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HEATING, AIR-CONDITIONING (3/4)
3
6
Adjusting the ventilation
Position 0
speed
In this position:
- heating or air conditioning stops au-
Normal use
tomatically even if button 6 is acti-
Turn control 3 to one of the four posi-
vated and the warning light remains
tions to start the ventilation system and
lit;
adjust the power.
- the ventilation speed of air in the
Select position 1 for minimum ventila-
passenger compartment is zero;
tion and position 4 for maximum ven-
- there is, however, a slight flow of air
tilation.
when the vehicle is moving.
This position should not normally be
used.
3.6
HEATING, AIR-CONDITIONING (4/4)
1
Air recirculation (isolation of
the passenger compartment)
Turn control 1 towards the air recircula-
tion symbol K
In these conditions air is taken from the
passenger compartment and is recircu-
Prolonged use of this position can
lated, with no air being taken from out-
lead to condensation forming on the
side the vehicle.
side windows and windscreen and
In cold weather (< 0°C), you are rec-
problems due to the use of non-re-
ommended to position the control 3
Air recirculation operates as
newed air in the passenger com-
in air recirculation position and the
follows:
partment.
fan speed control 2 in position 2 or 3
- isolating the passenger compart-
We therefore advise you to return to
only. This setting enables greater ef-
ment from the outside air (driving in pol-
normal mode (external air) as soon
ficiency and lower energy consump-
luted areas, unpleasant odours, etc.);
as the air recirculation function is no
tion in reaching the passenger com-
- bringing the passenger compartment
longer required, by turning control 1
partment ambient temperature.
to the desired temperature as quickly
again.
as possible.
3.7
AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING: programming (1/2)
Note: depending on the power of the
1
charging terminal, a slight reduction in
the charge level is possible when the
function is activated.
A
B
2
3
Adjusting the programming
Operating conditions
This function enables the electric net-
- The ignition must be switched off;
work (and the not the traction battery)
- the battery must be charged more
to be used under certain conditions, in
than 90% for the function to be trig-
order to obtain a comfortable tempera-
gered;
ture prior to using the vehicle.
It is recommended to position con-
- the vehicle has to be plugged into
It triggers the heating in cold weather
trol 3 in the air recirculation position
the mains;
and the air conditioning in warm
and air distribution control 2 in po-
weather.
and
sition:
- control 1 must be in position
- i
in cold weather;
at A to program the air condition-
ing or at B to program the heating or
- G
in high temperatures.
ventilation.
These settings make it possible to
reach a comfortable temperature in
the passenger compartment.
3.8
AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING: programming (2/2)
- hold down button D on stalk 5 - the
Activating the function
4
minutes flash;
- With the ignition on, position the con-
- press button C to adjust them;
trol 1 in one of the positions;
– confirm by pressing button D on
- turn off the ignition. The “COMFORT”
C
stalk 5.
message and the programmed time
are displayed on the instrument
The message “COMFORT PROG” and
panel for a few seconds;
the programmed time are displayed on
D
the instrument panel 4.
- plug in your vehicle to a power supply
(refer to the information on “Electric
vehicle: charging” in section 1).
5
The function triggers 30 minutes before
the programmed time to reach a com-
fortable temperature.
Automatically switching off the
Setting the start time for the
function
function
- About 10 minutes after the pro-
- To programme the start time, use
grammed time;
buttons C and D to navigate through
the menu until message COMFORT
- if the charging socket is discon-
PROG appears.
nected;
– hold down button D on stalk 5 - the
- if control 1 is not in one of the
hours flash;
positions.
– press button C to adjust them;
3.9
ADDITIONAL HEATING (1/2)
1
2
4
3
Depending on the vehicle, the addi-
Conditions of use
tional heating is designed to heat the
-
The engine must be running;
passenger compartment. Powered
by a dedicated fuel tank (please see
switch 4 must be engaged;
“Additional heating tank” in Section 1),
-
the ventilation control 2 should not
this increases the comfort level without
be at position 0;
reducing vehicle range.
-
the temperature control 1 should not
Switching on this additional heating de-
be at the “Heating off” position 3;
activates other heating methods and
the air-conditioning.
-
The fuel level should not be at mini-
mum.
When the fuel reaches the minimum
level, a warning light will come on
on the instrument panel. After a few
minutes of operation, a message on
the instrument panel will tell you that
the additional heating is switched
off.
3.10
ADDITIONAL HEATING (2/2)
Operating fault
If the additional heating does not switch
on:
- start the vehicle;
- switch on the heating by pressing
switch 4;
- wait for 5 minutes;
4
- turn off the heater;
- switch off your vehicle ignition;
- restart the operation 4 or 5 times.
Warnings concerning the
If the additional heating still fails to op-
use of additional heating
erate, please contact an authorised
- Do not operate the ad-
dealer.
ditional heating in an en-
Operating principle
closed location; exhaust fumes
With the engine running, press switch 4.
are poisonous.
The operation cuts out:
-
Do not park the vehicle or oper-
ate the additional heating in lo-
- when the ignition is switched off;
cations where flammable mate-
- after a few minutes, when the mini-
rial or substances such as grass
mum fuel level has been reached.
or leaves can come into contact
with a hot exhaust system.
With the engine running,
-
Do not operate the additional
when you open the driv-
heating when filling the fuel tank.
er’s door, a message will
appear on the instrument
panel along with a beep to tell you
to switch off the additional heating.
3.11
AIR CONDITIONING: information and operating instructions (1/2)
Range
Operating faults
Presence of water under the
It is normal to notice an increase in
As a general rule, contact your ap-
vehicle.
energy usage when the air conditioning
proved Dealer in the event of an oper-
After prolonged use of the air condi-
is operating.
ating fault.
tioning system, it is normal for water
Switch off the system when it is not re-
to be present under the vehicle. This is
- Reduction in de-icing, demisting
quired.
caused by condensation.
or air conditioning performance.
Advice for reducing consumption
This may be caused by the passen-
and helping to preserve the environ-
ger compartment filter cartridge be-
Noise
ment
coming clogged.
Each time the ignition is switched off,
Drive with the air vents on and the win-
- No cold air is being produced.
the ventilation will be switched off after
dows closed.
Check that the controls are set cor-
about ten seconds.
If the vehicle has been parked in the
rectly and that the fuses are sound.
sun, open the doors for a few moments
Otherwise, switch off the system.
to let the hot air escape before starting
the engine.
Maintenance
Refer to the Maintenance Document
for your vehicle for the inspection fre-
quency.
Use the air conditioning system reg-
ularly, even in cold weather, running
Below approximately 10°C, with the
it at least once a month for approxi-
engine off it is normal to notice cold
mately 5 minutes.
Vehicles equipped with
air enter the passenger compart-
mode ECO
ment via the vents when ventilation
has not stopped (refer to the infor-
Once activated, ECO mode may
Do not open the refriger-
mation on “Heating, air condition-
reduce air conditioning perfor-
ant fluid circuit. The fluid
ing” in section 3). It is recommended
mance. Please refer to the informa-
may damage eyes or skin.
to position the ventilation control at
tion on “Driving advice, Eco-driving”
0 in the event of brief stops.
in Section 2.
3.12
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
Global
Warming
sealed) contains fluorinated green-
GWP xxxxx
Potential
(CO2 equi-
house gases.
valent).
Depending on the vehicle, you will find
Do not open the refrigerant
the following information on label A af-
fluid circuit. The fluid may
CO2 eq
Quantity in weight and
fixed inside the engine compartment.
damage eyes or skin.
x.xx t
in CO2 equivalent.
The presence and location of the infor-
mation on label A depends on the ve-
hicle.
Before performing any
action in the engine com-
partment, the ignition must
be switched off (please see
the information on “Starting, stop-
ping the engine” in Section 2).
3.13
MULTIMEDIA EQUIPMENT
1
5
2
3
4
The presence and location of this
equipment depends on the vehicle’s
multimedia equipment.
1 Multimedia touchscreen;
2 multimedia sockets;
3 radio;
4 steering column control;
5 microphone.
To operate this equipment: please
refer to the instructions for the equip-
ment which should be kept with the
other vehicle documentation.
3.14
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Special features
Depending on the vehicle, remote un-
locking of the doors triggers timed light-
1
ing of the passenger compartment. If
one of the front or rear doors is opened,
the period for which the light is switched
on will start again.
2
Then the courtesy light and the luggage
compartment light dim and go out.
The lighting timer will cut out for vari-
ous reasons:
- if a door has been open for 15 min-
utes;
- if all the doors have been closed for
Courtesy lights
Luggage compartment light 2
15 seconds or 5 minutes, depending
Tilt the switch 2 for permanent lighting.
on the vehicle;
Pressing switch 1 gives:
- when the ignition is switched on.
- permanent lighting;
- intermittent lighting, which comes on
when a door is opened. It goes out
when the doors concerned are prop-
erly closed;
– immediate switching off.
3.15
SUN VISOR/MIRRORS
1
2
Front sun visor
Courtesy mirror 2
(passenger side)
Lower sun visor 1.
If the sun visor is fitted with a courtesy
The clip can be used to hold motorway
mirror, it has a cover.
passes, etc..
When driving, ensure the
courtesy mirror cover is
closed. Risk of injury.
3.16
ELECTRIC WINDOWS (1/2)
1
3
2
Driver’s responsibility
Never leave your vehicle
with the key inside, and with
a child, a dependent adult
Electric windows
From the front passenger seat
or a pet, even for a short while. They
Press switch 3.
may pose a risk to themselves or to
With the ignition on:
others by starting the engine or acti-
- press the switch for the window
vating equipment (such as the gear
concerned to lower it to the desired
lever or electric windows). If any
height;
part of the body becomes trapped,
- lift the switch for the window con-
reverse the direction of the window
cerned to raise it to the desired
immediately by pressing the rele-
height.
vant switch.
Risk of serious injury.
From the driver’s seat
Operate the switches as follows:
- 1 for the driver’s side;
- 2 for the front passenger side.
Avoid resting any objects against a
half-open window: there is a risk the
electric windows may be damaged.
3.17
ELECTRIC WINDOWS (2/2)
One-touch electric windows
Impossible to operate the one-touch
(depending on vehicle)
electric window
The one-touch mode works in addition
The one-touch electric window is
to the operation of the electric windows
equipped with heat protection: if you
described previously.
press the switch for the window more
than sixteen consecutive times, it
It is fitted to the driver’s window and
goes into protection mode (locking the
is used for lowering only.
window).
Briefly press the switch 1: the window
You can:
lowers completely.
- use the electric window switch briefly
Pressing the switch again while the
and with intervals of approximately
window is moving will stop its move-
30 seconds;
ment.
- with the engine running, the window
will be unlocked after approximately
20 minutes of inaction on the electric
window switch.
Note: if the window detects resistance
when closing (e.g.: branch of a tree,
etc.) it stops and then lowers again by a
few centimetres.
3.18
ASHTRAYS, CIGARETTE LIGHTER, ACCESSORIES SOCKETS
Cigarette lighter 2
With the ignition on, press it in. It will
spring back with a click when it is ready.
Pull it out to use.
After use, replace it without pushing it
all the way in.
1
Accessories sockets
You can use the cigarette lighter
socket2. It is provided for connecting
accessories approved by the Technical
Department with a maximum power of
2
120 Watts (voltage 12 V).
Depending on the 12V battery charge,
Removable ashtray 1
the accessories socket may stop work-
This is a removable ashtray which can
ing.
be placed in the cup holders.
Lift the cover to open.
To empty it, pull the assembly. The ash-
tray will come out of its housing.
Connect accessories
with a maximum power of
120 Watts 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.
3.19
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS (1/3)
3
1
2
Glovebox
Dashboard storage
compartment 2
To open the glovebox, lift catch 1.
Centre console storage
compartment 3
To open, lift cover 4. It will store a
1.5 litre bottle.
When turning corners,
4
accelerating or braking,
ensure that the recepta-
cle being held by the cup
holder is not dislodged.
There is a risk of burning if hot liquid
escapes.
3.20
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS (2/3)
6
7
5
8
Front door storage
Front upper cab storage
Clip 8
compartments 5
compartment 7
This can be used for storing motorway
tickets, cards, etc.
Bottle holders 6
No object should be placed
Ensure that no hard, heavy
on the floor (in front of the
or pointed objects are
driver). Such objects may
placed in the “open” stor-
slide under the pedals
age compartments in such
during sudden braking manoeuvres
a way that they may fall onto pas-
and obstruct their use.
sengers during sudden turning or
braking.
3.21
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS (3/3)
9
9
Clothes hook 9
Depending on the vehicle, a hook may
be located on the partition behind the
front passenger seat.
For safety reasons, this hook may only
be used to hang clothes.
NB: the maximum permitted load is
4 kg.
3.22
REAR HEADRESTS
1
2
To raise it
Storage position 2
Child’s convertible headrest
Slide it to the required height.
Pull it towards you and lower it com-
If fitted to the vehicle, the child head-
pletely.
rest and booster cushion can only be
To lower it
The fully lowered headrest position
installed on the rear side seats.
Pull it towards you and slide it to the re-
is a storage position: it should not be
For fitting and use, refer to the equip-
quired height.
in this position when a seat is occupied.
ment instructions.
To remove it
Raise the headrest then press tabs 1 to
release it.
To refit it
The headrest is a safety
Press tab 1 and insert the rods into the
component; check that it is
holes, with the notches facing forwards.
fitted and in the correct po-
sition.
3.23
REAR BENCH SEAT: functions (1/2)
Before folding down any rear seat,
fasten the seat belt buckle of 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.
1
In all cases, check that the seat belts
are operating correctly.
A
To fold down the seatback
Before moving the bench seat, make
sure the front seats are pushed forward
enough, that the rear seat belts are un-
fastened and that nothing will obstruct
For safety reasons, carry
the manoeuvre.
out any adjustments when
the vehicle is not being
Lower the rear headrests to storage po-
driven.
sition.
The configuration of the
Pull lever 1 of the seatback you wish to
two-seat bench with the
fold down (on the right or left-hand side
small seatback A pulled
of the bench seat), and bring the seat-
down, does not allow the
When moving the rear
back down.
central seat to be used as it would
bench seat, make sure
be impossible to buckle the seat belt
the bench seat anchor-
(belt buckles inaccessible).
age points are clean (they
should be free from grit, cloths etc.).
3.24
REAR BENCH SEAT: functions (2/2)
To raise the seatback
Use restriction
Before raising the seatback, make sure
It is forbidden to drive with a seatback
there are no objects (water bottle, tool
or a front seat folded down when there
When refitting the seatback,
box etc.) which will prevent it from lock-
is a passenger occupying a rear seat.
make sure it is correctly
ing properly.
locked.
Raise the seatback and click it into po-
sition. Check that it is correctly locked.
If using seat covers, make
sure they do not prevent the seat-
back and seat base latches from
locking in. Ensure that the seat belts
and seat belt fasteners are correctly
positioned.
Reposition the headrests.
For safety reasons, carry
out any adjustments when
Max. weight: 300 kg, evenly distrib-
the vehicle is not being
uted.
driven.
3.25
TRANSPORTING OBJECTS IN THE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT, TOWING (1/2)
Always position the objects trans-
ported so that the largest surface is
against:
A
- The back of the rear bench seat, for
normal loading (A).
- The front seatbacks with the rear
B
Always position the heav-
seatbacks folded down, as is the
iest items directly on the
case for maximum loads (exam-
floor.
ple B).
Use the lashing points on
the luggage compartment floor, if
these are fitted to the vehicle.
Always position the heaviest items di-
The luggage should be loaded in
rectly on the floor.
such a way that no items will be
thrown forward and strike the occu-
pants if the driver has to brake sud-
denly.
Fasten the rear seat belts, even if
the seats are not occupied.
3.26
TRANSPORTING OBJECTS IN THE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT, TOWING (2/2)
A
A = 831 mm.
Permissible nose weight, maxi-
mum permissible towing weight,
braked and unbraked: refer to
the information on
“Weights” in
Section 6.
Any towing device must not ob-
struct any lighting component or
Choice and fitting of towing
the number plate when not in use.
equipment
Towing devices (ball, hook, etc.)
Maximum weight of towing equip-
which can be removed without tools
ment: 23 kg
and retractable objects must be re-
For fitting and conditions of use,
moved or repositioned when they
refer to the equipment’s fitting in-
are not in use.
structions.
In all cases, you must comply with
Please keep these instructions with
the regulations of the particular
the rest of the vehicle documenta-
country you are in.
tion.
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