (50-100 cm)
stage.
behind the vehicle. If you are
positioned in the detecting area and are
carrying the smart key, the hazard
warning lights blink and the chime
sounds before opening.
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If you unintentionally enter the
detecting area and the hazard warning
lights and chime starts, move away
from the vehicle with the smart key.
The liftgate remains closed.
3. Automatic opening
After the hazard warning lights blink
and the chime sounds 6 times, the
smart liftgate opens.
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Detecting Area
Electric Charging Door
Opening the Electric Charging
Door
2C_SmartTailgateSensingRange
The smart liftgate detecting area
extends about 20-40 in. (50-100 cm)
behind the vehicle. If you are
positioned in the detecting area and are
carrying the smart key, the hazard
The driver can open and close the
warning lights blinks and the chime
charging door with the following
sounds for about 3 seconds to alert you
methods:
that the liftgate opens.
1. Turn the vehicle off.
The alert stops once the smart key is
2. With the vehicle door unlocked, press
moved outside of the detecting area
the
ō symbol (1) to open the charging
within the 3 second period.
door.
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• The charging door opens (2).
3. Open the charging inlet cover and
Smart liftgate may not operate properly
charge the vehicle.
if any of the following occur:
- The smart key is close to a radio
NOTICE
transmitter such as a radio station or
an airport which can interfere with
Do not pry on the charging door or use
normal operation of the transmitter.
unauthorized tools to open the charging
door.
- The smart key is near a mobile two
way radio system or a mobile phone.
- Another vehicle's smart key is being
operated close to your vehicle.
- The temperature drops below zero
degree.
Smart liftgate detecting area may
change when:
- The vehicle is parked on an incline or
slope.
- One side of the vehicle is raised or
lowered relative to the opposite side.
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Convenience Features
Closing the Electric Charging
Over-The-Air Software
Door
Update
The Over-The-Air software update
feature allows you to wirelessly update
software to the latest version. Using this
feature, you can keep your vehicle system
up to date with the latest software.
Downloading Software
The latest software can be downloaded
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automatically while driving. After the
1. Close the charging inlet cover properly.
latest software has been successfully
downloaded, you will receive a
2. Close the charging door, press lightly to
notification on your phone or the vehicle
position it, and make sure it is securely
screen that the software update and
closed.
ready to install.
For more information, refer to the
"Charging Your Electric Vehicle" section
in chapter 1.
Approving Software Update
NOTICE
• If the charging door does not open or
close because ice has formed around it,
tap lightly or push on the door to break
the ice and release the door.
• Make sure that the charging door is
closed before driving the vehicle. If the
charging door is opened, mechanical
parts of the charging door can be
damaged.
2C_OTAUpdateApprove
• After closing the charging door, be sure
After the vehicle is turned off, the vehicle
to check the warning light is off.
system allows you to start the update.
• After charging the vehicle, close the
• To start the update, press 'Start' (1).
charging inlet properly. If not, the
charging inlet and the charging door
• To postpone the update, press 'Later'
can be damaged.
(2).
• While washing the vehicle, do not spray
high pressure water to the charging
door directly. The high pressure can
damage the charging door.
• Do not hold the hinge. It may damage
the charging door.
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Preparing Software Update
Updating Software
If you press the Start button on the
screen, the vehicle begins installing the
update automatically. The following
conditions must be satisfied:
• The vehicle must be off.
• The gear must be in P (Park).
• The Electronic Parking Brake (EPB)
must be applied.
• The exterior lights must be turned off.
• The hood must be closed.
2C_OTAUpdate
• The battery must be sufficient.
You can see the progress of the update on
• The systems to be updated must not be
the screen.
running.
After the update is complete, you will
receive a notification on your phone or
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the vehicle screen that the software
The battery and system status are
update is complete.
automatically checked by the vehicle.
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The screen turns off automatically after 3
minutes to save the battery. If the screen
turns off automatically, you can check the
update progress by pressing the
Start/Stop button.
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• After the update starts, you can exit the
vehicle.
• The OTA software update feature is
2C_OTAUpdatePreparing
only available for HYUNDAI Connected
• To update immediately, press Update
Services users.
Now.
• The update details may vary depending
• To cancel the update, press Cancel
on the installed software version.
Update.
• Check the notice for the OTA software
update on the HYUNDAI brand web.
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Convenience Features
• If the update fails, the update recovery
The update is automatically canceled if
will automatically proceed. If you want
any vehicle conditions required for the
to retry the software update, even after
update are changed before starting the
a successful recovery, contact an
update.
authorized HYUNDAI Call Center.
Once the update has started, you
• If the update or recovery fails, contact
cannot cancel the update.
an authorized HYUNDAI Call Center.
Do not touch the internal electrical
• After the update is complete, it may
components during software updates.
provide new functions or
The high voltage related modules for
improvements. For more information,
charging the 12 V battery may operate
see the "Over-The-Air Software
during software updates. (for EV only)
Update" page on the HYUNDAI web or
You cannot use the OTA software
scan the QR code on the screen.
update feature if you modify or replace
any vehicle software.
Do not open the hood or replace the
NOTICE
battery in the vehicle during the
update. The update may fail.
• Observe the following restrictions
If a diagnostic tool of any kind is
during the update.
connected to the vehicle OBD
- You cannot use the vehicle during the
(On-board Diagnostic) terminal, the
update. Be sure to have enough time
vehicle cannot be updated. The vehicle
for the update, and safely park the
can be updated by removing the
vehicle before starting the update
diagnostic tool connected to the OBD
process.
terminal and then restarting the
- You cannot use remote features,
vehicle.
including remote start.
If the update is not complete
- Vehicle charging is not available. For
successfully, contact HYUNDAI.
electrified vehicles, charge the
vehicle after the update is
completed.
- Check the update notice for the
digital key. The digital key's door
lock/unlock function may not work
while the digital key is being updated.
Use the smart key to lock or unlock
the doors.
- The Rear Occupant Alert feature may
not work. Check if there are any
occupant in the rear seat. (Vehicles
with that function)
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AUTO headlight
Exterior Lights
Lighting Control
To operate the lights, turn the knob at the
end of the control lever to one of the
following positions:
2C_LightSwitchAutoPosition
The parking light and headlight are turned
ON or OFF automatically depending on
the amount of daylight as measured by
the ambient light sensor (1) in front of the
instrument panel.
2C_LightSwitchOverview
Even with the AUTO headlight feature in
(1) OFF
operation, it is recommended to manually
(2) AUTO light
turn ON the headlights when driving at
night or in a fog, driving in the rain, or
(3) Parking light
when you enter dark areas, such as
(4) Headlight
tunnels and parking facilities.
NOTICE
• Do not cover or spill anything on the
sensor (1) located in front of the
instrument panel.
• Do not clean the sensor using a window
cleaner, the cleanser may leave a light
film which could interfere with sensor
operation.
• If your vehicle has window tint or other
types of metallic coating on the front
windshield, the AUTO headlight system
may not work properly.
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Parking light (_
)
High Beam Operation
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2C_HighBeamOn
The parking light, license plate light, and
To turn on the high beam headlight, push
instrument panel lamp are turned ON.
the lever away from you. The lever returns
to its original position.
The high beam indicator illuminates when
Headlight (^)
the headlight high beams are switched
on.
To turn off the high beam headlight, pull
the lever towards you. The low beams
turn on.
WARNING
Do not use high beam when there are
other vehicles approaching you. Using
high beam could obstruct the other
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driver's vision.
The headlight, parking light, license plate
light and instrument panel lamp are
turned ON.
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The Start/Stop button must be in the ON
position to turn on the headlight.
2C_HighBeamFlash
To flash the high beam headlight, pull the
lever towards you, then release the lever.
The high beams remain ON as long as you
hold the lever.
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Turn Signals and Lane Change
Battery Saver Function
Signals
To prevent the battery from being
discharging, the system automatically
turns off the parking light when the driver
turns the vehicle off and opens the
driver's door.
With this feature, the parking lights turn
off automatically if the driver parks on the
side of road at night.
To keep the lights on when the vehicle is
turned off:
• Turn the parking lights OFF and ON
2C_TurnSignalSwitch
again using the headlight switch.
To signal a turn, push down on the lever
for a left turn or up for a right turn in
position (A).
Headlight Delay Function
If an indicator stays on and does not flash
If the Start/Stop button is in the ACC or
or if it flashes abnormally, one of the turn
OFF position with the headlights ON, the
signal bulbs may be burned out and may
headlights (and/or parking lights) remain
require replacement. Contact an
on for about 5 minutes.
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
If the driver's door is opened and closed,
the headlights are turned off after 15
seconds. Also, with the vehicle off if the
One touch turn signal
driver's door is opened and closed, the
To use One Touch Turn Signal, push the
headlights (and/or parking lights) are
turn signal lever up or down to position
turned off after 15 seconds.
(B) and then release it.
The headlights (and/or parking lights) can
The lane change signals blink 3, 5, or 7
be turned off by pressing the lock button
times.
on the smart key twice or turning the
You can enable the One Touch Turn
headlight switch to the OFF or AUTO
Signal function or choose the number of
position.
blinking by pressing theŲ, and then
You can enable the headlight delay
selecting Vehicle > Lights > One Touch
function by pressing theŲ button and
Turn Signal > 7 flashes/5 flashes/3
then selecting Vehicle > Lights >
flashes/Off in the infotainment system.
Headlight Delay in the infotainment
system.
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If the driver exits the vehicle through
another door besides the driver's door,
the battery saver function does not
operate and the headlight delay function
does not turn OFF automatically.
To avoid battery discharge, turn OFF the
headlights manually from the headlight
switch before exiting the vehicle.
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Interior Button Lights
Daytime Running Light (DRL)
The interior button lights turns on or off in
The Daytime Running Lights (DRL) can
the following conditions:
make it easier for others to see the front
of your vehicle during the day, especially
• The interior button lights turn on for a
after dawn and before sunset.
while when the door is unlocked and
opened after all doors were closed and
The DRL system turns OFF when:
locked.
• The headlights are on.
• The interior button lights always turns
• The parking brake is applied.
on when the vehicle is turned on.
• The vehicle is off.
• The interior button lights turn on for a
while when the vehicle is turned off. If
the door is opened and closed or
Welcome System
locked, the interior button lights turn
off immediately.
You can enable the interior button lights
by pressing theŲ button and then
selecting Vehicle > Lights > Interior
Lights Always On in the infotainment
system.
2C_WelcomeSystem
Welcome system helps keep the driver
visible by turning on vehicle lights when
the driver approaches the vehicle.
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Door handle light
Headlight and parking light
When all the doors (and liftgate) are
When the headlight switch is in the
closed and locked, the door handle light
headlight, parking light or AUTO position
turns on for about 15 seconds if:
and all the doors (and liftgate) are closed
and locked, the parking lights and
• Press theŲ button, and then
headlights come on for about 15 seconds
Vehicle > Lights > Welcome
when the door unlock button is pressed
mirror/light > On door unlock is
on the smart key.
selected in the infotainment system.
If you press the door lock or unlock
- The door lock button is pressed on
button, the parking lights and headlights
the smart key.
turn off immediately.
- The button of the outside door
Press theŲ button, and then select
handle is pressed while carrying the
Vehicle > Lights > Headlight Delay in the
smart key.
infotainment system to turn on this
- You put your hand in the outside door
function.
handle while carrying the smart key.
• The smart key is detected, and both
Interior light
Lights > Welcome Mirror/Light > On
door unlock and Lights > Welcome
When the interior light switch is in the ć
Mirror/Light > On driver approach are
position and all doors (and liftgate) are
selected.
closed and locked, the room lamps come
on for 30 seconds when:
You can activate or deactivate the
Welcome Light function in the
• The door unlock button is pressed on
infotainment system.
the smart key.
• The button of the outside door handle is
pressed while carrying the smart key.
• You put your hand in the outside door
handle while carrying the smart key.
If you press the door lock or unlock
button on the smart key, the lights turn
off immediately.
Information
The infotainment system may change
after software updates. For more
information, refer to the manual provided
in the infotainment system and the quick
reference guide.
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Convenience Features
High Beam Assist (HBA)
NOTICE
• Always keep the front view camera in
good condition to maintain optimal
performance of High Beam Assist.
• For more information on the limitations
of the front view camera, refer to the
"Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
(FCA)" section in chapter 7.
High Beam Assist Settings
2C_HBASwitch
High Beam Assist automatically switches
between high beam and low beam
depending on the detected brightness
from the lights of oncoming vehicles or
vehicles in front.
Detecting sensor
2C_HBASetting
With the Start/Stop button in the ON
position, press theŲ button, and then
select Vehicle > Lights > High Beam
Assist to turn on High Beam Assist and
deselect to turn off the function.
WARNING
2C_FrontViewCamera
Only change the settings after parking
[A] Front view camera
your vehicle at a safe location.
The front view camera is used as a
detecting sensor to detect ambient light
and brightness while driving.
Refer to the illustration above for the
detailed location of the detecting sensor.
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- The headlight or tail light of a
High Beam Assist Operation
motorcycle or a bicycle is detected.
After selecting High Beam Assist from
- The surrounding ambient light is
the infotainment system to operate
bright enough so high beams are not
High Beam Assist:
required.
- Place the headlight switch in the
- Streetlights or other lights are
AUTO position and push the
detected.
headlight lever towards the
instrument cluster. The High Beam
Assist (Z) indicator light illuminates.
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- When High Beam Assist is enabled,
The images and colors in the cluster may
high beams turn on when the vehicle
differ depending on the cluster type or
speed is above 18 mph (30 km/h) and
theme selected from the cluster.
the High Beam (\) indicator
illuminates. When the vehicle speed
is below 12 mph (20 km/h), high
High Beam Assist Malfunction
beams do not turn on and the
and Limitations
indicator light illuminates in white.
When High Beam Assist is operating:
High Beam Assist malfunction
- If the turn signal lever is pulled
toward you when the high beams are
off, the high beams turn on. When
you let go of the turn signal lever,
High Beam Assist operates again.
- If the turn signal lever is pulled
toward you when the high beams are
on by High Beam Assist, the low
beams turn on and High Beam Assist
turns off.
- If the turn signal lever is pushed away
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from you, the high beams turn on and
When High Beam Assist is not working
High Beam Assist turns off.
properly, the "Check Driver Assistance
- If the headlight switch is moved from
system." warning message may appear,
AUTO to another position
and the X warning light may illuminate
(headlight/position/off), the
on the instrument cluster. Have the
corresponding light turns on and
system inspected by an authorized
High Beam Assist turns off.
HYUNDAI dealer.
When High Beam Assist is operating,
high beam switches to low beam if:
- The headlights of an oncoming
vehicle are detected.
- The tail lights of a front vehicle are
detected.
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Limitations of High Beam Assist
Information
High Beam Assist may not work properly
in the following situations if:
For more information on the limitations of
the front view camera, refer to the
The headlights from an oncoming or
"Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
front vehicle is damaged or out of the
(FCA)" section in chapter 7.
detection range.
The headlights from an oncoming or
front vehicle are covered with dust,
snow, or water.
WARNING
An oncoming or front vehicle's
Always check road conditions, and if
headlights are off but the fog lights are
necessary, take appropriate actions to
on.
drive safely. It is your responsibility to
There are lights that have a similar
operate your vehicle in a safe manner.
shape as a vehicle's light ahead.
If High Beam Assist does not operate
The headlights are not repaired or
properly, use the turn signal lever to
replaced properly.
switch between high beam and low
beam.
The headlights are not aimed properly.
High Beam Assist may not operate for
You are driving on a narrow curved
15 seconds right after your vehicle is
road, rough road, uphill, or downhill.
started or when the front view camera
A front vehicle is partially visible at a
is initialized.
crossroad or on a curved road.
There is a temporary reflector or flash
ahead (construction area).
There is a traffic light, reflecting sign,
LED sign, or reflectors ahead.
The road is wet or covered with snow or
ice.
A vehicle suddenly appears from a
curve.
The vehicle is tilted due to a flat tire or
being towed.
The headlights from an oncoming or
front vehicle is not detected because of
exhaust fumes, smoke, fog, snow,
blizzard, water spray on the road, or
windshield condensation, etc.
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Interior Lights
Front Lamps
WARNING
Do not use the interior lights when driving
in the dark. The interior lights may
obscure your view and result in a collision.
NOTICE
Do not use the interior lights for extended
2C_MapLampButton
periods when the vehicle is turned off.
• Press the lens to turn on or off the map
Otherwise, the battery discharges.
lamp. This light produces a spot beam
for convenient use as a map lamp at
night or as a personal lamp for the
Interior Light AUTO cut
driver and the front passenger.
The interior lights automatically go off
• ĉ: Press the button to turn on the room
about 20 minutes after the vehicle is
lamp for the front and rear seats.
turned off and the doors are closed. If a
• Ĩ: Press the button to turn off the
door is opened, the light go off 25 minutes
room lamp for the front and rear seats.
after the vehicle is turned off. If the doors
are locked by the smart key and the
• ć: The front or rear room lamps come
vehicle enters the armed stage of the
on when the front or rear doors are
theft alarm system, the lights go off 5
opened. When doors are unlocked by
seconds later.
the smart key, the front and rear lamps
come on for about 30 seconds as long
as any door is not opened. The front and
rear room lamps go out gradually after
about 30 seconds when the door is
closed. However, if the Start/Stop
button is in the ON position or all doors
are locked, the front and rear lamps
turn off. If a door is opened with the
Start/Stop button in the ACC or OFF
position, the front and rear lamps stay
on for about 5 minutes.
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Convenience Features
Rear Lamps
Vanity Mirror Lamp
Type A
Type A
2C_RoomLamp
2C_SunvisorLamp
Type B
Type B
ĉ: Press the button to turn on and off the
Push the switch to turn the lamp on or off.
rear room lamp.
• Ċ: The lamp turns on if this button is
pressed.
• ċ: The lamp turns off if this button is
pressed.
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Glove Box Lamp
Cargo Area Lamp
2C_GloveBoxLamp
2C_LuggageRoomLamp
The glove box lamp turns on when the
The cargo area lamp turns on when the
glove box is opened.
liftgate is opened and off when the
liftgate is closed.
If the glove box is not closed, the lamp
turns off after 20 minutes.
NOTICE
NOTICE
Close the liftgate after use to prevent
unnecessary battery discharge.
Close the glove box after use to prevent
unnecessary battery discharge.
Front Trunk Lamp
Ambient Light
The lamp illuminates when the front trunk
cover opens.
if equipped
The lamp keeps coming on when the front
trunk cover is not completely closed.
2C_MoodLamp
[A] Driver seat door, passenger seat door
[B] Passenger seat open tray
2C_FrontTrunkLamp
To set the brightness and color of the
ambient light, press theŲ button, and
NOTICE
then select Vehicle > Lights > Ambient
Lighting in the infotainment system.
Make sure the front trunk cover is fully
closed. If it is left open without starting
• If the Link to Drive Mode is selected,
vehicle, the lamp comes on and the
the ambient light color changes
battery may be discharged.
according to the selected drive mode.
• If you do not want to use ambient
lighting, set Brightness to 0 in the
infotainment system.
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Wipers and Washers
Front Windshield Wipers
Operates as follows when the vehicle is
Front windshield wiper/washer
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.
OFF: Wipers are not in operation.
MIST: For a single wiping cycle, push
the lever downward and release. The
Rear windshield wiper/washer
wipers operate continuously if the lever
is held in this position.
Information
If there is heavy accumulation of snow or
ice on the windshield, defrost the
windshield for about 10 minutes, or until
the snow and/or ice is removed to
prevent damage to the wiper and washer
system.
A. Wiper speed control
HI: High wiper speed.
LO: Low wiper speed.
INT: Intermittent wipe.
AUTO(if equipped): Auto control wipe.
OFF: Off
MIST: Single wipe
B. Intermittent or Auto control wipe time
adjustment
C. Wash with brief wipes (front)
D. Rear wiper control
HI: High wiper speed.
LO: Low wiper speed.
OFF: Off
E. Wash with brief wipes (rear)
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AUTO (Automatic) control
Front Windshield Washers
if equipped
2C_WasherSwitch
2C_RainSensor
In the OFF position, pull the lever gently
The rain sensor located on the upper end
toward you to spray washer fluid on the
of the windshield glass senses the
windshield and to run the wipers 1-3
amount of rainfall and controls the
cycles. The spray and wiper operation
interval of the wiping cycle.
continues until you release the lever. If
the washer does not work, you may need
To change the sensitivity setting, turn the
to add washer fluid to the washer fluid
sensitivity control knob.
reservoir.
If the wiper switch is set in the AUTO
mode when the Start/Stop button is in the
ON position, the wiper operates once to
Recirculating air when washer fluid
perform a self-check of the system. Set
is used
the wiper to the OFF position when the
When washer fluid is used, in order to
wiper is not used.
reduce any objectionable scent of the
washer fluid from entering the cabin,
WARNING
recirculation mode and air conditioning
are automatically activated depending on
To prevent personal injury:
the outside temperature. If you select
• Do not touch the upper end of the
fresh mode while the function is
windshield glass facing the rain sensor.
operating, the function resumes after a
• Do not wipe the upper end of the
certain amount of time. It may not work in
windshield glass with a damp or wet
some conditions such as cold weather or
cloth.
vehicle OFF.
• Do not put pressure on the windshield
For more information, refer to the
glass.
"Climate Control Additional Features"
section in this chapter.
NOTICE
• When washing the vehicle, set the
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.
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HI: High wiper speed
WARNING
LO: Low wiper speed
When the outside temperature is below
OFF: Off
freezing, always warm the windshield
using the defroster to help prevent the
washer fluid from freezing on the
Auto rear wiper
windshield and obscuring your vision that
The rear wiper operates while the vehicle
could lead to a collision resulting in
is in reverse with the front wiper on.
serious injury or death.
You can select the function by pressing
Always use appropriate washer fluids in
theŲ button, and then selecting
the winter season or cold weather.
Vehicle > Convenience > Auto Rear
Wiper (in R) in the infotainment system.
For more information, refer to the
NOTICE
"Recirculating Air When Entering a
Tunnel" section in chapter 5.
To prevent damage:
• Do not operate the washer when the
fluid reservoir is empty or when the
Rear Windshield Washers
windshield is dry.
• Do not operate the wipers when the
windshield is dry.
• Do not attempt to move the wipers
manually.
• Use anti-freezing washer fluids in the
winter season or cold weather.
Rear Windshield Wipers
2C_WasherRearSwitch
Push the lever away from you to spray
rear washer fluid and to run the rear
wipers 1-3 cycles. The spray and wiper
operation continues until you release the
lever.
2C_WiperRearOperation
The rear window wiper and washer switch
is located at the end of the wiper and
washer switch lever. Turn the switch to
the desired position to operate the rear
wiper and washer.
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Automatic Climate Control System
1C_AutoAircon
The climate control system buttons may differ depending on vehicle specification.
(1) AUTO (automatic control)
(2) OFF
(3) Climate control information screen
(4) A/C (air conditioning)
(5) SYNC
(6) DRIVER ONLY
(7) Air intake control
(8) Driver's temperature control
(9) Fan speed control
(10)Mode selection
(11) Passenger's temperature control
(12)Front windshield defroster
(13)Rear window defroster
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Automatic Heating and Air
2. Push up or down the temperature
control switch to set the desired
Conditioning
temperature. If the temperature is set
The Automatic Climate Control System is
to the lowest setting, the air
controlled by setting the desired
conditioning system operates
temperature.
continuously. After the interior has
1. With the vehicle ON, press the AUTO
cooled sufficiently, adjust the switch to
button. The modes, fan speeds, air
a higher temperature set point
intake, and air conditioning are
whenever possible.
controlled automatically by the
temperature setting.
You can control the fan speed in three
stages by pressing the AUTO button
during automatic operation.
• HIGH: Provides rapid air conditioning
and heating with the maximum fan
speed setting range.
• MEDIUM: Provides air conditioning
and heating with the mid-level fan
2C_AirconTempButton
speed setting range.
To turn off the automatic operation,
• LOW: Fan speed is set to the lowest
select any switch of the following:
setting range.
• Mode selection switch
• Front windshield defroster button
• Fan speed control switch
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).
2C_AirconAutoButton
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Mode selection
NOTICE
2C_AirconModeSelection
2C_SolarRadiationSensor
The mode selection switch controls the
Never place anything near the sensor to
direction of the air flow through the
ensure better control of the heating and
ventilation system.
cooling system.
Manual Heating and Air
Conditioning
1. With the vehicle ON, set the mode
selection switch to the desired position.
Information
For improving the effectiveness of
heating and cooling, select:
• Heating: Å
• Cooling: ĭ
2. Set the temperature control to the
desired temperature.
3. Set the air intake control to the outside
(fresh) air position.
4. Set the fan speed control to the desired
speed.
5. If air conditioning is desired, turn on the
air conditioning system.
6.Press the AUTO button to convert to full
automatic control of the system.
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Air flow direction
1C_AutoAirconModeSelectionOverview
Symbol
Operation
Direction
Air flow is directed toward the upper body and face.
ĭ
Additionally, each outlet can be controlled to direct the air
B, D, F
discharged from the outlet.
Ĭ
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
Å
amount of the air being directed to the windshield and side
A, C, D, E, F
window defrosters.
Most of the air flow is directed to the floor and the
ī
windshield with a small amount directed to the side window
A, C, D, E, F
defrosters.
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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.
• The air flow can be closed when the
vent adjustment lever is pushed to the
Á position.
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Convenience Features
Temperature control
Driver only
2C_AirconTempButton
2C_DriverOnlyButton
Push up the switch to increase the
If you press the DRIVER ONLY button
temperature. Push down to decrease the
(indicator light ON), most of the air flow is
temperature.
directed toward the driver's seat.
Temperature conversion (°C ↔ °F)
Information
To change the temperature unit from °C
Some of the airflow may be directed to
to °F or °F to °C:
other seating position to keep indoor air
• Press the A/C button for more than 3
pleasant while using DRIVER ONLY.
seconds, and then within 5 seconds
When using the front windshield
push up the mode selection switch for
defroster, the air flow on the both sides of
more than 3 seconds.
windshield continues to operate
• Press theŲ button, and then select
regardless of the activation of DRIVER
General > Unit > Temperature Unit >
ONLY.
°C/°F in the infotainment system.
SYNC (Adjusting the driver and
passenger side temperature equally)
2C_AirconSYNCButton
Adjusting the temperature, air flow
direction, and fan speed equally
Press the SYNC button (indicator light
ON) to adjust the driver and passenger
side temperature, air flow direction, and
fan speed equally.
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Adjusting the temperature individually
WARNING
Press SYNC button (indicator light OFF)
again to adjust the driver and passenger
To prevent serious injury or death:
side temperature individually.
• Continued climate control system
operation in the recirculated air
position may allow humidity to increase
Air intake control
inside the vehicle that could fog the
windshield and the side windows and
Recirculated air position
obscure visibility.
• Do not sleep in a vehicle with the air
conditioning or heating system on.
• Continued climate use of recirculated
WL_RecirculationModeLamp
air may cause drowsiness or sleepiness,
With the recirculated air selected, air
and loss of vehicle control. Set the air
from the passenger compartment is
intake control to the outside (fresh) air
drawn through the climate control
position while driving.
system.
Outside (fresh) air position
Fan speed control
WL_AirIntakeButton
With the outside (fresh) air selected, air
enters the vehicle from outside and is
drawn through the climate control
system.
Information
2C_AirconFanSpeed
Push up the switch to increase fan speed
Using the system in the fresh air position
and airflow. Push down the switch to
is recommended.
decrease fan speed and airflow.
Prolonged operation of the heater in the
Pressing the OFF button turns off the fan.
recirculated air position (without air
conditioning selected) can cause fogging
Information
of the windshield and side windows and
the air within the passenger
Operating the fan speed when the
compartment will become stale.
Start/Stop button is in the OFF position
In addition, prolonged use of the air
may cause the battery to discharge.
conditioning with the recirculated air
position selected will result in excessively
dry air in the passenger compartment.
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Convenience Features
Air conditioning
System Operation
Cooling / Ventilation
1. Set the mode to the ĭ position.
2. Set the air intake control to the outside
(fresh) air position.
3. Set the temperature control to the
desired position.
4. Set the fan speed control to the desired
speed.
2C_AutoAirconButton
Press the A/C button to manually turn on
Heating
the system on (indicator light ON) and off.
1. Set the mode to the Å position.
2. Set the air intake control to the outside
OFF mode
(fresh) air position.
3. Set the temperature control to the
desired position.
4. Set the fan speed control to the desired
speed.
5. If desired, turn the air conditioning ON
with the temperature control knob set
to heat in order to dehumidify the air
before it enters into the cabin.
If the windshield fogs up, set the mode to
2C_AutoAirconOffButton
ī or Ç position.
Press the OFF button to turn the climate
control system off. You can still operate
Operation Tips
the mode and air intake buttons as long as
• To keep dust or unpleasant fumes from
the Start/Stop button is in the ON
entering the vehicle through the
position.
ventilation system, temporarily set the
air intake control to the recirculated air
position. Be sure to return the control to
the fresh air position when the irritation
has passed to keep fresh air in the
vehicle. This can help keep the driver
alert and comfortable.
• To help prevent interior fog on the
windshield, set the air intake control to
the fresh air position and the fan speed
to the desired position, turn on the air
conditioning system, and adjust the
temperature control to the desired
temperature.
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Air conditioning
System Maintenance
Your HYUNDAI vehicle air conditioning
system is filled with R-1234yf refrigerant.
Cabin air filter
1. Start the vehicle. Press the air
The cabin air filter is installed behind the
conditioning button.
glove box. It filters the dust or other
2. Set the mode to the ĭ position.
pollutants that enter the vehicle through
3. Set the air intake control to outside air
the heating and air conditioning system.
or recirculated air position.
Have the cabin air filter replaced by an
4. Adjust the fan speed control and
authorized HYUNDAI dealer according to
temperature control as desired.
the maintenance schedule. If the vehicle
is being driven in severe conditions such
When maximum cooling is desired, set
as dusty or rough roads and/or if
the temperature control to the lowest
transporting pets or occupants smoke
position, then set the fan speed control to
inside the vehicle, then more frequent
the highest setting.
cabin air filter inspections and changes
are required.
Air conditioning system operation tips
• If the vehicle has been parked in direct
Information
sunlight during hot weather, open the
• Replace the filter according to the
windows for a short time to let the hot
Maintenance Schedule. If the vehicle is
air inside the vehicle escape.
being driven in severe conditions such
• After sufficient cooling has been
as dusty, rough roads, more frequent
achieved, switch back from
climate control air filter inspections and
recirculated air position to the fresh
changes are required.
outside air position.
• When the air flow rate suddenly
• To help reduce moisture inside of the
decreases, have your vehicle inspected
windows on rainy or humid days,
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
decrease the humidity inside the
vehicle by operating the air
conditioning system with the windows
and sunroof closed.
• Use the air conditioning system every
month only for a few minutes to ensure
maximum system performance.
• If you operate air conditioner
excessively, the difference between the
temperature of the outside air and that
of the windshield may cause the outer
surface of the windshield to fog up,
causing loss of visibility. In this case, set
the mode selection to the ĭ position
and fan speed control to the lowest
speed.
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Convenience Features
Checking the amount of air
Venting refrigerants directly to the
conditioner refrigerant
atmosphere is harmful to individuals and
environment. Failure to heed these
If the amount of refrigerant is too low or
warnings can lead to serious injuries.
too high, the performance of the air
conditioning is reduced. Have your
vehicle inspected by an authorized
Air conditioning refrigerant label
HYUNDAI dealer.
NOTICE
The refrigerant system should only be
serviced by trained and certified
technicians to insure proper and safe
operation.
The refrigerant system should be serviced
in a well-ventilated place.
The air conditioning evaporator (cooling
coil) shall never be repaired or replaced
2C_RefrigerantTypeLabel
with one removed from a used or
You can find out which air conditioning
salvaged vehicle and new replacement
refrigerant is applied to your vehicle on
MAC evaporators shall be certified (and
the label located inside of the hood.
labeled) as meeting SAE Standard J2842.
WARNING
Vehicles equipped with R-1234yf
Ę
2C_RefrigerantLabel_2
Each symbol and specification on the air
conditioning refrigerant label is
represented as the following:
(1) Classification of refrigerant
ę
(2) Amount of refrigerant
(3) Classification of compressor lubricant
Since the refrigerant is mildly flammable
and operated at high pressure, the air
(4) Caution
conditioning system should only be
(5) Flammable refrigerant
serviced by trained and certified
(6) To require registered technician to
technicians. It is important that the
service air conditioning system
correct type and amount of oil and
refrigerant are used.
All refrigerants should be reclaimed with
proper equipment.
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Windshield Defrosting
Automatic Climate Control
System
and Defogging
To defog inside windshield
WARNING
Do not use the defrost level Ç 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 ĭ position and lower the fan speed.
2C_InsideDefrostProcedure
• For maximum defrost performance, set
(1) Select any fan speed. Set the fan
the temperature control switch to the
speed to the highest position for quick
highest temperature setting and the fan
defogging.
speed control to the highest setting.
(2) Select the desired temperature.
• If warm air to the floor is desired while
defrosting or defogging, select the floor
(3) Press the defroster button (Ç).
defrost position.
(4) The outside (fresh) air is selected
• Before driving, clear all snow and ice
automatically. The air conditioning
from the windshield, rear window, side
automatically operates. If the air
view mirrors, and all side windows.
conditioning, outside (fresh) air
position are not selected
• Clear all snow and ice from the hood
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
the windshield.
To defrost outside windshield
2C_InsideDefrostProcedure_2
(1) Set the fan speed to the highest
position.
(2) Set the temperature to the hottest
position.
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(3) Press the defroster button (Ç).
Windshield Defrosting
(4) The air conditioning turns on
(Heater)
according to the detected ambient
temperature and the outside (fresh)
air position is selected automatically.
Rear Window Defroster
Defogging Logic
NOTICE
To reduce the probability of fogging up
Never use sharp instruments or window
the inside of the windshield, the air intake
cleaners containing abrasives to clean the
or air conditioning are controlled
window to prevent damage to the rear
automatically according to certain
window defroster.
conditions. To cancel or reset the
defogging logic, do the following.
1. Press the Start/Stop button to the ON
The defroster heats the window to
position.
remove frost, fog and thin ice from the
interior and exterior of the rear window,
2. Select Floor level (Å) mode, and then
while the vehicle is ON.
press the air intake control (Ê
)
button 5 times within 3 seconds.
• To activate it, press the rear window
defroster button located in the center
The air intake control button indicator
control panel. The indicator on the rear
blinks 3 times to indicate that the
window defroster button illuminates
defogging logic has been disabled.
when the defroster is ON.
Repeat the steps again to re-enable the
defogging logic.
If the battery has been discharged or
disconnected, it resets to the defog logic
status
2C_RearWindowDefrost
• To turn if off, press the rear window
defroster button again.
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Climate Control
Information
• If there is heavy accumulation of snow
Additional Features
on the rear window, brush it off before
operating the rear defroster.
Information
• The rear window defroster
The infotainment system may change
automatically turns off after about 20
after software updates. For more
minutes or when the Start/Stop button
information, refer to the manual provided
is in the OFF position.
in the infotainment system and the quick
reference guide.
Side view mirror defroster
The side view mirror defrosters operate
Air Conditioner Auto-Dry
when you turn on the rear window
The Air conditioner auto-drying feature
defroster.
dries the moisture in the air conditioner
and reduces air conditioner odor. The
blower motor automatically operates
after 30 minutes the vehicle is turned off.
The Air conditioner auto-drying feature
can be turned on and off by pressing the
Ų button, and then selecting Vehicle
> Climate > Climate Features > Air
Conditioner Auto-Dry.
When the Air conditioner auto-drying
feature is activated, the air conditioner
sets the fan speed to the third level,
selects outside (fresh) position, and
directs the air flow to the face.
Operating conditions
The Air conditioner auto-drying feature
operates under the following conditions:
• The vehicle is turned off after operating
the air conditioner for a certain period.
• The battery level is sufficient and the
outside temperature is above a certain
level.
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Convenience Features
Non-operating conditions
When the Auto Defogging System
The Air conditioner auto-drying feature
operates, the
indicator illuminates.
stops operating under the following
If high amount of humidity is detected in
conditions:
the vehicle, the Auto defogging system is
• The Air conditioner auto-drying feature
enabled.
has operated for 10 minutes.
The following steps are performed
• The Start/Stop button is pressed, or the
automatically:
vehicle is ON.
Step 1. Air conditioning turns on and
• The climate control system is operated
Outside (fresh) mode is selected.
remotely.
Step 2. Defrost level is selected.
Step 3. Fan speed is set to the highest
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level.
The Air conditioner auto-drying feature
If the air conditioning is off or recirculated
reduces air conditioner odors but may not
air is manually selected while Auto
remove all odors.
defogging system is ON, the Auto
defogging system
indicator blinks to
signal that manual operation has been
Auto Defogging System
cancelled.
Turning the Auto defogging system
on or off
Climate control system
Press the front windshield defroster
button for 3 seconds when the Start/Stop
button is in the ON position. When the
Auto defogging system is turned off, the
symbol blinks 3 times and appears
2C_RainSensor
on the climate control information
The Auto defogging reduces the
screen.
likelihood of fogging up the inside of the
When the Auto Defogging system is
windshield by sensing moisture on inside
of the windshield.
turned on, the
symbol blinks 6
times without a signal.
The Auto defogging system operates
when the heater or air conditioning is on.
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The Auto defogging system may not
operate normally, when the outside
temperature is below 14 °F (-10 °C).
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Infotainment system
Infotainment system
Auto defogging system can be turned on
Auto dehumidify can be turned on and off
and off by pressing theŲ button, and
by pressing theŲ button, and then
then selecting Vehicle > Climate >
selecting Vehicle > Climate > Automatic
Defog/Defrost Options > Auto Defog
Ventilation > Auto Dehumidify from the
from the infotainment system.
infotainment system.
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Recirculating Air When
• Do not select recirculated air while the
Washer Fluid is Used
Auto defogging system is operating.
if equipped
• When Auto defogging system is
Recirculation mode automatically
operating, fan speed adjustment,
activates to reduce the scent of the
temperature adjustment, and air intake
washer fluid entering the cabin when the
control selection are all disabled.
windshield washer is used.
When it is shifted to the recirculation
mode, the unpleasant scent may flow into
NOTICE
the vehicle.
Do not remove the sensor cover located
However, in cold weather to prevent the
on the top of the windshield glass.
windshield from fogging up, the
Damage may not be covered by your
recirculation mode may not be selected.
vehicle warranty.
Turning Activation on a washer fluid
use on or off
Auto Dehumidify
if equipped
Climate control system
To increase cabin air quality and reduce
To turn the Activate on washer fluid use
windshield misting, recirculated air
feature on or off, select Floor level (Å)
position turns off automatically after
mode, and then press the air intake
about 5 to 30 minutes, depending on the
control (Ê
) button 5 times within 3
outside temperature, and the air intake
seconds.
changes to the outside (fresh) air
When Activate on washer fluid use is
position.
turned on, the air intake control button
indicator blinks 6 times. When turned off,
Turning Auto dehumidify on or off
the indicator blinks 3 times.
Climate control system
Infotainment system
To turn the Auto dehumidify feature on or
Activate on washer fluid use can be
off, select Face level (ĭ) mode and press
turned on and off by pressing theŲ
the air intake control (Ê
) button at least
button, and then selecting Vehicle >
5 times within 3 seconds. When Auto
Climate > Recirculate Air > Activate
dehumidify is turned on, the air intake
upon Washer Fluid Use from the
control button indicator blinks 6 times.
infotainment system.
When turned off, the indicator blinks 3
times.
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Convenience Features
Recirculating Air When
Link to Climate Settings for
Entering a Tunnel
Auto-Adjustment
if equipped
The temperature of the driver's seat
To prevent the inflow of polluted air into
warmer, air ventilated seat and heated
the vehicle when passing through a
steering wheel is automatically controlled
tunnel, the climate control system is
depending on the inside and outside
operated using the navigation map
temperature of the vehicle when the
information and vehicle speed as follows:
vehicle is ON (¢ indicator ON).
To use this feature, it can be enabled from
To use these features, it must be enabled
the infotainment system. Press theŲ
from the infotainment system. Press the
button, and then select Vehicle > Climate
Ų button, and then select:
> Recirculate Air
Vehicle > Climate > Link to Climate
When Entering Tunnels: The climate
Settings for Auto-Adjustment.
control system switches to
For more information, refer to the "Seat
recirculation mode for about 7 seconds
Warmers" section in chapter 3 and
before entering a tunnel.
"Steering Wheel" section in chapter 5.
Operating conditions
• The climate control system's fresh
mode is selected.
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• The activation time for the feature may
differ because of the time gap between
the GPS and vehicle speed.
• The feature activates until you have
passed through continuous tunnels.
• When entering a tunnel, recirculation
mode may cause fogging of the
windshield. Use the front windshield
defroster button. If the humidity is high,
it may automatically change to fresh air
mode for safety reasons.
• The feature does not operate in short
tunnels.
• The feature may not activate if the GPS
is not working properly.
• The infotainment system may change
after software updates. For more
information, refer to the user's manual
provided in the infotainment system
and the quick reference guide.
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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
Removable Partition
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_PartitionCenterConsole
The removable partition (1) can be
removed to expand the storage
compartment.
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Convenience Features
Glove Box
Interior Features
Cup Holder
Cups or small beverages cups can be
placed in the cup holders.
Front seat
2C_GloveBox
To open:
Pull the lever (1).
WARNING
ALWAYS close the glove box door after
2C_CupHolderCenterConsole
use.
Push the button (1). The cup supporter
An open glove box door may cause
protrudes from the front console.
serious injury to a passenger in a collision,
Push in the cup supporter (2) after use.
even if the passenger is wearing a seat
belt.
Rear seat armrest
Passenger Seat Open Tray
2C_RearSeatCupHolder
Pull the armrest down to use the cup
holders.
2C_OpenTray
WARNING
You can use this space to store small
• Avoid abrupt starting and braking when
items etc.
the cup holder is used to prevent
spilling your drink. If hot liquid spills,
WARNING
you may be burned. Such a burn to the
Do not put any sharp object in the open
driver may cause loss of vehicle control
tray. It may seriously injure you in the
resulting in a collision.
event of a sudden stop or a collision.
• Only use soft cups in the cup holders.
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NOTICE
NOTICE
• Keep your drinks sealed while driving to
The tab (5) adjacent to the vanity mirror
prevent spilling. If liquid spills, it may
on the sunvisor can be used for toll road
get into the vehicle's
tickets or self parking tickets. Use caution
electrical/electronic system and
when inserting tickets into the ticket
damage electrical/electronic parts.
holder to avoid damage. Refrain from
putting several tickets in the ticket holder
• When cleaning spilled liquids do not
as this could also damage the retaining
use hot air to blow out or dry the cup
tab.
holder. This may damage the interior.
• Keep cans or bottles out of direct sun
light and do not put them in a hot
Power Outlet
vehicle. Otherwise, they may explode.
Center console storage (inside)
Sunvisor
2C_PowerOutlet
The power outlet is designed to provide
power for mobile phones or other devices
2C_Sunvisor
designed to operate with vehicle
To use the sunvisor, pull it downward.
electrical systems.
To use the sunvisor to block the sun from
The devices should draw less than 180 W
the side window, pull it rearward, release
with the vehicle ON.
it from the bracket (1) and swing it to the
side (2) toward the window.
WARNING
To use the vanity mirror, pull down the
Avoid electrical shocks. Do not place your
sunvisor and slide the mirror cover (3).
fingers or foreign objects (pin, etc.) into a
Adjust the sunvisor forward or backward
power outlet or touch the power outlet
(4) as needed (if equipped). Use the ticket
with a wet hand.
holder (5) to hold tickets.
Close the vanity mirror cover securely and
return the sunvisor to its original position
after use.
WARNING
Do not block your view or the roadway
when using the sunvisor.
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Convenience Features
Rear
NOTICE
To prevent damage to the power outlets:
• Use the power outlet only when the
vehicle is running and remove the
accessory plug after use. Using the
accessory plug for an extended period
of time with the vehicle off could cause
the battery to discharge.
• Only use 12 V electric accessories that
are less than 180 W in electric capacity.
• Adjust the air conditioner or heater to
The USB charger is designed to recharge
the lowest operating level when using
batteries of small size electronic devices
the power outlet.
using a USB cable.
• Close the cover when not used.
Electronic devices can be charged when
• Some electronic devices may cause
the vehicle is running.
electronic interference when plugged
into a vehicle's power outlet.
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• Push the plug in as far as it goes. The
• The battery charging state may be
plug may overheat and the fuse may
monitored on the electronic device.
open.
• Disconnect the USB cable from the USB
• Only connect devices with reverse
port after use.
current protection or the current from
• A smartphone or a tablet PC may get
the device battery may cause the
warmer during the recharging process.
vehicle's electrical/electronic system to
It does not indicate any malfunction
malfunction.
with the charging system.
• A smartphone or a tablet PC that does
not use a USB cable to charge should be
USB Charger
charged using its own charger.
The USB charger is designed to recharge
• Do not attempt to use the charging
batteries of small size electronic devices
terminal either to turn on an audio or to
using a USB cable.
play media with the infotainment
Front
system.
• Charging may not be possible when
using a Type-C to A converter sold by a
mobile phone manufacturer or
commercially available.
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Wireless Smartphone
NOTICE
Charging System
Use the USB charger when the vehicle
if equipped
is running. Using the USB charger for
prolonged periods of time with the
Start/Stop button in the OFF position
(vehicle 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
[A] Indicator light
When charging an electrical device by
[B] Charging pad
using an USB converting adapter (C to A
type), use a genuine adapter specified
Charging your smartphone
for your vehicle. A commonly used
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 (þ). Visit your smartphone
manufacturer's website to check whether
Using an unspecified cable may
your smartphone supports the Qi
damage the vehicle's USB charger or
technology.
the connected devices. Contact an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer for more
The wireless charging process starts
information on accessories for
when you put a Qi-enabled smartphone
HYUNDAI vehicles.
on the wireless charging with the screen
facing up.
The use of non-genuine parts may
damage the USB port and infotainment
1. The wireless smartphone charger is
system. Damage cannot be covered by
available when all doors are closed, and
your vehicle warranty.
when the Start/Stop button is in the ON
or START position.
2. Turn on the wireless charging function
in the infotainment system.
• Press theŲ button, and then
select Vehicle > Convenience >
Wireless Charging System for
Mobile Devices
3. Place the smartphone on the center of
the wireless charging pad. The
indicator light is orange when the
smartphone is charging and turns blue
when phone charging is complete.
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Convenience Features
The wireless charging process may
Information
temporarily stop, when temperature
• Remove other items, including the
abnormally increases inside the
smart key from the wireless charging
wireless smartphone charging system.
pad.
The wireless charging process does not
restart, until the temperature falls.
• For flip type smartphones, when using
wireless charging, place the
The wireless charging process may
smartphone folded with the device's
temporarily stop when there is any
back placed on the center of the
metallic item, such as a coin, between
wireless charging unit.
the wireless smartphone charging
system and smartphone.
For some manufacturer's smart
If your smartphone is not charging:
phones, the system may not warn you
• Move the smartphone on the charging
even though the smart phone is left on
pad.
the wireless charging unit. This is due to
the particular characteristic of the
• Make sure the indicator light is orange.
smart phone and not a malfunction of
The indicator light blinks orange for 10
the wireless charging.
seconds if there is a malfunction in the
When charging some smartphones
wireless charging system.
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
If the smartphone has a thick case, it
vehicle is turned OFF and the front door is
may not charge.
opened.
Some magnetic items such as credit
NOTICE
cards, phone cards, or transit cards may
be damaged if left with the smartphone
• The wireless smartphone charging
during the charging process.
system may not support certain
If the smartphone is not completely
smartphones, that do not meet for the
contacting the charging pad, wireless
Qi specification (þ).
charging may not operate properly.
• When placing your smartphone on the
If the Start/Stop button is in the OFF
charging pad, position the phone in the
position, the charging also stops.
middle of the mat for optimal charging
performance. If your smartphone is off
When any smartphone without a
to the side, the charging rate may be
wireless charging function or a metallic
less and in some cases the smartphone
object is placed on the charging pad, a
may experience higher heat
small noise may sound. This small
conduction.
sound because the vehicle discerns
compatibility of the object placed on
• Wireless charging may stop temporarily
the charging pad. It does not affect
when the smart key is used, either
your vehicle or the smartphone.
when starting the vehicle or
locking/unlocking the doors, etc.
Some smartphones may not be able to
charge depending on the internal
• When charging certain smartphones,
structure of the smartphone. If this
the charging indicator may not change
occurs, try charging the smartphone by
to blue when the smartphone is fully
moving it to the left or right side of the
charged.
wireless charging pad. However, for
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some fold-able smartphones that have
Coat Hook
magnets inside the smartphone, try
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charging the smartphone while holding
it close to the left side of the wireless
charging pad.
NOTICE
Some magnetic items like credit cards,
phone cards or rail tickets may be
damaged if left with the smartphone
during the charging process.
2C_CoatHook
This hook is not designed to hold large or
heavy items.
Information
WARNING
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC rules.
Only hang soft clothing without heavy,
sharp or breakable objects in the clothes
Operation is subject to the following three
pockets. In a collision or when the curtain
conditions:
airbag is inflated, the objects could move
1. This device may not cause harmful
and cause serious injury.
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 in the infotainment
system.
WARNING
Do not attempt to adjust the clock while
driving.
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Convenience Features
Floor Mat Anchor(s)
Cargo Net Holder
ALWAYS use the floor mat anchors to
if equipped
attach the front floor mats to the vehicle.
The anchors on the front floor carpet keep
the floor mats from sliding forward.
WARNING
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.
2C_CargoNet
• Check floor mats are securely attached
To keep items from shifting in the cargo
to the vehicle's floor mat anchors
area, use the 4 holders located in the
before driving.
cargo area side trim to attach the cargo
• Do not use ANY floor mat that cannot
net.
be firmly attached to the vehicle's floor
Make sure the cargo net is securely
mat anchors.
attached to the holders in the cargo
• Do not stack floor mats on top of one
board.
another (e.g. all-weather rubber mat on
If necessary, contact an authorized
top of a carpeted floor mat). Only a
HYUNDAI dealer to obtain a cargo net.
single floor mat must be installed in
each position.
WARNING
• Avoid eye injury. Do not overstretch the
cargo net. Always keep your face and
WARNING
body out of the cargo net's recoil path.
To avoid any interference with pedal
Do not use the cargo net when the strap
operation, have the HYUNDAI floor mat
has visible signs of wear or damage.
designed for use in your vehicle installed.
• Use the cargo net to keep only light
items from shifting in the cargo area.
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Cargo Area Cover
Increasing cargo area volume
To increase cargo area volume:
1. Open the liftgate and remove the cover
according to "Removing cargo area
cover".
2. Push the cargo area cover in to reach
the lower fixing part [A].
• Be careful not to get the cover caught
in the cargo.
2C_CargoShelf
Use the cargo area cover to hide items
stored in the cargo area. You can also
place lightweight items on top.
• If the cargo area cover is connected to
the liftgate, the cover lifts with the
liftgate when opening the liftgate.
• If you do not want the cargo area cover
to lift with the liftgate, disconnect the
2C_CargoShelf_Volume1
strap (1) from the strap holder of the
3. Insert the cargo area cover to the lower
liftgate.
fixing part [A] on both sides.
4. Lift the rear part of the cargo area cover
Removing cargo area cover
and secure it with the stopper [B].
To remove the cargo area cover:
1. Disconnect the strap (1) from the strap
holder of the liftgate.
2. Lift the cover diagonally and pull it out
(2).
To reinstall, follow the reverse order.
CAUTION
• When the cargo area cover is removed,
you can secure the cover to the rear
2C_CargoShelf_Volume2
seatback not to distract you while
• To release the cargo area cover, press
driving.
the stopper [B], lower the cover, and
• Since the cargo area cover also lifts
pull out the cover diagonally.
when opening the liftgate, move the
items placed on top of the cover to a
CAUTION
safe place so they do not fall.
When securing cover, be careful not to
• Do not put excessive pressure or
get the cover caught on the upper fixing
weight on the cargo area cover. The
part. The cargo area cover may be
cargo area cover may be damaged.
damaged.
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Convenience Features
Cargo Tray
Increasing cargo area volume
To increase the cargo area volume by
putting it into the lower position:
1. Lift the top board with its handle and
remove the board.
2C_CargoCompartment
Use the cargo tray to organize and store
small items such as tools. To use the tray,
lift the top board with its handle.
2C_CargoBoard
CAUTION
2. Remove the top board and insert the
• When storing small or easily movable
top board all the way in along the lower
items, they may cause noise while
groove on both sides.
driving.
• Do not store fragile items in the cargo
tray.
2C_CargoBoard_2
3. Unfold the top board.
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Exterior Features
WARNING
Loading cargo or luggage in excess of
the specified weight limit on the roof
Roof Side Rails
side rails may damage your vehicle.
if equipped
ROOF SIDE
200 lbs. (100 kg)
RAILS
EVENLY DISTRIBUTED
Avoid sudden starts, braking, sharp
turns, abrupt maneuvers, or high
speeds that may result in loss of vehicle
control or rollover resulting in a
collision. The vehicle center of gravity is
higher when items are loaded onto the
roof side rails.
2C_RoofRack
Always drive slowly and turn corners
Your vehicle may come equipped with
carefully when carrying items on the
roof side rails. If your vehicle is equipped
roof side rails. Severe wind updrafts
with roof rack rails, you can add roof rack
caused by passing vehicles or natural
crossbars as an accessory (not shown).
causes, can cause sudden upward
pressure on items loaded on the roof
side rails. This is especially true when
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carrying large, flat items such as wood
• If the vehicle is equipped with a
panels or mattresses. This may cause
sunroof, do not position the cargo onto
the items to fall off the roof side rails
the roof side rails in such a way that it
and cause damage to your vehicle or
may interfere with sunroof operation.
others around you.
• Always take precautions to make sure
To prevent damage or loss of cargo
the cargo does not damage the roof.
while driving, check frequently before
• When carrying large objects on the roof
or while driving to make sure the items
side rails, make sure they do not exceed
on the roof side rails are securely
the overall roof length or width.
fastened.
• When carrying cargo on the roof side
rails, take necessary precautions to
make sure the cargo does not damage
the roof of the vehicle.
When carrying large objects on the roof
side rails, make sure they do not exceed
the overall roof length or width.
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Convenience Features
Hitch Mounted Accessories
Infotainment System
The maximum load for a hitch mounted
accessory, with the weigh of the
NOTICE
accessory and the load, is 220 lbs. (100
• Do not install an aftermarket HID
kg). This would include bicycle racks,
headlight. Your vehicle's audio and
wheel chair racks, etc. The center of the
electronic devices may not function
weight must be within 19 in. (0.5 m) of the
properly.
bumper. If the weight is further away, the
capacity is reduced up to 10 % per inch.
• Prevent chemicals such as perfume,
cosmetic oil, sun cream, hand cleaner,
• The weight of the rack and load must be
and air freshener from contacting the
reduced from the vehicle carrying
interior parts because they may cause
capacity. For more information, refer to
damage or discoloration.
the "Vehicle Load Limit" section in
chapter 6.
• Trailer Towing is not recommended. A
USB Port
hitch should only be used for racks.
2C_USBPort
Press the USB port selection button while
the vehicle is running. Press the upper
portion of the button (1) to charge an
electronic device. Press the lower portion
of the button (2) to charge and listen to
music with a media storage device. The
USB port can be used after either
indicator light turns on.
• This is a USB Type C port. A USB Type C
to USB type A adapter can be used, but
charging performance may be reduced.
• You can use an USB cable to connect
audio devices to the vehicle USB port.
• After connecting a media storage
device such as a MP3 or USB to the USB
port, you can listen to music through
the vehicle's speakers or play it on the
infotainment system.
• Small electronic devices can be
charged.
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Antenna
Information
• Some devices may not be charged
through USB port.
• When using a portable audio device
connected to the power outlet, noise
may occur during playback. If this
happens, disconnect the USB cable and
use the portable audio device's power
source.
2C_SharkAntenna
NOTICE
The shark fin antenna receives
transmitted data (for example, AM/FM,
When connecting a Type-A USB or a
SXM).
memory device to a vehicle, use a
genuine converting adapter (C to A type)
specified for your vehicle. A commonly
Steering Wheel Remote
used adapter is not equipped with any
Controls
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.
2C_AudioButtonOverview
NOTICE
Do not operate multiple audio remote
control buttons simultaneously.
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Convenience Features
SEEK/PRESET (ñ / ò)
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 -)
Push the lever up or down to adjust the
volume.
MODE
2C_SteeringWheelVoiceRecognitionButton
Press the MODE button to toggle through
For more information, refer to the
Radio mode.
separately supplied infotainment system
manual.
MUTE (é)
Press the VOLUME lever to mute or
activate the sound.
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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
6-3
Before Starting
6-3
Start/Stop Button
6-4
Start/Stop Button Positions
6-5
Starting the Vehicle
6-6
Turning Off the Vehicle
6-7
Remote Start
6-8
Shift By Wire
6-8
Shift By Wire Operation
6-8
Cluster Display Messages Information
6-12
Good Driving Practices
6-13
Regenerative Braking System
6-14
Using Regenerative Braking System
6-14
Regenerative Braking System Limitations
6-15
One Pedal Driving
6-16
Using i-PEDAL
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Smart Regeneration System
6-18
Smart Regeneration System On/Off
6-18
Smart Regeneration System Operating Condition
6-19
Smart Regeneration Level Settings
6-19
Pausing Smart Regeneration System
6-20
Front Sensors (Front Radar)
6-20
System Check Message
6-20
Smart Regeneration System Precautions
6-21
Braking System
6-24
Power-Assist Brakes
6-24
Disc Brakes Wear Indicator
6-25
Electronic Parking Brake (EPB)
6-25
Auto Hold
6-28
Brake Disc Cleaning
6-30
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
6-31
Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
6-32
Vehicle Stability Management (VSM)
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Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC)
6-36
Brake Assistant System (BAS)
6-36
Good Braking Practices
6-37
Drive Mode Integrated Control System
6-37
Drive Mode
6-37
Drive Mode Characteristics
6-39
Active Air Flap
6-40
Malfunction
6-40
Special Driving Conditions
6-41
Hazardous Driving Conditions
6-41
Rocking the Vehicle
6-41
Smooth Cornering
6-42
Driving at Night
6-42
Driving in the Rain
6-42
Hydroplaning
6-42
Driving in Flooded Areas
6-43
Highway Driving
6-43
Winter Driving
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Snow or Icy Conditions
6-44
Winter Precautions
6-46
Trailer Towing
6-47
Vehicle Load Limit
6-48
The Loading Information Label
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Before Driving
WARNING
To reduce the risk of SERIOUS INJURY or
DEATH, take the following precautions:
Before Entering the Vehicle
• ALWAYS wear your seat belt. All
• Make sure all windows, outer side view
passengers must be properly belted
mirror(s), and outside lights are clean
whenever the vehicle is moving. For
and unobstructed.
more information, refer to the "Seat
• Remove frost, snow, or ice from both
Belts" section in chapter 3.
the front and rear windshield as well as
• Always drive defensively. Assume other
the front side windows.
drivers or pedestrians may be careless
• Visually check the tires for uneven wear
and make mistakes.
and damage.
• Stay focused on the task of driving.
• Check under the vehicle for any sign of
Driver distraction can cause accidents.
leaks.
• Leave plenty of space between you and
• Make sure there are no obstacles
the vehicle in front of you.
behind you if you intend to back up.
Before Starting
WARNING
• Make sure the hood, the liftgate, and
NEVER drink or take drugs and drive.
the doors are securely closed and
Drinking or taking drugs and driving is
locked.
dangerous and may result in an accident
• Adjust the position of the seat and
and SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH.
steering wheel.
Drunk driving is the number one
• Adjust the inside rearview mirror and
contributor to the highway death toll each
outer side view mirrors.
year. Even a small amount of alcohol will
• Verify all the lights work.
affect your reflexes, perceptions and
• Fasten your seat belt. Check that all
judgment. Just one drink can reduce your
passengers have fastened their seat
ability to respond to changing conditions
belts.
and emergencies. Your reaction time gets
worse with each additional drink.
• Check the gauges and indicators in the
instrument panel and the messages on
Driving while under the influence of drugs
the cluster display when the vehicle is
is as dangerous or more dangerous than
in the ON position.
driving under the influence of alcohol.
• Check that any items you are carrying
You are much more likely to have a
are stored properly or fastened down
serious accident if you drink or take drugs
securely.
and drive. If you are drinking or taking
drugs, don't drive. Do not ride with a
driver who has been drinking or taking
drugs. Choose a designated driver or call
a taxi.
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Driving Your Vehicle
Start/Stop Button
WARNING
NEVER press the Start/Stop button
while the vehicle is in motion except in
an emergency. This results in the
vehicle turning off and loss of power
assist for the steering and brake
systems. This may lead to loss of
directional control and braking
function, which could cause an
accident.
Before leaving the driver's seat, always
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make sure the gear is in the P (Park)
Whenever the front door is opened, the
position, set the parking brake, press
Start/Stop button illuminates and goes
the Start/Stop button to the OFF
off for a few seconds after the door is
position, and take the smart key with
closed.
you. Unexpected vehicle movement
may occur if these precautions are not
WARNING
followed.
To turn the vehicle off in an emergency:
NEVER reach through the steering
wheel for the Start/Stop button or any
Press and hold the Start/Stop button for
other control while the vehicle is in
more than two seconds OR rapidly press
motion. The presence of your hand or
and release the Start/Stop button three
arm in this area may cause a loss of
times (within three seconds).
vehicle control resulting in an accident.
If the vehicle is still moving, you can
restart the vehicle without depressing the
brake pedal by pressing the Start/Stop
button with the gear in the N (Neutral)
position.
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Start/Stop Button Positions
Button
Action
Notes
Position
To turn off the vehicle, press the
Start/Stop button with the vehicle
shifted to P (Park).
OFF
If the Start/Stop button is pressed
with the vehicle is in D (Drive), R
(Reverse) or N (Neutral), the gear
automatically shifts to P (Park).
Press the Start/Stop button when the
If you leave the Start/Stop button in
button is in the OFF position without
the ACC position for more than one
ACC
depressing the brake pedal.
hour, the battery power turns off
Some of the electrical accessories are
automatically to prevent the battery
usable.
from discharging.
Press the Start/Stop button while it is
Do not leave the Start/Stop button in
in the ACC position without
the ON position when the vehicle is
ON
depressing the brake pedal.
not running to prevent the battery
The warning lights can be checked
from discharging.
before the vehicle is started.
To start the vehicle, depress the brake
If you press the Start/Stop button
pedal and press the Start/ Stop button
without depressing the brake pedal,
START
with the gear shifted to the P (Park)
the vehicle does not start and the
position.
Start/Stop button changes as follows:
OFF > ACC > ON > OFF
Information
To prevent vehicle battery discharge, the Start/Stop button changes to the OFF position
when the Start/Stop button is in the ACC or ON position with the gear in P (Park) for a
certain period of time. When the function operates, the tail lights turns off. To use the tail
lights again, turn the headlight switch located on the steering column to the OFF and ON
position again.
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Driving Your Vehicle
Starting the Vehicle
Starting the vehicle
1. Always carry the smart key with you.
WARNING
2. Make sure the parking brake is applied.
Always wear appropriate shoes when
3. Make sure the gear is in P (Park).
operating your vehicle. Unsuitable
4. Depress the brake pedal.
shoes, such as high heels, ski boots,
sandals, flipflops, etc., may interfere
5. Press the Start/Stop button. If the
with your ability to use the brake and
vehicle starts, the
¢ indicator comes
accelerator pedals.
on.
Do not start the vehicle with the
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accelerator pedal depressed.
• Always start the vehicle with your foot
The vehicle can move which can lead to
on the brake pedal. Do not depress the
an accident.
accelerator while starting the vehicle.
Do not race the motor while warming it
up.
Information
• If ambient temperature is low, the j
The vehicle starts by pressing the
indicator may remain illuminated
Start/Stop button, only when the smart
longer than the normal amount of time.
key is in the vehicle.
Even if the smart key is in the vehicle,
and when it is far away from the driver,
NOTICE
the vehicle may not start.
To prevent damage to the vehicle:
When the Start/Stop button is in the
• If the
¢ indicator turns off while you
ACC or ON position, if any door is open,
are moving, do not attempt to shift the
the system checks for the smart key.
gear to the P (Park) position.
When the smart key is not in the
vehicle, the j indicator blinks and the
If traffic and road conditions permit,
warning message "Key not in vehicle"
you may put the gear in N (Neutral)
appears . When all doors are closed, the
while the vehicle is still moving and
chime also sounds for a few seconds.
press the Start/Stop button in an
Keep the smart key in the vehicle when
attempt to restart the vehicle.
in the ACC position or if the vehicle is in
• Do not push or tow your vehicle to start
the ready mode (¢
) indicator ON.
the vehicle.
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Emergency starting
NOTICE
To prevent damage to the vehicle:
Do not press the Start/Stop button for
more than 10 seconds except when the
stop light fuse is blown.
When the stop light fuse is blown, you
cannot normally start the vehicle.
Replace the fuse with a new one. If you
are not able to replace the fuse, you can
start the vehicle by pressing and holding
the Start/Stop button for 10 seconds with
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the Start/Stop button in the ACC position.
If the smart key battery is weak or the
Pressing the brake pedal many times
smart key does not work correctly, you
while
¢ indicator light is off will
can start the vehicle by pressing the
increase the possibility of discharging the
Start/Stop button with the smart key in
12 V battery.
the direction of the picture above.
For your safety always depress the brake
pedal before starting the vehicle.
Turning Off the Vehicle
1. Stop the vehicle and depress the brake
pedal fully.
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2. Shift to P (Park).
Virtual Engine Sound System (VESS)
3. Press the Start/Stop button to the OFF
position and apply the parking brake.
VESS generates virtual engine sound to
make pedestrians aware. VESS operates
4. Make sure the¢ indicator is off in the
when the vehicle can be driven. When the
instrument cluster.
gear is in P (Park), VESS does not work.
CAUTION
If the
¢ indicator on the instrument
CAUTION
cluster is still on, the vehicle is not turned
off and can move when the gear is in any
• Because the vehicle doesn't make the
position except P (Park).
engine sound, pay attention to the
surrounding environment and drive
carefully.
• After parking or waiting for a traffic
light, check around (children, obstacle,
etc.) before departure.
• When reversing, check directly behind
you before driving. Pedestrians may not
be able to recognize vehicle sounds.
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