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3.9

ENG_UD82823_5

Air conditionné manuel (HJB - Renault)

 

MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING SYSTEM 

(5/6)

1

2

3

5

4

Adjusting the ventilation 

speed

Move the 

3

 control to adjust the amount  

of air blown. If you want to shut off the  

flow of air, set the 

3

 control to “

0

” (con- 

trol 

A

) or “

OFF

” (control 

B

).

The system is deactivated: the ventila- 

tion speed is zero (vehicle stationary).  

You can, however, still feel a slight flow  

of air when the vehicle is moving.

Using 

W

 position on the 

1

 con- 

trol will disable the air recirculation  

function in order to prevent misting  

of the windscreen.

Adjusting the air temperature

Turn control 

5

 to obtain the desired  

temperature. The further towards the  

red the slide is, the higher the tempera- 

ture will be.
When the air conditioning system is  

used for long periods, it may begin to  

feel cold. To increase the temperature,  

turn control 

5

 to the right.

3.10

ENG_UD82823_5

Air conditionné manuel (HJB - Renault)

 

MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING SYSTEM 

(6/6)

1

2

3

5

4

Rear screen de-icing/

demisting

With the engine running,

 press 

 

button 

2

. The operating tell-tale comes  

on.
This function permits rapid demisting/

de-icing of the rear screen and de-icing 

of the door mirrors (on equipped vehi- 

cles).

To exit this function,

 press button 

2

  

again. Warning light goes out.
Demisting automatically stops.

Rapid demisting

Turn controls 

1

3

 and 

5

 to:

– demisting 

W

;

–  the fan speed in position 

3

 or 

4

;

–  maximum temperature.
Press the 

4

 button to deactivate the air  

recirculation (warning light off).

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heating system ..........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

heating and air conditioning system ..........

(up to the end of the DU)

air conditioning ..........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

windscreen de-icing/demisting ..................

(up to the end of the DU)

demisting

windscreen ...........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

demisting

rear screen ...........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

heated windscreen ....................................

(up to the end of the DU)

temperature regulation ..............................

(up to the end of the DU)

ventilation ..................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

3.11

ENG_UD64409_3

Air conditionné automatique (HJB - Renault)

 

Automatic climate control

The controls

(depending on the vehicle)

1

   Adjusting the ventilation fan speed.

2

   “Clear View” function.

3

   Adjusting the air temperature.

4

  Automatic mode.

5

   Air conditioning control.

6

  Distribution of air in the passenger  

compartment.

7

   Air  recirculation.

8

   De-icing/demisting of the rear screen  

and, depending on the vehicle, the  

rear view mirrors.

AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL 

(1/4)

Adjusting the ventilation  

speed.

In automatic mode, the system uses 

the most suitable amount of air to reach 

and maintain the desired comfort level.
You can still adjust the ventilation  

speed by turning control 

1

 to increase  

or reduce the ventilation speed.

Adjusting the air temperature

Turn control 

3

 to obtain the desired  

temperature.
Turning the control to the right in- 

creases the temperature.

Automatic mode

The automatic climate control system 

guarantees comfort in the passen-

ger compartment and good visibility 

(except in the event of extreme condi-

tions), while optimising consumption. 

The system controls the ventilation 

speed, air distribution, air recirculation, 

and starting and stopping the air condi-

tioning and air temperature.

AUTO:

 allows the selected comfort  

level to be best attained, depending on  

the exterior conditions. Press button 

4

.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Any action on a button other than  

button 

AUTO

 triggers deactivation  

of automatic mode.

3.12

ENG_UD64409_3

Air conditionné automatique (HJB - Renault)

 

Clear View function

Press the 

2

 button: the integrated indi- 

cator light comes on.
This function quickly demists and de- 

ices the windscreen, the rear screen,  

the front side windows, and the door  

mirrors (depending on the vehicle). It  

automatically activates the air condi- 

tioning and rear screen de-icing func- 

tions.
Press button 

8

 to stop the heated rear  

screen operating, and the integrated in- 

dicator goes out.

To exit this function

, press button 

2

  

or 

4

.

AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL 

(2/4)

The air flow is directed towards  

the dashboard air vents, the  

front footwells and, depending on the  

vehicle, the second row footwells.

The air flow is mainly directed  

to the dashboard air vents.

 

The air flow is directed mainly  

towards the footwells.

Adjusting the distribution 

of air in the passenger 

compartment

Turn control 

6

. The integrated warning  

light in the button comes on.

W

All the air is then directed to  

the windscreen and front side  

window demisting vents.

The air flow is distributed be- 

tween front side window de- 

misting vents, the windscreen demist- 

ing vents and the footwells.

2

4

6

8

screens

multimedia screen ................................

(current page)

ECO mode .................................................

(current page)

3.13

ENG_UD64409_3

Air conditionné automatique (HJB - Renault)

 

Rear screen de-icing/

demisting

Press the 

8

 button: the integrated in- 

dicator light comes on. This function  

enables rapid demisting or de-icing of  

the rear screen and de-icing of the rear  

view mirrors (on equipped vehicles).

To exit this function,

 press button 

8

  

again. Demisting automatically stops.

AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL 

(3/4)

Switching air conditioning on 

or off

In automatic mode, the system switches 

the air conditioning system on or off, 

depending on the climate conditions.
Press the 

5

 button to deactivate the air  

conditioning. The integrated indicator  

light goes off.

5

8

3.14

ENG_UD64409_3

Air conditionné automatique (HJB - Renault)

 

AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL 

(4/4)

Stopping the system

Turn the control 

1

 to “

OFF

” to stop the  

system. To start it, turn the control 

1

  

again, then adjust the fan speed or  

press the button 

4

.

Using the demisting/de-icing func- 

tion will disable the air recirculation.

Fuel consumption increases when 

the air conditioning is being used 

(switch it off when it is not required).

Manual use

Press the 

7

 button: the integrated indi- 

cator light comes on.
Prolonged use of this position may lead 

to odours, caused by non-renewal of 

air, and the formation of condensation 

on the windows.
To avoid this, air recirculation is disa- 

bled automatically after a certain time.

Air recirculation (isolation of  

the passenger compartment)

This function is managed automatically  

but you can also activate it manually. In  

this case, the operation is confirmed by  

a warning light on the button 

7

.

1

4

7

air conditioning ..........................................

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operating faults ..........................................

(current page)

heating and air conditioning system ..........

(current page)

fuel consumption .......................................

(current page)

maintenance ..............................................

(current page)

faults

operating faults ....................................

(current page)

ECO mode .................................................

(current page)

3.15

ENG_UD82507_4

Air conditionné : informations et conseils d’utilisation (HJB - Renault)

 

Air conditioning: information and advice on use

AIR CONDITIONING: information and operating instructions 

(1/2)

Do not add anything to the 

vehicle’s ventilation circuit 

(for example, to remove 

bad odours).

There is a risk of damage or of 

fire.

Do not open the refriger- 

ant fluid circuit.

 The fluid  

may damage eyes or skin.

Fuel consumption

You will normally notice an increase in  

fuel consumption (especially in town)  

when the air conditioning is operating.
For vehicles fitted with air conditioning  

with no automatic mode, switch off the  

system when it is not required.

Advice for reducing consumption  

and helping to preserve the environ- 

ment

Drive with the air vents open and the  

windows closed. If the vehicle has been  

parked in the sun, open the doors for a  

few moments to let the hot air escape  

before starting the engine.

Maintenance

Refer to the Maintenance Document  

for your vehicle for the inspection fre- 

quency.

Operating faults

As a general rule, contact your ap- 

proved dealer in the event of an oper- 

ating fault.

–  Reduction in de-icing, demisting  

or air conditioning performance.

This may be caused by the passen- 

ger compartment filter cartridge be- 

coming clogged.

– 

No cold air is being produced

.

Check that the controls are set cor- 

rectly and that the fuses are sound.  

Otherwise, switch off the system.

Presence of water under the  

vehicle

After prolonged use of the air condi- 

tioning system, it is normal for water  

to be present under the vehicle. This is  

caused by condensation.

Advice on use

In some situations (air conditioning off,  

air recirculation activated, ventilation  

speed at zero or low etc.), you may  

notice that condensation starts to form  

on the windows and windscreen.
If there is condensation, use the 

“Clear  

View”

 function to remove it, then use  

the air conditioning in automatic mode  

to stop it forming again.

Use the air conditioning system reg- 

ularly, even in cold weather, running  

it at least once a month for approxi- 

mately 5 minutes.

3.16

ENG_UD82507_4

Air conditionné : informations et conseils d’utilisation (HJB - Renault)

 

Do not open the refriger- 

ant circuit.

 The fluid may  

damage eyes or skin.

Before carrying out any  

action in the engine com- 

partment, you must switch  

off the ignition. 

 2.4 or  

 2.6.

AIR CONDITIONING: information and operating instructions 

(2/2)

Refrigerant fluid

The refrigerant fluid circuit (of which  

some components are hermetically  

sealed) may contain fluorinated green- 

house gases.
Depending on the vehicle, you will find  

the following information on label 

A

 af- 

fixed inside the engine compartment.
The presence and location of the infor- 

mation on label 

A

 depends on the ve- 

hicle.

Ñ

Type of refrigerant fluid   

Type of oil in the air condi- 

tioning circuit

Inflammable product 

 

Consult the driver’s hand- 

book

Maintenance  

 

 

(

1

) Quantity of refriger- 

ant fluid present in the  

vehicle.

x.xxx kg

(

2

) Global warming po- 

tential.

GWP xxxx

(

3

) Quantity in weight  

and in CO2 equivalent.

CO2 eq  

x.xxx t

Additional information

Depending on label and depending on  

the type of refrigerant:

Refrigerant fluid R-134yf

– (

1

) 0.420 kg

– (

2

) GWP 4

– (

3

) 0.002t

A

multimedia equipment ...............................

(up to the end of the DU)

telephone ...................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

navigation system ......................................

(up to the end of the DU)

hands-free telephone integrated control ....

(up to the end of the DU)

navigation ..................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

radio...........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

display .......................................................

(current page)

multimedia (equipment) .............................

(up to the end of the DU)

screen

navigation screen .................................

(up to the end of the DU)

screen

navigation display ................................

(up to the end of the DU)

steering wheel controls ..............................

(up to the end of the DU)

screens

multimedia screen ................................

(up to the end of the DU)

controls

steering wheel ......................................

(up to the end of the DU)

accessories socket ....................................

(current page)

USB socket ................................................

(current page)

3.17

ENG_UD56640_1

Equipement Multimédia (HJB - Renault)

 

The sockets USB can also be used to  

recharge accessories with a maximum  

power rating of 12 Watts (5 Volts) per  

socket, which have been approved by  

our Technical Department.
The JACK socket enables the radio to  

be used with an auxiliary cable.

Multimedia equipment

MULTIMEDIA EQUIPMENT 

(1/3)

Multimedia system AB or  

radio C

The location and operation of equip- 

ment may vary according to the vehicle.

1

  Multimedia screen;

2

  Multimedia sockets;

3

  Steering column controls;

4

  Steering wheel controls;

5

 Radio.

1

Please refer to the multimedia in- 

structions for further information.

3

2

1

2

3

Multimedia sockets 2

You can use the USB sockets to access  

the multimedia content of your acces- 

sories and to update the system.
The various sources can be selected  

using the multimedia screen or the  

radio and the steering column controls.

Connect accessories with a  

maximum power of 12 watts  

only.

Fire hazard.

4

4

A

B

C

5

3

4

accessories socket ....................................

(current page)

wireless charger ........................................

(current page)

3.18

ENG_UD56640_1

Equipement Multimédia (HJB - Renault)

 

Microphone 8

MULTIMEDIA EQUIPMENT 

(2/3)

6

7

Steering column controls 4

You can use the hands-free telephone 

6

  

and voice recognition 

7

 controls on ve- 

hicles fitted with these.

4

8

3.19

ENG_UD56640_1

Equipement Multimédia (HJB - Renault)

 

Using the telephone

We remind you of the need 

to conform to the legislation 

in force concerning the use 

of such equipment.

Wireless charger 9  

(depending on the vehicle)

 3.29

9

MULTIMEDIA EQUIPMENT 

(3/3)

9

children ......................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

electric windows ........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

child safety.................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

3.20

ENG_UD64394_3

Lève-vitres électriques (HJB - Renault)

 

These systems operate

 with the igni- 

tion on or off, until one of the front doors  

is opened (limited to about 3 minutes).

Electric windows

ELECTRIC WINDOWS 

(1/2)

1

2

3

4

5

6

Avoid resting any objects against  

a half-open window: there is a risk  

that the electric window could be  

damaged.

Driver’s responsibility

Never leave your vehicle  

with the card or key inside,  

with a child, adult who is not  

self-sufficient or a pet in the vehicle,  

even for a short while. 
They may pose a risk to themselves  

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.

Passenger safety

The driver can prevent the  

front and rear passenger  

electric windows from op- 

erating (and the driver’s window)  

by pressing switch 

4

. A confirmation  

message is displayed on the instru- 

ment panel.

One-touch electric windows

Briefly press or pull a window switch  

as far as it will go: the window will be  

raised or lowered fully. Pressing the  

switch again stops the window moving.

Note

: the rear windows do not 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 passengers.

From the passenger seats, use 

 

switch 

6

.

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faults

operating faults ....................................

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3.21

ENG_UD64394_3

Lève-vitres électriques (HJB - Renault)

 

One-touch electric windows  

(continued)

Note:

 if the window detects resistance  

when closing (e.g. tree branch etc.), it  

stops and then lowers again by a few  

centimetres.

Impossible to operate the  

one-touch electric window

The one-touch electric window is 

 

equipped with heat protection: if you  

press the switch for the window more  

than 16 consecutive times it goes into  

protection mode (locking the window).
You can:
– use the electric window switch briefly  

and with intervals of approximately  

30 seconds;

– with the engine running, the window  

will be unlocked after approximately  

20 minutes of inaction on the electric  

window switch.

ELECTRIC WINDOWS 

(2/2)

Operating faults

In case of a fault when closing a  

window, the system reverts to normal  

mode: pull the switch concerned up as  

often as necessary to fully close the  

window (the window will close gradu- 

ally), hold the switch (still on the clos- 

ing side) for one second then lower and  

raise the window fully to reinitialise the  

system.
If necessary, contact an approved  

Dealer.

When closing the windows, ensure that no part of the body (arm, hand,  

etc.) is protruding from the vehicle.

Risk of serious injury.

Remote control window 

closing

When the doors are locked from the  

outside, if you 

double-press the lock- 

ing button on the driver’s door

 in  

hands-free mode

, on the card or, de- 

pending on the vehicle, on the key

,  

all of the windows (and sunroof de- 

pending on the vehicle) equipped with  

a one-touch electric window will close  

automatically.

It is recommended that the user only  

operates the system when the vehi- 

cle can be seen clearly and no one is  

inside.

sunroof.......................................................

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children (safety) .........................................

(current page)

child safety.................................................

(current page)

3.22

ENG_UD56704_1

Toit ouvrant électrique (HJB - Renault)

 

Electric sunroof

ELECTRIC SUNROOF 

(1/3)

To slide the curtain 1

–  To open:

 push the handle 

2

 rear- 

wards to move the blind to the de- 

sired position;

–  to close:

 pull the handle 

2

 forwards  

to move the blind to the desired posi- 

tion.

To slide the sunroof

–  To tilt:

 move the marked position 

3

  

to position 

A

;

– to open:

 move the marked posi- 

tion 

3

 to position 

B

C

 or 

D

depending  

on the type of opening required;

–  to close:

 move the marked posi- 

tion 

3

 to position 

0

.

2

1

0

A B C

D

1

4

Driver’s responsibility

Never leave an animal,  

child or non-autonomous  

adult alone in your vehicle,  

even for a short time.
The reason for this is that the child  

may endanger himself or others by  

starting the engine, activating equip- 

ment such as the window winders  

for example, or locking the doors.
If something gets trapped, reverse   

the direction of travel as soon as   

possible by turning button 

4

 fully to   

the right (position 

D

).

Risk of serious injury.

3

If the vehicle is equipped  

with this function, this action  

will activate deadlocking.  

 1.5 or 

 1.9.

Check that there is no-one still 

inside the vehicle

3.23

ENG_UD56704_1

Toit ouvrant électrique (HJB - Renault)

 

ELECTRIC SUNROOF 

(2/3)

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.
The sunroof will not open when the  

temperature is below -20°C. However,  

it will still close.

Closing the sunroof by 

remote control

If you 

press the locking button on the  

card twice in quick succession,

 the  

windows and sunroof will close auto- 

matically.
It is recommended that the user only  

operates the system when the vehi- 

cle can be seen clearly and no one is  

inside.

If the vehicle is equipped  

with this function, this action  

will activate deadlocking.  

 1.5 or 

 1.9.

Check that there is no-one still 

inside the vehicle

When closing the sunroof,  

ensure that no part of the  

body (arm, hand, etc.) is  

protruding from the vehicle.

Risk of serious injury.

0

A B C

D

4

3

child safety.................................................

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children (safety) .........................................

(current page)

3.24

ENG_UD56704_1

Toit ouvrant électrique (HJB - Renault)

 

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 

objects and/or accessories (bike 

racks, roof boxes, etc.) attached to 

the roof bars: they should be prop-

erly arranged and secured and 

should not interfere with the opera-

tion of the sunroof.
Contact an approved dealer for de-

tails of possible conversions;

 

check 

that the sunroof is properly 

closed before leaving your vehicle;

– clean

 the seal every three months 

using products recommended by our 

Technical Department;

–  do not open

 the sunroof immedi-

ately after it has rained or immedi-

ately after washing the vehicle.

Operating faults

If the sunroof will not close, move the  

marked position 

3

 to position 

0

 then  

press button 

4

 until the sunroof is com- 

pletely closed: consult an approved  

dealer.

Important: during this operation, the  

sunroof anti-pinch function is de- 

activated. Contact your approved  

Dealer as soon as possible;

Driver’s responsibility

Never leave an animal,  

child or non-autonomous  

adult alone in your vehicle,  

even for a short time.
The reason for this is that the child  

may endanger himself or others by  

starting the engine, activating equip- 

ment such as the window winders  

for example, or locking the doors.
If something gets trapped, reverse   

the direction of travel as soon as   

possible by turning button 

4

 fully to   

the right (position 

D

).

Risk of serious injury.

ELECTRIC SUNROOF 

(3/3)

0

A B C

D

4

3

sun visor ....................................................

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courtesy mirrors .........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

3.25

ENG_UD56642_1

Pare-soleil (HJB - Renault)

 

Sun visor

SUN VISOR

Front sun visor

Lower sun visor 

1

.

Courtesy mirrors

(depending on the vehicle)
Lift the cover 

2

. The light 

3

 switches on  

automatically.

2

3

1

When driving, ensure the  

courtesy mirror cover is  

closed.

Risk of injury.

lighting:

interior ..................................................

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courtesy light .............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

map reading lights .....................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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Eclairage intérieur (HJB - Renault)

 

Éclairage intérieur

INTERIOR LIGHTING 

(1/3)

Courtesy light A

Press switch 

1

 for:

–  permanent lighting;
–  lighting controlled by the unlocking of  

the vehicle or by opening one of the  

doors. This switches off after a time  

delay, once the doors concerned  

have been closed correctly;

–  lighting switches off immediately.

1

Reading lights B or C

Press the 

2

 switch for the driver, 

3

  

switch for the front passenger, for per- 

manent lighting.

Note:

 on vehicles fitted with a multime- 

dia screen, you can use the multime- 

dia screen to deactivate/activate the  

reading lights which switch on when  

the doors or luggage compartment are  

opened. 

 1.83.

2

3

A

C

B

2

3

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Eclairage intérieur (HJB - Renault)

 

INTERIOR LIGHTING 

(2/3)

Courtesy light D

Press switch 

4

 for:

–  permanent lighting;
–  lighting controlled by the unlocking of  

the vehicle or by opening one of the  

doors. This switches off after a time  

delay, once the doors concerned  

have been closed correctly;

–  lighting switches off immediately.

Map reading lights E

Press switch 

5

 

6

 or 

7

 for constant light- 

ing

Note:

 on vehicles fitted with a multime- 

dia screen, you can use the multime- 

dia screen to deactivate/activate the  

reading lights which switch on when  

the doors or luggage compartment are  

opened. 

 1.83.

4

5

6

7

D

E

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Eclairage intérieur (HJB - Renault)

 

Unlocking and opening the doors or 

tailgate switches on the timed cour-

tesy lights and lights.

Luggage compartment light 

Light 

9

 comes on when the luggage  

compartment is opened.

9

Glove box light

Depending on the vehicle, the 

8

 light  

switches on when the cover is opened.

8

INTERIOR LIGHTING 

(3/3)

8

storage compartments ...............................

(up to the end of the DU)

storage compartment.................................

(up to the end of the DU)

fittings ........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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Rangements / Aménagements habitacle (HJB - Renault)

 

Passenger compartment storage, fittings

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.

Front door storage pockets 1

They can hold a 1.5-litre bottle.

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(1/4)

1

Ensure that no hard, heavy 

or pointed objects are 

placed in the “open” storage 

compartments in such a 

way that they may fall onto passen-

gers during sudden turning, braking 

or in the event of an accident.

4

Sun blind storage  

compartment 2

This can be used for storing motorway  

tickets, cards, etc.

Centre console storage  

compartment/induction  

charging zone 3

For more information on the induction  

charging zone, please refer to the mul- 

timedia instructions.

3

2

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Rangements / Aménagements habitacle (HJB - Renault)

 

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(2/4)

Ensure that no hard, heavy 

or pointed objects are 

placed in the “open” storage 

compartments in such a 

way that they may fall onto passen-

gers during sudden turning, braking 

or in the event of an accident.

5

Centre console storage  

compartment 4/ induction  

charging zone 5

For more information on the induction  

charging zone, please refer to the mul- 

timedia instructions.

Passenger storage drawer

To open, press the button 

7

 to unlock  

the drawer and pull the handle 

8

Passenger storage  

compartment

Pull handle 

6

 to open it.

The glove box can hold A4-sized docu- 

ments, a bottle etc.

7

8

6

4

armrest:

front ......................................................

(current page)

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Rangements / Aménagements habitacle (HJB - Renault)

 

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(3/4)

Centre armrest storage  

compartment 11

Lift the cover 

9

 of the sliding armrest by  

pressing the 

10

 button.

9

11

12

Cup holders 12

Depending on the vehicle, the cup  

holder may be equipped with retaining  

hooks to keep the cup in place.
This can be used to store a mobile ash- 

tray, drink cans, etc.

When turning corners, 

accelerating or braking, 

ensure that the recepta-

cle being held by the cup 

holder is not dislodged.

There is a risk of injury if hot  

liquid escapes.

10

grab handle................................................

(current page)

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Rangements / Aménagements habitacle (HJB - Renault)

 

Rear seat storage pockets 14

Ensure that no hard, heavy 

or pointed objects are 

placed in the “open” storage 

compartments in such a 

way that they may fall onto passen-

gers during sudden turning, braking 

or in the event of an accident.

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(4/4)

14

15

Grab handle 15

This offers support and can be held  

when the vehicle is moving.
Do not use it for getting into or out of  

the vehicle.

13

Rear door storage  

compartment 13

They can hold a 0.5-litre bottle.

cigar lighter ................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

ashtray .......................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

accessories socket ....................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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Cendrier - Allume-cigares - Prise accessoires (HJB - Renault)

 

Accessories socket

Accessories socket 1

You can use the 

1

 socket. It is provided  

for connecting accessories approved  

by our Technical Department.

ACCESSORIES SOCKET

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.

1

1

headrest

rear ......................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

headrest.....................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

adjusting your driving position ...................

(up to the end of the DU)

rear seats...................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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Appuis-tête arrière (HJB - Renault)

 

When the headrest is set at the 

lowest position, this is for storage 

only

. It should not be in this position 

when a seat is occupied.

Rear headrests

The headrest is a safety  

component; check that it is  

fitted and in the correct po- 

sition.

Position for use

Lift the headrest fully until it locks.
Check that the bonnet is correctly  

locked.

To remove the headrest

Raise the headrest as far as it will go,  

then press button 

1

 and remove the  

headrest.

REAR HEAD RESTS

1

2

To refit the headrest

Enter the rods in their housing and  

push down the headrest until it locks to  

use it in the high position.
Check that the bonnet is correctly  

locked.

Folding positions 2 for the  

headrest

Press the button 

1

 and lower the head- 

rest completely.

rear bench seat..........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

rear seats

functions ..............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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Banquette arrière : fonctionnalités (HJB - Renault)

 

To fold down the seatback

Ensure that the front seats are far 

enough forward.
Before folding down a seatback:
–  lower the headrest fully;
–  place the seat belt in the belt guide 

A

  

and buckle the seat belt. This pre- 

vents the seat belt from locking when  

the seatback is lifted up again.

Rear bench seat: functions

Before moving the seatback, put  

the seat belt in belt guide 

A

 to avoid  

damaging it.

REAR BENCH SEAT: functions 

(1/2)

B

A

1

Pull the vane 

1

 and lower the seat- 

back 

B

.

Note:

 for safety reasons, the seat- 

back 

B

 is equipped with a retaining  

system. You may experience resist- 

ance when handling.

To replace the seatback,

 proceed in 

the reverse order to removal.
Raise the seatback again until it reaches  

the locking joint of the seatback.
Be careful not to jam the safety strap  

between the backrest and the parcel  

shelf.
Check the operation of the seat belt.

When refitting the seat- 

back

, make sure it is cor- 

rectly locked in place.

If seat covers are fitted

,  

make sure these do not prevent the  

seatback latch from locking in.
Make sure that the seat belts are  

positioned correctly.
Reposition the headrests.

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Banquette arrière : fonctionnalités (HJB - Renault)

 

REAR BENCH SEAT: functions 

(2/2)

To move forwards or 

backwards

Lift the lever 

2

 from the rear seats to  

unlock the bench seat.
Move the seat forwards or back to the 

required position.
Release the lever 

2

 and ensure that the  

bench seat is properly locked.

2

For safety reasons, carry 

out any adjustments when 

the vehicle is not being 

driven.

When moving the rear 

seats, ensure that nothing 

obstructs the anchorage 

points (passenger’s arm or 

leg, a pet, gravel, cloth, toys, etc.).

tailgate .......................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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Coffre à bagages (HJB - Renault)

 

Luggage compartment

The attaching of any carry- 

ing device (bike rack, lug- 

gage box etc.) resting on  

the luggage compartment  

lid is prohibited. To install a carrying  

device on your vehicle, contact an  

Approved Dealer.

Opening the doors manually 

from the inside

If it is impossible to unlock the tailgate, 

it can be done manually from inside:
–  access the luggage compartment by 

tilting the rear bench seatback(s),

–  insert a pencil or similar object in 

recess 

3

 and slide the unit as shown 

in the illustration;

–  push the tailgate to open it.

BOOT

To open

Press the 

1

 button to open the luggage  

compartment lid a few centimetres.
Lift the luggage compartment lid.

To close

Lower the tailgate using the handles 

2

  

inside the tailgate to help you.

3

1

2

rear parcel shelf .........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

rear parcel shelf .........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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ENG_UD56649_1

Tablette arrière (HJB - Renault)

 

Rear parcel shelf

Do not place any heavy or  

hard object on the parcel  

shelf. These may pose a  

risk to the vehicle occu- 

pants if the driver has to brake sud- 

denly or if the vehicle is involved in  

an accident.

REAR PARCEL SHELF

1

Removal

–  Unhook the two straps 

1

 of the door  

of the boot;

–  lift the shelf 

2

 to unclip it (move- 

ment 

A

);

–  pull the shelf towards you.
To refit, proceed in the reverse order to 

removal.

2

2

A

tailgate .......................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

mobile floor ................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

3.39

ENG_UD80463_6

Aménagements coffre à bagages (HJB - Renault)

 

Mobile floor 1

Flat position

Enables you to flatten the floor by fold- 

ing down the back of the rear bench  

seat and to compartmentalise the boot  

into two distinct spaces.
The mobile floor is positioned on the  

runner 

2

.

Intermediate position

In the blocked position, it allows you to  

access the tools stored under the boot  

carpet.
– Remove the mobile floor 

1

;

–  position it in the luggage compart- 

ment, using the 

2

 runners provided.

Luggage compartment storage

BOOT ARRANGEMENTS

Maximum weight for the mobile 

floor: 100 kg evenly distributed.

1

Storage position

(depending on the vehicle)
This allows for more space to store  

things in the boot.
– Remove the mobile floor 

1

;

–  move the rear seat forwards using the  

lever located beside the rear seats  

 3.35;

–  place the mobile floor 

in the luggage  

compartment, under the runner 

2

.

If necessary, remove the inflation kit 

3

  

before placing the false floor in the  

lower position.

1

2

1

3

towing rings ...............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

tailgate .......................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

transporting objects

in the luggage compartment ................

(up to the end of the DU)

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Transport d’objets dans le coffre (HJB - Renault)

 

Transporting objects in the luggage compartment

Always position the heav- 

iest items directly on the  

floor.
Use the lashing points 

1

 on  

the boot floor, if these are fitted to  

the vehicle.
The luggage should be loaded in  

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.

TRANSPORTING OBJECTS IN THE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT 

Always position the objects transported  

so that the largest surface is against:

–  the rear bench seatback, for normal  

loading (example 

A

);

–  the front seatbacks with the rear seat- 

backs folded down, as is the case for  

maximum loads (example 

B

).

Ensure that the objects being trans- 

ported are evenly distributed throughout  

the loading area.
If you have to place objects on the folded  

seatback, it is necessary that you lower  

the headrests before folding the seat- 

back so that it can be folded as flat as  

possible against the seat.

Note:

 in the absence of an emergency  

spare wheel or tyre inflation kit, do not  

load the bottom of the luggage compart- 

ment.

1

1

B

A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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