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Driving
(without automatic regulation of the inter-
paused, the message "Activation not possible,
Information displayed on
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vehicle safety distance).
unsuitable conditions" is briefly displayed if
the instrument panel
reactivation is not possible (safety conditions
► Press buttons 2-SET- or 3-SET+: the current
not met).
speed becomes the speed setting (minimum
25 mph (40 km/h)) and the cruise control is
Using the Road signs recognition function
immediately activated.
or speed limit sign memorisation to
► Press 3 to increase or 2 to decrease the
modify the speed setting.
speed setting (in steps of 5 mph (5 km/h) if the
► Press 5-MEM to accept the speed setting
button is kept depressed).
proposed by the system on the instrument panel
Pressing and holding either button
or touch screen, then press again to confirm.
2-SET- or 3-SET+ results in a rapid
To prevent any sudden acceleration or
change in the speed of the vehicle.
deceleration of the vehicle, select a
Head-up display
speed setting fairly close to the current speed
Pausing/resuming cruise control
of your vehicle.
► Press 4-II or depress the brake pedal. To
pause cruise control, it is also possible to:
Changing the inter-vehicle distance
• Shift from mode D to N,
► Press 6 to display the distance setting
• Depress the clutch pedal for more than 10
thresholds ("Distant", "Normal" or "Close"), then
seconds.
press again to select a threshold.
• Press the electric parking brake control.
After a few seconds, the option is accepted and
► Press 4-II to restart cruise control. Cruise
will be memorised when the ignition is switched
control may have been paused automatically:
off.
• When the inter-vehicle distance threshold is
reached.
Temporarily exceeding the speed setting
• When the distance between your vehicle and
► Depress the accelerator pedal. Distance
7.
Cruise control pause/resume indication.
the one in front becomes too short.
monitoring and cruise control are deactivated as
8.
Indication of selection of cruise control mode,
• When the vehicle starts moving too slowly or
long as you continue to accelerate. The speed
or vehicle speed adjustment phase.
the vehicle in front starts moving too slowly.
on the instrument panel flashes.
9.
Speed setting value.
• When the ESC system is triggered.
Deactivating the system
When the driver attempts to reactivate
► Turn the knob 1 upwards into position 0
cruise control, after the function has been
(OFF).
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Driving
For more information on the Head-up
Above this, the system pauses itself if the safety
display, refer to the corresponding
distance becomes too short.
section.
The adaptive cruise control uses only engine
braking to slow the vehicle. Consequently the
vehicle loses speed slowly, as when releasing
Messages and alerts
the accelerator pedal.
- Vehicles not running in the middle of the lane.
The system is paused automatically:
The display of these messages or alerts
- if the vehicle in front slows down too much or
is not sequential.
too suddenly, and the driver does not brake,
“Cruise control paused” or “Cruise control
- if a vehicle comes between your vehicle and
suspended” following a brief acceleration
the vehicle in front,
by the driver.
- if the system does not slow the vehicle enough
“Cruise control active”, no vehicle
to continue to maintain a safe distance, for
detected.
example when descending a steep hill.
“Cruise control active”, vehicle detected.
Cases of non-detection by the radar:
- Vehicles entering a corner.
- Stationary vehicles (traffic jam, breakdown,
- Vehicles changing lane at the last moment.
“Cruise control active and speed
etc.).
Reactivate cruise control when conditions permit.
adjusted”, vehicle detected too close or at
- Vehicles driving in the opposite direction.
Cases where the driver is urged to take back
a slower speed.
When the driver must suspend the cruise
control immediately:
“Cruise control active and speed
control system:
- When a vehicle cuts in sharply between your
adjusted”, automatic deactivation
vehicle and the one in front.
imminent following a cruise control limit being
- Excessively sharp deceleration of the vehicle
reached.
in front of you.
“Cruise control paused”, automatic
The adaptive cruise control operates by
deactivation following speed limit
day and night, in fog or moderate rainfall.
adjustment being exceeded and no reaction from
the driver.
- When following a narrow vehicle.
The system does not act on the braking
Operating limits
system, but works only with engine
braking.
The regulation range is limited to a maximum
The regulation range is limited: there will
difference of 19 mph (30 km/h) between the
no longer be any adjustment of speed if the
cruise speed setting and the speed of the
difference between the programmed speed
vehicle in front.
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Driving
setting and the speed of the vehicle in front
This system:
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becomes too great.
- warns the driver that their vehicle is at risk of
collision with the preceding vehicle.
If the difference between the
- reduces the vehicle's speed to avoid a
programmed speed setting and the
collision or to limit its severity.
speed of the vehicle in front is too great, the
The speed will be reduced by a
speed cannot be adjusted: the cruise control
maximum of 16 mph (25 km/h) (versions
is automatically deactivated.
with camera only) or by a maximum of 31
mph (50 km/h) (versions with camera and
radar).
Malfunction
The vehicle has a camera located at the top of
In the event of a malfunction with the adaptive
The system also takes motorcyclists into
the windscreen and, depending on version, a
cruise control, you will be alerted by an audible
account.
radar located in the front bumper.
signal and the display of the message "Driving
It may also react on animals. Animals
aid functions fault".
This system does not replace the need
(especially animals smaller than 0.5 m)
Have it checked by a Fiat Dealership or a
for driver vigilance.
and objects on the road are not necessarily
qualified workshop.
This system is designed to assist the driver
detected.
and improve road safety.
It is the driver's responsibility to continuously
Active Safety Brake with
This system includes three functions:
monitor traffic conditions in accordance with
- Collision Risk Alert.
Collision Risk Alert and
applicable driving regulations.
- Intelligent emergency braking assistance
Intelligent emergency
(iEBA).
- Active Safety Brake (automatic emergency
As soon as the system detects a
braking assistance
braking).
potential obstacle, it prepares the braking
circuit in case automatic braking is needed.
For more information, refer to the
This may cause a slight noise and a slight
General recommendations on the use
sensation of deceleration.
of driving and manoeuvring aids.
Operating conditions and
limits
Vehicle moving forward without trailer.
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Driving
Brake system operational.
(e.g. sensor initialization, board voltage out of
The last threshold selected is memorised when
Seat belts fastened for all passengers.
regular range, activation of stability system).
the ignition is switched off.
Stabilised speed on roads with no or low
Therefore, the system may not be available
curvature.
just after starting the vehicle.
Operation
This warning lamp lights up on the
Depending on the collision risk detected by the
instrument panel without any additional
It can be dangerous to drive if the brake
system and the alert trigger threshold chosen
message, to indicate that the automatic braking
lamps are not in perfect working order.
by the driver, different levels of alert may be
system is not available.
triggered and displayed on the instrument panel.
This is a normal behavior indicating that a
The system takes into account the vehicle
The driver must not overload the vehicle
condition is not fulfilled and which does not
dynamics, the difference speed of the own
(keep within the GVW limit and load
request the support of a workshop.
vehicle and the object identified for the
height limits for roof bars).
In any situations with ignition on where automatic
collision risk, and the operation of the vehicle
braking presents a risk, deactivating the
(e.g. actions on the pedals, steering wheel) to
Following an impact (e.g. a collision), the
system via the vehicle's configuration menu is
trigger the alert at the most relevant moment.
system is automatically deactivated.
recommended, for instance:
(orange)
Have it checked by a Fiat Dealership or a
- Towing a trailer (particularly a trailer without its
Level 1: visual alert only, warning that the
qualified workshop.
own braking system).
preceding vehicle is very close.
- Carrying long objects on roof bars or roof rack.
The message "Vehicle close" is displayed.
- Driving with snow chains.
Collision Risk Alert
(red)
- Using an automatic car wash.
Level 2: visual and audible alert, warning
This function warns the driver if there is a risk
- Performing any maintenance (e.g. changing a
that a collision is imminent.
of collision with the preceding vehicle, or with a
wheel, working inside the engine compartment).
The message "Brake!" is displayed.
pedestrian or cyclist.
- Placing the vehicle on a rolling bench in a
While approaching a vehicle too quickly,
workshop.
Modifying the alert trigger threshold
the level 2 alert may be displayed
- Towing the vehicle.
This trigger threshold determines the sensitivity
directly.
- Following a front bumper deformation.
with which the function warns of the risk of
Important: the level 1 alert depends on the
- Following an impact to the windscreen close to
collision.
trigger threshold selected. It reacts only on
the detection camera.
The threshold is set via the vehicle
moving vehicles. It is disabled automatically
The system diagnoses permanently its
configuration menu with the audio
at lower speed.
capability and may inhibit itself without
system or touch screen.
specific driver indication, if the system is
► Select one of the three pre-defined
outside of the regular operating conditions
thresholds: "Far", "Normal" or "Close".
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Driving
It is possible that collision warnings are
Active Safety Brake
Operation
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not given, are given too late or seem
The system operates subject to the following
unjustified.
conditions:
The driver must always stay in control of the
- At reduced speed in an urban environment,
vehicle and be prepared to react at any time
when a stationary vehicle, pedestrian or cyclist
to avoid an accident.
is detected.
- The vehicle's speed is between 6 mph and
53 mph (10 km/h and 85 km/h) (versions with
Intelligent emergency
camera only) or 87 mph (140 km/h) (versions
braking assistance (iEBA)
with camera and radar) when a moving vehicle
This function supplements braking in the event
is detected.
that the driver brakes, but not enough to avoid a
This warning lamp flashes (for
collision.
approximately 10 seconds) as soon as
This assistance will only be provided if the driver
the function applies the vehicle’s brakes.
presses the brake pedal.
During the flashing time, the function is not
available.
With an automatic gearbox, in the event of
automatic emergency braking, keep the brake
This function, also called "automatic emergency
pedal depressed, also after a complete stop is
braking", intervenes after the acoustic alert if the
reached, to prevent the vehicle from rolling away.
driver does not operate the brake pedal quickly
With a manual gearbox, in the event of automatic
enough.
emergency braking bringing the vehicle to a
The system aims at reducing the speed of
complete stop, the engine may stall.
impact or avoiding a collision if the driver fails to
react.
The driver can override the automatic
emergency braking at any time by firmly
The speed will be reduced by a
turning the steering wheel and/or firmly
maximum of 16 mph (25 km/h) (versions
depressing the accelerator pedal.
with camera only) or by a maximum of 31
mph (50 km/h) (versions with camera and
radar).
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Driving
The brake pedal may feel hard and
accompanied by the display of a message and
If the direction indicator is not used at speeds
vibrate slightly while the function is
an audible signal.
above 50 mph (80 km/h) and there is a risk of
operating.
Have it checked by a Fiat Dealership or a
one of these lines on the road surface being
If the vehicle comes to a complete stop,
qualified workshop.
crossed, the system triggers the alert.
automatic braking is maintained for 1 to 2
If these warning lamps come on after the
This system is particularly useful on motorways
seconds.
engine has been switched off and then
and main roads.
restarted, contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
workshop to have the system checked.
Detection - Alert
Deactivation/Activation
These warning lamps light up on
You are alerted by the flashing of this
By default, the system is automatically activated
the instrument panel and/or in the
warning lamp in the instrument panel,
at every engine start.
warning lamp display for seat belts and front
accompanied by an audible signal.
The settings are changed via the
passenger airbag to indicate that the driver's
vehicle configuration menu.
No warning is transmitted while the
and/or front passenger's seat belt is not fastened
Deactivation of the system is signalled by
direction indicator is active and for
(depending on version). The automatic braking
the illumination of this warning lamp,
approximately 20 seconds after the direction
system is deactivated until the seat belts are
accompanied by the display of a message.
indicator is switched off.
fastened.
Malfunction
Activation/Deactivation
Lane departure warning
This warning lamp lights up on the
instrument panel with the message
system
With audio system
"Sensor blind" in certain cases.
Version with camera only: the system is
For more information, refer to the
deactivated.
General recommendations on the use
Version with camera and radar: the system
of driving and manoeuvring aids.
may continue to operate in a degraded mode.
This may be caused by a reduced visibility
(e.g. rain, fog, snow, blinding by low sun) or by
a real sensor blockage. In this case, stop the
vehicle and verify if the front camera or the front
► To activate or deactivate the system, press
radar is covered by dirt, snow, ice or anything
System that uses a camera to recognise
this button.
preventing the sensing.
continuous or broken lines on traffic lanes and
The indicator lamp is on when the system is
In the event of a malfunction, this warning
triggers an alert if the vehicle wanders off line.
activated.
lamp lights up on the instrument panel,
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Driving
With touch screen
combined with the "Driver Attention Warning"
– The ignition has been switched off for a few
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The settings are changed via the vehicle
system.
minutes.
configuration menu.
- The driver's seat belt is unfastened and their
These systems are in no way designed
door is opened.
to keep the driver awake or to prevent
Malfunction
the driver from falling asleep at the wheel.
As soon as the speed of the vehicle
Depending on the vehicle’s equipment:
It is the driver’s responsibility to stop if feeling
drops below 43 mph (70 km/h), the
The indicator lamp in this button flashes.
tired.
system goes into standby.
Take a break if you are feeling tired or at least
Driving time starts being counted again once
or
every 2 hours.
the speed reaches above 43 mph (70 km/h).
/
The button flashes and a fault
appears.
Contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
Activation/Deactivation
Driver Attention Warning
workshop.
This function is set via the vehicle
Depending on version, the Coffee Break Alert
configuration menu.
system may be combined with the Driver
Detection may be impeded:
The function is activated by default when the
Attention Warning system.
- If the markings on the ground are worn
ignition is switched on.
and not clearly contrasted against the road
surface.
Coffee Break Alert
- If the windscreen is dirty.
The system triggers an alert when it
- In certain extreme weather conditions:
detects that the driver has not taken a
fog, heavy rain, snow, shade, bright sunlight
break after two hours of driving at a speed above
or direct exposure to the sun (e.g. low sun,
43 mph (70 km/h).
leaving a tunnel).
This alert is issued via the display of a message
encouraging the driver to take a break,
accompanied by an audible signal.
Distraction detection
If the driver does not follow this advice, the alert
is repeated hourly until the vehicle is stopped.
The system assesses the driver's level of
For more information, refer to the
The system resets itself if one of the following
alertness, fatigue and distraction by
General recommendations on the use
conditions is met:
identifying trajectory changes in relation to the
of driving and manoeuvring aids.
- With the engine running, the vehicle has been
lane markings.
Depending on version, the function consists of
stationary for more than 15 minutes.
To do this, the system uses a camera, placed on
either the "Coffee Break Alert" system alone or
the upper part of the windscreen.
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Driving
This system is particularly suited to fast roads
The alert is given by an orange warning lamp
(speed higher than 43 mph (70 km/h)).
coming on in the relevant door mirror, as soon as
At a first alert level, the driver is warned by the
a vehicle - car, lorry, bicycle - is detected.
message "Be vigilant!", accompanied by an
The following conditions must be met for this:
audible signal.
- all vehicles are moving in the same direction
After three first-level alerts, the system triggers
and in adjacent lanes,
a further alert with the message "Dangerous
- the speed of your vehicle must be between 7
driving: take a break", accompanied by a more
and 87 mph (12 and 140 km/h),
pronounced audible signal.
- you overtake a vehicle with a speed difference
This system warns the driver of a potential
of less than 6 mph (10 km/h),
In certain driving conditions (poor road
danger posed by the presence of another vehicle
- a vehicle overtakes you with a speed
surface or strong winds), the system may
(car, lorry, motorcycle) in the vehicle's blind
difference of less than 16 mph (25 km/h),
give alerts independent of the driver's level of
spots (areas hidden from the driver's field of
- the traffic is flowing normally,
vigilance.
vision) using sensors located on the sides of the
- overtaking a vehicle over a certain period of
bumpers.
time where the vehicle being overtaken remains
The following situations may interfere
in the blind spot,
with the operation of the system or
- you are driving on a straight or slightly curved
prevent it from working:
road,
- lane markings absent, worn, hidden (snow,
- your vehicle is not towing a trailer, a caravan,
mud) or multiple (roadworks);
etc.
- close to the vehicle ahead (lane markings
not detected);
- roads that are narrow, winding, etc.
A warning lamp appears in the door mirror on the
side in question:
- fixed, immediately, when being overtaken;
Blind spot monitoring
- flashing, after a delay of about one second,
when overtaking a vehicle slowly, and when the
For more information, refer to the
direction indicator is used.
General recommendations on the use
of driving and manoeuvring aids.
Operation
Sensors fitted in the front and rear bumpers
monitor the blind spots.
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Driving
- with vehicles moving in the opposite direction,
The system is automatically deactivated
6
- driving on a winding road or sharp bends,
when towing with a towing device
- when overtaking or being overtaken by a very
approved by Fiat.
long vehicle (lorry, bus, etc.) which is both in the
rear blind spot and present in the driver’s front
Malfunction
field of vision,
- when overtaking quickly,
Depending on the vehicle’s equipment:
- in very heavy traffic: vehicles detected in
front and behind are confused with a lorry or a
stationary object.
In the event of a fault, this or these warning
lamp(s) flash(es).
Activation/Deactivation
or
The warning lamp in this button flashes
With audio system
and a message appears, accompanied by
an audible signal.
Contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
workshop.
Parking sensors
For more information, refer to the
General recommendations on the use
► To activate or deactivate the system, press
of driving and manoeuvring aids.
this button.
The indicator lamp is on when the system is
activated.
With touch screen
The settings are changed via the vehicle
No alert will be given in the following situations:
configuration menu.
- in the presence of non-moving objects (parked
vehicles, safety barriers, street lamps, road
signs, etc.),
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Driving
This system detects and signals the proximity of
Visual assistance
The sound emitted by the speaker (front
obstacles (e.g. pedestrian, vehicle, tree, barrier)
or rear) locates the obstacle relative to
using sensors located in the bumper.
the vehicle, in front or behind it.
Rear parking sensors
Deactivation/Activation
► Engage reverse gear to start the system
(confirmed by an audible signal).
With dashboard button
The system is switched off when reverse gear is
disengaged.
Audible assistance
This supplements the audible signal by
displaying bars on the screen that move
progressively nearer to the vehicle (green: more
► To deactivate or activate the system, press
distant obstacles; yellow: close obstacles; red:
this button.
very close obstacles).
The indicator lamp is on when the system is
The function signals the presence of obstacles
When the obstacle is very close, the "Danger"
deactivated.
present within the sensors’ detection zone.
symbol is displayed on the screen.
Without dashboard button
The proximity information is given by an
intermittent audible signal, the frequency of
The settings are changed via the
Front parking sensors
which increases as the vehicle approaches the
vehicle configuration menu.
Supplementing the rear parking sensors, the
obstacle.
front parking sensors are triggered when an
The rear parking sensors system will be
When the distance between the vehicle and
obstacle is detected in front and the speed of the
deactivated automatically if a trailer or
the obstacle becomes less than about thirty
vehicle is below 6 mph (10 km/h).
bicycle carrier is connected to a towing device
centimetres, the audible signal becomes
Front parking sensor operation is suspended if
installed in accordance with the
continuous.
the vehicle stops for more than three seconds in
manufacturer's recommendations.
The sound emitted by the speaker (right or left)
forward gear, if an obstacle is no longer detected
allows you to identify the side on which the
or the vehicle speed exceeds 6 mph (10 km/h).
obstacle is located.
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Driving
Operating limits
Principle of operation
6
If the boot is heavily loaded, the vehicle may tilt,
affecting distance measurements.
Malfunction
In the event of a malfunction when
changing into reverse gear, this warning
lamp lights up on the instrument panel,
accompanied by the display of a message and
an audible signal (short beep).
Have it checked by a Fiat Dealership or a
Using the rear camera, the vehicle's close
qualified workshop.
surroundings are recorded during manoeuvres
at low speed.
For more information, refer to the
An image from above your vehicle in its close
General recommendations on the use
The screen is divided into two parts with a
surroundings is reconstructed (represented
of driving and manoeuvring aids.
contextual view and a view from above the
between the brackets) in real time and as the
vehicle in its close surroundings.
manoeuvre progresses.
The parking sensors supplement the information
It facilitates the alignment of your vehicle when
on the view from above the vehicle.
parking and allows obstacles close to the vehicle
Various contextual views may be displayed:
to be seen. It is automatically deleted if the
- Standard view.
vehicle remains stationary for too long.
- 180° view.
The display disappears above
- Zoom view.
approximately 6 mph (10 km/h).
AUTO mode is activated by default.
The system is automatically deactivated
In this mode, the system chooses the best view
about 7 seconds after coming out of reverse
to display (standard or zoom).
As soon as reverse gear is engaged with the
or on opening a door or the boot.
You can change the type of view at any time
engine running, this system displays views of
during a manoeuvre.
your vehicle’s close surroundings on the touch
The system status is not saved when the ignition
Activation
screen using a camera located at the rear of the
is switched off.
vehicle.
Activation is automatic on engaging reverse gear
at a speed lower than 6 mph (10 km/h).
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Driving
AUTO mode
The blue lines 1 represent the width of your
vehicle, with the mirrors unfolded; their direction
changes according to the position of the steering
wheel.
The red line 2 represents a distance of 30 cm
from the rear bumper; the two blue lines 3 and 4
represent 1 m and 2 m, respectively.
This view is available with AUTO mode or in the
view selection menu.
You can choose the display mode at any time by
Zoom view
pressing this area.
When the sub-menu is displayed, select one of
This mode is activated by default.
the four views:
Using sensors in the rear bumper, the automatic
"Standard view".
view changes from the rear view (standard) to
the view from above (zoom) as an obstacle is
"180° view".
approached at the level of the red line (less than
30 cm) during a manoeuvre.
"Zoom view".
Standard view
"AUTO mode".
The function will be deactivated:
The camera records the vehicle's surroundings
- If a trailer is attached or a bicycle
during the manoeuvre in order to create a
carrier is fitted on a towing device (vehicle
view from above the rear of the vehicle in its
fitted with a towing device installed in line with
near surroundings, allowing the vehicle to be
the manufacturer's recommendations).
manoeuvred around nearby obstacles.
- Above about 6 mph (10 km/h).
This view is available with AUTO mode or in the
- When the boot is opened.
view selection menu.
- Upon changing out of reverse gear (the
image remains displayed for 7 seconds).
- By pressing the white arrow in the upper-
The area behind the vehicle is displayed on the
left corner of the touch screen.
screen.
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Driving
Obstacles may appear further away than
This view is only available via the view selection
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they actually are.
menu.
It is important to monitor the sides of the
vehicle during the manoeuvre, using the
Quick start mode
mirrors.
Parking sensors also provide additional
information about the area around the vehicle.
180° view
This mode displays, as quickly as possible, the
contextual view (left-hand part) and the overhead
view of the vehicle.
A message is displayed advising you to check
your vehicle's surroundings before starting the
manoeuvre.
The 180° view facilitates reversing out of a
parking space, making it possible to see the
approach of vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists.
This view is not recommended for carrying out a
complete manoeuvre.
It features 3 areas: left A, centre B and right C.
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Practical information
At temperatures below -15 °C (+5 °F) to avoid
Stop & Start
Compatibility of fuels
problems starting, it is best to park the vehicle
Never refuel with the engine in STOP
under shelter (heated garage).
mode; you must switch off the ignition.
Diesel fuels conforming to the EN590, EN16734
Travelling abroad
Refuelling
and EN16709 standards and containing up to
Certain fuels could damage your vehicle’s
7%, 10%, 20% and 30% fatty acid methyl ester
At least 8 litres of fuel must be added, in order to
engine.
respectively. The use of B20 or B30 fuels, even
be registered by the fuel gauge.
In certain countries, the use of a particular
occasionally, imposes special maintenance
Opening the filler cap may create a noise caused
fuel may be required (specific octane rating,
conditions referred to as "Arduous conditions".
by an inrush of air. This is entirely normal and
specific trade name, etc.) to ensure correct
results from the sealing of the fuel system.
operation of the engine.
To refuel in complete safety:
For all additional information, consult a dealer.
Always switch off the engine.
Paraffinic Diesel fuel conforming to the EN15940
► Unlock the vehicle using the Keyless Entry
standard.
Refuelling
and Start.
The use of any other type of (bio) fuel
Fuel tank capacity: approximately 69 litres.
(e.g. pure or diluted vegetable or animal
Reserve level: approximately 6 litres.
oils, domestic fuel) is strictly prohibited - risk
of damaging the engine and fuel system!
Low fuel level
When the low fuel level is reached,
The only Diesel fuel additives authorised
one of these warning lamps lights
for use are those that meet the B715000
up on the instrument panel, accompanied by the
standard.
display of a message and an audible signal.
When it first comes on, about 8 litres of fuel
remain.
Diesel at low temperature
You must refuel as soon as possible to avoid
At temperatures below 0 °C (+32 °F), the
running out of fuel.
► Open the fuel filler flap.
formation of paraffins in summer-type Diesel
For more information on Running out of fuel
fuels could prevent the engine from operating
(Diesel), refer to the corresponding section.
correctly. In these temperature conditions, use
winter-type Diesel fuel and keep the fuel tank
A small arrow by the warning lamp
more than 50 % full.
indicates which side of the vehicle the
fuel filler flap is located on.
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Practical information
► Put the filler cap back in place and close it by
If you have put in the wrong fuel for
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turning to the right.
your vehicle, you must have the fuel
► Push the fuel filler flap to close it (your
tank drained and filled with the correct fuel
vehicle must be unlocked).
before starting the engine.
Fuel cut-off
Your vehicle is fitted with a safety system that
cuts off the supply of fuel in the event of an
impact.
► With a conventional key, insert the key into
Diesel misfuel prevention
the filler cap, then turn the key to the left.
If the vehicle is equipped with a sliding
Mechanical device which prevents filling the tank
door on its left-hand side, do not open it
of a Diesel vehicle with petrol. It helps avoid the
while the fuel filler flap is open (risk of
risk of engine damage that can result from filling
damaging the fuel filler flap and the sliding
with the wrong fuel.
door and risk of injuring the person filling up).
Located in the filler neck, the misfuel prevention
device appears when the filler cap is removed.
If the fuel filler flap is open and you try to
open the left-hand side door, a
mechanism prevents it from being opened.
The door can be opened half-way, however.
With a mechanical door, close the fuel filler
flap to regain use of the door.
► Unscrew and remove the filler cap, then
With an electric door, to be able to use it
place it on the holder located on the fuel filler
correctly, close the fuel filler flap and then
flap.
press an opening control.
► Insert the nozzle and push it in fully (while
pushing on the metal valve A).
The vehicle is fitted with a catalytic converter,
► Fill the tank. Do not continue past the
which helps to reduce the level of harmful
When a petrol filler nozzle is introduced into the
third cut-off of the nozzle, as this may cause
emissions in the exhaust gases.
fuel filler neck of your Diesel vehicle, it comes
malfunctions.
into contact with the flap. The system remains
closed and prevents filling.
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Do not persist but introduce a Diesel type
- Never open, modify or remove the cover of
filler nozzle.
the traction battery.
- Never work with cutting and forming
It is still possible to use a fuel can to fill
tools or heat sources near high voltage
the tank slowly.
components and cables.
In order to ensure a good flow of fuel, do
In case of low level of fluid in the cooling
not place the nozzle of the fuel can in direct
An electric vehicle’s power train can
tank, the refilling shall only be performed in a
contact with the flap of the misfuel prevention
become hot during use and after
qualified and trained workshop to verify that
device.
switching off the ignition.
the leakage is not in the traction battery.
Comply with the warning messages shown
Any intervention on the high voltage system
Travelling abroad
on the labels, particularly inside the charging
must be carried out by qualified persons in
As Diesel fuel pump nozzles may be
flap.
workshops qualified and approved to carry
different in other countries, the presence
out this type of work.
of the misfuel prevention device may make
High voltage system voltage is
Damage to the vehicle or the traction battery
refuelling impossible.
dangerous and can cause burns or other
could result in the leakage of toxic gases
Before travelling abroad, it is advisable to
injuries or even fatal electric shock.
or fluids either immediately or later. Fiat
check with a Fiat Dealership if the vehicle is
Since damage to high voltage components is
recommends that you:
suitable for the distribution equipment of the
not visible, Fiat recommends that you:
- Always inform the fire and emergency
countries visited.
- Never touch the components, damaged
services in the event of an incident, warning
or not, and never let your jewelry or other
that the vehicle is equipped with a traction
metallic objects come into contact with these
battery.
Charging system
components.
- Never touch the liquids leaking from the
- Never work on the orange high voltage
traction battery.
(Electric)
cables or on any other high voltage
- Do not inhale the gases emitted by the
component marked with the Electric risk label.
traction battery which are toxic.
400 V electrical system
Any intervention on the high voltage system
- Move away from the vehicle in the event of
The electric drive system, which operates at a
must be carried out by qualified persons in
incident or accident, the gases emitted being
voltage of approximately 400 V, is identified by
workshops qualified and approved to carry
flammable and could cause a fire.
orange cables and its components are marked
out this type of work.
with this symbol:
- Never damage, modify or remove the
orange high voltage cables or disconnect
them from the high voltage network.
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When washing
thermal comfort equipment and the ageing of its
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Before washing the vehicle, always
components.
check that the charging flap is closed
The lifespan of the traction battery
correctly.
depends on multiple factors, such as
Never wash the vehicle while the battery is
climatic conditions, distance travelled and
on charge.
how often it has been fast-charged.
High-pressure washing
To preserve the mileage of your vehicle
To avoid damaging the electrical
This label is intended solely for use by
and the durability of your traction battery,
components, it is expressly prohibited to
firefighters and maintenance services in
Fiat recommends that you:
use high-pressure washing in the engine
the event of any work on the vehicle.
- Do not fully charge the battery of your
compartment or under the body.
No other person must touch the device shown
electric vehicle daily (charge the traction
Do not use a pressure greater than 80 bar
on this label.
battery below 80% as often as possible).
when washing the bodywork.
- Do not completely discharge the battery.
- Do not store the vehicle for a long period
In the event of an accident or impact
Never allow water or dust to enter the
of non-use (more than 12 hours) when the
to the vehicle’s underbody
connector or charging nozzle - risk of
traction battery has a low or high charge level.
In these situations, the electrical circuit or the
electrocution or fire!
Prefer a charge level between 20 and 40%.
traction battery can be seriously damaged.
Never connect / disconnect the charging
- Limit the use of fast charging.
Stop as soon as it is safe to do so and switch
nozzle or cable with wet hands - risk of
- Do not expose the vehicle to temperatures
off the ignition.
electrocution!
below -30°C and above +60°C for more than
Contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
24 hours.
workshop.
- Avoid charging the vehicle at negative
Traction battery
temperatures (except if the vehicle ran more
In the event of exposure to a fire
This battery stores the energy that powers
than 20 minutes) or above +30°C.
Immediately exit and evacuate all
the electric motor and the thermal comfort
- Do not use the vehicle's traction battery as
passengers from the vehicle. Never attempt
equipment in the passenger compartment. It is
a generator of energy.
to fight the fire yourself - risk of electrocution!
discharged during use, and must therefore be
- Do not use a generator to recharge your
You must immediately contact the emergency
regularly recharged. There is no need to wait
vehicle's traction battery.
services, informing them that the incident
for the traction battery to fall to its reserve level
involves an electric vehicle.
before recharging.
The range of the battery may vary according
to the type of driving, the route, the use of
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In the event of damage to the traction
Charging connectors and
State of charging
Meaning
battery
indicator lamps
indicator lamp
It is strictly prohibited to work on the vehicle
yourself.
Fixed white
Welcome lighting on
Do not touch liquids coming from the battery,
opening the flap and
and in the event of skin contact with these
disconnecting the
products, wash abundantly with water and
charging cable.
contact a doctor as soon as possible.
Fixed blue
Deferred charging.
Contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
workshop to have the system checked.
Flashing green
Charging.
Fixed green
Charging complete.
The charging
Disposal of the traction battery
indicator lamp goes
The traction battery is designed for the life of
off after about 2
the vehicle if the recommendations of Fiat are
minutes as the
followed.
vehicle's functions go
If it becomes necessary to replace the battery,
1.
Charging connectors
into standby.
contact the Fiat Dealership for instructions on
2.
Deferred charging activation button
The indicator lamp
its disposal. Improper disposal carries the risk of
3.
Nozzle locking indicator lamp
comes on again
severe burns, electric shock, and damage to the
Fixed red: nozzle positioned correctly and
when the vehicle is
environment.
locked in the connector.
unlocked with the
In accordance with regulations, Fiat ensures
Flashing red: nozzle incorrectly positioned or
Keyless Entry and
a second life or recycling of this component in
locking not possible.
Start system or when
collaboration with qualified operators.
4.
Charging indicator lamp
a door is opened
to indicate that
the battery is fully
charged.
Fixed red
Malfunction.
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In case of impact, even light, against the
travelling abroad, check the compatibility of local
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charging flap, do not use it.
electrical systems with the charging cable.
Do not dismantle or modify the charging
A full range of charging cables is available from
connector - risk of electrocution and/or fire!
your dealer.
Contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
Contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
workshop.
workshop for more information and to obtain
suitable charging cables.
Charging cables, sockets
Identification labels on charging
and chargers
sockets/connectors
The charging cable supplied with the vehicle
Identification labels are affixed to the vehicle,
(depending on version) is compatible with the
charging cable and charger to inform the user
The meaning of each identification label is as
electrical systems in the country of sale. When
about which device needs to be used.
follows:
Identification label
Location
Configuration
Power type/Voltage range
Charging connector (vehicle side)
TYPE 2
AC
C
< 480 Vrms
Charging socket (charger side)
TYPE 2
AC
C
< 480 Vrms
Charging connector (vehicle side)
COMBO 2 (FF)
DC
K
50 V - 500 V
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Standard charging, mode 2
Specific domestic charging cable
If the indicator lamp does not go off, contact a
(mode 2)
Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop.
Domestic socket
You must not damage the cable.
Upon plugging the charging cable into a
(standard charging - alternating current (AC))
In the event of damage, do not use it and
domestic socket, all of the indicator lamps come
contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
on briefly.
workshop to replace it.
If no indicator lamps come on, check the
domestic socket's circuit-breaker:
Control unit (mode 2)
- If the circuit-breaker has tripped, contact a
professional to check that the electrical system
Mode 2 with a standard socket: 8 A maximum
is compatible and/or carry out any necessary
charging current.
repairs.
- If the circuit-breaker has not tripped, stop
using the charging cable and contact a Fiat
Dealership or a qualified workshop.
Control unit label - Recommendations
Mode 2 with a Green'Up socket: 16 A
Refer to the handbook before use.
maximum charging current.
To have this type of socket installed, call a
professional installer.
Specific domestic charging cable - mode
POWER
2 (AC)
Green: electrical connection established;
charging can begin.
1.
Incorrect use of this charging cable may
CHARGE
result in fire, property damage and serious
Flashing green: charging in progress or
injury or death by electrocution!
temperature pre-conditioning activated.
2.
Always use a correctly earthed power
Fixed green: charging complete.
socket, protected by a 30 mA residual
FAULT
current device.
Red: fault; charging not permitted or must
3.
Always use an electrical socket protected
be stopped immediately. Check that everything
by a circuit-breaker appropriate for the
Identification label C on the charging
is connected correctly and that the electrical
electrical circuit’s current rating.
connector (vehicle side).
system is not faulty.
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Control unit label - State of indicator
4.
The weight of the control unit must not be
9.
Do not unplug the plug from the wall as a
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lamps
borne by the electrical socket, plug and
means of stopping charging.
cables.
10.
Immediately stop charging, by locking and
State of the
5.
Never use this charging cable if it is
then unlocking the vehicle using the remote
indicator lamp
defective or in any way damaged.
control key, if the charging cable or wall
6.
Never attempt to repair or open this
socket feel burning hot to the touch.
Off
charging cable. It contains no repairable
11.
This charging cable includes components
parts - replace the charging cable if it is
liable to cause electrical arcing or sparks.
damaged.
Do not expose to flammable vapours.
On
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Never immerse this charging cable in water.
12.
Only use this charging cable with Fiat
8.
Never use this charging cable with an
vehicles.
Flashing
extension cable, a multi-plug socket, a
13.
Never plug the cable into the wall socket (or
conversion adaptor or on a damaged
unplug it) with wet hands.
electrical socket.
14.
Do not force the connector if it is locked into
the vehicle.
POWER
CHARGE
FAULT
Symbol
Description
Not connected to the power supply or power is not
available from the infrastructure.
The control unit is currently performing a self-test.
(green)
(green)
(red)
Connected only to the infrastructure or to the
infrastructure and to the Electric Vehicle (EV) but
no charging in progress.
(green)
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POWER
CHARGE
FAULT
Symbol
Description
Connected to the power supply and to the Electric
Vehicle (EV).
The EV is on charge or in a temperature pre-
(green)
(green)
conditioning sequence.
Connected to the power supply and to the Electric
Vehicle (EV).
The EV is waiting for charging or the charging of
(green)
(green)
the EV is completed.
Control unit malfunction. No charging allowed.
If an error indicator reappears after a manual
reset, the control unit must be checked by a Fiat
(red)
Dealership before the next charge.
The control unit is in diagnostic mode.
(green)
(green)
(red)
Manual reset procedure
The control unit can be reset by simultaneously disconnecting the charging connector and the wall socket.
Then, reconnect the wall socket first. For more information, refer to the handbook.
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Accelerated charging, mode 3
Superfast charging, mode 4
Charging cable, mode 3 (AC)
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Accelerated charging unit (depending on
Fast public charger
version)
(superfast charging - direct current (DC))
(accelerated charging - single-phase or three-
phase alternating current (AC))
In mode 3 with an accelerated charging unit:
32 A maximum charging current.
Charging cable, mode 4 (DC)
(integrated into the fast public charger)
Identification labels C on the charging
connector (vehicle side) and on the socket
(charger side).
In mode 3 with an accelerated charging unit
(Wallbox): 32 A maximum charging current.
Accelerated charging unit
Do not disassemble or modify the
Identification label K on the charging
charging unit - Risk of electrocution and/or
connector (vehicle side).
fire!
Only use fast public chargers where the cable
Refer to the charging unit manufacturer's user
length does not exceed 30 metres.
manual for the operating instructions.
Charging the traction
battery (Electric)
To recharge, connect the vehicle to a domestic
electricity supply (domestic or accelerated
charging) or to a fast public charger (superfast
charging).
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For a full charge, follow the desired charging
sure the traction battery has a sufficient
issued by the International Commission on Non-
procedure without pausing it, until it ends
charge level.
Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP - 1998
automatically. Charging can be either immediate
Guidelines).
or deferred (except fast public charger, mode 4).
Low load / Parking
Wearers of pacemakers or equivalent
You can stop domestic or accelerated charging
If the outside temperature is negative,
devices
at any time by unlocking the vehicle and
it is recommended not to park your vehicle
Ask your doctor about what precautions
removing the nozzle. For superfast charging,
outside for several hours at a low load (less
you should take, or ask the manufacturer
refer to the fast public charger.
than 20%).
of your implanted electro-medical device about
For more information on the charging displays
whether its operation is guaranteed in an
on the Instrument panel and the Touch screen,
Vehicle immobilised for 1 to 12
environment which complies with the ICNIRP
refer to the corresponding section.
months
recommendations.
For more information on Remote
Discharge the traction battery down to 2 or
If in doubt
functions, refer to the corresponding
3 bars on the charge level indicator on the
Domestic or accelerated charging: do
section.
instrument panel.
not remain inside or near the vehicle, or near
Do not connect the charging cable.
the charging cable or charging unit, even for
Always park the vehicle in a place with
As a safety measure, the engine will not
a short time.
temperatures between -10°C and 30°C
start if the charging cable is plugged into
(parking in a place with extreme temperatures
the connector on the vehicle. A warning is
displayed on the instrument panel.
can damage the traction battery).
For domestic or accelerated charging
Disconnect the cable from the (+) terminal
of the accessory battery in the engine
Before charging
Cooling the traction battery
compartment.
Depending on the context:
The cooling fan in the engine
Connect a 12 V battery charger to the (+)
► Have a professional check that the
compartment comes on during charging to
and (-) terminals of the accessory battery
electrical system to be used complies with
cool the on-board charger and the traction
about every 3 months in order to recharge the
applicable standards and is compatible with
battery.
accessory battery and maintain an operating
the vehicle.
voltage.
► Have a professional electrician install
Low load / Driving
a dedicated domestic power socket or
Driving when the charge level of the
accelerated charging unit (Wallbox)
traction battery is too low can lead to the
Precautions
compatible with the vehicle.
vehicle breaking down and can lead to
Our electric vehicles have been developed in
You should preferably use the charging cable
accidents or serious injuries. ALWAYS make
accordance with the recommendations on the
available as an accessory.
maximum limits for electromagnetic fields, as
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For more information, contact a Fiat
- -20°C, charging is still possible, but
When the connection is made, all of the indicator
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Dealership or a qualified workshop.
charging times may be extended even further
lamps on the control unit light up, then only the
(the battery has to be heated first).
POWER indicator lamp remains on in green.
During charging
► Remove the protective cover from the
While charging is in progress, unlocking
After charging
charging nozzle.
the vehicle will cause the charging to stop.
Check that the charging flap is closed.
► Insert the nozzle into the charging connector.
If no action is taken on one of the openings
The start of charging is confirmed by the flashing
(door or boot) or on the charging nozzle, the
green CHARGE indicator lamps in the flap, then
Connection
those on the control unit.
vehicle will lock again after 30 seconds and
charging will resume automatically.
► Before charging, check that the drive selector
If this is not the case, charging has not
Never work under the bonnet:
is in mode P, otherwise charging is not possible.
started; restart the procedure, ensuring that all
- Some areas remain very hot, even an hour
► Open the charging flap by pressing the
connections are properly established.
after charging ends - risk of burns!
push-button, and check that there are no foreign
The red indicator lamp in the flap comes on to
- The fan may start at any time - risk of cuts
bodies on the charging connector.
indicate that the nozzle is locked.
or strangulation!
Domestic charging, mode 2
When charging is complete and while the
charging cable is still connected, opening
After charging
the driver's door will display the charge level
Check that the charging flap is closed.
on the instrument panel for about 20 seconds.
Do not leave the cable connected to the
domestic power socket - risk of short-circuit
Accelerated charging, mode 3
or electrocution in the event of contact with or
immersion in water!
For superfast charging
Before charging
Check that the fast public charging
station and its charging cable are compatible
► Follow the accelerated charging unit
with the vehicle.
► Connect the charging cable from the control
(Wallbox) user instructions.
If the exterior temperature is below:
unit to the domestic socket.
► Remove the protective cover from the
– 0°C, charging times may be extended.
charging nozzle.
► Insert the nozzle into the charging connector.
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The start of charging is confirmed when the
Deferred charging
► Lock the vehicle.
charging indicator lamp in the flap flashes green.
► Press this button in the flap within one
Settings
If this is not the case, charging has not started;
minute to activate the system (confirmed by the
restart the procedure, ensuring that the
At a Fiat Dealership or qualified workshop,
charging indicator lamp coming on in blue).
connection has been properly established.
with Bluetooth® audio system
The red indicator lamp in the flap comes on to
Disconnection
By default, the deferred charging start time is set
indicate that the nozzle is locked.
to midnight (vehicle time).
Superfast charging, mode 4
You can have the deferred charging start time
modified.
Visit a Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop.
In the vehicle, with Connect Nav
Before disconnecting the nozzle from the
► In the Energy touch screen menu,
charging connector:
select the Charge page.
► If the vehicle is unlocked, lock it and then
► Set the charging start time.
unlock it.
► Depending on version, remove the protective
► Press OK.
► If the vehicle is locked, unlock it.
cover from the lower part of the connector.
The setting is saved in the system.
The red indicator lamp in the flap goes out to
► Follow the instructions for use of the fast
Activation
confirm that the charging nozzle is unlocked.
public charger and connect the cable from the
► In modes 2 and 3, remove the charging
fast public charger to the vehicle's connector.
Deferred charging is only possible with
nozzle within 30 seconds.
The start of charging is confirmed by the flashing
modes 2 and 3.
The charging indicator lamp comes on in white.
green charging indicator lamp in the flap.
► After programming the deferred charging,
With selective door unlocking activated,
If this is not the case, charging has not started;
connect your vehicle to the desired charging
press the unlocking button twice to
restart the procedure, ensuring that the
equipment.
disconnect the charging nozzle.
connection is properly established.
The red indicator lamp in the flap comes on to
indicate that the nozzle is locked.
When charging is complete, the green
charging indicator lamp in the flap goes
out after about 2 minutes.
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Domestic charging, mode 2
disconnected before full charging was
- For more than 10 minutes, to use the
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completed.
equipment for approximately 30 minutes.
The end of charging is confirmed when the green
Let the engine run for the specified duration to
CHARGE indicator lamp on the control unit and
ensure that the battery charge is sufficient.
the green charging indicator lamp in the flap
come on fixed.
Energy economy mode
To recharge the battery, avoid repeatedly or
continuously restarting the engine.
► Replace the protective cover on the charging
This system manages the duration of use of
nozzle and close the charging flap.
certain functions, in order to conserve a sufficient
A flat battery prevents the engine from
► Disconnect the control unit end of the
level of charge in the battery with the ignition off.
starting.
charging cable from the domestic socket.
After switching off the engine and for a maximum
For more information on the 12 V battery,
Accelerated charging, mode 3
cumulative period of around 30 minutes, you can
refer to the corresponding section.
continue to use functions such as the audio and
The end of charging is indicated by the charging
telematics system, dipped beam headlamps or
control unit and by the fixed lighting of the green
courtesy lamps.
Load reduction mode
indicator lamp in the flap.
► Hang up the nozzle on the charging unit and
This system manages the use of certain
Selecting the mode
close the charging flap.
functions according to the level of charge
A confirmation message is displayed when
Superfast charging, mode 4
remaining in the battery.
energy economy mode is entered, and the active
When the vehicle is being driven, the load
The end of charging is indicated by the charger
functions are placed on standby.
reduction function temporarily deactivates certain
and by the fixed lighting of the green indicator
If a telephone call is in progress at the
functions, such as the air conditioning and the
lamp in the flap.
time, it will be maintained for around 10
heated rear screen.
► You can also pause charging by
minutes via the audio system’s hands-free
The deactivated functions are reactivated
pressing this button in the flap (in mode 4
system.
automatically as soon as conditions permit.
only).
► Hang up the nozzle on the charger.
► Depending on version, replace the protective
Snow chains
Exiting the mode
cover on the lower section and close the
These functions are automatically reactivated the
In wintry conditions, snow chains improve
charging flap.
next time the vehicle is used.
traction as well as the behaviour of the vehicle
When the charging nozzle is
To restore the use of these functions
when braking.
disconnected, a message on the
immediately, start the engine and let it run:
Snow chains must be fitted only to the
instrument panel indicates that charging is
- For less than 10 minutes, to use the
front wheels. They must never be fitted to
complete, even if the charging nozzle was
equipment for approximately 5 minutes.
"space-saver" type spare wheels.
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Observe the legislation in force in your
Avoid driving with snow chains on roads
manufacturer's label and in the Technical
country relating to the use of snow
that have been cleared of snow to avoid
data section of this guide.
chains and maximum authorised speeds.
damaging the vehicle's tyres and the road
Complying with the maximum authorised
surface. If the vehicle is fitted with alloy
nose weight (towball weight) also includes
Only use chains that have been designed for the
wheels, check that no part of the chain or its
the use of accessories (bicycle carriers,
type of wheel fitted to your vehicle.
fixings is in contact with the wheel rim.
tow boxes, etc.).
Original tyre size
Type of chain
Observe the legislation in force in the
215/65 R16
12 mm link
Towing device
country where you are driving.
215/60 R17
KONIG K-SUMMIT
Load distribution
VAN K84
225/55 R17
► Distribute the load in the trailer so that the
Electric motor
heaviest items are as close as possible to the
An electric vehicle may be fitted with a
You can also use snow socks.
axle, and the nose weight approaches the
towing device.
For more information, contact a Fiat Dealership
maximum permitted without exceeding it.
It is therefore possible to tow a trailer or
or a qualified workshop.
Air density decreases with altitude, thus reducing
caravan.
engine performance. The maximum towable load
Contact a Fiat Dealership or qualified
Installation tips
must be reduced by 10% per 1,000 metres of
workshop for more information and to obtain a
► To fit the snow chains during a journey, stop
altitude.
suitable towing device.
the vehicle on a flat surface at the side of the
road.
Use genuine towing devices and wiring
► Apply the parking brake and position any
harnesses approved by Fiat. We
Roof bars/Roof rack
wheel chocks under the wheels to prevent
recommend having them fitted by a Fiat
movement of the vehicle.
Dealership or a qualified workshop.
As a safety measure and to avoid
► Fit the snow chains following the instructions
If not fitted by a Fiat Dealership, they must
damaging the roof, it is essential to use
provided by the manufacturer.
still be fitted in accordance with the vehicle
the roof bars and roof racks approved for your
► Move off gently and drive for a few moments,
manufacturer's instructions.
vehicle.
without exceeding 31 mph (50 km/h).
Certain driving or manoeuvring aid functions
Observe the instructions on fitting and use
► Stop the vehicle and check that the snow
are automatically deactivated while an
contained in the guide supplied with the roof
chains are correctly tightened.
approved towing system is in use.
bars and racks.
It is strongly recommended that you
practise fitting the snow chains on a level
Comply with the maximum authorised
and dry surface before setting off.
towable weight, as indicated on your
vehicle's registration certificate, on the
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► Open the fixing covers on each bar.
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Distribute the load uniformly, taking care
► Put each fixing point in place and lock them
to avoid overloading one of the sides.
to the roof one by one.
Arrange the heaviest part of the load as close
► Ensure that the roof bars are correctly fitted
as possible to the roof.
(by shaking them).
Secure the load firmly.
► Close the fixing covers on each bar.
Drive gently: the vehicle will be more
The bars can be interchanged and are adaptable
susceptible to the effects of side winds and its
to each pair of fixing points.
stability may be affected.
Roof racks
Regularly check the security and tight
fastening of the roof bars, at least before each
Max. authorised load weight:
trip.
- XS: 140 kg,
Remove the roof bars once they are no longer
- M and XL: 170 kg.
needed.
With panoramic sunroof
To fit a roof rack, use the fixing points provided
for this purpose:
As this value may change, please verify
► Place the roof rack on the roof aligned with
the maximum load quoted in the guide
the fixing points and secure each one to the roof
supplied with the roof bars.
in turn.
If the height exceeds 40 cm, adapt the speed
► Ensure that the roof rack is correctly fitted (by
of the vehicle to the profile of the road to
shaking it).
avoid damaging the roof bars and the fixings
on the vehicle.
Be sure to refer to national legislation in order
Bonnet
to comply with the regulations for transporting
objects that are longer than the vehicle.
Stop & Start
Before doing anything under the bonnet,
Roof bars
you must switch off the ignition to avoid any
Max. authorised load weight:
risk of the engine restarting automatically.
A maximum of 3 roof bars (or 2 bars for the
- over 2 roof bars: 100 kg,
Take care with objects or clothing that could
version with panoramic sunroof) can be installed
- distributed over 3 roof bars: 150 kg.
be caught in the blades of the cooling fan
- use the positions marked in green.
To install the transverse roof bars, use the fixing
points provided for this purpose:
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or in certain moving components - risk of
with care (risk of burns), using the protected
Closing
strangulation and serious injury!
area.
► Hold the bonnet and pull out the stay from the
When the bonnet is open, take care not to
support slot.
damage the safety catch.
► Clip the stay in its housing.
Do not open the bonnet under very windy
► Lower the bonnet and release it near the end
conditions.
of its travel.
► Pull on the bonnet to check that it is locked
Electric motor
Cooling of the engine when stopped
correctly.
Take care with objects or clothing that
The engine cooling fan may start after
could be caught in the blades of the cooling
Because of the presence of electrical
the engine has been switched off.
fan or in certain moving components - risk of
equipment under the bonnet, it is strongly
Take care with objects or clothing that
strangulation and serious injury!
recommended that exposure to water (rain,
could be caught in the blades of the fan!
Before carrying out any work under the
washing, etc.) be limited.
bonnet, you must switch off the ignition, check
that the READY indicator lamp is off on the
Opening
instrument panel and disconnect the nozzle
► Open the door.
Engine compartment
from the charging connector if it is connected.
The engine shown here is an example for
illustrative purposes only.
The locations of the following components may
vary:
- Air filter.
- Engine oil dipstick.
- Engine oil filler cap.
The location of the interior bonnet
- Priming pump.
release lever prevents the bonnet being
opened when the left-hand front door is
► Pull the release lever 1, located at the bottom
closed.
of the door frame, towards you.
► Tilt the safety catch 2 upwards, then raise the
When the engine is hot, handle the
bonnet.
exterior safety catch and the bonnet stay
► Unclip the stay 3 from its housing and place it
in the support slot to hold the bonnet open.
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Diesel engine
Electric motor
7
1. Screenwash fluid reservoir
2. Engine coolant reservoir (level only)
1. Screenwash fluid reservoir
3. Brake fluid reservoir
2. Engine coolant reservoir
4. Battery/Fuses
3. Brake fluid reservoir
5. Remote earth point (-)
4. Battery
6. Fusebox
5. Remote earth point (-)
7.
400 V electrical circuit
6. Fusebox
8. Emergency circuit-breaker for emergency
7. Air filter
services and maintenance technicians
8. Engine oil filler cap
9. Power steering fluid reservoir
9. Engine oil dipstick
10. Priming pump*
For more information on the Charging system
11. Power steering fluid reservoir
(Electric), refer to the corresponding section.
Diesel fuel system
This system is under very high pressure.
All work must be carried out only by a Fiat
Dealership or a qualified workshop
* Depending on engine.
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Servicing and maintenance
Scheduled servicing plan (Diesel version)
Once you have carried out the last intervention in the table, continue with the scheduled servicing, maintaining the frequency indicated in the plan
by marking each operation with a dot or dedicated note. Warning: simply restarting the maintenance from the start of the plan may cause the
allowed interval to be exceeded for some operations!
1.5 Diesel Engine
Thousands of miles
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
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 (examples, if provided: low voltage, ancilliaries,
remote control, telematic box module) batteries condition
and possibly recharge
Check tyre condition/wear (including the spare wheel) and,
if necessary, adjust pressure; check the expiry date of the
temporary tyre repair kit
Check condition and operation of lighting system
(examples: headlights, direction indicators, hazard warning
lights, boot, passenger compartment, glove compartment,
instrument panel warning lights)
Check horn
Check operation of the windscreen wiper/washer system
and adjust nozzles, if necessary
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1.5 Diesel Engine
7
Thousands of miles
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
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 windscreen/rear window wiper blade position/wear
(for markets/versions, where provided)
Check cleanliness of hood and boot locks, cleanliness and
lubrication of linkage
Check the conditon of exterior bodywork, the fixing of
under-body protectors, the sealing of rubber elements
(examples: gaiters, sleeves,bushes), 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 pad wear indicator
Check condition of rear brake calipers, discs, pads and
operation of pad wear indicator
Check front and rear brake pad wear (1)
Check dampers sealing
Check brake pedal
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1.5 Diesel Engine
Thousands of miles
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
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 clutch travel and adjust if necessary or check the
condition of the automatic wear compensation device
Check parking brake lever travel and adjust, if necessary
Auto diagnostic memories reading check
Check and, if necessary, top up engine compartment fluid
levels (examples: engine coolant, brakes, screenwash) (2)
Road test (3)
Check the condition and tensioning of the ancillaries drive
belt(s)
Check exhaust emissions/smokiness
Use the diagnosis socket to check fuel/engine
management system operation and engine oil decay (the
latter for versions/markets, where provided)
Check cleanliness of sliding side door lower guides for
versions with S.S.D.
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1.5 Diesel Engine
7
Thousands of miles
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
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 of the particle emission filter additive level
(NC)
Check of the clogging of the particle emission filter (4)
Check and bleed fuel filter if necessary
Replacement of fuel filter
(5)
Replacement of ancillaries drive belt (7)
Replacement of ancillaries drive belt kit (7)
Replacement of timing kit and coolant pump (7)
Replacement of air filter
(10)
Change engine oil and replace oil filter (11)
Change the brake fluid
(12)
Replacement of passenger compartment filter (13)
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1.5 Diesel Engine
Thousands of miles
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
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
Reinitialisation of the service indicator
2.0 Diesel Engine
Thousands of miles
15
30
45
60
75
90
105
120
135
150
165
180
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 (examples, if provided: low voltage, ancilliaries,
remote control, telematic box module) batteries condition
and possibly recharge
Check tyre condition/wear (including the spare wheel) and,
if necessary, adjust pressure; check the expiry date of the
temporary tyre repair kit
Check condition and operation of lighting system
(examples: headlights, direction indicators, hazard warning
lights, boot, passenger compartment, glove compartment,
instrument panel warning lights)
Check horn
Check operation of the windscreen wiper/washer system
and adjust nozzles, if necessary
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2.0 Diesel Engine
7
Thousands of miles
15
30
45
60
75
90
105
120
135
150
165
180
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 windscreen/rear window wiper blade position/wear
(for markets/versions, where provided)
Check cleanliness of hood and boot locks, cleanliness and
lubrication of linkage
Check the conditon of exterior bodywork, the fixing of
under-body protectors, the sealing of rubber elements
(examples: gaiters, sleeves,bushes), 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 pad wear indicator
Check condition of rear brake calipers, discs, pads and
operation of pad wear indicator
Check front and rear brake pad wear (1)
Check dampers sealing
Check brake pedal
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2.0 Diesel Engine
Thousands of miles
15
30
45
60
75
90
105
120
135
150
165
180
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 clutch travel and adjust if necessary or check the
condition of the automatic wear compensation device
Check parking brake lever travel and adjust, if necessary
Auto diagnostic memories reading check
Check and, if necessary, top up engine compartment fluid
levels (examples: engine coolant, brakes, screenwash) (2)
Road test (3)
Check the condition and tensioning of the ancillaries drive
belt(s)
Check exhaust emissions/smokiness
Use the diagnosis socket to check fuel/engine
management system operation and engine oil decay (the
latter for versions/markets, where provided)
Check cleanliness of sliding side door lower guides for
versions with S.S.D.
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2.0 Diesel Engine
7
Thousands of miles
15
30
45
60
75
90
105
120
135
150
165
180
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 of the particle emission filter additive level (6)
Check of the clogging of the particle emission filter (4)
Check and bleed fuel filter if necessary
Replacement of fuel filter
(5)
Replacement of ancillaries drive belt (7)
(NC)
Replacement of ancillaries drive belt kit (7)
(8)
Replacement of timing kit and coolant pump (7)
(9)
Replacement of air filter
(10)
Change engine oil and replace oil filter (11)
Change the brake fluid
(12)
Replacement of passenger compartment filter (13)
Reinitialisation of the service indicator
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Execute the above checks:
(4)
If the vehicle is used in Europe with arduous
(11)
The actual interval for changing the oil
- every year (and no more than every
conditions check after 160.000 km then
and replacing the engine oil filter depends
20.000 km) in case of usage in Europe with
every 20.000 km (140.000 km then every
on the car usage conditions and is
arduous conditions,
20.000 km for 2.0L Diesel).
signalled by the warning light or message
- every year (and no more than every
If the vehicle is used ouside Europe with
(if provided) on the instrument panel and
10.000 km) in case of usage out of Europe
arduous conditions check after 160.000 km
must never exceed 24 months.
with arduous conditions.
then every 10.000 km (140.000 km then
If the vehicle is used in Europe with
every 10.000 km for 2.0L Diesel).
arduous conditions change oil and replace
Recommended.
oil filter every year (and no more than
(5)
Every 40.000 km (50.000 km for 2.0L
every 20.000 km).
Diesel) or 4 years. If the vehicle is used
If the vehicle is used outside Europe with
Mandatory.
outside Europe every 20.000 km or 4 years.
arduous conditions change oil and replace
(6)
Every 20.000 km in case of usage in
oil filter every year (and no more than
arduous condition. 100.000 km then every
every 10.000 km).
(1)
Wheels removed.
10.000 km in case of usage out of Europe;
(12)
The brake fluid replacement has to be
(2)
Only ever use the fluids shown in
by diagnostic tool (if provided).
done every two years, irrespective of the
the handbook for topping up, and
(7)
Every 5 years for nordic countries (Finland,
mileage.
only after checking that the system is
Norway, Sweden).
intact. In case PH coolant is checked
(13)
If the vehicle is used in Europe with
(120.000 km/4 years then every
(8)
Every 100.000 km or 6 years. With Stop
arduous conditions every year (and no
maintenance), (100.000 km/4 years then
& Start by starter motor (without power
more than every 20.000 km).
every maintenance for 2.0L Diesel) replace
accumulator) replace every 140.000 km or
If the vehicle is used ouside Europe with
the coolant if necessary (when PH < 6.3).
10 years (6 years outside Europe).
arduous conditions every year (and no
more than every 10.000 km).
(3)
It is recommended any time static checks
(9)
Every 140.000 km (150.000 km in Europe)
are not enough to identify vehicle issue(s).
or 10 years.
(NC) No Concerned.
(10) Every 40.000 km (50.000 km for 2.0L
Diesel) or 4 years. If the vehicle is
used outside Europe every 10.000 km
(20.000 km for 2.0L Diesel) or 4 years.
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