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Wear eye protection and protective
To start the engine:
clothing when handling a battery.
1. Start the engine of the vehicle
Use a booster battery with the same
providing the jump.
voltage (12 V). Its capacity (Ah) must
2. After five minutes, start the other
not be much less than that of the
engine. Start attempts should be
discharged vehicle battery.
made for no longer than 15 s at an
Use jump leads with insulated
interval of 1 min.
terminals and a cross section of at
3. Allow both engines to idle for approx.
least 16 mm2 (25 mm2 for diesel
three minutes with the leads
engines).
connected.
Do not disconnect the discharged
4. Switch on electrical consumers e.g.
vehicle battery from the vehicle.
headlights, heated rear window of the
Open the positive terminal protection
Switch off all unnecessary electrical
vehicle receiving the jump start.
caps of both vehicle batteries.
consumers.
5. Reverse above sequence exactly
Lead connection order:
Do not lean over the vehicle battery
when removing leads.
1. Connect the red lead to the positive
during jump starting.
terminal of the booster battery.
Do not allow the terminals of one
2. Connect the other end of the red lead
lead to touch those of the other lead.
to the positive terminal of the
The vehicles must not come into
discharged battery.
contact with each other during the
3. Connect the black lead to the
jump starting process.
negative terminal of the booster
Apply the parking brake,
battery.
transmission in neutral, automatic
4. Connect the other end of the black
transmission in P.
lead to a vehicle grounding point of
your vehicle in the engine
compartment.
Route the leads so that they cannot
catch on rotating parts in the engine
compartment.
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TOWING
Screw in the towing eye as far as it will go
CAUTION
until it stops in a horizontal position.
Towing the vehicle
Attach a tow rope - or better still a tow
Drive slowly. Do not drive jerkily. Excessive
rod - to the towing eye.
tractive force can damage the vehicle.
The towing eye must only be used for
towing and not for recovering the vehicle.
When the engine is not running,
considerably more force is needed to
Switch on ignition to release steering
brake and steer.
wheel lock and to permit operation of
brake lights, horn and windscreen wiper.
To prevent the entry of exhaust gases
from the towing vehicle, switch on the air
CAUTION
recirculation and close the windows.
Deactivate the driver assistance systems
like active emergency braking 3 189,
otherwise the vehicle may automatically
brake during towing.
Wrap a cloth around the tip of a flat
screwdriver to prevent paint damage.
Switch the selector lever to neutral.
Insert the screwdriver in the slot at the
Release the parking brake.
lower part of the cap. Release the cap
carefully.
CAUTION
The towing eye is stowed with the vehicle
tools 3 234.
Never tow a vehicle equipped with All
Wheel Drive (AWD) with the front or rear
tyres on the road. If you tow a vehicle
When towing an electric vehicle or a
equipped with AWD while the front or rear
vehicle equipped with an automatic
tyres are rolling on the road, the drive
transmission, transport the vehicle on a
system in the vehicle could be severely
platform or tow it with the front wheels
damaged. When towing vehicles
equipped with AWD, all four tyres must not
lifted.
be in contact with the road.
Seek the assistance of a workshop.
After towing, unscrew the towing eye.
Insert cap with the flange into the recess
and fix cap by pushing.
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Towing another vehicle
Screw in the towing eye as far as it will go
APPEARANCE CARE
until it stops in a horizontal position.
Exterior care
The lashing eye at the rear underneath
the vehicle must never be used as a
Locks
towing eye.
Attach a tow rope - or better still a tow
The locks are lubricated at the factory
rod - to the towing eye.
using a high quality lock cylinder grease.
Use a de-icing agent only when
The towing eye must only be used for
absolutely necessary, as this has a
towing and not for recovering a vehicle.
degreasing effect and impairs lock
function. After using a de-icing agent,
CAUTION
have the locks regreased by a workshop.
Drive slowly. Do not drive jerkily. Excessive
Washing
tractive force can damage the vehicle.
Wrap a cloth around the tip of a flat
The paintwork of your vehicle is exposed
screwdriver to prevent paint damage.
to environmental influences.
After towing, unscrew the towing eye.
Insert the screwdriver in the slot at the
Insert cap with the upper flange into the
Bird droppings, dead insects, resin,
lower part of the cap. Release the cap
recess and fix cap by pushing.
pollen and the like should be cleaned off
carefully.
immediately, as they contain aggressive
The towing eye is stowed with the vehicle
constituents which can cause paint
tools 3 234.
damage.
If using a vehicle wash, comply with the
vehicle wash manufacturer's
instructions. The windscreen wiper and
rear window wiper must be switched off.
Remove antenna and external
accessories such as roof racks etc.
If you wash your vehicle by hand, make
sure that the insides of the wheel
housings are also thoroughly rinsed out.
Wax painted parts of the vehicle
regularly.
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Clean edges and folds on opened doors
Plastic body parts must not be treated
Clean rims with a pH-neutral wheel
and the bonnet as well as the areas they
with wax or polishing agents.
cleaner.
cover.
Rims are painted and can be treated with
Windows and wiper blades
Clean bright metal mouldings with a
the same agents as the body.
cleaning solution approved for aluminium
Switch off wipers before handling in their
Paintwork damage
to avoid damages.
areas.
Use a soft lint-free cloth or chamois
Rectify minor paintwork damage with a
CAUTION
leather together with window cleaner and
touch-up pen before rust forms. Have
insect remover.
more extensive damage or rust areas
Always use a cleaning agent with a pH
repaired by a workshop.
When cleaning the rear window from
value of 4 to 9.
inside, always wipe in parallel to the
Do not use cleaning agents on hot
Underbody
heating element to prevent damage.
surfaces.
Some areas of the vehicle underbody
For mechanical removal of ice, use a
have a PVC undercoating while other
Do not clean the engine compartment
sharp-edged ice scraper. Press the
critical areas have a durable protective
with a steam-jet or high-pressure jet
scraper firmly against the glass so that no
wax coating.
cleaner.
dirt can get under it and scratch the
glass.
After the underbody is washed, check
Thoroughly rinse and leather-off the
the underbody and have it waxed if
vehicle. Rinse leather frequently. Use
Clean smearing wiper blades with a soft
necessary.
separate leathers for painted and glass
cloth and window cleaner. Also make
surfaces: remnants of wax on the
sure to remove any residues such as
Bitumen / rubber materials could
windows will impair vision.
wax, insect residues and similar from the
damage the PVC coating. Have
window.
underbody work carried out by a
Have the door hinges of all doors
workshop.
greased by a workshop.
Ice residues, pollution and continuous
wiping on dry windows will damage or
Before and after winter, wash the
Exterior lights
even destroy the wiper blades.
underbody and have the protective wax
coating checked.
Headlight and other light covers are
Glass panel
made of plastic. Do not use any abrasive
or caustic agents, do not use an ice
Use a soft lint-free cloth or chamois
scraper, and do not clean them dry.
leather together with window cleaner to
clean the glass panel.
Polishing and waxing
Wheels and tyres
Polishing is necessary only if the paint
has become dull or if solid deposits have
Do not use high-pressure jet cleaners.
become attached to it.
248
Liquid gas system
Clean fabric upholstery with a vacuum
Floor mats
cleaner and brush. Remove stains with
an upholstery cleaner.
9
DANGER
9
WARNING
Clothing fabrics may not be colourfast.
Liquid gas is heavier than air and can
This could cause visible discolourations,
If a floor mat has the wrong size or is not
collect in sink points.
properly installed, it can interfere with
especially on light-coloured upholstery.
Take care when performing work at the
Removable stains and discolourations
pedals, what can cause unintended
underbody in a pit.
acceleration or increased stopping
should be cleaned as soon as possible.
distance which can cause a crash and
Clean seat belts with lukewarm water or
injury.
For painting work and when using a
interior cleaner.
drying booth at a temperature above
Use the following guidelines for proper
60 °C, the liquid gas tank must be
CAUTION
floor mat usage.
removed.
● The original equipment floor mats
Do not make any modifications to the
Close Velcro fasteners as open Velcro
were designed for this vehicle. If the
liquid gas system.
fasteners on clothing could damage seat
floor mats need to be replaced, it is
upholstery.
Towing equipment
recommended to buy certified floor
The same applies to clothing with sharp-
mats which fit properly and are fixed
Do not clean the coupling ball bar with a
edged objects, like zips or belts or studded
by the retainers on the driver side.
jeans.
steam-jet or high-pressure jet cleaner.
Always check that the floor mats do
not interfere with the pedals.
Plastic and rubber parts
Interior care
● Use the floor mat with the correct
Plastic and rubber parts can be cleaned
side up. Do not turn it over.
Interior and upholstery
with the same cleaner as used to clean
● Do not place anything on top of the
the body. Use interior cleaner if
Only clean the vehicle interior, including
driver side floor mat.
necessary. Do not use any other agent.
the instrument panel fascia and
Avoid solvents and petrol in particular. Do
● Use only a single floor mat on the
panelling, with a dry cloth or interior
not use high-pressure jet cleaners.
driver side.
cleaner.
Clean the leather upholstery with clear
Inserting and removing the floor
water and a soft cloth. In case of heavy
mats
soiling, use leather care.
The driver side floor mat is held in place
The instrument cluster and the displays
by two retainers.
should only be cleaned using a soft damp
cloth. If necessary use a weak soap
solution.
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To install the floor mat:
1. Move the seat backwards as far as
possible.
2. Align slots in the mat with the
retainers, as shown.
3. Push the mat to the floor.
Removing
1. Move the seat backwards as far as
possible.
2. Remove the mat.
250
SERVICE AND
GENERAL INFORMATION
Make sure that the Service and warranty
MAINTENANCE
booklet is completed correctly as
Service information
continuous proof of service is essential if
any warranty or goodwill claims are to be
In order to ensure economical and safe
met, and is also a benefit when selling the
vehicle operation and to maintain the
General information
251
vehicle.
value of your vehicle, it is of vital
Service information
251
importance that all maintenance work is
Scheduled maintenance
252
carried out at the proper intervals as
Service schedules
252
specified.
Recommended fluids, lubricants
The detailed, up-to-date service
and parts
266
schedule for your vehicle is available at
Recommended fluids and
the workshop.
lubricants
266
Severe operating conditions exist if one
or more of the following circumstances
occur frequently: Cold starting, stop and
go operation, e.g. for taxis and police
vehicles, trailer operation, mountain
driving, driving on poor and sandy road
surfaces, increased air pollution,
presence of airborne sand and high dust
content, driving at high altitude and large
variations of temperature.
Under these severe operating conditions,
certain service work may be required
more frequently than the regular service
interval indicated in the service display.
Contact a workshop for customised
service schedules.
Service display 3 73.
Confirmations
Confirmation of service is recorded in the
Service and warranty booklet. The date
and mileage is completed with the stamp
and signature of the servicing workshop.
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SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE
Service schedules
1.2 petrol engine
Thousands of miles
12.5
25
37.5
50
62.5
75
87.5
100
112.5
125
137.5
150
#
Thousands of kilometres
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
240
Years
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Check (low voltage, ancillaries, remote control, telematic box module,
1
etc.) batteries condition
Check tyre condition / wear (including the spare wheel) and, if
2
necessary, adjust pressure; check the expiry date of the tyre repair kit
Check condition and operation of lighting system (headlights, direction
3
indicators, hazard warning lights, boot, passenger compartment,
glovebox, warning lights, etc.)
4
Check horn
Check operation of the windscreen wiper / washer system and adjust
5
nozzles, if necessary
6
Check windscreen / rear window wiper blade position and wear
Check cleanliness of bonnet and load compartment locks, cleanliness
7
and lubrication of linkage
252
Thousands of miles
12.5
25
37.5
50
62.5
75
87.5
100
112.5
125
137.5
150
#
Thousands of kilometres
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
240
Years
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Check the conditon of exterior bodywork, the fixing of under-body
protectors, the sealing of rubber elements (gaiters, sleeves, bushes,
8
etc.), hoses and pipes (exhaust line, fuel system, brakes, radiator,
engine, gearbox) and their housings
Check condition of front brake calipers, discs, pads and operation of
9
pad wear indicator
Check condition of rear brake calipers, discs, pads and operation of
10
pad wear indicator
11
Check front and rear brake pad wear with removed wheels
12
Check dampers sealing
13
Check brake pedal
Check clutch travel and adjust if necessary or check the condition of
14
the automatic wear compensation device
15
Check parking brake lever travel and adjust, if necessary
Check and, if necessary, top up engine compartment fluid levels
16
(engine coolant, high voltage battery coolant, brakes, windscreen
washer fluid, etc.)1)
17
Check pH value of engine coolant
2)
18
Replace engine coolant
3)
253
Thousands of miles
12.5
25
37.5
50
62.5
75
87.5
100
112.5
125
137.5
150
#
Thousands of kilometres
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
240
Years
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
19
Road test
4)
20
Auto diagnostic memories reading check
21
Check the condition and tensioning of the ancillaries drive belt(s)
22
Check the timing belt width
23
Check cleanliness of sliding side door lower guides
24
Check of the air filter clogging
5)
25
Replacement of fuel filter
6)
26
Replacement of ancillaries drive belt
7)
27
Replacement of ancillaries drive belt kit
8)
28
Replacement of timing belt and coolant pump belt
7)
29
Replacement of timing kit and coolant pump belt
8)
30
Replacement of air filter
9)
31
Change engine oil and replace oil filter10)
32
Change the brake fluid
11)
33
Replacement of passenger compartment filter10)
254
Thousands of miles
12.5
25
37.5
50
62.5
75
87.5
100
112.5
125
137.5
150
# Thousands of kilometres
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
240
Years
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
34
Service indicator reinitialisation
1)
Only ever use the fluids shown in the Owner's Manual for topping up, and only after checking that the system is intact.
2)
after 120,000 km / 4 years and then every service
3)
when pH<6.3 or every 180,000 km / 10 years; in case of usage in arduous conditions: every 165,000 km / 10 years; in case of usage out of
Europe: every 160,000 km / 10 years
4)
recommended any time, static checks are not enough to identify vehicle issue(s)
5)
outside Europe: after 10,000 km and then every 20,000 km
6)
outside Europe: every 40,000 km
7)
after 100,000 km / 6 years and then every 200,000 km / 12 years; with arduous conditions or outside Europe: after 90,000 km / 6 years and
then every 180,000 km / 12 years
8)
every 200,000 km / 12 years; with arduous conditions or outside Europe: every 180,000 km / 12 years
9)
every 40,000 km / 4 years; with arduous conditions: every 30,000 km / 4 years; outside Europe: every 20,000 km / 4 years
10)
with arduous conditions in Europe: every year / 15,000 km; with arduous conditions outside Europe: every year / 10,000 km
11)
every 2 years
Service intervals with arduous conditions in Europe: every year / 15,000 km; with arduous conditions outside Europe: every year /
10,000 km
255
1.5 diesel engine
Thousands of miles
25
50
75
100
125
150
#
Thousands of kilometres
40
80
120
160
200
240
Years
2
4
6
8
10
12
1
Check (low voltage, ancillaries, remote control, telematic box module, etc.) batteries condition
Check tyre condition / wear (including the spare wheel) and, if necessary, adjust pressure; check the expiry
2
date of the tyre repair kit
Check condition and operation of lighting system (headlights, direction indicators, hazard warning lights, boot,
3
passenger compartment, glovebox, warning lights, etc.)
4
Check horn
5
Check operation of the windscreen wiper / washer system and adjust nozzles, if necessary
6
Check windscreen / rear window wiper blade position and wear
7
Check cleanliness of bonnet and load compartment locks, cleanliness and lubrication of linkage
Check the conditon of exterior bodywork, the fixing of under-body protectors, the sealing of rubber elements
8
(gaiters, sleeves, bushes, etc.), hoses and pipes (exhaust line, fuel system, brakes, radiator, engine, gearbox)
and their housings
9
Check condition of front brake calipers, discs, pads and operation of pad wear indicator
10
Check condition of rear brake calipers, discs, pads and operation of pad wear indicator
11
Check front and rear brake pad wear with removed wheels
12
Check dampers sealing
256
Thousands of miles
25
50
75
100
125
150
#
Thousands of kilometres
40
80
120
160
200
240
Years
2
4
6
8
10
12
13
Check brake pedal
14
Check clutch travel and adjust if necessary or check the condition of the automatic wear compensation device
15
Check parking brake lever travel and adjust, if necessary
Check and, if necessary, top up engine compartment fluid levels (engine coolant, high voltage battery coolant,
16
brakes, windscreen washer fluid, etc.)12)
17
Check pH value of engine coolant
13)
18
Replace engine coolant
14)
19
Road test
15)
20
Auto diagnostic memories reading check
21
Check the condition and tensioning of the ancillaries drive belt(s)
22
Check cleanliness of sliding side door lower guides
23
Check of the clogging of the exhaust filter16)
24
Check and bleed fuel filter if necessary
25
Replacement of fuel filter
17)
26
Replacement of ancillaries drive belt
18)
257
Thousands of miles
25
50
75
100
125
150
# Thousands of kilometres
40
80
120
160
200
240
Years
2
4
6
8
10
12
27
Replacement of ancillaries drive belt kit
19)
28
Replacement of timing belt
20)
29
Replacement of timing kit and coolant pump belt
19)
30
Replacement of air filter
21)
31
Change engine oil and replace oil filter22)
32
Change the brake fluid
23)
33
Replacement of passenger compartment filter22)
34
Service indicator reinitialisation
12)
Only ever use the fluids shown in the Owner's Manual for topping up, and only after checking that the system is intact.
13)
after 120,000 km / 4 years and then every service
14)
when pH<6.3
15)
recommended any time, static checks are not enough to identify vehicle issue(s)
16)
with arduous conditions in Europe: after 180,000 km and then every 20,000 km; outside Europe: after 180,000 km and then every 10,000 km
17)
every 40,000 km / 4 years; outside Europe: every 20,000 km / 4 years
18)
every 120,000 km / 6 years; outside Europe with dusty conditions: every 90,000 km / 5 years
19)
every 200,000 km / 10 years; with arduous conditions: every 180,000 km / 10 years; outside Europe: every 160,000 km / 10 years; nordic
countries: every 5 years
20)
outside Europe with dusty conditions: every 80,000 km / 5 years
21)
every 40,000 km / 4 years; with arduous conditions: every 30,000 km / 4 years; outside Europe: every 10,000 km / 4 years
22)
with arduous conditions in Europe: every year / 15,000 km; outside Europe: every year / 10,000 km
23)
every 2 years
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Service intervals with arduous conditions in Europe: every year / 15,000 km; with arduous conditions outside Europe: every year /
10,000 km
1.6 diesel engine
Thousands of miles
16
32
48
64
80
96
112
128
144
160
176
192
#
Thousands of kilometres
25
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
275
300
Years
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Check (low voltage, ancillaries, remote control, telematic box module, etc.)
1
batteries condition
Check tyre condition / wear (including the spare wheel) and, if necessary,
2
adjust pressure; check the expiry date of the tyre repair kit
Check condition and operation of lighting system (headlights, direction
3
indicators, hazard warning lights, boot, passenger compartment, glovebox,
warning lights, etc.)
4
Check horn
Check operation of the windscreen wiper / washer system and adjust nozzles,
5
if necessary
6
Check windscreen / rear window wiper blade position and wear
Check cleanliness of bonnet and load compartment locks, cleanliness and
7
lubrication of linkage
Check the conditon of exterior bodywork, the fixing of under-body protectors,
the sealing of rubber elements (gaiters, sleeves, bushes, etc.), hoses and
8
pipes (exhaust line, fuel system, brakes, radiator, engine, gearbox) and their
housings
259
Thousands of miles
16
32
48
64
80
96
112
128
144
160
176
192
#
Thousands of kilometres
25
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
275
300
Years
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Check condition of front brake calipers, discs, pads and operation of pad
9
wear indicator
Check condition of rear brake calipers, discs, pads and operation of pad wear
10
indicator
11
Check front and rear brake pad wear with removed wheels
12
Check dampers sealing
13
Check brake pedal
Check clutch travel and adjust if necessary or check the condition of the
14
automatic wear compensation device
15
Check parking brake lever travel and adjust, if necessary
Check and, if necessary, top up engine compartment fluid levels (engine
16
coolant, high voltage battery coolant, brakes, windscreen washer fluid, etc.)
24)
17
Check pH value of engine coolant
25)
18
Replace engine coolant
26)
19
Road test
27)
20
Auto diagnostic memories reading check
260
Thousands of miles
16
32
48
64
80
96
112
128
144
160
176
192
#
Thousands of kilometres
25
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
275
300
Years
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
21
Check the condition and tensioning of the ancillaries drive belt(s)
22
Check cleanliness of sliding side door lower guides
23
Check of the clogging of the exhaust filter28)
24
Check and bleed fuel filter if necessary
25
Replacement of fuel filter
29)
26
Check of the exhaust filter additive level by diagnostic tool, if provided30)
27
Replacement of ancillaries drive belt
31)
28
Replacement of ancillaries drive belt kit
32)
29
Replacement of timing belt
33)
30
Replacement of timing kit and coolant pump belt
32)
31
Replacement of air filter
34)
32
Change engine oil and replace oil filter35)
33
Change the brake fluid
36)
34
Replacement of passenger compartment filter35)
261
Thousands of miles
16
32
48
64
80
96
112
128
144
160
176
192
# Thousands of kilometres
25
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
275
300
Years
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
35
Service indicator reinitialisation
24)
Only ever use the fluids shown in the Owner's Manual for topping up, and only after checking that the system is intact.
25)
after 125,000 km / 4 years and then every service
26)
when pH<6.3
27)
recommended any time, static checks are not enough to identify vehicle issue(s)
28)
with arduous conditions in Europe: after 150,000 km and then every 15,000 km; outside Europe: after 150,000 km and then every 10,000 km
29)
every 50,000 km / 4 years; outside Europe: every 20,000 km / 4 years
30)
with arduous conditions: after 90,000 km and then every 15,000 km; outside Europe: after 90,000 km and then every 10,000 km
31)
every 125,000 km / 6 years; outside Europe with dusty conditions: every 90,000 km / 5 years
32)
every 175,000 km / 10 years; with arduous conditions: every 165,000 km / 10 years; outside Europe: every 160,000 km / 10 years; nordic
countries: every 5 years
33)
outside Europe with dusty conditions: every 80,000 km / 5 years
34)
every 50,000 km / 4 years; with arduous conditions: every 30,000 km / 4 years; outside Europe: every 10,000 km / 4 years
35)
with arduous conditions in Europe: every year / 15,000 km; outside Europe: every year / 10,000 km
36)
every 2 years
Service intervals with arduous conditions in Europe: every year / 15,000 km; with arduous conditions outside Europe: every year /
10,000 km
262
Electric vehicle
Thousands of miles
12.5
25
50
75
100
125
150
#
Thousands of kilometres
20
40
80
120
160
200
240
Years
1
2
4
6
8
10
12
Check tyre condition / wear (including the spare wheel) and, if necessary, adjust pressure; check the
1
expiry date of the tyre repair kit
2
Check (low voltage, ancillaries, remote control, telematic box module, etc.) batteries condition
Check condition and operation of lighting system (headlights, direction indicators, hazard warning lights,
3
boot, passenger compartment, glovebox, warning lights, etc.)
4
Check horn
5
Check operation of the windscreen wiper / washer system and adjust nozzles, if necessary
6
Check windscreen / rear window wiper blade position and wear
7
Check cleanliness of bonnet and load compartment locks, cleanliness and lubrication of linkage
8
Check the conditon of exterior bodywork, the fixing of under-body protectors
9
Check condition of front brake calipers, discs, pads and operation of pad wear indicator
10
Check condition of rear brake calipers, discs, pads and operation of pad wear indicator
11
Check front and rear brake pad wear with removed wheels
12
Check dampers sealing
13
Check brake pedal
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Thousands of miles
12.5
25
50
75
100
125
150
#
Thousands of kilometres
20
40
80
120
160
200
240
Years
1
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
Check parking brake lever travel and adjust, if necessary
Check and, if necessary, top up engine compartment fluid levels (engine coolant, high voltage battery
15
coolant, brakes, windscreen washer fluid, etc.)37)
16
Check pH value of coolant
38)
17
Replace coolant
39)
18
Road test
40)
19
Auto diagnostic memories reading check
20
Diagnostic check of vehicle systems functionality (vehicle control units, high voltage battery, etc.)
21
Check of the air conditioning system effectiveness
22
Check cleanliness of sliding side door lower guides
23
Change the brake fluid
41)
24
Replacement of passenger compartment filter42)
25
Check electric charging socket and cables condition
26
Service indicator reinitialisation
37)
Only ever use the fluids shown in the Owner's Manual for topping up, and only after checking that the system is intact.
38)
after 120,000 km / 4 years and then every service
264
39) when pH<6.3
40) recommended any time, static checks are not enough to identify vehicle issue(s)
41) every 2 years
42) outside Europe: every 25,000 km / 1 year
Service intervals outside Europe: every year / 25,000 km
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RECOMMENDED FLUIDS,
Engine oils of different manufacturers
approx. -37 °C. This concentration
LUBRICANTS AND PARTS
and brands can be mixed as long as they
should be maintained all year round. The
comply with the required engine oil
use of additional coolant additives that
Recommended fluids and lubricants
quality and viscosity.
intend to give additional corrosion
protection or seal against minor leaks
Only use products that meet the
Select the appropriate engine oil based
can cause function problems. Liability for
recommended specifications.
on its quality and on the minimum
consequences resulting from the use of
ambient temperature 3 269.
additional coolant additives will be
9
WARNING
Additional engine oil additives
rejected.
Operating materials are hazardous and
The use of additional engine oil additives
Washer fluid
could be poisonous. Handle with care. Pay
could cause damage and invalidate the
attention to information given on the
warranty.
Use only washer fluid approved for the
containers.
vehicle to prevent damage of wiper
Engine oil viscosity grades
blades, paintwork, plastic and rubber
Engine oil
The SAE viscosity grade gives
parts. Consult a workshop.
information of the thickness of the engine
Engine oil is identified by its quality and
oil.
Brake fluid
its viscosity. Quality is more important
than viscosity when selecting which
Multigrade engine oil is indicated by two
Over time, brake fluid absorbs moisture
engine oil to use. The engine oil quality
figures, e.g. SAE 5W-30. The first figure,
which will reduce braking effectiveness.
ensures e.g. engine cleanliness, wear
followed by a W, indicates the low
The brake fluid should therefore be
protection and engine oil aging control,
temperature viscosity and the second
replaced at the specified interval.
whereas viscosity grade gives
figure the high temperature viscosity.
AdBlue
information on the engine oil's thickness
Select the appropriate viscosity grade
over a temperature range.
depending on the minimum ambient
Only use AdBlue to reduce the nitrogen
Select the appropriate engine oil based
temperature 3 269.
oxides in the exhaust emission.
on its quality and on the minimum
All of the recommended viscosity grades
ambient temperature 3 269.
are suitable for high ambient
temperatures.
Topping up engine oil
Coolant and antifreeze
CAUTION
Use only antifreeze approved for the
vehicle. Consult a workshop.
In case of any spilled engine oil, wipe it up
and dispose of it properly.
The system is factory filled with coolant
designed for excellent corrosion
protection and frost protection down to
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TECHNICAL DATA
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
The identification plate is located on the
front left or right door frame. The layout
Vehicle identification number
and position differ for some export
countries.
Vehicle identification
267
Vehicle identification number
267
Identification plate
267
Engine identification
268
Vehicle data
269
Recommended fluids and
lubricants
269
Engine data
271
Vehicle dimensions
272
Tyre pressures
273
The Vehicle Identification Number may
be embossed on the instrument panel,
Information on identification label:
visible through the windscreen.
1 : manufacturer
2 : type approval number
Identification plate
3 : vehicle identification number
4 : permissible gross vehicle weight
rating in kg
5 : permissible gross train weight in kg
6 : maximum permissible front axle load
in kg
7 : maximum permissible rear axle load
in kg
8 : manufacturer address, vehicle-
specific or country-specific data
The combined total of front and rear axle
loads must not exceed the permissible
gross vehicle weight.
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Vehicle's kerb weight depends on the
specification of the vehicle, e.g. optional
equipment and accessories. Refer to the
EEC Certificate of Conformity provided
with your vehicle or other national
registration documents.
The technical data is determined in
accordance with European Community
standards. We reserve the right to make
modifications. Specifications in the
vehicle documents always have priority
over those given in this manual.
Engine identification
The technical data tables show the
engine identifier code.
Engine data 3 271.
To identify the respective engine, refer to
the engine power in the EEC Certificate
of Conformity provided with your vehicle
or other national registration documents.
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VEHICLE DATA
Recommended fluids and lubricants
Engine
1.2 EB2ADT - MT6
1.5 DV5RC - DV5RCf
1.6 DV6DR -
Electric
Prescribed fuels and original lubricants
€6.4 (PETROL)
MT6/AT8
€6.4
MT5
€5
vehicle
(DIESEL)
(DIESEL)
(ZAE)
Fuel tank [l]
53
-
Unleaded petrol with at least 95 - EN228 speci-
fications1)
60
60
Diesel for motor engine (EN590 specification)
Engine cooling
-
-
-
13
Contact a dealer or a qualified workshop
system [l]
Engine sump [l]
3
3.5 2)
3.25
-
SAE 0W-20 - ACEA C5 B71 2010 (1.2 petrol -
1.5 diesel)
(after engine oil
4.9 3)
change)
Selenia ECO2 CP - SAE 0W30 B71 2312 (1.6
diesel)
Engine sump
3.5
4 2)
3.75
-
and filter [l]
SAE 5W30 ACEA C3 - API SN Plus 4)
5.3 3)
Gearbox casing
-
7
-
-
Olio AW2
differential (AT8)
[l]
Gearbox casing
-
-
1.9
-
Tutela Transmission Experya
differential (MT5)
[l]
Gearbox casing
1.8
1.8
-
-
Tutela Transmission Experya
differential (MT6)
[l]
Hydraulic brake
Top up the levels
Top up the levels
Top up the levels
Top up the
FMVSS Nr. 116, ISO 4925, SAE J 1703 and
circuit [kg]
levels
SAE J 1704.
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Engine
1.2 EB2ADT - MT6
1.5 DV5RC - DV5RCf
1.6 DV6DR -
Electric
Prescribed fuels and original lubricants
€6.4 (PETROL)
MT6/AT8
€6.4
MT5
€5
vehicle
(DIESEL)
(DIESEL)
(ZAE)
Windscreen and
5
5
5
5
Mixture of water and liquid
rear window
PETRONAS DURANCE SC 35
washer fluid [l]
Electric drive unit
-
-
-
1.1 (RGM) Tutela Transmission Experya
BEV [l]
High-voltage
-
-
-
-5)
Contact a dealer or a qualified workshop
cooling system [l]
AdBlue tank
-
17
17
-
AdBlue (DIN 70070 and ISO 22241-1
capacity approx.
specifications)
[l]
1)
The maximum engine power and the car's performance can only be guaranteed with lead-free petrol with RON 95 or higher
2)
Passenger vehicle
3)
Cargo vehicle
4)
For a specific country
5)
Not available at time of printing.
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Engine data
Sales designation
1.2 Turbo
1.5 Turbo
1.5 Turbo
1.6 Turbo
Electric vehicle
Engineering code
EB2ADT
DV5RC
DV5RCf
DV6DR
-
Piston displacement [cm3]
1199
1499
1499
1560
-
Engine power [kW]
81
96
75
68
100
at rpm
5500
3750
3750
4000
-
Torque [Nm]
205
300
240
230
260
at rpm
1750
1750
1750
1750
-
Fuel type
Petrol
Diesel
Diesel
Diesel
-
Octane rating RON6)7)
recommended
95
-
-
-
-
possible
98
-
-
-
-
6)
A country specific label at the fuel filler flap can supersede the engine specific requirement.
7)
In certain countries, the use of a particular fuel, e.g. a specific octane rating, may be required to ensure proper engine operation.
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Vehicle dimensions
Size
L1
L2
Length [mm]
4403
4753
Width without exterior mirrors [mm]
1848
1848
Width with exterior mirrors [mm]
2107
2107
Passenger vehicle
1800 - 1807
1812 - 1818
Height without roof railing [mm]
Passenger vehicle
1837 - 1844
1843 - 1849
Height with roof railing [mm]
Electric passenger vehicle
1841
1880
Height with roof railing [mm]
Cargo vehicle
1796 - 1851
1815 - 1821
Height without roof railing [mm]
Cargo vehicle
1797 - 1998
1845 - 1857
Height with roof railing [mm]
Electric cargo vehicle
1796 - 1860
1812 - 1860
Height with roof railing [mm]
Wheelbase [mm]
2785
2975 / 2977
Turning circle diameter [m]
10.8 / 11
11.5 / 11.8
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Tyre pressures
Cargo vehicle
Payload 650 kg
Vehicle with up to 3 people
With full load
Tyres
front
rear
front
rear
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
195/65 R16
260/2,6 (38)
290/2,9 (42)
260/2,6 (38)
320/3,2 (46)
205/60 R16
250/2,5 (36)
250/2,5 (36)
250/2,5 (36)
320/3,2 (46)
215/65 R16
260/2,6 (38)
280/2,8 (41)
260/2,6 (38)
300/3,0 (44)
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Payload 1000 kg
Vehicle with up to 3 people
With full load
Tyres
front
rear
front
rear
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
205/60 R16
250/2,5 (36)
290/2,9 (42)
250/2,5 (36)
290/2,9 (42)
215/65 R16
260/2,6 (38)
280/2,8 (41)
260/2,6 (38)
300/3,0 (44)
Passenger vehicle
Vehicle with up to 3 people
With full load
Tyres
front
rear
front
rear
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
195/65 R16
260/2,6 (38)
290/2,9 (42)
260/2,6 (38)
320/3,2 (46)
205/60 R16
240/2,4 (35)
240/2,4 (35)
260/2,6 (38)
320/3,2 (46)
205/60 R17
250/2,5 (36)
250/2,5 (36)
260/2,6 (38)
320/3,2 (46)
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CUSTOMER INFORMATION
CUSTOMER INFORMATION
Operation frequency Maximum output
(MHz)
(dBm)
Declaration of conformity
2400.0
- 2483.5
2.2
Customer information
275
Radio transmission systems
2400.0
- 2483.5
15
Declaration of conformity
275
This vehicle has systems that transmit
REACH
276
and / or receive radio waves subject to
Infotainment system Radio
Software update
276
Directive 2014/53/EU and
Registered trademarks
277
Clarion
The Radio Equipment Regulations 2017
Vehicle data recording and privacy . 278
by the United Kingdom. The
244 rue du Pré à Varois, 54670 Custines,
Event data recorders
278
manufacturers of the systems listed
France
Radio Frequency Identification
below declare conformity with
Operation frequency: 2400 - 2480 MHz
(RFID)
280
Directive 2014/53/EU and
Maximum output: 4 dBm
The Radio Equipment Regulations 2017.
The full text of the EU declaration of
Infotainment system Multimedia
conformity for each system is available at
Robert Bosch Car Multimedia GmbH
the following internet address: https://
Robert-Bosch-Straße 200, 31139
aftersales.fiat.com/eLum/.
Hildesheim, Germany
Importer is FCA Italy S.p.A. - MOPAR -
Operation frequency Maximum output
Technical Service Operation, Via Adige 7,
(MHz)
(dBm)
10040 Rivalta di Torino (TO), Italy.
2402.0
- 2480.0
17
Infotainment system
Multimedia Navi Pro
2412.0
- 2472.0
4.15
Continental
LCIE Bureau Veritas-Site de Fontenay
Antenna module
aux Roses, 33 avenue du général
Yokowo Manufacturing of America, LLC
Leclerc, 92260 Fontenay aux Roses,
28221 Beck Road, Unit A-21
France
Wixom, MI 48394, USA
Operation frequency: N/A
Maximum output: N/A
ASK Automotive Pvt. Ltd.
275
Unit 2 Plot No. 30-31, Fathepur-Nawada,
Operation frequency: 125 kHz
Remote device management and
Manesar, Gurugram, Haryana 122050,
remote software and firmware
Maximum output: 5 dBμA/m at 10 m
India
updates
ICASA type approval numbers
Operation frequency: N/A
As an integral part of the service related
Maximum output: N/A
List of all Independent Communications
to the performance of subscribed
Authority of South Africa (ICASA) type
connected service contracts, necessary
Radio remote control transmitter
approval numbers:
device management and necessary
Hülsbeck & Fürst GmbH & Co. KG
software and firmware updates related to
TA-2016/121, TA-2016/3261,
Steeger Straße 17
TA-2017/2387,TA-2017/2745,
the software and firmware for the named
connected service will be performed
42551 Velbert, Germany
TA-2013/430, TA-2017/1106,
remotely, in particular by using over-the-
TA-2016/929, TA-2017/3180
Operation frequency: 433.92 MHz
air technology.
Maximum output: 10 dBm
For this, a secure radio network
REACH
connection between the vehicle and the
Radio remote control receiver
Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation
device management server will be
Delphi European, Middle Eastern &
and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) is
established when ignition is switched on
African Regional Offices Customer
a European Union regulation adopted to
and a mobile network is available.
Technology
improve the protection of human health
Depending on the equipment of the
and the environment from the risks that
Center Avenue de Luxembourg, L-4940
vehicle, connection configuration must
can be posed by chemicals. Visit our
Bascharage, G.D. of Luxembourg
be set to Connected vehicle to allow
website for further information and for
the establishment of the radio network
Operation frequency: 119 - 128.6
access to the Article 33 communication.
connection.
Maximum output: 16 dBµA/m @ 10 m
Irrespective of a valid connected service
Software update
Electronic key transmitter
subscription, remote product security or
Valeo
The Infotainment system can download
product safety related device
and install selected software updates
management and software and firmware
43 Rue Bayen, 75017 Paris, France
over a wireless connection.
updates will be performed when the
Operation frequency: 433.92 MHz
processing is necessary for the
Note
Maximum output: 10 dBm
compliance with a legal obligation to
The availability of these over-the-air vehicle
which the manufacturer is subject (e.g.
software updates varies by vehicle and
Immobiliser
applicable product liability law,
country. Find more information on our
KOSTAL of America, Inc.
website.
emergency call regulation) or when the
processing is necessary in order to
350 Stephenson Hwy, Troy MI 48083,
protect the vital interests of the
USA
respective vehicle users and passengers.
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The establishment of a secure radio
● engine running
Verband der Automobilindustrie e.V.
network connection and the related
AdBlue® is a registered trademark of the
● emergency call in progress
remote updates are not affected by
VDA.
● insufficient vehicle battery charge
privacy settings and will be performed in
principal after an initiation by the vehicle
● charging the vehicle's high voltage
user following a respective notification.
battery
The system is able to notify receipt of an
Note
update as soon as it is connected to an
During the installation process, the vehicle
exterior Wi-Fi network or a mobile
may not be operational.
network. Large updates are downloaded
If the update has failed, seek the
only via the Wi-Fi network.
assistance of a workshop.
The availability of an update is notified on
the Info Display at the end of a trip with
Registered trademarks
an option of immediate installation or
Apple Inc.
postponement of installation.
Apple CarPlay™ is a trademark of Apple
The installation time is variable and can
Inc.
take several minutes with a maximum of
about 30 minutes. A notification will give
App Store® and iTunes Store® are
an estimate of the duration and a
registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
description of the update.
iPhone®, iPod®, iPod touch®, iPod
Updates can be checked manually via
nano®, iPad® and Siri® are registered
the Info Display. Follow the on-screen
trademarks of Apple Inc.
prompts in the respective menu.
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
Info Display 3 84.
Bluetooth® is a registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
Note
Steps for downloading and installing updates
DivX, LLC
may vary by vehicle.
DivX® and DivX Certified® are registered
For safety reasons and because it
trademarks of DivX, LLC.
requires sustained attention by the driver,
Google Inc.
the installation must be carried out with
Android™ and Google Play™ Store are
the ignition on without starting the
trademarks of Google Inc.
engine. The installation cannot be carried
out in the following cases:
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VEHICLE DATA RECORDING AND
This data includes, e.g.:
● information on events damaging the
PRIVACY
vehicle
● vehicle status information (e.g.
speed, movement delay, lateral
● for electric vehicles the amount of
Event data recorders
acceleration, wheel rotation rate,
charge in the high-voltage battery,
Electronic control units are installed in
"seat belts fastened" display)
estimated range
your vehicle. Control units process data
● ambient conditions (e.g.
In special cases (e.g. if the vehicle has
which is received by vehicle sensors and
temperature, rain sensor, distance
detected a malfunction), it may be
other components, or which they
sensor)
necessary to save data that would
generate themselves or exchange
otherwise just be volatile.
As a rule such data is transient, not
amongst themselves. Some control units
stored for longer than an operational
When you use services (e.g. repairs,
are necessary for the safe functioning of
cycle, and only processed on board the
maintenance), the operating data saved
your vehicle, others assist you while you
vehicle itself. Control units often include
can be read together with the vehicle
drive (driver assistance systems), while
data storage (including the vehicle key).
identification number and used when
others provide comfort or infotainment
This is used to allow information to be
necessary. Staff working for the service
functions.
documented temporarily or permanently
network (e.g. garages, manufacturers) or
The following contains general
on vehicle condition, component stress,
third parties (e.g. breakdown services)
information about data processing in the
maintenance requirements and technical
can read the data from the vehicle. The
vehicle. You will find additional
events and errors.
same applies to warranty work and
information as to which specific data is
quality assurance measures.
Depending on technical equipment level,
uploaded, stored and passed on to third
the data stored is as follows:
Data is generally read via the OBD (On-
parties and for what purpose in your
Board Diagnostics) port prescribed by
vehicle under the key word Data
● system component operating states
law in the vehicle. The operating data
Protection closely linked to the
(e.g. fill level, tyre pressure, battery
which is read out, documents the
references for the affected functional
status)
technical condition of the vehicle or
characteristics in the relevant Owner's
● faults and defects in important
individual components and assists with
Manual or in the general terms of sale.
system components (e.g. lights,
fault diagnosis, compliance with warranty
These are also available online.
brakes)
obligations and quality improvement.
Operating data in the vehicle
● system reactions in special driving
This data, in particular information on
situations (e.g. triggering of an
component stress, technical events,
Control units process data for operation
airbag, actuation of the stability
operator errors and other faults, is
of the vehicle.
control systems)
transmitted to the manufacturer where
appropriate, together with the vehicle
identification number. The manufacturer
is also subject to product liability. The
manufacturer potentially also uses
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operating data from vehicles for product
This data for comfort and infotainment
vehicle data. The nature of further data
recalls. This data can also be used to
functions can be stored locally in the
processing is determined by the provider
check customer warranty and guarantee
vehicle or be kept on a device that you
of the app used. Whether you can define
claims.
have connected to the vehicle (e.g. a
settings, and if so which ones, is
smartphone, USB stick or MP3 player).
dependent on the app in question and
Fault memories in the vehicle can be
Data that you have input yourself can be
your smartphone's operating system.
reset by a service company when
deleted at any time.
carrying out servicing or repairs or at your
Online services
request.
This data can only be transmitted out of
the vehicle at your request, particularly
If your vehicle has a radio network
Comfort and infotainment functions
when using online services in
connection, this allows data to be
accordance with the settings selected by
exchanged between your vehicle and
Comfort settings and custom settings
you.
other systems. The radio network
can be stored in the vehicle and changed
connection is made possible by means
or reset at any time.
Smartphone integration, e.g.
of a transmitter device in your vehicle or
Depending on the equipment level in
Android Auto or Apple CarPlay
a mobile device provided by you (e.g. a
question, these include
smartphone). Online functions can be
If your vehicle is equipped accordingly,
● seat and steering wheel position
used via this radio network connection.
you can connect your smartphone or
settings
These include online services and
another mobile device to the vehicle so
● chassis and air conditioning settings
that you can control it via the controls
applications / apps provided to you by
the manufacturer or other providers.
● custom settings such as interior
integrated in the vehicle. The smartphone
lighting
image and sound can be output via the
Proprietary services
multimedia system in this case. At the
You can input your own data in the
same time, specific information is
In the case of the manufacturer's online
infotainment functions for your vehicle as
transmitted to your smartphone.
services, the relevant functions are
part of the selected features.
Depending on the type of integration, this
described by the manufacturer in an
Depending on the equipment level in
includes data such as position data, day /
appropriate location (e.g. Owner's
question, these include
night mode and other general vehicle
Manual, the manufacturer's website) and
● multimedia data such as music,
information. For more information, please
the associated data protection
videos or photos for playback in an
see the operating instructions for the
information is provided. Personal data
integrated multimedia system
vehicle / infotainment system.
may be used to provide online services.
Data exchange for this purpose takes
● address book data for use with an
Integration allows selected smartphone
place via a protected connection, e.g.
integrated hands-free system or an
apps to be used, such as navigation or
using the manufacturer's IT systems
integrated navigation system
music playback. No further integration is
provided for the purpose. Collection,
possible between smartphone and
● input destinations
processing and use of personal data for
vehicle, in particular active access to
● data on the use of online services
the purposes of preparation of services
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take place solely on the basis of legal
Radio Frequency Identification
permission, e.g. in the case of a legally
(RFID)
prescribed emergency communication
RFID technology is used in some vehicles
system or a contractual agreement, or by
for functions such as immobiliser or as
virtue of consent.
radio remote controls for door locking /
You can activate or deactivate the
unlocking and starting. RFID technology
services and functions (which are subject
in the vehicles does not use or record
to charges to some extent) and, in some
personal information or link with any
cases, the vehicle's entire radio network
other system containing personal
connection. This does not include
information.
statutory functions and services such as
an emergency communication system.
Third party services
If you make use of online services from
other providers (third parties), these
services are subject to the liability and
data protection and usage conditions of
the provider in question. The
manufacturer frequently has no influence
over the content exchanged in this
regard.
Therefore, please note the nature, scope
and purpose of the collection and use of
personal data within the scope of third
party services provided by the service
provider in question.
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Index
A
Brake and clutch system
77
Accessories and vehicle
Brake assist
175
modifications
219
Brake fluid
224, 266
Active emergency braking
81, 189
Brakes
172, 224
Adaptive cruise control
81, 183
Breakdown
246
AdBlue
79, 164
Bulb replacement
228
Adjustable air vents
155
C
Advanced parking assist
194
Cargo management system
52
Airbag and belt tensioners
76
Car wash mode
167
Airbag deactivation
40, 76
Catalytic converter
164
Airbag label
36
Central locking system
9
Airbag system
36
Centre console lighting
96
Air conditioning regular operation ... 156
Centre console storage
49
Air conditioning system
147
Changing tyre and wheel size
237
Air intake
156
Charging
209
Air vents
155
Charging cable
207
Antilock brake system
172
Charging cable connected
80
Antilock brake system (ABS)
78
Charging status
212
Anti-theft alarm system
17
Charging system
76
Anti-theft locking system
17
Charging types
207
Appearance care
247
Child locks
12
Armrest
30
Child restraint installation locations ... 44
Ashtrays
70
Child restraints
41
Audio
104, 121, 132, 140
Child restraint systems
41
Automatic anti-dazzle
20
Child surveillance mirror
21
Automatic crash notification
90
Cigarette lighter
69
Automatic light control
91
Climate control systems
146
Automatic locking
12
Clock
67
Automatic transmission
168
Comfort consumption gauge
72
Autostop
80, 161
Control indicators
74
B
Control of the vehicle
157
Basic operation
103, 120, 131, 140
Controls
65
Battery discharge protection
97
Convex shape
19
BlueInjection
164
Coolant and antifreeze
266
Bonnet
222
Cruise control
80, 178
282
Cupholders
46
End-of-life vehicle recovery
221
Front passenger seat
Curtain airbag system
39
Engine coolant
224
Table position
29
Engine coolant temperature
79
Front pedestrian protection
191
D
Engine coolant temperature gauge . . 72
Front seats
27
Danger, Warnings and Cautions
4
Engine data
271
Front storage
47
Daytime running lights
93
Engine exhaust
163
Front turn lights
230
Declaration of conformity
275
Engine identification
268
Fuel
213
DEF
164
Engine oil
223, 266, 269
Fuel consumption - CO2-Emissions 215
Deflation detection system
79
Engine oil level monitor
73
Fuel for diesel engines
213
Descent control system
78, 176
Engine oil pressure
79
Fuel for petrol engines
213
Diesel exhaust fluid
164
Entry lighting
96
Fuel gauge
71
Diesel fuel system bleeding
227
Event data recorders
278
Fuses
234
Door open
81
Exhaust filter
79, 163
Doors
13, 14, 15
G
Exit lighting
96
Drive modes
172
Gauges
70
Exterior care
247
Driver alert
205
Gear selection
168
Exterior light
80
Driver assistance systems
178
Gear shifting
78
Exterior lighting
91
Driver Information Centre
81
General information
206, 215
Exterior mirrors
19
Driving characteristics and towing
Glass panel
25
External devices
106, 123, 142
tips
215
Glovebox
46
Driving hints
157
F
H
Fault
171
E
Halogen headlights
228
Fiat Connect
90
Eco mode
171
Hand brake
173
First aid
57
Electric adjustment
19
Hazard warning flashers
93
First aid kit
57
Electrical system
234
Headlight flash
92
Fixed air vents
156
Electric drive unit
167
Headlight range adjustment
92
Floor mats
249
Electric parking brake
77, 172, 173
Headlights
91
Folding front passenger seat
29
Electric parking brake fault
78
Headlights when driving abroad
92
Folding mirrors
19
Electric power consumption
206
Head restraints
26
Folding seats
31, 32
Electric range
206
Head-up display
86
Footwell storage
49
Electronic climate control system ... 149
Heated mirrors
20
Forward collision alert
188
Electronic driving programmes
170
Heated rear window
23
Front airbag system
38
Electronic key system
8
Heated windscreen
24
Front fog lights
80, 93, 229
Electronic Stability Control and
Heating
30
Traction Control system
78, 175
Heating and ventilation system
146
Emergency call
90
High beam
80, 92
283
High beam assist
80, 92
Load compartment cover
50
Passenger side camera
198
High voltage battery
221, 226
Load compartment grille
54
Pedestrian safety alert
65
High voltage battery gauge
71
Loading
29, 31, 32
Pedestrian safety alert fault
81
Hill start assist
175
Loading information
58
Performing work
222
Horn
65
Low beam
80
Peripheral lighting
96
Low fuel
80
Phone
113, 125, 134, 144
I
Power button
158
Identification plate
267
M
Power indicator gauge
72
Ignition switch positions
158
Malfunction indicator light
77
Power outlets
68
Immobiliser
19
Manual anti-dazzle
20
Power windows
22
Indicators
70
Manual mode
170
Preheating
79
Inductive charging
69
Manual transmission
171
Programmable charging
211
Info Display
84
Misted light covers
94
Puncture
242
Installing seats
32
N
Instrument panel illumination control
95
R
Navigation
108
Instrument panel overview
60
Radio Frequency Identification
New vehicle running-in
158
Interior care
249
(RFID)
280
Number plate light
233
Interior lighting
95
Radio remote control
7
Interior lights
95, 233
Rain sensor
80
O
Interior mirrors
20
REACH
276
Object detection systems
191
Introduction
4, 98, 117, 128, 136
Reading lights
95
Odometer
70
Rear doors
14
Oil
269
J
Rear fog light
80, 94, 231
Oil, engine
266
Jump starting
244
Rear view camera
201
Outside temperature
67
Rear view display
21, 87
K
Overhead console
48
Rear windows
23
Keys
6
Overload indicator
58, 78
Rear window wiper and washer
67
Keys, locks
6
Overrun cut-off
160
Recommended fluids and
L
P
lubricants
266, 269
Ladder flap
49
Panoramic view system
199
Reduced engine power
80
Lane keep assist
78, 203
Parking
162
Refueling
269
Lashing eyes
52
Parking assist
191
Refuelling
214
LED headlights
80, 229
Parking brake
77, 173
Regenerative braking
175
Lighting features
96
Parking heater
152
Registered trademarks
277
Light switch
91
Parking lights
94
Removing seats
32
Load compartment
15, 49
Particulate filter
163
Reversing lights
94
284
Ride control systems
175
Starting the engine
159
Tyre pressure
235
Roller blinds
24
Steering
158
Tyre pressures
273
Roof
25
Steering wheel adjustment
65
Tyre repair kit
238
Roof load
58
Steering wheel controls
65
U
Roof rack
57
Stop engine
77
Ultrasonic parking assist
191
Stop-start system
161
S
Underseat storage
48
Storage
46
Safety net
53
Upholstery
249
Storage compartments
46
Seat adjustment
28
USB port
68
Sunvisor lights
95
Seat belt reminder
75
Using this manual
4
Sun visors
24
Seat belts
34
Symbols
4
V
Seat folding
29
System check
77
Vehicle battery
225
Seat heating
30
Vehicle checks
222
Seat position
27
T
Vehicle data
269
Second row seats
31
Tachometer
71
Vehicle data recording and privacy.. 278
Selective catalytic reduction
164
Tailgate
15
Vehicle dimensions
272
Selective ride control
177
Tail lights
231
Vehicle identification number
267
Selector
168
Temperature preconditioning
153
Vehicle jack
234
Service
156, 251
Third row seats
32
Vehicle locator lighting
96
Service display
73
Three-point seat belt
35
Vehicle messages
88
Service information
251
Tools
234
Vehicle personalisation
89
Service schedules
252
Tow bar
215
Vehicle ready
80
Service vehicle soon
77
Towing
215, 246
Vehicle security
17
Side airbag system
39
Towing another vehicle
247
Vehicle storage
220
Side blind spot alert
81, 197
Towing equipment
216
Vehicle tools
234
Sidelights
91
Towing the vehicle
246
Ventilation
152
Side turn lights
232
Trailer coupling
215
Sliding door
13
Trailer stability assist
218
W
Sliding side door
13
Trailer towing
216
Warning chimes
88
Software update
276
Transmission display
168
Warning lights
70
SOS
90
Tread depth
237
Warning triangle
57
Spare wheel
242
Trip odometer
70
Washer fluid
224
Speech recognition. 112, 125, 134, 143
Turn lights
75, 93
Wheel changing
240
Speed limiter
81, 181
Tyre chains
238
Wheel covers
237
Speedometer
70
Tyre deflation detection system
236
Wheels and tyres
235
Starting and operating
158
Tyre designations
235
Windows
22
285

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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