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AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL: Control C (5/5)
Air recirculation
Manual use
This function is managed automatically
Press button 9 to force air recirculation.
but you can also activate it manually.
Prolonged use of this position may lead
to odours, caused by non-renewal of
Note:
air, and the formation of condensation
1
- during recirculation, air is taken from
on the windows.
the passenger compartment and
We advise you to return to automatic
is recycled, with no air being taken
mode as soon as air recirculation is no
from outside the vehicle;
longer needed, by pressing button 8 or
- air recirculation allows the exter-
button 9 again.
nal atmosphere to be cut off (when
To exit this function, press button 8 or
driving in polluted areas, etc.) and
button 9 again.
to cool the passenger compartment
temperature more quickly.
9
8
7
Adjusting the distribution
Automatic use
of air in the passenger
Press button 8 (a warning light comes
compartment
on in zone 1).
Press buttons 7 to select the desired
distribution (a warning light is displayed
in zone 1):
The air flow is mainly directed
W
to the demisting vents for the
windscreen and the side windows.
The air flow is mainly directed
to the dashboard air vents.
The air flow is directed mainly
towards the footwells.
The demisting/de-icing will still take
priority over the air recirculation.
3.22
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.
If there is condensation, use the “Clear
This may be caused by the passen-
View” function to remove it, then use
ger compartment filter cartridge be-
Advice for reducing consumption
the air conditioning in automatic mode
coming clogged.
and helping to preserve the
to stop it forming again.
environment
- No cold air is being produced.
Check that the controls are set cor-
Drive with the air vents open and the
rectly and that the fuses are sound.
windows closed. If the vehicle has been
Otherwise, switch off the system.
parked in the sun, open the doors for a
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-
tioning system, it is normal for water
Vehicles equipped with
Refer to the Maintenance Document
to be present under the vehicle. This is
mode ECO
for your vehicle for the inspection fre-
caused by condensation.
quency.
Once activated, ECO mode may
reduce air conditioning perform-
ance. ➥ 2.22.
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 fluid circuit. The fluid
bad odours).
ularly, even in cold weather, running
may damage eyes or skin.
There is a risk of damage or of
it at least once a month for approxi-
fire.
mately 5 minutes.
3.23
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) may contain fluorinated green-
GWP xxxxx
Potential (CO2 equiv-
house gases.
alent).
Depending on the vehicle, you will find
the following information on label A af-
CO2 eq
Quantity in weight and
Do not open the refriger-
fixed inside the engine compartment.
x.xx t
in CO2 equivalent.
ant circuit. The fluid may
The presence and location of the infor-
damage eyes or skin.
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
➥ 2.5.
3.24
OUTSIDE AIR QUALITY AND DEODORISATION FUNCTION
1
To access the function from the multi-
media screen 1, refer to the multimedia
instructions.
Outside air quality
The quality of the air in the vehicle is
shown via an explanatory text and an
animation on the multimedia screen.
Please refer to the multimedia
equipment instructions for further in-
formation.
3.25
MULTIMEDIA EQUIPMENT (1/2)
1
3
4
2
Multimedia settings
Hands-free telephone
integrated control
1 Multimedia screen;
2 Steering column controls;
For equipped vehicles, use the steering
3 Steering wheel controls;
wheel controls 3.
4 Microphone.
Using the telephone
We remind you of the need
to conform to the legislation
in force concerning the use
Refer to the equipment instructions
of such equipment.
for information on how to operate
this equipment.
3.26
MULTIMEDIA EQUIPMENT (2/2)
5
5
Multimedia sockets 5
The sockets USB can also recharge ac-
cessories with a maximum power rating
You can use the USB ports or, de-
of 12 Watts (voltage: 5V) per socket,
pending on the vehicle, the SD card
which have been approved by our
reader to access the multimedia con-
Technical Department.
tent of your accessories and the system
update (please refer to the equipment
The JACK socket enables the radio to
instructions).
be used with an auxiliary cable.
The various sources can be selected
from the multimedia screen and from
the steering column controls.
Connect accessories with a
maximum power of 12 watts
only.
Fire hazard.
3.27
ELECTRIC WINDOWS (1/2)
Electric windows
These systems operate:
- with the engine running;
- with the ignition off until one of the
front doors is opened (limited to ap-
proximately 12 minutes).
- with the engine off, front doors
closed, after pressing the start
1
button.
5
Press the window switch down or pull it
up to lower or raise the window to the
2
desired height: the rear windows do not
3
6
4
open fully.
From the driver’s seat, use switch:
1
for the driver’s side;
2
for the front passenger side;
3
and  5 for the rear passenger win-
Safety of rear occupants
dows.
The driver can prevent operation of the rear electric windows by pressing
From the passenger seats, use
switch 4. A confirmation message is displayed on the instrument panel.
switch 6.
Driver’s responsibility
Never leave your vehicle with the card or key inside when there is a child, de-
pendent adult or a pet in it, even for a short while. They may pose a risk to them-
selves or to others by starting the engine or activating equipment (such as the
gear lever or electric windows). If any part of the body becomes trapped, reverse
the direction of the window immediately by pressing the relevant switch.
Risk of serious injury.
Avoid resting any objects against
a half-open window: there is a risk
that the electric window could be
damaged.
3.28
ELECTRIC WINDOWS (2/2)
One-touch mode
Remote control window closing
(vehicles with 4 one-touch electric win-
This mode works in addition to the ope-
dows).
ration of the electric windows described
When you lock the doors from the out-
previously.
side, press the locking button on the
Briefly press or pull the window switch
card twice in quick succession, or on
fully: the window is fully lowered or
the driver’s door in hands-free mode,
raised. Pressing the switch again stops
and all the windows will close automati-
7
the window moving.
cally (including the sunroof, if present).
It is recommended that the user only
Impossible to operate the one-touch
operates the system when the vehi-
electric window
cle can be seen clearly and no one is
The one-touch electric window is
inside.
equipped with heat protection: if you
press the switch for the window more
Operating faults
than sixteen consecutive times it goes
In case of a fault when closing a
into protection mode
(locking the
Manual window winder
window, the system reverts to normal
window).
controls
mode: pull the switch concerned up
You can:
as often as necessary to fully close
Turn handle 7.
– use the electric window switch briefly
the window, then hold the switch (still
and with intervals of approximately
on the closure side) for approximately
30 seconds;
one second, then lower and raise the
– with the engine running, the window
window fully to reinitialise the system.
will be unlocked after approximately
If necessary, contact an approved
20 minutes of inaction on the electric
Dealer.
window switch.
When closing the windows,
Note: if the window detects resistance
ensure that no part of the
when closing (e.g.: branch of a tree,
body (arm, hand, etc.) is
etc.) it stops and then lowers again by a
protruding from the vehicle.
few centimetres.
Risk of serious injury.
3.29
ELECTRIC SUNROOF (1/3)
1
A B C
2
0
D
3
4
Driver’s responsibility
Never leave an animal,
child or non-autonomous
adult alone in your vehicle,
even for a short time.
To slide the curtain 1
To slide the sunroof
The reason for this is that the child
- To open: push the handle 2 rear-
- To tilt: move the marked position 3
may endanger himself or others by
wards to move the blind to the de-
to position A;
starting the engine, activating equip-
sired position;
ment such as the window winders
- to open: move the marked posi-
for example, or locking the doors.
- to close: pull the handle 2 forwards
tion 3 to position B, C or Ddepending
to move the blind to the desired posi-
on the type of opening required;
If something gets trapped, reverse
tion.
the direction of travel as soon as
- to close: move the marked posi-
possible by turning button 4 fully to
tion 3 to position 0.
the right (position D).
Risk of serious injury.
3.30
ELECTRIC SUNROOF (2/3)
Closing the sunroof by
remote control
If you press twice on the card lock-
ing button in quick succession or on
the driver’s door locking button in
hands-free mode, all the windows and
the sunroof will lock automatically.
A B C
It is recommended that the user only
operates the system when the vehi-
0
D
cle can be seen clearly and no one is
inside.
4
3
Special features
Your vehicle is fitted with an anti-pinch
facility: when the sunroof encounters
resistance whilst closing
(branch of
a tree, etc.), it stops and then moves
back a few centimetres.
After closing the sunroof by remote
control, pressing button 4 allows the
sunroof to return to its previous posi-
tion.
If the vehicle is equipped
When closing the sunroof,
with this function, this action
The sunroof will not open when the
ensure that no part of the
will activate deadlocking.
temperature is below -20°C. However,
body (arm, hand, etc.) is
➥ 1.5 or ➥ 1.13.
it will still close.
protruding from the vehicle.
Check that there is no-one still
Risk of serious injury.
inside the vehicle
3.31
ELECTRIC SUNROOF (3/3)
Precautions during use
-
Vehicle with loaded roof bars.
As a general rule, if there is a load
on the roof, use of the sunroof is not
recommended.
Before using the sunroof, check the
B
A
C
objects and/or accessories
(bike
racks, roof boxes, etc.) attached to
0
D
the roof bars: they should be prop-
erly arranged and secured and
Driver’s responsibility
should not interfere with the opera-
3
tion of the sunroof.
Never leave an animal,
4
child or non-autonomous
Contact an approved dealer for de-
adult alone in your vehicle,
tails of possible conversions;
even for a short time.
Operating faults
-
check that the sunroof is properly
The reason for this is that the child
closed before leaving your vehicle;
If the sunroof will not close, move the
may endanger himself or others by
marked position 3 to position 0 then
-
clean the seal every three months
starting the engine, activating equip-
press button 4 until the sunroof is com-
using products recommended by our
ment such as the window winders
pletely closed: consult an approved
Technical Department;
for example, or locking the doors.
dealer.
-
do not open the sunroof immedi-
If something gets trapped, reverse
ately after it has rained or immedi-
the direction of travel as soon as
ately after washing the vehicle.
possible by turning button 4 fully to
the right (position D).
Risk of serious injury.
Important: during this operation, the
sunroof anti-pinch function is de-
activated. Contact your approved
Dealer as soon as possible.
3.32
INTERIOR LIGHTING (1/2)
1
2
3
4
5
Map reading lights
Courtesy light
Note: on vehicles equipped with a mul-
timedia system, from the multimedia
Press switch 1 to get:
Press switch 3 for:
screen (➥ 1.92) you can:
- permanent lighting;
- permanent lighting;
- deactivate/activate illumination of
- immediate switching off.
- intermittent lighting, which comes
the courtesy lights upon opening of
on when a door is opened. It only
the luggage compartment doors;
switches off after a time delay and
- depending on the vehicle, change
when the doors concerned have
the colour of the ambient light (8 pos-
been closed correctly;
sible choices).
- lighting switches off immediately.
Map reading lights
Glove box light 5
Press switches 2 and 4.
The light comes on when the cover is
opened.
When the doors or boot are un-
locked and opened, the reading and
footwell lights come on temporarily.
3.33
INTERIOR LIGHTING (2/2)
6
6
6
Luggage compartment light 6
The light comes on when the luggage
compartment is opened.
With the doors properly shut, lock-
ing or starting the engine makes the
interior lights and the courtesy lights
go out.
3.34
SUN VISOR, BLINDS
1
2
3
4
Front sun visor
Ticket holder 4
Lower the sun visor 1 on the wind-
Can be used to hold motorway toll tick-
screen or unclip it and lower it over the
ets, maps, etc.
side window.
Vanity mirror
Lift the cover 3.
The light 2 switches on automatically.
When driving, ensure the
courtesy mirror cover is
closed. Risk of injury.
3.35
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE SPACE AND FITTINGS (1/4)
3
1
2
Door pockets 1
Passenger storage
Sun blind storage
compartment
compartment 3
It can hold a bottle.
Pull handle 2 to open it.
This can be used for storing
motorway tickets, cards, etc.
The glove box can hold A4-sized docu-
ments, a bottle etc.
Ensure that no hard, heavy
or pointed objects are
Nothing should be placed
placed in the “open” sto-
on the floor area in front of
rage compartments in such
the driver as such objects
a way that they may fall onto pas-
may slide under the pedal
sengers during sudden turning or
during braking manoeuvres, thus
braking.
obstructing its use.
3.36
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE SPACE AND FITTINGS (2/4)
4
7
5
7
4
4
6
Central storage
Cup holders 7
compartment 5
A sliding system 6 holds maintains the
cups.
Central storage
compartment 4
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” stor-
holder is not dislodged.
age compartments in such
There is a risk of burning if hot liquid
a way that they may fall onto pas-
escapes.
sengers during sudden turning or
braking.
3.37
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE SPACE AND FITTINGS (3/4)
10
11
8
9
Central storage
Grab handle 10
compartment 9
This offers support and can be held
With the sliding armrest 8 in its rear-
when the vehicle is being driven.
most position, raise it.
Do not use it for getting into or out of
the vehicle.
Clothes hooks 11
Nothing should be placed
on the floor area in front of
the driver as such objects
may slide under the pedal
during braking manoeuvres, thus
obstructing its use.
3.38
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE SPACE AND FITTINGS (4/4)
13
15
12
14
Rear door storage
Front seat storage pockets 13
Rear armrest with cup holder
compartment 12
Lower armrest 15.
Rear central storage
compartment 14
Ensure that no hard, heavy
When turning corners,
or pointed objects are
accelerating or braking,
placed in the “open” sto-
ensure that the recepta-
rage compartments in such
cle being held by the cup
a way that they may fall onto pas-
holder is not dislodged.
sengers during sudden turning or
There is a risk of burning if hot
braking.
liquid escapes.
3.39
ASHTRAY, CIGARETTE LIGHTER, ACCESSORIES SOCKET (1/2)
1
1
3
2
2
Cigarette lighter 1
Ashtray 3
With the ignition on, push in cigar
It can be housed in either position 2.
lighter 1, it will spring back with a click
To open, lift the cover. To empty, pull the
when it is ready. Pull it out to use. After
ashtray towards you and it will be re-
use, replace it without pushing it all the
leased from its housing 2.
way in.
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
If your vehicle is not fitted with a
180 watts.
cigar lighter and an ashtray, these
Fire hazard.
can be obtained from an authorised
dealer.
3.40
ASHTRAY, CIGARETTE LIGHTER, ACCESSORIES SOCKET (2/2)
4
4
Accessories sockets 4
You can use the one of sockets 4.
They are provided for 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.
3.41
REAR HEADRESTS (1/2)
A
B
1
Position for using the central
Centre seat headrest B
To remove a headrest
headrest A
storage position
Raise the headrest as far as it will go,
Raise the headrest as far as possible to
Press the button 1 and lower the head-
then press button 1 and remove the
use it in the high position. Check that it
rest completely.
headrest.
is correctly locked.
Set the headrest at the lowest po-
sition or tilted forwards for storage
To refit a headrest
only: do not set it in this position when
Insert the rods in the holes, press the
the seat is occupied or if the child seat
button 1 and lower the headrest. Check
is fitted.
that the bonnet is correctly locked.
The headrest is a safety
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.
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