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PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE SPACE AND FITTINGS (3/5)
11
9
12
10
Centre console storage
Glove box
Passenger storage
compartment/Wireless
compartment 11 and 12
If fitted on the vehicle, pull paddle 10 to
charger - induction
open.
charging 9
For more information on the induction
charging area ➥ 3.34.
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.
3.17
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE SPACE AND FITTINGS (4/5)
13
14
15
Front upper cab storage
Sliding side door storage
Cup holder 15
compartment 13
compartment 14
Do not use it for getting into or out of the
Items stored in the sliding side door
vehicle and do not hang from it.
storage compartments should not stick
out from the storage compartment, so
The total weight of the upper cab stor-
as not to hamper the sliding of the door.
age compartment 13 must not exceed
4.6 kg, evenly distributed.
Do not place wet items or containers
When turning corners,
with liquid in them in the upper cab stor-
accelerating or braking,
age compartment.
ensure that the recepta-
Do not hang any heavy and/
cle being held by the cup
or sharp objects which may
holder is not dislodged.
fall whilst driving.
There is a risk of injury if hot
Risk of injury.
liquid escapes.
3.18
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE SPACE AND FITTINGS (5/5)
16
18
19
17
Storage compartment 16
Rear bench seat central
storage compartment 17
Retaining straps 18
They can be used, for example, to
retain a multimedia tablet etc.
Rear parcel shelves 19
Raise them to their horizontal position.
Front seat storage pockets 20
20
3.19
ASHTRAY, CIGARETTE LIGHTER, ACCESSORIES SOCKET (1/2)
2
4
1
3
Ashtray 1
Cigarette lighter or
accessories socket 3
It can be housed in location 2 or 4.
Lift the cover to open.
With the ignition on, push in the ciga-
rette lighter 3. It will spring back with a
To empty, pull the ashtray towards you
click when it is ready. Pull it out to use.
and it will be released from its housing.
After use, replace it without pushing it
Only connect accessories
all the way in.
of maximum power
120
watts (voltage 12 V).
When several accessory
sockets are used at the same time,
the total power of the connected
accessories must not exceed
180 watts.
If your vehicle is not fitted with a
Fire hazard.
cigar lighter and an ashtray, these
can be obtained from an approved
Dealer.
3.20
ASHTRAY, CIGARETTE LIGHTER, ACCESSORIES SOCKET (2/2)
5
6
Accessories socket 5, 6 and 7
(depending on the vehicle)
They are provided for connecting ac-
cessories approved by our Technical
Department.
Only connect accessories
of maximum power
120
watts (voltage 12 V).
When several accessory
sockets are used at the same time,
the total power of the connected
7
accessories must not exceed
180 watts.
Fire hazard.
3.21
REAR HEADRESTS (1/2)
1
1
1
1
1
A
2
Five-seater version
To put the headrest back in place 1
Insert the rods into the holes, press the
Position for using headrest 1
tab(s) 2 and lower the headrest.
Lift the headrest to maximum height,
Check that the bonnet is correctly
then lower it until it locks.
locked.
Check that the bonnet is correctly
locked.
Headrest 1 storage position A
Press tab 2 and lower the headrest fully.
To raise the headrest 1
When the headrest is set at the
Raise the headrest as far as it will go,
lowest position, Athis is for storage
then press tab(s) 2 and remove the
only: it should not be in this position
headrest.
when a seat is occupied.
3.22
REAR HEADRESTS (2/2)
Four-seater version
This version differs in that it has rear
seatbelts and headrests on the rear
side seats only.
The headrest is a safety
component. Ensure that it is
fitted and in the correct po-
sition: the top of your head
should be in line with the top of the
headrest.
3.23
REAR BENCH SEAT: functions (1/4)
2
When moving the rear
1
seats, ensure that nothing
obstructs the anchorage
points (passenger’s arm or
leg, a pet, gravel, cloth, toys, etc.).
Check that the rear seat
belts are positioned and
Fixed rear bench seat
To reposition the seatback
operating correctly each
- Lift the seat back;
time the rear bench seat is
To fold down the seatback
- make sure you lock the seat back in
moved.
place.
- Bring the front seats forward;
- lower the headrests;
- insert the rear seatbelt buckle in
When refitting the seat-
For safety reasons, carry
housing 1;
back, make sure it is cor-
out any adjustments when
rectly locked in place.
the vehicle is not being
- pull handle 2;
If seat covers are fitted,
driven.
- lower the seatback onto the seat
make sure these do not prevent the
base;
seatback latch from locking in.
Make sure that the seat belts are
– adjust the front seats.
To avoid all risk of injury,
positioned correctly.
ensure that nobody is close
Reposition the headrests.
to the moving parts.
3.24
REAR BENCH SEAT: functions (2/4)
2
2
C
B
A
B
A
1
A
1
Five-seater version
- lift the A seat or the bench seat B
until it is positioned vertically (move-
Rear bench seat with folding seat
ment C);
back and seat cushion
- adjust the front seats, making sure
they are properly locked in place.
To fold down the seat A or the bench
seat B:
Depending on the vehicle, you may
– Bring the front seats forward;
need to guide the bench seat into the
– insert the rear side seat belt buckles
folded position B (movements C and D)
into their 1 housings;
to ensure that once folded it does not
C
- lower the headrest(s) ➥ 3.22;
interfere with the wireless charger 3.
- pull handle 2;
- lower the seatback onto the seat
base;
B
Special note for five-seater ver-
sions
Installing an ISOFIX seat in the rear
centre seat will prevent the rear side
3
seat from folding.
D
3.25
REAR BENCH SEAT: functions (3/4)
E
E
B
A
To reposition the seat A or the
Four-seater version:
bench seat B:
This version differs in that it has rear
- Lower the seat base until it locks
seatbelts and headrests on the rear
(movement E);
side seats only.
- Lift the seat back;
- make sure that the seat bases and
seatbacks lock into position cor-
rectly;
- adjust the front seats, making sure
they are properly locked in place.
Make sure that the seat-
back is correctly locked. If
necessary, remove any ob-
stacles behind the seats.
Repeat the above until the seat is
locked correctly.
3.26
REAR BENCH SEAT: functions (4/4)
F
Check that the rear seat
belts are positioned and
operating correctly each
time the rear bench seat is
moved.
Restriction of use
It is illegal to drive with one
When refitting the seat-
of the second row seats
back, make sure it is cor-
folded down if a passenger
rectly locked in place.
is sitting in the other seat of
If seat covers are fitted,
the second row.
make sure these do not prevent the
seatback latch from locking in.
The label F in the vehicle reminds
Make sure that the seat belts are
you of this.
positioned correctly.
Risk of injury.
Reposition the headrests.
3.27
TRANSPORTING OBJECTS IN THE BOOT (1/2)
Always position the objects trans-
ported so that the largest surface is
against:
A
- the rear bench seatbacks, for
normal loads (example: A);
- the front seatbacks with the rear
seatbacks folded down, as is the
B
case for maximum loads (exam-
Always position the heavi-
ple B) ➥ 3.24.
est items directly on the
floor. Use the lashing points
on the luggage compart-
ment floor, if these are fitted to the
vehicle. The load should be loaded
If you have to place objects on the
in such a way that no items will be
folded seat back, it is vital that you
thrown forward and strike the occu-
remove the headrests before folding the
pants if the driver has to brake sud-
seat back so that it can be folded as flat
denly or while driving on a steep
as possible against the seat.
gradient. Fasten the rear seat belts,
even if the seats are not occupied.
Always place objects being transported
so that the heaviest items are resting
against the back of the rear bench seat.
3.28
TRANSPORTING OBJECTS IN THE BOOT (2/2)
1
For your safety, check that
all the vehicle’s doors are
properly closed before
starting the engine.
2
Transporting objects in the
Special note for van version
While driving with the right
rear load area
rear hinged door open,
Rotary rings 2:
always secure transported
Depending on the vehicle, fixed rings 1
F max: 400 daN
loads. The left-hand door,
and rotary rings 2 are used to retain ob-
which remains shut, should not be
jects in transit. The number of rings and
used to hold transported loads in
their position may vary depending on
place. Using the right rear hinged
the vehicle.
door open while driving should only
be done in exceptional cases.
In any event, please refer to local
legislation. Risk of loads falling on
the road surface.
The sole purpose of these rings 1 is
to prevent transported objects from
moving. The objects must be se-
cured to the mounting rings 2 on the
vehicle floor beforehand.
3.29
TRANSPORTING OBJECTS towing, attachments
A
Maximum dimension A = 855 mm.
Permissible nose weight, maxi-
mum permissible towing weight
braked and unbraked ➥ 6.9.
Any towing device must not ob-
Choice and fitting of towing
struct any lighting component or
equipment
the number plate when not in use.
Maximum weight of towing equip-
Towing devices (ball, hook, etc.)
ment: 20 kg.
which can be removed without tools
For information on how to fit the
and retractable objects must be re-
towing equipment and the condi-
moved or repositioned when they
tions of use, refer to the fitting in-
are not in use.
structions.
Please keep these instructions with
In all cases, you must comply with
the rest of the vehicle documenta-
the regulations of the particular
tion.
country you are in.
3.30
TRANSPORTING OBJECTS Luggage net
2
1
2
1
4
7
8
9
5
6
3
10
3
On equipped vehicles, the luggage net
Fitting the luggage net
Fitting the luggage net
can be used, when transporting ani-
behind the rear seats
behind the front seats
mals or luggage, to separate them from
the passenger section.
Inside the vehicle on each side:
Inside the vehicle on each side:
It is fitted behind the rear bench seat or
- lower cover 2 to gain access to the
- lower cover 1 to gain access to the
behind the driver and passenger seats.
anchoring points for the top part of
anchoring points for the top part of
the luggage net;
the luggage net;
- insert the top rod of net 4 into the an-
- insert the top rod of net 7 into the an-
choring points;
choring points;
- attach the two hooks 6 of the straps 5
- attach the two hooks 9 of the straps 8
from the net onto the anchoring
from the net onto the anchoring
points 3;
points 10;
The luggage net must not
– adjust the net strap 5 so that it is taut.
- adjust the net strap 8 so that it is taut.
be used to restrain or hold
objects.
Risk of injury.
3.31
LUGGAGE COVER
A
B
1
How to remove the luggage
Removing the luggage
compartment cover A
compartment cover
Using handle 1, pull it gently to release
Push the luggage cover to the right
the pins from their mounting points, lo-
(movement B) and lift the left-hand side
cated on each side of the luggage com-
of the inertia reel.
partment.
Guide the luggage cover using the
Refitting the luggage
handle 1.
compartment cover
Insert the right-hand side, then push it
Do not place any heavy or
to the right and lower the left-hand side
hard objects on the luggage
of the inertia reel into its housing.
cover. 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.
3.32
ROOF BARS
1
2
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
2
Approved Dealer.
Vehicles fitted with
Vehicles not fitted with
longitudinal roof bars
longitudinal roof bars
If fitted on the vehicle, you can trans-
Unscrew the blanking covers 2 in order
port luggage or additional equipment
to access the mounting points.
For information on the range of
(bike racks, ski racks, etc):
equipment adapted to your vehi-
- on a roof rack;
cle, we advise you to consult an ap-
- on transverse roof bars fitted onto
proved Dealer.
the longitudinal roof bars 1;
Refer to the manufacturer’s instruc-
- directly onto the longitudinal roof
If original roof bars, ap-
tions for information on how to fit
bars.
proved by our Technical
and use the roof rack bars.
It is forbidden to fit longitudinal roof
Department, are supplied
with screws, only use these
Please keep these instructions with
bars on vehicles which are not origi-
screws for attaching the roof bars to
the rest of the vehicle documenta-
nally equipped with them.
the vehicle.
tion.
Maximum permissible load on
roof rack ➥ 6.9.
3.33
MULTIMEDIA EQUIPMENT (1/2)
Sockets USB 1
The sockets USB can only allow re-
1
charge accessories approved by the
brand's Technical Services of power
2
not exceeding 12 watts (voltage 5 V)
5
3
per outlet.
Multimedia socket 3
You can use USB socket to access the
multimedia content of your accessories.
The various sources can be selected
4
from the multimedia screen and from
the steering column controls.
The location and operation of equip-
ment may vary according to the vehicle.
1 USB sockets;
2 Multimedia screen;
3 Multimedia socket;
4 Steering column controls;
5 Microphone.
Please refer to the multimedia in-
structions for further information.
Hands-free telephone
integrated control
On equipped vehicles, use the hands-
Using the telephone
free telephone controls 4 under the
We remind you of the need
Connect accessories with a
steering wheel.
to conform to the legislation
maximum power of 12 watts
in force concerning the use
only.
of such equipment.
Fire hazard.
3.34
MULTIMEDIA EQUIPMENT (2/2)
Charging procedure
Place your telephone at the centre of
6
the induction area 6.
With the engine running, check that
the warning light turns orange when
Phone charging is interrupted in the fol-
the telephone is positioned in the in-
lowing cases:
duction charging area 6.
- an object is detected in the induction
area 6;
- the induction area 6 is overheating.
Once the temperature has dropped,
your telephone will soon start to
charge again.
It is essential not to leave any ob-
jects (USB drive, SD card, credit
Charging progress
card, jewellery, keys, coins etc.) in
Wireless charger - induction
The charger indicator shows the phone
the induction charging area 6 whilst
charging status:
charging your phone. Remove all
charging
magnetic cards or credit cards from
-
green: charging complete;
Use the induction charging zone 6 to
the case before positioning your
charge a telephone without a cable.
orange: charging in progress;
telephone in the induction charging
Note:
flashing orange: charging
inter-
area 6.
rupted.
- for more information on the list of
compatible telephones, contact an
authorised dealer or the telephone
manufacturer;
- it is preferable to remove the protec-
tive bodyshell or case from your tele-
Objects left in the induction charging
phone before charging to obtain op-
area 6 may overheat. It is advisable
timal charging.
to place them in the other storage
areas provided. (storage compart-
ment, sun visor storage compart-
ment, etc.)
3.35
Section 4: Maintenance
Bonnet
4.2
Engine oil level: general information
4.4
Engine oil level: topping up, filling and oil change
4.6
Levels
4.9
Filters
4.11
Battery
4.12
Tyre pressure
4.14
Bodywork maintenance
4.16
Interior trim maintenance
4.19
4.1
BONNET (1/2)
3
A
2
1
To open the bonnet, open a door and
Opening the bonnet
pull the 1 handle, located on the left-
To unlock, gently lift the bonnet and
hand side of the dashboard.
push tab 2 in the direction of arrow A to
release the bonnet.
Lift the bonnet, guiding it up, and it
will rest in position with the help of two
struts 3.
Please note when work-
ing close to the engine that
it may be hot. The engine
cooling fan may also start
Before carrying out any
at any moment. The y
label in
action in the engine com-
Ensure that the bonnet is
the engine compartment reminds
partment, you must switch
properly locked.
you of this.
off the ignition. ➥ 2.3.
Ensure that nothing is pre-
Risk of injury.
venting locking (grit, cloths,
etc.).
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