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energy

«ECO» mode .......................................

(current page)

«ECO» mode function ...............................

(current page)

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

(current page)

2.15

ENG_UD74755_3

ECO conduite (X10 - Renault)

 

ECO mode

ECO mode is a function which opti- 

mises vehicle range. It affects certain  

driving operations (acceleration, cruise  

control, deceleration, etc.).

Activating the function

Press the switch 

7

.

The 

8

 

ECO

 warning light comes on on  

the instrument panel.

Disabling the  function

Press the switch 

7

.

Warning light 

8

 

ECO

 goes out on the  

instrument panel.

Cruise control switches to standby  

each time ECO mode is activated or  

deactivated 

 2.57.

DRIVING ADVICE, ECO-DRIVING 

(3/3)

While driving, it is possible to exit the  

ECO mode temporarily in order to im- 

prove engine performance.
To do this, press the accelerator pedal  

firmly and fully. The warning light 

8

 

ECO

  

flashes on the instrument panel for the  

duration of the operation.
ECO mode is reactivated when you  

take pressure off the accelerator pedal.

With ECO mode on, the vehicle  

speed is limited to approximately 

62 mph (100 km/h).

7

8

vehicle range .............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

driving ........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

driving recommendations ..........................

(up to the end of the DU)

practical advice ..........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

energy consumption ..................................

(up to the end of the DU)

energy saving ............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

energy

saving ..................................................

(current page)

energy recovery .........................................

(current page)

electric vehicle

vehicle range .......................................

(up to the end of the DU)

electric vehicle

driving ..................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

2.16

ENG_UD67428_2

Conseils : économie d’énergie (X10 - Renault)

 

Vehicle range: advice

VEHICLE RANGE: recommendations 

(1/2)

– reducing the speed from approx-

imately 55.8 mph (90 km/h) to 

49.6 mph (80 km/h) allows you to 

save up to around 10% of fuel range.

A “sporty” driving style reduces your  

vehicle range: opt for a “lighter” driving  

style.

Advice:

–  drive at a constant speed;
–  keep an eye on the tools available  

to you to view the road conditions  

(charge meter, current consumption,  

journey record, etc.) 

 2.13 ;

–  adapt your driving style to avoid ex- 

cessive energy consumption;

– favour power recovery: anticipate 

traffic changes by lifting your foot off 

the accelerator pedal or by braking 

gradually.

Road type

Do not try to maintain the same speed  

up a hill, accelerate no more than you  

would on the level. Keep your foot in  

the same position on the accelerator  

pedal.

In real usage, the range of an electric 

vehicle may vary depending on several 

factors over which you have partial con-

trol, which may make a considerable 

difference to the vehicle range. These 

factors are:

–  speed and driving style;

–  type of road;

–  heating level;

– tyres;

–  use of electrical accessories;

–  vehicle loading.

Furthermore, activating ECO mode en- 

ables the vehicle to automatically take  

charge of all energy consumers (engine  

power etc.) to reduce their consumption  

to the fullest possible extent 

 2.13.

Speed and driving style

Driving at high speed will significantly  

reduce your vehicle’s range. Examples  

(at a steady speed):
– reducing the speed from approx-

imately 80.6 mph (130 km/h) to 

68.2 mph (110 km/h) allows you to 

save up to around 20% of fuel range;

heating, air conditioning: programming .....

(current page)

2.17

ENG_UD67428_2

Conseils : économie d’énergie (X10 - Renault)

 

VEHICLE RANGE: recommendations 

(2/2)

Tyres

An under-inflated tyre increases energy  

consumption. Comply with the speci- 

fied tyre pressures for your vehicle.

When driving, use tyres made by the  

same manufacturer, with the same di- 

mensions, type and structure as the  

original tyres. The use of non-regula- 

tion tyres significantly reduces vehicle  

range 

 4.9.

Vehicle loading

Avoid pointlessly overloading your ve- 

hicle.

Heating levels

The use of heating or air-conditioning  

reduces vehicle range.

To maintain your vehicle range, you are  

recommended to select “programming”  

mode before using the vehicle 

 3.11.

driving ........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

tyres ...........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

tyre pressure..............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

tyre pressure monitor.................................

(up to the end of the DU)

2.18

ENG_UD71213_2

Système de surveillance de pression des pneumatiques (X10 - Renault)

 

Tyre pressure monitoring system

TYRE PRESSURE MONITOR 

(1/5)

If the vehicle is equipped with the func-

tion, this system monitors the tyre pres-

sure.

Operating principle

Each wheel (except for the emergency  

spare wheel) has a sensor in the infla- 

tion valve which periodically measures  

the tyre pressure.

The system displays the current pres- 

sures on the instrument panel 

1

 and  

alerts the driver in the event of insuffi- 

cient pressure.

Resetting the standard level  

for the tyre pressures

This should be done:

– when the standard tyre pressure  

needs to be changed to adapt to  

usage conditions (empty, carrying a  

load, motorway driving, etc.);

–  after swapping a wheel (however  

this practice is not recommended);

–  after changing a wheel.
It should always be done after checking  

the tyre pressure of all four tyres when  

cold.
Tyre pressures must correspond to the  

current usage of the vehicle (empty,  

carrying a load, motorway driving, etc.).

Resetting procedure

Ignition on, 

vehicle stopped:

–  Repeatedly tap switch 

5

 as many  

times as necessary to reach the ve- 

hicle tab;

–  tap switch 

2

 or switch 

3

 to access  

the tyre pressures reset page. The  

message “SET tyre pressure (press  

and hold)” appears on the instrument  

panel;

–  press and hold the 

4

 OK switch to  

launch the reset. The flashing tyres  

symbol followed by the message  

“Learning Tyre Pressures” indicates  

that the reset request for the tyre  

pressure has been acknowledged.

Reset can take several minutes of driv- 

ing.

Note:

 the standard tyre pressure 

 

cannot be less than that recommended  

and indicated on the door frame.

1

5

2

3

4

Resetting can also be performed  

from the multimedia screen. Select  

“Vehicle”, “Tyre pressure”.

2.19

ENG_UD71213_2

Système de surveillance de pression des pneumatiques (X10 - Renault)

 

TYRE PRESSURE MONITOR 

(2/5)

Steps

Displays

(depending on  

the vehicle)

Messages

Readings

1

Tyre pressure init. long press

With the ignition on and the vehicle stationary, start the  

resetting the pressure of all four tyres by pressing and  

holding the 

4

 OK switch.

2

Learning Tyre Pressures

The “---” quote marks in front of each wheel will flash to  

indicate that the system has registered the tyre pressure  

reset for all four wheels.

3

Tyre detection in progress

The “---” quote marks in front of each wheel will remain  

lit. This system resets the tyre pressure of all four tyres.  

You can now drive. The message may remain displayed  

during short journeys.

Note:

 during the reset, tyre pressure monitoring remains  

in operation.

4

The pressure value of the four tyres is displayed: the re- 

setting procedure is complete and successful.

The table below shows the possible messages related to the tyre resetting procedure.

2.20

ENG_UD71213_2

Système de surveillance de pression des pneumatiques (X10 - Renault)

 

TYRE PRESSURE MONITOR 

(3/5)

Display

 

The display 

A

 and the warning light 

6

  

 on the instrument panel warn  

you of any tyre pressure faults (flat tyre,  

punctured tyre, system fault, etc.).

“Puncture”

A red wheel appears accompanied by  
a fixed 

6

 

 warning light and the  

message “Puncture” as well as a sound  

signal.

This message appears along with  the  

®

 warning light.

They indicate that the affected wheel  

is punctured or severely underinflated.  

Replace it or contact an approved  

dealer if it is punctured. Top up the tyre  

pressure if the wheel is deflated.

“Check tyre pressure sensors”

The wheel disappears and the warning  
light 

6

 

 flashes for several sec- 

onds before staying on and the mes- 

sage “Check Tyre Pressure Sensors”  

appears. 
This message appears along with the  

©

 warning light. They indicate  

that at least one wheel is not fitted  

with sensors (e.g. emergency spare  

wheel). Otherwise, consult an author- 

ised dealer.

“Adjust tyre pressure”

A yellow wheel appears accompanied  
by a fixed 

6

 

 warning light and the  

message “Adjust Tyre Pressure”.

They indicate that a wheel is deflated.

Check and, if necessary, readjust the  

pressures of the four wheels when cold.
The warning light 

6

 

 goes off after  

a few minutes’ driving.

For your safety, the warning  

light 

® 

 requires you  

to stop immediately as soon  

as traffic conditions allow.

The sudden loss of pressure in a  

tyre (burst tyre, etc.) cannot be de- 

tected by the system.

6

A

2.21

ENG_UD71213_2

Système de surveillance de pression des pneumatiques (X10 - Renault)

 

Tyre repair product and  

inflation kit

As the valves are specifically designed,  

only use equipment approved by the  

approved network. 

 5.3.

Replacing wheels/tyres

This system requires specific equip- 

ment (wheels, tyres, hubcaps, etc.).  

 5.6.

Contact an approved Dealer to fit new  

tyres and to find out about available ac- 

cessories compatible with the system  

and available from your dealer net- 

work: the use of any other accessory  

could affect the correct operation of the  

system or damage a sensor.

Emergency spare wheel

If the vehicle is equipped with an emer- 

gency spare wheel, it will not have a  

sensor. If the vehicle is fitted with one,  
the warning light 

6

 

 flashes for  

several seconds then comes on con- 

tinuously along with the 

©

 warn- 

ing light, and the message “Check Tyre  

Pressure Sensors” appears on the in- 

strument panel.

TYRE PRESSURE MONITOR 

(4/5)

“Tyre location failure”

The message “Failure to detect tyres”  

appears during driving if one or more  

wheels have been fitted with sensors  

not recognised by the network.
Consult an approved dealer

Readjustment of tyre  

pressures

The pressures must be adjusted  

when the tyres are cold

 

 4.9. If  

the tyre pressures cannot be checked  

when the tyres are cold, the recom- 

mended pressures should be increased  

by 0.2 to 0.3 bar (3 PSI).

Never deflate a hot tyre.

This function is an addi- 

tional driving aid.

However, the function is  

not intended to replace the  

driver. It cannot, therefore, under  

any circumstances replace the vig- 

ilance or the responsibility of the  

driver. Check the tyre pressures, in- 

cluding the emergency spare wheel,  

once a month.

2.22

ENG_UD71213_2

Système de surveillance de pression des pneumatiques (X10 - Renault)

 

TYRE PRESSURE MONITOR 

(5/5)

Indicator  

lights

Messages

Displays

Readings

Adjust Tyre Pressure

The wheel and associated pressure value are dis- 

played in yellow.

This indicates that tyre under-inflation has been de- 

tected. Check and adjust the pressure of the four  

tyres then reset the system.

 + 

®

Puncture

The wheel and associated pressure value are dis- 

played in red.

This indicates that the tyre concerned is punctured  

or severely underinflated. Adjust the pressure of the  

four tyres while cold and reset the system if the tyre  

is deflated. Replace the tyre (or have it replaced) if  

it is punctured.

 + 

©

Check Tyre Pressure Sensors

A wheel is no longer displayed.

This indicates that at least one wheel is not fitted with  

a sensor (e.g. emergency spare wheel) or that the  

sensor is faulty. Consult an approved dealer.

Failure to detect tyres

This indicates that the system has not been able to  

determine the pressure of each tyre. This may be  

caused by the use of a sensor not recommended by  

an approved dealer. The tyre pressure sensor moni- 

toring system remains in operation.

The information on the instrument panel signals any potential tyre pressure faults (e.g. deflated or punctured tyre).

 For  

your safety, the warning light 

® 

 requires you to stop immediately as soon as traffic conditions allow.

driving aids ................................................

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driver assistance........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

driving ........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

pedestrian detection ..................................

(up to the end of the DU)

vehicle detection ........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

emergency active braking..........................

(up to the end of the DU)

emergency braking ....................................

(up to the end of the DU)

2.23

ENG_UD80657_4

Freinage actif d’urgence (X10 - Renault)

 

Depending on the reactivity of the  

driver, the system can assist with brak- 

ing in order to limit damage or prevent  

a collision.

Note:

 ensure that the windscreen and  

front bumper are not obstructed (by  

dirt, mud, snow, condensation, number  

plate, etc.).

Active emergency braking

The system uses information from the  

radar 

2

 and the camera 

1

 to determine  

the distance from your vehicle:

– 

from the vehicle ahead in the same  

lane;

or

– 

surrounding pedestrians and cy- 

clists.

The system informs the driver if there  

is a risk of head-on collision to enable  

appropriate emergency manoeuvres  

(pressing the brake pedal and/or turn- 

ing the steering wheel).

1

This function is an addi- 

tional driving aid. This func- 

tion is not under any circum- 

stances intended to replace  

the due care and attention of the  

driver, who should at all times be  

in control of the vehicle.

This system can apply maximum  

braking to the vehicle

 until it is  

completely stationary if necessary.
For safety reasons, always wear  

your seat belt when travelling in  

your vehicle and make sure that it  

is loaded so that no items can be  

thrown forward and hit the occu- 

pants.

2

ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING 

(1/7)

2.24

ENG_UD80657_4

Freinage actif d’urgence (X10 - Renault)

 

ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING 

(2/7)

Operation

Detection of vehicles

When driving, in the event of a risk of  

collision with the vehicle in front the  

system will:

–  warn of the risk of collision:

 when  

the vehicle speed is between 4 mph  

(7 km/h) and 106 mph (170 km/h),  

the message “Brake” is displayed  

in red on the instrument panel 

3

 ac- 

companied by an audible warning.
If the driver depresses the brake  

pedal and the system still detects a  

risk of collision, the brake force is in- 

creased.

– braking may be triggered:

 when  

the vehicle is moving slower than ap- 

proximately 75 mph (120 km/h), if the  

driver does not respond to the warn- 

ing and a collision becomes immi- 

nent.

In the event of emergency manoeu- 

vre, you can stop braking at any  

moment by:

–  tapping the accelerator pedal;

or

– turning the steering wheel as a  

collision avoidance manoeuvre.

Special features of warnings

Depending on the speed, the warning  

and braking may be activated simulta- 

neously.

Special features of stationary  

vehicles

Stationary vehicles are detected when  

your vehicle is being driven at a speed  

between approximately 4 mph (7 km/h)  

and 50 mph (80 km/h). The system is  

not active and does not emit a warning  

for stationary vehicles when you exceed  

approximately 50 mph (80 km/h).

If the vehicle stopped as a result of  

active emergency braking, the driver  

must keep the vehicle stationary by ap- 

plying the brake pedal.

Note:

 if the driver uses the vehicle con- 

trols (steering wheel, pedals, etc.) the  

system may delay certain operations or  

not activate.

3

2.25

ENG_UD80657_4

Freinage actif d’urgence (X10 - Renault)

 

Detection of pedestrians and  

cyclists

(depending on the vehicle)
When driving at a speed between 

approximately 4 mph (7 km/h) and 

50 mph (80 km/h), if there is a risk of 

collision with a pedestrian or a cyclist, 

the system:

–  warns you of a collision risk:

 

  the “Brake” message is displayed in  

red on the instrument panel 

3

, ac- 

companied by a sound signal.
If the driver presses the brake pedal  

and the system still detects a risk  

of collision, the braking force is in- 

creased if it is not sufficient to pre- 

vent the collision.

–  may trigger braking:

  if the driver fails to react following  

the alert and collision becomes im- 

minent.

ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING 

(3/7)

If active emergency braking has caused  

the vehicle to stop, the vehicle is kept  

stationary for a short time. Beyond this  

time limit, the vehicle must be held sta- 

tionary by the driver keeping their foot  

on the brake pedal.

Note:

 if the driver uses the vehicle con- 

trols (steering wheel, pedals, etc.) the  

system may delay certain operations or  

not activate.

Special features of warnings

Depending on the speed, the warning  

and braking may be activated simulta- 

neously.

In the event of emergency manoeu- 

vre, you can stop braking at any  

moment by:

–  tapping the accelerator pedal;

or

– turning the steering wheel as a  

collision avoidance manoeuvre.

3

multifunction screen...................................

(current page)

2.26

ENG_UD80657_4

Freinage actif d’urgence (X10 - Renault)

 

ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING 

(4/7)

Activating or deactivating the  

system

For vehicles fitted with a multimedia  

screen

With the vehicle stopped and the engine  

running, from the multimedia screen 

4

,  

select “Settings” menu, “Vehicle” tab,  

“Driving assistance” menu, “Active  

braking” then select “ON” or “OFF”.
Upon deactivation of the system, the  

 warning light illuminates or, de- 

pending on the vehicle, the 

  

warning light illuminates on the instru- 

ment panel.

4

This system is reactivated each time  

the ignition is switched on.

Operating faults

If the function detects an operating  
fault, the 

©

 and 

 warning  

lights or, depending on the vehicle, the  

 warning light illuminate(s) on  

the instrument panel accompanied by  

the message “Front camera to check”  

or “Front radar to check” or “Check  

Camera/Radar”.
Consult an approved dealer.

Temporarily not available

If the system detects a temporary  
fault the 

 warning light illumi- 

nates, or depending on the vehicle the  

warning light illuminates on the  

instrument panel.
The possible causes are:
– the system is temporarily blinded  

(glare from the sun, dipped beam  

headlights, bad weather conditions  

etc.). The system will be operational  

again when visibility conditions are  

better;

–  the system is temporarily interrupted  

(e.g. the windscreen, front or rear  

bumper or logo is obscured by dirt,  

mud, snow, condensation, etc.) In  

this case, park the vehicle and switch  

off the engine. Clean the windscreen,  

the front bumper or the logo. When  

you next start the engine, the warn- 

ing light and the message go out.

If this is not the case, this may arise from  

another cause; contact an Approved  

Dealer.

2.27

ENG_UD80657_4

Freinage actif d’urgence (X10 - Renault)

 

ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING 

(5/7)

Active emergency braking

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. The triggering of this function may be  

delayed or prevented when the system detects clear signs of control of the vehicle by the driver (action on the steer- 

ing wheel, pedals etc.).
The system cannot be activated:

–  when the gear lever is in neutral position or the clutch pedal has been depressed for ten seconds;

–  when the parking brake is activated;

–  when the Electronic Stability Program (ESC) has started.

System servicing/repairs

–  In the event of an impact, the radar and/or camera may become misaligned and their service may be affected. Deactivate  

the function and contact an Approved Dealer.

–  Any work in the area where the radar and/or camera is located (repairs, replacements, windscreen modifications, etc.) must  

be carried out by a qualified professional.

Only an authorised dealer is qualified to service the system.

2.28

ENG_UD80657_4

Freinage actif d’urgence (X10 - Renault)

 

ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING 

(6/7)

System disturbance

Some conditions can disturb or damage the operation of the system, such as:

– a complex environment (metal bridge, tunnel etc.);

– poor weather conditions (snow, hail, black ice etc.);

–  poor visibility (night, fog etc.);

–  poor contrast between the object (vehicle, pedestrian etc.) and the surrounding area (e.g. pedestrian dressed in white lo- 

cated in a snowy area etc.);

–  being dazzled (glaring sun, lights of vehicles travelling in the opposite direction etc.);

–  windscreen obscured (by dirt, ice, snow, condensation etc.);

– ...
In these conditions, the system may not react, may warn the driver or may brake inadvertently.

Limitation of the system operation

–  Each time the vehicle is started, the system carries out a calibration according to the vehicle surroundings and may be inac- 

tive for a length of time between approximately two and five minutes;

–  A vehicle travelling in the opposite direction will not trigger any alert or affect operation of the system;

–  The radar and camera zones must be kept clean and free of any tampering in order to ensure the proper operation of the  

system;

–  The system may not respond to small vehicles such as motorbikes as effectively as to other vehicles;

–  The system may not operate optimally when the road surface is slippery (rain, snow, black ice etc.);

–  To ensure correct operation, the system needs to distinguish the complete outline of the pedestrian. So the system cannot  

detect:

  –  pedestrians in the darkness or in poor lighting conditions;

  –  partially visible pedestrians:

  –  pedestrians less than approximately 80 cm tall;

  –  pedestrians carrying large objects;

  – ...
In these conditions, the system may not react, may warn the driver or may brake inadvertently.

2.29

ENG_UD80657_4

Freinage actif d’urgence (X10 - Renault)

 

ACTIVE EMERGENCY BRAKING 

(7/7)

Deactivating the function

You must disable the function if:
– the camera area has been damaged (e.g. on the inside or outside of the windscreen);

–  the front of the vehicle was damaged (impact, distortion, scratch on the radar etc.);
–  the vehicle is being towed (breakdowns);
–  the windscreen is cracked or distorted (do not carry out windscreen repairs in this area; have it changed by an approved  

dealer);

–  you are not driving on a paved road.
In the event of the system behaving abnormally, deactivate it and consult an authorised dealer.

Halting the function

You can halt the active braking function at any time by tapping the accelerator pedal or by turning the steering wheel in a col- 

lision avoidance manoeuvre.

ABS ...........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

traction control ...........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

emergency brake assist.............................

(up to the end of the DU)

driving ........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

electronic stability control: ESC .................

(up to the end of the DU)

ESC: electronic stability control .................

(up to the end of the DU)

emergency braking ....................................

(up to the end of the DU)

anti-lock braking system: ABS ...................

(up to the end of the DU)

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Dispositifs de correction et d’assistance à la conduite (X10 - Renault)

 

ABS (anti-lock braking 

system)

Under heavy braking, the ABS prevents  

the wheels from locking, allowing the  

stopping distance to be managed and  

keeping control of the vehicle.

Under these circumstances, the vehi- 

cle can be steered to avoid an obstacle  

whilst braking. In addition, this system  

can increase stopping distances, par- 

ticularly on roads with low surface grip  

(wet ground etc.).

You will feel a pulsation through the  

brake pedal each time the system is  

activated. The ABS does not in any way  

improve the vehicle’s physical perform- 

ance relating to the road surface and  

roadholding. It is still 

essential

 to follow  

the rules of good driving practice (such  

as driving at a safe distance from the  

vehicle in front etc.).

Driver correction devices and aids

Depending on the vehicle, they com- 

prise:

– the  ABS

 

(anti-lock braking 

system);

–  the electronic stability program

  

ESC

 

with understeer control and  

traction control;

– emergency braking assistance  

with (depending on the vehicle)  

braking anticipation;

–  hill start assist;
–  regenerative braking system.

Other driving assistance systems are  

detailed on the following pages.

In an emergency, apply 

firm and 

continuous pressure 

to the brake 

pedal. There is no need to pump 

it repeatedly. The ABS will modu- 

late the force applied in the braking 

system.

These functions are an ad- 

ditional aid in the event of  

critical driving conditions,  

enabling the vehicle behav- 

iour to be adapted to suit the driving  

conditions.
However, the functions do not take  

the place of the driver. 

They do  

not increase the vehicle’s limits  

and should not encourage you  

to drive more quickly.

 Therefore,  

they can under no circumstances  

replace the vigilance or responsibil- 

ity of the driver when manoeuvring  

the vehicle (the driver must always  

be ready for sudden incidents which  

may occur when driving).

DRIVER CORRECTION DEVICES, AIDS 

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