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● A position that is R2 compatible is also compatible for R1.
● A position that is F3 compatible is also compatible for F2X and F2.
● A position that is B3 compatible is also compatible for B2.
Size of child restraint fixture (1, 2, 3):
● R1 means rearward facing child restraint fixture for mass group 0 up to 10 kg and mass group 0+ up to 13 kg, age around 0-1
year.
● R2 means reduced size of rearward facing child restraint fixture for mass group 0+ up to 13 kg and mass group 1 from 9 to 18
kg, age around 2-4 years.
● R3 means full size of rearward facing child restraint fixture for mass group 0+ up to 13 kg and mass group 1 from 9 to 18 kg,
age around 2-4 years.
● F2, F2X mean reduced height of forward facing child restraint fixture for mass group 1 from 9 to 18 kg, age around 6-7 years.
● F3 means full height of forward facing child restraint fixture for mass group 1 from 9 to 18 kg, age around 7-10 years.
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STORAGE
STORAGE COMPARTMENTS
Cupholders
Front cupholder
9
WARNING
Storage compartments
46
Glovebox
46
Do not store heavy or sharp objects in the
Cupholders
46
storage compartments. Otherwise vehicle
Front storage
47
occupants could be injured by objects
Overhead console
48
being thrown around in the event of hard
braking, a sudden change in direction or
Underseat storage
48
an accident.
Centre console storage
49
Footwell storage
49
Glovebox
Load compartment
49
Ladder flap
49
Load compartment cover
50
Lashing eyes
52
Cargo management system
52
Cup holders are located at the sides of
Safety net
53
the instrument panel.
Load compartment grille
54
Warning triangle
57
First aid kit
57
Roof rack system
57
Roof rack
57
Loading information
58
Overload indicator
58
To open the glovebox pull the handle.
The glovebox should be closed whilst
driving.
Cupholders may be located in the centre
console.
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Rear cupholder
Front storage
A coin holder is located on the instrument
panel.
Additional cup holders may be located in
A storage compartment is located on top
the foldaway tables on the backrests of
of the instrument panel.
Folding the centre seatback
the front seats. Fold up the table.
Some versions have a CD player, a USB,
Do not place any hard or heavy objects
a glovebox cooler and AUX socket in the
on the table.
storage compartment.
The front centre passenger seat backrest
has a document tray.
Seat folding 3 29.
Cupholders for the third row seats are
A storage compartment is located above
located in the sides of the load
the Instrument cluster.
compartment.
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Close whilst driving. The maximum
9
WARNING
permitted load is 10 kg.
When the front centre passenger seat is in
the folded position, the front passenger
airbag system must be deactivated.
Airbag deactivation 3 40.
Overhead console
The separation of the four compartments
can be taken out.
The maximum permitted load is 6 kg.
Pull handle to open.
Close whilst driving. The maximum
9
WARNING
permitted load is 10 kg.
Secure objects to prevent them from
falling out and causing injury.
Underseat storage
Store only lightweight items such as
paperwork or maps.
Slide the flaps to open.
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There may be a storage box under the
LOAD COMPARTMENT
centre bench seat. Lift up the seat
cushion by pulling the handle. The
Depending on version, the load
storage box can be locked by a padlock.
compartment area can be increased by
folding up or removing the third row
Centre console storage
seats. The seat backrests of the second
row can be folded forward separately.
Additionally, the backrest of the
passenger seat can be folded.
Depending on the loading, only single
seats or backrests can be folded.
Folding passenger seat 3 29
Vehicle tools may be located in the
Folding second row seats 3 31
stowage compartments underneath the
front seats 3 234.
Folding or removing third row seats
3 31
Ladder flap
The ladder flap is available for
A storage box may be located in the
transporting long loads.
centre console. Press cover to open.
A 12 V power outlet is located behind the
Opening the ladder flap
storage cover.
Footwell storage
The footwell storages can be accessed
from the rear seats.
Depending on version, there are two
stowage compartments in the rear
footwell.
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1. Press the lever and disengage the
1. Push the lever to the top.
Closing the cover
spring clip from the retainer by
2. Push the support bar a bit to the front
pulling.
and then guide it down to the door
2. Lift the ladder flap.
pillar.
3. Hold the long load in the angled
position.
4. Move the support bar below the load
to its original position. Fix it by
pressing the lever downwards past
the point of resistance.
The rear doors will only lock when the
support bar is installed.
5. Secure the loads firmly. The side
supports can be used as hooking
Pull the load compartment cover towards
points.
the rear and engage it in the side
brackets.
3. Move past the point of resistance to
Closing the ladder flap
lock the ladder flap with the props.
Opening the cover
1. Check that the support bar is
Support bar
properly locked.
2. Lower the ladder flap.
Rest long loads on the support bar.
3. Fix the spring clip in its retainer.
Load compartment cover
Rear luggage cover
Do not place any objects on the cover.
Remove load compartment cover from
side brackets. Guide the cover until it is
fully rolled up.
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Removing the cover
If the load compartment cover is not
Lifting the rear parcel shelf
used, stow it in the load compartment. It
can be stowed behind the second or
third row seats.
Fitting the cover
Insert the load compartment cover into
the recess at one side. Compress the
cover at the other side and engage it in
the recess.
Rear parcel shelf
Do not place any excessively heavy or
sharp-edged objects on the rear parcel
Open the load compartment cover.
shelf. The maximum load permissible is
The rear parcel shelf may be folded up
25 kg. With high loads install the safety
from the rear, allowing greater flexibility in
Compress the load compartment cover
net behind the rear seats 3 53.
the load compartment.
at one side and lift it up. Remove the load
compartment cover.
Installing the rear parcel shelf
Stowing in the load compartment
Stowing in the load compartment
The rear parcel shelf can be installed in
Set up the folded cover upright behind
two positions.
the rear seat backrests.
Fit the parcel shelf by engaging in the
retainers on both sides.
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Lashing eyes
Removing the flap
The maximum force applied to the
lashing eyes should not exceed
500 daN / 5 kN / 5000 N.
Depending on country, the maximum
force may be shown on a label.
Note
Specifications on the label always have
The lashing eyes are designed to secure
priority over those given in this manual.
1. Release the locking device, lower the
flap and then remove it.
items against slippage, e.g. using lashing
Cargo management system
straps or luggage net.
2. Stow the flap behind the driver’s seat.
Depending on version, a partition behind
the front seats protects the driver and
front passengers against the risk of load
movement.
There may be a flap in the partition
behind the passenger seat which can be
removed to accommodate long objects.
A protective cover is provided in the
vehicle to assure safe transportation.
If the outer passenger seat backrest is
folded down and the partition flap is
open, the centre seat has to stay free.
Turn the locking device upwards. Put
Lashing eyes may be located on the
the hinges of the flap in their housing,
vehicle floor and / or in the sidewall. The
lift the flap and close the locking
number and location of the lashing eyes
device.
may vary depending on the vehicle.
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Fitting the protective cover
Installation
The protective cover must be installed
Behind the rear seats
whenever the outer passenger seat
backrest is folded down and the partition
flap is open.
1. Fold the outer passenger seat
backrest 3 29.
5. Pass the strap of the cover around
the head restraint. Tension the strap
by pulling at the loose end.
There are installation openings on
With fitted protective cover the maximum
both sides in the roof frame above
load on the folded backrest is 100 kg.
the rear seats. Open the covers and
suspend and engage rod of net at
Safety net
one side, compress rod and
Depending on version, the safety net can
suspend and engage at the other
2. Attach the four snap hooks of the
be installed behind the rear seats or, if the
side.
cover on the corresponding lashing
eye.
rear seat backrests are folded, behind
the front seats.
3. Pull the head restraint from the folded
backrest, leaving two notches visible
Passengers must not be transported
on the head restraint rod 3 26.
behind the safety net.
4. Load the objects.
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● Attach the hooks of safety net straps
Load compartment grille
in the lashing eyes behind the rear
seats.
Tension both straps by pulling at the
loose end.
● Rear seat backrests must be raised
up.
Behind the front seats
Wind one strap around the bar
located under the front driver seat
cushion. The other one wind around
Depending on version a partition protects
the bar of the passenger seat. Then
the driver and passengers against the
secure each hook to the
risk of load movement.
corresponding strap.
Tension both straps by pulling at the
loose end.
Push down head restraints and fold
There are installation openings on
down rear seat backrests 3 49.
both sides in the roof frame above
the front seats. Open the covers and
suspend and engage rod of net at
one side, compress rod and
suspend and engage at the other
side.
The partition can be placed behind the
front or rear seats.
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Moving the partition
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WARNING
Take care when operating the bottom
locking devices. Risk of pinching.
Opening the flap
1. Depending on the positioning of the
partition and the length of the load
fold down the outer rear seat
backrest and / or passenger seat
backrest 3 29, 31
There is a flap in the partition which can
be opened to accommodate long
1. Release the four locking devices on
objects. A protective cover is provided in
the top and the bottom of the
the vehicle to assure safe transportation.
partition.
If the side seat backrest is folded down
2. To be placed behind the front seats
and the partition flap is open the centre
fold down the rear seat backrests
seat has to stay free.
3 31
If the backrest of the rear seat is lowered
and the flap open to transport long
objects, the front passenger seat has to
stay free.
2. Release the locking device of the flap
and open the flap.
3. Move the partition and lock the four
locking devices on the top and the
bottom.
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Fitting the protective cover
The protective cover must be installed
whenever the side seat backrest is folded
down and the partition flap is open.
3. Secure the flap with the rod.
4. Pass the strap of the cover around
the head restraint. Tension the strap
Closing the flap
by pulling at the loose end.
1. Fix the rod in the bracket.
1. Attach the four snap hooks of the
cover on the corresponding lashing
eye.
2. Pull the head restraint from the folded
backrest, leaving two notches visible
on the head restraint rod 3 26.
3. Load the objects.
If the loading is stored on the front
and rear seat at the passenger side
2. Close the flap and lock the locking
pass one strap on each head
device.
restraint.
3. Restore the seats to the upright
With fitted protective cover the maximum
position 3 29, 31
load on each of the folded backrests is
100 kg.
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Warning triangle
ROOF RACK SYSTEM
Vehicles without roof railing
Roof rack
For safety reasons and to avoid damage
to the roof, the vehicle approved roof
rack system is recommended. For further
information contact your workshop.
Follow the installation instructions and
remove the roof rack when not in use.
Mounting roof rack
Vehicles with roof railing
Depending on version, the warning
To fasten a roof rack, unscrew the caps
triangle can be stowed in the load
in the roof strips. Insert the mounting
compartment. Secure it with the elastic
provisions, as instructed, in the retainer.
straps.
First aid kit
Mounting points are located at the
bottom of the roof railing.
Fasten the roof rack according to the
installation instructions delivered with the
roof rack.
Depending on version, the first aid kit can
be stowed in the load compartment.
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LOADING INFORMATION
the freedom of movement of the
speed according to the load
driver. Do not place any unsecured
conditions. Check and retighten the
objects in the interior.
straps frequently.
● Do not drive with an open load
Do not drive faster than 120 km/h /
compartment.
75 mph.
The permissible roof load is:
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WARNING
80 kg for vehicles with roof
railing
Always make sure that the load in the
vehicle is securely stowed. Otherwise
100 kg for vehicles without roof
objects can be thrown around inside the
railing and with two roof racks
vehicle and cause personal injury or
150 kg for vehicles without roof
damage to the load or car.
railing and with three roof racks,
except vehicles with seven seats
The payload is the difference
Heavy objects in the load
between the permitted gross vehicle
100 kg for vehicles without roof
compartment should be placed
weight (see identification plate
railing and with three roof racks
against the seat backrests. Make
3 267) and the EC kerb weight.
and seven seats
sure that the backrests are securely
To calculate the payload, enter the
The roof load is the combined weight of
engaged. If objects can be stacked,
data for your vehicle in the weights
the roof rack and the load.
heavier objects should be placed at
table at the front of this manual.
the bottom.
The EC kerb weight includes weights
Overload indicator
Prevent sliding of loose objects by
for the driver (68 kg), luggage (7 kg)
The overload indicator checks whether
securing them with straps attached
and all fluids (fuel tank 90% full).
the vehicle is overloaded. The function is
to the lashing eyes 3 52.
Optional equipment and
designed to help avoiding overload and
Do not allow the load to protrude
accessories increase the kerb
the consequent risks such as unstable
above the upper edge of the
weight.
road behaviour, tyre blowout, premature
backrests.
wear etc.
Driving with a roof load increases the
Do not place any objects on the rear
sensitivity of the vehicle to cross-
luggage cover or the instrument
winds and has a detrimental effect
panel, and do not cover the sensor
on vehicle handling due to the
on top of the instrument panel.
vehicle's higher centre of gravity.
The load must not obstruct the
Distribute the load evenly and secure
operation of the pedals, parking
it properly with retaining straps.
brake and gear selector, or hinder
Adjust the tyre pressure and vehicle
58
Note
For optimal operation, park the vehicle on a
horizontal surface.
Do not park the vehicle on a slope.
Do not park the vehicle with the wheels on
the pavement.
The system is activated automatically
each time the engine is started. In
addition, the system can be activated
manually by pressing ON in the loading
area. After activation, the system
operates for five minutes.
If an overcharge is imminent, ON and
% are illuminated.
If the vehicle is overloaded, ON, % and
& are illuminated. In addition, & is
illuminated in the instrument cluster.
Activation
59
INSTRUMENTS AND
Seat belt reminder
75
Rear fog light
80
CONTROLS
Airbag and belt tensioners
76
Rain sensor
80
Airbag deactivation
76
Cruise control
80
Charging system
76
Adaptive cruise control
81
Malfunction indicator light
77
Pedestrian safety alert fault
81
Instrument panel overview
61
Service vehicle soon
77
Side blind spot alert
81
Stop engine
77
Active emergency braking
81
Controls
65
System check
77
Speed limiter
81
Steering wheel adjustment
65
Brake and clutch system
77
Door open
81
Steering wheel controls
65
Parking brake
77
Horn
65
Displays
81
Electric parking brake
77
Pedestrian safety alert
65
Driver Information Centre
81
Electric parking brake fault
78
Windscreen wiper and washer
66
Info Display
84
Antilock brake system (ABS)
78
Rear window wiper and washer
67
Head-up display
86
Gear shifting
78
Outside temperature
67
Rear view display
87
Overload indicator
78
Clock
67
Vehicle messages
88
Descent control system
78
Power outlets
68
Warning chimes
88
Lane keep assist
78
Inductive charging
69
Electronic Stability Control and
Vehicle personalisation
89
Cigarette lighter
69
Traction Control system
78
Telematics services
90
Ashtrays
70
Engine coolant temperature
79
Emergency call
90
Warning lights, gauges and indica-
Preheating
79
Fiat Connect
90
tors
70
Exhaust filter
79
Speedometer
70
AdBlue
79
Odometer
70
Deflation detection system
79
Trip odometer
70
Engine oil pressure
79
Tachometer
71
Low fuel
80
Fuel gauge
71
Charging cable connected
80
High voltage battery gauge
71
Vehicle ready
80
Power indicator gauge
72
Reduced engine power
80
Comfort consumption gauge
72
Autostop
80
Engine coolant temperature
Exterior light
80
gauge
72
Low beam
80
Engine oil level monitor
73
High beam
80
Service display
73
High beam assist
80
Control indicators
74
LED headlights
80
Turn lights
75
Front fog lights
80
60
INSTRUMENT PANEL OVERVIEW
61
1
Electric child locks
12
13
Hazard warning flashers
93
31
Cruise control
178
Unlocking tailgate
15
Central locking system
9
Speed limiter
181
14
Sun sensor
149
Child safety system for rear
Adaptive cruise control
178
windows
22
15
USB charging port
68
32
Bonnet release lever
222
2
Power windows
22
16
Storage
46
33
Fuse box
3
Exterior mirrors
19
17
Glovebox
46
34
Parking assist / Advanced
4
Side air vents
155
18
Climate control system
147
parking assist
191
5
Steering wheel controls
65
19
Electronic Stability Control
Electric child locks
12
and Traction Control
175
6
Turn lights
93
Eco button for stop-start
Eco mode
171
Headlight flash
92
system
161
Descent control system
176
High beam
92
Lane keep assist
203
20
Selective ride control
177
High beam assist
92
Tyre deflation detection
21
Inductive charging
69
system
236
Exit lighting
96
22
Manual transmission
171
Heated windscreen
24
Parking lights
94
Automatic transmission
168
Parking heater
152
7
Instruments
70
Electric drive unit
167
35
Headlight range adjustment
92
Driver Information Centre
81
Drive modes
172
8
Steering wheel controls
65
23
Power outlet
68
9
Head-up display
86
24
Electric parking brake
173
10
Windscreen wiper and
25
Power button
158
washer, rear wiper and
washer
66
26
Ignition switch
158
27
Steering wheel adjustment
65
Button for Driver Information
Centre
81
28
Infotainment control
11
Air vents
155
29
Horn
65
12
Info Display
84
30
Head-up display
86
62
INSTRUMENT PANEL OVERVIEW
63
1
Electric child locks
12
13
Hazard warning flashers
93
31
Cruise control
178
Unlocking tailgate
15
Central locking system
9
Speed limiter
181
14
Sun sensor
149
Child safety system for rear
Adaptive cruise control
178
windows
22
15
USB charging port
68
32
Bonnet release lever
222
2
Power windows
22
16
Storage
46
33
Fuse box
3
Exterior mirrors
19
18
Climate control system
147
34
Parking assist / Advanced
4
Side air vents
155
19
Electronic Stability Control
parking assist
191
and Traction Control
175
5
Steering wheel controls
65
Electric child locks
12
6
Turn lights
93
Eco mode
171
Eco button for stop-start
Headlight flash
92
Descent control system
176
system
161
20
Selective ride control
177
High beam
92
Lane keep assist
203
21
Inductive charging
69
High beam assist
92
Tyre deflation detection
22
Manual transmission
171
system
236
Exit lighting
96
Automatic transmission
168
Heated windscreen
24
Parking lights
94
Electric drive unit
167
Parking heater
152
7
Instruments
70
Drive modes
172
35
Headlight range adjustment
92
Driver Information Centre
81
23
Power outlet
68
8
Steering wheel controls
65
24
Electric parking brake
173
9
Head-up display
86
25
Power button
158
10
Windscreen wiper and
26
Ignition switch
158
washer, rear wiper and
washer
66
27
Steering wheel adjustment
65
28
Infotainment controls
Button for Driver Information
Centre
81
29
Horn
65
11
Air vents
155
30
Head-up display
86
12
Info Display
84
64
CONTROLS
Steering wheel controls
Horn
Steering wheel adjustment
Voice control, volume and display mode
Press j.
can be operated via the controls on the
Unlock lever, adjust steering wheel, then
left side of the steering wheel.
Pedestrian safety alert
engage lever and ensure it is fully locked.
Infotainment system can be operated via
The sound of the pedestrian safety alert
Do not adjust steering wheel unless
the controls on the right side of the
is generated to indicate the vehicle
vehicle is stationary and steering wheel
steering wheel.
presence to pedestrians. It is active up to
lock has been released.
Further information is available in the
30 km/h / 19 mph.
Infotainment manual.
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Windscreen wiper and washer
Windscreen wiper with rain sensor
Do not use if the windscreen is frozen.
Switch off in car washes.
Windscreen wiper with interval
wiping
Windscreen washer
2
: fast
1
: slow
INT
: interval wiping
2
: fast
0
: off
Pull lever. Washer fluid is sprayed onto
1
: slow
AUTO : automatic wiping with rain
the windscreen and the wiper wipes a
INT : interval wiping
sensor
few times.
0
: off
Washer fluid 3 224.
In AUTO position, the rain sensor
For a single wipe when the windscreen
detects the amount of water on the
Functionality of the rain sensor
wiper is off, press the lever down.
windscreen and automatically regulates
Do not use if the windscreen is frozen.
the frequency of the windscreen wiper.
To deactivate the automatic wiping
Switch off in car washes.
mode, press the lever downwards to
To activate interval wiping mode the next
AUTO again.
time ignition is switched on, press the
If ignition is switched off for more than a
lever downwards to position 0 and back
minute, automatic wiping mode is
to INT.
deactivated. To activate automatic
wiping mode the next time ignition is
switched on, press the lever downwards
to AUTO again.
For a single wipe when the windscreen
wiper is off, pull the lever briefly.
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Keep the sensor free from dust, dirt and
Rear window washer
ice.
Control indicator y 3 66.
Rear window wiper and washer
Rear window wiper
Illustration shows an example.
Set to R.
If outside temperature drops to 3 °C, a
warning message is displayed in the
Washer fluid is sprayed onto the rear
Driver Information Centre.
window and the wiper wipes a few times.
The rear window washer system is
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WARNING
deactivated when the fluid level is low.
The road surface may already be icy even
Washer fluid 3 224.
0
: off
though the display indicates a few degrees
S : intermittent operation
above 0 °C.
Outside temperature
R : rear window washer
A drop in temperature is indicated
Clock
Do not use if the rear window is frozen.
immediately and a rise in temperature
Date and time are shown in the Info
Switch off in car washes.
after a time delay.
Display.
The rear window wiper comes on
The adjustment of date and time is
automatically when the windscreen wiper
described in the Infotainment Manual.
is switched on and reverse gear is
engaged.
Without infotainment system:
Activation or deactivation of this function
● press and holdF or SET 000
can be changed in the Vehicle
● select the setting to be changed with
personalisation menu 3 89.
+ or -
● briefly pressF or SET 000
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● adjust the setting with + or -
Do not exceed the maximum power
consumption of 150 W.
● briefly pressF or SET 000
With ignition off, the power outlets are
Info Display 3 84.
deactivated. Additionally the power
outlets are deactivated in the event of low
Power outlets
vehicle battery voltage.
Electrical accessories that are connected
must comply with the electromagnetic
compatibility requirements laid down in
DIN VDE 40 839.
Do not connect any current-delivering
accessories, e.g. electrical charging
At the right side of the load compartment,
devices or batteries.
another 12 V power outlet may be
Do not damage the outlet by using
located.
unsuitable plugs.
Do not exceed the maximum power
Stop-start system 3 161.
consumption of 120 W.
USB ports
A 12 V power outlet is located behind the
storage cover. Push cover upwards to
open.
Depending on the version, the 12 V
power outlet may be freely accessible.
A 230 V power outlet may be located on
the lower side of the centre console in the
A USB port is located in the instrument
front passenger compartment.
panel next to the Info Display.
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Charging status is indicated in the LED:
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WARNING
illuminates green, when mobile device is
charging.
Remove any metal objects from the
charging device before charging a mobile
Protective cover for the mobile device
device, as these objects could become
could have impact on the inductive
very hot.
charging.
In the event that the mobile device is not
charging properly, rotate it 180° and
place it on the charging device again.
Cigarette lighter
A further USB port may be located in the
rear console.
The USB ports are prepared for charging
external devices and provide a data
connection to the Infotainment system.
For further information, see Infotainment
manual.
The portable device to be charged must
Note
be compatible with the Qi standard,
The sockets must always be kept clean and
either by design or by using a compatible
dry.
holder or shell. The charging zone is
Inductive charging
identified by the Qi symbol.
To charge a device, the ignition must be
The cigarette lighter is freely accessible.
9
WARNING
switched on.
Depending on version, the cigarette
To charge a mobile device:
lighter may be located behind the storage
Inductive charging can affect the operation
of implanted pacemakers or other medical
1. Remove all objects from the charging
cover. Press cover to open.
devices. If applicable, seek medical advice
device.
Press in cigarette lighter. It switches off
before using the inductive charging device.
automatically once the element is
2. Place the mobile device with the
glowing. Pull out cigarette lighter.
display facing upwards on the
charging device in the storage.
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Ashtrays
WARNING LIGHTS, GAUGES AND
Odometer
INDICATORS
The total recorded distance is displayed
CAUTION
in km or miles.
Speedometer
To be used only for ash and not for
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combustible rubbish.
Depending on version there are different
variants.
Trip odometer
A portable ashtray can be placed in the
The recorded distance since the last
cupholders.
reset is displayed in the Driver
Information Centre.
Indicates vehicle speed.
Depending on version there are different
variants.
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Depending on version, press L,
The arrow indicates the vehicle side
Midlevel and uplevel instrument
F
or SET 000 for two seconds to
where the fuel filler flap is located.
cluster
reset trip odometer.
Because of the fuel remaining in the tank,
The trip / fuel information menu provides
the top-up quantity may be less than the
additionally two trip counter 3 81.
specified tank capacity.
Baselevel cluster
Tachometer
If the control indicator 2 illuminates
yellow, refuel the tank immediately.
High voltage battery gauge
A scale consisting of segments shows
Displays the engine speed.
the fuel level.
Drive in a low engine speed range for
If the control indicator r illuminates
each gear as much as possible.
yellow, refuel the tank immediately.
CAUTION
If the needle is beyond the red marker, the
maximum permitted engine speed is
exceeded. Engine at risk.
Fuel gauge
Displays the fuel level in the tank.
Depending on version there are different
Never run the fuel tank dry.
variants.
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Comfort consumption gauge
Displays the high voltage battery state of
The power indicator gauge informs about
charge.
the current energy situation of the
vehicle.
The comfort consumption gauge informs
about the current electric consumption
Power indicator gauge
Charge : Battery is being charged with
caused by the following thermal
energy resulting from braking
consumers:
or deceleration of the vehicle
Eco
:
An optimum in energy is
● heating
accessible in all driving modes
● air conditioning
Power
:
Vehicle is driven in a dynamic
● heated windscreen
driving style with focus on
● heated rear window
performance
● heated seats
If the drive mode Eco mode is selected,
the performance of the thermal
consumers is reduced. The needle of the
comfort consumption gauge is in the
ECO zone.
Depending on version there are different
variants.
Engine coolant temperature gauge
Displays the coolant temperature.
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Midlevel and uplevel instrument
If engine oil level is low,
T
flashes and
CAUTION
cluster
warning message is indicated in the
Driver Information Centre. Depending on
If engine coolant temperature is too high,
the version,
D
flashes in the Driver
stop vehicle, switch off engine. Danger to
engine. Check coolant level.
Information Centre. Confirm engine oil
level by using the oil dipstick and top up
Baselevel cluster
engine oil respectively.
Engine oil 3 223.
A fault of measurement is indicated by
E
or a message in the Driver
Information Centre together with
T
Check engine oil level manually by using
the dipstick.
70 °C
: engine operating
Service display
temperature not yet reached
The service system informs when to
90 °C
: normal operating
change the engine oil and filter or a
temperature
vehicle service is required. Based on
red zone : temperature too high
driving conditions, the interval at which
A scale consisting of segments shows
an engine oil and filter change is required
Control indicator 2 illuminates if coolant
the engine coolant temperature.
can vary considerably.
temperature is too high.
If the engine coolant temperature is too
Service information 3 251.
Switch off engine immediately.
high, the control indicator V illuminates
A required service due is displayed in the
red.
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Engine oil level monitor
Switch off engine immediately.
seconds after switching on the ignition.
The state of the engine oil level is
If no service is required for the next
displayed in the Driver Information Centre
3000 km / 1800 miles or more no service
for a few seconds following the service
information appears in the display.
information after switching on the
ignition.
If service is required within the next
3000 km / 1800 miles, A illuminates
A proper state of engine oil level is
temporary as reminder. Simultaneously,
confirmed.
the remaining distance or time duration is
indicated for several seconds.
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Depending on the version, the distance
● switch on ignition, the distance
Control indicators are located in the
travelled since the due date is indicated
indication begins a countdown
Driver Information Centre.
in the Driver Information Centre.
● when the display indicates =0,
Driver Information Centre 3 81.
If service is required in less than
release the button
Red warning lights / symbols
1000 km / 600 miles, A flashes and
A disappears
then illuminates permanently. Remaining
Warning light /
distance or time duration is indicated for
Retrieving service information
Meaning
symbol
several seconds. Simultaneously, the
To retrieve the status of the service
remaining distance or time duration is
X
Seat belt reminder
information at any time pressF,
indicated for several seconds.
G
or CHECK.
v
Airbag and belt
Depending on the version, the distance
tensioners
travelled since the due date is indicated
The service information is displayed for a
in the Driver Information Centre.
few seconds.
V
Airbag deactivation
Overdued service is indicated by a
Service information 3 251.
p
Charging system
message in the Driver Information Centre
which indicates the overdued distance.
Control indicators
STOP
Stop engine
A flashes and then illuminates
The control indicators described are not
J
System check
permanently until service is executed.
present in all vehicles. The description
Additionally, the control indicator
C
or
applies to all instrument versions.
R
Brake and clutch
SERVICE illuminates.
Depending on the equipment, the
system
Reset of service interval
position of the control indicators may
m
Parking brake
vary. When the ignition is switched on,
After each service, the service indicator
most control indicators will illuminate
W o
Engine coolant
must be reset to ensure proper
briefly as a functionality test.
temperature high
functionality. It is recommended to seek
The control indicator colours mean:
the assistance of a workshop.
I
Engine oil pressure
red
: danger, important reminder
If service is executed by yourself, operate
yellow : warning, information, fault
j
Charging cable
as following:
green
: confirmation of activation
connected
● switch off ignition
blue
: confirmation of activation
h
Door open
● press and holdF,G or
white
: confirmation of activation
CHECK
grey
: system paused, at least one
system limitation has been
detected
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Yellow warning lights / symbols
Warning light /
Warning light /
Meaning
Meaning
symbol
symbol
Warning light /
Meaning
symbol
M
Reduced engine
B
Side blind spot alert
power
Z
Malfunction indi-
m
Cruise control
cator light
ø
Rear fog light
Blue warning lights / symbols
C
i
Service vehicle
K
Pedestrian safety
soon
alert fault
Warning light / symbol
Meaning
J
System check
Ø
Active emergency
C
High beam
braking
o
Electric parking
brake
Turn lights
Green warning lights / symbols
E
Electric parking
O illuminates or flashes green.
brake fault
Warning light /
Meaning
symbol
Illuminates briefly
u
Antilock brake
system (ABS)
O
Turn lights
The parking lights are switched on.
L
Lane keep assist
L
Lane keep assist
Flashes
ò
Descent control
b
Electronic Stability
Turn lights or the hazard warning flashers
Control and Trac-
system
are activated.
tion Control system
Rapid flashing: failure of a turn light or
READY
Vehicle ready
associated fuse, failure of turn light on
&
Overload indicator
D
Autostop
trailer.
Y o
Low fuel
Bulb replacement 3 228.
8
Exterior light
!
Preheating
Turn lights 3 93.
9
Low beam
%
Exhaust filter
f
High beam assist
Seat belt reminder
Y
AdBlue
X illuminates or flashes in the instrument
>
Front fog light
cluster. Additionally, there is an indication
w
Deflation detection
<
Rain sensor
in the roof console. The big symbols refer
system
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to the seat belts of the front seats, the
constantly until the seat belt of the
Airbag deactivation
small symbols refer to the second row
respective seat is fastened.
rear seats.
Airbag and belt tensioners
v illuminates red.
When the ignition is switched on, the
control indicator illuminates for approx.
four seconds. If it does not illuminate,
does not extinguish after four seconds or
illuminates whilst driving, there is a fault
in the airbag system. Seek the assistance
of a workshop. The airbags and belt
pretensioners may fail to trigger in the
event of an accident.
ÓON illuminates yellow.
Deployment of the belt pretensioners or
The front passenger airbag is activated.
When the ignition is switched on, X
airbags is indicated by continuous
in the instrument cluster and the
illumination of v.
*OFF illuminates yellow.
symbols in the roof console come on
The front passenger airbag is
for a short time. For the front seats,
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deactivated.
X in the instrument cluster and the
Airbag deactivation 3 40.
symbols in the roof console
Have the cause of the fault remedied
illuminate until seat belt is fastened.
immediately by a workshop.
Charging system
When driving faster than 20 km/h /
Belt pretensioners 3 34.
p illuminates red.
12 mph and a seat belt is
unfastened, the symbol in the roof
Airbag system 3 36.
Illuminates when the ignition is switched
console for the respective seat
on and extinguishes shortly after the
flashes and a chime is audible. For
engine starts.
the second row rear seats, this only
applies if at least one rear seat belt
was previously fastened.
Aditionally, X illuminates in the
instrument cluster.
After two minutes the chime goes off
and X in the roof console illuminates
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Illuminates when the engine is
May illuminate together with other control
Stop engine as soon as possible and
running
indicators and a corresponding message
seek the assistance of a workshop.
in the Driver Information Centre.
Stop, switch off engine. Vehicle battery is
Seek the assistance of a workshop
Brake and clutch system
not charging. Engine cooling may be
immediately.
interrupted. The brake servo unit may
R illuminates red.
cease to be effective. Seek the
i
The brake and clutch fluid level is too low.
assistance of a workshop.
Illuminates permanently when the ignition
is switched on.
9
WARNING
Malfunction indicator light
A fault of the electric engine or the high
voltage battery has been detected.
Stop. Do not continue your journey.
Z illuminates or flashes yellow.
Consult a workshop.
Illuminates when the ignition is switched
Seek the assistance of a workshop
on and extinguishes shortly after the
immediately.
Parking brake
engine starts.
Stop engine
m illuminates red.
Illuminates when the engine is
Illuminates when the manual parking
running
STOP illuminates red.
brake is applied and ignition is switched
Illuminates briefly when the ignition is
Fault in the emission control system. The
on 3 173.
switched on.
permitted emission limits may be
exceeded. Seek the assistance of a
Illuminates together with other control
Electric parking brake
workshop immediately.
indicators, accompanied by a warning
chime and a corresponding message in
m illuminates or flashes red.
Flashes when the engine is running
the Driver Information Centre.
Illuminates
Fault that could lead to catalytic
Stop engine immediately and seek the
Electric parking brake is applied 3 173.
converter damage. Ease up on the
assistance of a workshop.
accelerator until the flashing stops. Seek
Flashes
the assistance of a workshop
System check
immediately.
Electric parking brake is not applied
J illuminates yellow or red.
automatically. The application or the
release is faulty.
Service vehicle soon
Illuminates yellow
C
/
i
illuminates yellow.
A minor engine fault has been detected.
C
Illuminates red
Illuminates briefly when the ignition is
switched on.
A major engine fault has been detected.
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If the control indicator does not
Illuminates green
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WARNING
extinguish after a few seconds, or if it
The system is switched on and ready to
illuminates while driving, there is a fault in
Have the cause of the fault remedied
operate.
the ABS. The brake system remains
immediately by a workshop.
operational but without ABS regulation.
Illuminates yellow
o illuminates yellow.
Antilock brake system 3 172.
The system approaches a detected lane
marking without using the turn light in
Illuminates
Gear shifting
that direction.
Automatic operation is deactivated or
R or S with a number beside it is
Flashes yellow
faulty. Activate automatic operation
indicated when gearshifting is
again or have the cause remedied by a
recommended for fuel saving reasons.
The system recognizes that the lane is
workshop in the event of a fault.
departed significantly.
Automatic operation 3 173.
Overload indicator
Lane keep assist 3 203.
& illuminates yellow.
Electric parking brake fault
Electronic Stability Control and
Illuminates when the overload indicator
E illuminates yellow.
Traction Control system
detects an exceeding of the maximum
authorised weight 3 58.
b illuminates or flashes yellow.
Illuminates
Illuminates
Electric parking brake has a fault 3 173.
Descent control system
A fault in the system is present.
ò
illuminates or flashes green.
9
WARNING
Continued driving is possible. Driving
Iluminates green
stability, however, may deteriorate
Have the cause of the fault remedied
depending on road surface conditions.
immediately by a workshop.
The system is switched on and ready to
Have the cause of the fault remedied by
operate.
a workshop.
Antilock brake system (ABS)
Flashes green
u illuminates yellow.
Flashes
The system is in operation.
Illuminates for a few seconds after the
The system is actively engaged. Engine
ignition is switched on. The system is
output may be reduced and the vehicle
ready for operation when the control
Lane keep assist
may be braked automatically to a small
indicator extinguishes.
degree.
a illuminates green or yellow, or flashes
yellow.
Electronic Stability Control and Traction
Control system 3 175.
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Selective ride control 3 177.
Illuminates temporarily
Illuminates
Start of saturation of the exhaust filter.
Tyre pressure loss in one or more wheels.
Engine coolant temperature
Start cleaning process as soon as
Stop immediately and check tyre
o illuminates red.
possible by driving at a vehicle speed of
pressure.
at least 60 km/h / 40 mph.
Illuminates when the engine is
Flashes
running
Illuminates constantly
Fault in system. Consult a workshop.
Stop, switch off engine.
Indication of a low additive level. Seek the
Deflation detection system 3 236.
assistance of a workshop.
CAUTION
Exhaust filter 3 163.
Engine oil pressure
Coolant temperature too high.
I illuminates red.
AdBlue
Illuminates when the ignition is switched
Check coolant level immediately 3 224.
Y flashes or illuminates yellow.
on and extinguishes shortly after the
If there is sufficient coolant, consult a
engine starts.
Illuminates yellow
workshop.
The remaining driving range is between
Illuminates when the engine is
running
800 km / 500 miles and 2400 km /
Preheating
1500 miles.
! illuminates yellow.
CAUTION
Flashes yellow
Preheating of diesel engine is activated.
Engine lubrication may be interrupted. This
Only activates when outside temperature
The remaining driving range is between
may result in damage to the engine and /
is low. Start the engine when control
0 km / 0 miles and 800 km / 500 miles.
or locking of the drive wheels.
indicator extinguishes.
AdBlue level is low. Refill AdBlue soon to
avoid prevention of the engine start.
1. Select neutral gear.
Exhaust filter
AdBlue 3 164.
2. Move out of the flow of traffic as
% or
C
illuminates yellow,
quickly as possible without impeding
accompanied by a message in the Driver
Deflation detection system
other vehicles.
Information Centre.
3. Switch off ignition.
w illuminates or flashes yellow.
The exhaust filter requires cleaning.
Continue driving until the control
indicator extinguishes.
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Reduced engine power
High beam assist
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M
illuminates yellow.
f illuminates green.
When the engine is off, considerably more
The charging level of the high voltage
The high beam assist is activated
force is needed to brake and steer. During
battery is low. Only reduced engine
3 92.
an Autostop the brake servo unit will still be
power is available.
operational.
LED headlights
Do not remove key until vehicle is
Autostop
stationary, otherwise the steering wheel
C
illuminates and a warning message
lock could engage unexpectedly.
D illuminates or flashes green.
is displayed in the Driver Information
Centre.
Keep engine turned off and let the vehicle
Illuminates green
Seek the assistance of a workshop.
be towed to a workshop.
Engine is in an Autostop.
Front fog lights
Low fuel
Flashes green
> illuminates green.
o illuminates yellow.
Autostop is temporarily unavailable, or
Autostop mode is invoked automatically.
The front fog lights are on 3 93.
Level in fuel tank is too low.
Refuelling 3 214.
Stop-start system 3 161.
Rear fog light
Bleeding the diesel fuel system 3 227.
Exterior light
r illuminates yellow.
Charging cable connected
8 illuminates green.
The rear fog light is on 3 94.
j
illuminates red.
The exterior lights are on 3 91.
Rain sensor
The vehicle plug of the charging cable is
Low beam
< illuminates green.
still connected to the charge port. The
vehicle cannot be started.
9 illuminates green.
Illuminated when rain sensor position on
Disconnect the vehicle plug from the
wiper lever is selected.
Illuminated when low beam is on.
charge port and close the charge port
flap.
Cruise control
High beam
Charging 3 207.
m illuminates white or green.
C illuminates blue.
Illuminates when high beam is on, during
Illuminates white
Vehicle ready
headlight flash 3 92.
The system is on.
READY illuminates green. The vehicle is
ready to be driven.
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Illuminates green
Active emergency braking
DISPLAYS
Cruise control is active. Set speed is
m illuminates or flashes yellow.
Driver Information Centre
indicated in the Driver Information
Centre.
Illuminates
Cruise control 3 178.
The system has been deactivated or a
fault has been detected.
Adaptive cruise control
Additionally, a warning message is
displayed in the Driver Information
m illuminates white or green.
Centre.
C illuminates in the Driver Information
Check the reason of the deactivation
Centre.
3 189 and in case of a system fault, seek
m illuminates white
the assistance of a workshop.
Depending on the version, the Driver
Information Centre may vary.
The system is on.
Flashes
m illuminates green
The system is actively engaged.
Depending on the situation, the vehicle
Adaptive cruise control is active.
may automatically brake moderately or
When Adaptive cruise control is on or
hard.
active, C with the set speed is indicated
Forward collision alert 3 188.
in the Driver Information Centre.
Front pedestrian protection 3 191.
In addition to warning lights, gauges and
Adaptive cruise control 3 183.
indicators, the following information is
Active emergency braking 3 189.
available:
Pedestrian safety alert fault
Speed limiter
● overall and trip odometer
K illuminates yellow.
● digital speed indication
ß illuminates in the Driver Information
The pedestrian safety alert is not
Centre when speed limiter is active. Set
● trip / autonomy information menu
working.
speed is indicated alongside ß symbol.
● gear shift indication
Side blind spot alert
Speed limiter 3 181.
● service information
● vehicle and warning messages
B illuminates continously green in the
Door open
instrument cluster.
● driver assistance systems
h illuminates red.
The system is active 3 197.
● pop-up messages
A door or the tailgate is open.
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Selecting menus and functions
Buttons of the Driver Information
Average fuel consumption
Centre
Display of average consumption. The
There are several ways to toggle
PressF, SET 000 or 000.
measurement can be reset at any time
between the respective menus and
functions:
Vehicle and service messages are
and starts with a default value.
popped up in the Driver Information
To reset, pressF for a few
Centre, if required. Scroll messages by
seconds.
using the above mentioned controls or
Average speed
buttons.
Display of average speed. The
Vehicle messages 3 88.
measurement can be reset at any time.
Trip / fuel information menu,
To reset, pressF for a few
baselevel display
seconds.
Information pages:
Fuel range
Range is calculated from current fuel level
and current consumption. The display
Press button.
shows average values.
After refuelling, the range is updated
automatically after a brief delay.
When the fuel level is low, a message
appears on the display and the control
indicator 2 in the fuel gauge illuminates
3 80.
Differerent pages with combined
Instantaneous fuel consumption
information can be selected.
Display of the instantaneous
Select the required page:
consumption.
Digital speed
Trip pages:
Digital display of the instantaneous
Trip odometer
speed.
Move thumb wheel upwards or
The recorded distance since the reset.
downwards on the steering wheel.
Stop and Start time counter
To reset, pressF for a few
A time counter adds up the time spent in
seconds.
Autostop during a journey.
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It resets to zero everytime the ignition is
The recorded distance since the reset.
Stop and Start time counter
switched on.
To reset, press SET 000 for a few
A time counter adds up the time spent in
Compass
seconds.
Autostop during a journey.
Displays the geographic direction of
Average fuel consumption
It resets to zero everytime the ignition is
driving.
switched on.
Display of average consumption. The
AdBlue range
measurement can be reset at any time
Compass
and starts with a default value.
PressF repeatedly until the AdBlue
Displays the geographic direction of
menu is shown.
To reset, press SET 000 for a few
driving.
seconds.
Indicates an estimate of the AdBlue level.
AdBlue range
A message indicates whether the level is
Average speed
Press SET 000 repeatedly until the
sufficient or low.
Display of average speed. The
AdBlue menu is shown.
AdBlue 3 164.
measurement can be reset at any time.
Indicates an estimate of the AdBlue level.
To reset, press SET 000 for a few
A message indicates whether the level is
Trip / fuel information menu, midlevel
seconds.
sufficient or low.
display
AdBlue 3 164.
Information pages:
Fuel range
Trip / fuel information menu, uplevel
Range is calculated from current fuel level
display
and current consumption. The display
shows average values.
After refuelling, the range is updated
automatically after a brief delay.
When the fuel level is low, a message
appears on the display and the control
indicator 2 in the fuel gauge illuminates
3 80.
Instantaneous fuel consumption
Differerent pages with combined
Display of the instantaneous
information can be selected.
consumption.
Select the required page:
Digital speed
Differerent pages with combined
Trip pages:
Digital display of the instantaneous
information can be selected.
Trip odometer
speed.
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Select the required page:
Digital display of the instantaneous
Trip pages:
speed.
Average speed
Trip pages:
Stop and Start time counter
Display of average speed. The
Trip odometer
A time counter adds up the time spent in
measurement can be reset at any time.
The recorded distance since the reset.
Autostop during a journey.
To reset, press 000 for a few seconds.
To reset, press 000 for a few seconds.
It resets to zero everytime the ignition is
Average consumption of electric energy
Average fuel consumption
switched on.
Display of average consumption. The
Display of average consumption. The
Compass
measurement can be reset at any time
measurement can be reset at any time
and starts with a default value.
Displays the geographic direction of
and starts with a default value.
driving.
To reset, press 000 for a few seconds.
To reset, press 000 for a few seconds.
AdBlue range
Trip odometer
Average speed
Press 000 repeatedly until the AdBlue
The recorded distance since the reset.
Display of average speed. The
menu is shown.
To reset, press 000 for a few seconds.
measurement can be reset at any time.
Indicates an estimate of the AdBlue level.
To reset, press 000 for a few seconds.
A message indicates whether the level is
Traffic sign assistant page
sufficient or low.
Displays recognised traffic signs.
Information pages:
AdBlue 3 164.
Fuel range
Flow page
Range is calculated from current fuel level
Trip / autonomy information menu,
Displays the current energy flow within
and current consumption. The display
display electric vehicle
the electric system.
shows average values.
Differerent pages with combined
Compass page
After refuelling, the range is updated
information can be selected.
Displays the geographic direction of
automatically after a brief delay.
Select the required page:
driving.
When the fuel level is low, a message
appears on the display and the control
Information page:
Digital speed page
indicator 2 in the fuel gauge illuminates
Average consumption of electric energy
Digital display of the instantaneous
3 80.
speed.
Display of average consumption. The
Instantaneous fuel consumption
measurement can be reset at any time
and starts with a default value.
Info Display
Display of the instantaneous
consumption.
To reset, press 000 for a few seconds.
The Info Displays can indicate:
Digital speed
● time 3 67
● outside temperature 3 67
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