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DRIVER’S POSITION, LEFT-HAND DRIVE (2/2)
The equipment fitted, described below, DEPENDS ON THE VERSION AND COUNTRY.
1
Air vent.
11
Switches for:
19
Gearstick.
2
Demister outlet.
- hazard warning lights;
20
Engine start/stop button (vehicles
3
Stalk for:
- electric door locking.
with card).
- direction indicator lights;
12
Passenger Airbag location.
21
Ignition switch (vehicles with key).
- exterior lights;
13
Glove compartment
22
Control for adjusting steering
- rear fog lights.
14
Controls for:
wheel height and reach.
4
Driver Airbag and horn location.
- front seat heating;
23
Main switch and controls for cruise
5
Instrument panel.
- ventilated front seats;
control/speed limiter and adaptive
6
Head-up display.
- activation/deactivation, depend-
cruise control.
7
Controls for:
ing on the vehicle, of the ECO
24
Handbrake.
- on-board computer information
mode;
25
Bonnet release control.
read-out and vehicle settings
- activation/deactivation of the
26
Controls for:
customisation menu,
parking distance control system;
- headlight beam height remote
- remote radio and navigation
- activation/deactivation of the
adjustment;
system.
Stop and Start function;
- lighting rheostat for control in-
8
Steering column stalk for wind-
- lane departure warning.
struments;
screen and rear screen wash/
15
Accessories and multimedia sock-
- steering wheel heating;
wiper.
ets.
- luggage compartment lid re-
9
Heating or air conditioning con-
16
Storage compartment/cup holder.
lease;
trols.
17
Controls for:
- unlocking the fuel tank cover.
10
Multimedia screen.
- activating/deactivating the elec-
tronic parking brake;
- activation/deactivation of the
function AUTOHOLD.
18
MULTI-SENSE or RS Drive con-
trol.
1.63
DRIVING POSITION: RIGHT-HAND DRIVE (1/2)
1
2
3
4
5
1
6
2
1
7
8
9
10
11
12
2
1
23
22
17
21
25
18
16
15
14
13
24
20
19
1.64
DRIVING POSITION: RIGHT-HAND DRIVE (2/2)
The equipment fitted, described below, DEPENDS ON THE VERSION AND COUNTRY.
1
Air vent.
8
Main switch and controls for cruise
15
Control for adjusting steering
2
Demister outlet.
control/speed limiter and adaptive
wheel height and reach.
3
Passenger Airbag location.
cruise control.
16
Engine start/stop button (vehicles
4
Controls for:
9
Instrument panel.
with card).
– front seat heating;
10
Driver Airbag and horn location.
17
Switches for:
– ventilated front seats;
11
Controls for:
- hazard warning lights;
– activation/deactivation, depend-
- on-board computer information
- electric door locking.
ing on the vehicle, of the ECO
read-out and vehicle settings
18
Gearstick.
mode;
customisation menu,
19
Storage compartment/cup holders.
– activation/deactivation of the
- remote radio and navigation
20
Controls for:
parking distance control system;
system.
- activating/deactivating the elec-
– activation/deactivation of the
12
Steering column stalk for wind-
tronic parking brake;
Stop and Start function;
screen and rear screen wash/
- activation/deactivation of the
– lane departure warning.
wiper.
function AUTOHOLD.
5
Heating or air conditioning con-
13
Controls for:
21
MULTI-SENSE or RS Drive con-
trols.
- headlight beam height remote
trol.
6
Multimedia screen.
adjustment;
22
Accessories and multimedia sock-
7
Stalk:
- lighting rheostat for control in-
ets.
– direction indicator lights;
struments;
23
Glove compartment
– exterior lights;
- steering wheel heating;
24
Handbrake.
– rear fog lights.
- luggage compartment lid re-
25
Bonnet release control.
lease;
- unlocking the fuel tank cover.
14
Ignition switch (vehicles with key).
1.65
WARNING LIGHTS (1/6)
The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.
A
B
C
Instrument panel A, B or C: this comes
In some cases, the appearance of a
on when the driver's door is opened.
warning light is accompanied by a mes-
sage.
If no lights or sounds are ap-
parent, this indicates a fault
The
®
warning light
in the instrument panel. This
requires you to stop imme-
indicates that it is essential
diately, for your own safety,
to stop immediately (as soon as traf-
Warning light
means you
as soon as traffic conditions
fic conditions allow). Ensure that the
should drive very carefully to an
allow. Switch off the engine and
vehicle is correctly immobilised and
authorised dealer as soon as
do not restart it. Call an approved
contact an approved Dealer.
possible. If you fail to follow this
Dealer.
recommendation, you risk damag-
ing your vehicle.
1.66
WARNING LIGHTS (2/6)
The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.
Side light warning light
Low fuel level warning light
STOP light
š
M
®
It appears in yellow when the
This lights up when the igni-
ignition or the engine is switched on
tion or engine is switched on and goes
Main beam headlight tell-
á
then disappears after a few seconds
out as soon as the engine is running. It
tale
or is displayed in white (depending on
comes on with other warning lights and/
Dipped beam headlight tell-
the vehicle). If it comes on orange while
or messages, and is accompanied by
k
tale
driving and is accompanied by a beep,
a beep.
fill up with fuel as soon as possible.
Rear fog lights tell-tale
It requires you to stop immediately, for
f
There is only approximately 31 miles
your own safety, as soon as traffic con-
(50 km) worth of fuel left.
ditions allow. Switch off the engine and
Automatic main beam head-
Warning light
do not restart it.
light indicator light ➥ 1.102
If it appears in red during driv-
Left-hand direction indicator
Contact an approved Dealer.
ing and is accompanied by the
®
c
tell-tale
indicator light, you must, for your safety,
Right-hand direction indica-
stop as soon as traffic conditions allow.
b
tor tell-tale
Switch off the engine and do not restart
it.
Call an approved Dealer.
If it appears in yellow during driving and
is accompanied by the
warn-
ing light, visit an approved dealer as
soon as possible. Meanwhile, drive
with care. If you fail to follow this rec-
ommendation, you risk damaging your
vehicle.
1.67
WARNING LIGHTS (3/6)
The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.
Brake circuit fault warning
Oil pressure warning light
Warning light
D
À
light
It lights up when the ignition or
This lights up when the ignition
It lights up when the ignition or the
the engine is switched on and goes off
or engine is switched on and goes out
engine is switched on and goes off after
after a few seconds.
as soon as the engine is running. It can
a few seconds.
light up in conjunction with other warn-
If it comes on on the road, accompa-
ing lights and/or messages on the in-
If it comes on during braking and is ac-
nied by the
®
warning light and
strument panel.
companied by the
®
warning light
a beep, stop immediately and cut the
and a beep, it indicates that the fluid
ignition.
It means you should drive very care-
level in the circuit is low or that there is
fully to an approved Dealer as soon as
Check the oil level. If the level is normal,
a braking system fault.
possible. If you fail to follow this recom-
the indicator light is being lit by some-
mendation, you risk damaging your ve-
Stop as soon as traffic conditions allow
thing else.
hicle.
and consult an approved dealer.
Call an approved Dealer.
Anti-lock braking warning
Battery charge warning light
Variable power-assisted
x
light
Ú
It lights up when the ignition or
U
steering warning light
It lights up when the ignition or the
the engine is switched on and goes off
It lights up when the ignition or the
engine is switched on and goes off after
after a few seconds.
engine is switched on and goes off after
a few seconds.
If it comes on on the road, accompa-
a few seconds.
If it lights up when you are driving, it in-
nied by the
®
warning light and a
dicates a fault in the anti-lock braking
If it comes on while driving, alongside
beep, this indicates an overload or dis-
system.
the warning light
®
, this means
charge in the electrical circuit.
there is a system fault.
Braking will then be as normal, without
Stop as soon as traffic conditions allow
the ABS. Contact an approved Dealer
Contact an authorised dealer.
and contact an approved Dealer.
as soon as possible.
1.68
WARNING LIGHTS (4/6)
The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.
Warning light for the elec-
Coolant temperature warn-
Preheating warning light
tronic stability program
Ô
ing light
É
(Diesel version)
(ESC) and traction control system
This lights up red when the ignition is
This should come on when the igni-
It lights up when the ignition or the
switched on or the engine is started.
tion is switched on. It indicates that the
engine is switched on and goes off after
heater plugs are in operation.
If it turns red, stop and let the engine
a few seconds.
idle for a minute or two.
It goes out when preheating is com-
There are several reasons for the warn-
plete. The engine can be started.
The temperature should drop.
ing light to appear: ➥ 2.43.
Otherwise, stop the engine. Let the
Gear change indicator
Š ‰
Toxic Fume Filter System
engine cool down before checking the
This lights up to advise you to
Ä
Warning Light
coolant.
change to a higher gear (arrow pointing
On vehicles that are equipped, this light
Contact an approved Dealer.
upwards) or lower gear (arrow pointing
comes on when the engine is started
downwards) ➥ 2.22.
Air bag warning light
and, depending on the vehicle, when
å
“AUTOHOLD” system warn-
the ignition is switched off while the
This warning light will be dis-
ing ➥ 2.21
engine is in the standby phase ➥ 2.8
played on the instrument panel when
then it goes out.
the ignition is switched on or the engine
Brake pedal warning light
Ó
is started, and will then go out after a
- If it lights up continuously, consult
This lights up when the brake
few seconds.
your approved dealer as soon as
pedal should be depressed ➥ 2.124.
possible;
If it does not come on when the igni-
Handbrake
“on” or elec-
tion is switched on, or comes on when
}
- If it flashes, reduce the engine speed
tronic parking brake warn-
the engine is running, there is a fault in
until the light stops flashing. Contact
ing light ➥ 2.16 ➥ 2.17
the system.
your approved Dealer as soon as
Door status warning light
possible ➥ 2.30.
Contact your approved Dealer as soon
as possible.
1.69
WARNING LIGHTS (5/6)
The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.
Engine standby warning
Lane departure system
Mode warning light ECO
light ➥ 2.8
warning light ➥ 2.49
This comes on when ECO
Unavailability of engine
Lane Keeping Assist system
mode is activated ➥ 2.22.
standby warning light ➥ 2.8
warning light ➥ 2.54
Freewheel indicator light
Warning light to indicate de-
(Depending on vehicle)
➥ 2.22

tected presence of hands on
Indicator of failure or
Warning light for reagent
the steering wheel ➥ 2.54
unavailability of active emergency
level and faults in the ex-
braking ➥ 2.71
Tyre pressure monitoring
haust gas reduction system. ➥ 1.119
system ➥ 2.32
Speed limiter warning lights
Particle filter system warn-
➥ 2.85
Assisted parking brake fault
ing light ➥ 2.12 or ➥ 2.14
light ➥ 2.119
Cruise control warning
Ï
lights ➥ 2.89
Adaptive cruise control
warning lights ➥ 2.94
1.70
WARNING LIGHTS (6/6)
The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.
Driver's seat belt reminder
ß
and, depending on the vehi-
C
cle, front passenger seat belt re-
minder ➥ 1.29
On display C
Passenger airbag ON
➥ 1.58
Passenger airbag OFF
¹
➥ 1.58
1.71
DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (1/9)
Instrument panel in miles
(option to switch to km/h)
Vehicles not fitted with a multimedia
screen
- With the ignition off, press the 2
switch as many times as required to
reach the vehicle tab 5;
- press the 3 or 4 control repeatedly to
access “Settings”, then press 1 “OK”;
2
3
- repeat the same operation to access
5
“DASHBOARD”, then “Units”.
1
4
Engine oil level low warning
Vehicles fitted with a multimedia
screen.
When the engine is started, the instru-
ment panel display alerts you if the min-
Please see the multimedia instructions
imum oil level is reached. ➥ 4.4.
for information on how to select the unit.
The first time the warning appears, it
Note: in both cases, once the battery
can be cleared by pressing 1 "OK ".
is switched off, the on-board computer
automatically returns to the original unit
Subsequent warnings will disappear
of measurement.
automatically after around 30 seconds.
To return to the previous mode, repeat
the same operation.
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
tions for more information.
1.72
DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (2/9)
7
6
A
10
9
8
Instrument panel A
Speedometer 6
Overspeed buzzer
Depending on the style selected, the
Depending on the vehicle and country,
It lights up when the ignition is switched
display varies.
on. In some cases, the appearance of a
the
warning light is displayed
warning light is accompanied by a mes-
Rev counter 7
and a beep sounds. This beep sounds
sage.
(graduations x 1000)
as soon as the vehicle is travelling at
You can customise your instrument
This is displayed differently according
over 75 mph (120 km/h). This warning
panel with the content and colours of
to how the instrument panel is custom-
light remains lit for as long as the ve-
your choice.
ised. Depending on the style selected,
hicle is travelling at over
74 mph
For vehicles fitted with a multimedia
it may not be displayed.
(120 km/h).
screen, refer to the equipment instruc-
tions.
Total mileage recorder 8 1.85
For vehicles not fitted with a multimedia
screen ➥ 1.92.
Trip computer 9 1.81
Estimated mileage with remaining
fuel 10
The value is displayed after driving
400 metres. ➥ 1.85.
1.73
DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (3/9)
Fuel gauge 15
If the level is at the minimum, the warn-
ing light M
in the indicator appears in
11
yellow, accompanied by a beep. Fill up
as soon as possible.
12
13
15
14
Multimedia information 11
Coolant temperature indicator 13
Depending on the vehicle, you can dis-
In normal use, indicator 13 should be
play information from the multimedia
before area 14. Under “intensive” op-
screen (the compass, telephone, navi-
erating conditions, the needle may ap-
gation etc.).
proach this zone. This is not serious
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
unless the warning light
®
comes
tions for further information.
on accompanied by a message on the
instrument panel and a beep.
Driving style indicator 12 2.22
1.74
DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (4/9)
17
18
19
16
B
20
Instrument panel B
Coolant temperature indicator 16
Overspeed buzzer
It lights up when the ignition is switched
In normal use, indicator 16 should be
Depending on the vehicle and country,
on. In some cases, the appearance of a
before area 17. Under “intensive” op-
the
warning light is displayed
warning light is accompanied by a mes-
erating conditions, the needle may ap-
and a beep sounds. This sounds as
sage.
proach this zone. This is not serious
soon as the vehicle exceeds 74 mph
Depending on the vehicle, you can cus-
unless the warning light
®
comes
(120 km/h). The warning light remains
tomise your instrument panel with the
on accompanied by a message on the
on as long as the vehicle speed is over
content and colours of your choice.
instrument panel and a beep.
74 mph (120 km/h).
For vehicles fitted with a multimedia
screen, refer to the equipment instruc-
Speedometer 18
Rev counter 19
tions.
Depending on the style selected, the
(graduations x 1000)
For vehicles not fitted with a multimedia
display varies.
This is displayed differently according
screen ➥ 1.92.
to how the instrument panel is custom-
ised. Depending on the style selected,
it may not be displayed.
Driving style indicator 20 ➥ 2.22.
1.75
DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (5/9)
21
25
24
23
22
Multimedia information 21
Fuel gauge 25
Depending on the vehicle, you can dis-
If the level is at the minimum, the warn-
play information from the multimedia
screen (the compass, telephone, navi-
ing light M
in the indicator appears in
gation, etc.).
orange, accompanied by a beep. Fill up
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
as soon as possible.
tions for more information.
Estimated mileage with remaining
fuel 22
The value is displayed after driving 400
metres. ➥ 1.85.
Total mileage recorder 23 1.85
Trip computer 24 1.81
1.76
DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (6/9)
26
C
29
28
27
31
30
Instrument panel C
Rev counter 26
Trip computer 29
(graduations x 1000)
➥ 1.81
It lights up when the ignition is switched
on. In some cases, the appearance of a
Coolant temperature indicator 28
Estimated mileage with remaining
warning light is accompanied by a mes-
fuel 30
In normal use, the indicator 28 should
sage.
The value is displayed after driving
be before the red zone 27. Under “in-
Depending on the vehicle, you can cus-
400 metres.
tensive” operating conditions, the
tomise your instrument panel with col-
➥ 1.85
needle may approach this zone. This
ours of your choice.
is not serious unless the warning light
Total mileage recorder 31
For vehicles fitted with a navigation
®
comes on accompanied by a
➥ 1.85
system, refer to the handbook for the
message on the instrument panel and
equipment.
a beep.
For vehicle not fitted with a navigation
system ➥ 1.92.
1.77
DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (7/9)
Fuel gauge 34
32
33
If the level is at the minimum, the warn-
in the indicator appears in
ing light M
orange, accompanied by a beep. Fill up
as soon as possible.
34
Driving style indicator 32 2.22
Speedometer 33
Overspeed buzzer
Depending on the vehicle and country,
the
warning light is displayed
and a beep sounds. This sounds as
soon as the vehicle exceeds 74 mph
(120 km/h). The warning light remains
on as long as the vehicle speed is over
74 mph (120 km/h).
1.78
DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (8/9)
You can adjust some settings from the
35
multimedia screen.
Refer to the multimedia instructions.
Adjusting the display information
height
Depending on your driving position,
you can raise or lower the information
on the display.
Adjusting the display brightness
You can adjust the brightness (day or
night mode):
- automatically: the brightness will
Good information visibility can be af-
vary according to the exterior light
fected by:
Head-up display 35
level;
- the seat position;
- manually: the brightness automati-
The display details driving and navi-
- the presence of an object placed
cally switches with the activation/de-
gation information from the instrument
on the opened display;
activation of the lights.
panel and the multimedia screen.
- the polarisation of some spectacle
In both cases, the day mode varies
If fitted to the vehicle, this comes on
lenses;
based on the outdoor brightness.
when the engine is started and is re-
- extreme weather conditions (rain,
tracted when the engine is switched off.
snow, very strong sunlight, etc.).
In the event of contradictory
information between the
table and head-up display/
For safety reasons, carry
multimedia screen. Refer to
out any adjustments when
the information displayed on the in-
Do not manually force the opening/
the vehicle is stationary.
strument panel.
closure of the head-up display.
1.79
DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (9/9)
Operating faults
In the event of a malfunction (the dis-
play fails to open when the engine is
started, or the display retracts, with the
engine running, following an object im-
pacting the display):
- stop and restart the engine;
or
- from the multimedia screen, change
the display opening settings.
If there is still a problem, contact an au-
thorised dealer.
With the display opened or closed,
no object should be placed on it or
in its housing.
Do not use solvents, detergents or
an abrasive cloth to clean the dis-
play.
Only use a microfibre wipe.
1.80
TRIP COMPUTER: general information (1/4)
A
B
C
1
1
2
1
2
2
4
4
3
4
3
3
Trip computer A, B or C
Depending on the vehicle, this includes
the following functions:
- distance travelled;
- journey settings;
- information messages;
- operating fault messages
(con-
- warning messages (connected to the
®
warning light);
– vehicle settings customisation menu
➥ 1.92.
All these functions are described on the
following pages.
1.81
TRIP COMPUTER: general information (2/4)
A
5
A
1
2
8
7
6
4
3
Vehicle fitted with trip computer A
The functions are distributed in
zones 5, 6, 7, and 8. The location of the
zones differs depending on the style
selected.
Press the 1 switch to browse between
menus and select functions by repeat-
edly pressing the 2 or 3 switch, then if
necessary use the 4 switch to confirm
“OK”.
1.82
TRIP COMPUTER: general information (3/4)
5
B
C
6
1
2
1
2
4
8
7
4
3
3
Vehicle fitted with trip computer B
Vehicle fitted with trip computer C
The functions will be distributed in
Press the 1 switch as many times as re-
zones 5, 6, 7 and 8.
quired to reach the “Vehicle” tab.
Press the 1 switch to browse between
Press repeatedly using the 2 or 3 con-
menus and select functions by repeat-
trol, then if necessary use the 4 switch
edly pressing the 2 or 3 switch, then if
to confirm “OK”.
necessary use the 4 switch to confirm
“OK”.
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