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TYPO CITROEN (OTF) LIGHT 25 PT
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  Summary of Contents for CITROËN C4 PICASSO

  • Page 1 TYPO CITROEN (OTF) LIGHT 25 PT Handbook...
  • Page 2 On-line handbook Select one of the following means of access to  view your handbook on-line... Find your handbook on the CITROËN website, under "MyCITROËN". This personal and customisable space allows you to establish direct and special contact with the manufacturer. Referring to the handbook on-line also gives  If the "MyCITROËN" function is not available on the CITROËN public website for your country, you can find your handbook at the following address: you access to the latest information available, easily identified by the bookmark, associated ...
  • Page 3 At the wheel of your new vehicle, getting to know each system, each control, each setting, This key will enable you to identify the special features of  your vehicle: makes your trips, your journeys C4 Picasso more comfortable and more enjoyable. Grand C4 Picasso Happy motoring! Grand C4 Picasso with 5 seats Grand C4 Picasso with 7 seats...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Driving Overview Access Electronic key - remote control  Driving recommendations  Keyless Entry and Starting  Starting-switching off the engine with the  electronic key  Central locking  Starting-switching off the engine with  Doors Keyless Entry and Starting  Boot  Electric parking brake  Motorised tailgate  Hill start assist  Hands-free tailgate access  5-speed manual gearbox  Eco-driving Alarm 6-speed manual gearbox  Electric windows  Automatic gearbox  Gear shift indicator Stop & Start Memorising speeds  Speed limit recognition  Ease of use and comfort Speed limiter Front seats Cruise control Rear seats Instruments...
  • Page 5 Contents Lighting and visibility Practical information Technical data Mirrors  Petrol engines  Fuel Lighting controls  Petrol weights  Misfuel prevention (Diesel) Diesel engines  Automatic illumination of headlamps Snow chains Diesel weights  Automatic headlamps Very cold climate screen(s) Daytime running lamps  Towbar with quickly  Dimensions  detachable towball Identification markings  Direction indicators Towing a trailer  Adjusting the headlamp beam height  Energy economy mode  Directional lighting  Wiper control stalk ...
  • Page 6: Overview

    Overview Exterior Electronic key / "Keyless Entry and  Starting" system  51-59 -  opening / closing Wipers, screenwash 218-222 anti-theft protection Changing a wiper blade  -  back-up control Panoramic sunroof  battery Roof bars Accessories 266-267 Exterior welcome lighting  214-215 Door mirror spotlamps Cornering lighting  Boot  63-69 Directional lighting  -  opening / closing Headlamp beam height adjustment  215 -  emergency release Changing bulbs  301-305 Motorised tailgate  64-67 Hands-free tailgate access ...
  • Page 7 Overview Interior Interior fittings  111-112 row rear seats 87-88 Seat modularity /  Side blinds configurations  89-90 Rear multimedia  113-114 Seat belts  228-232 C4 Picasso boot fittings  115-116 -  rings, hooks boot lamp Grand C4 Picasso Front fittings  105-111 boot fittings  117-120 Mats -  rings boot lamp concertina boards Luggage cover roller ...
  • Page 8 Overview Instruments and controls Courtesy lamps Rear view mirror Child surveillance mirror Panoramic sunroof  Instrument panels 17-20 Emergency or assistance  Gear shift indicator call  224, 332-333 Lighting dimmer  Warning lamps  21-36 Automatic gearbox  140-144 Indicators  37-45 service indicator oil level indicator fluidrange indicator AdBlue ® Door mirrors  203-204 Electric windows, deactivating  73-74 Touch screen tablet (satellite navigation, ...
  • Page 9 Overview Instruments and controls (cont.) Wiper and screenwash control stalk  218-222 Trip computer 48-50 Lighting control stalk  206-215 Direction indicators Hazard warning lamps  Headlamp beam height adjustment  START/STOP button  125-130 Steering wheel adjustment  Horn Memorising speeds  Speed limit recognition  150-153 Speed limiter 154-156 Cruise control 157-159 Dynamic cruise control 160-166 Dynamic cruise control with Stop function 167-175 Inter-vehicle distance 168, 171...
  • Page 10 Overview Maintenance - Technical data 12V battery  315-318 Running out of fuel, Diesel  Load reduction, economy mode (priming pump)  Engine compartment  fuses  310-311, 314 Petrol weights  324-325 Diesel weights  328-329 Checking levels  274-276 -  brake fluid coolant -  screenwash/headlamp wash fluid Checking components  277-278 air filter -  passenger compartment filter oil filter -  electric parking brake -  brake pads / discs Changing bulbs  301-309 front rear...
  • Page 11: Eco-Driving

    Eco-driving 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,  During acceleration change up early. ventilate it by opening the windows and air vents before using the air  conditioning. Above 30 mph (50 km/h), close the windows and leave the air vents  With an automatic gearbox, give preference to automatic mode and  open. avoid pressing the accelerator pedal heavily or suddenly. Remember to make use of equipment that can help keep the temperature  in the passenger compartment down (sunroof and window blinds...). The gear shift indicator invites you engage the most suitable gear: as  Switch off the air conditioning, unless it has automatic regulation, as  soon as the desired temperature is attained. soon as the indication is displayed in the instrument panel, follow it straight away.
  • Page 12 Eco-driving 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. Carry out this check in particular: Limit the loads carried in the vehicle and reduce wind resistance (roof bars, roof rack, bicycle carrier, trailer...). Use a roof box in preference. -  before a long journey, Remove roof bars and roof racks after use. -  at each change of season, -  after a long period out of use. Don't forget the spare wheel and the tyres on any trailer or caravan. At the end of winter, remove snow tyres and refit your summer tyres. Have your vehicle serviced regularly (engine oil, oil filter, air filter,  passenger compartment filter...) and observe the schedule of ...
  • Page 13: Instruments

    Instruments Touch screen tablet The 7-inch touch screen tablet gives access to: General operation -  the heating/air conditioning controls, Recommendations Principles -  menus for adjusting settings for vehicle  Use is possible in all temperatures. functions and systems, Use the buttons on either side of the screen Do not use pointed objects on the touch screen  audio system and telephone controls and for access to the menus, then press the virtual tablet.
  • Page 14 Instruments Menus Volume / mute. See more in "Audio and telematics". Upper bar Certain information is always present in the upper bar of the touch screen tablet: -  Repeat of the air conditioning information,  and direct access to the corresponding  menu. Air conditioning. Telephone. Repeat of information from the Radio Allows control of the settings for  See more in "Audio and telematics". Media, Telephone menus and navigation  temperature, air flow... instructions*. For more information on Heating, Manual Access to Configuration. Applications.
  • Page 15 Instruments Driving menu Settings tab Button Comments The functions are grouped into 4 families: -  "Directional headlamps": activation/deactivation of cornering lighting /  Lighting Lighting. directional lighting. Vehicle access. -  "LED daytime running lamps" (depending on the country of sale). Comfort. -  "Driver plip action": activation/deactivation of selective unlocking of the  Driving assistance. Vehicle driver's door. access -  "Unlock boot only": activation/deactivation of unlocking at the tailgate. For more information on one of these -  "Motorized tailgate": activation/deactivation of motorized operation of the  functions, refer to the corresponding  tailgate. section. -  "Hands-Free Tailgate Access": activation/deactivation of the hands-free ...
  • Page 16 Instruments Driving assistance tab Corresponding function Comments Memorisation of speed settings for the speed limiter, cruise control, dynamic cruise control or dynamic  Speed settings cruise control with stop function. Reinitialization of the under-inflation system. Under-inflation initialization List of current alerts. Diagnostic Activation/deactivation of the function. Lane departure warning Activation/deactivation of the function. Parking sensors Activation/deactivation of the function. Automatic illumination of headlamps activated Activation/deactivation of the function. Stop & Start Activation/deactivation of the function. Blind spot monitoring Activation/deactivation of the function then choice of options. Panoramic visual aid Choice of the standard cruise control or the dynamic cruise control.
  • Page 17 Instruments Configuration The functions available through this menu are detailed in the table below. Button Comments Turn off the screen. Adjustment of brightness. Choice and settings for three profiles. Settings for the touch screen tablet and instrument panel... Activation and adjustment of Wi-Fi settings.
  • Page 18 Instruments Button Corresponding function Comments Adjustment of the display settings (scrolling of text, animations...) and brightness. Screen configuration Select a colour scheme for the type 2 instrument panel. Ambience Select the type of information displayed in the type 2 instrument panel. Instrument panel perso Choice of units: System configuration temperature (°Celsius or °Fahrenheit) -  distance and fuel consumption (l/100 km, mpg or km/l). Choice of language used for the touch screen tablet and the type 2 instrument panel. Languages Setting the date and time. Time/Date...
  • Page 19: Instrument Panels

    Instruments Monochrome digital instrument panel (type 1) Dials and screens Control buttons 1.  Rev counter (x 1 000 rpm or tr/min),  5.  Fuel gauge. A.  Main lighting dimmer buttons. graduation according to engine (petrol or  6.  Service indicator, then total mileage  B.  Recall servicing information. Diesel). recorder (miles or km). Reset the function selected to zero (service indicator or trip recorder). 2. Gear shift indicator, selector position and These functions are displayed in turn when gear for an automatic gearbox.
  • Page 20 Instruments 12-inch HD colour instrument panel (type 2) This instrument panel can be personalised. Depending on the display mode selected, some information can be hidden. Dials and screens Control button 1.  Rev counter (x 1000 tr/min or rpm) ("Dials"  5.  Fuel gauge. A.  Recall servicing information. mode). 6.  Total distance recorder (miles or km).   Recall the remaining driving range with the  7.  Trip distance recorder (miles or km). ® 2. Gear efficiency indicator, position of SCR system and the AdBlue the selector lever and the gear with an  8.
  • Page 21 Instruments Display zones Personalisation of the type 2 instrument panel You can modify the appearance of the Choice of display mode instrument panel, by choosing: Each mode corresponds to the type of a colour scheme, information displayed in the configurable area. -  a display mode. Choosing the language This depends on the setting in the touch screen  tablet. Certain languages are not available for the type 2 ...
  • Page 22 Instruments -  "Minimal": no information displayed. -  "Driving": display of the rev counter and  information related to driving (inter-vehicle  To modify the display mode of the instrument time...). panel: F turn the thumbwheel on the left of the -  "Personal": choice of information to be  steering wheel, or press the end of the  displayed in each of the 2 display zones lighting control stalk to display and run  (centre 1/3 and right hand 1/3) from: through the different modes in the right  ●  trip computer, hand part of the instrument panel, ● ...
  • Page 23: Indicator And Warning Lamps

    Instruments Indicator and warning lamps Visual indicators informing the driver of the status of a system (operation or deactivation indicator  lamp) or the existence of a fault (warning lamp). When the ignition is switched on Certain warning lamps may come on in  one of two modes: fixed (continuous) or  Certain warning lamps come on for a few  flashing. seconds in the instrument panel when the Only by relating the type of illumination  vehicle's ignition is switched on. When the engine is started, these same  to the operation of the vehicle can it warning lamps should go off. be determined whether the situation is normal or a fault has occurred. In the  If they remain on, before moving off, refer to the ...
  • Page 24 Instruments Operation indicator lamps If one of the following indicator lamps comes on in the instrument panel, this confirms that the corresponding system has come into operation. Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations flashing with buzzer. The lighting stalk is pushed down. Left-hand direction indicator flashing with buzzer. The lighting stalk is pushed up. Right-hand direction indicator fixed. The lighting stalk is in the  Sidelamps "Sidelamps" position. fixed. The lighting stalk is in the "Dipped  Dipped beam beam headlamps" position. headlamps fixed. The lighting stalk is pulled towards  Pull the stalk to return to dipped beam headlamps. Main beam you. headlamps...
  • Page 25 Instruments Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations fixed. The lighting control stalk is in the  Automatic The camera, located at the top of the windscreen, manages the operation of main beam, depending on  headlamp "AUTO" position, pulled towards you, the ambient lighting and driving conditions. dipping and the function is activated (Driving menu). Pulling the lighting stalk again to deactivate. The system is in dipped beam mode For more information on Automatic headlamp as there is sufficient ambient light ...
  • Page 26 Instruments Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations fixed. Wait until the indicator lamp goes off before starting. Diesel engine The "START/STOP" switch has been pressed (ignition on). Once it goes off, starting is immediate, on condition  pre-heating that you maintain pressure on the brake pedal for an  automatic gearbox, or the clutch pedal is pressed fully  down for a manual gearbox. The period of illumination of the indicator lamp is determined by the ambient conditions (up to about thirty seconds in extreme conditions).
  • Page 27 Instruments Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations fixed. Automatic front wiping is activated. Automatic The wiper control is pushed downwards. To deactivate automatic wiping, operate the control  wiping stalk downwards or put the stalk into another position. fixed. Passenger The control switch, located at the Turn the control switch to the "OFF" position to passenger's end of the dashboard, is in  deactivate the passenger's front airbag.
  • Page 28 Instruments 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 fixed. Passenger's The control switch, located at the Turn the control switch to the "ON" position to activate right hand end of the dashboard is  the passenger's front airbag. airbag system set to the OFF position. In this case, do not fit a child seat in the rearward The passenger's front airbag is ...
  • Page 29 Instruments 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. Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations fixed, associated with  Illumination of this warning lamp is  You must stop as soon as it is safe to do so. STOP another warning lamp,  Park, switch off the ignition and call a CITROËN  related to a serious fault detected with the engine, the braking system,  dealer or a qualified workshop. accompanied by an audible signal and a  the power steering, etc., or a major  message. electrical fault.
  • Page 30 Instruments Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations fixed. Assisted lane The system is not available The system has been deactivated or is on automatic standby. departure warning system For more information on the Assisted lane departure warning system, refer to the corresponding section. flashing.
  • Page 31 Instruments Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Identify the cause of the fault using the message  Service temporarily, One or more minor faults for which there is no specific warning lamp  displayed in the screen. accompanied by a message. have been detected. You can deal with some problems yourself, such as a door open or the start of saturation of the particle filter (as soon as the traffic conditions allow, regenerate ...
  • Page 32 Instruments Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations flashing. When driving: the electric parking  Fully release the parking brake by a quick press on  Electric parking brake is not fully released. the control lever. If the warning persist, stop as soon  brake as it is safe to do so. Contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop. When stationary: parking brake  Secure the immobilisation of the vehicle by engaging  a gear with a manual gearbox, by placing the gear  applied, the system does not guarantee immobilisation of the  selector in position P with an automatic gearbox, or by  vehicle (when parking on a very  fitting a chock to one of the wheels. steep slope, for example). fixed. The electric parking brake has a fault. Contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop  Electric parking without delay.
  • Page 33 Instruments Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations fixed. The brake fluid level has dropped  You must stop as soon as it is safe to do so. Braking 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. fixed, associated  The electronic brake force distribution  You must stop as soon as it is safe to do so. with the ABS warning  (EBFD) system has a fault. Have it checked by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified  lamp. workshop. fixed. The anti-lock braking system has a  The vehicle retains conventional braking. Anti-lock fault. Braking System Drive carefully at reduced speed and contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop without ...
  • Page 34 Instruments Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations fixed, accompanied by  You must refuel as soon as possible to avoid running  Low fuel level When it first comes on there remains out of fuel. an audible signal and  approximately 6 litres of fuel in the Until sufficient fuel is added, this warning lamp will  a message. tank. come on every time the ignition is switched on,  You are then using the fuel reserve. accompanied by an audible signal and a message. This audible signal and message are repeated with  increasing frequency as the fuel level drops towards "0". Fuel tank capacity: approximately 57 litres (petrol) or  55 litres (Diesel).
  • Page 35 Instruments Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations flashing. Have it checked by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified  Directional The directional headlamps system has a fault. workshop. headlamps fixed, associated with  A door or the boot is still open. Close the door or boot. Door(s) open* a message identifying  the door, if the speed is below 6 mph (10 km/h). fixed, associated with a  message identifying the  door, and accompanied by an audible signal  if the speed is above 6 mph (10 km/h).
  • Page 36 Instruments Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations fixed, accompanied by  Check the tyre pressures as soon as possible. Under-inflation The pressure in one or more tyres is an audible signal and  too low. This check should preferably be carried out when the  a message. tyres are cold. You must reinitialise the system after the adjustment  of one or more tyre pressures and after changing one  or more wheels. For more information on Under-inflation detection, refer to the corresponding section. flashing then fixed,  The system has a fault: the tyre  Check the tyre pressures as soon as possible. pressures are no longer monitored. Have the system checked by a CITROËN dealer or a ...
  • Page 37 Instruments Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations fixed, on switching  The remaining driving range is   as soon as possible or go to a  ® Top-up the AdBlue ® AdBlue on the ignition,  between 350 miles (600 km) and  CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop. (BlueHDi Diesel) 1500 miles (2400 km). accompanied by an audible signal and a  message indicating the  remaining driving range. flashing, associated  The remaining driving range is  ® You must top-up the AdBlue to avoid a breakdown between 0 and 350 miles (600 km).
  • Page 38 Instruments Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations fixed, on switching on the ignition,  SCR emissions A fault with the SCR emissions control This alert disappears once the system has been detected. exhaust emissions return to normal  control system associated with the SERVICE and engine diagnostic warning lamps,  levels. (BlueHDi Diesel) accompanied by an audible signal and  a message. flashing, on switching on the ignition, ...
  • Page 39: Gauges And Indicators

    Instruments Gauges and indicators Service indicator System which informs the driver when the Between 600 miles (1 000 km) Less than 600 miles (1 000 km) next service is due, in accordance with the  and 1 800 miles (3 000 km) remain remain before the next service is due manufacturer's service schedule.
  • Page 40 Instruments Service overdue Therefore, the spanner may come on For 5 seconds after the ignition is switched  if you have exceeded the period since  the last service, as indicated in the on, the spanner flashes to indicate that manufacturer's service schedule. the service must be carried out as soon as possible. For BlueHDi Diesel versions, the Example: the service is overdue by 180 miles spanner may also come on early, (300 km).
  • Page 41 Instruments If you have to disconnect the battery following this operation, lock the vehicle  and wait at least 5 minutes for the reset to be registered. Resetting the service indicator Retrieving the service information After each service, the service indicator must You can access the service information at any be reset to zero.
  • Page 42: Coolant Temperature Gauge

    Instruments Coolant temperature gauge* After driving for a few minutes, the temperature  and pressure in the cooling system increase. To top-up the level: F  wait for the engine to cool, F  unscrew the cap slightly to allow the  pressure to drop, F when the pressure has dropped, remove the cap, F  top-up the level to the "MAX" mark. With the engine running, when the needle is: in zone A, the temperature is correct, in zone B, the temperature is too high;  Be aware of the risk of burns when  the maximum temperature and the  topping-up the cooling system. Do not  central STOP warning lamps come on,  fill above the maximum level (indicated ...
  • Page 43: Engine Oil Level Indicator

    Instruments Engine oil level indicator* On versions fitted with an electric oil level indicator, the state of the engine oil level is  displayed in the instrument panel for a few seconds, after the servicing information. Oil level correct Oil level indicator fault This is signalled by the display of the message  The level read will only be correct if "Oil level measurement invalid" in the the vehicle is on level ground and the ...
  • Page 44 Instruments ® AdBlue fluid range indicators  tank is on reserve or after  Once the AdBlue ® In the event of the risk of non-starting related to a lack of AdBlue ® detection of a fault with the SCR emissions Range greater than 1 500 miles (2 400 km) control system, when the ignition is switched ...
  • Page 45 Instruments Remaining range between 350 and 1500 miles Remaining range between 0 and 350 miles Breakdown related to a lack of AdBlue ® (600 and 2 400 km) (0 and 600 km) When switching on the ignition, the AdBlue  When switching on the ignition, the SERVICE  When switching on the ignition, the SERVICE  warning lamp comes on for a few seconds,  warning lamp comes on and the AdBlue  warning lamp comes on and the AdBlue  accompanied by an audible signal and the  warning lamp flashes, accompanied by an  warning lamp flashes, accompanied by an ...
  • Page 46 Instruments In the event of a fault with the SCR emissions control system A system that prevents engine starting is activated automatically from 650 miles (1 100 km) after confirmation of a fault with the SCR emissions  control system. Have the system checked by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop as soon as possible. In the event of the detection of a fault During an authorised driving phase (between Starting prevented 650 miles and 0 miles) (1 100 km and 0 km) The AdBlue, SERVICE and diagnostic ...
  • Page 47: Adjustment Buttons

    Instruments Distance recorders The total and trip distances are displayed for thirty seconds when the ignition is switched off,  when the driver's door is opened and when the  vehicle is locked or unlocked. When travelling abroad, you may  have to change the units of distance:  the display of road speed must be in the official units (miles or km) for the  country. The change of units is done via  the screen configuration menu, with the  Total distance recorder Trip distance recorder vehicle stationary. It measures the total distance travelled by the It measures the distance travelled since it was vehicle since its first registration.
  • Page 48 Instruments Lighting dimmer control Allows the manual adjustment of the brightness of the instrument panel and touch screen tablet to  suit the ambient light level. Operates only when the vehicle lighting is on, with the exception of the daytime running lamps. Two buttons Touch screen tablet With the exterior lighting on, press button A F In the Configuration menu, select to increase the brightness of the instruments  "Brightness". and controls and the interior mood lighting or  F  Adjust the brightness using the arrows or  by moving the cursor. button B to reduce it. As soon as the lighting reaches the required  level of brightness, release the button.
  • Page 49 Instruments Black panel (comfortable Black screen (touch screen night driving display) tablet) When driving at night, this function allows  F In the Configuration menu, select "Dark".  The screen of the touch screen tablet goes  certain displays in the instrument panel to be switched off to avoid visual fatigue for the driver. off.  F  Press the screen again (anywhere on its  The essential information, such as the speed of surface) to switch it on again.
  • Page 50: Trip Computer

    Instruments Trip computer Type 1 instrument panel System that gives you information on the journey in progress (range, fuel consumption…). The information is accessible in the Driving menu. Information display in the touch screen tablet Trip reset The current fuel consumption tab with: -  the range, the current fuel consumption, -  the Stop & Start time counter. The trip "1" tab with: the distance travelled, -  the average fuel consumption, - ...
  • Page 51 Instruments Trip computer Type 2 instrument panel Information display in the instrument panel Trip reset The display of trip computer information is permanent when you select the "Dials" or "Personal" display mode. -  The current information tab with: F When the trip required is displayed, press ● ...
  • Page 52 Instruments Trip computer A few definitions Range Current fuel consumption Distance travelled (miles or km) (mpg or l/100 km or km/l) (miles or km) Calculated over the last few seconds. Calculated since the last trip reset. The distance which can still be travelled with the fuel remaining in  the tank (related to the average fuel  consumption over the last few miles (kilometres) travelled). This function is only displayed from 20 mph (30 km/h). This value may vary following a change  in the style of driving or the relief, ...
  • Page 53: Access

    Access Electronic key - remote control System which permits remote locking or unlocking  Unlocking the vehicle Unlocking the vehicle and of the vehicle as well as opening the boot and,  opening the boot depending on version, operation of the alarm. F  Make a long press on this  It also allows the location and starting of the  Complete unlocking button to unlock the vehicle  vehicle as well as providing protection against  F  Press this button. and, depending on version,  theft. release the tailgate or open the  motorised tailgate. Settings for the motorised tailgate can be  adjusted in the Driving menu. Selective unlocking Motorised operation is activated by default. F  To unlock only the driver's door,  press this button once. F  To unlock the other doors and the boot,  press this button again. A.  Unlocking the vehicle. The setting of selective unlocking is done in ...
  • Page 54 Access Locking the vehicle Normal locking Deadlocking F  Press this button. Deadlocking renders the interior door  If one of the doors or the boot is not   Holding the button allows the  controls inoperative. properly closed, locking does not take  windows to be raised to the place. It also deactivates the manual central desired position. locking button. Nevertheless, the alarm (if fitted) will be fully activated after around 45 seconds.
  • Page 55: Keyless Entry And Starting

    Access Keyless Entry and Starting Unlocking the vehicle Selective unlocking F  To unlock only the driver's door, with the  electronic key on your person, pass your  hand behind the driver's door handle. F  To unlock the complete vehicle, pass your  hand behind the front passenger door  handle with the electronic key close to  the passenger door, or press the tailgate  opening control with the electronic key  close to the rear of the vehicle. System that allows the unlocking, locking  and starting of the vehicle while keeping the  electronic key on your person. Complete unlocking F  With the electronic key on your person and  in the recognition zone A, pass your hand The electronic key can also be used as  behind the door handle of one of the front Activation or deactivation of selective unlocking  a remote control.
  • Page 56 Access Locking the vehicle Normal locking F  With the electronic key in the recognition  Ensure that nothing could prevent the  zone A, press with a finger or thumb  correct operation of the windows. on one of the front door handles (at the Be aware of children when operating  markings) to lock the vehicle or or press  the windows. the locking button on the right of the  tailgate. Maintaining pressure allows the windows to be  raised to the desired position. The direction indicators come on for a It is not possible to lock the vehicle if one of the  few seconds. keys is left inside the vehicle. Depending on your version, the door  mirrors fold and the alarm is activated.
  • Page 57 Access Deadlocking By the doors: Deadlocking renders the interior door  F  With the electronic key in the recognition  controls inoperative. zone A, press a finger or thumb on one of  It also deactivates the manual central the front door handles (at the markings) or  control button. the locking control located located on the  Therefore, never leave anyone inside right of the tailgate to lock the vehicle. the vehicle when it is deadlocked. F Within five seconds, press the door handle or the locking control located on the right of  the tailgate again to deadlock the vehicle.
  • Page 58 Access Accumulations (water, dust, grime,  If one of the doors or the boot is still As a safety measure (children on open or if the electronic key for the  salt...) on the inner surface of the door  board), never leave the vehicle without Keyless Entry and Starting system has  taking the electronic key for the Keyless  handle may affect detection. Entry and Starting system with you,  If cleaning the inner surface of the door  been left inside the vehicle, the central locking does not take place. even for a short period. handle using a cloth does not restore ...
  • Page 59 Access Emergency procedure Emergency unlocking/locking using the integral key Unlocking Normal locking F  Turn the key towards the front of the  F  Turn the key towards the rear of the vehicle  vehicle to unlock the vehicle. to lock the vehicle completely. The integral key is used to lock and unlock the  vehicle when the electronic key cannot operate  Deadlocking and in the event of a fault with the Keyless F  Turn the key towards the rear in the driver's  Entry and Starting system: door lock to lock the vehicle completely. -  cell battery flat, vehicle battery discharged  Depending on version, the direction  F  Turn the key towards the rear again within  or disconnected, ... indicators flash for a few seconds, the five seconds to deadlock the vehicle.
  • Page 60: Changing The Battery

    Access Remote control problem - Changing the battery reinitialisation Following disconnection of the vehicle battery,  Battery ref.: CR2032 / 3 volts. Do not throw the remote control Battery replacement is signalled by the display  replacement of the remote control battery or batteries away, they contain metals of a message. in the event of a remote control malfunction, which are harmful to the environment. you can no longer unlock, lock or locate ...
  • Page 61 Access Lost electronic key Visit a CITROËN dealer with the vehicle's registration certificate, your personal identification documents and if possible the key code label. The CITROËN dealer will be able to retrieve the key code and the transponder code required to order a new key. Electronic key The electronic key is a sensitive system; do not operate it while it is in your pocket as there is a possibility that it may unlock the vehicle, without  you being aware of it. Do not repeatedly press the buttons of your electronic key out of range and out of sight of your vehicle. You run the risk of stopping it from  working and the remote control would have to be reinitialised. The electronic key cannot operate as a remote control when it is in the reader or even when the ignition is switched on. Locking the vehicle Driving with the doors locked may make access to the passenger compartment by the emergency services more difficult in an emergency. As a safety precaution (with children on board), take the electronic key with you when you leave the vehicle, even for a short time. Electrical interference The electronic key may not operate if close to certain electronic devices: telephone, laptop computer, strong magnetic fields, ... Anti-theft protection Do not make any modifications to the electronic engine immobiliser system; this could cause malfunctions. Don't forget to turn the wheel to lock the steering column. When purchasing a second-hand vehicle Have all of the keys in your possession paired by a CITROËN dealer, to ensure that only your keys allow your vehicle to be unlocked and  started.
  • Page 62: Central Locking

    Access Central locking Manual central locking Automatic central locking of doors (anti-intrusion security) The doors and boot lock automatically when  When locking / deadlocking from the driving, as soon as the speed exceeds 6 mph  outside (10 km/h). If the vehicle is locked or deadlocked  To activate or deactivate this function (activated from the outside, the button is not by default): active. F  with the ignition on, press this button until a  F ...
  • Page 63: Doors

    Access Doors Opening Closing If a door is not properly closed: with the engine running, this warning lamp and a message  appear in the instrument panel (type 1) for a few seconds, when driving (speed above 6 mph (10 km/h)), this  warning lamp and a message,  accompanied by an audible signal, appear in the instrument  panel (type 1 and type 2) for a few seconds.
  • Page 64: Battery

    Access Back-up control To manually lock and unlock the doors in the event of a central locking or battery failure. Driver's door (locking / Locking the passenger doors Unlocking the passenger unlocking) doors F  Open the doors. F  Insert the key into the lock barrel to lock /  F  For the rear doors, check that the child lock  F  Pull the interior door opening control. unlock the door. is not on. For more information on the Child lock, refer F  Insert the key in the latch located on the  to the corresponding section. You can also apply this procedure for the passenger doors.
  • Page 65: Boot

    Access Boot Opening the tailgate Closing the tailgate F  Lower the tailgate using the interior grips. With the electronic key / F  Release the grips and press down on the  remote control outside of the tailgate to close it. F  Make a long press on this button  to release the tailgate. If the  vehicle was locked, this action  If the tailgate is not properly closed: first unlocks the vehicle. F  Raise the tailgate. engine running, this warning  lamp and a message appear in  the instrument panel (type 1) for a few seconds, vehicle running (speed above With the tailgate opening When selective unlocking is activated, ...
  • Page 66: Motorised Tailgate

    Access Motorised tailgate General points The motorised operation of the tailgate can  Anti-pinch be activated or deactivated by selecting  The motorised tailgate includes a system  "Motorised tailgate" in the Driving menu of for detecting obstacles, which automatically  the touch screen tablet. interrupts and reverses the movement by a few degrees, to allow the obstacle to be cleared. Note that this anti-pinch system does not operate at the end of the closing movement  (around 1 cm before complete closure). Never place a finger in the locking  mechanism of the motorised tailgate -  To avoid the risk of injury through  Risk of serious injury! pinching or trapping, before and during  operation of the tailgate: ensure that there is no person close Bicycle carrier / Towbar...
  • Page 67 Access Operation Motorised opening Motorised closing There are several ways of operating the  There are two possibilities: Opening the tailgate with the motorised tailgate: F  Press and release the exterior control B. electronic key / remote control (A) -  using the Keyless Entry and Starting  F  Make a long press on the remote  electronic key (A), control button. -  using the exterior control on the  F Press and then release button C. tailgate (B), -  using the interior control on the tailgate (C), by a movement of your foot, if your vehicle Opening the tailgate with the The motorised tailgate has an anti-...
  • Page 68 Access Memorising an Manual operation Repeated opening and closing of the  tailgate can cause overheating of its  opening position The motorised tailgate can be opened and  electric motor, after which opening and  Where height is restricted (garage with a low  closed manually, even if motorised operation is closing will not be possible. activated. ceiling, ...) it is possible to limit and memorise  Allow 10 minutes for the motor to cool the opening angle of the motorised tailgate. However, any manual intervention must be down before operating the tailgate  done with the tailgate stopped. This memorisation is done as follows: again.
  • Page 69: Battery

    Access Reinitialising the motorised Precautions in use Back-up release tailgate To manually unlock the boot in the event of a  In wintry conditions This operation is necessary where there is battery or central locking failure. no movement - after detection of an obstacle, In the event of an accumulation of snow connecting or recharging the battery, ... on the tailgate, clear the snow before  F ...
  • Page 70: Hands-Free Tailgate Access

    Access Hands-free tailgate access The tailgate my be equipped with a hands-free function, to allow you to open or close the tailgate  Deactivation when your hands are full. Hands-free tailgate access is activated by default. For more information on the Motorised tailgate, refer to the corresponding section. This function can be activated or deactivated by selecting "Hands-free failgate access" in If the vehicle is locked, it is unlocked  the Driving menu of the touch screen tablet. before opening the tailgate. Ensure that you are steady on your feet Automatic locking before passing a foot rapidly below the  rear bumper. To have the vehicle lock itself after closing the ...
  • Page 71 Access Operating faults In some circumstances, the tailgate may only  If several foot movements below the rear bumper fail to open the tailgate, wait a  open or close, particularly if: few seconds before starting again. your vehicle is fitted with a towbar, you hitch or unhitch a trailer, The function is automatically deactivated in the you fit or remove a bicycle carrier, event of heavy rain or accumulation of snow.
  • Page 72: Alarm

    Access Alarm System which protects and provides a deterrent against theft and break-ins. It provides the following types of monitoring: Locking the vehicle with full Self-protection function alarm system The system checks for the  disconnection of any of its components. Activation The alarm is triggered if the battery,  F Switch off the ignition and get out of the vehicle. the button or the siren wiring is  disconnected or damaged. F  Lock the vehicle using the  remote control. For all work on the alarm system,  F  Lock the vehicle using the "Keyless Entry  contact a CITROËN dealer or a Exterior perimeter qualified workshop. and Starting" system. The system checks for opening of the vehicle. The monitoring system is active: the indicator  The alarm is triggered if anyone tries to open a  door, the boot or the bonnet... lamp in the button flashes once per second and the direction indicators come on for about 2 seconds.
  • Page 73 Access Locking the vehicle with exterior perimeter monitoring only Deactivate the interior volumetric monitoring  Deactivation Reactivating the interior to avoid unwanted triggering of the alarm in  volumetric monitoring F  Press one of the unlocking buttons on the  certain cases such as: remote control: F  Deactivate the exterior perimeter  -  leaving a window partially open, monitoring by unlocking the vehicle using  short press -  washing your vehicle, the remote control or the Keyless Entry and -  changing a wheel, Starting system.
  • Page 74 Access Triggering of the alarm Locking the vehicle without activating the alarm This is indicated by sounding of the siren  and flashing of the direction indicators for  F  Lock or deadlock the vehicle using the key  thirty seconds. (integral with the remote control) in the  The monitoring functions remain active until  driver's door lock. the alarm has been triggered eleven times in  succession. When the vehicle is unlocked using the remote  Operating fault control or the Keyless Entry and Starting  When the ignition is switched on, fixed  system, rapid flashing of the indicator lamp  illumination of the indicator lamp in the button in the button informs you that the alarm was indicates a fault in the system.
  • Page 75: Electric Windows

    Access Electric windows Manual operation Safety anti-pinch To open or close the window, press or pull the When the window rises and meets an obstacle, switch gently. The window stops as soon as the  it stops and immediately partially lowers again. switch is released. In the event of unwanted opening of the  window on closing, press the switch until the  window opens completely, then pull the switch immediately until the window closes. Continue  to hold the switch for approximately one second  after the window has closed. Automatic operation The safety anti-pinch function is not active during this operation.
  • Page 76 Access Deactivating the rear Reinitialising the electric controls for the rear windows windows Following reconnection of the battery, the  In the event of contact during operation  safety anti-pinch function must be reinitialised. For the safety of your children, press of the windows, you must reverse the The safety anti-pinch function is not active movement of the window. To do this,  switch 5 to prevent operation of the during these operations.
  • Page 77: Ease Of Use And Comfort

    Ease of use and comfort Front seats Seat consisting of a seat cushion, a seat backrest and a head restraint which can all be adjusted to adapt your position for ease of driving and comfort. As a safety measure, seat adjustments should only be done when stationary. Manual adjustments Forwards-backwards Driver's seat backrest angle Driver's seat height F  Turn the knob to adjust the seat backrest. F Raise the control bar and slide the seat F Pull the control upwards to raise or push forwards or backwards. it downwards to lower, as many times as necessary, to obtain the desired position.
  • Page 78 Ease of use and comfort Passenger's seat backrest angle Table position for the passenger's seat backrest F  Pull the control upwards or turn the knob to  adjust the backrest. This position, associated with the position of Check that there is no object that could  the rear seats, allows you to carry long objects  When the backrest is at the desired angle,  interfere with the movement of the seat, inside the vehicle. release the control. both above and below. F Place the head restraint in the low position, raise the armrest and fold the fixed table ...
  • Page 79 Ease of use and comfort Front seats Electric adjustments Forwards-backwards Seat backrest angle Seat cushion height and angle (driver's seat) F Tilt the control forwards or rearwards to F Operate the rear part of the control adjust the angle of the seat backrest. F Push the control forwards or rearwards to upwards or downwards to obtain the slide the seat.
  • Page 80 Ease of use and comfort Storing driving positions Storing a position Using buttons M / 1 / 2 F  Switch on the ignition. F  Adjust your seat and the door mirrors. F Press button M, then press button 1 or 2 within four seconds. An audible signal indicates that the position has  been stored. Storing a new position cancels the previous  position. System which registers the electrical settings  of the driver's seat and door mirrors. It enables  you to store and recall two positions using the  buttons on the side of the driver's seat.
  • Page 81 Ease of use and comfort Additional adjustments Electric lumbar adjustment Removing a head restraint F To remove the head restraint, press the lug A and pull the head restraint upwards. F To put the head restraint back in place, engage  the head restraint stems in the openings  keeping them in line with the seat backrest and  press the lug A at the same time. F Press the control to obtain the desired Head restraint height and angle lumbar support.
  • Page 82: Massage Function

    Ease of use and comfort Massage function Electric leg rest Activation Deactivation Manual passenger seat F Press the front or rear part of the control to F  Press this button. You can deactivate the massage  unfold or fold away the leg rest. function at any time by pressing this  The movement stops when you release the button, its indicator lamp goes off. control. Its indicator lamp comes on and the massage ...
  • Page 83: Front Armrest

    Ease of use and comfort Heated seats control Front armrest Electric passenger seat Comfort system for the driver and front F  Use the adjustment wheel to switch on and  passenger. F  Push the control forwards or backwards to  select the level of heating required: unfold or fold away the leg rest. 0: Off. The movement stops when you release the Height adjustment control. 1: Low. F  Fully lower the armrest. 2: Medium.
  • Page 84: Rear Seats

    Ease of use and comfort Second-row seats The 3 seats in the 2  row are independent of each other and are all the same width. Their backrests can be folded to vary the load space in the boot. Forwards-backwards adjustment F Raise the lever A, located at the front of the seat cushion, and adjust the seat to the  desired position. A.  Forwards and backwards adjustment: raise  the lever. B.  Backrest angle adjustment: pull the strap  and guide the seat to the rear. C.  Folding the seat: pull the strap up to  release the seat. D.  Folding the seat from the rear: pull the  strap then push the seat forward.
  • Page 85: Rear Head Restraints

    Ease of use and comfort "Comfort" position Rear head restraints F Pull the strap B and guide the seat to the  The rear head restraints can be removed and Relax head restraints have two positions: rear. Depending on version, the sides can be folded  -  high, position for use, The backrest reclines and the seat base pivots  to obtain a more comfortable position. -  low, stowed position. slightly. To raise a head restraint, pull it upwards. To lower it, press lug A then the head restraint. Returning the seat to the initial Never drive with the head restraints removed; they must be in place and ...
  • Page 86 Ease of use and comfort Flat floor Each seat can be folded onto the floor to vary the space available in the boot. Folding a seat F  Place the seats in the fully back position. From the outside From the boot, when loading F Pull firmly upwards on strap C, as indicated for example by the arrow, to release the seat; keep ...
  • Page 87 Ease of use and comfort Releasing / locking the continuity panels F  Before unfolding the continuity panels,  check that the seats in the 2 row are fully back. F Slide the continuity panel latch upwards to release. F  Straighten the continuity panel, then slide  the latch downwards to lock it. Repositioning a seat Continuity panels F  If necessary, straighten the continuity  Each seat has a continuity panel at the bottom of the backrest, that once unfolded:  row and lock ...
  • Page 88 Ease of use and comfort Access to the third-row Leaving the vehicle from Repositioning a seat, from seats the third-row seats the outside, with the door open Access to the third-row seats is via the outer second-row seats. If there are passengers seated in the third row: F manually return the assembly as far as possible rearwards; the seat does ...
  • Page 89 Ease of use and comfort Third-row seats Repositioning the Concertina boards seats Two rigid concertina boards, which cannot  be separated from the vehicle, cover the 2 third-row seats, when these are in the folded position. Each of the two floor panels can support a load of 100 kg. F  Remove the luggage net. Folding the concertina boards   ...
  • Page 90 Ease of use and comfort Folding the seats F  Next push the backrest gently forwards.  The backrest pivots, folding onto the seat  base. The seat base then folds into the  stowage area provided for that purpose. F Reposition the concertina boards over the folded seats. F Return the second-row continuity panels to Before moving the third-row seats,  their initial position and lock them. return the rigid floor plates of the  F  Lower the head restraints. second-row seats to the upright position  F Correctly position the concertina board and lock them in place.
  • Page 91: Seat Modularity

    Ease of use and comfort Seat modularity and configurations Examples of configurations 5 seats 3 seats 4 seats Maximum loadspace...
  • Page 92 Ease of use and comfort Examples of seat configurations 7 seats Maximum loadspace 4 seats For easy modification of your interior vehicle space, all the rear seats can be individually folded: onto the  second-row floor, and under the third- row floor. You can then have a load  floor that is continuous up to the front seat backrests.
  • Page 93: Steering Wheel Adjustment

    Ease of use and comfort Steering wheel adjustment F When stationary, pull the control lever to release the adjustment mechanism. F  Adjust the height and reach to suit your  driving position. F  Push the control lever to lock the  adjustment mechanism. As a safety measure, these operations should only be carried out with the vehicle stationary.
  • Page 94: Ventilation

    Ease of use and 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  compartment (air intake), -  passage through a heating circuit (heating), -  passage through a cooling circuit (air  conditioning). Control panel Air distribution 1.  Windscreen demisting-defrosting vents. 4. ...
  • Page 95 Ease of use and comfort Recommendations for ventilation and air conditioning If after an extended stop in sunshine,  In order for these systems to be fully effective, follow the operation and maintenance 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  a few moments. located at the base of the windscreen, the nozzles, the vents and the air outlets, as well as the air extractor located in the boot.
  • Page 96: Heating

    Ease of use and comfort Heating The heating system works only when the  The symbol for air flow (a fan) fills progressively  The air distribution can be varied by using  engine is running. according to the air flow setting made. more than one button: illumination of the  By reducing the air flow to the minimum, you  Press the button for the Air conditioning button indicates that air is distributed in that menu to display the page for the system  are stopping ventilation of the passenger  direction; no illumination indicates that air is not  compartment. distributed in that direction. controls. Pressing all three buttons gives an even  distribution in the passenger compartment. Avoid driving for too long without  ventilation (risk of misting and  deterioration of air quality). Air intake / Air recirculation Air distribution adjustment The recirculation of interior air prevents exterior ...
  • Page 97: Dual-Zone Manual Air Conditioning

    Ease of use and comfort Dual-zone manual air conditioning with temperature regulation The air conditioning system only works with the  Temperature adjustment Air flow adjustment engine running. The driver and front passenger can each adjust  The temperature at the nozzles and vents Press one of these buttons to is regulated by the system according to the  the temperature independently. increase or decrease the speed of temperature in the passenger compartment  the air booster fan. and the temperature setting. F Press one of these buttons Press the button for the Air conditioning The air flow symbol (a fan) fills progressively ...
  • Page 98 Ease of use and comfort Air distribution Air intake / Air recirculation Air conditioning On / Off adjustment The intake of exterior air prevents the formation  These buttons are used to arrange  The air conditioning is designed to operate  of mist on the windscreen and side windows. the distribution of air in the passenger  effectively in all seasons, with the windows closed. compartment by combining several air outlets. The recirculation of interior air isolates the It enables you to: passenger compartment from exterior odours  lower the temperature, in summer, Windscreen. and smoke.
  • Page 99: Dual-Zone Automatic Air Conditioning

    Ease of use and comfort Dual-zone automatic air conditioning This air conditioning system operates with  Temperature adjustment the engine running, but the ventilation and its  controls are available with the ignition on. The driver and front passenger can each set  Operation of the air conditioning and regulation  the temperature independently. of temperature, air flow and air distribution in the passenger compartment are automatic. F Press one of these buttons to increase or decrease the value. Press the button for the Air conditioning menu to display the controls for the air It is recommended that you avoid a left/right ...
  • Page 100 Ease of use and comfort Air distribution adjustment Air conditioning On/Off Air intake/Air recirculation The air distribution in the passenger  The air conditioning is designed to operate  The intake of exterior air avoids misting of the  compartment can be adjusted by combining the  windscreen and side windows. efficiently in all seasons, with the windows use of several vents. closed. Air recirculation prevents exterior odours  It allows you: and smoke from entering the passenger  Windscreen. compartment. in summer, to lower the temperature, -  in winter, above 3 °C, to improve demisting.
  • Page 101 Ease of use and comfort Automatic comfort programme This setting is associated with AUTO mode  F Press this button to activate or only. However, on deactivation of AUTO mode,  deactivate the automatic mode of the air conditioning system. the last setting remains on. Changing the setting does not reactivate AUTO  mode if deactivated. When the indicator lamp in the button is on, the air conditioning system operates automatically:  the system manages the temperature, air  flow and air distribution in the passenger  In cold weather with the engine cold,  compartment in an optimum way according to ...
  • Page 102 Ease of use and comfort "Mono" function "Rear" function Settings for passengers in the 2 row of seats The comfort setting for the passenger's side  This function gives rear passengers access to  can be indexed to the driver's comfort setting  the adjustment controls and allows. (mono-zone). the distribution of air conditioned air to the vents for the 2 row of seats, From the secondary page of the Air the distribution of ambient air to the vents conditioning menu: for the 3  row of seats.
  • Page 103 Ease of use and comfort Settings for Ventilation with ignition on passengers in function the 3 row of seats With the ignition on, you can use the  ventilation system and have access to the Air conditioning menu to adjust the air flow and  air distribution in the passenger compartment. This function is available for a few minutes, depending on the state of charge of the battery  of your vehicle. This function does not activate the air conditioning.
  • Page 104: Front Demist - Defrost

    Ease of use and comfort Front demist - Rear screen demist - defrost 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. mirrors. The indicator lamp associated with the button comes on. Switching off The rear screen demist - defrost can only operate when the engine is ...
  • Page 105: Scented Air Freshener

    Ease of use and comfort Scented air freshener Allows a fragrance to be distributed in the passenger compartment via the central air vents. To remove the air freshener To insert the air freshener The air freshener contains an empty cartridge when your vehicle is  delivered. You therefore need to insert  a cartridge in order to use the air  freshener. Adjustment of flow After fitting or changing a cartridge: F Press the button A, rotating it a quarter  F  place the air freshener back in its housing. turn to the left as far as it will go.
  • Page 106 Ease of use and comfort Air freshener button Replacing a cartridge For safety, use only cartridges that are  provided for this purpose. Retain the containers for storing used  cartridges. Do not recharge or dismantle the  cartridges. Keep them out of reach of children and animals. Avoid all contact with the skin and with  the eyes. In the event of ingestion, consult a  The recharge for the air freshener consists of a  The air freshener button A is independent of doctor and show them the product packaging or label.
  • Page 107: Interior Fittings

    Ease of use and comfort Front fittings 1.  Sun visor. 2.  Card holder. 3.  Glove box. 4.  Central storage.   It contains the power and audio sockets. 5.  Raised console with closed storage, low  console or removable console. 6.  Cup holder. 7.  Door pockets. 8.  Storage below the steering wheel.   (Handbook pack).
  • Page 108 Ease of use and comfort Sliding sun visor Glove box Sliding blinds Sun visor rails Sliding blinds are provided for your protection  The blinds are extended on the sun visor rails. Depending on equipment, it may contain a CD  against bright sunlight. They can be adjusted  Fold the visor downwards, to protect against  player. manually. dazzle to the face. F  To open the glove box, raise the handle. If dazzle is coming from the side windows,  It is illuminated when the lid is opened. F Slide the blind to the desired position by pushing at A. detach the visor from its housing above the  It is cooled by a manual directional ventilation centre of the windscreen and pivot it to the side.
  • Page 109 Ease of use and comfort Removable console The removable console is a portable storage space secured to the lower centre console. It has a sliding lid, an open storage space and two cup holders. Releasing the removable Refitting the removable console console F  Raise the locking control located at the  F Carry out these operations in reverse front of the console. order. Ensure that the console has locked  into place. F With one hand, lift the front part of the console. F ...
  • Page 110 Ease of use and comfort Central storage compartment 230 V / 50 Hz power socket Connect only one device at a time to the socket (no extension or multi-way  connector). Connect only devices with class II insulation (shown on the device). As a safety measure, when electrical consumption is high and when required  by the vehicle's electrical system  (particular weather conditions, electrical overload...), the current supply to the ...
  • Page 111: Auxiliary Socket

    Ease of use and comfort 12 V socket Auxiliary socket USB port The auxiliary socket is located in the central  The USB port is located in the central storage  F  To connect a 12 V accessory (maximum  power: 120 Watts), lift the cover and  storage box. compartment. connect a suitable adaptor. It permits the connection of a portable device, It allows the connection of a portable device or such as a digital audio player of the iPod a USB memory stick. ® type, to listen to your music files using the vehicle's ...
  • Page 112: Mats

    Ease of use and comfort Storage boxes Mats Depending on equipment, storage boxes are  Fitting Removal located under the front seats. To remove the mat on the driver's side: F  move the seat as far back as possible, Opening F  unclip the fixings, F  remove the mat. Refitting To refit the mat on the driver's side: F position the mat correctly, F  refit the fixings by pressing, F  check that the mat is secured correctly. To avoid any risk of jamming of the  When fitting the mat for the first time, on the  pedals: driver's side use only the fixings provided in the  wallet attached. only use mats which are suited to the fixings already present in the ...
  • Page 113 Ease of use and comfort Storage below  Rear fittings the steering wheel Aircraft-style rear tables Individual reading lamps Rear table stowed This storage compartment below the steering  Reading lamps C may be fitted in the front seat wheel is intended for stowing your vehicle's  backrests, behind the tables. They illuminate  handbook pack. the surface of the tables without disturbing the  other passengers. They can be used only while the table is down. F  Press the "on/off" button to turn the lamp  on or off. Rear table opened These tables, fitted to the backs of the front  seats, incorporate a cup-holder recess A and a retaining strap B.
  • Page 114: Side Blinds

    Ease of use and comfort Side blinds Storage wells 12 V socket There are two storage wells under the rear  F  To connect a 12 V accessory (maximum  Fitted to the windows for the 2 row seats, they protect the passenger compartment from the sun's rays. passengers' feet. power: 120 Watts), lift the cover and  To open them, lift the cover at the cut-out. connect a suitable adaptor. F Pull the tab A and anchor the blind on the hook B.
  • Page 115: Rear Multimedia

    Ease of use and comfort Rear multimedia Description The pack includes: the connection and control panel fitted on the rear face of the centre console, two 7-inch screens built into the front head restraints (with protective covers), -  two wireless Bluetooth technology  headphone sets with rechargeable  batteries, -  a 12 V charger with two outlets allowing the ...
  • Page 116 Ease of use and comfort Operation F It is possible at any time to modify the source for the video display (using button 6 or 7 on the control panel: the indicator lamp  for the source selected comes on) as well as the audio channel (using the selector on  the headphones). The Multimedia system allows the connection of a third Bluetooth headphone set, not supplied. F ...
  • Page 117 Ease of use and comfort Boot fittings Rear parcel shelf   (see details on a following page) 2.  Hooks   (see details on a following page) 3. Torch   (see details on a following page) 4.  Storage net 5.  Lashing eyes 6.  12 V socket (maximum power: 120 Watts)
  • Page 118: Rear Parcel Shelf

    Ease of use and comfort Rear parcel shelf Hooks To remove the shelf: The hooks can be used to secure shopping  F  unhook the two cords, bags. F  raise the shelf slightly, then remove it. There are several options for storing the shelf: -  either upright behind the front seats, -  or flat at the base of the boot.
  • Page 119 Ease of use and comfort Boot fittings 1.  Luggage cover blind   (see details on a following page) 2. Torch   (see details on a following page) 3. Concertina boards 4.  12 V socket (maximum power: 120 Watts) 5.  Armrest with cup holder and storage space 6.  Location for stowing the luggage cover  blind 7.  Open storage 8.  Lower lashing eyes...
  • Page 120 Ease of use and comfort Luggage cover roller In the 5-seat configuration, it is installed behind  the second-row seats, with the third-row seats folded away. In the 7-seat configuration, it is stowed behind  the third row seats. Installation Removal F  Position the left and right hand ends of the  F  Disengage the roller guides from the rails  roller in cut-out A, with the mobile flap at in the pillars B. the front. F  Guide the blind as it is reeled in. F  Unlock the roller by pressing one of  F Pull out the blind until it reaches the boot pillars.
  • Page 121 Ease of use and comfort Stowing behind the 3 row seats F  Ensure that the 3  row seats are folded. To fold the 3 row seats with the roller F  Fold the first two concertina boards. stowed at the rear, it is necessary to raise the F Install the roller in the space above the arm concertina boards in order to allow access to rest, one side after the other, inclining it ...
  • Page 122 Ease of use and comfort Torch This is a removable lamp, fitted in the side of the boot, which can be used to illuminate the F  Extract the torch from its location by pulling  boot or as a torch. it from the front. F  Press the switch, located on the back, to  switch the torch on or off. F  Unfold the support, located on the back, to  set down and raise the torch; for example,  when changing a wheel. Operation Storing F  Put the torch back in place in its location  This torch operates with NiMH type rechargeable batteries.
  • Page 123: Courtesy Lamps

    Ease of use and comfort Courtesy lamps Front - rear courtesy lamps Front - rear map reading lamps In this position, the courtesy lamp comes on gradually: F  With the ignition on, press the  corresponding switch. -  when the vehicle is unlocked, -  when the electronic key is removed from  Take care to avoid leaving anything in  the reader, contact with the courtesy lamps. -  when opening a door, -  when the remote control locking button is  used, in order to locate your vehicle.
  • Page 124: Interior Mood Lighting

    Ease of use and comfort Footwell lighting Interior mood lighting The dimmed passenger compartment lighting  improves visibility in the vehicle when the light  is poor. Switching on The soft lighting provided by the footwell lamps  improves visibility in the vehicle when the light  is poor. At night, the illumination of the dashboard,  Switching on centre console and courtesy lamp comes on Its operation is identical to that of the courtesy automatically when the sidelamps are switched lamps. The lamps come on when one of the ...
  • Page 125: Driving Recommendations

    Driving Driving recommendations Observe the driving regulations and remain  If you are obliged to drive through water: Important! vigilant whatever the traffic conditions. Pay close attention to the traffic and keep your  Never drive with the parking brake  hands on the wheel so that you are ready to react at any time to any eventuality. applied - Risk of overheating and  On a long journey, a break every two hours is  damage to the braking system! strongly recommended. Risk of fire! In difficult weather, drive smoothly, anticipate As the exhaust system of your vehicle  the need to brake and increase the distance  is very hot, even several minutes after from other vehicles. switching off the engine, do not park ...
  • Page 126 Driving When towing Distribution of loads Cooling Braking Towing a trailer on a slope increases the  Towing a trailer increases the braking distance. F Distribute the load in the trailer so that the temperature of the coolant. To avoid overheating of the brakes, the use of  heaviest items are as close as possible to the axle and the nose weight approaches the  As the fan is electrically controlled, its cooling  engine braking is recommended. maximum permitted without exceeding it. capacity is not dependent on the engine speed. F  To lower the engine speed, reduce your  Air density decreases with altitude, thus reducing engine performance. Above ...
  • Page 127: Starting-Switching Off The Engine With The Electronic Key

    Driving Starting-switching off the engine with the electronic key Starting the engine F Briefly press the "START/STOP" For Diesel vehicles, in button. temperatures below zero the   The steering column unlocks and  engine will not start until the  the engine starts more or less  preheater warning lamp has  immediately (see the advice for gone off. Diesel versions). If this warning lamp comes on after  pressing "START/STOP", you should  hold the brake or clutch pedal down  until the warning lamp goes off and  If one of the starting conditions is not  do not press the START/STOP button  met, a reminder message appears in  again. the instrument panel screen. In some  F ...
  • Page 128 Driving Switching off the engine Emergency stop F  Immobilise the vehicle. In the event of an emergency only,  F  Place the gear selector lever at P or N for the engine can be switched off  vehicles with an automatic gearbox, or  without any conditions. To do this,  neutral with a manual gearbox. press the "START/STOP" button for  about three seconds. In this case the steering column locks  as soon as the vehicle stops. F Briefly press the "START/STOP" button.   The engine stops and the  steering column locks. Electronic key left in the reader F  Remove the electronic key from the reader. If the electronic key is left in the reader, ...
  • Page 129: Starting-Switching Off The Engine With Keyless Entry And Starting

    Driving Starting-switching off the engine with Keyless Entry and Starting Starting the engine F Briefly press the "START/ The presence of the "Keyless Entry and As a safety measure, never leave the Starting" electronic key in the recognition zone  STOP" button while maintaining  vehicle while the engine is running. is essential. pressure on the pedal until the engine starts. It is not necessary to place the electronic key in  the back-up reader. The steering column unlocks and the engine  starts more or less instantly. Diesel vehicles See the advice below for Diesel versions.
  • Page 130 Driving Switching off the engine Key not detected F  Immobilise the vehicle. F  Place the gear selector at P or N for vehicles with an automatic gearbox, or  neutral with a manual gearbox. F  With the electronic key inside  the vehicle, press the "START/ STOP" button. The engine stops and the steering  column locks. If the vehicle is not immobilised, the engine will not stop. Back-up starting Do not leave your vehicle with the electronic key still inside.
  • Page 131 Driving Emergency switch-off In the event of an emergency only,  Back-up switch off the engine can be switched off  without conditions. Press the "START/STOP" button for  about 3 seconds. In this case the steering column locks as soon  as the vehicle stops. When the electronic key is not detected or is  no longer in the recognition zone, a message  appears in the instrument panel when closing a  door or trying to switch off the engine. F To confirm the instruction to switch off the engine, press the  "START/STOP" button for about  3 seconds. In the event of a fault with the electronic key,  contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop.
  • Page 132 Driving Switching the ignition on Anti-theft protection (without starting) Electronic engine immobiliser The keys contain an electronic chip which has  With the electronic key in the reader or the  a secret code. When the ignition is switched  Keyless Entry and Starting key inside the  on, this code must be recognised in order for  vehicle, pressing the "START/STOP" button,  starting to be possible. with no action on the pedals, allows the This electronic engine immobiliser locks the  ignition to be switched on. engine management system a few minutes  after the ignition is switched off and prevents  F  Press the "START/STOP" button,  starting of the engine by anyone who does not  the instrument panel comes on have the key. but the engine does not start. In the event of a malfunction, you are informed by a message in the instrument panel screen.
  • Page 133: Electric Parking Brake

    Driving Electric parking brake Indicator lamp This indicator lamp comes on in the In the event of a battery failure, the instrument panel and in the control electric parking brake no longer works. lever to confirm the application of the As a safety measure, if the parking  parking brake. brake is not applied, immobilise the  vehicle by engaging a gear (with a  It goes off to confirm the release of the parking  The system provides, in automatic operation, manual gearbox) or placing a chock at ...
  • Page 134: Manual Release

    Driving Manual operation Manual release With the ignition on or the engine running, to  release the parking brake: F  press the brake pedal, F  while maintaining pressure on the brake  pedal, briefly push the control lever. The complete release of the parking brake  Label on door panel is confirmed by the brake indicator lamp and  Before leaving the vehicle, check  When towing, parking on a steep slope,  the P indicator lamp in the control lever going  that the parking brake is applied: the  off, accompanied by the display of the message  or if your vehicle is heavily laden, turn the wheels towards the kerb and  "Parking brake released". indicator lamps in the instrument panel and the control lever must be on fixed,  engage a gear (with a manual gearbox) ...
  • Page 135 Driving Automatic operation Automatic release Automatic application Ensure first that the engine is running and the  The complete release of the parking  With the vehicle stationary, the parking brake  driver's door is properly closed. brake is confirmed by the brake  is automatically applied when the engine The electric parking brake releases indicator lamp and the P indicator is switched off by pressing the START/STOP  lamp in the control lever going off,  button. automatically and progressively when you press the accelerator : accompanied by the display of the F ...
  • Page 136 Driving Special cases In some situations, you may need to operate Parking the vehicle with the the parking brake manually. brake released The complete release of the parking  In very cold conditions, it is brake is confirmed by the brake  recommended that the parking brake  Immobilisation of the vehicle indicator lamp and the P indicator not be applied (risk of freezing). with the engine running lamp in the control lever going off, ...
  • Page 137 Driving Deactivating automatic operation Emergency braking From this point the parking brake can only  In some situations, such as very cold weather The emergency braking should only be  or towing (caravan, recovery), it may be  be applied and released manually using the  used in an exceptional situation. control lever. necessary to deactivate automatic operation of the system. F  Start the engine. In the event of a failure of the main service Repeat this procedure to reactivate automatic F ...
  • Page 138 Driving Operating faults The various alert situations are described in the table below. In the event of a fault with the electric parking brake it is recommended that you contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop without delay. Situations Consequences Display of the message "Parking brake fault" and this -  Automatic release is not available. warning lamp: -  If you attempt an automatic release, a help message is displayed on acceleration  when the parking brake is applied, prompting you to use manual release. Display of the message "Parking brake fault" and these -  Secondary braking does not have full power. warning lamps: -  If automatic release is not available, a help message is displayed on acceleration  when the parking brake is applied, prompting you to use manual release. Display of the message "Parking brake fault" and these -  Automatic application is not available: use the control lever. warning lamps: -  The electric parking brake can only be used manually. -  If automatic release is also not available, a help message is displayed on ...
  • Page 139 Driving Situations Consequences Display of the message "Parking brake fault" and these The parking brake is faulty, the manual and automatic functions may not operate. warning lamps: When stationary, to immobilise your vehicle: -  Pull and hold the control lever for about 7 to 15 seconds, until the warning lamp  comes on in the instrument panel. If this procedure does not work, you should make your vehicle safe: -  Park on a level surface. -  Engage a gear with a manual gearbox, or place the gear selector at position P with an automatic gearbox. -  If possible, fit a wheel chock. Call on a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop. Display of the message "Parking brake fault" and these -  The parking brake does not have its full performance to securely hold the vehicle  warning lamps: in all situations. You should make your vehicle safe: -  Park on a level surface. -  Engage a gear with a manual gearbox, or place the gear selector at position P with an automatic gearbox. -  If possible, fit a wheel chock.
  • Page 140: 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, -  with the driver’s door closed. The hill start assist system cannot be deactivated. On an ascending slope, with the vehicle On a descending slope, with the vehicle Do not get out of the vehicle while it is ...
  • Page 141: 5-Speed Manual Gearbox

    Driving 5-speed manual 6-speed manual gearbox gearbox Engaging reverse gear Engaging 5 or 6 gear Engaging reverse gear F  Move the lever fully to the right to engage   gear. or 6 Failure to follow this advice may cause permanent damage to the gearbox  (engagement of 3  gear by  or 4 mistake). F  Raise the ring under the knob and move  F With the clutch pedal fully down, place the gear lever in neutral.
  • Page 142: Automatic Gearbox

    Driving Automatic gearbox This gearbox offers two driving modes. Gear selector lever automated mode for automatic management of the gears by the gearbox,  To come out of position P, move the gear selector to the right to the desired  without any action on the part of the driver, position, while keeping your foot on the  manual mode for sequential gear changing  by the driver using the steering mounted  brake pedal. paddles. To select position P, move the gear  selector to the highest position  (towards R), then push it forwards and It is possible to change from one mode ...
  • Page 143: Moving Off

    Driving Steering mounted control paddles Displays in the instrument panel Moving off F  With your foot on the brake pedal, select  position P or N. F  Start the engine. If these conditions are not met, there is an audible signal accompanied by a  message. If P is displayed in the instrument panel, although the gear selector is in another  position, place the gear selector in  position P to be able to start the engine. +. ...
  • Page 144 Driving F  Check that the symbol displayed in the  When the engine is running at idle,  Never select position N when driving.  instrument panel agrees with the position  brakes released, if position R, D or M is If position N is engaged in error when  of the selector. moving, allow the engine to idle, then  selected, the vehicle will move even if F  Progressively release the brake pedal. engage position D to accelerate. the accelerator is not pressed. F  If the parking brake is released, the vehicle  moves off.   If the parking brake is applied and  automatic operation is activated, accelerate away.
  • Page 145: Manual Mode

    Driving Manual mode Automated mode F Select position D. F Select position M. Temporary manual control of the F Use the "+" and "-" steering mounted  gears control paddles to change gear. The gears engaged are displayed successively  D and the gear engaged are displayed in the  in the instrument panel. instrument panel. When stationary or at very low speed, the The gearbox operates in auto-active  gearbox automatically engages 1st gear. mode, without any action from the driver. It ...
  • Page 146 Driving Parking the vehicle Operating fault Before switching off the engine, you can  change to position P or N to be in neutral.  In the event of a fault with the In either case, apply the parking brake to  gearbox, the service warning lamp  immobilise the vehicle, unless it is programmed  comes on in the instrument panel, in automatic mode. accompanied by a message and an  audible signal. If the lever is not in position P, on opening the  driver's door or approximately 45 seconds after  In this case the gearbox goes into back-up  switching off the ignition there is an audible ...
  • Page 147: Gear Shift Indicator

    Driving Gear shift indicator System which reduces fuel consumption by recommending the most suitable gear. With an automatic gearbox, the system is only active in manual mode. Depending on the driving situation and your  Example: The system adapts its gear change  vehicle's equipment, the system may advise  -  You are in third gear. recommendation according to the  you to skip one or more gears. -  You press the accelerator pedal. driving conditions (gradient, load, ...)  You can follow this instruction without going  -  The system may suggest that you engage  and the demands of the driver (power, through the intermediate gears.. a higher gear. acceleration, braking, ...). The system never suggests: On BlueHDi Diesel 135 and 150 versions with  -  engaging first gear, manual gearbox, in certain driving conditions  -  engaging reverse gear. the system may suggest changing into neutral  so that the engine can go into standby (STOP  mode with Stop & Start). In this case, N is displayed in the instrument panel.
  • Page 148: Stop & Start

    Driving Stop & Start Perfect for urban use, the Stop & Start system reduces fuel consumption and exhaust emissions as well as the noise level when stationary. 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. Operation Special cases: STOP mode not available STOP mode is not invoked when: Going into engine STOP -  the driver's door is open, mode -  the driver's seat belt is not fastened, This indicator lamp comes on in the instrument -  the vehicle has not exceeded 6 mph  For your comfort, during parking  panel and the engine goes into standby  (10 km/h) since the last engine start using  manoeuvres, STOP mode is not automatically: the START/STOP button, available for a few seconds after...
  • Page 149 Driving Manual deactivation/ reactivation Going into engine START mode Special cases: START invoked In some circumstances, such as the need to automatically maintain a comfortable temperature in the passenger compartment, it may be necessary  This indicator lamp goes off and the  START mode is invoked automatically when: to deactivate the Stop & Start system. engine starts automatically: -  you open the driver's door, The system can be deactivated at any time, - ...
  • Page 150: Opening The Bonnet

    Driving Operating fault In the event of a fault with the system, Opening the bonnet this indicator lamp flashes for a few Before doing anything under the  moments then comes on continuously, bonnet, deactivate the Stop & Start accompanied by a message. system to avoid the risk of injury related  Have it checked by a CITROËN dealer or a  to an automatic change to START  qualified workshop. mode. In the event of a fault in STOP mode, the vehicle may stall.
  • Page 151: 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 speed settings are already memorised. Memorising This function is accessible in the Driving menu of the touch screen tablet. F Select the "Driving assistance" tab, then Speed settings. F Select the system for which you want to memorise new speed settings. F  Press the button corresponding to the  speed setting you want to modify. F  Enter the new value using the numerical  keypad and confirm. As a safety measure, the driver must carry out these operations when stationary.
  • Page 152: Speed Limit Recognition

    Driving Speed limit recognition This system allows the speed limit detected by Principles The automatic reading of road signs is a  the camera to be displayed in the instrument driving assistance system and does not  panel. always display speed limits correctly. Specific speed limits, such as those for heavy The speed limit signs present on the  goods vehicles, are not displayed. road always take priority over the  The display of the speed limit in the instrument display by the system.
  • Page 153: Display In The Instrument Panel

    Driving Display in the instrument panel Display of the speed The system is active but is not detecting speed  The driver can, if desired, adjust the  limit information. speed of the vehicle according to the  1.  Indication of the speed limit. information given by the system. 2.  Indication of the end of the speed limit. It is necessary to update your navigation mapping regularly in order to  receive accurate information on speed limits from the system. Activation / Deactivation On detection of speed limit information, the system displays the value.
  • Page 154: Operating Limits

    Driving Operating limits Memorising the speed setting The legislation on speed limits is specific to  This memorisation is in addition to the display each country. of Speed limit recognition. The system does not take account of reduced  speed limits in the following cases: poor weather (rain, snow), atmospheric pollution, trailer, caravan, -  driving with a space-saver type spare  The driver can choose to adapt the speed setting to the speed limit suggested, by ...
  • Page 155 Driving Memorising the speed F  Switch on the speed limiter/cruise control. Speed limiter/cruise control information is  displayed. F  Make an initial press on this On detection of a speed limit sign, the system  button to request saving of the  displays the speed limit value and offers to speed suggested. make it a new speed setting. "MEM" flashes in the screen for a few seconds. If the difference between the speed setting  and speed displayed by the recognition  system is less than 6 mph (10 km/h), the  MEM symbol is not displayed. F Press this button again to confirm and save the new speed setting.
  • Page 156: Speed Limiter

    Driving Speed limiter - "LIMIT" System which prevents the vehicle from exceeding the speed programmed by the driver. Once the programmed speed limit is reached,  Steering mounted controls Displays in the instrument panel additional pressure on the accelerator pedal has no effect. Switching on the speed limiter requires a programmed speed of at least 20 mph  (30 km/h). The speed limiter is paused by operation of the control. The programmed speed can be exceeded ...
  • Page 157 Driving Switching on / Pause Adjusting the speed limiter setting -  pressing button 5: F the six speeds memorised are displayed  in the touch screen tablet, F press the button corresponding to the  limit speed chosen. The value is displayed in the instrument panel. The selection screen closes after a few moments. -  by pressing button 5, if your vehicle has speed limit recognition: F the speed to memorise is displayed in F Turn thumbwheel 1 to the "LIMIT" position: ...
  • Page 158: Speed Limiter

    Driving Temporarily exceeding the Operating fault programmed speed Flashing of the dashes indicates a fault with the  F Press firmly on the accelerator pedal, On sharp acceleration, as when speed limiter. going beyond the point of resistance, to descending a steep hill, the speed  exceed the programmed speed limit. Have it checked by a CITROËN dealer or a  limiter will not be able to prevent qualified workshop. The speed limiter is deactivated temporarily the vehicle from exceeding the ...
  • Page 159: Cruise Control

    Driving Cruise control - "CRUISE" System which automatically maintains the speed of the vehicle at the value programmed by the driver, without any action on the accelerator pedal. Switching on the cruise control requires a Steering mounted controls Displays in the instrument panel minimum vehicle speed of 25 mph (40 km/h). As well as engagement of: -  fourth gear or higher on a manual gearbox, -  second gear or higher in manual mode on  an automatic gearbox, position D on an automatic gearbox. The system remains active after changing gear  on vehicles with a manual gearbox and  Stop & Start. The cruise control is paused by pressing  button 4 or the brake pedal or on triggering of  the ESC system for safety reasons.
  • Page 160 Driving Switching on -  by pressing button 5, if your vehicle has speed limit recognition: F the speed to memorise is displayed in the instrument panel, F press button 5 again to save the speed. The value is then displayed in the instrument panel. For more information on Speed limit recognition and memorisation, refer to the corresponding section.
  • Page 161: Cruise Control

    Driving Operating fault When the cruise control is switched on, be careful if you maintain the pressure on one of the programmed speed  Flashing of the dashes indicates a fault with the  changing buttons: this may result in a  cruise control. very rapid change in the speed of your  Have it checked by a CITROËN dealer or a  vehicle. qualified workshop. Do not use the cruise control on slippery roads or in heavy traffic. On a steep descent, the cruise control will not be able to prevent the vehicle from exceeding the programmed speed.
  • Page 162: Dynamic Cruise Control

    Driving Dynamic cruise control System that allows, in addition to maintaining your vehicle's speed at a value that you have defined, the inter-vehicle time you have selected between  your vehicle and the one in front to be maintained. Choice of the type of cruise control Principles of operation Using a radar with a range of about 100 metres,  If the vehicle in front accelerates or changes  The choice between the "dynamic" and lane, the dynamic cruise control progressively  "standard" cruise control is done in the Driving located at the front of the vehicle, this system menu.
  • Page 163 Driving General points The dynamic cruise control is switched on The dynamic cruise control can be paused The dynamic cruise control operates by manually: it requires that the speed of the  manually or automatically: day and at night, in fog or in moderate  -  by pressing button 4, vehicle be between 25 and 90 mph (40 and rainfall. 150 km/h), as well as the engagement of: -  by pressing the brake pedal, - ...
  • Page 164 Driving Steering mounted controls Operation Modification of the cruise control Switching on speed The active cruise control must be selected in -  using buttons 2 or 3: the Driving menu. F Turn the thumbwheel 1 to the "CRUISE" F by successive short presses, to modify position: cruise control mode is selected, ...
  • Page 165 Driving Displays in the instrument panel Modification of the inter-vehicle In the event of the presence of a distance vehicle detected by the radar, if the speed selected is much higher than  Press button 6 to choose a new inter-vehicle distance setting from the 3 available ("Close", the speed of that vehicle, the system is not activated and the alert message ...
  • Page 166 Driving Driving situations and associated alerts The table below describes the alerts and the messages displayed for the different driving situations. The display of these alerts is not sequential. Display in the Symbol Associated message Comments instrument panel No vehicle detected:  the system operates as a standard cruise control. Detection of a vehicle, at the limit of the range of the radar:  the system operates as a standard cruise control. Detection of a vehicle that is too close or running at a speed lower than your  "SPEED ADJUSTED" vehicle's cruise speed setting. The system uses engine braking to slow your vehicle and then hold it at the speed of  the vehicle in front so as to maintain the programmed inter-vehicle time. The regulation range is limited to a maximum difference of 20 mph (30 km/h)  between the speed setting and the speed of the vehicle ahead. When the adjusted speed reaches the control limit (speed setting - 20 mph  "SPEED ADJUSTED" (30 km/h)), the adjusted speed flashes together with the speed setting, to signal that  automatic deactivation of the system is imminent. If the system exceeds the limit of speed adjustment possible by the system and  "Cruise control paused" in the absence of any reaction by the driver (operation of the direction indicator, change of lane, reduction of the speed of the vehicle), the system is automatically ...
  • Page 167 Driving Limits of operation The dynamic cruise control uses only engine  As the radar's field of view is quite narrow, it is  When the dynamic cruise control is braking to slow the vehicle. Consequently the  possible that the system may not detect: automatically paused, it can only be vehicle loses speed slowly, as when releasing  reactivated when safe conditions are the accelerator pedal. restored. The message "Activation  The system is paused automatically: not possible, conditions unsuitable" if the vehicle in front slows down too much is displayed while reactivation is not or too suddenly, and the driver does not possible.
  • Page 168: Dynamic Cruise Control

    Driving Operating fault In the event of a fault with the dynamic cruise When the cruise control is working, take  The operation of the radar, located in control, you are alerted by an audible signal  care if making a maintained press on  the front bumper, may be disturbed by and the display of the message "Driving aid  one of the cruise control programmed  accumulations of grime (dust, mud...)  functions fault". speed modification buttons: this can  or in certain weather conditions (snow, Have the system checked by a CITROËN ...
  • Page 169: Dynamic Cruise Control With Stop Function

    Driving Dynamic cruise control with Stop function This system assures two functions: Principles -  automatic regulation of the speed of the  This system detects a vehicle running in front of  vehicle to a value programmed by the  The dynamic cruise control is a driving  your vehicle, travelling in the same direction. driver, aid that cannot in any circumstances It automatically adapts the speed of your -  automatic adjustment of the distance  replace the observation of speed limits vehicle to that of the vehicle in front, to maintain between your vehicle and the vehicle and safe distances, nor the need for a constant distance.
  • Page 170 Driving Steering mounted controls Displays in the instrument panel 1.  Select cruise control mode. 7.  Indication of the presence / absence of a  12.  Inter-vehicle distance setting. target vehicle. 13.  Position of the vehicle detected by the radar. 2. Use the current speed as the speed setting / Lower the speed setting. 8.  Indication of cruise control activation /  This information is visible in the instrument deactivation. 3. Use the current speed as the speed panel in "Driving" display mode.
  • Page 171 Driving Switching on Pause Otherwise, the last setting made will be used  The dynamic cruise control can be paused when switching on the system. manually by: Switching off the ignition cancels any  -  action by the driver: programmed speed setting. ●  on button 4, ●  on the brake pedal, ●  on the electric parking brake control, ●  when changing from D to N with an When the cruise control is operating,  automatic gearbox. Stop & Start is automatically The cruise control is switched on manually, or automatically, if operation of the ESC deactivated.
  • Page 172 Driving Modification of the speed setting Modification from the speed limit When the cruise control is paused, recognition system it can only be reactivated when all of the safety conditions are met. The  F The speed to be memorised is displayed in message "Activation not possible,  the instrument panel. F  Make an initial press on button 5; a  conditions unsuitable"...
  • Page 173 Driving Exceeding the programmed Modification of the inter-vehicle distance setting setting It is possible to exceed the speed setting  Engine running and cruise control selected  temporarily by depressing the accelerator  (grey), you can modify the inter-vehicle  pedal. distance setting: The cruise control no longer manages the  F press button 6 to display the selection braking system during this period. screen for inter-vehicle distance, F press button 6 repeatedly to cycle through  Simply release the accelerator pedal to return to the programmed speed.
  • Page 174 Driving Driving situations and associated alerts To benefit from all of the information available in the instrument panel, you must first select the "DRIVING" display mode. The following table describes the alerts and the messages displayed for the different driving situations. The display of these alerts is not sequential. Indicator Display Associated message Comment System paused. "Cruise control paused" No vehicle detected. according to the inter-vehicle  distance selected System paused. "Cruise control paused" A vehicle has been detected. according to the inter-vehicle  distance selected System activated. "Cruise control on" No vehicle detected. according to the inter-vehicle  distance selected System activated. "Cruise control on" A vehicle has been detected.
  • Page 175 Driving Indicator Display Associated message Comment "Take back control of the  The driver should take control of the vehicle by accelerating or  braking, depending on the circumstances (sharp curve). vehicle" "Take back control of the  The system cannot manage the critical situation alone  (emergency braking of the target vehicle, rapid insertion of  vehicle" another vehicle between the two vehicles). The driver must immediately take back control of the vehicle. "Activation not possible, The system refuses to activate the cruise control (speed outside the operating range, winding road). conditions unsuitable" The system has brought the vehicle to a complete stop and is ...
  • Page 176 Driving Limits of operation The system cannot exceed the limits of the  laws of physics. It is recommended that the system be deactivated when the "space-saver" spare wheel is in use. The system should not be activated when towing a trailer. In certain critical situations, the system will encourage the driver to immediately take back  control: if the vehicle in front slows down too much As the radar's field of detection is quite narrow, ...
  • Page 177 Driving Operating fault In the event of a fault with the cruise The system is not intended for driving in the  The cruise control operates by day and at control, you are alerted by the night, in fog or moderate rainfall. following situations: illumination of this warning lamp  However, it is strongly recommended that  the front end of the vehicle has been and the display of a message in the  you always keep a safe distance from ...
  • Page 178: Collision Risk Alert

    Driving Collision risk alert System providing a warning to the driver that their vehicle is at risk of collision with the vehicle in front. The collision risk alert system can be activated  Setting the thresholds for or deactivated in the touch screen tablet. the alert In the Driving menu, select the "Settings" tab, then "Driving aid" and "Collision risk alert". The alert thresholds determine how you want to be alerted to the presence of a vehicle running  in front of you. This system operates from 20 mph You can choose from three thresholds: (30 km/h), only when other vehicles are ...
  • Page 179 Driving Alerts Operating fault According to the collision risk detected by the  The change from one level of alert  system and the alert threshold chosen, three to the next takes place if the driving  In the event of a fault, you are alerted levels of alert can be triggered. by the display of the Service warning  conditions do not change (speed  lamp, accompanied by a message. unchanged, no change of lane...) Level 1: visual alert only (orange)  Consult a CITROËN dealer or a indicating that the vehicle in front is  qualified workshop. very close. The message "Vehicle If the speed of your vehicle is too high  close" is displayed.
  • Page 180: Assisted Lane Departure Warning System

    Driving Assisted lane departure warning system Using a camera placed at the top of the windscreen to identify lane markings on the ground, this systems corrects the trajectory of the vehicle while  alerting the driver if it detects a risk of involuntary crossing of a line. This system is particularly useful on motorways and main roads. Conditions for operation Operation Once the system identifies a risk of the vehicle  The speed of the vehicle must be between 40 The assisted lane departure warning  and 112 mph (65 and 180 km/h). involuntarily crossing one of the lane markings  system cannot, in any circumstances, The carriageway must have at least one lane  detected, it makes the correction to the  replace the need for vigilance on the part  marking (solid or broken) on the ground. trajectory necessary to return the vehicle to its  of the driver. initial path. The driver must hold the wheel with both The driver remains responsible for the hands.
  • Page 181 Driving While the direction indicators are on and for If the system detects that the driver is a few seconds after switching them off, the  not holding the wheel firmly enough  system considers that any change of trajectory  during an automatic correction of  is voluntary and no correction is triggered  trajectory, it interrupts the correction.  during this period. An alert is triggered to encourage  the driver to take back control of the  vehicle. Activation / Deactivation Activation / deactivation of the system is done  However, with the "Blind spot monitoring  in the Driving menu of the touch screen tablet. system" activated, if the driver starts changing  Select the "Driving assistance" tab then "Help staying in lane".
  • Page 182 Driving Driving situations and associated alerts To benefit from all of the information needed in the instrument panel, you must first select the "Driving" display mode. The table below describes the alerts and messages displayed according to the driving situation. The display of these alerts is not sequential. State of Warning Associated display Comment the system lamp and message System deactivated. System active, conditions not met: -  speed below 40 mph (65 km/h), -  no lane marking recognised, -  ESC deactivated or operation triggered, -  "sporty" driving. Automatic deactivation / standby of the system (for example: detection of a trailer, use of the  "space-saver" spare wheel provided with the vehicle). Detection of lane markings. Speed above 40 mph (65 km/h). The system corrects the trajectory on the side of the lane marking detected. -  If, during correction, the system detects that the driver has not held the wheel for a few  seconds, it interrupts the correction and returns control to the driver. -  During correction of the trajectory, the system determines that the correction will not be  "Take back the wheel".
  • Page 183 Driving Limits of operation Risk of undesirable operation The system goes into standby  The system may not operate correctly automatically in the following cases: or at all in the following situations: ESC deactivated or operation conditions of poor visibility Deactivation of the system is recommended in triggered, (inadequate street lighting,  the following situations: -  speed below 40 mph (65 km/h) or  snowfall, rain, fog), -  driving on a road surface in poor condition, above 112 mph (180 km/h), - ...
  • Page 184: Blind Spot Sensors

    Driving Blind spot monitoring system Activation / Deactivation Activation of the function is done in the touch screen tablet. F In the Driving menu, select the "Driving assistance" tab, then "Blind spot monitoring". This indicator lamp comes on in the instrument panel. This driving assistance system warns the driver  A warning lamp appears in the door mirror on  Sensors fitted in the front and rear bumpers the side in question: monitor the blind spots.
  • Page 185 Driving Operation The alert is given by a warning lamp which  comes on in the door mirror on the side in question as soon as a vehicle - car, lorry, bicycle - is detected and the following  conditions are fulfilled: -  all vehicles are moving in the same  direction and in adjacent lanes, the speed of your vehicle is between 7 and 87 mph (12 and 140 km/h), -  you overtake a vehicle with a speed  difference of less than 6 mph (10 km/h), - ...
  • Page 186 Driving Operating fault Active blind spot monitoring system In the event of a fault, this warning  The system may suffer temporary In addition to the fixed warning lamp in the door  lamp flashes for a few moments in interference in certain weather the instrument panel, accompanied mirror on the side in question, a correction of conditions (rain, hail...). by a message.
  • Page 187: Fatigue Detection System

    Driving Fatigue detection system It is recommended that you take a break as soon as you feel tired or at least every two hours. Depending on version, the vehicle either has the "Driving time warning system" only, or this combined with the "Fatigue detection system". Activation / Deactivation Driving time warning The system triggers an alert once it detects that  The system resets itself if one of the following  The system is activated or deactivated in the touch screen tablet. the driver has not taken a break after two hours  conditions is met: of driving at a speed above 40 mph (65 km/h). -  engine running, the vehicle has been  In the Driving menu, select the "Settings" tab, stationary for more than 15 minutes, - ...
  • Page 188 Driving Fatigue detection system In certain driving conditions (poor road  surface or strong winds), the system  may give alerts independent of the  driver's level of vigilance. The following situations may interfere  with operation of the system or prevent it working: -  poor visibility (inadequate lighting  of the roadway, falling snow, heavy  rain, dense fog, ...), -  dazzle (headlamps of an oncoming  Depending on version, the "Driving time  Once the system considers that the behaviour vehicle, low sun, reflections on warning system" may be combined with the  of the vehicle suggests a certain level of fatigue  a damp road, leaving a tunnel,  "Fatigue detection system". or inattention by the driver, it triggers the first ...
  • Page 189: Parking Sensors

    Driving Parking sensors Rear parking sensors The system is switched on by engaging reverse  gear. This is confirmed by an audible signal. The system is switched off when you come out of reverse gear. This system indicates the proximity of an  Visual assistance obstacle (examples: pedestrian, vehicle, tree,  gate) which comes within the field of detection  This supplements the audible signal by  of sensors located in the bumper. displaying bars in the screen or the instrument  Certain types of obstacle (examples: stake,  panel which move progressively nearer to  roadworks cone) detected initially will no longer  the vehicle. When the obstacle is near, the  "Danger" symbol is displayed. be detected at the end of the manoeuvre, if they are located in blind spots in the sensors' ...
  • Page 190 Driving Front parking sensors Deactivation / Activation of Operating fault the front and rear parking sensors As an addition to the rear parking sensors, the  In the event of a malfunction of front parking sensors are triggered when an  the system, when reverse gear is  The parking sensors can be deactivated in the  engaged, this warning lamp flashes  touch screen tablet. obstacle is detected in front and the speed of the vehicle remains below 6 mph (10 km/h). F In the Driving menu, select the "Driving for a few moments then stays on The front parking sensors are interrupted if ...
  • Page 191: Reversing Camera

    Driving Reversing camera The blue lines represent the general direction  of the vehicle (the difference corresponds to the width of your vehicle without the mirrors). The red lines represent a distance of about 30 cm beyond the edge of your vehicle's rear  bumper. The green lines represent distances of about 1  and 2 metres beyond the edge of your vehicle's  rear bumper. The turquoise blue curves represent the maximum turning circle. The reversing camera is activated automatically  The superimposed representation of guide  when reverse gear is engaged. lines helps with the manoeuvre. Opening the tailgate causes the display  Depending on version, the image is displayed in  to disappear. the touch screen tablet or the instrument panel. They are represented by lines marked  "on the ground" and do not allow the ...
  • Page 192: 360 Vision

    Driving 360 Vision Rear vision This system is a visual aid which in no The camera located in the tailgate is activated  circumstances can replace the need for vigilance on the part of the driver. and the view of the area behind your vehicle is The images provided by the cameras  displayed in the instrument panel and behaves may be deformed by the relief. The  like a reversing camera, whatever the position ...
  • Page 193 Driving Operation 360 vision Deactivating the function F  Accelerate so as to exceed 18 mph  The cameras located in the front and rear (30 km/h). bumpers and under the door mirrors are activated and a reconstruction of the view from above your vehicle in its immediate surroundings  F In the Driving menu, select the "Driving is displayed in the instrument panel.
  • Page 194: Park Assist

    Driving Park Assist The Park Assist system provides assistance for  This system provides active assistance with During a manoeuvre the steering  parking. It detects a parking space then  the following manoeuvres: wheel turns quickly: do not hold the  operates the steering to park in the space. steering wheel, do not place your hands  It operates the steering while the driver  between the spokes of the steering  manages the accelerator, brakes, gears and  wheel and take care with loose and  clutch (manual gearbox). During phases of  bulky clothing, scarves, handbags...  entry into and exit from a parking space, the  There is a risk of injury. system provides visual and audible information to the driver in order to make the manoeuvres  A.  Entry into a parallel parking space safe. It may be necessary to move forwards  and backwards more than once. When Park Assist is activated, it  prevents a change to STOP mode of  The driver can take control at any time by  Stop & Start. In STOP mode, activation  gripping the steering wheel. of Park Assist restarts the engine. The Park Assist system cannot in any ...
  • Page 195 Driving You should always check the  The sequence of manoeuvres and the driving instructions are displayed in the  surroundings of your vehicle before  instrument panel. starting a manoeuvre. The assistance is activated: the display of this  symbol and a speed limit The park sensors function is not  indicate that the steering  available during parking space  manoeuvres are controlled measurement. It intervenes later when  by the system: do not touch  manoeuvring to warn you that your  the steering wheel. vehicle is approaching an obstacle: the  audible signal becomes continuous  when the obstacle is less than thirty The assistance is centimetres away.
  • Page 196 Driving Operation Assistance with parallel parking manoeuvres F  When you have identified a parking space. F Operate the direction indicator on the F Limit the speed of the vehicle to parking side chosen to activate the  a maximum of 12 mph (20 km/h)  measurement function. You should drive  F  Press this button. and select "Enter parallel at a distance of between 0.5 m and 1.5 m  parking space" in the touch from the row of parked vehicles. screen tablet.
  • Page 197 Driving F  Move forwards slowly until a message is  F  The assisted parking manoeuvre is in  F  At the end of the manoeuvre, the operating  progress. indicator lamp goes out in the instrument  displayed, accompanied by an audible signal, asking you to engage reverse gear.   Without exceeding 4 mph (7 km/h), move  panel, accompanied by a message and an  forwards and backwards, aided by the  audible signal. warnings from the "Parking sensors"    The assistance is deactivated: you can  take over control. system, until the indication of the end of the manoeuvre. F  Select reverse, release the steering wheel  and start moving without exceeding 4 mph  (7 km/h).
  • Page 198 Driving Assistance in exiting from a parallel parking space The manoeuvre is complete when the vehicle's  F  When you want to leave a parallel parking  F  Operate the direction indicator for the exit  front wheels are clear of the parking space. space, start the engine. side chosen. F  Engage reverse or forward gear and  At the end of the manoeuvre, the indicator lamp in the instrument panel goes off, accompanied  release the steering wheel. F With the vehicle stationary, press by a message and an audible signal. this button. The assistance is deactivated: you can take  over control. This indicator lamp comes on in the instrument panel to confirm activation of the function.
  • Page 199 Driving When several successive bays are found, the vehicle will be directed towards the last one. Assistance with bay parking manoeuvres F Once you have identified a F Operate the direction indicator on the parking zone, press this button. parking side chosen to activate the  measurement function. You should drive  at a distance of between 0.5 m and 1.5 m  This indicator lamp comes on in the from the row of parked vehicles.
  • Page 200 Driving During a bay parking manoeuvre, the  Park Assist system is automatically  deactivated once the rear of the vehicle is within 50 cm of an obstacle. During parking and exit from  At the end of the manoeuvre, the operating  F  Select reverse, release the steering wheel  parking manoeuvres, the reversing  indicator lamp goes off in the instrument panel,  and start moving without exceeding 4 mph  camera function may come into accompanied by a message and an audible  (7 km/h). operation. It facilitates monitoring of  signal. the surroundings of the vehicle, by  The assistance is deactivated: you can take  displaying additional information in the  over control. instrument panel. For more information on the Reversing camera, refer to the corresponding  section. F ...
  • Page 201: Switching Off

    Driving Deactivation Switching off The system is deactivated by pressing the  The system is switched off automatically: If the lateral distance between your control. -  when towing a trailer, connected  vehicle and the space is too great, the  The system is deactivated automatically: electrically, system may not be able to measure the -  on switching off the ignition, -  if the driver's door is opened, space. -  if the engine stalls, if the speed of the vehicle is above 42 mph Anything projecting beyond the envelope ...
  • Page 202: Under-Inflation Detection

    Driving Under-inflation detection System which automatically checks the pressures of the tyres while driving. The system monitors the pressures in the four The under-inflation detection system The inflation pressures defined for tyres, once the vehicle is moving. does not replace the need for vigilance  your vehicle can be found on the tyre It compares the information given by the four  on the part of the driver. pressure label. wheel speed sensors with reference values, This system does not avoid the need to For more information on the which must be reinitialised every time the check the tyre pressures (including the ...
  • Page 203 Driving Under-inflation alert Reinitialisation This is given by fixed illumination of  F In the event of a puncture, use the It is necessary to reinitialise the system every this warning lamp, accompanied by  time one or more tyre pressures are adjusted,  temporary puncture repair kit or the spare  an audible signal and, depending on  and after changing one or more wheels. wheel (depending on equipment), equipment, the display of a message. F if you have a compressor, such as the one in the temporary puncture repair kit, check  F Reduce speed immediately, avoid Before reinitialising the system, ensure ...
  • Page 204 Driving Operating fault Reinitialisation of the system is done in the touch screen tablet, with the ignition on and the  vehicle stationary. F In the Driving menu, select the "Driving The flashing and then fixed illumination of the  assistance" tab then "Under-inflation under-inflation warning lamp accompanied  initialisation". by illumination of the Service warning lamp  F  Confirm the instruction by pressing "Yes", indicates a fault with the system. an audible signal and a message confirm  A message appears, accompanied by an  the reinitialisation. audible signal. In this case, under-inflation monitoring of the  The new pressure settings registered are  tyres is no longer assured. considered to be reference values by the Have the system checked by a CITROËN ...
  • Page 205: Lighting And Visibility

    Lighting and visibility Mirrors Door mirrors Folding F  From outside: lock the vehicle using the  electronic key or the Keyless Entry and  Starting system. F  From inside: with the ignition on, pull the  control A in the central position rearwards. If the mirrors are folded using control A, they will not unfold when the vehicle is unlocked. Pull again on control A. Adjustment F Move control A to the right or to the left to  Each fitted with an adjustable mirror glass  select the corresponding mirror. providing the lateral rearward vision necessary  Unfolding F Move control B in all four directions to for overtaking or parking.
  • Page 206: Rear View Mirror

    Lighting and visibility Rear view mirror Equipped with an anti-dazzle system, which darkens the mirror glass and reduces the nuisance to  Automatic tilting in reverse gear the driver caused by the sun, headlamps from other vehicles... System which provides a view of the ground  Manual model Automatic "electrochrome" during parking manoeuvres in reverse gear. model With the engine running, on engaging reverse  gear, the mirror glasses tilt downwards. They return to their initial position: a few seconds after coming out of reverse gear, -  once the speed of the vehicle exceeds  6 mph (10 km/h), -  on switching off the engine. This function can be deactivated in the Driving menu. This system automatically and progressively  Adjustment F Select the "Setting"...
  • Page 207 Lighting and visibility Child surveillance mirror A child surveillance mirror is fitted above the rear view mirror. This allows you to monitor the  vehicle’s rear passengers, or it can facilitate  conversation between the front and rear passengers without the need to move the rear  view mirror.  It can be folded away to eliminate dazzle.
  • Page 208: Lighting Controls

    Lighting and visibility Lighting control stalk Selection and control of the various front and rear lamps providing the vehicle's lighting. Main lighting Additional lighting Programming The setting of some functions can be adjusted: 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: automatic illumination of headlamps, progressively according to the climatic  -  rear foglamps, -  automatic headlamp dipping, conditions: -  front foglamps with cornering lighting, - ...
  • Page 209 Lighting and visibility Main lighting Displays Illumination of the corresponding indicator  Selection of main lighting mode lamp in the instrument panel confirms that the lighting selected is on. Turn the ring A to place the desired symbol against the mark. Lighting off (ignition off) / Daytime running lamps (engine running). Automatic illumination of headlamps. Daytime running lamps / Dipped  beam / Main beam. Model without AUTO lighting Sidelamps. Dipped or main beam headlamps. The rear sidelamps and direction indicators are located on the tailgate. ...
  • Page 210 Lighting and visibility Foglamps The foglamps operate with the dipped and main  When the headlamps switch off with automatic beam headlamps. illumination of headlamps or when the dipped beam headlamps are switched off manually, Rear foglamps the foglamps and sidelamps remain on. F  Turn the ring rearwards to switch off  the foglamps, the sidelamps will then  F  To switch on the foglamps, turn the ring C switch off. forwards. F  To switch off the foglamps, turn the ring C rearwards. Model with rear foglamps only When switching off dipped beam ...
  • Page 211 Lighting and visibility Operation of the rear foglamps is  In good or rainy weather, by both day  Switching off the lighting inhibited with the tailgate open. and night, the front foglamps and the  when switching off the ignition rear foglamps are prohibited. In these  Opening the tailgate when these lamps  When the ignition is switched off, all of the  are on causes them and their indicator situations, the power of their beams lamps switch off immediately, except for the  lamp in the instrument panel to go off. may dazzle other drivers. They should  dipped beam headlamps if automatic guide- They do not come back on  only be used in fog or falling snow. me-home lighting is activated. automatically when the tailgate is  In these weather conditions, you should closed: they must be switched on again ...
  • Page 212: Parking Lamps

    Lighting and visibility Parking lamps Guide-me-home lighting Automatic When the automatic illumination of headlamps is activated (lighting control stalk at the  AUTO position), if the ambient light level is  low, the dipped beam headlamps come on automatically when switching off the ignition. Activation or deactivation of the system, as well as the period of operation of the guide-me- home lighting is set in the touch screen tablet. F In the Driving menu, select the "Settings" Side markers for the vehicle by illumination of ...
  • Page 213: Automatic Illumination Of Headlamps

    Lighting and visibility Automatic illumination of headlamps Deactivation F  Turn the ring to another position.  Deactivation of the function is accompanied by the display of a message. Operating fault In the event of a malfunction of the sunshine sensor, the lighting comes  on, this warning lamp is displayed  When a low level of ambient light is detected  in the instrument panel accompanied by an by a sunshine sensor, the number plate lamps, audible signal and/or a message.
  • Page 214: Automatic Headlamps

    Lighting and visibility Automatic headlamp dipping System which automatically changes between  dipped and main beam according to the  ambient light level and the driving conditions,  using a camera located at the top of the  windscreen. This system is a driving aid. The driver remains responsible for the vehicle's lighting, its correct use for the  prevailing conditions of light, visibility  and traffic and observation of driving  and vehicle regulations. The system will be operational as soon as you have exceeded 15 mph (25 km/h). If the speed drops below 9 mph (15 km/h), the system no longer  operates.
  • Page 215 Lighting and visibility Activation Pause F  Put the lighting control stalk ring  If the situation requires a change of headlamp  The system may suffer interference or beam, the driver can take over at any time. in the "AUTO" position. not work correctly: under conditions of poor visibility F  Flashing the headlamps  F In the Driving menu, select "Driving (falling snow, heavy rain or thick  again pauses the  fog, ...), assistance", then "Automatic headlamp function and the system dip".
  • Page 216: Daytime Running Lamps

    Lighting and visibility Front daytime running Door mirror spotlamps Exterior welcome lighting lamps (light-emitting diodes) The remote switching on of the lighting makes  your approach to the vehicle easier in poor light. It is activated when the lighting control  is in the "AUTO" position and the level of light  detected by the sunshine sensor is low. Switching on F  Press the open padlock on the  To make your approach to the vehicle easier,  remote control or one of the front these illuminate: door handles with Keyless Entry - ...
  • Page 217: Direction Indicators

    Lighting and visibility Adjusting the headlamp  Direction indicators beam height Programming The activation, deactivation and choice of welcome lighting duration are done in the touch  screen tablet. In the Driving menu, select the "Settings" tab then "Lighting" and select "Welcome lighting". Use the arrows or the cursor to adjust the  duration of the lighting. To avoid causing a nuisance to other road  users, the headlamps should be adjusted  according to the load in the vehicle. F  Left: lower the lighting stalk passing the  0.  1 or 2 people in the front seats. point of resistance. -. ...
  • Page 218 Lighting and 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. Switching off The system does not operate: This system, if fitted to your vehicle, makes  -  below a certain angle of rotation of the  with cornering lighting use of the beam from a front foglamp to  steering wheel, -  above 25 mph (40 km/h), illuminate the inside of a bend, when the -  when reverse gear is engaged. main or dipped beam headlamps are on and the vehicle speed is below 25 mph (40 km/h) ...
  • Page 219: Directional Lighting

    Lighting and visibility Directional lighting When the dipped or main beam headlamps are Operating fault on, this system allows the light beams to better  If a fault occurs, these warning lamps  follow the road. come on in the instrument panel, Associated with xenon headlamps, this system  accompanied by an audible signal  improves the quality of lighting when cornering. and a message. Contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop. This system is inactive: The directional lighting can be activated or  deactivated in the touch screen tablet. when stationary or at low speeds, - ...
  • Page 220: Wiper Control Stalk

    Lighting and visibility Wiper control stalk Programming Manual controls Windscreen wipers The wipers are controlled directly by the driver. Your vehicle may also include some functions that can be configured: The front wiper system includes a automatic rain sensitive windscreen wipers, safety device which can temporarily -  rear wiping on engaging reverse gear. inhibit operation if it detects obstacles such as ice or snow.
  • Page 221 Lighting and visibility Rear wiper Rear wiper selection ring: Park. Intermittent wipe. Wash-wipe (set duration). Reverse gear If a significant accumulation of snow or  When reverse gear is engaged, the rear wiper  ice is present, deactivate the automatic rear wiper. will come into operation if the windscreen wipers are operating. This function can be deactivated in the Driving menu. Select the "Settings" tab, then "Driving aids" and "Rear wiper in reverse".
  • Page 222: Screenwash

    Lighting and visibility Windscreen wash and headlamp wash Screenwash and washer jets Headlamp wash F  Pull the windscreen wiper stalk towards  Adjusting the jets The headlamps operate when the vehicle is The front washers include an adjustment for the  moving and when the dipped beam headlamps  you. The windscreen wash then the  height of delivery from the jets. are on. However, to reduce the consumption  windscreen wipers operate for a fixed  If you want to modify the factory setting, turn  period. of screenwash fluid, the headlamp wash only the screw on each jet anti-clockwise, towards ...
  • Page 223: Automatic Rain Sensitive Wipers

    Lighting and 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 off Operating fault Briefly push the control stalk  If a fault occurs with the automatic rain downwards again, or place  sensitive wipers, the wipers will operate in intermittent mode.
  • Page 224 Lighting and visibility Special position of the windscreen wipers To maintain the effectiveness of the "flat-blade" type of wiper blades, it is advisable to: handle them with care, -  clean them regularly using soapy  water, -  avoid using them to retain  cardboard on the windscreen, This position permits release of the windscreen - ...
  • Page 225: Panoramic Sunroof

    Lighting and visibility Panoramic sunroof It is fitted with an electrically controlled blind. Opening the roof blind Anti-pinch The blind has an anti-pinch function. F Rotate the control A to slide the roof blind At the end of its travel, when the blind to the desired position (positions 1 to 4). encounters an obstacle on closing, it stops and  moves back slightly.
  • Page 226: Safety

    Safety Hazard warning lamps Emergency or  Horn assistance call Visual warning with all of the direction  F  Press the central part of the steering  indicators flashing to alert other road users to a  wheel. This system allows you to make an emergency  vehicle breakdown, towing or accident. or assistance call to the emergency services or  F Press this button, all of the direction to the dedicated CITROËN service. indicators flash. They can operate with the ignition off. For more information on the use of this function, refer to the "Audio and telematics" section.
  • Page 227: 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) -  anti-lock braking system (ABS) and  and electronic brake force electronic brake force distribution (EBFD), The ASR system (also known as Traction  distribution (EBFD) -  emergency braking assistance (EBA), Control) optimises traction in order to limit -  wheel anti-slip regulation (ASR) or traction  wheel slip by acting on the brakes of the driving  This system improves the stability and manoeuvrability of your vehicle when braking ...
  • Page 228 Safety Anti-lock braking system (ABS) and electronic brake force Intelligent traction control distribution (EBFD) system ("Snow motion") The fixed illumination of this warning  Depending on version, your vehicle has a  When changing wheels (tyres and  system to help driving on snow: intelligent lamp indicates that there is a fault rims), ensure that these are approved with the ABS. traction control. for your vehicle. This system detects situations of difficult The vehicle retains conventional braking. Drive ...
  • Page 229 Safety Anti-slip regulation (ASR) After an impact, have the system checked by a  Reactivation Deactivation CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop. In exceptional conditions (starting a vehicle  The system is reactivated automatically every which is bogged down, stuck in snow, on soft  time the ignition is switched back on or from  Activation ground...), it may be advisable to deactivate  30 mph (50 km/h). Below 30 mph (50 km/h), you can reactivate it  the DSC and ASR, so that the wheels can turn This system is activated automatically each freely and regain grip. manually: time the vehicle is started. F In the Driving menu, select the "Driving It comes into operation in the event of a problem of grip.
  • Page 230: Seat Belts

    Safety Seat belts Front seat belts Front seat belt anchorage height Fastening adjustment F  Pull the strap, then insert the tongue in the  F  To adjust the height of the anchorage point,  buckle. F  Check that the seat belt is fastened  squeeze the control and slide it up or down The front seat belts are fitted with a pretensioning and force limiting system. to the desired notch. correctly by pulling the strap. This system improves safety in the front seats in the event of a front or side impact. ...
  • Page 231 Safety row outer seat belts row seat belts (stowing) The rear seats are each fitted with a seat belt, Guide the belt as it reels in and place the three-point anchorages with inertia reel and  tongue on the magnet at the side anchorage  force limiter (except for the centre rear seat). point.
  • Page 232 Safety row centre seat belt row seat belts The seat belt for the centre rear seat is built into the roof. Fastening Unfastening Fastening F  Pull the strap and insert the tongue A into F  Press the red button in buckle B, then F  Detach the seat belt strap from its retaining  the right hand buckle. buckle A. loop located on the side trim of the boot. F  Insert tongue B into the left hand buckle. F  Pull on the strap and insert the tongue into  F Guide the seat belt as it reels in and place F  Check that each buckle is correctly  the tongue B and then A on the magnet in ...
  • Page 233 Safety Seat belt not fastened and unfastened alerts At speeds above 12 mph (20 km/h), these  Seat belts unfastened alert alerts flash, accompanied by an audible signal  for two minutes. After this period, these alerts  remain on fixed, while the front seat belts are  not fastened. The instrument panel includes a seat belt not- fastened warning lamp A as well as an indicator of the location of the non-fastened belts B. On switching on the ignition, the warning  When the system detects a non-fastened lamp A remains on, as well as the or unfastened seat belt, the warning lamp A...
  • Page 234 Safety Advice The driver must ensure that passengers use  In order to be effective, a seat belt must: Recommendations for children -  be tightened as close to the body as  the seat belts correctly and that they are all Use a suitable child seat if the passenger is  fastened before setting off. possible, less than 12 years old or shorter than one Wherever you are seated in the vehicle, be pulled in front of you with a smooth and a half metres.
  • Page 235: Airbags

    Safety Airbags System designed to contribute towards  improving 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 rear centre  passenger). If a collision occurs, the electronic detectors record and analyse the front and side impacts sustained in the impact detection zones: -  in the case of a serious impact, the airbags  are deployed instantly and contribute towards better protection of the occupants Impact detection zones Deployment of one or more of the of the vehicle (with the exception of the ...
  • Page 236: 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. System which protects the driver and front passenger in the event of a serious front impact  Reactivation in order to limit the risk of injury to the head and  When you remove the rearward facing child  thorax. seat, with the ignition off, turn the switch to The driver's airbag is fitted in the centre of the ...
  • Page 237: 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. Each lateral airbag is fitted in the seat backrest  frame, door side. Deployment A lateral airbag is deployed unilaterally in the  event of a serious side impact applied to all or part of the side impact zone B, perpendicular to the longitudinal centreline of the vehicle on a ...
  • Page 238: Curtain Airbags

    Safety Curtain airbags System contributing towards greater protection  Operating fault for the driver and passengers (with the  If this warning lamp comes on in the  exception of the rear centre passenger) in the  instrument panel, you must contact event of a serious side impact in order to limit a CITROËN dealer or a qualified the risk of injury to the side of the head. workshop to have the system checked. Each curtain airbag is built into the pillars and  the upper passenger compartment area. The airbags may no longer be deployed in the  event of a serious impact. Deployment In the event of a minor impact or bump The curtain airbag is deployed at the same ...
  • Page 239 Safety Advice For the airbags to be fully effective, observe the safety recommendations below: 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 occupants and the airbags (a child, pet,  part of the wheel. airbags. For information on the range of seat  object...), nor fix or attach anything close to  Passengers must not place their feet on the ...
  • Page 240: Child Seats

    Safety General points relating to child seats Although one of CITROËN's 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 rearward facing up to the age of 3, than one and a half metres tall must forward facing over the age of 3.
  • Page 241 Safety Child seat at the front* Passenger seat in the midway longitudinal  Rearward facing Forward facing position, the lowest height position, then the  When a rearward facing child seat is installed  When a forward facing child seat is installed on  height control lever pulled 11 times. on the front passenger seat, adjust the  the front passenger seat, adjust the vehicle  vehicle seat to the midway longitudinal  seat to the midway longitudinal position, the  position, the lowest height position, backrest  lowest height position, backrest straightened.  straightened. Then pull the height control lever  Then pull the height control lever 11 times.  11 times. Leave the passenger's airbag active. The passenger's front airbag must be  deactivated. Otherwise, the child risks being Ensure that the seat belt is properly seriously injured or killed if the airbag is tightened.
  • Page 242: Deactivating The Passenger's Front Airbag

    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. This could cause  contain this warning in all of the languages  the death of the child or serious injury. required. Passenger airbag OFF For information on deactivating the  passenger's front airbag, refer to the  "Airbags" section.
  • Page 243 Safety BG НИКОГА НЕ инсталирайте детско столче на седалка с АКТИВИРАНА предна ВЪЗДУШНА ВЪЗГЛАВНИЦА. Това може да 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. DA Brug ALDRIG  en bagudvendt barnestol på et sæde, der er beskyttet af en AKTIV AIRBAG. BARNET risikerer at blive ALVORLIGT  KVÆSTET eller DRÆBT. DE Montieren Sie auf einem Sitz mit AKTIVIERTEM Front-Airbag NIEMALS einen Kindersitz oder eine Babyschale entgegen der Fahrtrichtung,  das Kind könnte schwere oder sogar tödliche Verletzungen erleiden. EL Μη χρησιμοποιείτε ΠΟΤΕ παιδικό κάθισμα με την πλάτη του προς το εμπρός μέρος του αυτοκινήτου, σε μια θέση που προστατεύεται από  ΜΕΤΩΠΙΚΟ αερόσακο που είναι ΕΝΕΡΓΟΣ. Αυτό μπορεί να έχει σαν συνέπεια το ΘΑΝΑΤΟ ή το ΣΟΒΑΡΟ ΤΡΑΥΜΑΤΙΣΜΟ του ΠΑΙΔΙΟΥ. EN NEVER use a rearward facing child restraint on a seat protected by an ACTIVE AIRBAG in front of it, DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY to the  CHILD can occur. ES NO INSTALAR NUNCA un sistema de retención para niños de espaldas al sentido de la marcha en un asiento protegido mediante un  AIRBAG frontal ACTIVADO, ya que podría causar lesiones GRAVES o incluso la MUERTE del niño. ET Ärge MITTE KUNAGI paigaldage "seljaga sõidusuunas" lapseistet juhi kõrvalistmele, mille ESITURVAPADI on AKTIVEERITUD. Turvapadja  avanemine võib last TÕSISELT või ELUOHTLIKULT vigastada. ÄLÄ KOSKAAN aseta lapsen turvaistuinta selkä ajosuuntaan istuimelle, jonka edessä suojana on käyttöön aktivoitu TURVATYYNY. Sen  laukeaminen voi aiheuttaa LAPSEN KUOLEMAN tai VAKAVAN LOUKKAANTUMISEN. FR NE JAMAIS installer de système de retenue pour enfants faisant face vers l’arrière sur un siège protégé par un COUSSIN GONFLABLE  frontal ACTIVÉ. Cela peut provoquer la MORT de l’ENFANT ou le BLESSER GRAVEMENT. HR NIKADA ne postavljati dječju sjedalicu leđima u smjeru vožnje na sjedalo zaštićeno UKLJUČENIM prednjim ZRAČNIM JASTUKOM. To bi  moglo uzrokovati SMRT ili TEŠKU OZLJEDU djeteta. HU SOHA ne használjon menetiránynak háttal beszerelt gyermekülést AKTIVÁLT (BEKAPCSOLT) FRONTLÉGZSÁKKAL védett ülésen. Ez a  gyermek HALÁLÁT vagy SÚLYOS SÉRÜLÉSÉT okozhatja. NON installare MAI seggiolini per bambini posizionati in senso contrario a quello di marcia su un sedile protetto da un AIRBAG frontale  ATTIVATO. Ciò potrebbe provocare la MORTE o FERITE GRAVI al bambino. NIEKADA neįrenkite vaiko prilaikymo priemonės su atgal atgręžtu vaiku ant sėdynės, kuri saugoma VEIKIANČIOS priekinės ORO  PAGALVĖS. Išsiskleidus oro pagalvei vaikas gali būti MIRTINAI arba SUNKIAI TRAUMUOTAS.
  • Page 244 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. NL 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 LEVENSGEVAARLIJK GEWOND RAKEN. NO Installer ALDRI et barnesete med ryggen mot kjøreretningen i et sete som er beskyttet med en frontal AKTIVERT KOLLISJONSPUTE,  BARNET risikerer å bli DREPT eller HARDT SKADET. PL NIGDY nie instalować fotelika dziecięcego w pozycji "tyłem do kierunku jazdy" na siedzeniu wyposażonym w CZOŁOWĄ PODUSZKĘ  POWIETRZNĄ w stanie AKTYWNYM. Może to doprowadzić do ŚMIERCI DZIECKA lub spowodować u niego POWAŻNE OBRAŻENIA  CIAŁA. PT NUNCA instale um sistema de retenção para crianças de costas para a estrada num banco protegido por um AIRBAG frontal ACTIVADO. Esta instalação poderá provocar FERIMENTOS GRAVES ou a MORTE da CRIANÇA. RO Nu instalati NICIODATA un sistem de retinere pentru copii, dispus cu spatele in directia de mers, pe un loc din vehicul protejat cu AIRBAG  frontal ACTIVAT. Aceasta ar putea provoca MOARTEA COPILULUI sau RANIREA lui GRAVA. RU ВО ВСЕХ СЛУЧАЯХ ЗАПРЕЩАЕТСЯ использовать обращенное назад детское удерживающее устройство на сиденье,  защищенном ФУНКЦИОНИРУЮЩЕЙ ПОДУШКОЙ БЕЗОПАСНОСТИ, установленной перед этим сиденьем.  Это может привести к ГИБЕЛИ РЕБЕНКА или НАНЕСЕНИЮ ЕМУ СЕРЬЕЗНЫХ ТЕЛЕСНЫХ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЙ. SK NIKDY neinštalujte detské zádržné zariadenie orientované smerom dozadu na sedadlo chránené AKTIVOVANÝM čelným AIRBAGOM.  Mohlo by dôjsť k SMRTEĽNÉMU alebo VÁŽNEMU PORANENIU DIEŤAŤA. SL NIKOLI ne nameščajte otroškega sedeža s hrbtom v smeri vožnje, če je VARNOSTNA BLAZINA pred sprednjim sopotnikovim sedežem  AKTIVIRANA. Takšna namestitev lahko povzroči SMRT OTROKA ali HUDE POŠKODBE. SR NIKADA ne koristite dečje sedište koje se okreće unazad na sedištu zaštićenim AKTIVNIM VAZDUŠNIM JASTUKOM ispred njega, jer  mogu nastupiti SMRT ili OZBILJNA POVREDA DETETA. SV Passagerarkrockkudden fram MÅSTE vara avaktiverad om en bakåtvänd bilbarnstol installeras på denna plats. Annars riskerar barnet att  DÖDAS eller SKADAS ALLVARLIGT. TR KESİNLKLE HAVA YASTIĞI AKTİF olan ön koltuğa yüzü arkaya dönük bir çocuk koltuğu yerleştirmeyiniz. Bu ÇOCUĞUN ÖLMESİNE veya  ÇOK AĞIR YARALANMASINA sebep olabilir.
  • Page 245 Safety Child seat at the rear Rearward facing Forward facing Seats in the 3 When a child seat is installed on a 3 passenger seat, move the 2 row seat forwards and straighten the backrest so that  the child seat and the legs of the child do not   row seat. touch the 2 A child seat with a support leg must never be  installed on a 3 row passenger seat.
  • Page 246 Safety Child seats recommended by CITROËN CITROËN offers a range of recommended child seats which are secured using a three point seat belt. Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg Groups 2 and 3: from 15 to 36 kg "RÖMER Baby-Safe Plus" "KLIPPAN Optima" "RÖMER KIDFIX" Installed in the rearward facing position. From 22 kg (approximately 6 years),  Can be fitted to the vehicle's ISOFIX  the booster is used on its own. mountings. The child is restrained by the seat belt.
  • Page 247 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 Seat Groups 0 (b) and 0+ Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Birth to 13 kg From 9 to 18 kg From 15 to 25 kg From 22 to 36 kg Front passenger seat (c) - ...
  • Page 248 Safety (a)   U niversal child seat: child seat which can be  U:   s eat suitable for the installation of a child  installed in all vehicles using the seat belt. seat secured using the seat belt and  (b)   G roup 0: from birth to 10 kg. Infant car seats  universally approved rearward facing and/ or forward facing, with the passenger seat  and "car cots" cannot be installed on the front passenger seat. When installed in the  adjusted to the midway longitudinal position. U(R):   s ame as U, with the passenger's  row, they may prevent use of the other seats. seat adjusted to the low position with  (c)   C onsult the legislation in force in your  11 actions on the height control lever and ...
  • Page 249 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 Seat Groups 0 (b) and 0+ Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Birth to 13 kg From 9 to 18 kg From 15 to 25 kg From 22 to 36 kg Front passenger seat (c) - ...
  • Page 250 Safety (a)   U niversal child seat: child seat which can be  U:   s eat suitable for the installation of a child  installed in all vehicles using the seat belt. seat secured using the seat belt and  (b)   G roup 0: from birth to 10 kg. Infant car seats  universally approved rearward facing and/ or forward facing, with the passenger seat  and "car cots" cannot be installed on the front passenger seat or in the 3  row. When  adjusted to the midway longitudinal position. U(R):   s ame as U, with the passenger's  installed in the 2 row, they may prevent use of the other seats. seat adjusted to the low position  (c)   C onsult the legislation in force in your  with 11 actions on the height control lever ...
  • Page 251: "Isofix" Mountings

    Safety "ISOFIX" mountings Your vehicle has been approved in accordance with the latest ISOFIX regulations. The seats, represented below, are fitted with regulation ISOFIX mountings: To secure the child seat to the TOP TETHER: remove and stow the head restraint before installing the child seat on this seat (refit it  after the child seat has been removed), remove the TOP TETHER cover by pulling  at its cut-out, pass the child seat strap behind the seat backrest, centred between the holes for the ...
  • Page 252 Safety ISOFIX child seats recommended by CITROËN CITROËN offers a range of ISOFIX child seats listed and type approved for your vehicle. Refer also to the child seat manufacturer's fitting instructions for information on installing and removing the seat. "RÖMER Baby-Safe Plus" and Baby P2C Mini and its ISOFIX base "Baby P2C Midi" and its ISOFIX base its ISOFIX base (size categories: C, D, E) (size categories: D, C, A, B, B1) (size category: E) Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg Group 1: from 9 to 18 kg Installed rearward facing using an ISOFIX ...
  • Page 253 Safety Locations for installing 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. Weight of the child / indicative age Less than 10 kg Less than 10 kg (group 0) (group 0) From 9 to 18 kg (group 1) Less than 13 kg Up to approx. ...
  • Page 254 Safety IUF: seat suitable for the installation of an ISOFIX Universal seat, Forward facing  secured using the upper strap to the top  tether on ISOFIX seats. IL-SU: seat suitable for the installation of an Isofix Semi-Universal seat either: -  rearward facing fitted with an upper strap  or a support leg, -  forward facing fitted with a support leg, a sleeper cot fitted with an upper strap or a support leg. For more information on ISOFIX mountings and in particular on securing the upper strap, ...
  • Page 255 Safety Locations for installing 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. Weight of the child / indicative age Less than 10 kg Less than 10 kg (group 0) (group 0) From 9 to 18 kg (group 1) Less than 13 kg Up to approx. ...
  • Page 256 Safety IUF: seat suitable for the installation of an ISOFIX Universal seat, Forward facing  secured using the upper strap to the top  tether on ISOFIX seats. IL-SU: seat suitable for the installation of an Isofix Semi-Universal seat either: -  rearward facing fitted with an upper strap  or a support leg, -  forward facing fitted with a support leg, a sleeper cot fitted with an upper strap or a support leg. For more information on ISOFIX mountings and in particular on securing the upper strap, ...
  • Page 257: Child Seats

    Safety Recommendations Child seats For this, move the front seat forward and if Installing a booster necessary straighten its backrest. cushion For optimum installation of the forward facing  The incorrect installation of a child seat in a child seat, ensure that the back of the child  The chest part of the seat belt must be vehicle compromises the child's protection in  seat is as close as possible to the backrest  positioned on the child's shoulder without ...
  • Page 258: Child Lock

    Safety Child lock This mechanical system prevents opening of a rear door using its interior control. The control is located on the edge of each rear door and locking is independent for each door. Locking F  Using the integral ignition key, turn the control as far as it will go: - to the left on the left-hand rear door, -  to the right on the right-hand rear door. Unlocking F  Using the integral ignition key, turn the control as far as it will go: -  to the right on the left-hand rear door, -  to the left on the right-hand rear door.
  • Page 259: Practical Information

    Practical information Fuel Capacity of the tank: approximately 57 litres (petrol) or 55 litres (Diesel). Low fuel level Refuelling When the low fuel level is reached, this warning lamp comes on in the  instrument panel, accompanied by an audible warning and a message and  the last bar of the fuel gauge comes  on in orange. When it first comes on, about 6 litres of fuel remain in the tank. Until sufficient fuel has been added, this warning lamp appears every time the ignition ...
  • Page 260: 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. The petrol or Diesel engine of your vehicle is  It remains possible to use a fuel can to fitted with a catalytic converter, a device which fill the tank. helps to reduce the level of harmful emissions In order to ensure a good flow of fuel,  in the exhaust gases. do not place the nozzle of the fuel can For petrol engines, you must use unleaded in direct contact with the flap of the fuel.
  • Page 261 Practical information Fuel used for petrol engines Fuel used for Diesel engines The use of B20 or B30 fuel meeting standard  The petrol engines are compatible with  The Diesel engines are compatible with  E10 bio-petrol (containing 10 % ethanol),  EN16709 is possible in your Diesel engines.  biofuels available at the pumps which meet conforming to European standards EN 228 and  current and future European standards: However, this use, even occasional, requires EN 15376. strict application of the special servicing  Diesel fuel that meets standard EN 590 E85 type fuels (containing up to 85 % ethanol) ...
  • Page 262: 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 chains designed to be fitted the type  Advice on installation The snow chains must be fitted only of wheel on your vehicle: to the front wheels. They must never  F  If you have to fit the chains during a  journey, stop the vehicle on a flat surface  be fitted to "space-saver" type spare wheels. on the side of the road. F  Apply the parking brake and position any  Original tyre size Type of chain wheel chocks to prevent movement of your  vehicle. F  Fit the chains following the instructions  205/60 R16 Maximum link size: ...
  • Page 263: Very Cold Climate Screen(S)

    Practical information Very cold climate screen(s)* Removable protective screens which prevent the accumulation of snow at the radiator cooling fan. Depending on version, you will have one or two screens. Fitting 360 Vision system F  Offer up the corresponding very cold  The pre-cut zone must be removed before fitting the screen to the front  climate screen to the upper or lower section of the front bumper. bumper, to allow operation of the F  Press around the edge of each screen to  camera. engage its fixing clips one by one. When the very cold climate screen is fitted, the image provided by the ...
  • Page 264: Towbar With Quickly Detachable Towball

    Practical information Towbar with quickly detachable towball No tools are required to install or remove the towball on this genuine towbar system. Fitting F  Ensure that the towball is fully engaged.  The two pins must be in contact with the cut-outs in the carrier and the trigger B must have returned to the "locked" position. F  Before fitting the towball, check that the  F Below the rear bumper, unclip and remove F Install and clip in place the protective the protective cover on the carrier.
  • Page 265 Practical information Removing If the towball is not locked in place, the  trailer could separate. There is a risk of  an accident. Always lock the towball in the way  described. Observe the legislation in force in the  country in which you are driving. Remove the towball when it is not being  F Unclip and remove the protective cover, by F  Press the trigger B and remove the towball used. turning it to the right. by pulling it towards you. Before setting off, check that the trailer  lighting and signalling works correctly. Maximum authorised nose weight:  70 kg. For more information on your vehicle's  Weights, refer to the corresponding  section. Carrying system (box or bicycle carrier). F Clip the protective cover in place on the You must not exceed the maximum ...
  • Page 266: Towing A Trailer

    Practical information Towing a trailer Driving with a trailer places greater  When not towing a trailer, remove the  demands on the towing vehicle and the  quickly-detachable tow ball before  driver must take particular care. driving. For more information on Driving advice, particularly when towing, refer  to the corresponding section. The lane departure warning system is  deactivated while a trailer is connected. For more information on Weights (and Your vehicle is primarily designed for  the towed loads which apply to your transporting people and luggage, but it may  vehicle) refer to the corresponding  also be used for towing a trailer. section. You must observe the maximum trailer  We recommend the use of genuine  weight, indicated on the registration  CITROËN towbars and their harnesses certificate or in the technical that have been tested and approved specification for your vehicle.
  • Page 267: Energy Economy Mode

    Practical information Energy economy mode Load reduction mode System which manages the use of certain  System which manages the duration of use of certain functions to conserve a sufficient level of  functions according to the level of charge  charge in the battery. remaining in the battery. After the engine has stopped, you can still use functions such as the audio and telematics  When the vehicle is being driven, the load  system, windscreen wipers, dipped beam headlamps, courtesy lamps, etc. for a maximum  combined duration of about forty minutes. reduction function temporarily deactivates certain functions, such as the air conditioning,  Switching to economy Exiting economy mode the heated rear screen... mode The deactivated functions are reactivated These functions are reactivated automatically automatically as soon as conditions permit. next time the vehicle is driven. A message appears in the instrument panel ...
  • Page 268: Accessories

    Practical information Accessories A wide range of accessories and genuine parts is available from the CITROËN dealer network. These accessories and parts are all suitable for your vehicle and benefit from CITROËN's recommendation and warranty. "Comfort" "Styling" "Protection" Gear lever knobs, aluminium foot rest, alloy  Door deflectors, sun blind, insulated module, Mats*, seat covers compatible with lateral coat hanger fixed to head restraint, mobile  airbags, mud flaps, door protective mouldings,  wheels, door sill finishers, interior mirror reading lamp, mirror for caravan, front and rear  shells... bumper protection strips, vehicle cover, boot parking sensors, programmable additional  sill protector, door sill protectors, seat and boot heating, smoker's kit, solar film for rear door ...
  • Page 269 Practical information "Multimedia" Depending on the legislation in force in  Installation of radio Portable satellite navigation system, driving  communication the country, certain safety equipment assistance systems, reversing camera,  may be compulsory: high visibility  transmitters safety vests, warning triangles,  portable video screen, portable video carrier, Before installing any after-market radio   hands-free kit,  ® breathalyzers, spare bulbs, spare fuses, smartphone carrier, Bluetooth communication transmitter, you can two-screen video pack, portable video player,  fire extinguisher, first aid kit, mud flaps ...
  • Page 270: Changing A Wiper Blade

    Practical information Changing a wiper blade Before removing a front After fitting a front wiper wiper blade blade F  Within one minute after switching off  F  Switch on the ignition. the ignition, operate the wiper stalk to  F  Operate the wiper stalk again to park the  wiper blades. position the wiper blades vertically on the windscreen, F  From one minute after switching off the  Replacement of the arms must be done ignition, reposition the arms manually.
  • Page 271: Roof Bars

    Practical information Roof bars For safety reasons and to avoid damaging the  Version with Maximum load, distributed over the roof  roof, it is essential to use transverse roof bars bars, for a loading height not exceeding  longitudinal bars that are approved for your vehicle. 40 cm: 80 kg. This value is subject to change, please  Observe the fitting instructions and the  check the maximum load stated in the  conditions of use given in the information  instructions provided with he roof bars. provided with the roof bars. If the height exceeds 40 cm, adapt the  speed of the vehicle to the profile of the road to avoid damaging the roof bars  Version without longitudinal and the fixings on the vehicle.
  • Page 272 Practical information TOTAL & CITROËN Partners in performance and protecting the environment Innovation in the search for performance For over 40 year, the TOTAL Research and Development departments have developed lubricants for CITROËN, to match the latest technical innovations on CITROËN vehicles, both for competition and for everyday motoring.
  • Page 273: Bonnet

    Practical information Bonnet Opening The location of the interior bonnet release lever prevents opening of the  bonnet when the left hand front door is shut. When the engine is hot, handle the  exterior safety catch and the stay with  care (risk of burns), using the protected  area. When the bonnet is open, take care not  to damage the safety catch. Do not open the bonnet under very windy conditions. F  Open the left hand front door. F  Unclip the stay from its housing and place  it in the support slot to hold the bonnet F Pull the release lever, located at the bottom Before doing anything under the ...
  • Page 274: Petrol Engines

    Practical information Petrol engines 1.  Screenwash and headlamp wash reservoir. 2.  Coolant reservoir. 3.  Brake fluid reservoir. 4.  Battery / Fuses. 5.  Fusebox. 6.  Air filter. 7.  Engine oil dipstick. 8.  Engine oil filler cap. 9.  Remote earth point.
  • Page 275: Diesel Engines

    Practical information Diesel engines 1.  Screenwash and headlamp wash reservoir. 2.  Coolant reservoir. 3.  Brake fluid reservoir. 4.  Battery / Fuses. 5.  Fusebox. 6.  Air filter. 7.  Engine oil dipstick. 8.  Engine oil filler cap. 9.  Priming pump*. 10.  Remote earth point. * According to engine.
  • Page 276: Checking Levels

    Practical information Checking levels Check all of these levels regularly, in line with the manufacturer's service schedule. 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). Engine oil level The check is carried out either when  Checking using the dipstick the ignition is switched on using the  The location of the dipstick is shown in the  oil level indicator in the instrument corresponding underbonnet layout view. panel for vehicles so equipped, or F  Take the dipstick by its coloured grip and  A = MAX using the dipstick. remove it completely. F  Wipe the end of the dipstick using a clean  non-fluffy cloth. To ensure that the reading is correct, ...
  • Page 277: Brake Fluid Level

    Practical information Brake fluid level The brake fluid level should be close  Oil grade After topping-up the oil, the check when  to the "MAX" mark. If it is not, check  switching on the ignition with the oil  Before topping-up the oil or changing the oil,  the brake pad wear. check that the oil is the correct grade for your  level indicator in the instrument panel is not valid during the 30 minutes after  engine and conforms to the manufacturer's  topping up. recommendations. Changing the fluid Refer to the manufacturer's service schedule  for details of the interval for this operation. Topping-up the engine oil level Engine oil change Refer to the manufacturer's service schedule  The location of the oil filler cap is shown in the corresponding underbonnet layout view.
  • Page 278: Coolant Level

    Practical information Coolant level Screenwash/headlamp Used products wash level low The coolant level should be close In the case of vehicles fitted with Avoid prolonged contact of used oil or  to the "MAX" mark but should never  headlamp washers, when the fluid fluids with the skin. exceed it. reservoir low level is reached this warning lamp comes on in the  Most of these fluids are harmful to health or indeed very corrosive.
  • Page 279: Checks

    Practical information Checks Unless otherwise indicated, check these components in accordance with the manufacturer's service schedule 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 filter (Diesel) Refer to the manufacturer's  The battery does not require any The start of saturation of the particle maintenance. filter is indicated by the fixed  service schedule for details of the However, check that the terminals  illumination of this warning lamp ...
  • Page 280: Manual Gearbox

    Practical information Manual gearbox Brake pads Electric parking brake The gearbox does not require any  Brake wear depends on the style  maintenance (no oil change). of driving, particularly in the case  This system does not require any Refer to the manufacturer's service  routine servicing. However, in the  of vehicles used in town, over short schedule for the checking interval for  distances. It may be necessary to have  event of a problem, have the system this component. the condition of the brakes checked,  checked by a CITROËN dealer or a  even between vehicle services.
  • Page 281: Adblue ® Additive And Scr System

    Practical information ® AdBlue additive and SCR system for BlueHDi Diesel engines To assure respect for the environment and The AdBlue ® additive is held in a special  tank is empty,  Once the AdBlue ® tank located under the boot at the rear of  conformity with the new Euro 6 emissions a system required by regulations  standard, without adversely affecting the  the vehicle. It has a capacity of 17 litres: this ...
  • Page 282 Practical information ® Topping-up the AdBlue Filling the AdBlue  tank is an operation  ® Precautions in use included in every routine service on your  is a urea-based solution. This liquid is  AdBlue ® Use only AdBlue ® fluid that meets the vehicle by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified non-flammable, colourless and odourless (kept  ISO 22241 standard. workshop.
  • Page 283 Practical information Recommendations on storage AdBlue ® freezes at about -11°C and deteriorates above 25°C. It is recommended  that bottles be stored in a cool area and protected from direct sunlight. Under these conditions, the fluid can be kept  for at least a year. If the additive has frozen, it can be used once it has completely thawed out. Never store bottles of AdBlue ®...
  • Page 284 Practical information F  Refit the blue cap to the tank and turn it a  Important : when topping-up after ® Important: if your vehicle's AdBlue  of a turn clockwise, to its stop. tank is completely empty - which is  , signalled  running out of AdBlue ® F  Refit the black cap and turn it a quarter of  confirmed by the alert messages and  by the message "Top-up AdBlue:  a turn clockwise without pressing. Ensure  the impossibility of starting the engine,  Starting prevented", you must wait  that the indicator on the cap lines up with you must add at least 3.8 litres of fluid. for approximately 5 minutes before  the indicator on the support. switching on the ignition, without F  Depending on equipment, return the spare  opening the driver's door, unlocking wheel and/or the storage box to the bottom ...
  • Page 285: In The Event Of A Breakdown

    In the event of a breakdown Warning triangle This safety device should be used in addition to Before leaving your vehicle to set up  the hazard warning lamps. and install the triangle, switch on the  Its presence in the vehicle is mandatory. hazard warning lamps and put on your  high visibility vest. Refer to the instructions provided by the supplier on folding and unfolding the  triangle. A location for stowing the warning triangle is  Placing the triangle in the road provided in the tailgate interior trim. F  Place the triangle behind the vehicle, as  required by the legislation in force in your ...
  • Page 286: Temporary Puncture Repair Kit

    In the event of a breakdown Temporary puncture repair kit This kit consists of a compressor and a sealant cartridge. List of tools It allows the temporary repair of a tyre. You are then able to go to the nearest garage. It is designed to repair most punctures which could affect the tyre, located on the tyre tread or  shoulder. Its compressor can be used to check and adjust the pressure of the tyre. Access to the kit All of these tools are specific to your vehicle and can vary according to equipment. Do not  use them for other purposes. 1.  12 V compressor.   Contains a sealant cartridge for the  temporary repair of a tyre and can also be used for adjusting tyre pressures.
  • Page 287 In the event of a breakdown Description of the kit The tyre inflation pressures are given on this  A.  "Sealant" or "Air" position selector. F.  Sealant cartridge. label. G.  White pipe with cap for repair. B. On "I" / off "O" switch. C.  Deflation button. H.  Black pipe for inflation. D.  Pressure gauge (in bars and psi). I.  Speed limit sticker. E.  Compartment housing a cable with an  adaptor for a 12 V socket. The speed limit sticker I must be affixed  The vehicle's electric system allows the  to the vehicle's steering wheel to remind  connection of the compressor for long  you that a wheel is in temporary use. enough to inflate a tyre after a puncture  Do not exceed a speed of 50 mph  repair. (80 km/h) when driving with a tyre ...
  • Page 288: Repair Procedure

    In the event of a breakdown Repair procedure F  Connect the compressor's electric plug to  F Uncoil the white pipe G fully. 1. Sealing F  Unscrew the cap from the white pipe. the vehicle's 12 V socket. F  Switch off the ignition. F  Start the vehicle and leave the engine  F Connect the white pipe to the valve of the F Turn the selector A to the "sealant" tyre to be repaired.
  • Page 289 In the event of a breakdown F  Switch on the compressor by moving  F  Remove the kit and screw the cap back on  the white pipe. the switch B to position "I" until the tyre pressure reaches 2.0 bars.   Take care to avoid staining your vehicle    The sealant is injected into the tyre under  with traces of fluid. Keep the kit to hand. pressure; do not disconnect the pipe from  F  Drive immediately for approximately  the valve during this operation (risk of  three miles (five kilometres), at reduced  splashing). speed (between 15 and 35 mph  (20 and 60 km/h)), to plug the puncture. Tyre under-inflation detection F  Stop to check the repair and the tyre  After repair of the tyre, the warning  pressure using the kit.
  • Page 290 In the event of a breakdown 2. Inflation F  Connect the compressor's electric plug to  F  Adjust the pressure using the compressor  the vehicle's 12 V socket. (to inflate: switch B in position "I";  F Turn the selector A to the "Air" F  Start the vehicle again and leave the  to deflate: switch B in position "O" and position. engine running. press button C), in accordance with the F ...
  • Page 291 In the event of a breakdown Removing the cartridge F  Stow the black pipe. Beware of discharges of fluid. F Detach the angled base from the white pipe. The expiry date of the fluid is indicated  F  Support the compressor vertically. on the cartridge. F  Unscrew the cartridge from the bottom. The sealant cartridge is designed for  single use; even if only partly used, it  must be replaced. After use, do not discard the cartridge  into the environment, take it to an  authorised waste disposal site or a CITROËN dealer. Do not forget to obtain a new sealant  cartridge, available from CITROËN  dealers or from a qualified workshop.
  • Page 292 In the event of a breakdown Checking /adjusting tyre pressures F  Connect the compressor's electrical  You can also use the compressor without Should the pressure of one or more injecting any product, to check and if necessary  connector to the vehicle's 12 V socket. tyres be adjusted, it is necessary to  adjust your tyre pressures. F  Start the vehicle and let the engine run. reinitialise the under-inflation detection F  Adjust the pressure using the compressor  system. (to inflate: switch B in position "I";  For more information on Under- to deflate: switch B in position "O"...
  • Page 293: Spare Wheel

    In the event of a breakdown Spare wheel Procedure for changing a wheel with a punctured tyre 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. Do not use them for other  purposes. 1.  Wheelbrace.   For removing the wheel trim and removing  the wheel bolts. 2.  Chock for immobilising the vehicle (except  versions with manual gearbox). 3.  Jack with integral handle. The tools are installed in the boot under the  ...
  • Page 294 In the event of a breakdown Access to the spare wheel The spare wheel is located in the boot under the floor. Taking out the wheel Putting the spare wheel back in place F  Unscrew the central nut. F  Remove the fixing (nut and screw). F  Return the wheel to its housing. F  Return the box to its position in the middle  F  Unscrew the nut a few turns on the screw. of the wheel. F Lift the spare wheel towards you from the F ...
  • Page 295 In the event of a breakdown Spare wheel Procedure for changing a wheel with a punctured tyre for the spare wheel using the tools provided with the vehicle. 2.  Wheel chock for immobilising the vehicle  Access to the tools* (except versions with manual gearbox). 3.  Jack with integral handle.   For raising the vehicle. 4.  Wheel bolt cover remover.   For removing the wheel bolt covers on alloy  wheels. 5.  Socket for the security bolts (stowed in the  glove box).   For adapting the wheelbrace to the special  security bolts. 6.  Wheelbrace extension.   For lowering/raising the spare wheel  carrier. Some of the tools are accessible from inside 7. ...
  • Page 296 In the event of a breakdown Access to the spare wheel* F  Take out the wheel / tool box assembly  from the rear of the vehicle. F  Straighten the spare wheel for access to  the tools (A). The spare wheel is supported by a carrier Taking out the spare wheel underneath the vehicle. F Fold the concertina board and put the left hand third row seat into position (if your vehicle has them).
  • Page 297 In the event of a breakdown Stowing the tools F  Return the tools to the box and stow the  box in the vehicle's boot. F  Wind in the carrier by turning the  wheelbrace clockwise: once the cable is  fully wound in you should no longer feel  any resistance. F Stow the other tools in the locations provided in the boot. F  Press the tongue, slide the tool box cover  Putting the carrier and spare A punctured wheel from the vehicle to the centre and remove it for access to wheel back in place cannot be fitted under the vehicle. It ...
  • Page 298 In the event of a breakdown F  Straighten the wheel. F  Pass the link piece through the middle of  the wheel (A). F  Insert the centre guide into the middle of  F  Raise the wheel / tool box assembly  the wheel. underneath the vehicle by turning the  F  Place the wheel / tool box assembly under  carrier drive nut anticlockwise using the  the rear of the vehicle. wheelbrace and the extension. F  Tighten fully. When the cable is fully wound  in, rotation of the nut no longer presents  any resistance. F  Check that the wheel is horizontally flat  against the floor. F  Insert the link piece in the aperture in the  tool box (B - C). F Centre and position the spare wheel on the tool box (D).
  • Page 299: Removing A Wheel

    In the event of a breakdown Removing a wheel List of operations Parking the vehicle Immobilise the vehicle where it does not block traffic: the ground must be level,  stable and not slippery. Apply the parking brake unless it has  been programmed to automatic mode,  switch off the ignition and engage first  gear* to block the wheels. Check that the braking warning lamp  and the P warning lamp in the parking  brake control lever come on. F  Place the foot of the jack 3 on the ground  For greater safety, place the chock 2 and check that it is directly below the  against the wheel opposite to the one  front A or rear B jacking point provided on  being changed.
  • Page 300 In the event of a breakdown F  Extend the jack 3 until its head comes into contact with the jacking point A or B used; the  F Remove the bolts and store them in a clean vehicle's contact surface A or B must engage with the central part of the head of the jack place. F  Raise the vehicle until there is sufficient space between the wheel and the ground to admit the  F  Remove the wheel. spare (not punctured) wheel easily.
  • Page 301: Fitting A Wheel

    In the event of a breakdown Fitting a wheel List of operations The jack must only be used to change a  wheel with a damaged tyre. F  Put the wheel in place on the hub. F  Lower the vehicle fully. The jack does not require any  F  Screw in the bolts fully by hand. F  Fold the jack 3 and detach it. maintenance. F  Pre-tighten the security bolt using the  wheelbrace 1 fitted with the security The jack conforms to European  socket 5 (depending on equipment). legislation, such as defined in the  F  Pre-tighten the other bolts using the  Machinery Directive 2006/42/CE. wheelbrace 1 only.
  • Page 302 In the event of a breakdown Fitting the "space-saver" 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 "space-saver" spare wheel. The wheel  is secured by the conical surface of each bolt.
  • Page 303: Changing A Bulb

    In the event of a breakdown Changing a bulb Front lamps Risk of electrocution Xenon bulbs (D5S-25W) must be replaced by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop. For H7 type bulbs with lugs... take care  to observe their correct installation so as to ensure the best lighting  performance. 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 ...
  • Page 304 In the event of a breakdown The headlamps have polycarbonate lenses with a protective coating: F do not clean them using a dry or abrasive cloth, nor with a detergent or solvent product, F  use a sponge and soapy water or a  pH neutral product, F  when using a high pressure washer  on persistent marks, do not keep  the lance directed towards the lamps or their edges for too long, ...
  • Page 305 In the event of a breakdown Dipped beam headlamps Main beam headlamps (halogen model) (halogen model) F Turn the protective plastic cover to F Remove the protective plastic cover by remove it. pulling the tab. F  Disconnect the connector. F  Push the connector. F  Release the clips. F  Remove the bulb and change it. F ...
  • Page 306 In the event of a breakdown Direction indicators Direction indicators (light Front foglamps emitting diodes - LED) F  Unclip the finisher by pulling at the top. Faster flashing of a direction indicator  For the replacement of this type of lamp, F  Remove the two screws to remove the unit. warning lamp (left or right) indicates a  contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified F  Turn the bulb holder a quarter turn. workshop.
  • Page 307: Door Mirror Spotlamps

    In the event of a breakdown Door mirror spotlamps Rear lamps Direction indicators (PY21W amber). 2.  Sidelamps / foglamps (P21/5W). Model with conventional bulb lamps You should contact a CITROËN dealer or a 3.  Sidelamps (5W5). qualified workshop for the replacement of the  4.  Brake lamps (P21/W). light-emitting diode - LED. 5.  Direction indicators (WY16W). 6.  Reversing lamps (W16W). Integrated direction indicator side repeaters You should contact a CITROËN dealer or a...
  • Page 308 In the event of a breakdown Model with LED lamps Lamps on the tailgate Identify the failed bulb. F  Remove the three lamp fixing screws A. F  Open the boot. F  Disconnect the lamp connector. F  Remove the access cover. F Carefully remove the lamp from the outside by pressing the retaining clip B. Model with conventional bulb lamps F Turn the bulb holder a quarter of a turn anti-clockwise and pull the bulb out.
  • Page 309 In the event of a breakdown Rear lamps 1.  Direction indicators (PY21W amber). Model with LED lamps Model with conventional bulb lamps 2.  Sidelamps / foglamps (P21/5W). 3.  Sidelamps (light-emitting diodes - LEDs). 3.  Sidelamps (W5W). 4.  Brake lamps (light-emitting diodes - LEDs). 4.  Brake lamps / sidelamps (P21W). 5.  Direction indicators (PY21W). 5.  Direction indicators (WY16W). 6.  Reversing lamps (light-emitting diodes -  6.  Reversing lamps (W16W). LEDs). Light-emitting diodes - LEDs For replacement, contact a CITROËN dealer or qualified workshop.
  • Page 310 In the event of a breakdown Lamps on the tailgate Model with LED lamps Identify the failed bulb. F  Remove the three lamp fixing screws A. F  Open the boot. F  Disconnect the lamp connector. F  Remove the access cover. F  Carefully remove the lamp from its housing. F Turn the bulb holder a quarter of a turn anti-clockwise and pull the bulb out. F  Change the bulb. For reassembly, carry out these operations in reverse order.
  • Page 311 In the event of a breakdown Direction indicator, sidelamp and Third brake lamp (light emitting Number plate lamps (W5W) foglamp diodes-LED) Access is by passing a hand under the bumper. F Insert a thin screwdriver into one of the cut- For the replacement of this type of lamp, outs in the lens.
  • Page 312: Changing A Fuse

    In the event of a breakdown 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 be switched off, F the vehicle must be immobilised with the ignition off, Good Failed...
  • Page 313 In the event of a breakdown 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  accessories not supplied and not recommended by CITROËN and not installed in accordance with its instructions, in particular when the combined consumption of all of the...
  • Page 314: Dashboard Fuses

    In the event of a breakdown Dashboard fuses The two fuseboxes are located in the lower dashboard (left-hand side). Fuse tables Fusebox 1 Fuse N° Rating Functions Heated rear screen. 40 A Electric door mirrors. 20 A 30 A Panoramic sunroof blind Access to the fuses 12 V socket, rear multimedia. 20 A F  Refer to "Access to the tools". 230 V socket. 20 A Heated seats.
  • Page 315 In the event of a breakdown Fusebox 2 Fuse N° Rating Functions Boot 12 V socket, rear multimedia. 10 A Rear wiper. 20 A Locks. 30 A Instrument panel. Automatic gearbox gear selector. START/STOP button. Rain and sunshine sensor, windscreen camera. Parking sensors, panoramic visual aid. Automatic gearbox. Audio and telematic systems. 20 A 12 V sockets. 15 A Headlamp beam height adjustment, heated rear screen, radar. Interior lighting: glove box, central storage, reading lamps,  courtesy lamps.
  • Page 316: Engine Compartment Fuses

    In the event of a breakdown Engine compartment fuses The fusebox is placed in the engine  Fuse table compartment near the battery. Fuse N° Rating Functions Headlamp wash. 20 A Right hand main beam. 10 A Left hand main beam. 10 A Wipers. 40 A Access to the fuses F  Unclip the cover, by pushing the two red  latches towards the rear of the vehicle. F  Change the fuse. F When you have finished, close the cover carefully to ensure correct sealing of the ...
  • Page 317: 12 V Battery

    In the event of a breakdown 12 V battery Procedure for starting the engine using another battery or charging a discharged battery. General points Access to the battery Lead-acid starter batteries Protect your eyes and face before Batteries contain harmful substances handling the battery. such as sulphuric acid and lead. All operations on the battery must be They must be disposed of in accordance with regulations and must ...
  • Page 318 In the event of a breakdown Starting using another battery When your vehicle's battery is discharged, the  F  Start the engine of the vehicle with the  engine can be started using a slave battery  good battery and leave it running for a few  (external or on another vehicle) and jump lead  minutes. cables or a battery booster. F  Operate the starter on the broken down  vehicle and let the engine run.   If the engine does not start straight away,  Never try to start the engine by  switch off the ignition and wait a few  connecting a battery charger. moments before trying again. Never use a 24 V or higher battery  booster. F  Wait until the engine returns to idle then  First check that the slave battery has a  disconnect the jump lead cables in the  nominal voltage&