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AIR CONDITIONING: information and operating instructions (2/2)
Type of refrigerant fluid
Ñ
A
A
A
Type of oil in the air condi-
tioning circuit
Inflammable product
Consult the driver’s hand-
book
Maintenance
Quantity of refrigerant
x.xxx kg
fluid present in the ve-
The refrigerant fluid circuit (of which
hicle.
some components are hermetically
sealed) may contain fluorinated green-
Global
Warming
house gases.
Potential
GWP xxxxx
(CO2 equi-
Do not open the refriger-
Depending on the vehicle, you will find
valent).
ant circuit. The fluid may
the following information on label A af-
damage eyes or skin.
fixed inside the engine compartment.
CO2 eq
Quantity in weight and
The presence and location of the infor-
x.xx t
in CO2 equivalent.
mation on label A depends on the ve-
hicle.
Before carrying out any
action in the engine com-
partment, you must switch
off the ignition.
➥ 2.4 or
➥ 2.6.
3.17
MULTIMEDIA EQUIPMENT (1/2)
1
A
B
5
1
C
4
4
4
2
2
3
3
3
Multimedia systems A, B or
Multimedia sockets 2
The sockets USB can also be used to
recharge accessories with a maximum
radio C
You can use the USB sockets to access
power rating of 12 Watts (5 Volts) per
The location and operation of equip-
the multimedia content of your acces-
socket, which have been approved by
ment may vary according to the vehicle.
sories and to update the system.
our Technical Department.
1 Multimedia screen.
The various sources can be selected
The JACK socket enables the radio to
2 Multimedia sockets.
using the multimedia screen or the
be used with an auxiliary cable.
3 Steering column controls.
radio and the steering column controls.
4 Steering wheel controls.
5 Radio.
Connect accessories with a
maximum power of 12 watts
only.
Please refer to the multimedia in-
Fire hazard.
structions for further information.
3.18
MULTIMEDIA EQUIPMENT (2/2)
8
4
6
9
7
Steering column controls 4
Microphone 8
Wireless charger 9
You can use the hands-free telephone 6
➥ 3.27
and voice recognition 7 controls on ve-
hicles fitted with these.
Using the telephone
We remind you of the need
to conform to the legislation
in force concerning the use
of such equipment.
3.19
ELECTRIC WINDOWS (1/3)
These systems operate with the igni-
tion on or off, until one of the front doors
is opened (limited to about 3 minutes).
1
5
6
Driver’s responsibility
2
Never leave your vehicle
with the card or key inside,
4
3
with a child, adult who is not
self-sufficient or a pet in the vehicle,
even for a short while.
They may pose a risk to themselves
One-touch electric windows
or to others by starting the engine
Briefly press or pull a window switch
Avoid resting any objects against
or activating equipment (such as the
as far as it will go: the window will be
a half-open window: there is a risk
gear lever or electric windows).
raised or lowered fully. Pressing the
that the electric window could be
switch again stops the window moving.
damaged.
If any part of the body becomes
Note: the rear windows do not open
trapped, reverse the direction of the
fully
window immediately by pressing the
relevant switch.
From the driver’s seat, use switch:
Passenger safety
- 1 for the driver’s side;
Risk of serious injury.
The driver can prevent op-
- 2 for the front passenger’s side;
eration of the rear elec-
- 3 and 5 for the rear passengers.
tric windows by pressing
From the passenger seats, use
switch 4. A confirmation message is
switch 6.
displayed on the instrument panel.
3.20
ELECTRIC WINDOWS (2/3)
Impossible to operate the one-touch
Remote control window
electric window
closing
The one-touch electric window is
When the doors are locked from the
equipped with heat protection: if you
outside, if you double press the lock-
press the switch for the window more
ing button on the driver’s door in
than sixteen consecutive times it goes
hands-free mode, on the card or, de-
into protection mode
(locking the
pending on the vehicle, on the key,
window).
all of the windows equipped with a one-
You can:
touch electric window will close auto-
matically.
- use the electric window switch briefly
and with intervals of approximately
It is recommended that the user only
30 seconds;
operates the system when the vehi-
- with the engine running, the window
cle can be seen clearly and no one is
will be unlocked after approximately
inside.
20 minutes of inaction on the electric
window switch.
Note: if the window detects resistance
when closing (e.g. by a tree branch
etc.), it stops and then lowers again by
a few centimetres.
When closing the windows,
ensure that no part of the
body (arm, hand, etc.) is
protruding from the vehicle.
Risk of serious injury.
3.21
ELECTRIC WINDOWS (3/3)
Operating faults
In case of a fault when closing a
window, the system reverts to normal
mode: pull the switch concerned up as
often as necessary to fully close the
window (the window will close gradu-
ally), hold the switch (still on the clos-
7
ing side) for one second then lower and
raise the window fully to reinitialise the
system.
If necessary, contact your authorised
dealer.
Manual window winder
controls
Turn handle 7.
3.22
SUN VISOR
2
1
3
Front sun visor
Lower sun visor 1.
Courtesy mirrors
(depending on the vehicle)
Lift the cover 2. The light 3 switches on
automatically.
When driving, ensure the
courtesy mirror cover is
closed.
Risk of injury.
3.23
INTERIOR LIGHTING (1/3)
2
1
3
A
B
Courtesy light A
Courtesy light B
Press switch 1 for:
Press the 2 switch for the driver and
press
3 for the front passenger to
- permanent lighting;
enable:
- lighting controlled by the unlocking of
- permanent lighting;
the vehicle or by opening one of the
doors. This switches off after a time
- lighting controlled by the unlocking of
delay, once the doors concerned
the vehicle or by opening one of the
have been closed correctly;
doors. This switches off after a time
delay, once the doors concerned
– lighting switches off immediately.
have been closed correctly;
- lighting switches off immediately.
3.24
INTERIOR LIGHTING (2/3)
6
4
5
Map reading light
Note: on vehicles fitted with a multime-
(depending on the vehicle)
dia screen, you can use the multime-
dia screen to deactivate/activate the
Press the 4, 5 or 6 switch to enable:
reading lights which switch on when
- permanent lighting;
the doors or luggage compartment are
opened. ➥ 1.89.
– lighting switches off immediately.
3.25
INTERIOR LIGHTING (3/3)
7
8
Glove box light
Luggage compartment light
Depending on the vehicle, the 7 light
Light 8 comes on when the luggage
switches on when the cover is opened.
compartment is opened.
Unlocking and opening the doors or
tailgate switches on the timed cour-
tesy lights and lights.
3.26
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS (1/5)
2
3
1
Front door storage pockets 1
Open storage compartment 2
Dashboard storage
compartment 3
It can hold a 1.5 litre bottle.
Open and move the flap to access the
storage compartment
Nothing should be placed
Ensure that no hard, heavy
on the floor area in front of
or pointed objects are
the driver as such objects
placed in the “open” storage
may slide under the pedal
compartments in such a
during braking manoeuvres, thus
way that they may fall onto passen-
obstructing its use.
gers during sudden turning, braking
or in the event of an accident.
3.27
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS (2/5)
4
5
Sun blind storage
Centre console storage
compartment 4
compartment/induction
charging zone 5
This can be used for storing motorway
tickets, cards, etc.
For more information on the induction
charging zone, please refer to the mul-
timedia instructions.
Ensure that no hard, heavy
or pointed objects are
placed in the “open” storage
compartments in such a
way that they may fall onto passen-
gers during sudden turning, braking
or in the event of an accident.
3.28
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS (3/5)
6
7
Centre armrest storage
compartment 7
Lift the central armrest cover 6.
3.29
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS (4/5)
8
10
11
9
Cup holders 9
Cup holders 10
Passenger storage
compartment
Slide 8 to access the cup holder.
This can be used to store a mobile ash-
tray, drink cans, etc.
Pull handle 11 to open it.
The cup holder is equipped with retain-
ing hooks to keep the cup in place.
The glove box can hold A4-sized docu-
ments, a bottle etc.
When turning corners,
accelerating or braking,
Ensure that no hard, heavy
ensure that the recepta-
or pointed objects are
cle being held by the cup
placed in the “open” storage
holder is not dislodged.
compartments in such a
There is a risk of injury if hot
way that they may fall onto passen-
liquid escapes.
gers during sudden turning, braking
or in the event of an accident.
3.30
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS (5/5)
14
13
12
Rear door storage
Rear seat storage pockets 13
Grab handle 14
compartment 12
This offers support and can be held
when the vehicle is moving.
Do not use it for getting into or out of
the vehicle.
Ensure that no hard, heavy
or pointed objects are
placed in the “open” storage
compartments in such a
way that they may fall onto passen-
gers during sudden turning, braking
or in the event of an accident.
3.31
ACCESSORIES SOCKET
1
Accessories socket 1
You can use the 1 socket. It is pro-
vided for the purpose of connecting ac-
cessories 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.
3.32
REAR HEAD RESTS
2
1
Position for use
To refit the headrest
When the headrest is set at the
lowest position, this is for storage
Raise the headrest as far as possible to
Fit the rods into their housing and push
only. It should not be in this position
use it in the high position. Check that it
down the headrest until it locks to set
when a seat is occupied.
is correctly locked.
it to raised position. Check that the
bonnet is correctly locked.
To remove the headrest
Folding positions 2 for the
Raise the headrest as far as it will go,
then press button 1 and remove the
headrest
headrest.
Press the button 1 and lower the head-
The headrest is a safety
rest completely.
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.
3.33
REAR BENCH SEAT: functions
To replace the seatback, proceed in
the reverse order to removal.
Refit the seatback and click it back into
place.
B
When refitting the seat-
back, make sure it is cor-
rectly locked in place.
If seat covers are fitted,
A
make sure these do not prevent the
1
seatback latch from locking in.
Make sure that the seat belts are
positioned correctly.
Reposition the headrests.
To fold down the seatback
Ensure that the front seats are far
enough forward.
Lower the headrests fully.
Place the seat belts in their guides A.
For safety reasons, carry
Press button 1 and lower the seat-
out any adjustments when
back B.
the vehicle is not being
driven.
When moving the rear
seats, ensure that nothing
obstructs the anchorage
Before moving the seatback, put
points (passenger’s arm or
the seat belt in belt guide A to avoid
leg, a pet, gravel, cloth, toys, etc.).
damaging it.
3.34
BOOT
2
3
1
To open
Opening the doors manually
from the inside
Press the 1 button to open the luggage
compartment lid a few centimetres.
If it is impossible to unlock the tailgate,
Lift the luggage compartment lid.
it can be done manually from inside:
- access the luggage compartment by
tilting the rear bench seatback(s),
To close
- insert a pencil or similar object in
Lower the boot lid using the handle
recess 3 and slide the unit as shown
inside the boot 2 to assist you.
The attaching of any carry-
in the illustration;
ing device (bike rack, lug-
- push the tailgate to open it.
gage box etc.) resting on
the luggage compartment
lid is prohibited. To install a carrying
device on your vehicle, contact an
Approved Dealer.
3.35
REAR PARCEL SHELF
3
1
A
2
2
Removal
Utility version
- Unhook the two straps 1 of the door
Unclip mountings 3 on either side of the
of the boot;
parcel shelf, then remove it via the boot.
- lift the shelf
2 to unclip it (move-
To refit it, proceed in the reverse order
ment A);
to removal.
- pull the shelf towards you.
To refit, proceed in the reverse order to
removal.
Do not place any heavy or
hard object on the parcel
shelf. These may pose a
risk to the vehicle occu-
pants if the driver has to brake sud-
denly or if the vehicle is involved in
an accident.
3.36
BOOT ARRANGEMENTS
1
1
2
2
3
Mobile floor 1
Intermediate position
Storage position
In the blocked position, it allows you to
This allows for more space to store
Flat position
access the tools stored under the boot
things in the boot.
Enables you to flatten the floor by fold-
carpet.
- Remove the mobile floor 1;
ing down the back of the rear bench
- Remove the mobile floor 1;
seat and to compartmentalise the boot
- place it in the luggage compartment
into two distinct spaces.
- place it in the luggage compartment,
under the runner 2.
sliding it behind the runner 2.
The mobile floor is positioned on the
Bag hooks 3
runner 2.
Maximum weight per hook: 5 kg
Maximum weight for the mobile
floor: 100 kg evenly distributed.
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