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  • Page 1 OWNER'S HANDBOOK...
  • Page 2 On-line owner's handbook You can find your handbook on the CITROËN website, under "MyCITROËN". This personal and customisable space allows you to establish direct Referring to the owner's handbook on-line also gives you access to the latest information available, easily identified by the bookmark, associated and special contact with CITROËN.
  • Page 3 We draw your attention to the following... The "Familiarisation" section at the start of this document is intended as a quick way of getting to know your vehicle. Reading the detailed sections is essential to make the most of your vehicle, in complete safety.
  • Page 4: Under-Inflation Detection

    Familiarisation Exterior Stop & Start This system puts the engine temporarily into standby during stops in the traffic (traffic lights, traffic jams, etc...). The engine restarts automatically as soon as you want to move off. The Stop & Start system reduces fuel consumption and exhaust emissions, as well as noise levels when stationary.
  • Page 5 Familiarisation Exterior ® Temporary puncture AIRBUMP protectors repair kit These protect the body by reducing the effect of minor impacts experienced in everyday use This kit is a complete system, consisting of a (parking knocks, opening a door, scrapes, ...). compressor and a sealant cartridge, for the temporary repair of a tyre.
  • Page 6 Familiarisation Access Remote control key Fuel tank Bonnet Opening the filler flap. 2. Removing the filler cap. A. Unfolding / Folding the key. Locking the vehicle (direction indicators on fixed). Unlocking the boot. A. Interior release lever. B. Exterior safety catch. C.
  • Page 7: Speed Limiter / Cruise Control

    Familiarisation Interior Speed limiter / Cruise Multimedia controls control They allow access to the various sources (radio, MP3, portable player, jukebox, These two systems allow you to control the telephone) and volume adjustment. speed of the vehicle to a value you have programmed.
  • Page 8: Instruments And Controls

    Familiarisation Instruments and controls Vents for demisting or defrosting the front side windows. 2. Side adjustable air vents. 3. Door mirror controls. 4. Headlamp height adjustment. 5. Lighting and direction indicator stalk. 6. Controls for the speed limiter / cruise control.
  • Page 9: Inch Touch Screen Tablet

    Familiarisation 7-inch touch screen tablet Operation Menus Use the buttons arranged either side of the touch screen tablet for access to the menus, then press on the virtual buttons in the screen. Each menu is displayed over one or two pages (primary page and secondary page).
  • Page 10: Sitting Comfortably

    Familiarisation Sitting comfortably Driver's seat Forwards-backwards adjustment. 2. Adjustment of the backrest angle. 3. Adjustment of the cushion height. As a safety precaution, adjustments to the drivers seat most only be made when stationary.
  • Page 11: Head Restraint Adjustment

    Familiarisation Sitting comfortably Head restraint adjustment Steering wheel adjustment Door mirrors To raise it, pull it upwards. Release. Adjustment To lower it, press on the lug A and on the head 2. Adjust for height. A. Turn to select the mirror to adjust. restraint at the same time.
  • Page 12 Familiarisation Sitting comfortably Rear view mirror Front seat belts Heated seats Selection of the "day" position of the mirror. Fastening the buckle. 0: Off. 2. Adjustment of the mirror. 1: Low. 2: Medium. 3: High...
  • Page 13: Seeing Clearly

    Familiarisation Seeing clearly Lighting Wipers Ring A Stalk A: windscreen wipers Switching on "AUTO" F Press the stalk downwards. 2. Fast wipe. Lighting off/daytime running lamps. Normal wipe. Automatic illumination of headlamps. Int. Intermittent wipe. Switching off "AUTO" Sidelamps. 0. Off. F Press the stalk downwards again or place â...
  • Page 14: Passenger Safety

    Familiarisation Passenger safety Passenger's front airbag Seat belt warning lamps Manual child lock Open the glove box. Not fastened / unfastened front seat belts, This manual device prevents the opening of a 2. Insert the key. in the instrument panel. rear door from the inside.
  • Page 15: Driving Safely

    Familiarisation Driving safely Electronic gearbox This five or six speed electronically controlled Display in the instrument panel Moving off gearbox offers the ease of automatic F Switch the ignition on. Neutral. management of the gears, without intervention F Press the N (Neutral) control. D and 1 2 3 4 5 / 6 Drive (forward drive) and by the driver.
  • Page 16 Familiarisation Driving safely Stop & Start Going into engine STOP mode Going into engine START mode Deactivation / Reactivation The "ECO" warning lamp comes on in The "ECO" warning lamp goes off the instrument panel and the engine and the engine restarts automatically: automatically goes into standby: with a manual gearbox, vehicle with a manual gearbox, when you fully...
  • Page 17 Familiarisation Driving safely Speed limiter Cruise control "LIMIT" "CRUISE" Select speed limiter mode. Select cruise control mode. Display in the instrument panel 2. Decrease the programmed speed 2. Activation of cruise control at the current When selected, the speed limiter or cruise 3.
  • Page 18: Eco-Driving

    Eco-driving Familiarisation Eco-driving Eco-driving is a range of everyday practices that allow the motorist to optimise their fuel consumption and CO emissions. Optimise the use of your gearbox Control the use of your electrical equipment With a manual gearbox, move off gently and change up without waiting. Before moving off, if the passenger compartment is too warm, ventilate it During acceleration change up early.
  • Page 19 Familiarisation Limit the causes of excess consumption Observe the recommendations on maintenance Spread loads throughout the vehicle; place the heaviest items in the Check the tyre pressures regularly, when cold, referring to the label in bottom of the boot, as close as possible to the rear seats. the door aperture, driver's side.
  • Page 20: Instrument Panel

    Monitoring Instrument panel Display screens Service indicator, then total distance 3. Digital speedometer (mph or km/h). 5. Gear shift indicator. recorder (miles or km). 4. Information related to the electronic 6. Engine oil level indicator. These functions are displayed in turn when gearbox.
  • Page 21: Indicator And Warning Lamps

    Monitoring Indicator and warning lamps Visual indicators informing the driver that a system is in operation, switched off or has a fault. When the ignition is switched on Associated warnings Certain warning lamps may come on in Certain warning lamps come on for a few The switching on of certain warning lamps may one of two modes: fixed (continuous) or seconds in the instrument panel when the...
  • Page 22: Operation Indicator Lamps

    Monitoring Operation indicator lamps If one of the following indicator lamps comes on, this confirms that the corresponding system has come into operation. It may be accompanied by an audible signal and a message in the screen. Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations...
  • Page 23 Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Rear foglamp fixed. The rear foglamp is switched on. Turn the ring on the stalk rearwards to switch off the rear foglamp. Diesel engine fixed. The key is at position 2 (ignition on) in Wait until the warning lamp goes off before starting.
  • Page 24 Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Automatic fixed. The wiper control is pushed Automatic front wiping is activated. wiping downwards. To deactivate automatic wiping, operate the control stalk downwards or put the stalk into another position. Passenger's fixed.
  • Page 25 Monitoring Deactivation indicator lamps If one of the following indicator lamps comes on, this confirms that the corresponding system has been switched off intentionally. This is may be accompanied by an audible signal and the display of a message. Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations...
  • Page 26: Warning Lamps

    Monitoring Warning lamps When the engine is running or the vehicle is being driven, illumination of one of the following warning lamps indicates a fault which requires action on the part of the driver. Any fault resulting in the illumination of a warning lamp must be investigated further using the associated message. If you encounter any problems, contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop.
  • Page 27 Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Braking fixed. The brake fluid level has dropped You must stop as soon as it is safe to do so. significantly. Top up with brake fluid listed by CITROËN. If the problem persists, have the system checked by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop.
  • Page 28 Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations AdBlue ® additive fixed, on switching The remaining driving range is Have the AdBlue ® additive topped up as soon as (Blue HDi Diesel) on the ignition, between 350 miles (600 km) and possible: go to a dealer CITROËN or a qualified accompanied by an 1500 miles (2400 km).
  • Page 29 Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations SCR emissions fixed, on switching on A fault with the SCR emissions This alert disappears once the exhaust emissions the ignition, associated control system control system has been detected. return to normal levels. with the SERVICE (Blue HDi Diesel) and engine diagnostic...
  • Page 30 Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Low fuel level fixed, accompanied by When it first comes on there remains You must refuel as soon as possible to avoid running an audible signal and approximately 5 litres of fuel in the out of fuel.
  • Page 31 Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Battery charge fixed. The battery charging circuit has a The warning lamp should go off when the engine is fault (dirty or loose terminals, slack or started. cut alternator belt, ...). If it does not go off, contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop.
  • Page 32 Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Under-inflation fixed, accompanied by The pressure in one or more wheels Check the pressure of the tyres as soon as possible. an audible signal and is too low. This check should preferably be carried out when the a message.
  • Page 33: Service Indicator

    Monitoring Indicators Service indicator More than 1 800 miles (3 000 km) Between 600 miles (1 000 km) and 1 800 miles remain before the next service is (3 000 km) remain before the next service is due For 5 seconds after the ignition is switched on, When the ignition is switched on, no service the spanner symbolising the service operations information appears in the screen.
  • Page 34 Monitoring Less than 600 miles (1 000 km) Service overdue The distance remaining may be remain before the next service is due weighted by the time factor, depending For 5 seconds after the ignition is switched on, the on the driving conditions. Example: 560 miles (900 km) remain before spanner flashes to indicate that the service must Therefore, the spanner may also come...
  • Page 35 Monitoring Service indicator zero reset Retrieving the service information After each service, the service indicator must be reset to zero. You can access the service information at any If you have carried out the service on your time in the touch screen tablet. vehicle yourself: F switch off the ignition, F Select the "Driving assistance"...
  • Page 36: Engine Oil Level Indicator

    Monitoring Engine oil level indicator (depending on version) System which informs the driver whether the engine oil level is correct or not. This information is indicated for a few seconds Oil level correct Oil level indicator fault when the ignition is switched on, after the service information.
  • Page 37: General Operation

    Monitoring 7-inch touch screen tablet The touch screen tablet gives access to: General operation the heating/air conditioning controls, Recommendations Principles the trip computer for settings for certain vehicle functions, It is necessary to press firmly, particularly for Use the buttons on either side of the screen audio system and telephone controls, "flick"...
  • Page 38 Monitoring Touch screen tablet menus "Air conditioning" "Configuration" allows control of the settings for allows sound settings and the temperature and air flow. brightness of instruments and controls to be adjusted and gives access to the interactive help for the "Driving assistance"...
  • Page 39 Monitoring "Driving assistance" menu The functions with settings that can be adjusted are detailed in the following table. Button Corresponding function Comments Stop & Start Deactivation of the function. Parking sensors Deactivation of the function. Speed settings Memorisation of speeds for use with the speed limiter or cruise control. Under-inflation initialisation Reinitialisation of the under-inflation detection system.
  • Page 40 Monitoring Button Corresponding function Comments Diagnostic List of current alerts, servicing information. Vehicle settings Access to other functions with settings that can be adjusted. The functions are grouped together under three tabs: "Driving assistance" ● "Automatic rear wiper in reverse": activation/deactivation of rear wiper linked to reverse gear (see the "Visibility"...
  • Page 41: Configuration Menu

    Monitoring "Configuration" menu The functions available through this menu are detailed in the table below. Button Corresponding function Comments Audio settings Adjustment of volume, balance... Turn off screen Turns off the screen display in the touch screen tablet (black screen). Pressing the black screen restores the display.
  • Page 42 Monitoring Button Corresponding function Comments Configuration Choice of units: temperature (°Celsius or °Fahrenheit) distance and fuel consumption (l/100 km, mpg or km/l). Time/Date Setting the date and time. Languages Choice of language used by the touch screen tablet: French, English, Italian, Spanish, German, Dutch, Portuguese, Polish, Turkish, Russian, Croatian, Hungarian, Czech, Brazilian.
  • Page 43: Trip Computer

    Monitoring Trip computer System that gives you information on the journey in progress (range, fuel consumption…). The information is accessible in the the touch screen tablet. Information display in the touch screen tablet Trip reset The current fuel consumption tab with: ●...
  • Page 44 Monitoring Trip computer, a few definitions Range Current fuel consumption Average fuel consumption (miles or km) (mpg or l/100 km or km/l) (mpg or l/100 km or km/l) The distance which can still be Calculated over the last few seconds. Calculated since the last trip travelled with the fuel remaining in computer reset.
  • Page 45: Total Distance Recorder

    Monitoring Distance recorders Total distance recorder Trip distance recorder System which measures the total distance System which measures a distance travelled travelled by the vehicle during its life. (daily, for example) since it was reset to zero by The total distance recorder is displayed the driver.
  • Page 46: Setting The Date And Time

    Monitoring Setting the date and time F Select "Adjust time" or "Adjust date" F Press "Confirm" to quit. This function is accessible in the touch screen tablet. and modify the settings using the number keypad, then confirm. F Select the "Configuration" menu.
  • Page 47: Remote Control Key

    Access Remote control key System which permits central unlocking or locking of the vehicle using the door lock or from a distance. It is also used to locate and start the vehicle, as well as providing protection against theft. Unfolding / folding the key Unlocking the vehicle Unlocking using the remote Selective unlocking of the boot...
  • Page 48 Access Locking the vehicle Locating your vehicle Anti-theft protection Locking using the remote control This function allows you to identify your vehicle Electronic engine immobiliser from a distance, especially when the light is The key contains an electronic chip which has poor.
  • Page 49: Changing The Battery

    Access Fault with the remote control In the event of a fault with the remote control, you can no longer unlock, lock or locate your vehicle. F First of all, use the key in the lock to unlock or lock your vehicle. F Then, reinitialise the remote control.
  • Page 50: Remote Control

    Access Lost keys Do not throw the remote control batteries away, they contain metals Go to a CITROËN dealer with the vehicle's registration document, your personal which are harmful to the environment. identification documents and if possible the key code label. Take them to an approved collection The CITROËN dealer will be able to look up the key code and the transponder code point.
  • Page 51: Central Locking

    Access Central locking Manual central locking Automatic central locking (anti-intrusion security) The doors and boot can lock automatically Transporting long or voluminous while driving (speed above 6 mph (10 km/h)). objects To activate or deactivate this function If you want to drive with the boot open, (activated by default): press the central locking control button F Press this button until an audible signal...
  • Page 52: From Outside

    Access Doors Opening Closing When a door is not fully closed: engine running, a message appears in the screen, vehicle moving, a message appears in the screen, accompanied by an audible signal. From outside From inside F After unlocking the vehicle using the F Pull the interior control lever of a front door;...
  • Page 53: Secondary Control

    Access Secondary control Procedure for mechanically locking and unlocking the doors in the event of a fault with the central locking system or a battery failure. In the event of a fault with the central locking system, it is essential to disconnect the battery to lock the boot and so ensure complete locking of the vehicle.
  • Page 54: Boot Release

    Access Boot Opening Closing Boot release System for mechanical unlocking of the boot in the event of a battery or central locking malfunction. F After unlocking the boot (see the "Remote F Lower the tailgate using the interior grab control key" section), press the opening handle.
  • Page 55 Access Front electric window controls The electric window switches Always remove the key from the ignition remain operational for approximately when leaving the vehicle, even for a 45 seconds after the ignition is short time. switched off or until a front door In the event of contact during operation is opened.
  • Page 56: Rear Door Windows

    Access Rear door windows Each window can be hinged open to provide ventilation at the rear seats. Opening Closing F Pull the lever to release the window. F Tilt the lever fully inwards to secure the window in the closed position. F Tilt the lever outwards.
  • Page 57: Front Seats

    Comfort Front seats As a safety measure, adjustments to the driver's seat must only be done when stationary. Adjustments Forwards-backwards Seat backrest angle Height (driver only) F Raise the control A and slide the seat F Turn the knob B to adjust the backrest. F Pull the control C upwards to raise the seat forwards or backwards.
  • Page 58 Comfort Head restraint height F To raise the head restraint, pull it upwards. The head restraint has a frame with F To remove the head restraint, press the notches which prevents it from lowering; lug A and pull the head restraint upwards. this is a safety device in case of impact.
  • Page 59: Heated Seats

    Comfort Heated seats The front seats can be heated individually. Before leaving the vehicle, check that the control wheel for the passenger's seat is at position 0 so that the seat is not heated unnecessarily if there is no passenger on your next journey. F With the engine running, use the control wheel to switch on and select the level of heating required:...
  • Page 60: Rear Seats

    Comfort Rear seats Bench seat with fixed one-piece cushion and folding one-piece backrest. Folding the backrest Repositioning the seat backrest F Move the front seats forward if necessary. F Press both controls 1 simultaneously to F Straighten the seat backrest 2 and secure F Position the seat belts on the backrest and release the seat backrest 2.
  • Page 61: Rear Head Restraints

    Comfort Rear head restraints These have one position for use (up) and a stowed position (down). They can be removed and are interchangeable Never drive with the head restraints side to side. removed; they must be in place and To remove a head restraint: adjusted to the normal position (up).
  • Page 62 Comfort Mirrors Door mirrors Each fitted with an adjustable mirror glass Manual folding providing the lateral rearward vision necessary You can fold the mirrors manually (tight parking for overtaking or parking. They can also be space, narrow garage...). folded for parking in confined spaces. F Turn the mirror towards the vehicle.
  • Page 63: Rear View Mirror

    Comfort Rear view mirror Adjustable mirror providing a central rearward view. Equipped with an anti-dazzle system, which darkens the mirror glass and reduces the nuisance to the driver caused by the sun, headlamps from other vehicles... Adjustment F Adjust the mirror so that the glass is directed correctly in the "day"...
  • Page 64: Steering Wheel Adjustment

    Comfort Steering wheel adjustment Correct driving position Before taking to the road and to make the most of the ergonomics of your driving position, carry out these adjustments in the following order: height of the head restraint, backrest angle, cushion height, longitudinal position of the seat, height of the steering wheel, the interior and door mirrors.
  • Page 65: Air Intake

    Comfort Ventilation Air intake The air circulating in the passenger compartment is filtered and originates either from the outside via the grille located at the base of the windscreen or from the inside in air recirculation mode. Air treatment The incoming air follows various routes depending on the controls selected by the driver: direct arrival in the passenger...
  • Page 66: Recommendations For Ventilation And Air Conditioning

    Comfort Recommendations for ventilation and air conditioning In order for these systems to be fully effective, follow the operation and maintenance If after an extended stop in sunshine, guidelines below: the interior temperature is very high, first F To obtain an even air distribution, take care not to obstruct the exterior air intake grilles ventilate the passenger compartment for located at the base of the windscreen, the nozzles, the vents and the air outlets, as well a few moments.
  • Page 67: Temperature Adjustment

    Comfort Heating The heating system works only when the engine is running. F Select the "Air conditioning" Temperature adjustment Air flow adjustment menu in the touch screen tablet to display the controls page for the system. F Press one of these buttons or move the cursor from blue (cold) to red (hot) to adjust the temperature to your wishes.
  • Page 68 Comfort Air distribution adjustment Air intake / Air recirculation You can vary the air distribution in the passenger The intake of exterior air prevents and Avoid the prolonged use of recirculation compartment using these three buttons. eliminates misting of the windscreen and side of the interior air (risk of misting and windows.
  • Page 69: Manual Air Conditioning

    Comfort Manual air conditioning The air conditioning system operates with the engine running. F Select the "Air conditioning" Temperature adjustment Air flow adjustment menu in the touch screen tablet to display the controls page for the system. F Press one of these buttons or move the cursor blue (cold) to red (hot) to adjust the temperature to your liking.
  • Page 70 Comfort Air distribution adjustment Fresh air intake / Air Air conditioning On / Off recirculation The air conditioning is designed to operate The intake of fresh air avoids and eliminates You can modulate the distribution of air in the effectively in all seasons, with the windows closed. misting of the windscreen and side windows.
  • Page 71: Automatic Air Conditioning

    Comfort Automatic air conditioning This air conditioning system operates with the engine running, but the ventilation and its controls are available with the ignition on. Operation of the air conditioning and regulation Temperature adjustment Automatic comfort of temperature, air flow and air distribution in programme the passenger compartment are automatic.
  • Page 72 Comfort Automatic programme mode setting F Go to the secondary page To change the current setting press the button In cold weather with the engine cold, for the desired mode: by pressing this button to the air flow is increased gradually until modulate the automatic comfort the system has warmed up, in order "Soft": provides soft and quiet...
  • Page 73 Comfort Resuming manual control Air flow adjustment You can manually adjust the air flow and Air distribution adjustment distribution. You can modulate the distribution of air in the passenger compartment using these three buttons. As soon as you modify a setting, the automatic comfort programme is deactivated.
  • Page 74 Comfort Air conditioning On/Off Air intake/Air recirculation Ventilation with "ignition on" function The air conditioning is designed to operate The intake of exterior air avoids and eliminated With the ignition on, you can use the efficiently in all seasons, with the windows misting of the windscreen and side windows.
  • Page 75: Front Demist - Defrost

    Comfort Front Demist - Defrost Switching on With Stop & Start, when demisting has been activated, the STOP mode is not F Press this button to demist or available. defrost the windscreen and side windows as quickly as possible. The indicator lamp in the button comes on.
  • Page 76: Rear Screen Demist - Defrost

    Comfort Rear screen demist - defrost Switching on Switch off the heating of the rear screen and door mirrors as soon as you judge it F Press this button to demist/ possible, as reducing the consumption defrost the rear screen and of electrical current reduces fuel (depending on version) the door consumption.
  • Page 77: Interior Fittings

    Fittings Interior fittings with manual gearbox Sun visor. 2. Glove box. It houses an auxiliary socket and a USB port (depending on version). 3. 12 V (120 W) accessory socket. 4. USB port. 5. Open storage. 6. Cup holder. Front armrest with storage. (depending on version).
  • Page 78 Fittings Interior fittings with electronic gearbox Sun visor. 2. Glove box. It houses an auxiliary socket and a USB port (depending on version). 3. 12 V (120 W) accessory socket. 4. USB port. 5. Open storage. 6. Cup holder. Front armrest. 8.
  • Page 79: Sun Visor

    Fittings Sun visor Glove box 12 V accessory socket F To connect a 12 V accessory (maximum Component to protect against sunlight from the It can be used to hold a water bottle, the front or the side. vehicle's handbook pack... power: 120 Watts), lift the cover and The driver's sun visor is fitted with a vanity connect a suitable adaptor.
  • Page 80: Auxiliary Socket

    Fittings USB port(s)* Auxiliary socket When a USB port is used, the portable device charges automatically. For more information on using this equipment, refer to the "Audio and telematics" section. It allows the connection of a portable device or It permits the connection of a portable device For best reception, it is recommended a USB memory stick.
  • Page 81: Front Armrest

    Fittings Front armrest Coat hooks Manual gearbox Electronic gearbox They are located above each rear door. (depending on equipment) F For access to the closed storage box, lift The armrest can be inclined forwards to benefit from its comfort or folded completely the lever to open the lid.
  • Page 82 Fittings Mats Removable carpet protection. Removal To avoid any risk of jamming of the pedals: To remove the mat on the driver's side: only use mats which are suited to F move the seat as far back as possible, the fixings already present in the F unclip the fixings, vehicle;...
  • Page 83: Boot Fittings

    Fittings Boot fittings Rear parcel shelf. 2. Hook. 3. Storage box. 4. Storage net (accessory). 5. Storage net fixing rings. The storage net fixing rings are not intended to secure loads or restrain baggage.
  • Page 84: Rear Parcel Shelf

    Fittings Rear parcel shelf Hook Storage box F Remove the boot carpet for access to the To remove the shelf: It can be used to secure shopping bags. F unhook the two cords, storage box. F raise the shelf slightly, then remove it. Depending on the configuration, it is laid out for storing: There are several options for storing the shelf:...
  • Page 85 Fittings Warning triangle (storage) The triangle may be stowed under the boot carpet (in the storage well) or, depending on version, under the front passenger seat. Placing the triangle in the Before leaving your vehicle to set up road and install the triangle, switch on the hazard warning lamps and put on your F Place the triangle behind the vehicle, as high visibility vest.
  • Page 86: Starting / Stopping The Engine

    Driving Starting - Stopping the engine Starting Switching off F Immobilise the vehicle. F Turn the key fully towards you to position 1 (Stop). F Remove the key from the ignition switch. Avoid attaching heavy objects to the Key left in the "Ignition on" key, which could pull down in it when in position the ignition switch and cause faults.
  • Page 87: Parking Brake

    Driving Parking brake Application Release When the vehicle is being driven, if this warning lamp and the STOP warning lamp come on, accompanied by an audible signal and a message in the screen, this indicates that the parking brake is still on or has not been fully released.
  • Page 88: Speed Manual Gearbox

    Driving 5-speed manual gearbox Engaging reverse gear Only engage reverse gear when the vehicle is stationary with the engine at idle. As a safety precaution and to facilitate starting of the engine: always select neutral, press the clutch pedal. F Press the clutch pedal fully down. F Push the gear lever fully to the right then backwards.
  • Page 89: Gear Shift Indicator

    Driving Gear shift indicator System which reduces fuel consumption by advising the driver to change up, on vehicles fitted with a manual gearbox. Operation Depending on the driving situation and your The system adapts its gear change vehicle's equipment, the system may advise recommendation according to the you to skip one (or more) gear(s).
  • Page 90: Steering Mounted Controls

    Driving Electronic gearbox Five or six-speed electronically controlled gearbox which offers the comfort of automatic control of the gears, without any action by the driver. You can temporarily take control of gear changes at any time, using the steering mounted control paddles. Control panel Steering mounted controls Display in the instrument panel...
  • Page 91: Moving Off

    Driving Moving off F Switch on the ignition. N appears in the instrument panel. Creep function F Select neutral (control N). The indicator lamp for the control comes on. This function allows the vehicle to be F Press the brake pedal fully. manoeuvred more easily at low speeds (when F Start the engine.
  • Page 92: Forward Drive

    Driving Forward drive Reverse F Press control D. To engage reverse, the vehicle must be immobilised with your foot on the brake. The indicator lamp in the control comes on. F Press control R. D and the gear engaged appear in The indicator lamp in the control comes on.
  • Page 93 Driving Stopping the vehicle Reinitialisation Operating fault (5-speed electronic gearbox) Before switching off the engine: Following disconnection of the battery, it is With the ignition on, illumination of press control N to be in neutral, necessary to reinitialise the gearbox. this warning lamp, accompanied by F Switch on the ignition.
  • Page 94: Hill Start Assist

    Driving Hill start assist System which keeps your vehicle immobilised Operation temporarily (approximately 2 seconds) when starting on a gradient, the time it takes to move your foot from the brake pedal to the accelerator pedal. This system only operates when: the vehicle is completely stationary, with your foot on the brake pedal, certain conditions of slope are met,...
  • Page 95: Stop & Start

    Driving Stop & Start The Stop & Start system puts the engine temporarily into standby - STOP mode - during stops in the traffic (red lights, traffic jams, or other...). The engine restarts automatically - START mode - as soon as you want to move off. The restart takes place instantly, quickly and silently. Perfect for urban use, the Stop &...
  • Page 96: Maintenance

    Driving Maintenance Before doing anything under the Going into engine START mode Special cases: START invoked bonnet, deactivate the Stop & Start automatically system to avoid any risk of injury resulting from automatic operation of START mode is invoked automatically when: The "ECO"...
  • Page 97 Driving Deactivation Reactivation Operating fault The system can be reactivated in the touch screen tablet. A fault with the system is signalled in the "Driving assistance" menu Pressing this button again reactivates (primary page) of the touch screen the Stop & Start system. The tablet.
  • Page 98: Speed Limiter

    Driving Speed limiter System which prevents the vehicle from exceeding the speed programmed by the driver. Steering mounted controls Display in the instrument panel The programmed speed remains in the system memory when the ignition is switched off. The speed limiter cannot, in any circumstances, replace the need to observe speed limits, nor can it replace the need for vigilance and responsibility on the part of the driver.
  • Page 99 Driving Switching on / Pause Adjusting the speed limit setting You do not have to switch the speed The speed limiter is switched on limiter on in order to set the speed. manually: it requires a programmed speed of at least 20 mph (30 km/h). After first selecting speed limiter mode (wheel 1 in position "LIMIT"), you can modify the speed setting by:...
  • Page 100: Switching Off

    Driving Temporarily exceeding the Operating fault programmed speed F Press firmly on the accelerator pedal, Flashing of the dashes indicates a fault with the On sharp acceleration, as when speed limiter. going beyond the point of resistance, to descending a steep hill, the speed Have it checked by a CITROËN dealer or a exceed the programmed speed limit.
  • Page 101: Cruise Control

    Driving Cruise control System which automatically maintains the speed of the vehicle at the value programmed by the driver, without any action on the accelerator pedal. Steering mounted controls Display in the instrument panel Switching off the ignition cancels any programmed speed value.
  • Page 102 Driving Switching on Modification of the initial speed setting If the cruise control is switched on, you can The cruise control is switched on then modify the initial speed in one of the manually: it requires a minimum vehicle following ways: speed of 25 mph (40 km/h).
  • Page 103 Driving Pause Switching off F Turn wheel 1 to the "0" position. The cruise control is paused manually When the cruise control is switched on, The display of information related to the or by pressing the brake or clutch pedal be careful if you maintain the pressure cruise control disappears.
  • Page 104: Memorising Speeds

    Driving Memorising speeds This function allows speeds to be saved, which can then be offered to set the two systems: the speed limiter (to limit the speed of the vehicle) or the cruise control (for a vehicle cruising speed). You can memorise up to six speed settings for each of the two systems. By default, some speeds are already memorised. Memorisation This function is accessible in the touch screen tablet.
  • Page 105: Rear Parking Sensors

    Driving Parking sensors Rear parking sensors The system is switched on by engaging reverse gear. This is accompanied by an audible signal. The system is switched off when you come out of reverse gear. This system indicates the proximity of an obstacle (person, vehicle, tree, gate, etc.) which comes within the field of detection of Visual assistance...
  • Page 106: Front Parking Sensors

    Driving Front parking sensors The parking sensors are deactivated while the Park Assist system is measuring a space. In addition to the rear parking sensors, the See the "Park Assist" section. front parking sensors are triggered when an obstacle is detected in front and the speed of the vehicle is still below 6 mph (10 km/h).
  • Page 107: Reversing Camera

    Driving Reversing camera The reversing camera is activated automatically The space between the blue lines represents Opening the tailgate causes the display when reverse gear is engaged. the width of your vehicle except for the door to disappear. The image is displayed in the touch screen tablet. mirrors.
  • Page 108: Park Assist

    Driving Park Assist This system provides active assistance with parking, detecting a parking space then controlling the steering to park in the space. It controls the steering while the driver manages the accelerator, brakes, gears and clutch (manual gearbox). During phases of entry into and exit from a parking space, the system provides visual and audible information to the driver in order to make the manoeuvre safe.
  • Page 109 Driving Entering a parallel parking space F When you have identified a free space, reduce the speed of the vehicle to a maximum of 12 mph (20 km/h). To activate the Park Assist system: F Operate the direction indicator on the F Press this control to activate the system.
  • Page 110 Driving F Move your vehicle forward until a new The assisted parking manoeuvre is in progress. The driver takes back control of the vehicle's message is displayed. Without exceeding 5 mph (8 km/h), continue steering. the manoeuvres following the information given by the "parking assistance"...
  • Page 111 Driving Exit from a parallel parking space F When you want to exit from a parallel F Select the exit parking space manoeuvre. parking space, start the engine. The indicator lamp in the control comes on. F Operate the direction indicator on the exit from parking side.
  • Page 112: Operating Faults

    Driving Deactivation Operating faults The system is deactivated automatically: A message is displayed in the screen. on switching off the ignition, In the event of a fault with the if the engine stalls, system, this warning lamp is if no manoeuvre is started within 5 minutes displayed in the instrument panel and/or a of selection of the type of manoeuvre, message appears in the screen, accompanied...
  • Page 113: Lighting Control

    Visibility Lighting control System for selection and control of the various front and rear lamps providing the vehicle's lighting. Main lighting Additional lighting The various front and rear lamps of the vehicle Other lamps are provided to meet the are designed to adapt the driver's visibility requirements of particular driving conditions: progressively according to the climatic a rear foglamp,...
  • Page 114 Visibility Selection ring for main lighting mode Turn the ring to position the symbol required facing the mark. Lighting off / Daytime running lamps. Automatic illumination of headlamps. Dipping the headlamps Pull the stalk to switch the lighting between Sidelamps only. dipped / main beam headlamps.
  • Page 115 Visibility Foglamps selection ring The foglamps operate with dipped and main beam headlamps. Front foglamps and rear Rear foglamp only foglamp F To switch it on, turn the ring forwards. Rotate and release the ring: When the headlamps switch off with automatic F forwards a first time to switch on the front When the lighting is switched off automatically illumination of headlamps (AUTO model)
  • Page 116 Visibility In good or rainy weather, both day Switching off the lamps Switching on the lamps and night, the front foglamps and the when the ignition is after the ignition is rear foglamp are prohibited. In these switched off switched off situations, the power of their beams On switching off the ignition, all of the lamps To reactivate the lighting control, rotate...
  • Page 117 Visibility Automatic illumination of headlamps Activation Operating fault F Turn the ring to the "AUTO" position. The In the event of a malfunction of the activation of the function is accompanied sunshine sensor, the lighting comes by the display of a message. on, this warning lamp is displayed in the instrument panel accompanied by an audible signal and/or a message.
  • Page 118: Daytime Running Lamps /Sidelamps (Leds)

    Visibility Daytime running lamps /Sidelamps (LEDs) In some weather conditions (e.g. low temperature or humidity), the presence of misting on the internal surface of the glass of the headlamps and rear lamps is normal; it disappears after the lamps have been on for a few minutes. The light-emitting diodes (LEDs) come on They provide the following functions: Daytime running lamps (lighting control...
  • Page 119: Parking Lamps

    Visibility Parking lamps Guide-me-home lighting Automatic Manual When the automatic illumination of headlamps is activated, if the ambient light level is low, dipped beam comes on automatically when switching off the ignition. Activation or deactivation of the system, as well as the period for the guide-me-home lighting are set in the touch screen tablet.
  • Page 120: Headlamp Adjustment

    Visibility Headlamp adjustment Travelling abroad The design of the dipped beam headlamps allows, without modification, driving in a country that drives on the other side of the road to the country in which your vehicle was sold. To avoid causing a nuisance to other road users, the height of the headlamps should be adjusted in relation to the load in the vehicle.
  • Page 121: Cornering Lighting

    Visibility Cornering lighting Switching on This system starts: when the corresponding direction indicator is switched on, from a certain angle of rotation of the steering wheel. With dipped or main beams, this system With cornering lighting Switching off makes use of the beam from a front foglamp The system does not operate: to illuminate the inside of a bend, when the below a certain angle of rotation of the...
  • Page 122: Wiper Control Stalk

    Visibility Wiper control stalk Manual controls In wintry conditions, remove snow, ice or frost present on the windscreen, The wipers are controlled directly by the driver. Windscreen wipers around the wiper arms and blades and Wiping speed control stalk: raise or lower the the windscreen seal, before operating stalk to the desired position.
  • Page 123: Reverse Gear

    Visibility Reverse gear When reverse gear is engaged, the rear wiper will come into operation automatically if the windscreen wipers are operating. Activation or deactivation of this automatic function can be set in the touch screen tablet. F Select the "Driving assistance" menu.
  • Page 124: Automatic Rain Sensitive Windscreen Wipers

    Visibility Automatic rain sensitive windscreen wipers The windscreen wipers operate automatically, without any action on the part of the driver, if rain is detected (sensor behind the rear view mirror), adapting their speed to the intensity of the rainfall. Switching on Switching off The automatic rain sensitive windscreen wipers must be reactivated by pushing...
  • Page 125 Visibility Special position of the windscreen wipers Operating fault If a fault occurs with the automatic rain sensitive wipers, the wipers will operate in intermittent mode. Have it checked by CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop. To maintain the effectiveness of the Do not cover the rain sensor, linked with "flat-blade"...
  • Page 126: Panoramic Sunroof

    Visibility Panoramic sunroof Advice on care In order to preserve the properties of the glazed roof, we recommend that you wipe or clean the inner glass using a clean, soft and dry cloth. For stubborn stains, the glass should be cleaned using screenwash fluid, rinsed with clean water, then dried with a clean, soft cloth.
  • Page 127: Courtesy Lamp

    Visibility Courtesy lamp Courtesy lamp Map reading lamps F With the ignition on, press the In this position, the courtesy lamp comes on gradually: corresponding switch. when the vehicle is unlocked, when the key is removed from the ignition, Take care to avoid leaving anything in when opening a door, contact with the courtesy lamp.
  • Page 128: Boot Lamp

    Visibility Brightness of instruments and controls Boot lamp Lighting dimmer control Black screen (Touch screen tablet) Allows the manual adjustment of the brightness of the instrument and controls illumination, to suit the ambient light level. Operates only when the sidelamps are This comes on automatically when the boot is opened and switches off automatically when the boot is closed.
  • Page 129: Hazard Warning Lamps

    Safety Direction in dicators Hazard warning lamps Automatic operation of hazard warning lamps When braking in an emergency, depending on the deceleration, the hazard warning lamps come on automatically. They switch off automatically the first time you accelerate. F You can also switch them off by pressing the button.
  • Page 130: Emergency Or Assistance Call

    Safety Horn Emergency or assistance call Audible warning system to alert other road This system allows you to make an emergency users to an imminent danger. or assistance call to the emergency services or F Press the central part of the steering to the dedicated CITROËN service.
  • Page 131: Tyre Under-Inflation Detection

    Safety Tyre under-inflation detection System which automatically checks the pressure of the tyres while driving. The system monitors the pressures on the four The under-inflation detection system The inflation pressures defined for tyres, once the vehicle is moving. does not replace the vigilance or the your vehicle can be found on the tyre It compares the information given by the four responsibility of the driver.
  • Page 132 Safety Under-inflation alert Reinitialisation F If you have a compressor (such as the one This is given by fixed illumination of It is necessary to reinitialise the system every this warning lamp, accompanied by time one or more tyre pressure is adjusted, and in the temporary puncture repair kit) check an audible signal and the display of a after changing one or more wheels.
  • Page 133 Safety Operating fault Reinitialisation of the system is done in the the Snow chains touch screen tablet, with the ignition on and the The system does not have to be vehicle stationary. reinitialised after fitting or removing F Select the "Driving assistance" The flashing and then fixed illumination of the snow chains.
  • Page 134: Electronic Stability Control (Esc)

    Safety Electronic stability control (ESC) Electronic Stability Control (ESC) incorporating Definitions the following systems: Anti-lock braking system (ABS) Anti-slip regulation (ASR) the anti-lock braking system (ABS) and the and electronic brake force electronic brake force distribution (EBFD), The ASR system (also known as Traction distribution (EBFD) the emergency braking assistance, Control) optimises traction in order to limit...
  • Page 135: Operation

    Safety Operation Anti-lock braking system (ABS) When changing wheels (tyres and rims), and electronic brake force make sure that these are approved for distribution (EBFD) your vehicle. Normal operation of the ABS may make When this warning lamp comes on, itself felt by slight vibrations of the brake accompanied by an audible signal pedal.
  • Page 136 Safety Deactivation Operating fault If this warning lamp comes on, In exceptional conditions (starting a vehicle accompanied by an audible signal which is bogged down, stuck in snow, on soft and a message, this indicates a fault ground...), it may be advisable to deactivate with the system.
  • Page 137: Front Seat Belts

    Safety Seat belts Front seat belts Rear seat belts The front seat belts are fitted with a The rear seats are each fitted with a three-point Fastening pretensioning and force limiting system. seat belt. F Pull the strap, then insert the tongue in the This system improves safety in the front buckle.
  • Page 138 Safety Front seat belt warning lamps On switching on the ignition, warning lamp 1 comes on in the instrument panel and the corresponding warning lamp (2 and 3) comes on in red in the passenger's seat belt and front airbag warning lamp display if the driver's seat belt or front passenger's seat belt is not fastened or is unfastened.
  • Page 139 Safety The driver must ensure that passengers use In order to be effective, a seat belt must: Recommendations for children the seat belts correctly and that they are all be tightened as close to the body as Use a suitable child seat if the passenger is restrained securely before setting off.
  • Page 140 Safety Airbags System designed to maximise the safety of the occupants (with the exception of the rear centre passenger) in the event of violent collisions. The airbags supplement the action of the force- limiting seat belts (with the exception of the centre rear passenger).
  • Page 141: Front Airbags

    Safety Front airbags To assure the safety of your child, the passenger's front airbag must be deactivated when you install a "rearward facing" child seat on the front passenger seat. Otherwise, the child would risk being seriously injured or killed if the airbag were deployed.
  • Page 142 Safety Operating fault If this warning lamp comes on in the If this warning lamp flashes, contact instrument panel, accompanied by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop. The passenger's front an audible warning and a message, airbag may no longer be deployed in contact a CITROËN dealer or a the event of a serious impact.
  • Page 143: Lateral Airbags

    Safety Lateral airbags System which protects the driver and front Impact detection zones passenger in the event of a serious side impact A. Front impact zone. in order to limit the risk of injury to the chest, B. Side impact zone. between the hip and the shoulder.
  • Page 144: Curtain Airbags

    Safety Curtain airbags System which protects the driver and Deployment Operating fault passengers (with the exception of the rear The curtain airbag is deployed at the same If this warning lamp comes on in the centre passenger) in the event of a serious side time as the corresponding lateral airbag in the instrument panel, accompanied by an impact in order to limit the risk of injury to the...
  • Page 145 Safety For the airbags to be fully effective, observe the following safety rules: Sit in a normal upright position. Front airbags Lateral airbags Wear a correctly adjusted seat belt. Do not drive holding the steering wheel by its Use only approved covers on the seats, Do not leave anything between the spokes or resting your hands on the centre compatible with the deployment the lateral...
  • Page 146 Child safety General points relating to child seats Although one of CITROËN main criteria when designing your vehicle, the safety of your children also depends on you. For maximum safety, please observe the CITROËN recommends that children following recommendations: should travel on the rear seats of your in accordance with European regulations, vehicle: all children under the age of 12 or less...
  • Page 147 Child safety Child seat at the rear "Rearward facing" "Forward facing" Centre rear seat A child seat with a support leg must never be installed on the centre rear passenger seat. When a "rearward facing" child seat is installed When a "forward facing" child seat is installed on a rear passenger seat, move the vehicle's on a rear passenger seat, move the vehicle's front seat forwards and straighten the backrest...
  • Page 148 Child safety Child seat in the front* "Rearward facing" "Forward facing" When a "rearward facing" child seat is installed When a "forward facing" child seat is installed Passenger seat adjusted to the intermediate on the front passenger seat, adjust the seat to on the front passenger seat, adjust the longitudinal position.
  • Page 149: Deactivating The Passenger's Front Airbag

    Child safety Deactivating the passenger's front airbag The warning label present on both sides of the Never install a rearward facing child passenger's sun visor repeats this advice. In restraint system on a seat protected by line with current legislation, the following tables an active front airbag.
  • Page 150 Child safety BG НИКОГА НЕ инсталирайте детско столче на седалка с АКТИВИРАНА предна ВЪЗДУШНА ВЪЗГЛАВНИЦА. Това можеда причини СМЪРТ или СЕРИОЗНО НАРАНЯВАНЕ на детето. CS NIKDY neumisťujte dětské zádržné zařízení orientované směrem dozadu na sedadlo chráněné AKTIVOVANÝM čelním AIRBAGEM. Hrozí nebezpečí SMRTI DÍTĚTE nebo VÁŽNÉHO ZRANĚNÍ.
  • Page 151 Child safety MT Qatt m’ghandek thalli tifel/tifla marbut f’siggu dahru lejn l-Airbag attiva, ghaliex tista’ tikkawza korriment serju jew anke mewt lit-tifel/tifla Plaats NOOIT een kinderzitje met de rug in de rijrichting op een zitplaats waarvan de AIRBAG is INGESCHAKELD. Bij het afgaan van de airbag kan het KIND ERNSTIG OF DODELIJK GEWOND raken.
  • Page 152 Child safety Installation of child seats secured using the seat belt In accordance with European regulations, this table indicates the options for installing child seats secured using the seat belt and universally approved (a) in relation to the weight of the child and the seat in the vehicle. Weight of the child / indicative age Groups 0 (b) and 0+ Group 1...
  • Page 153 Child safety (a) Universal child seat: child seat which can (e) To install a child seat on a rear seat, U: Seat suitable for the installation of a child be installed in all vehicles using the seat "rearward facing" or "forward facing", move seat secured using the seat belt and belt.
  • Page 154: "Isofix" Mountings

    Child safety "ISOFIX" mountings Your vehicle has been approved in accordance The ISOFIX child seats are fitted with two with the latest ISOFIX regulation. latches which are secured on the two rings A. The seats, represented below, are fitted with Some seats also have an upper strap, known as the TOP TETHER, which is attached to regulation ISOFIX mountings:...
  • Page 155 Child safety Locations for ISOFIX child seats In accordance with European Regulations, this table indicates the options for installing ISOFIX child seats on seats in the vehicle fitted with ISOFIX mountings. In the case of universal and semi-universal ISOFIX child seats, the ISOFIX size category, determined by a letter from A to G, is indicated on the child seat next to the ISOFIX logo.
  • Page 156 Child safety Locations for i-Size child seats The i-Size child seats have two latches that engage on the two rings A. Refer to the "ISOFIX mountings" section. The i-Size child seats also have: either an upper strap which is attached to the ring B (see the "ISOFIX mountings" section). or a support leg which sits on the vehicle's floor, compatible with seat approved for i-Size, the role of which is to prevent the child seat from tipping forwards in the event of a collision.
  • Page 157: Child Seats

    Child safety Advice Child seats Installing a booster cushion The incorrect installation of a child seat in a For optimum installation of the "forward vehicle compromises the child's protection in facing" child seat, ensure that the back of The chest part of the seat belt must be the event of an accident.
  • Page 158: Manual Child Lock

    Child safety Manual child lock Mechanical system to prevent opening of the rear door using its interior control. The control is located on the edge of each rear door. Locking F With the ignition key, turn the red control one quarter of a turn: - to the right on the left-hand rear door, - to the left on the right-hand rear door.
  • Page 159: Low Fuel Level

    Practical information Fuel tank Capacity of the tank: Petrol: approximately 50 litres. Diesel: approximately 45 or 50 litres (depending on version). Low fuel level Refuelling When the low fuel level is reached, A label on the inside of the fuel filler flap this warning lamp in the instrument reminds you of the type of fuel to use, panel comes on, accompanied by...
  • Page 160: Fuel Cut-Off

    Practical information Fuel cut-off If you are filling your tank to the top, do Your vehicle is equipped with a safety device not persist after the 3rd cut-off; this could which cuts off the fuel supply in the event of a cause malfunctions.
  • Page 161: Misfuel Prevention (Diesel)

    Practical information Misfuel prevention (Diesel)* Mechanical device which prevents filling the tank of a Diesel vehicle with petrol. It avoids the risk of engine damage that can result from filling with the wrong fuel. Operation It remains possible to use a fuel can to Travelling abroad fill the tank.
  • Page 162 Practical information Quality of the fuel used for Quality of the fuel used for petrol engines Diesel engines The petrol engines are perfectly compatible The Diesel engines are perfectly compatible with E10 type petrol biofuels (containing 10 % with biofuels which conform to current and ethanol), conforming to European standards future European standards (Diesel fuel EN 228 and EN 15376.
  • Page 163: Running Out Of Fuel (Diesel)

    Practical information Running out of fuel (Diesel) On vehicles fitted with HDi engines, the fuel Blue HDi 100 engine system must be primed if you run out of fuel. F Fill the fuel tank with at least five litres of Diesel.
  • Page 164 Practical information ® AdBlue additive and SCR system for Blue HDi Diesel engines ® To assure respect for the environment and The AdBlue additive is held in a special ® Once the AdBlue tank is empty, a conformity with the new Euro 6 emissions tank located under the boot at the rear of system required by regulations prevents standard, without adversely affecting the...
  • Page 165 Practical information Range indicators ® When switching on the ignition, an indicator In the event of the risk of non-starting related to a lack of AdBlue gives an estimate of the distance that can be travelled with your vehicle before engine Range greater than 1 500 miles (2 400 km) The engine start prevention system starting is automatically prevented, once the...
  • Page 166 Practical information ® Remaining range between 350 and 1500 miles (600 and 2 400 km) Remaining range between 0 and 350 miles (0 and 600 km) Breakdown related to a lack of AdBlue additive When switching on the ignition, the When switching on the ignition, the SERVICE When switching on the ignition, the SERVICE UREA warning lamp comes on, accompanied...
  • Page 167 Practical information In the event of a fault with the the SCR emissions control system In the event of the detection During an authorised driving phase (between A system that prevents engine starting is of a fault 650 miles and 0 miles) (1 100 km and 0 km) activated automatically from 650 miles (1 100 km) after confirmation of a fault with the SCR emissions control system.
  • Page 168 Practical information ® Freezing of the AdBlue additive Starting prevented The AdBlue ® additive freezes at temperatures below around -11°C. The SCR system includes a heater for the AdBlue ® tank. In exceptional circumstances (vehicle kept for a long period at temperatures Every time the ignition is switched on, the SERVICE that are constantly below -15°C), an and engine diagnostic warning lamps come on and...
  • Page 169: Temporary Puncture Repair Kit

    Practical information Temporary puncture repair kit Complete system consisting of a compressor Access to the kit and a sealant cartridge which permits temporary repair of a tyre so that you can drive to the nearest garage. It is designed to repair most punctures which could affect the tyre, located on the tyre tread or shoulder.
  • Page 170 Practical information Description of the kit The tyre inflation pressures are given on this A. "Sealant" or "Air" position selector. Sealant cartridge. label. B. On "I" / off "O" switch. G. White pipe with cap for repair. C. Deflation button. H.
  • Page 171: Repair Procedure

    Practical information Repair procedure 1. Sealing F Switch off the ignition. F Uncoil the white pipe G fully. F Connect the compressor's electric plug to F Unscrew the cap from the white pipe. the vehicle's 12 V socket. F Turn the selector A to the F Connect the white pipe to the valve of the F Start the vehicle and leave the engine "sealant"...
  • Page 172 Practical information F Switch on the compressor by moving F Remove the kit and screw the cap back on the switch B to position "I" until the tyre the white pipe. pressure reaches 2.0 bars. Take care to avoid staining your vehicle The sealant is injected into the tyre under with traces of fluid.
  • Page 173 Practical information 2. Inflation F Turn the selector A to the "air" F Connect the compressor's electric plug to F Adjust the pressure using the compressor position. the vehicle's 12 V socket. (to inflate: switch B in position "I"; to F Uncoil the black pipe H fully.
  • Page 174: Removing The Cartridge

    Practical information Removing the cartridge F Stow the black pipe. Beware of discharges of fluid. F Detach the angled base from the white The expiry date of the fluid is indicated pipe. on the cartridge. F Support the compressor vertically. The sealant cartridge is designed for F Unscrew the cartridge from the bottom.
  • Page 175 Practical information Checking tyre pressures / inflating accessories F Connect the compressor's electrical You can also use the compressor, without Should the pressure of one or more injecting any product, to: connector to the vehicle's 12 V socket. tyres be adjusted, it is necessary to F Start the vehicle and let the engine run.
  • Page 176: Changing A Wheel

    Practical information Changing a wheel Procedure for changing a wheel for the spare wheel using the tools provided with the vehicle. Access to the tools List of tools All of these tools are specific to your vehicle and can vary according to the level of equipment.
  • Page 177 Practical information Spare wheel (depending on version) The spare wheel is installed in the boot under Taking out the wheel Putting the wheel back in place the floor. F Unscrew the yellow central bolt. F Put the wheel back in its housing. F Raise the spare wheel towards you from F Unscrew the yellow central bolt by a few F Unclip the tool storage box by pulling on it.
  • Page 178: Removing A Wheel

    Practical information Removing a wheel Parking the vehicle Do not use: the jack for any other purpose than Immobilise the vehicle where it does not lifting the vehicle, block traffic: the ground must be level, a jack other than the one supplied stable and not slippery.
  • Page 179 Practical information F Place the jack 2 in contact with one of the F Extend the jack 2 until its base plate is in F Remove the bolts and store them in a clean two front A or rear B locations provided on contact with the ground.
  • Page 180: Fitting A Wheel

    Practical information Fitting a wheel Fitting the spare wheel If your vehicle is fitted with alloy wheels, when tightening the bolts on fitting, it is normal to notice that the washers do not come into contact with the spare wheel. The wheel is secured by the conical surface of each bolt.
  • Page 181 Practical information F Lower the vehicle fully. F Tighten the bolts using the wheelbrace 1 only. F Fold the jack 2 and detach it. F Refit the bolt cover(s) (depending on version).
  • Page 182: Snow Chains

    Practical information Snow chains In wintry conditions, snow chains improve traction as well as the behaviour of the vehicle when braking. Use only the chains designed to be fitted to the Advice on installation The snow chains must be fitted only type of wheel fitted to your vehicle: F If you have to fit the chains during a to the front wheels.
  • Page 183: Changing A Bulb

    Practical information Changing a bulb Front lamps In some weather conditions (e.g. low The headlamps are fitted with temperature or humidity), the presence polycarbonate glass with a protective of misting on the internal surface of the coating: F do not clean them using a dry glass of the headlamps and rear lamps is normal;...
  • Page 184: Dipped Beam Headlamps

    Practical information Daytime running lamps / Dipped beam headlamps Sidelamps (LEDs) F Remove the protective cover by pulling on F Disconnect the bulb connector. For the replacement of the light-emitting F Remove the bulb and change it. diodes (LEDs), contact a CITROËN dealer or a the tab.
  • Page 185: Main Beam Headlamps

    Practical information Main beam headlamps Direction indicators F Remove the protective cover by pulling on Rapid flashing of the direction indicator Amber coloured bulbs, such as the the tab. warning lamp (right or left) indicates the direction indicators, must be replaced F Disconnect the bulb connector (do not failure of a bulb on that side.
  • Page 186: Front Fog Lamps

    Practical information Front foglamps F Below the front bumper, unscrew the F Remove the bulb holder by squeezing You can also contact a CITROËN 3 wheel arch liner fixing screws. the two clips (top and bottom) with thumb dealer or a qualified workshop for the F Move the wheel arch liner aside to allow and finger.
  • Page 187 Practical information Direction indicator side repeaters F Insert a screwdriver in the edge of the While removing the module: If you experience any difficulty in repeater. take care not to damage your replacing these lamps, you can contact F Lever with the screwdriver to extract the vehicle's paintwork with the a CITROËN dealer or a qualified repeater and pull it out.
  • Page 188: Rear Lamps

    Practical information Rear lamps Sidelamps (W5W). Changing bulbs 2. Brake lamps (P21W). These bulbs are changed from inside the boot. F Spread the bulb holder retainers and 3. Direction indicators (PY21W). F Open the boot. remove the bulb holder. 4. Foglamp or reversing lamp (P21W). F Remove the corresponding access cover in F Replace the failed bulb: the trim panel.
  • Page 189 Practical information Third brake lamp (LEDs) Number plate lamps (W5W) F Insert a thin screwdriver into one of the For the replacement of the light-emitting diodes (LEDs), contact a CITROËN dealer or a cutouts in the the lens. F Push it outwards to unclip it. qualified workshop.
  • Page 190: Interior Lighting

    Practical information Interior lighting Courtesy lamp Courtesy lamp Boot (W5W) with bulbs (W5W) with LEDs F Using a small flat blade screwdriver, unclip F Unclip the lamp by pushing the body from For the replacement of the light-emitting the console assembly surrounding the diodes (LEDs), contact a CITROËN dealer or a behind.
  • Page 191: Changing A Fuse

    Practical information Changing a fuse Access to the tools Changing a fuse Before changing a fuse: F the cause of the failure must be identified and rectified, F all electrical consumers must b switched off, F the vehicle must be immobilised with the ignition off, Good Failed...
  • Page 192: Installing Electrical Accessories

    Practical information Installing electrical accessories Your vehicle's electrical system is designed to operate with standard or optional equipment. Before installing other electrical equipment or accessories on your vehicle, contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop. CITROËN will not accept responsibility for the cost incurred in repairing your vehicle or for rectifying malfunctions resulting from the installation of...
  • Page 193: Dashboard Fuses

    Practical information Dashboard fuses Left hand fusebox Fuse Rating Functions N° Brake pedal (switch 2), Stop & Start. Headlamp bean height adjuster, additional heater (Diesel), parking sensors, diagnostic socket, door mirrors (electric adjustment). Diesel additive pump, electric power steering, clutch pedal The 2 fuseboxes are placed in the lower (switch).
  • Page 194 Practical information Fuse Rating Functions N° Seat belt unfastened warning. Airbags. Instrument panel. Locks. Courtesy lamp. map reading lamp. Horn. Front and rear screenwash. Ignition switch. Rear wiper...
  • Page 195 Practical information Right hand fuse box Fuse Rating Functions N° Heated mirrors. Heated rear screen. Front electric windows. Heated front seats. Trailer interface unit. Trailer interface unit.
  • Page 196: Engine Compartment Fuses

    Practical information Engine compartment fuses Fuse Rating Functions N° Air conditioning. 30 / 40 Stop & Start. Passenger compartment fusebox. Passenger compartment fusebox. The fusebox is placed in the engine Built-in Systems Interface (BSI). compartment near the battery. Cooling fan assembly. Access to the fuses Built-in Systems Interface (BSI).
  • Page 197 Practical information Fuse Rating Functions N° Left hand main beam headlamp. Engine management. Starter motor. Electronic gearbox. ABS, ESC. ABS, ESC. Passenger compartment fusebox. Electronic gearbox. Built-in Systems Interface (BSI). Diesel emissions control system (AdBlue). Windscreen wipers. Preheater control unit. Additional heater (Diesel).
  • Page 198: Access To The Battery

    Practical information 12 V battery Procedure for starting the engine using another battery or charging a discharged battery. Access to the battery Before doing any work Immobilise the vehicle: apply the parking brake, put the gearbox in neutral, then switch off the ignition. Check that all electrical equipment is switched off.
  • Page 199: Disconnecting The Cable

    Practical information Disconnecting the (+) cable Reconnecting the (+) cable F Raise the locking tab D fully to release the F Position the open clamp E of the cable on cable terminal clamp E. the positive post (+) of the battery. F Press vertically on the clamp E to position it correctly on the battery.
  • Page 200: Starting Using Another Battery

    Practical information Starting using another battery When your vehicle's battery is discharged, the Before disconnecting the battery engine can be started using a slave battery Wait 2 minutes after switching off the ignition (external or on another vehicle) and jump lead before disconnecting the battery.
  • Page 201 Practical information Charging the battery using The batteries contain harmful substances Protect your eyes and face before a battery charger such as sulphuric acid and lead. They handling the battery. must be disposed of in accordance All operations on the battery must be With Stop &...
  • Page 202: Load Reduction Mode

    Practical information Load reduction mode Energy economy mode System which manages the use of certain System which manages the duration of use of Exiting economy mode functions according to the level of charge certain functions to conserve a sufficient level These functions are reactivated automatically remaining in the battery.
  • Page 203: Changing A Wiper Blade

    Practical information Changing a wiper blade Before removing a front Fitting wiper blade F Put the corresponding new wiper blade in place and clip it. F Connect the screenwash delivery pipe to the jet on the wiper blade. F Fold down the wiper arm carefully. F Within one minute after switching off the ignition, operate the wiper stalk to Removing...
  • Page 204: General Recommendations

    Practical information Towing Procedure for having your vehicle towed or for towing another vehicle using a removable towing eye. The towing eye is stowed under the boot floor, General recommendations or may be located under the front passenger seat, depending on version. Observe the legislation in force in your country.
  • Page 205: Towing The Vehicle

    Practical information Towing the vehicle Towing another vehicle F On the front bumper, press at the bottom of F Unlock the steering by turning the ignition F On the rear bumper, press the bottom of the cover to unclip it. key one notch and release the parking the cover to unclip it.
  • Page 206: Towing A Trailer

    Practical information Towing a trailer Towbar suitable for the attachment of a We recommend the use of genuine Driving with a trailer places greater trailer or installation of a bicycle carrier, with CITROËN towbars and their harnesses demands on the towing vehicle and the additional lighting and signalling.
  • Page 207: Driving Advice

    Practical information Driving advice Distribution of loads Cooling Braking F Distribute the load in the trailer so that the Towing a trailer on a slope increases the Towing a trailer increases the braking distance. heaviest items are as close as possible to temperature of the coolant.
  • Page 208: Roof Bars

    Practical information Roof bars Version without longitudinal Version with longitudinal For safety reasons and to avoid bars bars damaging the roof, it is essential to use transverse roof bars that are approved for your vehicle. Observe the fitting instructions and the conditions of use given in the information provided with the roof bars.
  • Page 209 Practical information Recommendations F Distribute the load evenly, avoiding Maximum load, distributed over the roof overloading on one side. bars, for a loading height not exceeding F Arrange the heaviest part of the load as 40 cm: 80 kg. close as possible to the roof. This value is subject to change, please F Anchor the load securely and fit a warning check the maximum load stated in the...
  • Page 210: Very Cold Climate Screens

    Practical information Very cold climate screens Removable protective screens which prevents the accumulation of snow at the radiator cooling fan. Before fitting or removing a screen, ensure that the engine is off and the cooling fan has stopped. It is recommended that the screens be fitted and removed by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop.
  • Page 211 Practical information ® AIRBUMP protectors Made of TPU (Thermo Plastic Urethane) and enclosing bubbles of air, these protectors act as an impact absorber. Located on the sides, front and rear of your vehicle, they protect the bodywork by reducing the effect of minor everyday knocks: parking dings, opening doors, scrapes, ...
  • Page 212 Practical information Accessories A wide range of accessories and genuine parts is available from the CITROËN dealer network. These accessories and parts have been tested and approved for reliability and safety. They are all suitable for your vehicle and benefit from CITROËN's recommendation and warranty. "Comfort"...
  • Page 213 Practical information "Multimedia" Depending on the legislation in force in Installation of radio communication the country, certain safety equipment Bluetooth hands-free system, portable satellite transmitters may be compulsory: high visibility navigation system, driving assistance systems, safety vests, warning triangles, smartphone carrier, DVD player, CD player, Before installing any after-market radio breathalyzers, spare bulbs, spare fuses, 230 V socket, semi-integral satellite navigation...
  • Page 214 Checks Bonnet Before doing anything under the bonnet, switch off the Stop & Start system to avoid any risk of injury resulting from an automatic change to START mode. F Lift the safety catch and raise the bonnet. F Unclip the stay from its housing and place it in the support slot to hold the bonnet open.
  • Page 215: Petrol Engines

    Checks Petrol engines Screenwash reservoir. 2. Coolant header tank. 3. Brake fluid reservoir. 4. Battery. 5. Fusebox. 6. Air filter. Engine oil dipstick. 8. Engine oil filler cap.
  • Page 216: Diesel Engines

    Checks Diesel engines Screenwash wash reservoir. 2. Coolant header tank. 3. Brake fluid reservoir. 4. Battery. 5. Fusebox. 6. Air filter. Engine oil dipstick. 8. Engine oil filler cap. 9. Priming pump*. * According to engine.
  • Page 217: Checking Levels

    Checks Checking levels Check all of these levels regularly, in line with the maintenance and warranty guide. Top them up if necessary, unless otherwise indicated. If a level drops significantly, have the corresponding system checked by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop. Take care when working under the bonnet, as certain areas of the engine may be extremely hot (risk of burns) and the cooling fan could start at any time (even with the ignition off).
  • Page 218: Brake Fluid Level

    Checks Brake fluid level Coolant level The coolant level should be close Changing the coolant The brake fluid level should be close to the "MAX" mark but should never to the "MAX" mark. If it is not, check The coolant does not have to be replaced at the brake pad wear.
  • Page 219 Checks Screenwash fluid level Diesel fuel additive level Used products (Diesel with particle emissions filter) Avoid prolonged contact of used oil or fluids with the skin. Top up the level when necessary. The additive reservoir low level is Most of these fluids are harmful to indicated by fixed illumination of health or indeed very corrosive.
  • Page 220: Oil Filter

    Checks Checks Unless otherwise indicated, check these components in accordance with the maintenance and warranty guide and according to your engine. Otherwise, have them checked by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop. 12 V battery Air filter and passenger compartment filter Particle emissions filter (Diesel) The battery does not require any maintenance.
  • Page 221: Manual Gearbox

    Checks Manual gearbox Brake disc wear Only use products recommended by CITROËN or products of equivalent The gearbox does not require any quality and specification. maintenance (no oil change). For information on checking brake In order to optimise the operation of Refer to the maintenance and disc wear, contact a CITROËN dealer units as important as those in the...
  • Page 222: Dimensions (In Mm)

    Technical data Dimensions (in mm) These dimensions have been measured on a vehicle that is not loaded.
  • Page 223: Identification Markings

    Technical data Identification markings Various visible markings for the identification of your vehicle. D. Tyre/paint label. This label on the middle door pillar, driver's side, contains the following information. - the tyre inflation pressures, laden and unladen, - the tyre sizes (including the tyre load index and speed rating), - the inflation pressure for the spare wheel,...
  • Page 224 This handbook describes all of the equipment Automobiles CITROËN declares, by application available in the whole range. of the provisions of the European regulation Your vehicle will be fitted with some of this (Directive 2000/53) relating to End of Life Vehicles, that it achieves the objectives set by this regulation equipment described in this document, depending on its trim level, version and the specification for the...
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