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The air flow can also be CLOSED
using the vent adjustment lever. The
instrument panel air vents are the
"click-to-close" type.
To CLOSE the instrument panel
vents perform the following:
- For the driver side vents, slide the

vent adjustment lever to the LEFT
until it clicks.

- For the passenger side vents, slide

the vent adjustment lever to the
LEFT until it clicks.

Temperature control (1,2)

Press the up/down switch to increase/
decrease the temperature.

Adjusting the driver and passenger
side temperature equally

• Press the "SYNC" button to oper-

ate the driver and passenger side
temperature equally.
The passenger side temperature
will be set to the same temperature
as the driver side temperature.

• Push  the driver side temperature

control switch. The driver and pas-
senger side temperature will be
adjusted equally.

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Adjusting the driver and passenger
side temperature individually

Press the "SYNC" button again to
operate the driver and passenger
side temperature individually. The
button indicator will turn off.

Temperature conversion

If the battery has been discharged or
disconnected, the temperature mode
display will reset to Fahrenheit.
To change the temperature unit from
°F to °C or °C to °F:
- Press the AUTO button while press-

ing the OFF button on the climate
control unit for 3 seconds.

- Go to General settings mode 

Unit

Temperature in the Infotainment

system display.

The temperature unit on both the
cluster display and climate control
screen will change.

Air intake control (8)

The air intake control button is used
to select either Fresh mode (outside
air) or Recirculation mode (cabin air).

Recirculation mode

When Recirculation
mode is selected, air
from the passenger
compartment will be
recirculated through the
system and heated or
cooled according to the
function selected.

Fresh mode

When Fresh mode is
selected, air enters the
vehicle from outside and
is heated or cooled
according to the function
selected.

Information 

Operating the system primarily in
Fresh mode is recommended. Use
Recirculation mode temporarily only
when needed.

Prolonged operation of the heater in
Recirculation mode and without the
A/C ON can cause fogging of the
windshield.

In addition, prolonged use of the A/C
ON in Recirculation mode may result
in excessively dry, dehumidified air in
the cabin and may promote formation
of musty vent odor due to stagnant air.

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Fan speed control (5)

The fan speed can be set as desired
by pushing the fan speed control but-
ton.
More air is delivered with higher fan
speeds.
Pressing the OFF button turns off the
fan.

Operating the fan when the
POWER button is in the ON posi-
tion could cause the battery to
discharge. Operate the blower
when the vehicle is in the ready
(

) mode.

Operating the fan when POWER
button is in the ON position could
cause the battery to discharge.
Operate the fan when the vehicle
is in the ready (

) mode.

Air conditioning (12)

Push the A/C button to manually turn
the system on (indicator light will illu-
minate) and off.

OFF mode (6)

Push the OFF button to turn the cli-
mate control system off. You can still
operate the mode and air intake but-
tons.

NOTICE

NOTICE

Continued use of the climate
control system operation in
Recirculation mode for a pro-
longed period of time may
cause drowsiness to the
occupants in the cabin. This
may lead to loss of vehicle
control which may lead to an
accident.

Continued use of the climate
control system operation in
Recirculation mode with the
A/C OFF may allow humidity
to increase inside the cabin.
This may cause condensation
to accumulate on the wind-
shield and obscure visibility.

Do not sleep in your vehicle or
remain parked in your vehicle
with the windows up and
either the heater or the air
conditioning ON for pro-
longed periods of time. Doing
so may increase the levels of
carbon dioxide in the cabin
which may lead to serious
injury or death.

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Driver only

If you press the DRIVER ONLY but-
ton(

) and the indicator light

illuminates, cold air mostly blows in
the direction of the driver's seating
position. However, some of the cold
air may be vented out of other seat-
ing position ducts to keep indoor air
pleasant.
If you use the button with no passen-
ger in the front passenger seat, ener-
gy consumption may be reduced.
DRIVER ONLY button will be turned
off under the following conditions:
1) Defrost on (the DRIVER ONLY

button indicator is not turned off)

2) DRIVER ONLY button re-push 

System Operation

Cooling / Ventilation

1. Select the Face Level 

mode.

2. Set the air intake control to fresh

mode.

3. Set the temperature control to the

desired position.

4. Set the fan speed control to the

desired speed.

Heating

1. Select the Floor Level 

mode.

2. Set the air intake control to fresh

mode.

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 dehu-
midify the air before it enters into
the cabin.

If the windshield fogs up, select the
Floor & Defrost 

mode or press

the Front Defrost 

mode.

Operation Tips

• If dust or unpleasant fumes are

entering the car through the venti-
lation system, temporarily set the
air intake control to the recircula-
tion mode. Return the control to the
fresh mode when the unpleasant
air outside has diminished. This will
help keep the driver alert and com-
fortable.

• To help prevent the inside of the

windshield from fogging, set the air
intake control to fresh mode and
the fan speed to the desired posi-
tion, turn on the air conditioning
system, and adjust the temperature
control to the desired temperature.

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Air conditioning  

Your HYUNDAI vehicle air condition-
ing system is filled with R-1234yf
refrigerant.
1. Start the vehicle.
2. Press the air conditioning button.
3. Select the Face Level 

mode.

4. Set the air intake control to

Recirculation mode temporarily to
allow the cabin to cool quickly.
When the desired temperature in
the cabin is reached, change the
air intake control back to Fresh
mode.

5. Adjust the fan speed control and

temperature control to maintain
maximum comfort.

When maximum cooling is desired,
set the temperature control to the
MAX A/C position, then set the fan
speed control to the highest setting.

When using the air conditioning
system, monitor the temperature
gauge closely while driving up
hills or in heavy traffic when out-
side temperatures. Air condition-
ing system operation when climb-
ing a steep grade or in high out-
side ambient temperatures can
cause fuel cell stack overheating.
Continue to use the fan, but turn
the air conditioning system off if
the temperature gauge indicates
fuel cell stack overheating.

Air conditioning system operation
tips

• If the vehicle has been parked in

direct sunlight during hot weather,
open the windows for a short time
to let the hot air inside the vehicle
escape.

• After sufficient cooling has been

achieved, switch back from recircu-
lation mode to fresh mode.

• To help reduce moisture inside of

the windows on rainy or humid
days, decrease the humidity inside
the vehicle by operating the air
conditioning system with the win-
dows and sunroof closed.

• Use the air conditioning system

every month only for a few minutes
to ensure maximum system per-
formance.

• If you operate air conditioner exces-

sively, the difference between the
temperature of the outside air and
that of the windshield could cause
the outer surface of the windshield
to fog up, causing loss of visibility. In
this case, set the mode selection
knob or button to the 

position

and fan speed control to the lower
speed.

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System Maintenance

Cabin air filter

[A] : Outside air, [B] : Recirculated air
[C] : Climate control air filter, [D] : Blower
[E] : Evaporator core, [F] : Heater core

The cabin air filter is installed behind
the glove box. It filters the dust or other
pollutants that enter the vehicle
through the heating and air condition-
ing system.
Have the The cabin air filter replaced
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer
according to the maintenance sched-
ule.

If the vehicle is being driven in
severe conditions such as dusty or
rough roads and/or if transporting
pets or occupants smoke inside the
vehicle, then more frequent cabin air
filter inspections and changes are
required.
If the air flow rate suddenly decreas-
es, the system should be checked at
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

Checking the amount of air con-
ditioner refrigerant and com-
pressor lubricant

When the amount of refrigerant is
low, the performance of the air con-
ditioning is reduced. Overfilling also
reduces the performance of the air
conditioning system.
Therefore, if abnormal operation is
found, have the vehicle inspected by
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

It is important that the correct
type and amount of oil and refrig-
erant is used. Otherwise, damage
to the compressor and abnormal
system operation may occur. To
prevent damage, the air condition-
ing system in your vehicle should
only be serviced by trained and
certified technicians.

• 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 with one
removed from a used or sal-
vaged vehicle and new replace-
ment MAC evaporators shall be
certified (and labeled) as meet-
ing SAE Standard J2842.

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Air Conditioning refrigerant label

You can find out which air condition-
ing refrigerant is applied to your vehi-
cle on the label located inside of the
hood.

Each symbols and specification on
the

air conditioning refrigerant label is
represented as below:
1. Classification of refrigerant
2. Amount of refrigerant
3. Classification of compressor lubri-

cant

4. Caution
5. Flammable refrigerant
6. To require registered technician to

service air conditioning system 

7. Service manual

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Vehicles equipped with R-1234yf

Since the refrigerant
is mildly flammable
and operated at high
pressure, the air con-
ditioning system
should only be serv-
iced by trained and
certified technicians.

It is important that the correct
type and amount of oil and
refrigerant are used.
All refrigerants should be
reclaimed with proper equip-
ment.
Venting refrigerants directly to
the atmosphere is harmful to
individuals and environment.
Failure to heed these warnings
can lead to serious injuries.

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• For maximum defrost perform-

ance, set the temperature control
to the highest temperature setting
and the fan speed control to the
highest setting.

• If warm air to the floor is desired

while defrosting or defogging, set the
mode to the floor-defrost position.

• Before driving, clear all snow and

ice from the windshield, rear win-
dow, side view mirrors, and all side
windows.

• Clear all snow and ice from the hood

and air inlet in the cowl grill to
improve heater and defroster effi-
ciency and to reduce the probability
of fogging up the inside of the wind-
shield.

Automatic Temperature  Control
System 

To defog inside windshield

1. Select the desired fan speed.
2. Select the desired temperature.
3. Press the defroster button (

).

4. Fresh mode will be selected auto-

matically.

Check to make sure the air intake
control is in Fresh mode. If the air
intake control LED is illuminated,
press the button once to enable
Fresh mode (LED OFF).
If the 

position is selected, the fan

speed is automatically increased.

Windshield heating 

Do not use the 

or 

posi-

tion during cooling operation in
extremely humid weather. The
difference between the temper-
ature of the outside air and that
of the windshield could cause
the outer surface of the wind-
shield to fog up, causing loss of
visibility could cause an acci-
dent resulting in serious injury
or death. In this case, set the
mode selection knob or button
to the 

position and fan

speed control knob or button to
a lower speed.

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To defrost outside windshield

1. Set the fan speed to the highest

(extreme right) position.

2. Set the temperature to the extreme

hot (HI) position.

3. Press the defroster button (

).

4. The outside (fresh) air position will

be selected automatically.

If the 

position is selected, fan

speed may increase slightly to
improve airflow.

Defogging logic

To reduce the probability of fogging
up the inside of the windshield, the
air intake or air conditioning are con-
trolled automatically according to
certain conditions such as 

or 

positions. To cancel or reset the
defogging logic, do the following.

Automatic climate control system

1. Turn the POWER button to the ON

position.

2. Press the defroster button (

).

3. While pressing the air conditioning

button (A/C), press the air intake
control button at least 5 times
within 3 seconds.

The Automatic Temperature Control
information screen will blink 3 times
to indicate that the defogging logic
has been disabled.
Repeat the steps again to re-enable
the defogging logic.

If the battery has been discharged or
negative (-) battery cable is discon-
nected, it resets to the defog logic
status.

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Auto Defogging System 
(Additional Feature with
Automatic Temperature
Control System) (if equipped)

Auto defogging helps reduce the pos-
sibility of fogging up the inside of the
windshield by automatically sensing
the moisture on inside the windshield.
The auto defogging system operates
when the heater or air conditioning is
on.

Information 

The auto defogging system may not
operate normally, when the outside
temperature is below 14 °F (-10 °C).

When the Auto Defogging
System operates, the indi-
cator will illuminate.

If a high amount of humidity is
detected in the vehicle, the Auto
Defogging System will be enabled.
The following steps will be performed
automatically:
Step 1) The A/C button will turn ON.
Step 2) The air intake control will

change to Fresh mode.

Step 3) The mode will be changed to

defrost to direct airflow to the
windshield.

Step 4) The fan speed will be set to

MAX.

If the air conditioning is off or recircu-
lated air position is manually select-
ed while Auto Defogging System is
ON, the Auto Defogging System
Indicator will blink 3 times to signal
that the manual operation has been
canceled.

To cancel or reset the 
Auto Defogging System

Press the front windshield defroster
button for 3 seconds when the
POWER button is in the ON position.
When the Auto Defogging System is
canceled, the ADS OFF symbol will
blink 3 times and ADS OFF will be
displayed on the climate control
information screen.
When the Auto Defogging System is
reset, the ADS OFF symbol will blink
6 times without a signal.

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Information 

• When the air conditioning is turned

on by Auto defogging system, if you
try to turn off the air conditioning, the
indicator will blink 3 times and the air
conditioning will not be turned off.

• To maintain the effectiveness and

efficiency of the Auto Defogging
System, do not select Recirculation
mode while the system is operating.

• When the Auto Defogging System is

operating, the fan speed adjustment
button, the temperature adjustment
knob, and the air intake control but-
ton are all disabled.

Do not remove the sensor cover
located on the upper end of the
windshield glass.
Damage to system parts could
occur and may not be covered by
your vehicle warranty.

Rear Window Defroster

To prevent damage to the rear
window defroster conducting ele-
ments bonded to the inside sur-
face of the rear window, never use
sharp instruments or window
cleaners containing abrasives to
clean the window.

If you want to defrost and defog
the front windshield, refer to the
"Windshield Defrosting and
Defogging" section in this chapter.

The defroster heats the
window to remove frost,
fog and thin ice from the
interior and exterior of
the rear window, while
the vehicle is in the
ready (

)  mode.

• To activate the rear window

defroster, press the rear window
defroster button located in the center
control panel. The indicator on the
rear window defroster button illumi-
nates when the defroster is ON.

• To turn off the defroster, press the

rear window defroster button again.

Information 

• If there is heavy accumulation of

snow on the rear window, brush it
off before operating the rear
defroster.

• The rear window defroster automat-

ically turns off after approximately
20 minutes or when the POWER
button is in the OFF position.

Side view mirror defroster

If your vehicle is equipped with the
side view mirror defrosters, they will
operate at the same time you turn on
the rear window defroster.

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Air Conditioning Auto-drying 
(if equipped)

The Air conditioning auto-drying fea-
ture dries the moisture in the air con-
ditioner and reduces air conditioner
odor. The blower motor automatically
operates after 30 minutes the vehicle
is turned off.

Turning Air conditioning auto-
drying on or off

The Air conditioning auto-drying fea-
ture can be turned on and off by
selecting Settings > Vehicle >
Climate > Air conditioning auto-dry-
ing.
If the operating condition is satisfied
after setting the feature, the operat-
ing condition appears on the infotain-
ment system and the blower motor
automatically operates.
When the Air conditioning auto-dry-
ing feature is  activated, the air con-
ditioner sets the fan speed to the
third level, selects outside (fresh)
mode, and directs the air flow to the
face.

Operating conditions

The Air conditioning auto-drying fea-
ture operates under the following
conditions:
• The vehicle is turned off after oper-

ating the air conditioner for a cer-
tain period.

• The battery level is sufficient and

the outside temperature is above a
certain level.

Non-operating conditions

The Air conditioning auto-drying fea-
ture stops operating under the fol-
lowing conditions:
• The A/C Automatic Drying feature

has operated for 10 minutes.

• The POWER button is moved, or

the vehicle is on.

• The climate control system is oper-

ated remotely.

Information 

The Air conditioning auto-drying fea-
ture reduces air conditioner odors but
may not remove all odors.

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Automatic Ventilation 
(if equipped)

When the POWER button is in the
ON position or when the vehicle is in
the ready (

) mode and tempera-

ture is below 59°F (15°C) with the
recirculated air position selected
more than five minutes, the air intake
position will automatically change to
the outside (fresh) air position.

To cancel or reset the Automatic
Ventilation

When the air conditioning system is
on, select Face Level 

mode and

press the recirculation mode button
five times within three seconds while
pressing A/C button.
When the Automatic Ventilation fea-
ture is enabled, the recirculation but-
ton LED indicator will blink 6 times.
When the Automatic Ventilation fea-
ture is disabled, the recirculation but-
ton LED indicator will blink 3 times.

Sunroof Inside Air
Recirculation (if equipped)

When the heater or air conditioning
system is on with the sunroof
opened, the fresh mode will be auto-
matically selected. If you press the
recirculation mode button with the
sunroof open, recirculation mode
activate but will only remain enabled
for 3 minutes. After 3 minutes the air
intake control will revert back to
Fresh mode.
When the sunroof is closed, the air
intake position will return to the orig-
inal position that was selected.

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To avoid possible theft, do not
leave valuables in the storage
compartments.

Center Console Storage

To open :
Grab and hold the latch (1) on the
arm rest then lift the lid.

Glove Box

To open:
Pull the lever (1).

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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 tem-
peratures for extended periods.

WARNING  

ALWAYS keep the storage com-
partment covers closed secure-
ly 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 crash, the items may fly out
of the compartment and may
cause an injury if they strike the
driver or a passenger.

WARNING  

ALWAYS close the glove box
door after use.
An open glove box door can
cause serious injury to the pas-
senger in an accident, even if the
passenger is wearing a seat belt.

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Cup Holder

Front

Cups or small beverages cups may
be placed in the cup holders.

Rear

Pull the armrest down to use the cup
holders.

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Above glove box

Placing any heavy objects other
than cups or small beverages
may damage the cup holder.

WARNING 

Avoid abrupt starting and
braking when the cup holder
is in use to prevent spilling
your drink. If hot liquid spills,
you could be burned. Such a
burn to the driver could cause
loss of vehicle control result-
ing in an accident.

Do not place uncovered or
unsecured cups,

bottles,

cans, etc., in the cup holder
containing hot liquid while the
vehicle is in motion. Injuries
may result in the event of a
sudden stop or collision.

Only use soft cups in the cup
holders. Hard objects can
injure you in an accident.

WARNING 

Keep cans or bottles out of
direct sun light and do not put
them in a hot vehicle. It may
explode.

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• Keep your drinks sealed while

driving to prevent spilling your
drink. If liquid spills, it may get
into the vehicle's electrical/elec-
tronic system and damage elec-
trical/electronic parts.

• When cleaning spilled liquids do

not use hot air to blow out or dry
the cup holder. This may dam-
age the interior.

Sunvisor

To use the sunvisor, pull it down-
ward.
To use the sunvisor to block the sun
from the side window, pull it down-
ward, release it from the bracket (1)
and swing it to the side towards the
window (2).
To use the vanity mirror, pull down
the sunvisor and slide the mirror
cover (3).
Adjust the sunvisor forward or back-
ward (4) as needed. Use the ticket
holder (5) to hold tickets.

Close the vanity mirror cover secure-
ly and return the sunvisor to its origi-
nal position after use.

Do not put several tickets in the
ticket holder at one time. This
could cause damage to the ticket
holder.

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your view when using the sunvi-
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Power Outlet

The power outlet is designed to pro-
vide power for mobile telephones or
other devices designed to operate
with vehicle electrical systems. The
devices should draw less than 180 W
with the vehicle in the ready (

)

mode.

To prevent damage to the Power
Outlets :
• Use the power outlet only when

the vehicle is in the ready (

)

mode and remove the accessory
plug after use. Using the acces-
sory plug for prolonged periods
of time with the vehicle off could
cause the battery to discharge.

• Only use 12V electric acces-

sories which are less than 180 W
in electric capacity.

• Adjust the air-conditioner or

heater to the lowest operating
level when using the power outlet.

• Close the cover when not in use.
• Some electronic devices can

cause electronic interference
when plugged into a vehicle's
power outlet. These devices may
cause excessive audio static
and malfunctions in other elec-
tronic systems or devices used
in your vehicle.

• Push the plug in as far as it will

go. If good contact is not made,
the plug may overheat and the
fuse may open.

• Plug in battery equipped electri-

cal/electronic devices with
reverse current protection. The
current from the battery may
flow into the vehicle's electri-
cal/electronic system and cause
system malfunction.

NOTICE

Avoid electrical shocks. Do not
place your fingers or foreign
objects (pin, etc.) into a power
outlet or touch the power outlet
with a wet hand.

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AC Inverter (if equipped) 

The AC inverter supplies 115V/150W
electric power to operate electric
accessories or equipments.

Information 

• Rated voltage : AC 115V

• Maximum electric power : 150W

• In order to avoid an electrical sys-

tem failure, electric shock, etc., be
sure to read owner's manual before
use.

• Be sure to close the cover except the

time of use.

• To prevent the battery from being

discharged, do not use the AC
inverter while the vehicle is not in
the ready (

) mode.

• When not using the AC inverter,

make sure to close the AC invert-
er cover.

• After using an electric accessory

or equipment, pull the plug out.
Leaving the accessory or equip-
ment plugged in for a long time
may cause battery discharge.

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To reduce a risk of serious or
fatal injuries:

Do not use a heated electric
device such as a coffeepot,
toaster, heater, iron, etc.

Do not insert foreign objects
into the outlet and do not
touch the outlet as you may
get shocked.

Do not let children touch the
AC inverter.

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• Do not use an electric accessory

or equipment the power con-
sumption of which is greater
than 150W (115V).

• Some electric accessories or

equipments can cause electron-
ic interference. It may cause
excessive audio noise and mal-
functions in other electric sys-
tems or devices in the vehicle.

• Do not use broken electric

accessories or equipments,
which may damage the AC
inverter and electrical systems
of the vehicle.

• Do not use two or more electric

accessories or equipments at
the same time. It may cause
damage to the electrical sys-
tems of the vehicle.

• When the input voltage is lower,

outlet LED will blink and the AC
inverter will turn off automatical-
ly. If the input voltage goes up to
normal, the AC inverter will turn
on again.

USB Charger 

The USB charger is designed to
recharge batteries of small size elec-
tronic devices using a USB cable.

Electronic devices can be charged
when the vehicle is running.

Information 

• The battery charging state may be

monitored on the electronic device.

• Disconnect the USB cable from the

USB port after use.

• A smartphone or a tablet PC may

get warmer during the recharging
process. It does not indicate any
malfunction with the charging sys-
tem.

• A smartphone or a tablet PC that

does not use a USB cable to charge
should be charged using its own
charger.

• Do not attempt to use the charging

terminal either to turn on an audio
or to play media with the infotain-
ment 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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• Use the USB charger when the

vehicle is running. Using the
USB charger for prolonged peri-
ods of time with the ignition
switch in the ON position (vehi-
cle 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 work-

ing current exceeding 3,000
mA (3.0 A).

• When charging an electrical

device by using an USB convert-
ing adapter (C to A type), use a
genuine adapter specified for
your vehicle. A commonly used
adapter is not equipped with any
measures to prevent over cur-
rent and maintain stability.

• Using an unspecified cable may

damage the vehicle’s USB
charger or the connected
devices. We recommend you to
contact an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer for more information on
accessories for HYUNDAI vehi-
cles.

• The use of non-genuine parts

may damage the USB port and
infotainment system. Damage
cannot be covered by your vehi-
cle warranty.

Wireless Cellular Phone
Charging System  

On certain models, the vehicle
comes equipped with a wireless cel-
lular phone charger.
The system is available when all
doors are closed, and when the
POWER button is ON.

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To charge a cellular phone 

The wireless cellular phone charging
system charges only the Qi-enabled
cellular phones (

). Read the label

on the cellular phone accessory
cover or visit your cellular phone
manufacturer's website to check
whether your cellular phone supports
the Qi technology.
The wireless charging process starts
when you put a Qi-enabled cellular
phone on the wireless charging unit.

1. Remove other items, including the

smart key, from the wireless charg-
ing unit. If not, the wireless charg-
ing process may be interrupted.
Place the cellular phone on the
center of the charging pad (

).

2. The indicator light is orange when

the cellular phone is charging. The
indicator light turns green when
phone charging is complete.

3. You can turn ON or OFF the wire-

less charging function in the
Vehicle Settings mode on the
Infotainment system screen. For
further information, refer to the
separately supplied "Navigation
manual".

Information 

• Remove other items including the

smart key from the wireless charg-
ing pad.

• For flip type smartphones, when

using wireless charging, place the
smartphone folded with the device’s
back placed on the center of the
wireless charging unit.

If your cellular phone is not charging:
- Slightly change the position of the

cellular phone on the charging
pad.

- Make sure the indicator light is

orange.

The indicator light will blink orange for
10 seconds if there is a malfunction in
the wireless charging system.
In this case, temporarily stop the
charging process, and re-attempt to
charge your cellular phone again.
The system warns you with a mes-
sage on the cluster display if the cel-
lular phone is still on the wireless
charging unit after the POWER button
is in the OFF position and the front
door is opened.

Information 

For some manufacturer's cellular
phones, the system may not warn you
even though the cellular phone is left
on the wireless charging unit. This is
due to the particular characteristic of
the cellular phone and not a malfunc-
tion of the wireless charging.

• The wireless cellular phone

charging system may not sup-
port certain cellular phones,
which are not verified for the Qi
specification (

).

• When placing your cellular

phone on the charging mat,
position the phone in the middle
of the mat for optimal charging
performance. If your cell phone
is off to the side, the charging
rate may be less and in some
cases the cell phone may experi-
ence higher heat conduction.

• In some cases, the wireless

charging may stop temporarily
when the Smart Key is used,
either when starting the vehicle or
locking/unlocking the doors, etc.

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• When charging certain cellular

phones, the charging indicator
may not change to green when
the cell phone is fully charged.

• The wireless charging process

may temporarily stop, when tem-
perature abnormally increases
inside the wireless cellular phone
charging system. Stop the charg-
ing cellular phone and wait until
temperature falls to a certain level.

• The wireless charging process

may temporarily stop when there
is any metallic item, such as a
coin, between the wireless cellular
phone charging system and the
cellular phone.

• When charging some cellular

phones with a  self-protection fea-
ture, the wireless charging speed
may decrease and the wireless
charging may stop.

• If the cellular phone has a thick

cover, the wireless charging may
not be possible.

• If the cell phone is not completely

contacting the charging pad, wire-
less charging may not operate
properly.

• Some magnetic items like credit

cards, phone cards or rail tickets
may be damaged if left with the
cellular phone during the charging
process.

• When any cellular phone without a

wireless charging function or a
metallic object is placed on the
charging pad, a small noise may
sound. This small sound is due to
the vehicle discerning compatibil-
ity of the object placed on the
charging pad. It does not affect
your vehicle or the cellular phone
in any way.

Information 

If the POWER button is in the OFF
position, the charging also stops.

Information 

This device complies with part 15 of
the FCC Rules. 

Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: 

1. This device may not cause harmful

interference, and 

2. This device must accept any inter-

ference received, including interfer-
ence that may cause undesired
operation.

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Clock

Select the Vehicle Settings menu on
the Infotainment system screen

Select [Date/Time].
• GPS time: Displays time according

to the received GNSS time.

• Daylight saving time : The clock is

adjusted forward one hour.

• Time format : Switches to 12 hour

or 24 hour.

For more details, refer to the sepa-
rately supplied Navigation manual.

Coat Hook

These hangers are not designed to
hold large or heavy items.

Do not hang other objects such
as hangers or hard objects
except clothes. Also, do not put
heavy,

sharp or breakable

objects in the clothes pockets.
In an accident or when the cur-
tain air bag is inflated, it may
cause vehicle damage or per-
sonal injury.

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Do not attempt to adjust the
clock while driving. Doing so
may result in distracted driving
which may lead to an accident
involving personal injury or
death.

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Floor Mat Anchor(s)

ALWAYS use the Floor Mat Anchors
to attach the front floor mats to the
vehicle. The anchors on the front
floor carpet keep the floor mats from
sliding forward.

Luggage Net Holder (if equipped)

To keep items from shifting in the lug-
gage compartment, you can use the
4 holders located in the luggage
board to attach the luggage net.
Make sure the luggage net is securely
attached to the holders in the luggage
board.

The following must be observed
when installing ANY floor mat
to the vehicle.

Ensure that the floor mats are
securely attached to the vehi-
cle's floor mat anchor(s)
before driving the vehicle.

Do not use ANY floor mat that
cannot be firmly attached to
the vehicle's floor mat anchors.

Do not stack floor mats on top
of one another (e.g. all-weath-
er rubber mat on top of a car-
peted floor mat). Only a single
floor mat should be installed
in each position.

IMPORTANT - Your vehicle was
manufactured with driver’s side
floor mat anchors that are
designed to securely hold the
floor mat in place. To avoid any
interference with pedal opera-
tion, HYUNDAI recommends
that the HYUNDAI floor mat
designed for use in your vehicle
be installed.

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Do not overlay additional mats
or liners over the floor mats. If
using All Weather mats, remove
the carpeted floor mats before
installing them. Only use floor
mats designed to connect to the
anchors.

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Cargo Security Screen

Use the cargo security screen to
cover items stored in the cargo area.

To use the cargo security screen

1. Pull the cargo security screen

towards the rear of the vehicle by
the handle (1).

2. Insert the guide pin (2) into the

guide (3).

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Pull out the cargo security screen with
the handle in the center to prevent the
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Avoid eye injury. DO NOT over-
stretch the luggage net. ALWAYS
keep your face and body out of
the luggage net's recoil path. DO
NOT use the luggage net when
the strap has visible signs of
wear or damage.
Use the luggage net to keep only
light items from shifting in the
luggage compartment.

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When the cargo security screen is
not in use:

1. Pull the cargo security screen

backward and up to release it from
the guides.

2. The cargo security screen will

automatically slide back in.

Information 

The cargo security screen may not
automatically slide back in if the
cargo security screen is not fully
pulled out. Pull the cargo screen out
all the way and then slowly allow the
screen to retract back into the mecha-
nism.

To remove the cargo security
screen

1. Push one side of the cargo screen

inward to compress the spring
mechanism and release the
screen from the vehicle.

2. While the mechanism is com-

pressed, pull out the cargo security
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Do not place objects on the
cargo security screen. Such
objects may be thrown about
inside the vehicle and possi-
bly injure vehicle occupants
during an accident or when
braking.

Never allow anyone to ride in
the luggage compartment. It is
designed for luggage only.

Maintain the balance of the
vehicle and locate the weight
as forward as possible.

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Roof Side Rails (if equipped)

If your vehicle comes equipped with
roof side rails, then roof rack cross-
bars can be installed on top of your
vehicle.
The roof rack crossbars are an
accessory and are available at your
local HYUNDAI dealer.

If the vehicle is equipped with a
sunroof, be sure not to position
cargo onto the roof rack in such a
way that it could interfere with
sunroof operation.

• When carrying cargo on the roof

rack, take the necessary precau-
tions to make sure the cargo
does not damage the roof of the
vehicle.

• When carrying large objects on

the roof rack, make sure they do
not exceed the overall roof
length or width.

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The following specification is
the maximum weight that can
be loaded onto the roof rack.
Distribute the load as evenly
as possible onto the roof rack
and secure the load firmly.
Loading cargo or luggage in
excess of the specified weight
limit on the roof rack may
damage your vehicle.

The vehicle center of gravity will
be higher when items are
loaded onto the roof rack.
Avoid sudden starts, braking,
sharp turns, abrupt maneuvers
or high speeds that may result
in loss of vehicle control or
rollover resulting in an accident.

Always drive slowly and turn
corners carefully when carry-
ing items on the roof rack.
Severe wind updrafts, caused
by passing vehicles or natural
causes, can cause sudden
upward pressure on items
loaded on the roof rack. This
is especially true when carry-
ing large, flat items such as
wood panels or mattresses.
This could cause the items to
fall off the roof rack and cause
damage to your vehicle or
others around you.

To prevent damage or loss of
cargo while driving, check fre-
quently before or while driving
to make sure the items on the
roof rack are securely fastened.

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Max 220 lbs. (100 kg)

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Infotainment system ..............................................4-2

USB port .............................................................................4-2
Antenna ...............................................................................4-2
Steering Wheel Audio Control........................................4-3
Bluetooth

®

Wireless Technology ..................................4-4

Blue Link

®

Center .............................................................4-4

Infotainment System.........................................................4-4

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Information 

• If you install an aftermarket HID

headlight, your vehicle's audio and
electronic devices may malfunction.

• Prevent chemicals such as perfume,

cosmetic oil, sun cream, hand clean-
er, and air freshener from contacting
the interior parts because they may
cause damage or discoloration.

USB port 

You can use an USB port to plug in an
USB.
To use the USB, open the front con-
sole cover by slightly pressing the
lower part of the cover.
After use, to close the cover, slightly
pull down the cover.

Information 

When using a portable audio device
connected to the power outlet, noise
may occur during playback. If this
happens, use the power source of the
portable audio device. 

Antenna

Shark fin antenna 

The shark fin antenna will receive the
AM, FM broadcast signals, SXM,
LTE and transmit data.

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Steering Wheel Audio Control

Do not operate multiple audio
remote control buttons simultane-
ously.

VOLUME (VOL + / - ) (1)

• Press the VOLUME (+) switch up

to increase volume.

• Press the VOLUME (-) switch down

to decrease volume.

SEEK/PRESET (

) (2)

If the SEEK/PRESET switch is
pressed up or down and held for 0.8
second or more, it will function in the
following modes:

RADIO mode

It will function as the AUTO SEEK
select button. It will SEEK until you
release the button.

MEDIA mode

It will function as the FF/RW button.

If the SEEK/PRESET switch is
pressed up or down, it will function in
the following modes:

RADIO mode

It will function as the PRESET STA-
TION UP/DOWN button.

MEDIA mode

It will function as the TRACK UP/
DOWN button.

MODE (3)

Press the MODE button to toggle
through Radio, SXM, or Media mode.

MUTE (

) (4) 

• Press the MUTE button to mute the

sound.

• Press the MUTE button again to

activate the sound.

Information 

Detailed information for audio control
buttons are described in the separately
supplied manual with the vehicle.

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Bluetooth

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Wireless

Technology

(1) Call / Answer button
(2) Call end button
(3) Microphone

Detailed information for the Bluetooth
hands-free is described in a separate-
ly supplied manual with the vehicle.

Blue Link

®

Center

For details, refer to the Blue Link

®

Owner's Guide, Navigation Manual
or Audio Manual.

Infotainment System

Detailed information for the
Infotainment system is described in a
separately supplied manual with the
vehicle.

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Driving your vehicle

5

Before Driving ........................................................5-4

Before Entering the Vehicle ...........................................5-4
Before Starting ..................................................................5-4

Power Button..........................................................5-6

POWER Button Positions.................................................5-7
Starting the Vehicle ..........................................................5-9
Turning Off the Vehicle .................................................5-10

Reduction Gear.....................................................5-11

Reduction Gear Operation ............................................5-11
Parking...............................................................................5-13
Cluster Display Messages .............................................5-13
Good Driving Practices ..................................................5-16

Paddle Shifter (Regenerative Braking Control)5-17
Braking System ....................................................5-19

Power Brakes ...................................................................5-19
Disc Brake Wear Indicator ............................................5-20
Electronic Parking Brake (EPB)...................................5-20
Auto Hold ..........................................................................5-26
Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) ....................................5-30
Electronic Stability Control (ESC)................................5-32
Vehicle Stability Management (VSM).........................5-35
Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC) ....................................5-37
Good Braking Practices.................................................5-37

Drive Mode Integrated Control System ............5-38

Drive mode change alert...............................................5-39
ECO mode climate control ............................................5-39

Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) 
(Sensor Fusion)....................................................5-40

Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist setting and 
activation ...........................................................................5-40
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist warning 
message and function control .....................................5-42
Detecting sensor .............................................................5-45
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist malfunction....5-47
Limitations of Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist .5-49
Lane-Change oncoming function ...............................5-55
Warning message and function control ....................5-55
Limitations of the function...........................................5-56

Lane Keeping Assist (LKA) .................................5-57

Lane Keeping Assist operation ....................................5-58
Driver's attention ............................................................5-64
Warning light and message ..........................................5-66
Lane Keeping Assist function change .......................5-66

Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA)..5-67

Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist description.5-67
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist setting and 
activation ...........................................................................5-68
Warning message and function control ....................5-71

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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