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AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION (3/4)
Special cases
Special circumstances
Note: in “Low” mode, the variations
in engine speed are continuous and
In certain driving conditions
(result-
If the road type or weather condi-
the accelerations are more linear.
ing in, for example, engine protection,
tions
(steep uphill slopes, sudden
operation of the Electronic Stability
downhill slopes, deep snow, sand or
To avoid the engine stalling in very
Control programme: ESC etc.) the au-
mud) make it difficult to stay in auto-
cold weather, wait a few seconds
tomated system may change the gear
matic mode, depending on the vehicle,
before disengaging position P or N and
automatically.
it is advisable:
engaging the lever in position D, R or L.
Likewise, to prevent incorrect manoeu-
- on vehicles equipped with steering
vres, a gear change may be refused by
wheel paddles: switch to manual
the automatic system: in this case the
mode using the paddles. This will
gear display flashes for a few seconds
prevent the automatic gearbox from
as a warning.
changing gears repeatedly when
climbing, and permit engine braking
on long descents.
- on vehicles not equipped with steer-
ing wheel paddles: use “Low” mode
to enable, at low speed below
31 mph (50 km/h), driving on sur-
faces with low grip (snow, mud, etc.),
When facing uphill, to remain
climbing a slope or engine braking
stopped, do not keep your foot on
during a hill descent. To do this, set
the accelerator.
the lever to position L.
Risk of overheating the automatic
gearbox.
Check that the indicator
light P on the instrument
panel is activated before
leaving the vehicle.
Risk of loss of immobilisation of
the vehicle.
2.130
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION (4/4)
Parking the vehicle
Maintenance period
When the vehicle is stopped, move the
Refer to the maintenance document
lever to position P while keeping your
for your vehicle or consult an Approved
foot on the brake pedal: the gearbox is
Dealer to check whether the automatic
8
in neutral and the drive wheels are me-
gearbox requires scheduled mainte-
chanically locked by the driveshaft.
nance.
Ensure that the electronic parking
If it does not need to be serviced, there
brake is engaged.
is no need to top up the oil.
9
Operating faults
- when driving, if the message
“WARNING: Check Gearbox” ap-
For safety reasons, do not
pears on the instrument panel, it indi-
switch off the ignition before
cates a failure.
the vehicle has come to a
Contact your approved Dealer as
When setting off, if the lever is stuck in
complete standstill.
soon as possible;
P when you press the brake pedal (e.g.
- when driving, if the message
battery fault), it is possible to manually
“WARNING: Gearbox Overheating”
release the lever to unblock the drive
appears on the instrument panel,
wheels. To do this, unclip the base of
An impact to the under-
the gaiter and press the 9 push button
stop as soon as possible to let the
side of the vehicle while
while simultaneously pressing the 8
gearbox cool down and wait for the
manoeuvring
(e.g. strik-
button on the lever to unlock the lever
message to disappear;
ing a post, raised kerb or
and shift to position N.
other street furniture) may result in
- Troubleshooting on a vehicle with
an automatic gearbox ➥ 5.35.
Contact an authorised dealer as soon
damage to the vehicle (e.g. defor-
as possible.
mation of an axle).
To avoid any risk of accident, have
your vehicle checked by an ap-
proved Dealer.
2.131
EMERGENCY CALL (1/3)
If the vehicle is equipped, the emer-
gency call system enables the emer-
gency services to be called (without
charge) automatically or manually in
the event of an accident or illness, in
order to reduce the time they take to
arrive on the scene.
3
If you use the emergency call function
to report an accident which you have
2
witnessed, this implies stopping where
traffic conditions allow in order for the
emergency services to locate your ve-
hicle and therefore the location of the
1
5
reported accident.
4
In all cases, comply with local legisla-
tion.
1
System operation warning light:
A call is always made as follows:
– green: operational
- the call is set up with the emergency
(network available);
services;
- off: non-operational
(network unavailable);
- send data related to the incident (ve-
Use the emergency call only in the
hicle identification plate, local time
- red: operating
event of an emergency you are in-
of the call, last positions, direction of
fault;
volved in, if you witness an accident
the vehicle) ;
- green flashing: call in progress.
or if you feel ill.
2
Automatic mode warning light.
- voice communication with the emer-
3
SOS button.
gency services;
4
Microphone.
In the event of an acci-
- if necessary, emergency assistance
5
Speaker.
dent, if the location and traf-
is called.
fic conditions permit, stay
Emergency call has two modes:
close to the vehicle in order
to be able answer the call centre
- automatic mode;
quickly if necessary.
– Manual mode.
2.132
EMERGENCY CALL (2/3)
Automatic mode
In the event of unintended operation, it
is possible to cancel the call by press-
If the automatic mode 2 warning light
ing the 3 button for around two sec-
appears in green this confirms that the
onds, before the call is connected to
automatic system is activated.
the call centre.
The emergency call starts automati-
Once a call is established, only the call
cally in the event of an accident that
3
centre can end the call.
has required the activation of the pro-
tective equipment (seat belt pretension-
2
Test mode
ers, airbag etc.).
(depending on local laws)
Test mode is reserved exclusively for
Approved Dealers to check that the
emergency call feature is working prop-
1
erly.
To activate test mode:
Manual mode
- briefly press the 3 button three times;
The emergency call is carried out by:
- wait approximately 15 seconds;
- pressing and holding the 3 button for
- briefly press the 3 button three times.
at least three seconds;
Exit from test mode is automatic.
or
- pressing the
3 button five times
within ten seconds.
2.133
EMERGENCY CALL (3/3)
The system operates with a dedi-
cated battery. The battery serv-
ice life is approximately four years
(the 1 warning light lights up in red
Without the emergency call feature,
to warn you when approaching
the system is not trackable and will
expiry).
not be under constant surveillance.
Consult an approved dealer
Data is automatically and constantly
erased, and the system stores only
the last three positions of the vehi-
cle.
To guarantee your safety
and the proper operation of
According to legislation relevant to
1
the system, any operation
the country, data is only sent in the
carried out on the battery
event of an emergency call. Data
Operating faults
(removal, disconnection, etc.) must
sent to the call centre is treated ac-
In some cases, the emergency call may
be carried out by a qualified special-
cording to the personal data protec-
not work (e.g. low battery).
ist.
tion laws applicable in the country
where you are located. The system
If the system detects an operating fault,
Risk of serious burns or electric
stores activity history data for
the 1 warning light illuminates in red for
shocks.
13 hours only.
more than 30 minutes. Contact your ap-
You must respect the replacement
proved Dealer as soon as possible;
The vehicle owner has the right of
intervals (without exceeding them)
access to their data. They can re-
as stated in the maintenance docu-
quest that the data be corrected,
ment.
deleted or locked.
The battery is a specific type.
Please ensure it is replaced with the
same type.
Call an approved Dealer.
2.134
Section 3: Your Comfort
MULTI-SENSE
3.2
Air Vents
3.4
Manual air conditioning, heating system
3.6
Automatic climate control
3.12
Air conditioning: information and advice on use
3.16
Air conditioning: information and advice on use
3.17
Multimedia equipment
3.18
Electric windows
3.20
Sun visor
3.23
Interior lighting
3.24
Passenger compartment storage, fittings
3.27
Accessories socket
3.32
Rear headrests
3.33
Rear bench seat: functions
3.34
Luggage compartment
3.35
Rear parcel shelf
3.36
Luggage compartment storage
3.37
Transporting objects in the luggage compartment
3.38
Transporting objects: towbar
3.39
Roof bars, spoiler
3.40
3.1
MULTI-SENSE (1/2)
The “MULTI-SENSE” system enables
“Eco” mode
a choice between three driving modes
MULTI-SENSE
“Eco” mode focuses on energy saving.
that can be used to control driving,
The steering is smooth, engine and
ambient lighting, comfort and engine
gearbox management enable fuel con-
sound (depending on the vehicle):
sumption to be reduced ➥ 2.28.
– the “Eco” and “Sport” modes are
preconfigured and can be partially
customised (ambient lighting etc.) ;
- the “My Sense” mode is customis-
able.
The drive modes affect the:
- power-assisted steering;
- Electronic Stability Program;
- the response of the engine and gear-
Mode configuration
box.
They also affect the:
- the lighting in the passenger com-
partment and of the instrument
panel;
- information displayed on the multi-
media screen and, depending on the
mode selected, on the instrument
panel;
- depending on the vehicle, the engine
sound.
In all modes, it is possible to change
the colour of the ambient lighting
and to reset the settings to default.
The instrument panel style can be
modified only using
“My Sense”
Engine settings are specific to each
mode.
of the driving modes and cannot be
customised.
3.2
MULTI-SENSE (2/2)
“Sport” mode
This mode enables an increased re-
1
sponsiveness from the engine and the
gearbox. The steering is firmer.
“My Sense” mode
Using standard default vehicle settings,
this mode can be used to manually con-
figure driving, ambient lighting, comfort
2
and engine sound (depending on the
vehicle).
Accessing the menu
You can access “MULTI-SENSE” (de-
pending on the vehicle):
- from the multimedia screen 1;
- using the 2 switch.
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
tions for further information.
After the engine is switched off, the
vehicle will always restart in “My
Sense” mode.
3.3
AIR VENTS, air outlets (1/2)
3
4
5
6
2
1
7
8
7
1
Left-hand air vent
9
6
Right-hand air vent
2 Left-hand side window demisting
7 Passenger footwell heater outlets
vent
8
Control panel
3
Windscreen demisting vents
9 Footwell heater outlets for rear
4
Centre air vents
passengers (depending on the
5 Right-hand side window demister
vehicle)
outlet
3.4
AIR VENTS, air outlets (2/2)
10
10
6
9
4
Centre 4 and side vents 1
Rear seats
and 6
(depending on vehicle)
Passenger footwell heater outlets 9.
Air flow
To close: move the cursor 10 towards
the outside of the vehicle beyond the
resistance point.
To open: move the cursor 10 towards
the inside of the vehicle.
Direction
Do not add anything to the
Move the cursor 10 to the desired po-
vehicle’s ventilation circuit
sition.
(for example, to remove
bad odours).
Do not attach any objects to the air
vents (e.g. telephone mounting).
There is a risk of damage or of
fire.
Risk of damage.
3.5
MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING SYSTEM (1/6)
Distribution of air in the
A
2
3
4
5
passenger compartment
1
6
There are five air distribution options.
Turn control 1 to choose the distribution
option.
The air flow is directed to the
W
windscreen and the front side
window demisting vents.
The air flow is distributed be-
tween front side window de-
misting vents, the windscreen demist-
ing vents and the footwells.
The air flow is directed mainly
towards the footwells.
Controls A
The air flow is directed to-
(depending on vehicle)
wards the dashboard air vents,
1 Distribution of air in the passenger compartment.
the front footwells and, depending on
the vehicle, the second row footwells.
2 De-icing/demisting of the rear screen and, depending on the vehicle, the rear view
mirrors.
The air flow is mainly directed
J
to the dashboard air vents.
3 Adjusting the ventilation fan speed.
4 Air recirculation.
5 Adjusting the air temperature.
6 Air conditioning.
3.6
MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING SYSTEM (2/6)
Switching air conditioning on
B
7
6
3
1
or off
5
Activation is not possible if the 3 control
is set to “0” (control A) or “OFF” (con-
trol B).
Press the 6 button to deactivate the air
conditioning. The button’s warning light
will go out.
The air conditioning system is used
for:
- lowering the temperature inside the
passenger compartment;
2
4
- eliminating condensation more
Controls B
quickly.
(depending on the vehicle)
1 Distribution of air in the passenger compartment.
2 De-icing/demisting of the rear screen and, depending on the vehicle, the rear view
mirrors.
3 Adjusting the ventilation fan speed.
4 Air recirculation.
5 Adjusting the air temperature.
6 Air conditioning control.
7 “Clear View” function.
3.7
MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING SYSTEM (3/6)
Air recirculation (isolation of
Stopping the system
Switching air conditioning on
the passenger compartment)
Turn the 3 control to “OFF” or “0” to
or off
switch off the system or press the 4
Air recirculation is for:
In automatic mode, the system switches
button. To start it, turn the 3 control to
the air conditioning system on or off,
- isolating the vehicle from the exter-
adjust the fan speed.
depending on the climate conditions.
nal atmosphere (driving in polluted
areas, etc.);
Activation is not possible if the 3 control
Clear View function
is set to “0” (control A) or “OFF” (con-
- to cool the passenger compartment
Press the 7 button: the integrated indi-
trol B).
temperature more quickly when air
conditioning is activated.
cator light comes on.
Press the 6 button to deactivate the air
conditioning. The button’s warning light
This function is managed automatically
This function quickly demists and de-
will go out.
but you can also activate it manually. In
ices the windscreen, the rear screen,
this case, the operation is confirmed by
the front side windows, and the door
The air conditioning system is used
the button’s warning light 4.
mirrors (depending on the vehicle). The
for:
air conditioning and rear screen de-ic-
Manual use
ing functions must be activated.
- lowering the temperature inside the
passenger compartment;
Press button 4, the button’s warning
Press button 2 to stop the heated rear
light comes on.
screen operating, and the integrated in-
- eliminating condensation more
dicator goes out.
quickly.
Prolonged use of this position may lead
to odours, caused by non-renewal of
To exit this function, press button 7
air, and the formation of condensation
or 5.
on the windows. To avoid this, air recir-
culation is disabled automatically after
a certain time.
Fuel consumption increases when
Using the demisting/de-icing func-
the air conditioning is being used
tion will disable the air recirculation.
(switch it off when it is not required).
3.8
MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING SYSTEM (4/6)
4
6
1
Switching the air
recirculation on
Press button 4: the button’s warning
light comes on. Under these conditions,
air is taken from the passenger com-
partment and is recirculated, with no air
being taken from outside the vehicle.
If the air conditioning is not acti-
Air recirculation is for:
vated (“A/C warning light on the 6
button goes off), prolonged use of
- isolating the vehicle from the exter-
recirculated air may cause mist to
nal atmosphere (driving in polluted
form on the side windows and wind-
areas, etc.);
screen as well as other problems
- to cool the passenger compartment
due to the presence of non-recircu-
temperature more quickly when air
lated air in the passenger compart-
conditioning is activated.
ment. To avoid this, air recirculation
is disabled automatically after a cer-
tain time.
3.9
MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING SYSTEM (5/6)
Adjusting the air temperature
1
3
5
Turn control 5 to obtain the desired
temperature. The further towards the
red the slide is, the higher the tempera-
ture will be.
When the air conditioning system is
used for long periods, it may begin to
feel cold. To increase the temperature,
turn control 5 to the right.
Adjusting the ventilation
speed
Move the 3 control to adjust the amount
of air blown. If you want to shut off the
flow of air, set the 3 control to “0” (con-
trol A) or “OFF” (control B).
The system is deactivated: the ventila-
tion speed is zero (vehicle stationary).
You can, however, still feel a slight flow
of air when the vehicle is moving.
Using W
position on the 1 con-
trol will disable the air recirculation
function in order to prevent misting
of the windscreen.
3.10
MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING SYSTEM (6/6)
2
3
4
5
1
Rear screen de-icing/
Rapid demisting
demisting
Turn controls 1, 3 and 5 to:
With the engine running, press
- demisting W
;
button 2. The operating tell-tale comes
on.
- the fan speed in position 3 or 4;
This function permits rapid demisting/
- maximum temperature.
de-icing of the rear screen and de-icing
Press the 4 button to deactivate the air
of the door mirrors (on equipped vehi-
recirculation (warning light off).
cles).
To exit this function, press button 2
again. Warning light goes out.
Demisting automatically stops.
3.11
AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (1/4)
Adjusting the ventilation
1
2
3
4
5
6
speed.
In automatic mode, the system uses
the most suitable amount of air to reach
and maintain the desired comfort level.
You can still adjust the ventilation
speed by turning control 1 to increase
or reduce the ventilation speed.
Adjusting the air temperature
Turn control 3 to obtain the desired
temperature.
8
7
Turning the control to the
right
in-
creases the temperature.
The controls
Automatic mode
(depending on the vehicle)
The automatic climate control system
guarantees comfort in the passen-
1
Adjusting the ventilation fan speed.
ger compartment and good visibility
2
“Clear View” function.
(except in the event of extreme condi-
3
Adjusting the air temperature.
tions), while optimising consumption.
The system controls the ventilation
4
Automatic mode.
speed, air distribution, air recirculation,
5
Air conditioning control.
and starting and stopping the air condi-
tioning and air temperature.
6
Distribution of air in the passenger
compartment.
AUTO: allows the selected comfort
level to be best attained, depending on
7
Air recirculation.
the exterior conditions. Press button 4.
8
De-icing/demisting of the rear screen
and, depending on the vehicle, the
Any action on a button other than
rear view mirrors.
the AUTO button triggers deactiva-
tion of automatic mode.
3.12
AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (2/4)
Clear View function
2
4
6
Press the 2 button: the integrated indi-
cator light comes on.
This function quickly demists and de-
ices the windscreen, the rear screen,
the front side windows, and the door
mirrors (depending on the vehicle). The
air conditioning and rear screen de-ic-
ing functions must be activated.
Press button 8 to stop the heated rear
screen operating, and the integrated in-
dicator goes out.
To exit this function, press button 2
8
or 4.
Adjusting the distribution
The air flow is directed towards
the dashboard air vents, the
of air in the passenger
front footwells and, depending on the
compartment
vehicle, the second row footwells.
Turn control 6. The integrated warning
The air flow is mainly directed
light in the button comes on.
to the dashboard air vents.
All the air is then directed to
W
the windscreen and front side
owards the footwells.
window demisting vents.
The air flow is distributed be-
tween front side window de-
misting vents, the windscreen demist-
ing vents and the footwells.
3.13
AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (3/4)
5
8
Rear screen de-icing/
Switching air conditioning on
demisting
or off
Press the 8 button: the integrated in-
In automatic mode, the system switches
dicator light comes on. This function
the air conditioning system on or off,
enables rapid demisting or de-icing of
depending on the climate conditions.
the rear screen and de-icing of the rear
Press the 5 button to deactivate the air
view mirrors (on equipped vehicles).
conditioning. The integrated indicator
To exit this function, press button 8
light goes off.
again. Demisting automatically stops.
3.14
AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (4/4)
Stopping the system
1
4
Turn the control 1 to “OFF” to stop the
system. To start it, turn the control 1
again, then adjust the fan speed or
press the button 4.
7
Air recirculation (isolation of
Manual use
the passenger compartment)
Press the 7 button: the integrated indi-
cator light comes on.
This function is managed automatically
but you can also activate it manually. In
Prolonged use of this position may lead
this case, the operation is confirmed by
to odours, caused by non-renewal of
a warning light on the button 7.
air, and the formation of condensation
on the windows.
To avoid this, air recirculation is disa-
bled automatically after a certain time.
Fuel consumption increases when
Using the demisting/de-icing func-
the air conditioning is being used
tion will disable the air recirculation.
(switch it off when it is not required).
3.15
AIR CONDITIONING: information and operating instructions (1/2)
Advice on use
Fuel consumption
Operating faults
In some situations (air conditioning off,
You will normally notice an increase in
As a general rule, contact your ap-
air recirculation activated, ventilation
fuel consumption (especially in town)
proved dealer in the event of an oper-
speed at zero or low etc.), you may
when the air conditioning is operating.
ating fault.
notice that condensation starts to form
For vehicles fitted with air conditioning
- Reduction in de-icing, demisting
on the windows and windscreen.
with no automatic mode, switch off the
or air conditioning performance.
If there is condensation, use the “Clear
system when it is not required.
This may be caused by the passen-
View” function to remove it, then use
ger compartment filter cartridge be-
Advice for reducing consumption
the air conditioning in automatic mode
coming clogged.
and helping to preserve the environ-
to stop it forming again.
ment
- No cold air is being produced.
Check that the controls are set cor-
Drive with the air vents open and the
rectly and that the fuses are sound.
windows closed. If the vehicle has been
Otherwise, switch off the system.
parked in the sun, open the doors for a
few moments to let the hot air escape
before starting the engine.
Presence of water under the
vehicle
Maintenance
After prolonged use of the air condi-
Refer to the Maintenance Document
tioning system, it is normal for water
for your vehicle for the inspection fre-
to be present under the vehicle. This is
quency.
caused by condensation.
Do not add anything to the
vehicle’s ventilation circuit
Do not open the refriger-
(for example, to remove
Use the air conditioning system reg-
ant fluid circuit. The fluid
bad odours).
ularly, even in cold weather, running
may damage eyes or skin.
There is a risk of damage or of
it at least once a month for approxi-
fire.
mately 5 minutes.
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