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WINDSCREEN WASH, WIPE (1/4)
When activating automatic wiping or
when increasing sensitivity, one sweep
of the blades is performed.
A
1
2
F
1
Note:
B
-
the rain sensor is only intended as a
driving aid. In the event of reduced
visibility, the driver should manually
C
activate the wipers. In foggy weather
or during snowfalls, wiping is not au-
D
tomatically triggered and remains
under the driver’s control;
E
G
-
in the event of temperatures below
zero, automatic wiping is not acti-
vated when the vehicle is started. It
is automatically activated as soon as
Vehicle fitted with front
C
automatic wiper function
the vehicle exceeds a certain speed
windscreen wiper rain sensor
When this position is selected, the
(approximately 5 mph (8 km/h));
system detects water on the wind-
The rain sensor is located on the winds-
-
do not activate automatic wiping in
screen and triggers the wipers at a
creen, in front of the interior rear-view
dry weather;
suitable wiping speed. It is possible to
mirror.
change the triggering threshold and the
-
fully de-ice the windscreen before
time sweeps by turning ring 2:
activating automatic wiping.
A single sweep
- F: minimum sensitivity
A short push will trigger one sweep of
the wipers.
- G: maximum sensitivity
The higher the sensitivity, the quicker
B stop
the wipers will react and the faster the
wipe.
1.105
WINDSCREEN WASH, WIPE (2/4)
Operating faults
Special note
In the event of a malfunction of the au-
When driving the vehicle, the wiping
tomatic wiping, the wiper is set to inter-
speed slows down whenever the vehi-
A
mittent wiping. Contact an authorised
cle stops. For example, fast wiping
1
dealer.
speed will slow to normal wiping speed.
B
As soon as the vehicle moves off,
The operation of the rain sensor can be
wiping will return to the speed originally
disturbed in the event of:
selected.
-
damaged wiper blades; a screen
C
If stalk 1 is operated, it overrides and
of water or traces left by a blade in
cancels the automatic function.
the sensor’s detection zone may in-
D
crease the response time of the au-
Precautions
E
tomatic wiper, or increase the wiping
- In the event of ice, check whether the
frequency;
blades are stuck to the windscreen
-
a windscreen with any chip or crack
before operating the wiping mecha-
level with the sensor, or a windscreen
nism. If you activate the wipers while
D
slow continuous wiping
covered in dust, dirt, insects, ice, the
the blades are stuck down with ice,
use of washing wax and water-repel-
you may risk damaging both the
E
fast continuous wiping
lent chemicals; the windscreen wiper
blade and the wiper motor.
will be less sensitive or may even not
- Do not activate the wipers on a dry
react at all.
screen. This will lead to premature
wear or damage to the blades.
1.106
WINDSCREEN WASH, WIPE (3/4)
Specific front wiper position
(service position)
This position enables the blades to be
A
lifted to remove them from the winds-
1
creen.
B
It may be useful to:
- to clean the blades;
C
- to release the blades from the wind-
screen in winter;
D
- replace the blades ➥ 5.21.
E
With the ignition on and the engine off,
lower the windscreen wiper stalk to
position E (fast continuous wipe). The
wiper arms stop in a position away from
the bonnet.
To return the blades into position, make
sure they have been placed on the
windscreen, then move the stalk to po-
sition B (stopped) with the ignition on.
In the event of obstacles on the
windscreen (dirt, snow, ice etc.),
Before switching on the ignition,
clean the windscreen (including the
place the wipers on the windscreen.
central area located behind the inte-
Otherwise, there may a risk of damage
rior rear view mirror) before starting
to the bonnet or the wipers when they
the wipers (risk of motor overheat-
Before any action involving
are switched on.
ing).
the windscreen
(washing
the vehicle,
de-icing,
If an object is preventing a blade
cleaning the windscreen,
from moving, it may stop functio-
etc.) return stalk
1 to position B
ning. Remove the obstacle and
(stop).
reactivate the wiper using the wiper
stalk.
Risk of injury and/or damage.
1.107
WINDSCREEN WASH, WIPE (4/4)
Note: in temperatures below zero, the
washer liquid may freeze on the wind-
screen, reducing visibility. Heat the
A
windscreen using the demister control
1
before cleaning.
B
Efficiency of a wiper blade
C
Check the condition of the wiper
blades. How long they last depends
D
on you:
E
- it must remain clean: clean the
blade and the screen regularly
with soapy water;
- do not use it when the screen is
dry;
Windscreen washer
- free it from the screen when it has
With the ignition on, pull stalk 1 then
not been used for a long time.
release.
In all cases, replace it as soon as
A longer pull will trigger, in addition to
it begins to lose efficiency: approxi-
the windscreen washer, two sweeps
mately once a year. ➥ 5.21.
of the wipers followed, a few seconds
later, by a third.
Precaution for using the
On vehicles fitted with a multimedia
wipers
screen, you can choose to activate or
disable the third sweep of the blades.
- In freezing or snowy weather
➥ 1.92.
conditions, clear the screen
When working in the engine
before starting the wipers (risk of
compartment, ensure that
motor overheating);
the windscreen wiper stalk
- ensure that no objects are ob-
is in position B (stop).
structing the travel of the blade.
Risk of injury.
1.108
REAR SCREEN WASH, WIPE (1/2)
To stop the operation, pivot ring 3 again.
Note: when washing using a roller
type car wash, return the ring 3 on the
1
2
3
stalk 1 to the stop position to deactivate
automatic wiping.
Follow usage recommendations.
Efficiency of a wiper blade
Check the condition of the wiper
blades. How long they last depends
on you:
- it must remain clean: clean the
blade and the screen regularly
with soapy water;
- do not use it when the screen is
dry;
Rear screen wiper
- free it from the screen when it has
Y
not been used for a long time.
With the ignition on, turn ring 3
on stalk 1 to align the symbol with
In all cases, replace it as soon as
mark 2.
it begins to lose efficiency: approxi-
mately once a year. ➥ 5.21.
- switching off
Do not use the wiper arm to open or
- intermittent wiping
close the tailgate.
Precautions for using the
The wipers will pause for several
seconds between sweeps. Wiping
wipers
frequency varies with vehicle
- In freezing or snowy weather
speed;
Before any action involving
conditions, clear the screen
the rear screen (washing
– slow continuous wiping
before starting the wipers (risk of
the vehicle, de-icing, clean-
motor overheating);
ing, etc.) return stalk 1 to
- ensure that no objects are ob-
the stop position.
structing the travel of the blade.
Risk of injury and/or damage.
1.109
REAR SCREEN WASH, WIPE (2/2)
Activation/deactivation of the rear
In the event of obstacles present on the
screen wiper
rear window (dirt, snow, etc.), the wiper
will try to sweep away all the obstacles.
Engaging reverse gear triggers inter-
If an obstacle prevents the blade from
1
mittent wiping (if the front wipers are in
moving, it can be stopped. Remove the
operation). If your vehicle is equipped
obstacle, wait for around 30 seconds
with a vehicle settings customisation
and reactivate the wiper using the wiper
menu, you can opt to activate or deacti-
stalk.
vate this function. ➥ 1.92.
For vehicles not fitted with a settings
Precautions
customisation menu, you can have this
-
In the event of ice, check that the
function deactivated by an authorised
blades are not stuck to the wind-
dealer.
screen before operating the wipers.
If you activate the wiper while the
blade is blocked by ice, you risk dam-
aging both the blade and the wiping
motor.
Rear screen wash/wipe
p
-
Do not operate the wipers on a dry
With the ignition on, push and
screen. This will lead to the prema-
hold stalk 1, then release.
ture wear or damage to the blades.
Holding the stalk for longer will trigger
(in addition to the windscreen washer)
two sweeps of the wipers followed,
a few seconds later, by a third (drip
wiping function).
When the stalk is released, it returns to
the rear wipe position.
1.110
Section 2: driving
(Advice on use relating to fuel economy and the environment)
Starting, stopping the engine
2.2
Gear control
2.5
Electronic parking brake
2.8
Environment
2.12
Driving advice, Eco-driving
2.13
Vehicle range: advice
2.16
Tyre pressure monitoring system
2.18
Active emergency braking
2.23
Driving correction devices
2.30
Lane departure warning
2.35
Lane Keeping Assist
2.39
Blind spot warning
2.44
Detection of road signs
2.49
Speed limiter
2.53
Cruise control
2.57
“AUTOHOLD” function
2.62
Parking distance control
2.63
Reversing camera
2.70
Assisted parking
2.72
2.1
STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE (1/3)
2
1
Starting the engine
Special features
The card must be inserted in detection
- If one of the starting conditions is not
zone 1.
applied, the message “Press Brake
+ START” is displayed on the instru-
To start
ment panel;
- depress the brake pedal;
- in some cases, it will be necessary
to move the steering wheel whilst
- press button
2. The message
pressing the start button 2 to help
READY comes on, on the instrument
unlock the steering column; the
panel, along with a beep.
message “Turn Steering Wheel +
The message disappears when the ve-
START” will alert you.
hicle speed is above approximately 3.1
mph (5 km/h).
The vehicle can only be started if
the charging cord is unplugged from
the vehicle.
2.2
STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE (2/3)
Operating faults
In certain cases, the hands-free card
2
may not work:
- the card battery is flat, the secondary
12 V battery is discharged etc.;
- near to appliances operating on the
4
same frequency as the card (moni-
Driver’s responsibility
tor, mobile phone, video game, etc.);
when parking or stopping
3
- vehicle located in a high electromag-
the vehicle
netic radiation zone.
Never leave an animal,
The message “Place card on zone +
child or adult who is not self-suffi-
START” appears on the instrument
cient alone in your vehicle, even for
panel.
a short time.
“Hands-free” starting with the
Press the brake pedal, then place the
They may pose a risk to themselves
tailgate open
card 4 (button side) on the placement
or to others by starting the engine,
area 3. Press the 2 button to start the
activating equipment such as the
In this case, the card should not be lo-
vehicle. The message goes out.
electric windows or locking the
cated in the luggage compartment, to
doors, for example.
prevent the risk of loss.
Also, in hot and/or sunny weather,
Accessories function
please remember that the tempera-
(switching on the ignition)
ture inside the passenger compart-
ment increases very quickly.
Once you have gained access to your
vehicle, you may use some of its func-
RISK OF DEATH OR SERIOUS
tions (radio, navigation, wipers, etc.).
INJURY.
To use the other functions, with the
card in the passenger compartment,
press the 2 button without pressing the
pedals.
2.3
STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE (3/3)
If the card is no longer in the passen-
ger compartment or if the card’s battery
2
is dead, when the vehicle is stationary
and you try to switch the engine off,
the message “Keycard absent : press/
hold START” appears on the instrument
panel: press button 2 for longer than
three seconds.
With the engine switched off, any ac-
Driver’s responsibility
cessories being used (radio, etc.) will
when parking or stopping
continue to function for approximately
the vehicle
10 minutes.
Never leave an animal,
When the driver’s door is opened, the
child or adult who is not self-suffi-
accessories stop working.
cient alone in your vehicle, even for
a short time.
Stopping the engine
They may pose a risk to themselves
or to others by starting the engine,
The vehicle must be at a standstill.
activating equipment such as the
Press the 2 button: the engine stops,
electric windows or locking the
the READY message goes out on
doors, for example.
the instrument panel and the assisted
Also, in hot and/or sunny weather,
parking brake is applied. The steering
please remember that the tempera-
column is locked when the driver's door
ture inside the passenger compart-
is opened or the vehicle is locked.
ment increases very quickly.
RISK OF DEATH OR SERIOUS
Never switch off the igni-
INJURY.
tion before the vehicle has
stopped completely. Once
the engine has stopped,
the power-assisted steering and the
passive safety devices such as the
airbags and pretensioners will no
longer operate.
2.4
GEAR CONTROL (1/3)
Operation
B
With the engine running READY mes-
4
sage lit on the instrument panel ➥ 2.2,
the gear control is automatically in N
position.
3
To exit position N, it is essential to de-
press the front brake pedal.
2
1
With your foot on the brake pedal
3
(warning light c on display A goes
out), move the lever out of position N.
4
A
Selector lever 1
4: position accessible from the cur-
R: reverse.
rent position by moving the selec-
N: neutral.
tor lever 1 two notches forwards or
D: moving off forwards normally.
backwards.
The vehicle can only be started if
B: moving off forwards with strong
the charging cord is unplugged from
The 3 or 4 symbols are displayed to in-
regenerative braking.
the vehicle.
dicate the gears that can be selected. If
The A indicator light displays the gear
these symbols are absent this indicates
engaged.
that the gears cannot be selected from
the current position.
The following informative symbols may
Obstructions to the driver
appear on the instrument panel dis-
The required gear will flash on the in-
On the driver’s side, only
play B:
strument panel if a gear is not acces-
use mats suitable for the
sible from the engaged position of the
vehicle, attached with the
2: position of the gear engaged;
lever.
pre-fitted components, and check
3: position accessible from the cur-
the fitting regularly. Do not lay one
rent position by moving the selector
mat on top of another. There is a
lever 1 one notch forwards or back-
risk of wedging the pedals
wards;
2.5
GEAR CONTROL (2/3)
Driving in mode B
B
This mode allows driving with a more
dynamic regenerative mode. When
releasing the accelerator, the vehicle
uses regenerative braking to slow down
the vehicle. Thus the motor generates
higher electrical current which allows
1
2
the traction battery to be recharged.
When you select position B when the
vehicle is stationary, the vehicle moves
forward as soon as you release the
brake pedal (without pressing on the
accelerator pedal).
In B mode, the regenerative braking will
be reduced if the accumulator is cold or
completely charged.
One-touch selector
Driving in mode D
Move the selector lever 1 one or two
When you select position D when the
Move from D position to B or
notches forwards or backwards to
vehicle is stationary, the vehicle moves
engage the desired position (R, N, D
forward as soon as you release the
B to D
or B) then release the lever and it will
brake pedal (without pressing on the
To switch from one position to the other,
return to a stable position.
accelerator pedal).
tilt the lever to one notch or two notches
While driving, press the accelerator
backwards.
The selected position is displayed on
pedal to achieve the desired speed.
The selected position, lit up on the in-
the instrument panel along with the 2
strument panel, alongside warning
warning light in front of the position.
light 2, will confirm the position of the
If certain conditions prevent shifting
gear control.
from one position to another, the re-
quested position flashes on the instru-
ment panel.
The last selected position (B or D) is stored and will be the first of the two posi-
tions accessible from the current position N or R.
2.6
GEAR CONTROL (3/3)
To select reverse gear
Parking the vehicle
With the vehicle stationary, engine run-
With the vehicle stationary, start the
ning, Nposition, D or B engaged, de-
engine. Neutral position is engaged
press the brake pedal and move for-
and the electronic parking brake is ap-
ward the lever by two notches, R lights
plied automatically.
up on the instrument panel.
The reversing lights will illuminate as
soon as reverse gear is selected (igni-
tion on) and, depending on the vehicle,
the reversing camera ➥ 2.70.
Note: with the engine running, the ve-
hicle moving between 0 and 5 mph
In the event of an impact to
(8 km/h) and position N or R engaged, it
the underside of the vehicle
is not necessary to depress the brake
(e.g.: striking a post, raised
pedal to engage the position D. This is
kerb or other street furni-
useful when parking manoeuvres re-
ture), this may result in damage to
quire alternating forward and reverse
the vehicle (e.g.: twisted axle), the
gearing.
electrical circuit or the traction bat-
When the door is opened, the mes-
tery.
sage “Select NEUTRAL N” is dis-
Do not touch the circuit elements or
played on the instrument panel
any fluids or liquids.
if the gear control is in a position
To prevent any risk of accident,
other than N and the engine is not
have your vehicle checked by an
switched off.
authorised dealer.
Risk of serious injury or electric
shock and risk to life.
The N position of the lever
does not mechanically lock
the drive wheels, make
sure it is immobilised before
leaving the vehicle.
2.7
ELECTRONIC PARKING BRAKE (1/4)
To confirm that the electronic parking
brake is applied, the message “Parking
1
Brake ON” and warning light }
on the instrument panel and warning
light 2 on the switch 3 light up.
After the engine is switched off, indi-
2
cator light 2 goes out several minutes
after the assisted parking brake has
been applied and indicator light }
goes out when the vehicle is locked.
3
Assisted operation
Applying the electronic parking
brake
With the vehicle stationary, the elec-
tronic parking brake can be used to im-
mobilise the vehicle:
- by pressing the engine start/stop
button 1;
or
- when the driver’s seat belt is un-
fastened;
Before leaving the vehicle, check that the electronic parking brake is fully
or
applied. Warning light 2 on switch 3 and warning light }
on the in-
- when the driver’s door is opened;
strument panel light up to show that the parking brake is applied but go
or
out when the doors are locked.
– when the engine is stopped.
2.8
ELECTRONIC PARKING BRAKE (2/4)
Assisted operation
(continued)
1
Note: in some situations (electronic
parking brake failure, manual release of
the parking brake, etc.), a beep sounds
and the message “WARNING: Apply
Parking Brake” appears on the instru-
2
ment panel to warn you that the elec-
tronic parking brake has been released.
- with the engine running: when the
driver’s door is opened;
- with the engine off: when a front door
is opened.
3
In this case, pull and release switch 3 to
apply the assisted parking brake.
Manual operation
Manually releasing the electronic
Assisted release of the parking
parking brake
You can apply the electronic parking
brake
brake manually.
Press switch 1 without pressing the
The brake will be released as soon as
pedals to switch the ignition on. Press
the vehicle starts and accelerates.
Manually applying the electronic
the brake pedal then press switch 3: in-
parking brake
dicator light 2 on the switch and indica-
Pull switch 3. Warning light 2 and warn-
tor light }
displayed on the instru-
ment panel go out.
ing light }
on the instrument panel
light up.
Before leaving the vehicle, check that the electronic parking brake is fully applied. Warning light 2 on switch 3 and
warning light }
on the instrument panel illuminate to show that the parking brake is applied but switch off when
the doors are locked.
2.9
ELECTRONIC PARKING BRAKE (3/4)
- manually release the electronic park-
ing brake (please see the informa-
tion on “Manually releasing the elec-
1
tronic parking brake” on the previous
page). The message “WARNING:
Apply Parking Brake” is displayed on
the instrument panel accompanied
2
by a beep to warn you that it is re-
leased (this is normal);
- close the driver’s door and lock the
vehicle.
3
Brief stop
To park, without applying the electronic
parking brake (if there is a risk of freez-
To apply the electronic parking brake
ing, for example):
manually (when stopping at a red light,
or stopping when the engine is running,
- stop the engine by pressing the
etc.): pull and release the switch 3. The
engine Start/Stop button 1;
brake is released as soon as the vehi-
- release the driver’s seat belt;
cle is started up again.
- open the driver’s door;
- if necessary, position a chock in front
Special cases
of or behind the wheels to ensure
When parking on a slope, for exam-
that the vehicle is immobilised;
ple, pull switch 3 for a few seconds to
achieve maximum braking.
2.10
ELECTRONIC PARKING BRAKE (4/4)
For safety reasons, automatic release
is deactivated when the driver’s door
is open or not shut properly and the
engine is running (in order to prevent
the vehicle from moving without the
driver). The “Release Parking Brake
Manually” message appears on the
instrument panel when the driver de-
presses the accelerator.
Never leave your vehicle
without moving the selec-
Operating faults
tor lever to position N, ap-
-
plying the handbrake and
light illuminates on the instrument
switching off the engine. This is be-
panel accompanied by the message
cause when the vehicle is stationary
“Check Parking Brake” and in some
with the engine running and a gear
engaged, the vehicle may begin to
cases the }
warning light ap-
move if you accelerate.
pears. Contact your approved Dealer
straight away.
There is a risk of accidents.
If the message “WARNING:
-
If there is an assisted parking brake
Electric System” or “Check
fault, the warning light
®
battery” is displayed, you
comes on, along with the message
must immobilise the vehicle
“WARNING: Braking System”, a
by pulling the switch 3 for approxi-
beep and, in some cases, the warn-
If no lights or sounds are ap-
mately 10 seconds. If the slope and
parent, this indicates a fault
the conditions require it, chock the
ing light }
in the instrument panel. This
wheels of the vehicle.
This means that you must stop as
indicates that it is essential
Risk of loss of immobilisation of
soon as traffic conditions allow.
to stop immediately (as soon as traf-
the vehicle.
fic conditions allow). Ensure that the
vehicle is correctly immobilised and
Call an approved Dealer.
contact an approved Dealer.
2.11
ENVIRONMENT
Your vehicle has been designed with
Please make your own
Recycling
respect for the environment in mind for
contribution towards
Your vehicle is 85% recyclable and
its entire service life: during production,
protecting the environment
95% recoverable.
use and at the end of its life.
too.
To achieve these objectives, many of
- Worn parts replaced in the course
the vehicle components have been de-
Manufacture
of routine vehicle maintenance (sec-
signed to enable them to be recycled.
Your vehicle has been manufactured at
ondary 12 V battery, batteries, etc.)
The materials and structures have
an industrial site which uses a progress
must be disposed of through special-
been carefully designed to allow these
policy to reduce environmental impacts
ist organisations.
components to be easily removed and
on rivers and natural areas (reduc-
reprocessed by specialist companies.
- At the end of the vehicle’s service
tion of water and energy consumption,
life, it should be sent to approved
In order to preserve raw material re-
visual and noise pollution, atmospheric
centres to ensure that it is recycled.
sources, this vehicle incorporates nu-
emissions and waste water, sorting and
merous parts made from recycled plas-
reusing waste).
- In all cases, comply with local legis-
tics or renewable materials (vegetable
lation.
or animal-derived materials such as
cotton or wool).
2.12
DRIVING ADVICE, ECO-DRIVING (1/3)
Consumption in real time depends on
Optimum use zone 0
vehicle usage conditions, equipment
B
C
Indicates nil consumption.
fitted and the user’s driving style. To op-
timise fuel consumption, please refer to
Green “recommended
the following advice.
consumption” B usage zone
Depending on the vehicle, you will be
The traction battery supplies the elec-
provided with functions which enable
trical energy required for the motor to
you to lower the energy consumption:
0
move the vehicle.
– charge meter;
- the driving style indicator;
“Consumption not recommended”
– the journey record and eco-driving
white use zone C
advice via the multimedia screen;
Indicates high energy consumption.
- ECO mode, activated by the ECO
button.
A
If fitted on the vehicle, the navigation
system provides additional information.
Charge meter
(on the instrument panel)
The charge meter gives the driver a
real-time view of the vehicle’s energy
consumption.
Blue “Energy recovery” A usage
zone
When driving, if you lift your foot off the
accelerator pedal or apply the brake,
the motor generates electrical current
during deceleration, and this energy is
used to slow down the vehicle and re-
charge the traction battery.
The presence and display of this in-
formation depends on the type of
ambiance selected ➥ 1.80.
2.13
DRIVING ADVICE, ECO-DRIVING (2/3)
1
6
2
3
5
4
Driving style indicator
Press the 3 or 4 switch to access the
- an overall grade taking into account
indicator menu, then confirm by press-
acceleration, braking anticipation
Informs you about the driving style
ing 5 “OK”.
and your skill in managing speed;
adopted in real time. This is shown by
- advice to enable you to improve your
indicator light 1.
rating.
The more petals displayed on 1, the
Journey record
more your driving is flexible and eco-
For more information, refer to the equip-
For vehicles fitted with this, once the
nomical.
ment user guide.
engine is switched off, a Journey
If you regularly monitor this indicator,
Record is displayed on the multimedia
you will reduce your vehicle’s fuel con-
screen 6. This record shows the infor-
Navigation system
sumption.
mation relating to your last journey:
To activate/deactivate the driving style
Using the information available on your
- average energy consumption;
indicator, press switch 2 as many times
navigation system (traffic information,
- number of miles/kilometres travelled;
as necessary to reach the Data tab.
nearest charging station, etc.) makes it
easy to manage your journey.
2.14
DRIVING ADVICE, ECO-DRIVING (3/3)
Disabling the function
Press the switch 7.
8
Warning light 8
goes out on the
instrument panel.
7
ECO mode
While driving, it is possible to exit the
ECO mode temporarily in order to im-
ECO mode is a function which opti-
prove engine performance.
mises vehicle range. It acts upon cer-
tain consumer systems in the vehicle
To do this, press the accelerator pedal
(power steering etc.) and on some driv-
firmly and fully. The warning light 8
ing actions (acceleration, cruise con-
flashes on the instrument panel
trol, deceleration etc.).
for the duration of the operation.
ECO mode is reactivated when you
Activating the function
take pressure off the accelerator pedal.
Press the switch 7.
The 8
warning light comes on on
the instrument panel.
Cruise control switches to standby
each time ECO mode is activated or
deactivated ➥ 2.57.
With ECO mode on, the vehicle
speed is limited to approximately
62 mph (100 km/h).
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