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BLIND SPOT WARNING (4/4)
Operating faults
3
If the system detects a fault, the mes-
B
sage “Check blind spot alert” is dis-
played on the instrument panel. Call an
approved Dealer.
Note: when the engine is started, the
C
indicator light
3, display B, flashes
three times. It is normal.
D
-The system’s detection
range operates according
to a standard lane width. If
Conditions for non-function
you are driving in wide traf-
- If the object is not moving;
fic lanes, the system might not
- if traffic is heavy;
be able to detect a vehicle in the
blind spot.
- the road is winding;
If a trailer is attached to the vehicle,
- The system might be disrupted
- if front and rear sensors both detect
the system must be disabled with
momentarily if it is exposed to
an object at the same time (e.g.
the 2 switch.
strong electromagnetic waves
when passing an articulated lorry).
(as beneath high-tension power
- ...
lines) or to very poor weather
conditions
(heavy rain, snow
etc.). Remain aware of driving
Because sensors have been in-
conditions.
stalled in the bumpers, it is advis-
There is a risk of accidents.
able for any work (repairs, replace-
ments, touching up of paintwork
etc.) to be carried out by a qualified
professional.
2.45
VEHICLE WITH OVERSPEED FUNCTION
Special case: if your vehicle is fitted
with the Cruise control/Speed limiter,
fully pressing the accelerator pedal
(beyond the kickdown point) will not
enable you to exceed the overspeed
function set speed. ➥ 2.30.
1
The vehicle speed may be permanently
set at a fixed value depending on the
vehicle or on local legislation.
To adjust the value or activate/deacti-
vate the function, consult an approved
dealer.
In the event of statutory limits (depend-
ing on the vehicle), this function may
not be deactivated.
Label 1 attached to the dashboard
The function does not take
shows the speed limit.
the place of the driver.
Under no circumstances
should it replace observa-
In exceptional circumstances (e.g.
tion of speed limits nor vigilance
steep gradient), the overspeed func-
and responsibility on the part of the
tion speed may be exceeded slightly
driver.
as the function does not affect the
braking system.
2.46
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
3
order to reduce the time they take to
arrive on the scene.
2
If you use the emergency call function
to report an accident which you have
witnessed, this implies stopping where
traffic conditions allow in order for the
1
emergency services to locate your ve-
4
hicle and therefore the location of the
5
reported accident.
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.
2.47
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.
3
The emergency call starts automati-
Once a call is established, only the call
cally in the event of an accident that
2
centre can end the call.
has required the activation of the pro-
tective equipment (seat belt pretension-
Test mode
ers, airbag etc.).
(depending on local laws)
1
Test mode is reserved exclusively for
Approved Dealers to check that the
emergency call feature is working prop-
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.
2.48
EMERGENCY CALL (3/3)
The system operates with a dedi-
cated battery. The battery service
life is approximately four years
(the
1 warning light lights up in
red to warn you when approaching
expiry).
Without the emergency call feature,
Consult an approved dealer
the system is not trackable and will
not be under constant surveillance.
1
Data is automatically and constantly
erased, and the system stores only
To guarantee your safety
the last three positions of the vehi-
and the proper operation of
cle.
the system, any operation
According to legislation relevant to
carried out on the battery
Operating faults
the country, data is only sent in the
(removal, disconnection, etc.) must
event of an emergency call. Data
In some cases, the emergency call may
be carried out by a qualified special-
sent to the call centre is treated ac-
not work (e.g. low battery).
ist.
cording to the personal data protec-
If the system detects an operating fault,
Risk of serious burns or electric
tion laws applicable in the country
the 1 warning light illuminates in red for
shocks.
where you are located. The system
more than 30 minutes. Contact your ap-
You must respect the replacement
stores activity history data for
proved Dealer as soon as possible;
intervals (without exceeding them)
13 hours only.
as stated in the maintenance docu-
The vehicle owner has the right of
ment.
access to their data. They can re-
The battery is a specific type.
quest that the data be corrected,
Please ensure it is replaced with the
deleted or locked.
same type.
Call an approved Dealer.
2.49
Section 3: Your comfort
Air Vents
3.2
Heating, air conditioning
3.4
Air conditioning: information and advice on use
3.8
Electric windows
3.10
Half-opening window
3.11
Interior lighting
3.12
Sun visor, Mirrors
3.14
Passenger compartment storage, fittings
3.15
Ashtrays, cigar lighter, accessories sockets
3.20
Rear headrests
3.22
Rear bench seat
3.24
Transporting objects in the luggage compartment
3.28
Transporting objects:
3.30
towing, attachments
3.30
partition net
3.31
Luggage cover
3.32
Roof bars
3.33
Multimedia equipment
3.34
3.1
AIR VENTS, air outlets (1/2)
3
4
5
6
2
1
7
8
7
9
1
Left-hand air vent
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
3.2
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.
3.3
HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING (1/4)
Adjusting the air temperature
1
2
3
4
5
Turn control 5 to obtain the desired
temperature. The further towards the
red the slide is, the higher the temper-
ature will be.
Adjusting the ventilation fan
speed.
Move control 3 from 0 to 4. The further
the control is positioned to the right, the
greater the amount of air blown into the
passenger compartment. If you want to
6
shut off the flow of air completely and
switch off the system, set the control 3
to 0.
Controls
Switching air conditioning on
The controls will depend on the vehicle
or off
The system is deactivated: the ventila-
equipment level.
tion speed for the passenger compart-
The air conditioning is switched on (in-
ment air is zero (vehicle stationary),
1 Distribution of air in the passenger
dicator light lit) or off (indicator light off)
you can however still feel a slight flow
compartment.
using control 4.
of air when the vehicle is moving.
2 De-icing/demisting the rear screen
The system cannot be switched on if
and/or, depending on the vehicle, the
the control 3 is set to 0.
door mirrors.
Information and advice on use: refer
3 Adjusting the ventilation fan speed.
to information on “Air conditioning: in-
5 Air temperature adjuster.
formation and advice on use”.
6 Switching passenger compartment
Leaving this control in position 0 for
isolation mode/air recirculation mode
prolonged periods can lead to con-
on (depending on vehicle).
densation forming on the side win-
dows and windscreen and problems
due to the use of non-renewed air in
the passenger compartment.
3.4
HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING (2/4)
6
Switching passenger
Air recirculation is used to:
compartment isolation mode/
- to isolate the passenger compart-
air recirculation mode on.
ment from the external atmosphere
(depending on the vehicle)
(e.g. driving in polluted areas, etc.);
Prolonged use of air recirculation
- to bring the passenger compartment
Bring lever 6 to position
â
can lead to condensation form-
to the desired temperature as quickly
Under these conditions, air is taken
ing on the side windows and wind-
as possible.
from the passenger compartment and
screen, and discomfort due to the
is recirculated, with no air being taken
use of non-renewed air in the pas-
from outside the vehicle.
senger compartment.
You are therefore advised to return
to normal mode (external air) as
soon as the air recirculation func-
tion is no longer required, by turning
control 6 to the right.
3.5
HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING (3/4)
1
2
3
6
Rapid demisting
Rear screen and/or exterior
rear view mirror de-icing/
Turn controls 1, 3 and 6 to:
demisting.
- demisting W
;
With the engine running, press
- ventilation speed 3 or 4;
button 2. The operating tell-tale comes
on.
- external air.
Depending on the vehicle, this func-
Using the air conditioning increases the
tion provides rapid demisting of the rear
speed of demisting.
screen and/or of the electric heated rear
view mirrors (on equipped vehicles).
To exit this function, press button 2
again. Warning light goes out.
Demisting automatically stops.
3.6
HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING (4/4)
1
3
4
Distribution of air in the
The air flow is mainly distrib-
F
uted between the front and
passenger compartment
rear footwells and the dashboard vents.
Turn control 1 to choose the distribution
Close the dashboard vents to direct all
option.
the air to the foot wells.
The air flow is mainly directed
The air flow is distributed be-
J
to the dashboard air vents.
i
tween all the air vents, the
The air flow is directed towards
front side window demisting air vents,
G
the dashboard vents and the
the windscreen demisting vents and the
footwells.
footwells.
All the air is then directed to
W
the windscreen and front side
window demisting vents.
Fuel consumption increases when
the air conditioning is being used
(switch it off when it is not required).
3.7
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.
system when it is not required.
In the event of condensation, use the
This may be caused by the passen-
quick demister to remove it.
ger compartment filter cartridge be-
Advice for reducing consumption
coming clogged.
and helping to preserve the
environment
- No cold air is being produced.
Drive with the air vents open and the
Check that the controls are set cor-
windows closed. If the vehicle has been
rectly and that the fuses are sound.
parked in the sun, open the doors for a
Otherwise, switch off the system.
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 circuit. The fluid may
bad odours).
ularly, even in cold weather, running
damage eyes or skin.
There is a risk of damage or of
it at least once a month for approxi-
fire.
mately 5 minutes.
3.8
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-
hicle.
The refrigerant fluid circuit (of which
some components are hermetically
sealed) may contain fluorinated green-
Global
Warming
house gases.
GWP xxxxx
Potential (CO2 equiv-
Do not open the refriger-
alent).
Depending on the vehicle, you will find
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. ➥ 2.3.
3.9
ELECTRIC WINDOWS (1/2)
Driver’s responsibility
3
Never leave your vehicle
1
with the key inside, and with
a child, a dependent adult
or a pet, even for a short while.
2
They may pose a risk to themselves
or to others by starting the engine
or activating equipment (such as the
Electric windows
From the driver’s seat, use switch:
gear lever or electric windows).
Press the window switch down or lift it
1 for the driver’s side;
If any part of the body becomes
2 for the front passenger side.
up to lower or raise the window to the
trapped, reverse the direction of the
desired height.
From the front passenger seat, move
window immediately by pressing the
switch 3.
relevant switch.
Risk of serious injury.
When closing the windows,
ensure that no part of the
body (arm, hand, etc.) is
protruding from the vehicle.
Risk of serious injury.
Avoid resting any objects against a
half-open window: there is a risk that
the electric window winder could be
damaged.
3.10
ELECTRIC WINDOWS (2/2)
One-touch electric windows
Operating faults
When the vehicle is equipped with this
In case of a fault when closing a
function, the one-touch mode works in
window, the system reverts to normal
addition to the operation of the electric
mode: pull the switch concerned up as
4
windows described previously.
often as necessary to fully close the
window (the window will close gradu-
It is only fitted to the driver’s window.
ally), hold the switch (still on the clos-
A
- Fully and briefly press down on the
ing side) for one second then lower and
relevant switch down: the window
raise the window fully to reinitialise the
will open completely.
system.
- Fully and briefly lift the relevant
If necessary, contact an approved
switch: the window will close com-
Dealer.
pletely.
Pressing the switch again while the
window is moving will stop its move-
ment.
Half-opening window
Note: if the window meets resistance
To half-open the window, turn handle 4
when closing (e.g. tree branch), it stops
(movement A) then lock it by pushing
and then lowers again by a few centi-
the handle to the right.
metres.
Make sure it is properly latched into po-
If you use the switch while the window
sition when it is closed.
is moving, it stops working.
Avoid resting any objects against
a half-open window: there is a risk
that the electric window could be
damaged.
3.11
INTERIOR LIGHTING (1/2)
1
2
1
Courtesy light
Map reading lights
(depending on vehicle)
Pressing switch 1 provides:
Pressing switch 2 provides:
- continuous lighting;
- continuous lighting;
- or temporary lighting by opening one
- or temporary lighting by opening one
of the front doors, or by opening one
of the front doors, or by opening one
of the four doors, depending on the
of the four doors, depending on the
vehicle. The light only goes out when
vehicle. The light only goes out when
the doors are correctly closed;
3
the doors are correctly closed;
– no lighting.
- no lighting.
Glovebox light 3
Light 3 comes on when the cover is
opened.
3.12
INTERIOR LIGHTING (2/2)
Special features
Depending on the vehicle, remote un-
4
locking of the doors triggers timed light-
ing of the passenger compartment. If
one of the front or rear doors is opened,
5
the period for which the light is switched
on will start again.
Then the courtesy light and the luggage
compartment light dim and go out.
The lighting timer will cut out for various
reasons:
-
if a door has been open for 15 min-
utes;
-
if all the doors have been closed for
Boot light 4
Rear light
15 seconds or 5 minutes, depending
on the vehicle;
Light 4 comes on when the luggage
Turning the switch 5 gives you:
compartment is opened.
-
when the ignition is switched on.
– continuous lighting;
- or temporary lighting, controlled by
opening one of the front doors, or
by opening one of the four doors,
depending on the vehicle. The light
only goes out when the doors are
correctly closed;
- or else the light definitively turned
off.
When the doors or luggage com-
partment are unlocked and opened
the courtesy and footwell lights
come on temporarily.
3.13
SUN VISOR, MIRRORS
1
4
2
3
Front sun visor
Courtesy mirror 4
(passenger side)
Lower the sun visor 1 or 2 over the
windscreen or unclip it and turn it over
the side window.
Sun visor storage 3
Can be used to hold motorway toll tick-
ets, maps, etc.
When driving, ensure the
courtesy mirror cover is
closed.
Risk of injury.
3.14
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE SPACE AND FITTINGS (1/5)
B
3
1
A
2
Door pockets 1
Storage compartment A
Driver’s dashboard upper
storage compartment B
Unlock the handle 2 and pull to open
the storage compartment A.
Put a hand in location 3 and lift to open
the storage compartment B.
It is recommended that you open the
storage compartment only when the ve-
hicle is stationary.
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.
3.15
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE SPACE AND FITTINGS (2/5)
7
4
6
5
Storage compartment 4
Central storage
compartment 6
Cup holder 5
Storage compartment 7
8
Dashboard storage 8
When turning corners,
Ensure that no hard, heavy
accelerating or braking,
or pointed objects are
ensure that the recepta-
placed in the “open” storage
cle being held by the cup
compartments in such a
holder is not dislodged.
way that they may fall onto passen-
gers during sudden turning, braking
There is a risk of injury if hot
or in the event of an accident.
liquid escapes.
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