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CRUISE CONTROL (2/5)
Driving
6
Once a cruising speed is registered
and the cruise control function is active,
you may lift your foot off the accelera-
tor pedal.
5
3
2
1
Switching on
Activating cruise control
Press switch 1.
At a steady speed above approximately
19 mph (30 km/h), press the 2 (SET/-)
The 6 warning light appears in grey.
switch or the 3 (RES/+) switch : the
The “Cruise control ON” message ap-
function is activated and the current
pears on the instrument panel accom-
speed is taken into account.
panied by dashes to indicate that the
The cruising speed replaces the
cruise control function is in operation
dashes. Cruise control is confirmed
and waiting to memorise a cruising
when the memorised speed and warn-
speed.
ing light appear in green 6.
If you try to activate the function below
19 mph (30 km/h), the message “Invalid
Speed” will be displayed and the func-
Please note that you must
tion will remain inactive.
keep your foot close to the
pedals in order to react in
an emergency.
2.58
CRUISE CONTROL (3/5)
Exceeding the cruising speed
The cruising speed may be exceeded
at any time by depressing the accelera-
tor pedal.
While it is being exceeded, the cruising
speed flashes on the instrument panel.
Then, release the accelerator pedal:
after a few seconds, the vehicle will
3
automatically return to its set cruising
speed.
Cruising speed cannot be
maintained
2
When driving down a steep gradient,
the system is unable to maintain the
Adjusting the cruising speed
cruising speed: the stored speed will
The cruising speed may be changed by
flash on the instrument panel informa-
pressing the following repeatedly:
tion display to inform you of this situ-
ation.
- the 2 switch (SET/-) to reduce the
speed;
- the 3 switch (RES/+) to increase the
speed.
Note: press and hold one of the
switches to modify speed by succes-
sive increments.
If the cruise control is no
longer available (after sev-
The cruise control function
eral attempts to activate it),
is in no way linked to the
contact an approved dealer.
braking system.
2.59
CRUISE CONTROL (4/5)
NB: if the speed previously stored is
6
much higher than the current speed,
the vehicle will accelerate more rapidly
to reach this threshold.
When the cruise control is set to
standby, pressing switch 2 (SET/-) re-
activates the cruise control function
without taking into account the stored
4
speed: it is the speed at which the vehi-
3
cle is moving that is taken into account.
2
Putting the function on
Returning to the cruising speed
standby
If a speed is stored, it can be recalled,
once you are sure that the road condi-
The function is set to standby if you:
tions are suitable (traffic, road surface,
- 4 switch (0);
weather conditions, etc.). Press the
- the brake pedal;
switch 3 (RES/+) if the vehicle speed is
above 19 mph (30 km/h).
- move to the neutral position.
When the speed is stored, cruise con-
The cruising speed is stored and dis-
trol activation s confirmed by display of
played in grey on the instrument panel.
the cruising speed and, depending on
the vehicle, the 6 warning light is dis-
played.
Cruise control switches to standby
each time ECO mode is activated or
deactivated ➥ 2.13.
2.60
CRUISE CONTROL (5/5)
6
5
1
Switching off the function
The warning light 6 disappears from
the instrument panel to confirm that the
The cruise control function is inter-
function is no longer active.
rupted:
- when you press the 1 switch. In this
case, the speed is no longer stored;
- when you press the 5 switch. In this
case the speed limiter is selected
and there is no stored speed.
Putting the cruise control
on standby or switching it
off does not cause a rapid
reduction in speed: you
must brake by depressing the brake
pedal.
2.61
“AUTOHOLD” FUNCTION
Vehicle stopped (e.g. at a red light, an
Conditions for interrupting the
intersection, a traffic jam, etc.), the func-
braking force
tion ensures braking force even when
The following conditions must be met:
the driver releases the brake pedal.
- the driver accelerates sufficiently
The braking force is released as soon
with a gear engaged;
as the driver accelerates sufficiently
or
with a gear engaged.
- the driver disables the function.
Activation
1
Warning light
goes out on the in-
strument panel.
Press switch 2.
The switch warning light 2 illuminates
to confirm that the function is activated.
2
Deactivation
Press the brake pedal and 2 switch si-
Conditions for maintaining the
multaneously.
braking force
The switch warning light 2 turns off,
The following conditions must be met:
confirming that the function is deacti-
- the seat belt for the driver is fas-
vated.
tened;
Upon each start-up, the function
If the braking force is maintained, the
and
continues the mode set at the time
parking brake is applied automatically
- the electronic parking brake is re-
the engine was last switched off.
when:
leased;
- the driver exits the vehicle;
and
or
Before leaving the vehicle,
- the vehicle is not stationary on a very
- the vehicle is immobilised for more
check that the electronic
steep slope.
than approximately three minutes.
parking brake is fully ap-
The maintained braking force is con-
plied. The indicator light on
firmed by the
warning light on
switch 1 and the warning light }
the instrument panel.
on the instrument panel illuminate to
show that the parking brake is ap-
plied and switch off when the doors
are locked.
2.62
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (1/7)
Depending on the vehicle, the system
detects obstacles to the front, the rear
and the sides of the vehicle.
The parking distance control system
1
is only activated when the vehicle is
driven at a speed below approximately
6 mph (10 km/h).
The function does not take into account
towing or carrying systems that are not
recognised by the system.
This function is an addi-
This measurement is indicated by
tional aid that indicates the
beeps which become more frequent the
distance between the vehi-
closer you come to the obstacle, until
cle and an obstacle whilst
they become a continuous beep when
reversing, using sound signals.
the vehicle is approximately
20 to
Operating principle
30 centimetres from the obstacle.
Under no circumstances should it
replace the driver’s care or respon-
Ultrasonic sensors, indicated
by
sibility whilst reversing.
arrows 1, are fitted in the bumpers to
Location of the ultrasonic
measure the distance between the ve-
The driver should always be ready
sensors 1
hicle and an obstacle.
for sudden incidents while driv-
Ensure that the ultrasonic sensors indi-
ing: always ensure that there are
cated by the arrows 1 are not obscured
no small, narrow moving obstacles
(by dirt, mud, snow, a badly fitted/at-
(such as a child, animal, pushchair,
tached number plate, etc.), impacted,
bicycle, stone, post, etc.) in the blind
modified (including paintwork) or ob-
spot when manoeuvring.
structed by any accessory fitted to the
rear and/or, depending on the vehicle,
to the front or sides of your vehicle.
2.63
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (2/7)
Note: in the event of a change in trajec-
2
tory during a manoeuvre, there may be
C
a late response to a risk of collision with
an obstacle.
A
B
Vehicle fitted with a navigation
Operation
system
Most objects located less near the
Note: the display 2 shows the vehicle
front, rear and sides of the vehicle are
surroundings and emits beeps.
detected.
It is necessary to travel a few metres
before the side detection is activated.
Depending on the distance of the ob-
An impact to the under-
If all areas have a grey background, the
stacle, the frequency of the beep will
side of the vehicle while
whole area around the vehicle is being
be higher while approaching it, and
manoeuvring
(e.g. strik-
monitored:
will become a continuous beep around
ing a post, raised kerb or
- A: analysis of the vehicle surround-
20 cm away for obstacles to the sides,
other street furniture) may result in
ings in progress;
and around 30 cm for obstacles to the
damage to the vehicle (e.g. defor-
- B: analysis of the vehicle surround-
front or rear. Depending on the vehicle,
mation of an axle).
ings carried out.
the green, orange (or yellow depending
To avoid any risk of accident, have
on the vehicle) and red zones will be
your vehicle checked by an ap-
displayed on the C display.
proved dealer.
2.64
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (3/7)
If a side obstacle is detected:
D
- the beeps become faster and then
sound continuously as the obstacle
gets nearer. Green, orange and red
zones will be displayed on the dis-
play D;
- if there is no risk of collision, no beep
will sound when approaching the ob-
stacle. Green, orange and red zones
will be displayed interspersed on the
display D.
3
Note: in the event of a change in tra-
jectory during a manoeuvre, the risk of
collision with an obstacle may be sig-
nalled late.
Detection of obstacles to the side
(depending on the vehicle)
Depending on the direction of the
wheels, the system determines the tra-
jectory of the vehicle and notifies the
An impact
to the under-
driver of any risk or otherwise of a col-
side of the vehicle while
lision with an obstacle 3 to the side of
manoeuvring
(e.g. strik-
the vehicle.
ing a post, raised kerb or
other street furniture) may result in
damage to the vehicle (e.g. defor-
mation of an axle).
To avoid any risk of accident, have
your vehicle checked by an ap-
proved Dealer.
2.65
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (4/7)
Setting on vehicles not fitted
4
with a navigation system
Depending on the vehicle, with the ve-
hicle stationary, engine running, some
settings can be adjusted from the multi-
media screen 4.
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
tions for further information.
Select “Settings”, “Parking assistance”.
Parking distance control audio
5
volume
Select “Settings”, “Parking assistance”,
“Sound”. Adjust the volume of the park-
ing distance control by pressing + or -.
Activation/deactivation
Vehicles without a navigation
system
Vehicle fitted with a navigation
With the vehicle stationary and the
system
engine running, press switch 5 to acti-
Vehicle stationary, engine running, from
vate or deactivate the function.
the multimedia screen 4, select the
Settings menu, select the Vehicle tab,
select the Parking assistance menu
then select ON or OFF to activate or
deactivate areas covered by the ultra-
sonic detectors.
2.66
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (5/7)
Setting on vehicles fitted
Deactivating the parking
Operating faults
with a navigation system
distance control manually
If the system detects an operating fault,
(continued)
If towing, carrying or trailer equipment
a beep sounds for approximately three
not recognised by the system is present
seconds each time the reverse gear is
System sound
selected and the message “Check park-
in front of the ultrasonic sensors, you
Enables the system sound to be
ing distance control” appears on the in-
must deactivate the system.
chosen. Select “Settings”, “Parking as-
strument panel. Check that your ultra-
sistance”, “Sound”.
sonic sensors are clean. If the message
Parking distance control
remains, contact an approved dealer.
Deactivating the system sound
automatic deactivation
Activate or deactivate the parking dis-
tance control sound.
The system deactivates:
Note: if you deactivate the sound, you
- when the vehicle speed is above ap-
will no longer be notified with beeps
proximately 6 mph (10 km/h);
when approaching an obstacle.
- depending on the model, when the
vehicle is stationary for more than
approximately 5 seconds and an ob-
stacle is detected (such as when in a
traffic jam, etc.);
- when you are in position N;
- when an operating fault is detected.
An impact to the under-
Note: if the vehicle is fitted with a
side of the vehicle while
towbar recognised by the system, only
manoeuvring
(e.g. strik-
the rear Park Assist function is deacti-
ing a post, raised kerb or
vated.
other street furniture) may result in
damage to the vehicle (e.g. defor-
mation of an axle).
To avoid any risk of accident, have
When the vehicle is travelling at a
your vehicle checked by an ap-
speed below approximately 6 mph
proved dealer.
(10 km/h), some noises (motorcy-
cle, lorry, pneumatic drill etc.) may
trigger the beeping sound of the
parking distance control.
2.67
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (6/7)
System servicing/repairs
- In the event of an impact, the alignment of the sensors may be altered and their operation may consequently be affected.
Deactivate the function and consult an authorised dealer.
- Any work in the area where the sensors are located (repairs, replacements, etc.) must be carried out by a qualified profes-
sional.
Only an authorised dealer is qualified to service the system.
System disturbance
Some conditions can disrupt or damage the operation of the system, for example:
- poor weather conditions (rain, snow, hail, black ice, etc.);
- in the event of exposure to strong electromagnetic waves (under high-voltage lines, etc.);
- some types of noise (motorcycle, lorry, pneumatic drill etc.);
- fitting an unsuitable towing ball or hook.
Risk of false alarms or absence of warnings
In the event of the system behaving abnormally, deactivate it and consult an authorised dealer.
2.68
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (7/7)
Limitation of the system operation
- The area around the sensors must be kept clean and free of any modifications in order to ensure the proper operation of the
system.
- Small objects moving close to the vehicle (motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians, etc.) may not be recognised by the system.
- The system may not detect objects that are too close to the vehicle.
- The system may not provide a warning when the other vehicles or objects are travelling at a significantly different speed.
- During a change in trajectory, during a manoeuvre, the system may report obstacles with a delay.
- When the vehicle is towing a trailer, the rear Park Assist system must be deactivated
Deactivating the function
You must disable the function if:
- the area around the sensors has been damaged (rear bumper);
- the vehicle is equipped with a towing device that is not recognised by the system (ball, hook, adapter, etc.).
2.69
REVERSING CAMERA (1/2)
3
4
2
C
B
A
1
Operation
Fixed clearance gauge 3
4 moving guide line:
When the vehicle is reversing, the
The fixed clearance gauge comprises
This is shown in blue on the multime-
camera 1 on the luggage compart-
coloured markers A, B and C indicating
dia screen 2. It indicates the vehicle tra-
ment lid transmits a view of the area
the distance behind the vehicle:
jectory according to the position of the
surrounding the rear of the vehicle to
steering wheel.
- A (red) approximately 30 centimetres
the multimedia display 2 accompanied
from the vehicle;
by two guiding lines 3 and 4 (fixed and
- B (yellow) approximately 70 centime-
Special feature
mobile).
tres from the vehicle;
Make sure that the camera is not ob-
This system uses several guidelines for
- C (green) approximately 150 centi-
scured (by dirt, mud, snow, condensa-
its operation (mobile for trajectory and
metres from the vehicle.
tion etc.).
fixed for distance). When the red zone
This gauge remains fixed and indicates
is reached, use the bumper image to
the vehicle trajectory if the wheels are
stop accurately.
in line with the vehicle.
2.70
REVERSING CAMERA (2/2)
2
The screen shows a reverse mirror
image.
Activating, deactivating the
This function is an additional
The frames are a representation
reversing camera
aid. It cannot, therefore,
projected on a flat surface. This in-
under any circumstances
With the vehicle stationary and the
formation is to not be taken into ac-
replace the vigilance or the
engine running, from the multimedia
count when superimposed on a
responsibility of the driver.
screen 2 you can add or remove the
vertical object or an object on the
The driver should always be ready
guides and adjust the camera image
ground.
for sudden incidents while driv-
settings
(brightness, contrast etc.).
Objects which appear on the edge
ing: always ensure that there are
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
of the screen may be deformed.
no small, narrow moving obstacles
tions for further information.
In very bright light (snow, vehicle in
(such as a child, animal, pushchair,
sunshine, etc.), the camera vision
bicycle, stone, post, etc.) in the blind
may be adversely affected.
spot when manoeuvring.
If the boot is open or poorly closed,
the message “Tailgate open” ap-
Each time the vehicle is started,
pears and the camera display dis-
the function continues the mode
appears.
saved the last time the engine was
stopped.
2.71
ASSISTED PARKING (1/5)
1
3
A
2
Using ultrasonic detectors as indicated
Switching on
Special features
by the 3 arrows installed in the vehicle
While the engine is running, vehicle
Ensure that the ultrasonic sensors indi-
bumpers, this function helps to find ac-
stationary or driving at less than ap-
cated by arrows 3 are not obscured (by
cessible parking spaces and assists in
proximately 19 mph (30 km/h):
dirt, mud, snow, etc.).
the parking manoeuvre.
- press switch 2. The indicator light in
Remove your hands from the steering
switch 2 lights up and display A ap-
wheel, you only control:
pears on the multimedia screen 1.
- the accelerator pedal;
- set the direction indicator to the side
- the brake pedal;
of the vehicle where you want to
park.
- the gear lever.
You can retake control at any time by
operating the steering wheel.
2.72
ASSISTED PARKING (2/5)
Note: when starting the vehicle, or after
Operation
having successfully completed parallel
parking using the system, the default
Parking
manoeuvre proposed by the system is
As long as the vehicle speed is less
1
assistance in exiting a parallel parking
than 19 mph (30 km/h), the system
space. In other cases, the default ma-
searches for available parking spaces
noeuvre can be set from the multimedia
on the side of the vehicle chosen by the
screen 1. Please refer to the multime-
driver.
dia instructions for further information.
Note: if parking spaces are available
on the other side of the vehicle, set the
direction indicator to the other direc-
2
tion to enable the system to search for
spaces.
Once a space has been found, it is dis-
played on the multimedia screen, indi-
Choice of manoeuvre
cated by a small letter “P”. Drive slowly,
with the direction indicators activated
The system can perform four types of
on the side where the space is avail-
manoeuvres:
able, until the “Stop” message is dis-
- parallel parking;
played and a beep sounds.
- perpendicular parking;
- angle parking;
- moving out of a parallel parking
space.
From the 1 multimedia screen, select
the manoeuvre to carry out.
The system start up is accompa-
nied by activation of the parking dis-
tance control and, on those vehicles
equipped, the reversing camera to
help the driver visualise the ma-
noeuvre. ➥ 2.63, ➥ 2.70.
2.73
ASSISTED PARKING (3/5)
The space is then indicated on the mul-
- Release the steering wheel;
timedia screen by a capital letter “P”.
- carry out manoeuvres at the front
- Stop the vehicle;
and rear by following the instructions
shown on the multimedia screen 1
– select reverse gear.
1
and using the parking distance con-
trol system alerts.
The indicator light
lights up
on the instrument panel and a beep
Your speed should not exceed around 4
sounds.
mph (7 km/h).
- Release the steering wheel;
Once the vehicle is in a position to exit
- follow the instructions shown on the
the parking space, the
warning
2
multifunction screen 1.
light disappears from the instrument
Your speed should not exceed around 4
panel and a sound signal and message
mph (7 km/h).
appear on the multimedia screen 1 to
confirm that the manoeuvre is com-
Exiting a parallel parking space
plete.
Once the warning light
on the
instrument panel goes off and a beep
- Briefly press the 2 switch;
sounds, the manoeuvre has been com-
- Select “Exit parallel parking space”
pleted.
mode;
- activate the direction indicator on the
side you wish to go out of;
- press and hold switch 2 (approx. two
seconds).
This function is an addi-
The indicator light
lights up
tional driving aid.
on the instrument panel and a beep
sounds.
Therefore, it can under no
When manoeuvring, the
circumstances replace the
steering wheel may turn
driver’s vigilance and responsibility
quickly: do not put your
during manoeuvres (the driver must
hands inside, and make
always be ready to brake).
sure that nothing is caught inside.
2.74
ASSISTED PARKING (4/5)
The warning light on the 2 switch turns
Cancelling the manoeuvre
off and the
warning light disap-
The manoeuvre is cancelled in the fol-
pears from the instrument panel and a
lowing cases:
1
sound signal confirms that the manoeu-
- the vehicle speed has exceeded 4
vre has been suspended. The reason
mph (7 km/h);
for suspending the manoeuvre will be
- by pressing switch 2;
displayed on the multimedia screen 1.
- you have performed more than ten
Make sure:
forwards/backwards movements in
- you have released the steering
one manoeuvre;
wheel;
2
- the parking distance control sensors
and
are dirty or blocked;
- that all doors and the boot are closed;
- the vehicle wheels have skidded;
and
- the manoeuvre has been suspended
- that no obstacles are in the way of
Suspending/Resuming the
for too long.
the direction of movement;
manoeuvre
The warning light on the 2 switch turns
and
The manoeuvre is suspended in the fol-
- that the engine is started.
off and the
warning light disap-
lowing circumstances:
If the warning light on the 2 switch
pears from the instrument panel and a
- you take control of the wheel;
flashes, this indicates that the system
sound signal confirms that the manoeu-
is once again available to resume the
vre has been cancelled. The reason for
- the vehicle is stationary for too long;
manoeuvre.
cancelling the manoeuvre will be dis-
- an obstacle in the direction of move-
played on the multimedia screen 1.
To resume the manoeuvre, press and
ment prevents the manoeuvre from
hold the 2 switch. The warning light on
being completed;
- the engine stops;
the 2 switch comes on and
is
displayed on the instrument panel.
- a door or the luggage compartment
is opened.
Follow the instructions shown on the
multimedia screen 1.
2.75
ASSISTED PARKING (5/5)
This function is an additional driving aid. This function is not under any circumstances intended to replace the due care
and attention of the driver, who should at all times be in control of the vehicle. Make sure that the manoeuvre complies
with the applicable traffic regulations in your location.
The driver should always be ready for sudden incidents while driving: always ensure that there are no small, narrow
moving obstacles (such as a child, animal, pushchair, bicycle, stone, post, towing equipment, etc.) in the blind spot when
manoeuvring.
System servicing/repairs
- In the event of an impact, the alignment of the sensors may be changed and their operation may consequently be affected.
Deactivate the function and consult an authorised dealer.
- Any work in the area where the sensors are located (repairs, replacements, exterior trim modifications, etc.) must be carried
out by a qualified professional.
Only an authorised dealer is qualified to service the system.
In the event of system disturbance
Certain conditions may disrupt or impair operation of the system, such as poor weather conditions (snow, hail, ice etc.).
In the event of the system behaving abnormally, deactivate it and consult an authorised dealer.
Risk of erroneous false alarms.
Limitations of the system operation
- The system cannot detect objects located in the sensor blind spots.
- Always visually check that the parking space proposed by the system is still available and contains no obstacles.
- The system should not be used when towing a trailer or when there is a towing or load carrying system on the vehicle or on
surrounding vehicles.
2.76
Section 3: your comfort
Air vents
3.2
Manual air conditioning
3.4
Automatic climate control
3.7
Air conditioning: programming
3.11
Air conditioning: information and advice on use
3.13
Multimedia equipment
3.15
Electric windows
3.16
Interior lighting
3.18
Sun visor
3.18
Passenger compartment storage, fittings
3.19
Ashtray
3.22
Accessories socket
3.22
Rear bench seat: functions
3.24
Rear parcel shelf
3.25
Luggage cover
3.26
Luggage compartment
3.27
Spoiler
3.27
Transporting objects in the luggage compartment
3.28
3.1
AIR VENTS: air outlets (1/2)
3
4
2
2
1
1
5
6
5
1 side air vent.
4 centre air vents.
2 side demister outlet.
5 passenger footwell heater outlets.
3 windscreen demisting vents.
6 control panel.
3.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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