Renault Talisman (2016 year). Instruction - part 14

 

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Renault Talisman (2016 year). Instruction - part 14

 

 

3.26

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(2/3)

Grab handle 11

This offers support and can be held 

when the vehicle is being driven.
Do not use it for getting into or out of 

the vehicle.

Clothes hooks 12

Centre console storage 

compartment 7 and 8

Press control 5 and raise armrest 6.

8

11

12

5

7

6

9

10

Storage compartment 10

When the armrest 6 is open, depending 

on the vehicle, press button 9 to access 

the ventilated and cooled storage com-

partment 10.

When turning corners, accelerating or braking, ensure that the receptacle 

being held by the cup holder is not dislodged.
There is a risk of burning if hot liquid escapes.

3.27

Ski hatch 19

If you want to transport long objects 

(skis etc.) in the luggage compartment, 

lower armrest 16, press flap 19 and fold 

it backwards.

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(3/3)

Ensure that no hard, heavy 

or pointed objects are 

placed in the “open” sto-

rage compartments in such 

a way that they may fall onto pas-

sengers during sudden turning or 

braking.

Rear door storage 

compartment 13

Front seat storage 

compartments 14

13

14

Central rear armrest 16

Cup holders 15
Lower the central rear armrest 16.

Rear armrest storage 17
Lower the central rear armrest and 

raise the cover 18.

17

16

18

19

15

Do not place any objects, 

especially heavy or hard 

objects, on the parcel shelf. 

These may pose a risk to 

the vehicle occupants if the driver 

has to brake suddenly or if the vehi-

cle is involved in an accident.

3.28

ASHTRAY/CIGAR LIGHTER/ACCESSORIES SOCKET

1

Ashtray location 2

Cigarette lighter

With the ignition on, push the cover 1 or 

raise the armrest 3 to use the cigarette 

lighter, depending on the vehicle. Pull 

it. After use, replace it without pushing 

it all the way in.

Accessories socket

You can use the cigarette lighter or one 

of the sockets 4. They are provided for 

connecting accessories approved by 

our Technical Department.

Connect accessories with 

a maximum power of 

120 watts (12 V) only.

When several accessory 

sockets are used at the same time, 

the total power of the connected 

accessories must not exceed 

180 watts.

Fire hazard.

4

2

If your vehicle is not fitted with a 

cigar lighter and an ashtray, these 

can be obtained from an authorised 

dealer.

3

4

3.29

Centre seat headrest C 

storage position

Press tab 2 and lower the headrest 

completely.
When the headrest is set at the 

lowest position, this is for storage 

only.  It should not be in this position 

when a seat is occupied.

REAR HEADRESTS

Position for use A

Raise the headrest as far as possible to 

use it in the high position. Check that it 

is correctly locked.

Storage position B

Press the button 1 and lower the head-

rest completely.
When the headrest is set at the 

lowest position, this is for storage 

only.  It should not be in this position 

when a seat is occupied.

The headrest is a safety 

component; check that it is 

fitted and in the correct po-

sition. The top of the head-

rest should be as close as possible 

to the top of the head.

1

2

C

A

B

3.30

To manually fold down the 

seatbacks

Ensure that the front seats are far 

enough forward.
Raise the side headrests to the highest 

position and lower the central headrest 

fully.
Pull the control 1 and lower the seat-

back A.

REAR BENCH SEAT 

(1/2)

1

To raise the seatback

To replace the seatback, proceed in the 

reverse order to removal.
Refit the seatback and click it back into 

place.

A

For safety reasons, carry 

out any adjustments when 

the vehicle is not being 

driven.

The configuration of the 

two-seat bench with the 

small seatback A pulled 

down, does not allow the 

central seat to be used as it would 

be impossible to buckle the seat belt 

(belt buckles inaccessible).

When refitting the seat-

back, make sure it is cor-

rectly locked in place.

If seat covers are fitted

make sure these do not prevent the 

seatback latch from locking in.

Make sure that the seat belts are 

positioned correctly.

Reposition the headrests.

When moving the rear 

seats, ensure that nothing 

obstructs the anchorage 

points (passenger’s arm or 

leg, a pet, gravel, cloth, toys, etc.).

Before folding down any side rear seat, 

fasten the seat belt buckle from the seat 

concerned into its corresponding catch.
This will prevent the seat belt becoming 

trapped when the seat is returned to its 

position for use.
In all cases, check that the seat belts 

are operating correctly.

3.31

To automatically fold down 

the seatbacks (flat position)

From the boot, pulling the control 2 en-

ables you to automatically unlock the 

rear bench seatbacks to get a flat floor.

REAR BENCH SEAT 

(2/2)

2

When moving the rear 

seats, ensure that nothing 

obstructs the anchorage 

points (passenger’s arm or 

leg, a pet, gravel, cloth, toys, etc.).

Conditions of use
– Vehicle stationary;

–  boot lid open;

–  rear seat belts locked.

Operating fault
If all user conditions have been ful-

filled and the folding action still fails to 

operate, please contact an authorised 

dealer.

3.32

Depending on the vehicle, there are va-

rious ways to operate the boot lid:
–  via the external boot lid control;
–  using the hands-free function.

LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT: 4 door versions 

(1/3)

Ensure that nobody is close 

to the moving parts when 

opening/closing the boot lid.
Risk of injury.

When opening or closing the boot 

lid, ensure that nothing interferes 

with the manoeuvre.

As a safety precaution, 

the doors should only be 

opened or closed when the 

vehicle is stationary.

Risk of injury.

1

Via the external boot lid 

control

To open

With the doors unlocked, press 

button 1. The boot lid opens fully and 

automatically.
Note: before opening the boot lid, 

ensure that the surrounding space is 

sufficient to permit operation of the boot 

lid.

To close

Lower the boot lid using the handle 

inside the boot to assist you.

3.33

LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT: 4 door versions 

(2/3)

Using the hands-free function

The hands-free function grants access 

to the boot or allows it to be closed 

while you have your hands full.

With the RENAULT card on your 

person and the ignition turned off, make 

a movement with your foot forwards/

backwards within the range of the sen-

sors 2.

The sensor detects the approach and 

then the removal of your foot and trig-

gers the opening of the boot lid.
Do not keep your foot in the air. Carry 

out the movement without stopping.

2

Activation/deactivation of the 

hands-free function

Using the multifunction screen, select 

menu “vehicle”, “User settings” then 

“Use handsfree card: open/close”. 

Select «ON" or "OFF" to activate or 

deactivate the function.

Usage features of the hands-free 

function

–  the hands-free function is no longer 

available after a few days of lack of 

movement of the vehicle, or after 

around 15 minutes if the vehicle is 

unlocked. To reactivate it, use the 

unlocking button on the RENAULT 

card.

–  The «Hands-free» function is only 

available if the vehicle is stationary 

and the engine is switched off (and 

not on standby with the Stop and 

Start function).

– The hands-free feature may not 

work if the vehicle is equipped with 

a towbar or is in an area with high 

electromagnetic radiation.

Precautions during use
Before opening the tailgate, ensure 

that the surrounding space is suffi-

cient to permit operation of the tailgate. 

Otherwise, stop the movement of the 

boot lid before it makes contact.
Make sure that the sensors are not 

obscured (by dirt, mud, snow, road salt 

etc.).

Note
In very cold weather conditions, the au-

tomatic opening may not operate if the 

trunk lid joints are frozen.

Disable the «hands-free» 

function before washing the 

vehicle manually or han-

dling the emergency spare 

wheel or the towbar.
Risk of accidental opening or clo-

sing of the tailgate which may 

cause injury.

3.34

3

Opening manually from 

inside the vehicle

If it is impossible to unlock the tailgate, 

it can be done manually from inside:
–  access the luggage compartment by 

folding forward the seatback(s) of 

the rear bench seat;

–  slide the tab 3 to the right;
–  push the boot lid to open it.

LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT: 4 door versions 

(3/3)

Ensure that nobody is close 

to the moving parts when 

opening/closing the boot lid.
Risk of injury.

As a safety precaution, 

the doors should only be 

opened or closed when the 

vehicle is stationary.

Risk of injury.

3.35

LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT: estate version 

(1/2)

1

Opening/Closing

To open
With the doors unlocked, press the 

button 1 and lift the boot lid.

To close
Lower the boot lid, using the interior 

handle 2.

2

Special note on vehicles with 

a motorised tailgate

Please refer to the information on the 

“Automatic tailgate” in Section 3.

The attaching of any carry-

ing device (bike rack, lug-

gage box, etc.) resting on 

the luggage compartment 

lid is prohibited. To install a carrying 

device on your vehicle, contact an 

Approved Dealer.

3.36

LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT: estate version 

(2/2)

3

Opening the doors manually 

from the inside

If it is impossible to unlock the tailgate, 

it can be done manually from inside:
–  access the luggage compartment by 

folding forward the seatback(s) of 

the rear bench seat;

–  Unclip the trim at 3;

–  slide the tab 4 to the right or, de-

pending on the vehicle, the tab 5;

–  push the boot lid to open it.

4

5

3.37

If fitted on the vehicle, the tailgate locks 

and unlocks at the same time as the 

doors.
Depending on the vehicle, you have se-

veral different ways to manoeuvre the 

tailgate:
–  using the RENAULT card remote 

control;

–  using the controls on the tailgate;
–  using the dashboard control;
–  using the hands-free function.

AUTOMATIC TAILGATE 

(1/5)

Conditions of use

–  Immobilise the vehicle.
–  If there is any ice or snow prevent-

ing the tailgate from opening, this ice 

or snow must be removed to free the 

tailgate.

–  In the event that the battery is dis-

charged or if it is changed, the tail-

gate should be closed (manually 

if necessary) to restart the tailgate 

motor.

Ensure that nobody is close 

to the moving parts when 

opening/closing the tail-

gate.

Risk of injury.

Opening/Closing

Activating the automatic tailgate ope-

ning or closing using the dashboard 

control or using the RENAULT card 

causes  three beeps to sound just 

before the tailgate begins to move.

When opening or closing the tail-

gate, ensure that nothing interferes 

with the manoeuvre.

To avoid damaging the tailgate 

system, do not manually force the 

tailgate to open or close while it is 

moving.

The attaching of any 

carrying device (bike rack, 

luggage box, etc.) resting 

on the luggage compart-

ment lid is prohibited. To install a 

carrying device on your vehicle, 

contact an Approved Dealer.

3.38

AUTOMATIC TAILGATE 

(2/5)

Using the tailgate interior closing 

control
Press control 3.

Using the tailgate exterior opening 

control
Press control 2.

1

Using the RENAULT card remote 

control
With the ignition off, press and hold 

switch 1 on the RENAULT card.

As a safety precaution, 

the doors should only be 

opened or closed when the 

vehicle is stationary.

Risk of injury.

2

3

3.39

Do not keep your foot in the air. Carry 

out the movement without stopping.
Note: With the tailgate open, after de-

tecting a closure control, it waits around 

3 seconds before triggering the closure 

(a beep is emitted every second).

Using the dashboard control

Press and hold switch 4.

Using the hands-free function

The hands-free function grants access 

to the boot or allows it to be closed 

while you have your hands full.

With the RENAULT card on your person 

and with the ignition off, perform a for-

wards/backwards movement with your 

foot in the area delimited by the sen-

sors 5.

The sensor detects the approach and 

removal of your foot and triggers the 

opening or closing of the tailgate.

AUTOMATIC TAILGATE 

(3/5)

Activation/deactivation of the 

hands-free function
Using the multifunction screen, select 

menu “Vehicle”, “User settings” then 

“Use handsfree card: open/close”. 

Select “ON” or “OFF” to activate or de-

activate the function.

Usage features of the hands-free 

function
–  the hands-free function is no longer 

available after a few days of lack of 

movement of the vehicle, or after 

around 15 minutes if the vehicle is 

unlocked. To reactivate it, use the 

unlocking button on the RENAULT 

card.

–  The “Hands-free” function is only 

available if the vehicle is stationary 

and the engine is switched off (and 

not on standby with the Stop and 

Start function).

–  The «hands-free» feature may not 

work if the vehicle is equipped with a 

towbar or is in an area of high elec-

tromagnetic radiation.

5

4

3.40

AUTOMATIC TAILGATE 

(4/5)

Stopping the tailgate 

manoeuvre

The automatic tailgate manoeuvre can 

be stopped at any time by a short press 

on one of the controls. Depending on 

the opening position, the tailgate hatch 

can however continue to be opened 

manually.
If the tailgate is stationary in the inter-

mediate position, your next press will 

move the tailgate in the opposite direc-

tion to when you stopped it.

Manual mode

After stopping the tailgate, you can per-

form the manoeuvre manually if you 

wish.
You can switch to automatic movement 

at any time by pressing one of the con-

trols.

Obstacle detection

When the tailgate window encounters 

an obstacle (presence of an object or 

person) when it is moving, it stops. 

Depending on the opening position, the 

tailgate hatch can however continue to 

be opened manually.
Press the tailgate opening/closing con-

trol to reperform the tailgate movement 

in the same direction as before encoun-

tering the obstacle.

Limiting the tailgate opening 

angle

You can adjust the maximum tailgate 

opening height It will always stop at the 

chosen position:

–  open the tailgate to an intermediate 

position;

–  manually adjust the tailgate to the 

chosen position;

–  press the automatic tailgate control 3 

for more than 3 seconds to save the 

position.

Two beeps will sound to notify you 

that the position has been saved.

3

The obstacle detection is an 

aid to opening and closing 

the tailgate, it does not in 

any way replace the user’s 

care or responsibility.

3.41

AUTOMATIC TAILGATE 

(5/5)

Operating faults

If you activate the automatic tailgate 

continuously for around a minute (se-

quence of opening and closing), it will 

stop in order to avoid overheating. The 

operation will return to normal after 

about a minute.
The automatic tailgate will not operate 

if the battery is on low charge. In this 

case, operate the automatic tailgate 

with the engine started.

Note
In very cold weather conditions, the au-

tomatic opening may not operate if the 

trunk lid joints are frozen.

Precautions during use

Before opening/closing the tailgate, 

ensure that the surrounding space is 

sufficient to allow the tailgate to ope-

rate. If not, stop the tailgate movement 

with the external tailgate control and 

hold the tailgate in position by hand 

(the tailgate may continue to open ma-

nually).
If the tailgate is moving and the engine 

is started, the movement will stop for a 

seconds before continuing.
Avoid multiple manual stops during the 

automatic tailgate movement (risk of 

damaging the tailgate system).
Make sure that the sensors are not 

obscured (by dirt, mud, snow, road salt 

etc.).

Driver’s responsibility 

when parking or stopping 

the vehicle
Never leave your vehicle 

with a child, an adult who is not self-

sufficient or a pet inside or at the 

rear of the tailgate, even for a short 

while.
They may pose a risk to themselves 

or to others by starting the engine, 

activating equipment such as the 

electric windows, the automatic 

tailgate or by locking the doors.
RISK OF DEATH OR SERIOUS 

INJURY.

Disable the «hands-free» function before washing the vehicle manually 

or handling the emergency spare wheel or the towbar.
Risk of accidental opening or closing of the tailgate which may 

cause injury.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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