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this prevents effort on the motor and
REPLACING THE REAR
overheating;
WINDOW WIPER BLADE
do not operate the windscreen and
Proceed as follows:
rear window wipers on dry glass.
raise the cover (A) fig. 250 and
252) 253)
remove the arm from the car, undoing
the nut (B) that fixes it to the pivot pin;
RAISING THE
correctly position the new arm and
WINDSCREEN WIPER
tighten the nut fully;
BLADES
lower the cover.
Lift the windscreen wiper arm and
251
F0S1333
position the blade so that it forms a 90°
angle with the arm.
The jets should be directed at about
REPLACING WIPER
1/3 of the height from the top edge of
BLADES
the windscreen fig. 251.
Proceed as follows:
lift up the windscreen wiper arm (A)
WARNING In versions with a sunroof,
fig. 249 and position the blade so that it
make sure that the sunroof is closed
forms a 90° angle with the arm;
before operating the front jets.
press the button (A) and extract from
250
F0S1273
the arm (B) the blade (C);
REAR WINDOW WASHER
insert the new blade making sure it is
WINDSCREEN WASHER
NOZZLE
locked into place.
NOZZLES
The rear window washer jets are fixed.
If there is no jet of fluid, firstly check
The nozzle holder is located above the
that there is fluid in the reservoir (see
rear window fig. 252.
the "Checking levels" chapter in this
section).
Then check that the nozzle holes are
not clogged; use a needle to unblock
them if necessary.
The screen washer jets can be oriented
by adjusting the nozzle angles.
249
F0S1272
242
RAISING THE CAR
A
B
C
90)
If the car needs to be lifted, go to a
Fiat Dealership which is equipped with
workshop lifts and jack arms.
IMPORTANT
252
F0S1334
253
F0S1279
90) For versions equipped with side-skirts,
pay particular attention when positioning
A normal pressure: tread evenly worn.
the lift arms at the workshop.
WARNING
B low pressure: tread particularly worn
at the edges.
WHEELS AND TYRES
C high pressure: tread particularly
252) Driving with worn windscreen/rear
window wiper blades is a serious risk,
worn in the centre. The tyres must be
254) 255) 256) 257)
because visibility is reduced in bad
replaced when the tread is less than
weather.
Check the pressure of each tyre
1.6 mm thick. In any case, follow the
253) If the window needs to be cleaned,
approximately every two weeks and
laws in force in the country where you
make sure the device is turned off or the
before long journeys. The pressure
ignition device is in the STOP position.
are driving.
should be checked with the tyre rested
IMPORTANT NOTES
and cold.
As far as possible, avoid sharp
It is normal for the pressure to increase
braking, screech starts and violent
when the car is used; for the correct
shocks against pavements, potholes or
tyre inflation pressure, see the
other hard obstacles.
"Wheels" chapter in the "Technical
Driving for long stretches over uneven
specifications" section.
roads can damage the tyres;
Incorrect pressure causes abnormal
periodically check that the tyres have
tyre wear fig. 253:
no cuts in the side wall, abnormal
swelling or irregular tyre tread wear. Go
to a Fiat Dealership if required;
avoid overloading the car when
travelling: this may cause serious
damage to the wheels and tyres;
243
if a tyre is punctured, stop
not use compact plastic sheets which
256) Do not switch tyres from the
immediately to avoid damage to the
right­hand side of the car to the left­hand
do not allow humidity to evaporate
tyre, the rim, suspension and steering
side, and vice versa.
from the surface of the car;
system;
257) Do not repaint alloy wheel rims at
disable the alarm system of the car
temperatures higher than 150°C. The
tyres age even if they are not used
(where provided);
mechanical features of the wheels could
much. Cracks in the tread and on
inflate tyres to +0.5 bar above the
be compromised.
the sidewalls are a sign of ageing. In
standard specified pressure and check
any event, have the tyres checked by
it at intervals;
specialised personnel if they have been
CAR INACTIVITY
do not drain the cooling system;
fitted for longer than 6 years;
any time the car is left inactive for
If the car is to be left inactive for longer
in the case of replacement, always fit
two weeks or more, operate the
than a month, observe the following
new tyres, avoiding those of unknown
climate control system for at least
precautions:
origin;
5 minutes, setting external air and
park the car in covered, dry and if
if a tyre is changed, also change the
with fan set to maximum speed. This
possible well-ventilated premises and
inflation valve;
operation will ensure appropriate
slightly open the windows;
to allow even wear between the front
lubrication for the system, thus
check that the parking brake is not
and rear tyres, it is advisable to change
minimising the possibility of damage to
engaged and put the transmission in
them over every 10-15 thousand
the compressor when the system is
position P;
kilometres, keeping them on the same
operated again;
check the state of charge of the 12V
side of the car to avoid inverting the
take the high-voltage battery to a
battery every 30 days;
direction of rotation;
charge level close to 100%.
clean and protect the painted parts
avoid travelling with partially or
The amount of charge of the high-
using protective wax;
completely deflated tyres as this can
voltage battery may gradually decrease
clean and protect the shiny metal
compromise safety and damage the
when the car is not used. Therefore,
parts using special compounds
tyres beyond repair.
avoid long stays with a charge state
available commercially;
close to zero. If possible, monitor the
sprinkle talcum powder on the
state of charge and prevent it from
windscreen and rear window wiper
WARNING
reaching excessively low levels. Follow
rubber blades and lift them off the
these warnings even for longer stays of
glass;
254) Remember that the road holding
less than a month (a few weeks).
cover the car with a fabric or
qualities of your car also depend on
perforated plastic sheet, paying
correct tyre pressures.
particular care not to damage the
255) If tyre pressure is too low, the tyre
may overheat and be severely damaged as
painted surface by dragging any dust
a result.
that may have accumulated on it. Do
244
BODYWORK
use of “open” boxed sections to
if high pressure jets or cleaners are
prevent condensation and pockets
used to wash the car, keep a distance
PROTECTION AGAINST
of moisture which could favour the
of at least 40 cm from the bodywork to
ATMOSPHERIC AGENTS
formation of rust inside.
avoid damage or alteration. It should be
The main causes of corrosion are the
remembered that the build up of water
BODY AND UNDERBODY
following:
can damage the car over a period of
WARRANTY
atmospheric pollution
time;
Your car is covered by warranty against
salty air and humidity (coastal areas,
wash the bodywork using a low
perforation due to rust of any original
or hot humid climates);
pressure jet of water;
element of the structure or bodywork.
seasonal environmental conditions.
wipe a sponge with a slightly soapy
The abrasive action of wind-borne
For the general terms of this warranty,
solution over the bodywork, frequently
refer to the Warranty Booklet.
atmospheric dust and sand, as well as
rinsing the sponge;
mud and gravel raised by other cars is
PRESERVING THE
rinse well with water and dry with a
also not to be underestimated.
BODYWORK
jet of air or a chamois leather.
On your car, Fiat has adopted the
Paintwork
Dry the less visible parts with special
best manufacturing technologies
91)
care, such as the door frames, bonnet
to effectively protect the bodywork
and the headlight frames, where water
Paintwork does not only serve an
against corrosion.
may stagnate more easily. The car
aesthetic purpose, but also protects
These include:
should not be taken to a closed area
the underlying sheet metal.
painting products and systems which
immediately, but left outside so that
You are advised to touch up abrasions
give the car particular resistance to
residual water can evaporate.
and scratches immediately to prevent
corrosion and abrasion;
Do not wash the car after it has been
rust formation. Use only original
use of galvanised (or pretreated)
left in the sun or with the bonnet
paint products for touch-ups (see
sheet metal, with high resistance to
hot: this may alter the shine of the
“Bodywork paint identification plate” in
corrosion;
paintwork. Exterior plastic parts must
the “Technical Specifications” section).
spraying of underbody, motor
be cleaned in the same way as the rest
Normal care for paintwork consists of
compartment, wheel arch interiors and
of the car.
washing the car; how often depends
other parts with highly protective wax
Where possible, do not park the car
on the conditions and environment
products;
under trees; the resinous substances
where the car is used. For example, in
spraying of plastic parts, with a
that many species release give the
highly polluted areas, or if the roads are
protective function in the more exposed
paint a dull appearance and increase
spread with salt, it is advisable to wash
points: underdoor, inner wing, edges,
the possibility of triggering rusting
the car more frequently.
etc.;
processes.
To correctly wash the car, proceed as
follows:
245
WARNING Bird droppings must be
pressurised or high-temperature jets of
wash the car after it has been parked in
washed off immediately and thoroughly
water when washing them.
the sun.
as the acid they contain is particularly
94)
Exterior plastic parts must be cleaned
aggressive.
in the same way as the rest of the car.
Versions with stickers or wrapping
Where possible, do not park the car
To correctly clean and wash the car,
under trees; the resinous substances
8)
proceed as follows:
that many species release give the
Automatic car washes - Tips
avoid washing with rollers and/or
paint a dull appearance and increase
92) 93)
brushes in washing stations. Then,
the possibility of triggering rusting
wash the car, only by hand, using pH-
processes.
Before entering a car wash
neutral detergents; dry it with a wet
Adopt the following procedure to
chamois leather. Abrasive products
WARNING In case of water stains
ensure the handling of the vehicle
and/or polishes should not be used for
(rings) on the wrapping, remove it,
inside the car wash:
cleaning the car.
washing again and drying it with a
open the driver's door and leave it
If high pressure jets or cleaners are
non-abrasive soft cloth.
open;
used to wash the car, keep a distance
take the ignition device to the
of at least 40 cm from the bodywork to
ENGINE position;
WARNINGS
avoid damage or alteration. It should be
press the brake pedal;
remembered that a build up of water
Bird droppings must be washed off
take the one-speed transmission to
immediately and thoroughly as the acid
could cause damage, in the long term,
N;
to the car.
they contain is particularly aggressive.
release the electric parking brake;
Wet the bodywork with a low-
Avoid (if at all possible) parking the
release the brake pedal;
pressure water jet.
car under trees; remove vegetable
leave the ignition device in the
resins immediately as, when dried, it
Wipe a sponge with a slightly soapy
ENGINE position, exit the car and close
solution over the bodywork, frequently
may only be possible to remove them
the driver's door.
rinsing the sponge.
with abrasive products and/or polishes,
258)
Rinse well with water and dry with
which is highly inadvisable as they
could alter the paint, the stickers or the
a jet of air or a chamois leather. Dry
Versions with matt paintwork
the less visible parts with special care,
wrapping.
These versions have exclusive matt
such as the door frames, bonnet and
Do not use pure windscreen washer
paintwork which requires special care
the headlight frames, where water
fluid for cleaning the windscreen and
for its preservation. Some versions
the rear window: dilute it to at least
may stagnate more easily. The car
are fitted with exclusive decorations
should not be taken to a closed area
50% with water.
on the door mirror covers; do not use
immediately, but left outside so that
residual water can evaporate. Do not
246
95) 96)
necessary, follow the instructions
WARNING
below:
Windows
washing is only allowed at low
To clean glasses, use specific cleaning
258) In this condition, the car is no longer
pressure;
products.
secured and could move without control
washing must take place with the
due to the slopes of the ground.
Use clean cloths to avoid scratching
engine cold and the ignition device in
the glass or altering the transparency.
the STOP position;
take care not to direct the water
IMPORTANT
WARNING Wipe the rear window
jet directly onto the electronic control
inside gently with a cloth following
units, connectors and orange cables,
91) Abrasive products and/or polishes
should not be used for cleaning the car.
the direction of the filaments to avoid
including the areas adjacent to them
Bird droppings must be washed off
damaging the heating device.
(high-voltage circuit) and venting valves;
immediately and thoroughly as the acid
Have this operation performed by a
they contain is particularly aggressive.
Headlights
specialised workshop.
Avoid parking the vehicle under trees
(unless it is absolutely necessary). Remove
Use a soft cloth soaked in water and
After washing, check that the various
any resinous plant matter immediately
detergent for washing cars.
protective components (e.g. rubber
because, once it has dried, it may require
guards and caps) have not been
the use of abrasive and/or polishing
removed or damaged.
products to be removed, which are
WARNING Never use aromatic
strongly discouraged as they could
substances (e.g. petrol) or ketones (e.g.
Underbody washing
potentially alter the characteristics
acetone) for cleaning the plastic lenses
If underbody washing is necessary, do
of the paintwork. Do not use pure
of the headlights.
not insist with the jet directly on the
windscreen washer fluid for cleaning
the front windscreen and rear window;
connectors and venting valve.
dilute it min. 50% with water. Only use
WARNING When cleaning the car
pure screen washer fluid when strictly
Washing with charging flap closed
with a pressure washer, keep the
necessary due to outside temperature
The electrical system is safe, even if the
water jet at least 20 cm away from the
conditions. Do not use chemicals/acids to
following situations occur:
defrost windows/vehicle glass as they can
headlights.
presence of water in the foot area;
damage the paint.
when the car is in water at a level
92) Never use high-pressure washing
CONTACT WITH WATER
systems. Drops of water may penetrate
that allows it to cross a ford;
Washing the engine compartment
in the case of high-pressure washing
liquids entering the boot.
systems and sprayers positioned near the
97)
98)
windows. Give preference to car washes
Washing the engine is not
that use fabric or soft brushes that do
recommended. If it is absolutely
not damage the paint of the bodywork.
Ensure that the rims and tyres are not
247
damaged by the transport mechanisms.
distance of 40 cm with water at room
INTERIOR
Depending on the width of car, fold the
temperature.
exterior mirrors to prevent damage.
96) Abrasive products and/or polishes
Regularly check that water is not
Deactivate the rain sensor (see the
should not be used for cleaning the car
trapped under the mats (due to water
"Automatic wiping-Inhibition" paragraph in
97) Do not use a high pressure jet cleaner
dripping off shoes, umbrellas, etc.), as
the "Windscreen washing" chapter, in the
to clean the motor compartment. The
this could cause oxidation of the sheet
"Knowing your car" section) to prevent
appropriate precautions have been taken
metal.
accidental activation of the windscreen
to protect all parts and connections, but
wiper. In some cases, the Side Distance
the pressures generated by these devices
259) 260)
Warning system and parking sensors may
are so high that complete protection
SEATS AND FABRIC
be accidentally activated during washing.
against water seepages cannot be
93) Avoid car washes with drive rails
guaranteed.
PARTS
higher than 10 cm (4 inches); otherwise,
98) If it is necessary to wash the car from
Use a specific product to clean carpets
the vehicle bodywork may be damaged.
the outside, take care not to insist directly
and fabric upholstery.
94) Avoid washing with rollers and/or
with the water jet onto the charging flap.
Remove dust with a soft brush or a
brushes in washing stations. Wash
vacuum cleaner. It is advisable to use a
the car only by hand using neutral pH
detergents; dry it with a wet chamois
IMPORTANT
moist brush on velvet upholstery.
leather. Abrasive products and/or polishes
Rub the seats using a soft microfibre
should not be used for cleaning the car.
8) Detergents pollute the water. Only wash
cloth moistened with a solution of
Bird droppings must be washed off
your vehicle in areas equipped to collect
water and neutral detergent.
immediately and thoroughly as the acid
and treat waste water from this type of
they contain is particularly aggressive.
activity.
PLASTIC AND COATED
Avoid (if at all possible) parking the car
PARTS
under trees; remove vegetable resins
immediately as, when dried, it may only be
It is advisable to clean interior plastic
possible to remove them with abrasive
parts with a moist cloth and a solution
products and/or polishes, which is highly
of water and non-abrasive mild soap.
inadvisable as they could alter the typical
Use specific products for cleaning
opacity of the paint. Do not use pure
plastic, without solvents and specifically
windscreen washer fluid for cleaning
the front windscreen and rear window;
designed to prevent damage to the
dilute it min. 50% with water. Only use
appearance and colour of the treated
pure screen washer fluid when strictly
parts, to remove grease and tough
necessary due to outside temperature
stains.
conditions. Do not use chemicals/acids to
defrost windows/vehicle glass as they can
damage the paint.
WARNING Never use alcohol, petrols
95) It is not advisable to wash with
and derivatives to clean the instrument
pressure washer or, in case of use, it is
panel lens.
necessary to maintain at least a minimum
248
LEATHER AND SOFT
TOUCH PARTS
(where provided)
To clean these components, use a
soft microfibre cloth moistened with a
solution of water and neutral detergent.
Before using a specific product for
cleaning interiors, make sure that
it does not contain alcohol and/or
alcohol-based substances or solvents.
WARNING
259) Never use flammable products, such
as petrol ether or rectified petrol to clean
the inside of the car. The electrostatic
charges which are generated by rubbing
during the cleaning operation may cause a
fire.
260) Do not keep aerosol cans in the
vehicle: they might explode. Aerosol cans
must not be exposed to a temperature
exceeding 50°C. When the vehicle
is exposed to sunlight, the internal
temperature can greatly exceed this value.
249
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Everything you may find useful for
IDENTIFICATION DATA
251
understanding how your car is made
MOTOR
253
and works is contained in this chapter
BATTERY
254
and illustrated with data, tables and
TRANSMISSION
255
graphics. For the enthusiasts and the
BRAKES
256
technician, but also just for those who
want to know every detail of their car.
SUSPENSION
257
STEERING
258
WHEELS
259
DIMENSIONS
265
WEIGHTS
266
REFUELLING
268
FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS
269
PERFORMANCE
271
PRESCRIPTIONS FOR
HANDLING THE CAR AT THE
END OF ITS LIFE
272
250
IDENTIFICATION
DATA
It is advisable to take note of the
A
B
identification codes. The following
C
identification codes are printed and
D
shown on the plates:
E
F
Vehicle identification number (VIN)
G
plate.
Chassis marking.
Bodywork paint identification plate
(where provided).
I
Motor marking.
H
L
VEHICLE
IDENTIFICATION
M
NUMBER (VIN) PLATE
(The label is shown divided into two
parts for reading purposes)
It is applied to the left front pillar
254
F0S1327
255
F0S1301
fig. 254.
It contains the following information
A Name of Manufacturer.
fig. 255:
B Vehicle type-approval number.
C Car identification number.
D Maximum authorised weight of car
fully laden.
E Maximum authorised weight of fully
laden car plus trailer (field not used).
F Maximum permitted weight on first
axle (front axle).
G Maximum permitted weight on
second axle (rear axle).
H Fiat colour code.
I Motor type.
251
L Type variant version.
It contains the following information
M Spare part number.
fig. 258:
BODYWORK PAINT
IDENTIFICATION PLATE
(where provided)
Depending on the version, the plate
may be applied to the external tailgate
pillar (left side) and contains the
following information fig. 256:
259
F0S1174
A Paint manufacturer.
B Colour name.
257
F0S1173
C Fiat colour code.
D Respray and touch up code.
258
F0S1351
256
F0S1335
car type;
Alternatively, depending on the version,
chassis serial number.
the Fiat Colour Code may be integrated
MOTOR MARKING
in the type-approval data summary
It is shown on the plate (fig. 255) and is
plate (H field fig. 255).
engraved on the motor body fig. 259.
CHASSIS MARKING
It is applied under the mat at the
passenger side front seat fig. 257
and visible through a dedicated flap.
252
MOTOR
GENERAL INFORMATION
High Range
Low Range
Motor code
46348460
Maximum power (CEE) (kW)
87
-
Maximum power (CEE) (HP)
117
-
corresponding revolutions per minute
4200
-
(rpm)
Maximum torque (CEE) (Nm)
220
Maximum torque (CEE) (kgm)
22.43
253
BATTERY
High Range
Low Range
Type
Lithium Ion (Li-ion)
Cooling / Heating
Fluid
Rated voltage
350 V
-
Battery operating temperature
-30 / 60°C (*)
(*) The temperature of 60°C is to be understood as the temperature that the battery can reach, it is not to be understood as the operating
temperature of the car.
254
TRANSMISSION
Versions
Transmission
Traction
One-speed transmission
All versions
Front
Reduction ratio: 1:9.56
255
BRAKES
Versions
Front service brakes
Rear service brakes
Parking brake
Drum, self-centring shoes with
All versions
Disc
Electric
control cylinder for each wheel
WARNING Water, ice and salt spread on the roads may deposit on the brake discs reducing braking efficiency the first time the
brakes are applied.
256
SUSPENSION
Versions
Front
Rear
MacPherson independent wheels with
Axle with torsion bridge; consisting of torsion
mechanical crossmember, shock absorbers
beam with longitudinal arms and comfort
New 500
and coil springs; with anti-roll bar for
bushings, shock absorbers and propeller
versions with electric power steering
springs
257
STEERING
Versions
Kerb-to-kerb turning circle (m)
Type
All versions
9.3
Rack and pinion with electric power steering
258
WHEELS
CORRECT READING OF
Maximum speed index for snow
THE TYRE
tyres
RIMS AND WHEELS
QM + S up to 160 km/h
Pressed steel or alloy rims. Tubeless
S
TM + S up to 190 km/h
radial carcass tyres. All approved tyres
1
2
HM + S up to 210 km/h
are listed in the registration document.
H
WARNING If there are any
Load index (capacity)
3
discrepancies between the Owner
70
= 335
kg
81
= 462
kg
Handbook and the registration
Ø
document, take the information from
71
= 345
kg
82
= 475
kg
the latter. For safe driving, the car must
260
F0S1280
72
= 355
kg
83
= 487
kg
be fitted with tyres of the same make
and type on all wheels.
73
= 365
kg
84
= 500
kg
Example fig. 260: 175/65 R 14 82H
175 Nominal width (S, distance in mm
74
= 375
kg
85
= 515
kg
WARNING Do not use air chambers
between sides)
with tubeless tyres.
65 Height/width ratio (H/S), expressed
75
= 387
kg
86
= 530
kg
as a percentage
76
= 400
kg
87
= 545
kg
263) 264)
R Radial tyre
WHEEL GEOMETRY
14 Rim diameter in inches (Ø)
77
= 412
kg
88
= 560
kg
Front wheels toe-in measured between
82 Load rating (capacity)
78
= 425
kg
89
= 580
kg
rims: 0.5 ± 1 mm.
H Maximum speed rating
The values refer to the car in running
79
= 437
kg
90
= 600
kg
Maximum speed index
order.
Q up to 160 km/h
80
= 450
kg
91
= 615
kg
R up to 170 km/h
S up to 180 km/h
CORRECT READING OF
THE RIM CODE
T up to 190 km/h
Example fig. 260: 5,00 B x 14 H2
U up to 200 km/h
5.00 width of the rim in inches (1).
H up to 210 km/h
B drop centre outline (side projection
V up to 240 km/h
where the tyre bead rests) (2).
259
14 fitting diameter, expressed in inches
(corresponds to the diameter of the tyre
that should be fitted) 3 = Ø.
H2shape and number of "humps"
(circumference measurement which
keeps the bead of tubeless tyres in
position on the rim).
260
RIMS AND WHEELS PROVIDED
(according to versions/trim levels)
Versions
Rims
Tyres
Snow tyres
6Jx15H2-ET40
185/65 R15 88T
185/65 R15 88T (M+S)
All
6Jx16H2-ET41(**)
195/55 R16 91V
195/55 R16 91H (M+S)
6.5Jx17H2-ET41(**)
205/45 R17 88V (***)
205/45 R17 88H (M+S)
(**) Alloy wheel rim
(***) Chains cannot be fitted
261
COLD TYRE INFLATION PRESSURE (bar)
261) 262)
When the tyres are warm, the inflation pressure should be + 0.3 bar in relation to the recommended figure. With snow tyres,
add +0.2 bar to the pressure value prescribed for other standard tyres.
However, recheck the correct value when the tyre is cold.
Medium load
Full load
Tyres
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
185/65 R15 88T
2.4
2.3
2.4
2.5
195/55 R16 91V
2.4
2.3
2.4
2.5
205/45 R17 88V
2.4
2.3
2.4
2.5
WARNING
261) Remember that the road holding qualities of your car also depend on correct tyre pressures.
262) If tyre pressure is too low, it may overheat and be severely damaged as a result.
262
RIM PROTECTOR TYRES
depth is below 4 mm. Replace them in
equipment; therefore their use is
267)
this case.
equivalent to that of the snow chains.
For wheel hub caps fitting on rims with
Due to the specific characteristics
Snow chains can be fitted to the tyres
Rim Protector tyres, see the warning
of snow tyres, in normal weather
of the front wheels (drive wheels) only.
conditions or on long motorway
Check the tension of the snow chains
below.
journeys, the performance of these
after the first few feet/metres have been
tyres is lower than that of standard
driven.
tyres. Their usage should therefore be
Using snow chains with tyres with
restricted in accordance with their type
non-original dimensions may damage
approval.
the car. Using different size or type
(M+S, snow, etc.) tyres between
WARNING When using snow tyres
front and rear axle may adversely
with a maximum speed index below
affect car driveability, with the risk of
the one that can be reached by the car
losing control of the car and resulting
(increased by 5%), place a notice in
accidents.
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the passenger compartment, plainly in
SNOW TYRES
view, which states the maximum speed
allowed by the snow tyres (as per
WARNING
268)
EC Directive). All four tyres should be
Use snow tyres of the same size as the
the same (brand and track) to ensure
263) Do not switch tyres from the
standard tyres provided with the car.
greater safety when driving and braking
right­hand side of the car to the left­hand
All four tyres should be the same
side, and vice versa.
as well as a good manoeuvrability.
(brand and track) to ensure greater
264) Never submit alloy rims to
Remember that you should not change
safety when driving and braking as well
repainting treatments requiring the use
the rotation direction of the tyres.
of temperatures exceeding 150°C. The
as a good manoeuvrability.
mechanical properties of the wheels could
Remember that you should not change
be impaired.
SNOW CHAINS
the rotation direction of the tyres.
265) Remember that the road holding
99) 100) 101)
The Fiat Dealership will be happy to
qualities of your car also depend on
The use of snow chains should be in
correct tyre pressures.
provide advice concerning the most
compliance with local regulations of
266) If tyre pressure is too low, it may
suitable type of tyre for the customer's
overheat and be severely damaged as a
requirements.
each country. In certain countries,
result.
The winter features of these tyres are
tyres marked with code M+S (Mud
267) Do NOT fit wheel cups when using
and Snow) are considered as winter
reduced considerably when the tread
integral cups fixed (with springs) to the
steel rim and tyres other than factory-
fitted tyres provided with Rim Protector
263
(fig. 261). Use of unsuitable tyres and
wheel caps may cause sudden decrease
of tyre pressure.
268) The top speed for snow tyres marked
“Q” is 160 km/h, while it is 190 km/h for
“T” tyres and 210 km/h for "H" tyres.
Nevertheless, you must always comply
with the highway code speed limits.
IMPORTANT
99) Keep the vehicle's speed down when
snow chains are fitted; never exceed 50
km/h.
100) With snow chains, use the
accelerator with extreme care to prevent,
or to limit as much as possible, slipping of
the drive wheels that could cause chain
breakage, resulting in damage to the
vehicle body or mechanical components.
101) Avoid potholes, steps and pavements
and avoid driving long distances on roads
not covered with snow to avoid damaging
the car and the road surface.
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DIMENSIONS
Dimensions are expressed in mm and refer to the car equipped with its original tyres. Height is measured with car unladen.
BOOT CAPACITY: capacity (VDA standards): 185 litres.
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Versions
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
I
All
3631
732
2322
577
1529
1470
1683
1460
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WEIGHTS
Versions
High Range
Cabrio High Range
3+1 High Range
Unladen weight (with all fluids and without optional
1290
1330
1325
equipment) (kg):
Payload including the driver (kg) (*)
400
400
400
Maximum permitted load (kg) (**)
- front axle:
920
920
920
– rear axle:
840
840
840
– total:
1690
1730
1725
Towable loads (kg)
- braked trailer:
(***)
(***)
(***)
– non-braked trailer:
(***)
(***)
(***)
Maximum load on the ball (braked trailer) (kg):
(***)
(***)
(***)
(**) If special equipment is fitted (sunroof, etc.) the unladen car weight increases, thus reducing the specified payload in relation to the
maximum permitted loads.
(***) Loads not to be exceeded. The user should carry goods in the boot and/on load carrying platform within the maximum permitted loads.
(****) IMPORTANT A trailer cannot be towed so there are no provisions for fitting a tow hook.
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Versions
Low Range
Cabrio Low Range
3+1 Low Range
Unladen weight (with all fluids and without optional
1180
1206
1204
equipment) (kg):
Payload including the driver (kg) (*)
380
364
366
Maximum permitted load (kg) (**)
- front axle:
860
860
860
– rear axle:
715
725
725
– total:
1560
1570
1570
Towable loads (kg)
- braked trailer:
(***)
(***)
(***)
– non-braked trailer:
(***)
(***)
(***)
Maximum load on the ball (braked trailer) (kg):
(***)
(***)
(***)
(**) If special equipment is fitted (sunroof, etc.) the unladen car weight increases, thus reducing the specified payload in relation to the
maximum permitted loads.
(***) Loads not to be exceeded. The user should carry goods in the boot and/on load carrying platform within the maximum permitted loads.
(****) IMPORTANT A trailer cannot be towed so there are no provisions for fitting a tow hook.
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REFUELLING
Quantity
Original fluids and lubricants
EDM (Electronic Drive Module) (litres):
0.67
PETRONAS IONA INTEGRA PLUS FCA
Mixture of demineralized water and 50%
Cooling system (litres):
6.5
PARAFLUUP (*)
Hydraulic brake circuit (kg):
0.8
TUTELA TOP EVO
Windscreen and rear window washer fluid
Mixture of water and PETRONAS DURANCE
1.5
reservoir (litres):
SC35
(*) When the vehicle is used in particularly harsh weather conditions, we recommend using a 60% mixture of PARAFLUUP and 40%
demineralised water.
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FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS
If lubricants conforming to the required specifications are not available, products that meet the indicated specifications can be
used to top up; in this case optimal performance of the concerned mechanical components is not guaranteed.
102)
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Original fluids and
Use
Features
Specification
Applications
lubricants
Molybdenum disulphide
TUTELA ALL STAR
grease, for use at high
Wheel side constant
9.55580-GRAS II
Contractual Technical
temperatures. N.L.G.I.
velocity joints
Reference N° F702.G07
consistency 1-2.
Low friction coefficient
TUTELA STAR 700
Lubricants and greases
grease for constant
Differential side constant
9.55580-GRAS II
Contractual Technical
for drive transmission
velocity joints. N.L.G.I.
velocity joints
Reference N° F701.C07
consistency 0-1.
PETRONAS IONA
Transmission Lubricant
INTEGRA PLUS FCA
SAE 75W-70, API GL-4
9.55550-MZ14
(EDM System - Electronic
Contractual Technical
Drive Module)
Reference N°F006.A20
Protective agent with
antifreeze action with
Cooling circuits
PARAFLUUP
Protective for cooling
organic formulation.
proportions of use: 50%
9.55523 or MS.90032
Contractual Technical
system
CUNA NC 956-16,
demineralised water 50%
Reference N° F101.M01
ASTM D 3306
PARAFLUUP (*)
Specifications.
Synthetic fluid for brake
systems. Exceeds
TUTELA TOP EVO
Brake fluid
specifications: FMVSS n°
9.55597 or MS.90039
Contractual Technical
Hydraulic brakes
116 DOT 4, ISO 4925
Reference N° F002.L18
Class 6, SAE J1704.
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Original fluids and
Use
Features
Specification
Applications
lubricants
PETRONAS DURANCE
Mixture of alcohol, water
To be used diluted or
Windscreen/rear window
SC35 Contractual
and surfactants CUNA
9.55522 or MS.90043
undiluted in windscreen
washer fluid
Technical Reference N°
NC 956-II.
washer/wiper systems
F001.D16
(*) When the vehicle is used in particularly harsh weather conditions, we recommend using a 60% mixture of PARAFLUUP and 40%
demineralised water.
IMPORTANT Do not top up or mix with other fluids which have different specifications from those described.
IMPORTANT
102) The use of products with different specifications than those indicated below could cause damage to the engine not covered by the
warranty.
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PERFORMANCE
Max. speed in km/h that can be reached after initial car use.
Versions
Maximum speed (km/h)
High Range
150
Low Range
-
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PRESCRIPTIONS FOR HANDLING THE CAR AT THE END OF ITS
LIFE
FCA has been committed for many years to safeguarding the environment through the constant improvement of its production
processes and manufacturing products that are increasingly "eco-compatible". To grant customers the best possible service
in terms of respecting environmental laws and in response to European Directive 2000/53/EC governing vehicles at the end of
their life, FCA is offering its customers the chance to hand over their vehicle at the end of its life without incurring any additional
costs. The European Directive sets out that when the vehicle is handed over, the last keeper or owner should not incur any
expenses as a result of it having a zero or negative market value.
To hand your vehicle over at the end of its life without extra cost, contact one of our dealerships if you are purchasing another
vehicle or an FCA-authorized collection and scrapping centre. These centres have been carefully chosen to offer high quality
service for the collection, treatment and recycling of vehicles at their end of life, respecting the surrounding environment.
Similarly, to meet its obligations under European Directive 2006/66/EC on batteries, FCA requires you to comply with the
national regulations on handling both low-voltage and high-voltage lithium ion batteries (12V and 48V) at all times. This includes
consigning vehicles complete with their batteries to one of the collection and demolition centres authorized by FCA to handle
such batteries, and not disposing of them improperly, which could lead to personal injuries and/or harm to the environment.
You can find further information on these collection and scrapping centres either from an FCA dealership or by calling the
number in the Warranty Booklet or by consulting the websites of the various FCA brands.
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MULTIMEDIA
This chapter describes the main
FIAT LINK & DRIVE
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features of the FIAT Link & Drive and
Uconnect™
281
Uconnect™ infotainment systems.
CONNECTED SERVICES -
UCONNECT SERVICES
301
OFFICIAL TYPE APPROVALS
304
273
FIAT LINK & DRIVE
2. activate the pairing procedure on the
If the external audio device has other
instrument panel by selecting the "Pair
formats (e.g. .exe, .cab, .inf, etc.)
The FIAT Link & Drive system is an in-
Phone" option in the menu;
problems might arise during playing of
car system designed to play supported
3. select the FIAT Link & Drive system
tracks.
music files either by interacting with
("Uconnect [Serial Number]") from the
103)
your smartphone, after downloading
list of available devices displayed on
the FIAT Link & Drive app, or via the
EXTERNAL AUDIO
your smartphone;
USB port under the climate control
SOURCES
Check your smartphone for permission
system controls (wav, mp3, aac, wma -
Other electronic devices can be used
requests and data downloads.
for versions/markets where provided).
on the car. Some of them may cause
Smartphones with Android 6 and iOS
The FIAT Link & Drive system is
electromagnetic interference however.
11 or higher are compatible with FIAT
activated from the outside when the
Disconnect these devices if the system
Link & Drive.
doors are unlocked and deactivated
performance worsens.
when the driver's door is opened with
MULTIMEDIA DEVICES:
USB source
the ignition device in the OFF position.
SUPPORTED FILES AND
NOTE The system supports only
To make the best use of the system,
FORMATS
FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, HFS+ formatted
users must download the FIAT Link &
For the USB source (USB flash drive or
USB devices. The system does not
Drive app from Apple App Store or
Apple device connected via USB) the
support devices with a capacity higher
Google Play Store. The app makes
system can play files with the following
than 256 GB.
it easier to use the telephone and
extensions and formats:
The system does not support USB
minimises distraction. The functions
.MP3 (32-320Kbps)
hubs connected to the USB port of the
within the app can be used to manage
.WAV (8/16 bit, 8-48 kHz)
car. Connect your multimedia device
phone calls, play audio files and web
.WMA (5-320Kbps) mono and stereo
directly to the USB port, using the
radio stations, navigate and manage
(for versions/markets where provided)
specific connection cable for the device
audio settings.
.AAC (8-96KHz) mono and stereo
if necessary.
To use the app, pair your smartphone
For all sources, the system can also
or tablet with the FIAT Link & Drive
play the following Playlist formats:
Smartphone source
system via Bluetooth®.
.M3S
Connecting to FIAT Link & Drive via
To pair the devices using the
.M3U
Bluetooth® will allow you to listen to
Bluetooth® function, proceed as
.WPL
music from your smartphone, make
follows:
telephone calls and, by inserting your
1. activate the Bluetooth® function on
WARNING It is recommended to load
telephone into the dedicated mount
the smartphone;
only freely accessible music files, with
on the dashboard, use navigation
supported extensions.
programs in a optimal manner.
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The app allows you to browse
FIAT Link & Drive controls
information related to the car:
The volume up/down controls (A)
when the telephone is connected to
fig. 263 and
/
are located on the
FIAT Link & Drive via Bluetooth®, you
central tunnel.
A
can see the energy flows while driving,
listen to music and web radio, manage
telephone calls and use the navigation
apps available on your smartphone;
when the telephone is not connected
to FIAT Link & Drive, you can use the
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app to see the data saved when the
car was switched off: last location,
When the motor is off, the FIAT Link &
battery charge level and voltage,
Drive system remains on for up to 20
charging schedule of the high-voltage
minutes or until the driver's side door is
263
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battery, trip statistics and car usage
opened.
data, the nearest Fiat Dealerships and
In addition, you can use the steering
You can switch the system back on
a dictionary of the on-board warning
wheel controls to manage telephone
again by pressing the
/
button
lights.
calls, fast forward tracks being played
located on the central tunnel.
NOTE After updating the phone
by FIAT Link & Drive, select the audio
software, for proper operation, it is
source, and call up the smartphone
recommended to remove the phone
voice assistant (Google Assistant, Siri,
IMPORTANT
from the list of devices linked to the
etc.).
radio, delete the previous system
103) Some multimedia players may not
There is a mount (A) fig. 264 on the
pairing also from the list of Bluetooth®
be compatible with the FIAT Link & Drive
dashboard for your smartphone;
devices on the phone and make a new
system. Only use devices (e.g. USB flash
always use it in order to interact with
drives) from safe sources on the car.
pairing.
your smartphone safely.
Devices from unknown sources could
contain software infected by viruses which,
104)
WARNING If the Bluetooth®
if installed on the car, could increase the
The USB port located near the
vulnerability of the car's electric/electronic
connection between mobile phone
smartphone stand is preferable for
systems to hacking.
and system is lost, consult the mobile
charging the smartphone stand and
104) Telephone voice commands: not
phone handbook.
all mobile phones are compatible with
does not allow media files to be read.
this function. You can obtain further
information from your mobile phone
service provider or the user guide for your
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mobile phone. FCA provides the voice
interface functions, but shall not be held
liable for the content.
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STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS
The controls for the main system functions are present on the steering wheel to make control easier.
265
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Steering wheel controls summary table
Button
Interaction
Acceptance of incoming call
Acceptance of the second incoming call and putting the active call on hold
Long press (greater than 2 seconds): Activates a voice assistant session on the phone paired over Bluetooth® to
impart voice commands or ends the session if one is in progress.
Short press (less than 2 seconds): Make another request in the current voice session without starting a new one.
Rejection of incoming call
Ending of call in progress
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CONTROLS BEHIND THE STEERING WHEEL
B
A
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Buttons
Interaction
Button A (steering wheel left side)
Brief button press: select the next song or track.
Upper button
Long button press: fast forward the track.
Each press selects one of the USB and Bluetooth® sources. Only the available
Central button
sources will be selected.
Brief button press: select the previous song or track.
Lower button
Long button press: fast rewind the track.
Button B (steering wheel right side)
Increasing volume
Upper button
Brief button press: single volume increase
Long button press: fast volume increase
Central button
Activation/deactivation of Mute function
Decreasing volume
Lower button
Brief button press: single volume decrease
Long button press: fast volume decrease
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Uconnect™
Uconnect™ 10.25”
(where provided)
B
C
D
E
F
D
A
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