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Peugeot 4008

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    Handbook Peugeot 4008...

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    On-line handbook Select one of the following means of access to view your handbook If the "MyPeugeOt" function is not available on the PeugeOt on-line... public website for your country, you can find your handbook at the following address: http://public.servicebox.peugeot.com/ddb/ Find your handbook on the PeugeOt website, under "MyPeugeOt".

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    Welcome this handbook covers all of the variations in equipment available Thank you for choosing a 4008, a symbol of confidence, passion and inspiration across the whole 4008 range. Your vehicle will be fitted with only some of the equipment...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Access Overview Driving Remote control key Driving recommendations "Keyless entry and Starting" system Starting - switching off the engine with the key 98 Doors Starting - switching off the engine with the Keyless entry and Starting system Boot Parking brake Alarm Manual gearbox electric windows...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety In the event of a breakdown Audio equipment and telematics temporary puncture repair kit Bluetooth ® telephone with voice general safety recommendations recognition Changing a wheel Direction indicators AuDIO-teLeMAtIC tOuCH SCReeN Changing a bulb Hazard warning lamps system Changing a fuse Horn AuDIO-CD tOuCH SCReeN system...

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    Overview exterior Remote control key / electronic key 52-61 opening / closing anti-theft protection battery Wiper controls 134-137 Changing a wiper blade Boot Panoramic sunroof opening / closing Roof bars emergency release temporary puncture repair kit 189-192 Door mirrors 76-77 Changing a wheel 193-198 tools...

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    Overview Interior Front seats 71-73 Seat belts 147-150 glove box Deactivating the passenger's airbag 152, 158 Boot fittings 95-96 rear parcel shelf stowing rings storage Front fittings 89-93 AuX socket / uSB port cigarette lighter / 12 V socket portable ashtray front armrest sun visor Rear seats...

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    Overview Instruments and controls Rear view mirror Courtesy lamps 138-139 Audio-CD system screen Panoramic sunroof Setting the time 44-45 Audio-CD system touch screen Setting the time 46-47 Instrument panel Audio-telematic system touch Warning lamps 13-18 screen Indicators 33-35 Setting the time 49-50 Audio-CD system 313-336...

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    Overview Instruments and controls (continued) Steering mounted controls for Audio-CD, Cruise control 120-122 touch screen Audio-CD, touch screen Audio-telematic systems 316, 291, 249 Wiper controls 134-137 Lighting controls 127-131 Headlamp beam adjustment Stop & Start (Auto Stop & go) function 111-113 StARt/StOP button 99-101...

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    Overview Instruments and controls (continued) Central switch panel Side switch panel A. Passenger's airbag deactivation warning lamp B. Hazard warning lamps C. Front passenger's seat belt not fastened A. Manual headlamp adjustment or unfastened warning lamp B. Deactivation of the ASC/tCL system 145 C.

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    Overview Maintenance - technical data Petrol engines Petrol weights 220-225 Diesel engines Diesel weights 227-230 Dimensions Off-road Checking components 186-188 performance battery electrolyte Identification markings Running out of fuel, Diesel air filter oil filter particle filter (Diesel) brake pads / discs Checking levels 183-185 brake fluid...

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    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, ventilate it During acceleration, change up early.

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    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, on the driver's side.

  • Page 14: Instrument Panel

    Instruments Instrument panel Screen type 1 Panel grouping together the dials and warning/ 3. Instrument panel display screen: indicator lamps. these inform the driver of the - Display of warnings and statuses. activation/deactivation of a system or of the - total and trip distance recorders. occurrence of a fault.

  • Page 15: Warning And Indicator Lamps

    Instruments Warning and indicator lamps When the ignition is switched on Associated warnings Visual indicators which inform the driver of the occurrence of a malfunction (warning lamp) Certain warning lamps come on for a few the illumination, fixed or flashing, of certain or of the operation of a system (operation or seconds when the ignition is switched on.

  • Page 16: Warning Lamps

    If it does not go off, contact a PeugeOt dealer or qualified workshop without delay. Battery charge* fixed. the battery charging circuit has a the warning lamp should go off when the engine is started.

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    Airbags and temporarily. When you switch on the ignition, this If it does not go off, contact a PeugeOt dealer or pretensioners warning lamp comes on for a few a qualified workshop. seconds, then goes off.

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    Change the bulb or contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. Right-hand flashing with audible the lighting stalk has been pushed If this indicator lamp flashes abnormally quickly, this direction warning.

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    Adapt your driving and moderate your speed. (ASC/TCL) fixed. Fault in the ASC/tCL systems. Have it checked by a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. Stop & Start fixed. When the vehicle stops (red lights, the warning lamp goes off and the engine restarts (Auto Stop &...

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    (AS&g) system, located at the bottom (AS&g) system. system of the dashboard (driver's side) has been pressed. the Stop & Start (AS&g) system is deactivated. flashing. Fault with the Stop & Start system. Have it checked by a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop.

  • Page 21: Instrument Panel Screen

    Instruments Instrument panel screen Ignition off. Ignition on Ignition on (with a manual gearbox). (with a CVT gearbox). each time the engine is started: warning lamps and/or messages come on, applying a checking self test. they go off after a few seconds. Warnings and alerts When an alert occurs, the displayed information then disappears.

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    Check that you have the correct If the message persists, contact a your person is not recognised. electronic key. PeugeOt dealer. the electronic key is still in the ensure that you have the electronic vehicle and you have tried to lock key on your person before locking the doors or boot from the outside.

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    Screen 1 Screen 2 Cause Solution - Action Observations Fault with the "Keyless entry and Contact a PeugeOt dealer. Starting" system. Fault with the electronic anti-theft Switch off the ignition, then start If the problem persists, contact a system. the engine.

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    Solution - Action Observations the steering column has not locked Lock the steering column by turning after opening the driver's door. the steering wheel slightly before leaving the vehicle. Fault with the electrical system. Contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop.

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    Stop the vehicle, wait few moments If the message remains after steering. then start the engine again. restarting, contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. the battery for the "Keyless entry Replace the battery. For more information on the and Starting"...

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    Have the system checked by a to do so. PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. Fault with the anti-lock braking Contact a PeugeOt dealer or a the vehicle retains conventional system (ABS). qualified workshop. braking without assistance but you are advised to stop.

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    Fault with the electronic anti-theft Switch off the ignition then start the If the problem persists, contact a system. engine again. PeugeOt dealer. the driver's door is open and the Switch off the ignition before leaving ignition is still on. the vehicle.

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    Solution - Action Observations Fault in the steering column. You must stop as soon as it is safe Contact a PeugeOt dealer or a to do so. qualified workshop. Fault with the electrical system. Stop the vehicle and contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop.

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    Stop the vehicle and contact is a fault with the engine lubrication a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified system. workshop. Battery charge fault. Stop the vehicle and contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop.

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    Stop the vehicle and contact the vehicle changes automatically drive transmission system is too a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified to two wheel drive (2WD). high. workshop. the fuel level is low.

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    If the level is above the maximum mark, do not restart the engine and contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. Presence of water in the Diesel fuel Risk of damage to the injection Contact a PeugeOt dealer or filter.

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    Instruments Information messages (ignition at "ON") Screen 1 Screen 2 System Observations 2WD two wheel drive Flashes for a few moments when the "2WD" (2 wheel drive) mode is selected using system the transmission mode selector, for 4 wheel drive versions. 4WD four wheel drive Flashes for a few moments when the "4WD"...

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    Cause Observations Solution - Action Service indicator Informs the driver that the this is displayed for a Contact a PeugeOt dealer next service is overdue. few seconds when the or a qualified workshop. ignition is switched on. Rest reminder Informs the driver that they...

  • Page 34: Trip Computer

    Instruments trip computer Information display Distance recorder Trip distance recorder (Trip A or B) System for measuring the total distance each of these trip recorders travelled by the vehicle during its life. indicates the distance travelled since the last reset. Press the INFO button to the total distance is display the desired trip.

  • Page 35: Service Indicator

    Example: the screen indicates that the service use made of the vehicle. is overdue. this service must be carried out by a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. Example: the screen indicates that 7300 miles (kilometres) remain before the next service is due.

  • Page 36: Resetting The Service Indicator

    Instruments Resetting the service indicator to zero Your PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop After a certain distance and a certain carries out this operation after each service. time, the display of "---" is reset If you have carried out your vehicle's service...

  • Page 37: Coolant Temperature

    When the pressure has dropped, remove the cap and top up the level, if necessary. Contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop.

  • Page 38: Average Fuel Consumption, Current Fuel Consumption

    PeugeOt dealer or When the ignition is switched on, the zero a qualified workshop. reset switches automatically from manual mode to automatic mode.

  • Page 39: Adjusting Vehicle Settings

    Instruments Adjusting vehicle settings Operation With the ignition on, press the INFO button to change the settings, you must on the dashboard, to the right of the instrument stop the vehicle and have the ignition panel, several times until the "SettINgS F Press and hold the INFO button for a few switched on.

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    Instruments Choice of the reset mode for average fuel consumption and average speed MENU 2/3: MENU 3/3: activation / deactivation of the INFO REINITIALISE (reinitialise the under- button sound, inflation alert threshold), You can choose between two average fuel ALERT (changing of the "ReSt choice of set of tyres, consumption and average speed reset modes: ReMINDeR"...

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    Instruments Choice of the fuel consumption Choice of the temperature display unit unit the distance, speed and quantity of fuel units In the menu screen: F press the INFO button to select the will also be changed in accordance with your choice of fuel consumption unit.

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    Instruments Choice of the display LANGUAGE F press the INFO button to scroll the In the menu screen: F press the INFO button to select "LANGUAGE": languages (Japonais, english, Deutsch, Français, espanol, Italiano, Russe "---" and RetuRN) in succession, F press and hold the INFO button for a few seconds to confirm your selection.

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    Instruments Activation / deactivation of the Changing the display interval of "INFO" button sound the "REST REMINDER" message You can activate or deactivate the sound the "ReSt ReMINDeR" function allows you to programme an alert message reminding you to associated with the INFO button. take a break.

  • Page 44: Direction Indicators

    Instruments Reinitialising the under-inflation detection system (REINITIALISE) Selection of the sound for the Activation / deactivation of the You must reinitialise the under-inflation direction indicators current fuel consumption* detection system after adjusting one or more tyre pressures or replacing one or more You can select the sound for the direction You can activate or deactivate the display of wheels.

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    Instruments Choice of the set of tyres fitted Restoring factory settings (RESET) If you have previously registered a second set of tyres with sensors, you must select the set in You can restore the factory settings for all use in the display screen after every change. functions (except the under-inflation alert threshold and the choice of a set of tyres).

  • Page 46: Audio-cd System Screen

    Instruments Audio-CD system screen Setting the time Automatic mode this mode permits automatic setting of the local time using the signal from RDS stations. the symbol "CT" appears in the screen. Manual mode this mode permits manual setting of the time using the audio system buttons.

  • Page 47: Manual Adjustment

    Instruments Manual adjustment to select the mode: F Press the "PWR/VOL" button to switch on F Press the PWR/VOL button to switch on the audio system. the audio system. F Press the MENU button. F Press the MENU button. F Press the SEL knob to scroll through the F Press the SEL knob to scroll through the menus and select "RDS setting - CT ON - menus and select "Time Setting Adjust".

  • Page 48: Audio-cd System Touch Screen

    Instruments Audio-CD system touch screen General operation Associated with the touch screen Audio-CD Setting the time system, this screen can display: use the buttons arranged on the screen to the time, operate the system. information related to the audio system. For more information on the Audio equipment and telematics, refer to the corresponding section.

  • Page 49: Permanent Display

    Instruments Display format Permanent display F Press "Time Adjustment". F use the virtual arrows in the screen to You can change the display format for the date Once the data and time are set, you can adjust the date and time. and time: choose to have them always displayed in the F Press "Set"...

  • Page 50: Audio-telematic System Touch Screen

    Instruments Audio-telematic system touch screen Associated with the touch screen Audio- telematic system, this screen can display: the time, information related to the audio and navigation systems. For more information on the Audio equipment and telematics, refer to the corresponding section.

  • Page 51: Setting The Time

    Instruments Setting the time For safety reasons, the driver should only carry out operations that require close attention with the vehicle stationary. In addition, some functions are not accessible when driving. Do not use pointed objects on the touch "Settings" menu screen.

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    Instruments Setting the display format Once this menu has been selected, you can access the following functions: From the "Time" menu: F press the "Format Change" button. F adjust the display settings. F press the "Back" button to confirm. F On the touch screen, press the "System" button.

  • Page 53: Lighting Dimmer

    Instruments Lighting dimmer System for manual adjustment of the there is an audible signal and the brightness of the instruments and controls in intensity of the lighting increases each relation to the exterior brightness. time the button is pressed. When the lighting reaches the maximum setting, press again to change to the minimum setting.

  • Page 54: Remote Control Key

    Access Remote control key System which permits central unlocking or locking of the vehicle using the door lock or remotely. It is also used for the guide-me-home lighting and starting the engine, as well as providing protection against theft. Unlocking the vehicle Complete unlocking using the remote control F Press the open padlock to unlock...

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    Access Selective unlocking using the remote control F Press the open padlock once to unlocking is confirmed by illumination unlock the driver's door only. of the interior lighting for about 15 seconds and the direction indicators, which flash twice. According to version, the door mirrors F Press the open padlock again to unlock the unfold at the same time as the first other doors and the boot.

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    Access Locking the vehicle Normal locking using the remote Locking is confirmed by the direction control indicators which flash once. F Press the closed padlock to lock According to version, the door mirrors fold at the same time. the vehicle completely. If one of the doors or the boot is still open, the central locking does not take place.

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    Access Deadlocking using the remote control F Press the closed padlock to lock the vehicle completely. F Press the closed padlock again within five seconds to deadlock the vehicle. Deadlocking is confirmed by the Folding the key direction indicators, which flash three times.

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    Access "Keyless entry and Starting" system Unlocking the vehicle For security, the detection zones in which the electronic key is operational have a radius of about 70 cm around each opening button. Selective unlocking F With the electronic key on your person, press button B once to unlock only the driver's door, then pull on the door handle to open.

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    Access Locking the vehicle the operating mode must be "OFF". With Stop & Start, if the engine is in Stop mode, the vehicle cannot be locked. Always ensure that you have the electronic key on your person before locking the vehicle: in some circumstances, it is possible to lock Deadlocking the vehicle without the presence of the...

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    Access Switching on the lighting remotely Deadlocking renders the exterior and interior door controls inoperative. It also deactivates the manual central control button. therefore, never leave anyone inside the vehicle when it is deadlocked. this only operates with the ignition off and Remote operation of the lighting will be the lighting control in the "OFF"...

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    Access emergency procedure with the Keyless entry and Starting system Emergency unlocking/locking using the integral key the integral key is used to lock and unlock the Unlocking Locking vehicle when the electronic key cannot operate: F turn the key towards the front in the F turn the key towards the rear in the driver's cell battery flat, vehicle battery discharged driver's door lock to unlock it.

  • Page 62: Changing The Batteries

    Access Changing the batteries Observe the polarity when fitting the cell battery, as it could explode. With the Keyless entry and Starting system, a Always replace the cell battery with one message appears in the instrument panel when that is identical or of equivalent type. replacement of the battery is needed.

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    Don't forget to turn the steering to engage the steering lock. When purchasing a second-hand vehicle Have all of the keys in your possession paired by a PeugeOt dealer, to ensure that only your keys allow your vehicle to be unlocked and started.

  • Page 64: From Outside, From Inside

    Access Doors Opening Closing If a door is not closed correctly, this symbol comes on in the instrument panel screen until the door concerned is closed. From outside From inside F After unlocking the vehicle using the F Pull the front or rear door lever to open remote control or the key, pull the door the door.

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    Access Boot Opening Closing Emergency release this enables the boot to be unlocked in the event of a central locking fault. F After unlocking the vehicle, press the F Pull the handle B downwards to guide the handle A and raise the tailgate. tailgate.

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    Access Locking / unlocking from inside Individual controls Central locking control System which provides full manual locking or unlocking of the doors and boot from the inside. Locking the front and rear doors It is possible to lock the vehicle with a F Pivot the interior control B towards the passenger door open, using using the front.

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    A goes off. control or one of the door or boot buttons For all work on the alarm system, if your vehicle has the "Keyless entry and contact a PeugeOt dealer or a Starting" system. qualified workshop. * Depending on equipment.

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    Access Locking the vehicle with perimeter monitoring only Deactivate the interior volumetric and tilt Deactivation of the interior volumetric and tilt monitoring monitoring to avoid unwanted triggering of the alarm in certain cases, such as: F Switch off the ignition and remove the Raise and hold the wiper control stalk in the an animal left in the vehicle, "MIST"...

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    Access Complete deactivation of Triggering of the alarm the alarm this is indicated by sounding of the siren You can completely deactivate the alarm and flashing of the direction indicators for system. to do this, proceed as follows: thirty seconds. A message then appears in the instrument F Switch off the ignition (OFF mode if F the state of the system is then signalled to...

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    Access electric windows Front and rear passengers' System which opens or closes a window the electric window switches remain electric windows manually or automatically. It is fitted with operational for approximately a system which provides protection if an 30 seconds after the ignition is F With the ignition on, press or pull the obstacle is detected on one-touch models and switched off.

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    Access Deactivating the passenger Reinitialising the electric windows and rear electric window switches Should there be no automatic Always remove the key from the ignition movement of a window when rising or when leaving the vehicle, even for a after the safety anti-pinch has been short time.

  • Page 72: Panoramic Sunroof

    Access Panoramic sunroof It has a motorised blind. Motorised blind Stopping temporarily F to stop the opening or closing of the blind, press part 3 of the control or reverse the movement of the control. Safety anti-pinch With the ignition on, there are two ways of Remember to always switch off the opening or closing the blind: At the end of its travel, if the blind encounters...

  • Page 73: Front Seats

    Ease of use and comfort Front seats Seat consisting of a seat cushion, a seat back 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 height...

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    Ease of use and comfort Front seats Electric adjustments Forwards-backwards Driver's seat cushion height Seat backrest angle and angle F Push the control forwards or rearwards to F tilt the control forwards or rearwards to F Pull or push the front part of the control slide the seat.

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    Ease of use and comfort Additional adjustments Removing a head restraint Heated seats adjustment F to remove a 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 back and press the lug A at the same time.

  • Page 76: Rear Seats

    Ease of use and comfort Rear seats Bench seat with fixed one-piece cushion and split backrest (left-hand 2/3, right-hand 1/3) which can be folded individually to adapt the load space in the boot. Folding the backrest Repositioning the seat backrest F Straighten the seat backrest 2 and secure it.

  • Page 77: Rear Head Restraints, Rear Armrest

    Ease of use and comfort Rear head restraints Ski flap Rear armrest F Lower the rear armrest for a more these have one position for use (up) and a Device for storing and transporting long stowed position (down). comfortable position. objects.

  • Page 78: Door Mirrors

    Ease of use and comfort Mirrors Door mirrors Demisting - Defrosting If your vehicle is fitted with heated mirrors, the demisting-defrosting operates with the engine running, by switching on the heated rear screen. For more information on Demisting- defrosting the rear screen, refer to the corresponding section.

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    Ease of use and comfort Electric folding / If you have folded the mirrors using the unfolding control C, you must use this control to From inside: unfold them, otherwise the mirrors will From the outside: not be lock in place correctly. F by locking or unlocking the vehicle, with the ignition switch in the "ON"...

  • Page 80: Steering Wheel Adjustment, Rear View Mirror

    Ease of use and comfort Steering wheel adjustment Rear view mirror equipped with an anti-dazzle system, which darkens the mirror glass and reduces the nuisance to the driver caused by the sun, headlamps from other vehicles... Manual model Automatic "electrochrome" model F When stationary, lower the control lever to release the steering wheel adjustment...

  • Page 81: Air Intake, Control Panel, Air Distribution

    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...

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    F If the system does not produce cold air, switch it off and contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. the condensation created by the air...

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    Ease of use and comfort Manual heating / air conditioning the system operates with the engine running. 3. Air distribution setting F Place the dial in the desired position, to direct air towards: the centre and side vents, the centre, side and footwell vents, 1.

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    Ease of use and comfort 5. Air conditioning On / Off 4. Exterior air intake / Recirculation of interior air F Press button 4 to select the air the air conditioning is designed to operate If your vehicle is not fitted with air effectively in all seasons, with the windows closed.

  • Page 85: Automatic Air Conditioning, Automatic Operation

    Ease of use and comfort Automatic air conditioning In automatic mode: F when the temperature is set to maximum (Rapid heating), the intake of exterior air is activated and the air conditioning stops. F when the temperature is set to minimum (Rapid cooling), air recirculation is activated and the air conditioning operates.

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    Ease of use and comfort Manual settings 1. Temperature setting 3. Air distribution setting It is possible to set one or more functions manually while leaving the other functions in F turn the temperature control F Place the dial in the position automatic mode.

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    Ease of use and comfort 4. Intake of exterior air / Recirculation of interior air this function insulates the passenger Personalisation of the Automatic control active Exterior air intake / Interior air compartment from exterior odours and smoke. If the air distribution adjustment dial and the air recirculation function F Press button 4 to select the air flow adjustment dial are placed in the "AutO"...

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    Ease of use and comfort 5. Air conditioning On / Off F Press button 5 to activate the air Personalisation of the Air Automatic control active Conditioning On / Off function conditioning. If the air distribution adjustment dial and the this function is controlled automatically.

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    Ease of use and comfort Front demist - defrost Rapid demisting Press button A, to select "exterior air intake". the lamp in the button is off. Place the distribution control on the "windscreen and side window" 2. Place the air distribution dial in the "windscreen, side windows and position.

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    Ease of use and comfort Rear screen demist - defrost the control button is located on the air conditioning system control panel. Switching on Switching off the rear screen demisting/defrosting can only the demisting/defrosting switches off operate when the engine is running. automatically to prevent an excessive consumption of current.

  • Page 91

    Ease of use and comfort Front fittings Sun visor. 2. glove box. 3. Portable ashtray. 4. Cigarette lighter 12 V socket (120 W max). 5. Armrest with storage compartments. 6. Cup holder. Bottle holder.

  • Page 92: Sun Visor, Glove Box

    Ease of use and comfort Sun visor glove box When removing the mat on the driver's side, the sun visors fold forwards, and to the side It has dedicated locations for storing a water move back the seat as far as possible and when they are unhooked.

  • Page 93: Portable Ashtray

    Ease of use and comfort Portable ashtray Cigarette lighter / 12 V accessory socket F Pull the cover to open the ashtray. F to empty it, remove the ashtray by pulling it upwards. F to use the cigarette lighter, press it in and wait a few seconds until it pops out automatically.

  • Page 94

    Ease of use and comfort Front armrest 12 V socket (120 W max) Upper storage compartment Lower storage compartment this operates when the ignition switch is in the "LOCK", "ACC" or "ON" position. Pull the right-hand lever to open the storage Pull the left-hand lever to open the lid.

  • Page 95: Usb Port

    Ease of use and comfort Auxiliary sockets uSB port (RCA) they are used to connect a portable device It permits the connection of a portable device, Connected to the uSB port, the (MP3 player, etc.). such as a digital audio player of the iPod ®...

  • Page 96: Grab Handle, Seat Pockets

    Ease of use and comfort Rear fittings Grab handle Seat pockets Coat hook Pull the handle downwards to lower it. the rear left grab handle is fitted with a coat hook.

  • Page 97: Boot Fittings

    Ease of use and comfort Boot fittings Rear parcel shelf (see details on a following page) 2. Stowing rings 3. Retaining strap 4. Side storage...

  • Page 98: Rear Parcel Shelf

    Ease of use and comfort Rear parcel shelf Stowing rings to remove the shelf: there are four stowing rings in the boot for F unhook the two cords, securing luggage: F raise the shelf slightly, then remove it. two rings are located on the boot floor, two rings are located on the rear side pillars.

  • Page 99: Driving Recommendations

    N or P, depending on the type If in doubt on the state of your vehicle, contact of gearbox. a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. Never drive in a depth of water which could cover the axles, the wheel shafts...

  • Page 100: Starting - Switching Off The Engine With The Key

    Driving Starting - switching off the engine with the key Ignition switch Starting using the key Switching off F Insert the key in the ignition switch. F Immobilise the vehicle. F turn the key to position 2 (ACC) and unlock F Put the gear lever into neutral (vehicles fitted the steering column, by turning the wheel with a manual gearbox), or into position P...

  • Page 101: Starting - Switching Off The Engine With The Keyless Entry And Starting System

    For vehicles fitted with a manual gearbox, put If the warning lamp flashes orange, the gear lever in neutral. contact a PeugeOt dealer or a For vehicles fitted with a CVt gearbox, put the qualified workshop as soon as possible.

  • Page 102

    Driving Switching off using the electronic key F Immobilise the vehicle. each attempt at starting takes around the presence of the electronic key F Place the gear lever in neutral for vehicles 15 seconds. If the engine does not start, press in the vehicle is essential only for the "START/STOP"...

  • Page 103

    Driving Back-up starting with the Emergency stop with the electronic key electronic key F Press the brake pedal on vehicles fitted In the event of an emergency only, the with a CVt gearbox or depress the clutch engine can be stopped without any conditions. pedal fully on vehicles with a manual to do this, press and hold the "START/STOP"...

  • Page 104: Parking Brake

    In this case, your vehicle does not start; contact F Pull the parking brake lever fully up to a PeugeOt dealer if required. immobilise your vehicle. When the vehicle is being driven, if the parking brake is still on or has not been fully released, a message appears in the screen.

  • Page 105: Manual Gearbox

    Driving 5-speed manual 6-speed manual gearbox gearbox Engaging reverse gear Engaging 5 Engaging reverse gear gear F Raise the ring under the knob and move the gear lever to the left then forwards. Only engage reverse gear when the vehicle is stationary with the engine at idle.

  • Page 106: Gear Efficiency Indicator

    Driving Gear efficiency indicator* System which reduces fuel consumption by advising the driver to change gear on vehicles fitted with a manual gearbox. Operation the system intervenes only when driving A symbol appears in the instrument panel In the case of driving which makes economically.

  • Page 107: Cvt Gearbox

    Driving CVt gearbox the six-speed automatic gearbox offers a choice between the comfort of automatic regulation or the pleasure of manual gear changing. this gearbox has two driving modes: an automated mode for automatic control of the gears by the gearbox and therefore without any action on the part of the driver, a manual mode for sequential changing of the gears by the driver using the steering...

  • Page 108: Moving Off

    Driving Gear lever positions Functions of the steering Moving off mounted control paddles +: gear changing in manual mode. P: park. Press behind the "+/OFF" steering mounted Immobilisation of the vehicle, parking brake applied or not. control paddle to change up. R: reverse gear.

  • Page 109: Manual Mode

    Driving Stopping - Starting on a slope Manual mode Automated mode It is essential to use the parking brake to hold the vehicle on a slope and not the accelerator pedal. When starting on a slope, accelerate gradually while releasing the parking brake. F Select position +/-.

  • Page 110

    +/- and then return it to position D, If the message disappears for a long period, stop the vehicle. you can set off again. If the message remains displayed or appears frequently, contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop without delay.

  • Page 111

    F Switch off the engine if necessary. F Remove the cap A, using a flat screwdriver covered with a cloth. You must contact a PEUGEOT dealer F Press the brake pedal firmly. or a qualified workshop to have the F Put the ignition switch into position ACC system checked.

  • Page 112: Hill Start Assist

    If a fault occurs with the system, this warning lamp comes on, accompanied by a message in the instrument panel screen. Contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop to have the system checked.

  • Page 113: Stop & Start (auto Stop & Go) System

    Driving Stop & Start (Auto Stop & go) system the Stop & Start (Auto Stop & go) system puts the engine temporarily into standby during stops in the traffic (red lights, traffic jams, etc.). the engine restarts automatically as soon as you want to move off. the restart takes place instantly, quickly and silently. Perfect for urban use, the Stop &...

  • Page 114

    Driving Manual Deactivation / Reactivation Going into engine START mode Special cases: START invoked automatically the "AS&G" warning lamp goes off For safety reasons or to ensure smooth operation, StARt mode is invoked and the engine starts automatically: automatically when: with a manual gearbox, when you fully the speed of the vehicle exceeds 2 mph depress the clutch pedal, with the gearbox...

  • Page 115

    Stop & Start to avoid and the system no longer operates. any risk of injury caused by automatic Have it checked by a PeugeOt dealer or a triggering of StARt mode. qualified workshop.

  • Page 116: Under-inflation Detection

    PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop.

  • Page 117

    PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. the spare wheel does not have a sensor, so there is no need to reinitialise the system for driving with the spare wheel fitted.

  • Page 118

    "ON" position and the vehicle stationary. go to a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop to have the system checked or, after a puncture, to have the original wheel, equipped with a sensor, refitted.

  • Page 119

    If you have had a second set of tyres registered Selection of the other set of tyres is done via the system automatically reinitialises by a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop, the menu screen, with the ignition on and the the reference pressure based on the every time you change the set of tyres (fitting vehicle stationary.

  • Page 120: Four Wheel Drive System

    Driving Four wheel drive system System which permits the selection of a transmission mode in relation to the driving conditions. three transmission modes are available and can be selected manually by the driver in accordance with his requirements. Selecting the transmission mode 4WD AUTO (position 1) 2WD (position 3)

  • Page 121: Operating Faults

    If "4WD" and "LOCK" are displayed alternately and if "SeRVICe ReQuIReD" is displayed in the instrument panel, the system has failed and the safety system has been activated. Contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop without delay.

  • Page 122: Cruise Control

    Driving Cruise control System which automatically maintains the vehicle speed at the value programmed by the driver, without any action on the accelerator pedal. Steering mounted controls Display in the instrument panel the cruise control is switched on manually: the vehicle speed must be at least 25 mph (40 km/h) and second gear or higher must be engaged in the case of a manual gearbox.

  • Page 123

    Driving Increasing the programmed Decreasing the programmed Temporary acceleration/ speed speed deceleration Temporary acceleration F using button 3 "ACC RES": F using button 2 "COAST SET": successive presses increase the speed in successive presses decrease the speed in Press the accelerator pedal as normal. When steps of approximately 1 mph (1.6 km/h).

  • Page 124

    Driving Deactivating the function Reactivating the function to deactivate the cruise control: When the cruise control has been deactivated When the cruise control is in operation, F press the brake or clutch pedal, or using the button 4 "CANCEL", you can return pay attention if you press and hold one F press button 1 "ON OFF", or to the stored speed by pressing button 3 "ACC...

  • Page 125: Parking Sensors

    Driving Parking sensors Rear parking sensors Audible assistance the proximity information is given by an intermittent audible signal, whose frequency increases as the vehicle approaches the obstacle. Below a certain distance between the vehicle and the obstacle, the audible signal becomes continuous.

  • Page 126

    Driving Detection zones the detection zones differ depending on whether the vehicle is fitted with a towbar. If you select towbar mode, the towbar zone A is excluded from the detection zones. Modification of the detection zones F Press this button to deactivate the system. F Press this button again for a few seconds and release it.

  • Page 127

    Contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified between the vehicle and the obstacle. workshop. Deactivation / Activation of the front and rear parking sensors...

  • Page 128: Reversing Camera

    Driving Reversing camera In no circumstances can the reversing camera replace the need for vigilance on the part of the driver. Clean the reversing camera from time to time using a soft dry cloth. Linked with the navigation option, the reversing the image from the camera is displayed in the High pressure jet wash camera complements the parking sensor...

  • Page 129: Lighting Controls

    Contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop.

  • Page 130

    Lighting and visibility Displays Manual controls Illumination of the corresponding indicator the lighting is controlled directly by the driver lamp in the instrument panel confirms that the by means of the ring A and the stalk B. lighting selected is on. A.

  • Page 131

    Lighting and visibility Foglamp selection ring. In good or rainy weather, both day they operate if at least the sidelamps are on. and night, the front foglamps and the rear foglamps are prohibited. In these rear foglamp situations, the power of their beams may dazzle other drivers.

  • Page 132: Daytime Running Lamps

    "0" or "AUTO" (day mode). Contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop to adjust the sensitivity of the sensor. In foggy weather or in snow, the sunshine sensor may detect sufficient light.

  • Page 133: Manual Guide-me-home Lighting

    Lighting and visibility Manual guide-me-home lighting temporarily keeping the dipped beam Switching on Switching off headlamps on after the vehicle's ignition has F Place the lighting control stalk in the the manual guide-me-home lighting switches been switched off makes the exit of the vehicle's "OFF"...

  • Page 134: Welcome Lighting

    Lighting and visibility exterior welcome lighting Remote switching on of the lighting makes your approach to the vehicle easier in poor light. It comes on when the vehicle is unlocked remotely. Switching on Switching off F Place the lighting control in the welcome lighting goes off immediately if: you press the open padlock on the remote position "OFF"...

  • Page 135: Headlamp Adjustment

    Do not touch the xenon bulbs. Contact users, the height of the halogen headlamp stationary, the system automatically corrects a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified beams should be adjusted according to the the height of the beam, whatever the load of the workshop.

  • Page 136: Wiper Controls

    Lighting and visibility Wiper controls System for selection and control of the various front and rear wiping modes for removing rain and cleaning the screens. the vehicle's front and rear wipers are designed to improve the driver's visibility according to the climatic conditions. Model with intermittent wiping Model with AUTO wiping Settings...

  • Page 137: Windscreen Wipers

    Lighting and visibility Manual controls Windscreen wipers A. wiping speed selection stalk: single wipe. B. intermittent operation or rain sensor park. sensitivity adjustment ring. You can increase or decrease: intermittent (the speed can be set the wiping frequency when the intermittent Headlamp wash manually).

  • Page 138: Automatic Rain Sensitive Wipers

    Lighting and visibility Automatic rain sensitive wipers Operating fault the windscreen wipers operate automatically, without any action on the part of the driver, if Do not cover the rain sensor, linked with the rain is detected (sensor behind the rear view sunshine sensor and located in the centre of mirror), adapting their speed to the intensity of the windscreen behind the rear view mirror.

  • Page 139

    Lighting and visibility Rear wiper C. rear wiper selection ring: wipe with screen wash. park. Keep the ring in this position to operate the screen wash with several wipes of the wiper. intermittent wipe. the wiper wipes twice then switches to intermittent mode.

  • Page 140: Courtesy Lamps

    Lighting and visibility Courtesy lamps Front courtesy lamp Map reading lamps Position 1 Position 2 there are two map reading lamps, one on each side of the courtesy lamp. the courtesy lamp comes on when a door or the courtesy lamp is permanently off. Press the corresponding lamp lens A.

  • Page 141

    Lighting and visibility Rear courtesy lamp Courtesy lamps automatic switch off Position 2 "●" With the engine off, the courtesy lamps, map reading lamps and boot lamp switch the courtesy lamp comes on when a door or off automatically after 30 minutes to prevent the tailgate is opened.

  • Page 142: Boot Lamp

    Lighting and visibility Boot lamp Panoramic roof lighting this comes on automatically when the boot is When active, the panoramic roof lighting comes Deactivation opened and goes off automatically when the on if the ignition switch is placed in the "ON" or When the ignition switch is placed in boot is closed.

  • Page 143: General Safety Recommendations

    (risk of malfunctions of the vehicle's electronic systems that PeugeOt dealer is able to provide. could cause breakdowns or serious accidents). the manufacturer cannot be held responsible if this advice is not followed.

  • Page 144: Direction Indicators

    Safety Direction indicators Hazard warning lamps Horn F Press the central part of the steering Visual warning with all of the direction indicators flashing to alert other road users to a wheel. vehicle breakdown, towing or accident. F Left: lower the lighting control stalk passing F Press this button, all of the direction the point of resistance.

  • Page 145: Braking Assistance Systems

    Drive carefully at moderate speed and contact Normal operation of the ABS may make itself a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop as felt by slight vibration of the brake pedal. soon as possible. When braking in an emergency, press...

  • Page 146

    Drive carefully at moderate speed and contact with the warnings on the instrument panel same time and the two warnings are a PeugeOt dealer or qualified workshop as screen, they indicate a malfunction of the displayed alternately in the instrument soon as possible.

  • Page 147: Trajectory Control Systems

    Safety trajectory control systems Associated systems which contribute to the directional stability of the vehicle within the limits of the laws of physics: traction control (tCL), active stability control (ASC). Traction control and active stability control traction control optimises traction to prevent Activation Deactivation wheel spin, by acting on the brakes of the...

  • Page 148

    (tyres and rims), Contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified braking components, workshop to have the ASC/tCL systems electronic components, checked. assembly and repair procedures.

  • Page 149: Front Seat Belts

    Safety Seat belts Front seat belts the front seat belts are fitted with a pretensioning and force limiting system. this system improves safety in the front seats in the event of a front or side impact. Depending on the severity of the impact, the pretensioning system instantly tightens the seat belts against the body of the occupants.

  • Page 150

    Safety Front seat belt not fastened / unfastened warning lamp Driver's seat belt When the ignition is switched on, this warning lamp comes on accompanied by an audible signal for a few seconds if the driver has not fastened their seat belt. Front passenger's seat belt If the driver does not fasten their seat belt within one minute after switching on the...

  • Page 151

    Safety Centre rear seat belt Outer rear seat belts the seat belt for the centre rear seat is fitted in each outer rear seat is fitted with a three-point the roof. inertia reel seat belt. It has three anchorage points and a reel. Fastening F Pull the strap, then insert the tongue in the buckle.

  • Page 152

    Following an impact, have the seat belts system checked, and if necessary replaced, by a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop.

  • Page 153: Airbags

    Safety Airbags General information Front 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 seat belts fitted with force limiters (all except the centre rear passenger belt).

  • Page 154

    "rearward facing" child seat on this warning lamp comes on in the the front passenger seat. centre console panel, when the Contact a PeugeOt dealer or a ignition is on and until the airbag is qualified workshop without delay. reactivated.

  • Page 155: Knee Airbag, Lateral Airbags

    Safety Knee airbag* Lateral airbags Impact detection zones System which contributes towards improving System which contributes towards improving the protection of the driver's knees in the event protection for the driver and passenger in the A. Front impact zone. of a serious front impact. event of a serious side impact in order to limit B.

  • Page 156: Curtain Airbags

    PeugeOt vehicle rolls over, the airbag may not be serious side impact in order to limit the risk of dealer or a qualified workshop to have the deployed.

  • Page 157

    All work on the airbag system must be could cause injury to the head if the curtain Knee airbag* carried out by a PeugeOt dealer or a airbag is deployed. qualified workshop. Do not sit with your knees any nearer to the...

  • Page 158: Child Seats

    Safety general points relating to child seats Although one of PeugeOt's main criteria when designing your vehicle, the safety of your children also depends on you. PEUGEOT recommends that children For maximum safety, please observe the following recommendations: should travel on the rear seats of your...

  • Page 159

    Safety Child seat in the front* Rearward facing Forward facing Passenger seat adjusted to the intermediate When a rearward facing child seat is installed When a forward facing child seat is installed on the front passenger seat, adjust the seat on the front passenger seat, adjust the longitudinal position.

  • Page 160: 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.

  • Page 161

    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...

  • Page 162

    Safety 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. LV NEKAD NEuzstādiet uz aizmuguri vērstu bērnu sēdeklīti priekšējā pasažiera sēdvietā, kurā ir AKTIVIZĒTS priekšējais DROŠĪBAS GAISA SPILVeNS.

  • Page 163

    Safety Child seat at the rear Rearward facing Forward facing Centre rear seat When a rearward facing child seat is installed When a forward facing child seat is installed A child seat with a support leg must never be on a rear passenger seat, move the vehicle's on a rear passenger seat, move the vehicle's installed on the centre rear passenger seat.

  • Page 164

    Safety Child seats recommended by PeugeOt PeugeOt offers a range of recommended child seats which are secured using a three point seat belt: these seats can also be installed using Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg the ISOFIX mountings (see following pages).

  • Page 165

    Safety Locations for child seats secured using the seat belt In accordance with european regulations, this table indicates the options for installing child seats secured using a seat belt and universally approved (a) in relation to the weight of the child and the seat in the vehicle. Weight of the child and indicative age Less than 13 kg From 9 to 18 kg...

  • Page 166

    Safety (a) universal child seat: child seat which U: seat suitable for the installation of a child Remove and stow the head restraint can be installed in all vehicles using the seat secured using the seat belt and before installing a child seat with a seat belt.

  • Page 167: Isofix Child Seats

    Safety "ISOFIX" mountings Your vehicle has been approved in accordance with the latest ISOFIX regulation . the seats, represented below, are fitted with regulation ISOFIX mountings: there are three rings for each seat: two rings A, located between the seat a ring B, located behind the seat and backrest and cushion, indicated by a identified by a marking, referred to as the...

  • Page 168

    Safety to secure the child seat to the TOP TETHER: When fitting an ISOFIX child seat to the left- remove and stow the head restraint before hand rear seat of the benchseat, before fitting installing the child seat on the seat (refit it the seat, first move the centre rear seat belt once the child seat has been removed), towards the middle of the vehicle, so as to...

  • Page 169

    Safety ISOFIX child seats recommended by PeugeOt PeugeOt offers a range of approved child seats secured using the ISOFIX mountings. Group 0+: up to 13 kg RÖMER Baby-Safe Plus and its ISOFIX Baby-Safe plus base Installed in the rearward facing position using an ISOFIX base, which is attached to the rings A.

  • Page 170

    Safety Group 1: from 9 to 18 kg RÖMER Duo Plus ISOFIX Installed forward facing. Attached to the rings A, as well as ring B, known as the tOP tetHeR, using an upper strap. 3 angled positions for the shell. FAIR G 0/1 S and its ISOFIX FWF base Installed in the rearward facing position using an ISOFIX base, which is attached to the rings A.

  • Page 171

    Safety Locations for ISOFIX child seats In accordance with european Regulations, this table indicates the options for installing ISOFIX child seats on seats in the vehicle fitted with ISOFIX mountings. In the case of universal and semi-universal ISOFIX child seats, the ISOFIX size category, determined by a letter between A and G, is indicated on the child seat next to the ISOFIX logo.

  • Page 172

    PeugeOt recommends the use of a booster For optimum installation of the forward front seat. Otherwise, the child would risk seat which has a back, fitted with a seat belt...

  • Page 173: Child Lock

    Safety Child lock Mechanical system to prevent opening of the rear doors using their interior controls. the control is located on the edge of each rear door. Child lock on Child lock off F Move the control A towards position 1. F Move the control A towards position 2.

  • Page 174

    TOTAL QUARTZ protects your engine against the effects of time. TOTAL QUARTZ Ineo First is a high performance lubricant, the result of work done together by PEUGEOT and TOTAL R&D. Specially formulated for the engines in PEUGEOT vehicles, its innovative technology significantly reduces emissions and keeps your engine clean.

  • Page 175: Fuel Tank, Low Fuel Level

    Practical information Fuel tank Capacity of the tank: approximately 60 litres. Location of the cap Low fuel level this symbol indicates that the fuel When the low fuel level is reached, tank cap is located on the left-hand this indication appears in the side of the vehicle.

  • Page 176

    (possibly containing up to 7 % Fatty Acid Methyl For more information, contact a PeugeOt ester), dealer or a qualified workshop. Diesel fuel that meets standard eN16734 mixed with the use of any other type of (bio)

  • Page 177: Snow Chains

    For more information on snow chains, you leave, you practise fitting the snow that have been cleared of snow, to contact a PeugeOt dealer or a chains on a level and dry surface. avoid damaging your vehicle's tyres and qualified workshop.

  • Page 178: Automatic Power Cut-off To Accessories

    Practical information Automatic power cut-off to accessories Changing a wiper blade After the engine has stopped, when the Cutting off Removing a front or rear ignition switch is in the "ACC" position wiper blade Once the thirty minutes have expired, the (or the vehicle in "ACC"...

  • Page 179: Towing A Trailer

    For more information on Petrol weights or entrusted to a PeugeOt dealer or a Diesel weights and in particular the towed qualified workshop. loads which apply to your vehicle, refer to the If the towbar is not fitted by a corresponding section.

  • Page 180

    PeugeOt towbar is used. If the message flashes rapidly, contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop without delay.

  • Page 181: Fitting Roof Bars

    For reasons of safety and to avoid damaging the roof, it is essential to use transverse bars that are use accessories recommended by approved for your vehicle. PeugeOt and follow the accessory Vehicles fitted with longitudinal bars manufacturer's fitting instructions.

  • Page 182: Bonnet

    Practical information Bonnet Opening the location of the interior bonnet release lever prevents opening of the bonnet while the right hand front door is closed. Do not open the bonnet in high winds. When the engine is hot, handle the exterior safety catch and the bonnet stay with care (risk of burns).

  • Page 183: Petrol Engines

    Practical information Petrol engines Access for checking the levels of the various fluids and the replacement of certain components. Screenwash and headlamp wash fluid reservoir. 2. Coolant header tank. 3. Brake fluid reservoir. 4. Battery. 5. Fusebox. 6. Air filter. engine oil dipstick.

  • Page 184: Diesel Engines

    Practical information Diesel engines the various caps and covers allow access for checking the levels of the various fluids, for replacing certain components and for priming the fuel system. Screenwash and headlamp wash fluid reservoir. 2. Coolant reservoir. 3. Brake fluid reservoir. 4.

  • Page 185: Checking Levels

    Check all of these levels regularly, in line with the warranty and maintenance record. top them up if necessary, unless otherwise indicated. If a level drops significantly, have the corresponding system checked by a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop.

  • Page 186: Brake Fluid Level, Coolant Level

    Practical information Brake fluid level Coolant level the brake fluid level should be close to the "MAX" mark. If it is not, check In addition, as the cooling system is the brake pad wear. pressurised, wait at least one hour after switching off the engine before carrying out any work.

  • Page 187

    PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. to check or top up the fluid, stop the vehicle, apply the parking brake and Used products switch off the engine.

  • Page 188: Checking Components

    Checking components unless otherwise indicated, check these components in accordance with the warranty and maintenance record and according to your engine. Otherwise, have them checked by a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. Air filter and passenger compartment filter 12 V battery...

  • Page 189

    Practical information Manual gearbox Particle filter (Diesel) As soon as the traffic conditions permit, regenerate the filter by driving at a Refer to the warranty and speed of at least 25 mph (40 km/h) for maintenance record for servicing of about 20 minutes (with the 1.6 litre HDi the gearbox.

  • Page 190: Brake Pads

    Checking this system must be done by a or in wintry conditions, ice can form unless there is a leak in the circuit, a drop in PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. on the brake discs and pads: braking the brake fluid level indicates that the brake efficiency may be reduced.

  • Page 191: Temporary Puncture Repair Kit

    In the event of a breakdown temporary puncture repair kit Composition of the kit Complete system consisting of a compressor and a sealant cartridge which permits the temporary repair of a tyre so that you can drive to the nearest garage. It is designed to repair most punctures which could affect the tyre, located on the tyre tread or shoulder.

  • Page 192: Repair Procedure

    In the event of a breakdown Repair procedure F Stop the vehicle in as safe a location as possible and on a level and stable surface. ensure that the tyre valve is not at the bottom of the wheel, in contact with the ground.

  • Page 193

    After use, do not discard the empty cartridge but take it to a PeugeOt dealer or an For more information about Identification authorised waste disposal site.

  • Page 194

    You can drive at reduced speed If the vehicle is fitted with under- As soon as possible after a repair using (50 mph (80 km/h) max) to go to a PeugeOt inflation detection, the under-inflation the kit, go to a PeugeOt dealer or a dealer or a qualified workshop.

  • Page 195: Changing A Wheel

    In the event of a breakdown Changing a wheel Procedure for replacing a faulty wheel with the spare wheel using the tools supplied with the vehicle. Access to the tools the tools are stowed in the boot under the List of tools Wheel with trim floor.

  • Page 196

    In the event of a breakdown Access to the spare wheel Taking out the standard wheel Putting the standard wheel the spare wheel is installed in the boot under back in place the floor. F unscrew the central bolt A. Depending on version, the spare wheel may be F Raise the spare wheel towards you from F Put the wheel back in its housing.

  • Page 197: Removing A Wheel

    In the event of a breakdown Removing a wheel Parking the vehicle Immobilise the vehicle where it does not block traffic; if possible, the ground must be level, stable and not slippery. Apply the parking brake, switch off the ignition and engage first gear to block the wheels.

  • Page 198

    In the event of a breakdown F Place the foot of the jack 2 on the ground F Raise the vehicle until there is sufficient F Remove the bolts and store them in a clean and ensue that it is directly below the space between the wheel and the ground place.

  • Page 199

    5 (if your vehicle has one). by a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified F Pre-tighten the other bolts using only the this is because using tyres of different workshop without delay.

  • Page 200

    In the event of a breakdown F Lower the vehicle fully. F Lock the anti-theft bolt using the F Fold the jack 2 and remove it. wheelbrace 1 fitted with the anti-theft socket 5 (if your vehicle has one). F Lock the other bolts using only the wheelbrace 1.

  • Page 201: Changing A Bulb

    Replacement of the xenon bulbs F do not clean them using a dry (D1S-35W) must be carried out by or abrasive cloth, nor with a a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified detergent or solvent product, workshop. F use a sponge and soapy water,...

  • Page 202

    In the event of a breakdown Changing direction indicator Access to bulbs bulbs (1) Carry out the following operations for access Rapid flashing of the direction indicator to reassemble, carry out these the bulb protective covers: warning lamp (right or left) indicates the operations in reverse order.

  • Page 203

    (5) reverse order. running lamps / sidelamps (light-emitting diodes - LEDs) (6) to replace these bulbs contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. For the replacement of this type of LeD lamp, contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified...

  • Page 204: Door Mirror Spotlamps

    Contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop to obtain replacement repeaters. Door mirror spotlamps You should contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop for the replacement of the light emitting diode - LeD.

  • Page 205: Rear Lamps

    F turn the bulb holder a quarter of a turn to Amber coloured bulbs, such as the You can also contact a PeugeOt dealer or the left and pull it out. direction indicators, must be replaced F Pull the bulb out and change it.

  • Page 206

    F Disconnect the bulb holder. order. F Pull the bulb out and change it. You can also contact a PeugeOt dealer or a Third brake lamp (light emitting qualified workshop for the replacement of this to reassemble, carry out these operations in diodes - LEDs) (1) bulb.

  • Page 207: Changing A Fuse

    Access to the tools Changing a fuse the replacement of a fuse not mentioned in the following tables may cause a serious fault on your vehicle. Contact a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. Good Failed Your vehicle's electrical system is designed to operate with standard or optional equipment.

  • Page 208

    In the event of a breakdown Dashboard fuses Fuse N° Rating Functions 30 A Cabin fan. 15 A Brake lamps, third brake lamp. 10 A Rear foglamp. 30 A Windscreen wiper, screenwash. 20 A Central locking, electric door mirrors. 15 A Audio equipment, telematics, uSB unit, hands-free system.

  • Page 209

    Heated door mirrors. 25 A Driver's and passenger's electric seats. 30 A Heated seats. * the maxi-fuses provide additional protection for the electrical systems. All work on the maxi-fuses must be carried out by a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop.

  • Page 210

    In the event of a breakdown Engine compartment fuses Fuse N° Rating Functions 15 A Front foglamps. 10 A Horn. 7.5 A Alternator. 20 A Headlamp wash. 10 A Air conditioning. 20 A Alarm. the fusebox is placed in the engine 15 A Demisting, wipers.

  • Page 211

    All 30 A Audio amplifier. work on the maxi-fuses must be carried out by a PeugeOt dealer or a qualified workshop. Carefully close the cover after replacing a fuse so as to ensure the correct...

  • Page 212

    In the event of a breakdown Spare fuses the cover does not contain spare Fuse N° Rating the spare fuses are located under the engine fuses with an amperage of 7.5 A, 25 A 10 A compartment fusebox cover. or 30 A. If one of the fuses with these amperages develops a fault, replace it 15 A with the following fuse:...

  • Page 213: V Battery

    In the event of a breakdown 12 V battery Procedure for charging your battery when it is flat or for starting the engine using another battery and jump leads. General Access to the battery the batteries contain harmful substances such as sulphuric acid and lead.

  • Page 214

    In the event of a breakdown Starting using another battery Check the electrolyte level and top up if necessary. For more information on Checking levels, refer to the corresponding section. F Connect the red cable to the (+) terminal of F Connect one end of the green or black the flat battery A, then to the (+) terminal of cable to the (-) terminal of the slave...

  • Page 215

    In the event of a breakdown Charging the battery using Never start the engine by connecting a If you intend to charge your vehicle's a battery charger battery charger. battery yourself, use only a charger Never use a battery booster of 24 V or compatible with lead batteries, with a F Disconnect the battery from the vehicle, if higher.

  • Page 216

    If the battery has been frozen, have it to maintain a sufficient level of charge checked by a PeugeOt dealer or a to start the engine, it is advisable to Following reconnection of the battery, qualified workshop, who will check that...

  • Page 217: Towing The Vehicle

    In the event of a breakdown towing the vehicle General recommendations Towing your vehicle Observe the legislation in force in your country. ensure that the weight of the towing vehicle is higher than that of the towed vehicle. the driver must remain at the wheel of the towed vehicle and must have a valid driving licence.

  • Page 218

    In the event of a breakdown 4 wheel drive (4WD) versions: towing on a flatbed Vehicles fitted with the 4 wheel drive Never have the vehicle towed with the system must always be towed on a flatbed. four wheels on the ground, this could damage the transmission.

  • Page 219: Towing Another Vehicle

    In the event of a breakdown Towing another vehicle F On the rear bumper, remove the cover F Screw in the towing eye 2 fully using the Access to the tooling by pulling at the bottom using the jack wheelbrace 3. the towing eye and the tools are stored under F Install the towing bar.

  • Page 220: Running Out Of Fuel (diesel)

    In the event of a breakdown Running out of fuel (Diesel) 1.6 litre HDi engine F Fill the fuel tank with at least five litres of Diesel. F Open the bonnet. F If necessary, unclip the cover for access to the priming pump.

  • Page 221: Engines And Gearboxes

    Technical data engines and gearboxes PETROL ENGINES 1.6 litre 115 2.0 litre 150 Manual Manual GEARBOXES (5-speed) (6-speed) (5-speed) (6-speed) AFYT AFYW NKZ0 NKZ9 AFYR AFYV Model codes: BU... AFZH AFZP NKZ0/S NKZ9/S AFZ7 AFZM AFZ9 AFZC Transmission mode Cubic capacity (cc) 1 590 1 998 Bore x stroke (mm)

  • Page 222: Petrol Weights

    62 mph (100 km/h) (comply with the legislation gVW of the towing vehicle is reduced For more details, contact a PeugeOt dealer in force in your country). by an equal amount. Please note that or a qualified workshop.

  • Page 223

    Technical data For: Russia, Ukraine, Morocco, Argentina, Chile, French overseas territories. PETROL ENGINES 1.6 litre 115 2.0 litre 150 Manual Gearboxes Manual (5-speed) CVT (6-speed) (5-speed) NKZ7 AFZH AFZP Model codes: BU... AFZ7 AFZM NKZ0 AFZ9 AFZC Transmission mode unladen weight 1 310 1 355 1 420...

  • Page 224

    Technical data For: Australia, New Zealand. PETROL ENGINES 2.0 litre 150 Gearboxes CVT (6-speed) Model codes: BU... AFZH AFZP Transmission mode unladen weight 1 380 1 445 Kerb weight 1 455 1 520 gross vehicle weight (gVW) 1 970 1 970 gross vehicle weight (gVW) when towing 2 035 2 035...

  • Page 225

    Technical data For: South Africa. PETROL ENGINES 2.0 litre 150 Gearboxes Manual (5-speed) CVT (6-speed) Model codes: BU... AFYR AFYV AFYT AFYW Transmission mode unladen weight 1 350 1 415 1 390 1 455 Kerb weight 1 425 1 490 1 465 1 530 gross vehicle weight...

  • Page 226

    Technical data For other countries of sale. PETROL ENGINES 2.0 litre 150 Gearboxes Manual (5-speed) CVT (6-speed) AFYT AFYW AFYR AFYV Model codes: BU... AFZH AFZP AFZ7 AFZM AFZ9 AFZC Transmission mode unladen weight 1 340 1 405 1 370 1 435 Kerb weight 1 415...

  • Page 227

    Technical data engines and gearboxes DIESEL ENGINES 1.6 HDi 115 S&S 1.8 HDi 140 Manual Manual GEARBOXES (6-speed) (6-speed) 9HD5/S 9HDK/S Model codes: BU... 6HYG 9HD5/1S 9HDK/1S Transmission mode Cubic capacity (cc) 1 560 1 798 Bore x stroke (mm) 77 x 88.3 83 x 83.1 Max power*: eu standard (kW)

  • Page 228: Diesel Weights

    62 mph (100 km/h) (comply with the legislation gVW of the towing vehicle is reduced For more details, contact a PeugeOt dealer in force in your country). by an equal amount. Please note that or a qualified workshop.

  • Page 229

    Technical data For zones: Europe, French overseas departments and territories. DIESEL ENGINES 1.6 HDi 115 S&S Gearboxes Manual (6-speed) 9HD5/S 9HDK/S Model codes: BU... 9HD5/1S 9HDK/1S Transmission mode unladen weight 1 315 1 425 Kerb weight 1 390 1 500 gross vehicle weight (gVW) 2 060 2 060...

  • Page 230

    Technical data For: Russia, Ukraine, Morocco, Argentina, Chile. DIESEL ENGINES 1.6 HDi 115 S&S Gearboxes Manual (6-speed) 9HD5/S 9HDK/S Model codes: BU... 9HD5/1S 9HDK/1S Transmission mode unladen weight 1 410 1 475 Kerb weight 1 485 1 550 gross vehicle weight (gVW) 2 060 2 060 gross vehicle weight (gVW) when towing...

  • Page 231

    Technical data For: South Africa. DIESEL ENGINES 1.6 HDi 115 S&S Gearboxes Manual (6-speed) 9HD5/S 9HDK/S Model codes: BU... 9HD5/1S 9HDK/1S Transmission mode unladen weight 1 420 1 485 Kerb weight 1 495 1 560 gross vehicle weight (gVW) 2 060 2 060 gross vehicle weight (gVW) when towing 2 130...

  • Page 232

    Technical data For other countries of sale. DIESEL ENGINES 1.6 HDi 115 S&S 1.8 HDi 140 Gearboxes Manual (6-speed) Manual (6-speed) 9HD5/S 9HDK/S Model codes: BU... 6HYG 9HD5/1S 9HDK/1S Transmission mode unladen weight 1 420 1 485 1 520 Kerb weight 1 495 1 560 1 595...

  • Page 233: Dimensions

    Technical data Dimensions (in mm) these dimensions have been measured on an unladen vehicle. * Mirrors folded.

  • Page 234

    Technical data Off-road performance ground clearance* engine Approach angle Departure angle Break-over angle 1.6 litre 115 190 mm 2.0 litre 150 201 mm 18.9 ° 30.9 ° 19.0 ° 1.6 litre HDi 115 S&S 178 mm 1.8 litre HDi 140 182 mm * Vehicle unladen.

  • Page 235: Identification Markings

    Technical data Identification markings Various visible markings for the identification and tracing of your vehicle. D. Vehicle identification number (VIN) at the bottom of the windscreen aperture. It is marked on a label visible through the windscreen, left-hand side. the tyre pressures must be checked when the tyres are "cold", at least once a month (vehicle having been stationary for 1 hour or after a journey of less than...

  • Page 236

    Technical data...

  • Page 237: Recognition

    ® BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE WITH VOICE RECOGNITION ANSWeR A CALL Press this button to accept an incoming call. In the event of a 2 incoming call, press to put the 1 call on hold and speak to the second caller. In this case, press briefly to switch from one call to the other.

  • Page 238

    ® BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE WITH VOICE RECOGNITION Change the voice command language hands-free telephone with voice What is the Bluetooth ® Say "Setup". recognition? the system uses wireless communication technology known as Bluetooth ® which allows you to make hands-free telephone calls in your vehicle via your Bluetooth ®...

  • Page 239

    ® BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE WITH VOICE RECOGNITION Training the user's voice When you are ready to start, press and You can use the user voice training function to create a voice model hold this button. for one person per language. the characteristics of your voice and your pronunciation are saved in this model to provide the best voice recognition.

  • Page 240

    BLUETOOTH ® TELEPHONE WITH VOICE RECOGNITION Voice training commands # 790 (for # = "Hash") 55 66 77 88 99 Home, Work, Mobile, Pager * 671 (for * = "Star") 44 33 22 11 00 List of names 212 - 4 903 Call 293 - 5804 235 - 3 494 Call * 350...

  • Page 241

    ® BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE WITH VOICE RECOGNITION telephone Pairing a Bluetooth ® First connection For reasons of safety and because the sustained attention of the driver is needed, operations of matching a Bluetooth ® mobile phone Say "Pair a telephone". with the audio system's hands-free function must be done with the vehicle stationary.

  • Page 242

    ® BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE WITH VOICE RECOGNITION the services available depend on the network, the SIM card and the compatibility of the Bluetooth ® telephone used. Check in your telephone user manual and with your service provider for the services you have access to. the system says "Allocate an order of priority between 1 and 7.

  • Page 243

    ® BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE WITH VOICE RECOGNITION Using a telephone number You must have first paired a Bluetooth ® compatible mobile telephone with the system. Press this button. Say "Dial". the system says "Number please". Call out the telephone number. The system asks you to confirm this number, answer "Yes".

  • Page 244

    ® BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE WITH VOICE RECOGNITION Saving a name in the system phone book the system has its own phone book, independent of that of the mobile telephone. give the name of your choice. It can contain up to 32 names for each language. each name in the phone book is associated with 4 locations: HOMe, WORK, MOBILe and PAgeR.

  • Page 245

    ® BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE WITH VOICE RECOGNITION Using a name in the system phone book You must have first paired a compatible Bluetooth give the location corresponding to the number that you ® mobile wish to call. telephone with the system. The system request confirmation of the name.

  • Page 246

    ® BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE WITH VOICE RECOGNITION Redial the last number called Receiving a call the telephone ring is sent to the speaker by the front passenger's seat. Press this button. If an audio source (CD, radio, ...) is in operation when the call is received, it is placed on Mute and only the incoming call is heard.

  • Page 247

    ® BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE WITH VOICE RECOGNITION Voice commands (1/2) Press this button to start the voice recognition. Configure Divert the call Home, at home Phone book Add a location Work, at work Configure the confirmation requests Dial Mobile, on mobile Call Language Pager, on pager...

  • Page 248

    ® BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE WITH VOICE RECOGNITION Voice commands (2/2) Press this button to start the voice recognition. Zero english Word training Phone book New entry Phone book Change Repeat training three Phone book Delete Activate Four Phone book Clear All Deactivate Five Phone book List of names...

  • Page 249: Audio-telematic Touch Screen System

    AUDIO-TELEMATIC TOUCH SCREEN SYSTEM CONTENTS 01 First steps - Control panel the system is protected in such a way that it will only operate in your vehicle. 02 Steering mounted controls 03 General operation 04 Navigation 05 Media 06 Settings For safety reasons, the driver must carry out operations 07 Information which require prolonged attention while the vehicle is...

  • Page 250

    FIRST STEPS PWR/VOL: FOLDER: allows selection of a folder or a audio system on/off. manual search for a radio station. volume adjustment for the audio and telephone functions. ZOOM: zoom the map in or out. Short press: change the audio source. Long press: CD / MP3 / uSB, SD, for fast forward or rewind.

  • Page 251

    STEERING MOUNTED CONTROLS Increase / reduce audio volume. Search for a higher / lower radio frequency. Previous/next CD track. CD fast forward/back. Long press: audio system on / off. Short press: selection of the source in the following order (in a loop): CD, SD, uSB/iPod, Bluetooth, AuX, FM, MW, LW.

  • Page 253

    GENERAL OPERATION Description of the controls - Menus MAP: used to display the current AUDIO: display the screen for the position of your vehicle on the map. last audio source used. MODE: used to select the audio DESTINATION: used to set source.

  • Page 254

    NAVIGATION Level 1 Level 2 Level 3...

  • Page 255

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Indicates that a turn should be made to the left or right at the next junction and the distance to this junction. guidance Press on it to to display a navigation zoom to the left of the map. Confirm Route Change Route Search Nearby...

  • Page 256

    NAVIGATION Level 1 Level 2 Level 3...

  • Page 257

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Address Book go Home Select a direct return home. go Home Press Yes to save your home location (the first time). Special Location My Categories Country City Select a location using the address or name of the street of the Street destination.

  • Page 258

    NAVIGATION Level 1 Level 2 Level 3...

  • Page 259

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Latitude Select a location using the latitude and longitude. Latitude/Longitude Longitude Save the settings. Return trip Select the point of departure as a new destination. Country City Select a location using one of the 50 recent destinations. Previous 50 Point of Interest Category...

  • Page 260

    NAVIGATION Level 1 Level 2 Level 3...

  • Page 261

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Route Menu Check and view the maps of the surroundings on a journey. travel time Adjust the route guidance mode and display the results of the route guidance search. time/Distance Remaining 3D Bldg. Screen 3D Polygon Landmark Adjust the screen display settings.

  • Page 262

    NAVIGATION Level 1 Level 2 Level 3...

  • Page 263

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Route Priority Route Options Minimize Motorways Adjust the roads used conditions. Minimize toll Roads Beep Sound Volume Navi Voice/Others guidance Voice Volume Set the voice used for navigation instructions and adjust the volume. Speed Compensated Volume Address Book go Home...

  • Page 264: Gps System

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE GPS system What is the navigation system and GPS? the system's measurements may be inaccurate if the vehicle is: in a tunnel or underground car park, the satellite navigation system guides the driver to the destination underneath a two-level motorway, set in accordance with a chosen route.

  • Page 265

    SD card reader. Push the SD card until it clicks into place. Press the OPEN button to close the screen panel. to restore the navigation data and/or if the power from the battery is cut, contact a PeugeOt dealer.

  • Page 266

    You can select point of interest icons which are university / college Vehicles and travel (Dark blue) displayed on your map screen. Press DESTINATION then "Point of Interest". entertainment and attractions (Blue) PeugeOt Airport theme park Bus stop Bowling alley Vehicle hire...

  • Page 267

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE Selecting a destination Towards a new destination When a character of the name of the country, city and road is Press the DESTINATION button. entered, and if 5 cities or streets or fewer are recognised, you can select a country, city or street from a list which is displayed or press "List".

  • Page 269

    TRAFFIC Set the filtering and display of TMC messages TMC messages (Traffic Message Channel) on the Navigation-GPS system give traffic information transmitted in real time. Black and blue triangle: general information, for example: the navigation system suggests a detour route, if dynamic guidance has been activated by pressing the NAVI MENU button, then "TMC".

  • Page 270

    MEDIA Level 1 Level 2 Level 3...

  • Page 271

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments AF Check the name of the station is displayed while RDS data is received. If the RDS Settings name is not transmitted, the frequency is displayed. to display in the screen the list of stations received. PtY (programme type) is displayed if the RDS data received is displayed, to display List of stations in the screen programmes by type, e.g.: sport, rock, classical,...

  • Page 272

    MEDIA Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 OPEN: Opens or closes the screen panel to insert or remove a CD or SD card.

  • Page 273

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Repeat Press to play the track repeatedly. Scan Press to play the start of each track for around 9 seconds. Random Press to play the tracks in random order. Playback Press to start play of the selected track. go up 1 Level Press to go up one level.

  • Page 274

    RADIO RDS, AF, TP, PTY What is RDS? Traffic information function the Radio Data System (RDS) function on the FM waveband permits: The Traffic Programme (TP) function permits automatic and automatic retuning to alternative frequencies carrying the same temporary switching to an FM station broadcasting traffic information. station while travelling through different regions (if the transmitters of this station cover the area through which you are travelling), the radio station or the source that you are listening to at this point...

  • Page 275

    RADIO Selecting an FM station RDS settings and presetting Press the AUDIO button. Press the AUDIO button. By default the screen displays the stations on FM1. By default the screen displays the stations on FM1. turn the FOLDER / TUNE SOUND knob to select a station.

  • Page 277

    RADIO DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) Digital radio You can also start a search by type of programme by Digital radio provides a superior audio quality and also a display of pressing "PTY Filter". graphic current information concerning the radio station selected. the different channels offer a choice of radio stations in alphabetical order.

  • Page 278

    MUSIC General notes on files Windows Media and Microsoft Corporation are trademarks Playing an MP3/WMA CD registered in the united States and/or other countries. File handling When the MP3/WMA CD is inserted in the player, playing of the tracks is automatic. the tracks cannot be recorded onto the music server.

  • Page 279

    MUSIC Playing a file Press the MODE button then "CD", if the player already contains a CD. Press this button for access to the secondary menu. Otherwise, insert a CD in the player, play begins automatically. Press "Repeat" to play the selected track repeatedly You can move by one level at a time.

  • Page 280

    MUSIC Using the USB port the uSB port is used to connect a portable device (MP3 player, Apple ® With the vehicle stationary, ignition player, etc.). The files are sent from the switch in the LOCK position, connect player to your audio system and heard a suitable cable to the portable player.

  • Page 281

    MUSIC players Using the SD card reader ® Connecting APPLE Connect the Apple ® player to the uSB port using a suitable cable (not supplied). The SD card reader can play MP3, WMA, AAC and WAV audio files. Play starts automatically. Control is via the audio system.

  • Page 282

    MUSIC USB, iPod and SD player - Playing a track Press the MODE button then on "USB/iPod" or "SD"; you can display the sort by category at any time by Press this button for access to the secondary menu. pressing "Playlist". In uSB or SD mode you can move up a level at the Press "Repeat"...

  • Page 283

    MUSIC Using the auxiliary input (AUX) the auxiliary input allows the connection of a portable device (MP3 player...). Connect the portable device (MP3 player…) to the RCA sockets (red and white) using a suitable cable, not supplied. First adjust the volume of your portable device (to a high level). then adjust the volume of your audio system.

  • Page 284

    SETTINGS Level 1 Level 2 Level 3...

  • Page 285

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Choose to switch off the screen. Display Off to switch it back on, touch the screen or press any button. time Choose adjustment of the time by the RDS signal, time zone, summer time. Select the language (english, Français, Deutsch, Nederlands, Português, Language español, Svenska, Italiano, Dansk, Vlaams, Polski, Norsk).

  • Page 286

    INFORMATION Level 1 Level 2 Level 3...

  • Page 287

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Make a note on the calendar of special days, birthdays, ... Use the arrows to find a date and press directly on the day required to Calendar enter the event. user SD Check the capacity of the SD card and the free space. Make a telephone call Busy tone Voice Control Help...

  • Page 288

    INFORMATION Level 1 Level 2 Level 3...

  • Page 289

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Map Reg. Code Display the registration code for the navigation system. Mobile Phone Make and receive telephone calls. Version Info. View the software version and mapping data version.

  • Page 290

    STREAMING - TELEPHONE ® BLUETOOTH Pairing a telephone Press the MODE button then "Bluetooth Audio" to Select the telephone to connect then press this button. start Bluetooth mode. In the Bluetooth menu on your telephone, select the system name in the list of devices detected. Press "Edit"...

  • Page 291: Audio-cd Touch Screen System

    AUDIO-CD TOUCH SCREEN System Contents the system is protected in such a way that it will only operate in your vehicle. 01 First steps - Control panel 02 Steering mounted controls 03 General operation 04 Radio 05 Music For safety reasons, the driver must carry out operations telephone ®...

  • Page 292

    FIRST STEPS MeNu: chose the audio source from the main menu. eJeCt: eject the CD. PWR: audio system on/off. Off: mute (with black screen). VOL: adjust volume. use the buttons offered on the screen. Move a finger over the screen to operate the system.

  • Page 293

    STEERING MOUNTED CONTROLS Increase / reduce audio volume. Search for a higher / lower radio frequency. Next / previous CD track. CD fast forward / back. Long press: audio system on / off. Short press: selection of the source in the following order (in a loop): CD, uSB, iPod, Bluetooth, AuX, FM, MW,...

  • Page 295

    GENERAL OPERATION Description of controls - Menus FM / MW / LW: select a radio station from: frequency modulation (FM), BT Audio: connect a Bluetooth AUX: connect a portable player medium wave (MW), (2.0) telephone then play the to the Jack auxiliary socket then music files by streaming.

  • Page 296

    GENERAL OPERATION Level 1 Level 2 Level 3...

  • Page 297

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Select the tabs for access to the 6 preset stations. FM = 12 stations. DAB = 18 stations. Preset stations. After selecting a frequency, press and hold the number to preset the current station.

  • Page 298

    GENERAL OPERATION Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 The telephone must first be connected by the "Phone" menu.

  • Page 299

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Information on the track being played. Repeat in a loop the track being played. Play the first 10 seconds of each track. Play all tracks in random order. Adjust the audio quality (balance, equaliser, ...). Select a track or maintain pressure for fast forward or back.

  • Page 300

    GENERAL OPERATION Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Refer to section...

  • Page 301

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Display a black screen. Press the screen to return to the last display. Adjust the touch tone. Adjust the date and time. Select the language for voice commands. Adjust the brightness, contrast and black level for the menu screen, ... Adjust the brightness, contrast and black level for the image from the rear camera.

  • Page 302

    RADIO Selecting an FM / MW / LW station Press "Station list" to display the list of radio Press MENU to display the choice of source. stations received locally. A long press on one of the numbered buttons Select "FM" or "MW" or "LW". presets the current station.

  • Page 303

    RADIO RDS, AF, REG, TP, PTY Regional mode Some stations are organised in a network. the Radio Data System (RDS) function on the FM waveband permits: In different regions, they broadcast different or shared programmes automatic retuning to alternative frequencies carrying the same depending on the time of day.

  • Page 304

    RADIO RDS settings: AF, Reg, TP, PTY Press the MENU button then select the Press the MENU button, then "Next". radio source (FM / MW / LW). Select the arrow. Select "Setting" then "RDS Setting". then Activate or not the settings.

  • Page 305

    RADIO Selecting a DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) station - digital radio Digital radio provides a superior audio quality and also a display of graphic current information concerning the radio station selected. the different channels offer a choice of radio stations in alphabetical order. Press "Station list"...

  • Page 306

    RADIO Setting the DAB Press the MENU button then select the Press the MENU button then "Next". "DAB" radio source. Select "Setting" then "DAB Setting". Select the arrow. then Activate the settings as required.

  • Page 307

    MUSIC Playing a CD (CD-DA/CD-TEXT or MP3/WMA/AAC) Press the MENU button to display the choice of Press the arrow to modify the track play mode: source. "Repeat": plays the current track repeatedly in a loop. "Scan": plays the start of each track for around 10 seconds.

  • Page 308

    MUSIC Using the USB port the uSB port is used to connect a portable device (MP3 player, With the vehicle stationary, ignition player, etc.). The files are sent Apple ® switch in the LOCK position, connect from the player to your audio system a suitable cable to the portable player.

  • Page 309

    MUSIC Using the auxiliary input (AUX) the auxiliary input allows the connection of a portable device (MP3 player...). Connect the portable device (MP3 player…) to the RCA sockets (red and white) using a suitable cable, not supplied. First adjust the volume of your portable device (to a high level). then adjust the volume of your audio system.

  • Page 310

    MUSIC Playing tracks on an iPod ® Press the MENU button to display the choice Press the arrow to modify the track play mode: of source. "Repeat": plays the current track repeatedly in a loop. "Random/Shuffle": plays all of the tracks in the current folder in random order.

  • Page 311

    MUSIC Playing tracks on a portable player (USB) Press the arrow to modify the track play mode: "Repeat": plays the current track repeatedly in Press the MENU button to display the choice of a loop. source. "Scan": plays the start of each track for around 10 seconds.

  • Page 312

    ® BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE For reasons of safety and because the sustained attention of the telephone from ® Pairing a Bluetooth driver is needed, operations of matching a Bluetooth ® mobile phone the audio system with the audio system's hands-free function must be done with the vehicle stationary.

  • Page 313: Making A Call

    ® BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE Managing paired telephones Making a call Press the "MENU" button, then "Next" to Press the MENU button, then "Next" to display display the choice of source. the choice of source. Press "Phone". Press "Phone". enter the number then press the telephone. Press the arrow then press "Bluetooth Setting".

  • Page 315: Audio-cd System

    AUDIO-CD system CONTENTS 01 First steps - Control panel the system is protected in such a way that it will only operate in your vehicle. 02 Steering mounted controls 03 General operation 04 Radio 05 Music media players 06 USB player For safety reasons, the driver must carry out operations 07 BLUETOOTH ®...

  • Page 316

    FIRST STEPS Symbols: Preset stations, buttons 1 to 6. i: iPod ® Short press: select preset radio station. u: uSB. ® Long press: preset a radio station. B: Bluetooth Scroll through tracks. eject CD. Random play in the current folder. Repeat the current track.

  • Page 317

    FIRST STEPS Fast back / forwards. Play / pause the current track. Change to MENU mode. Abandon the current operation, up one level. Search for TP traffic information. Press: select folder (or track). Selection: PtY On / Off. Select previous / next folder (or track). Play the first 10 seconds automatically of the next Adjust audio settings.

  • Page 318

    STEERING MOUNTED CONTROLS Increase / reduce audio volume. Search for a higher / lower radio frequency. Next / previous CD track. CD fast forwards / backwards. Long press: audio system on / off. Short press: selection of the source in the following order: FM1 / FM2 / FM3 / MW / LW / CD.

  • Page 319

    GENERAL OPERATION Setting the audio modes Switching on / off Press the PWR/VOL button. the last source selected before switching off resumes operation. Press the SEL knob repeatedly; the audio mode changes in the the audio system functions can be following order: BASS / tReBLe / used when the ignition switch is in the FADeR / BALANCe / SCV and cancel.

  • Page 320

    GENERAL OPERATION "BALANCE" left/right sound distribution setting "BASS" setting turn the SEL knob to set the balance turn the SEL knob to set the required of the volume of the right and left bass value. speakers. "SCV" automatic volume adjustment "TREBLE"...

  • Page 321

    RADIO Selection / Presetting Selecting radio source Automatic station search Press the "9" or ":" button to search the lower frequencies or the higher Press the RADIO button to switch on frequencies respectively. the radio. the search begins automatically and stops at the first station found.

  • Page 322

    RADIO Manual station presetting Automatic station presetting Stations can only be preset automatically on wavebands FM1, You can preset up to six stations on each waveband. FM2 and FM3. Presetting a new station replaces the previous station. Presetting new stations replaces the previous stations. this presetting can be activated automatically irrespective of the waveband selected.

  • Page 323

    RADIO the "Radio Data System" (RDS) function on the FM waveband "AF" alternative frequencies permits: access to the display of information, such as the name of the Your radio automatically checks and selects the best frequency for station, ... the radio station to which it is tuned (if the station broadcasts on listening to the same station while travelling through different several transmitters or frequencies).

  • Page 324

    RADIO "TP" traffic information "ALERT" emergency broadcasts the "Traffic Programme" (tP) function permits automatic An emergency broadcast automatically and temporarily interrupts and temporary switching to an FM station broadcasting traffic the FM station or the source that you are listening to. information.

  • Page 325

    RADIO Search for a "PTY" broadcast Presetting a "PTY" programme You can preset up to six PtY programmes. each new programme stored replaces the previous one. Press the PTY/SCAN button. Press the PTY/SCAN button. turn the SEL knob to select PTY mode;...

  • Page 326

    RADIO Functions setting mode Changing the display language of the "PTY" programme Press then MENU button. Press the MENU button. this permits activation or deactivation of the functions below. Press the SEL knob repeatedly; the setting mode for the functions changes in the following order: gRACeNOte Press the SEL knob repeatedly to DB / AF / Reg / tP-S / PI-S / PtY...

  • Page 327

    RADIO DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) Digital radio Digital radio provides a superior audio quality and also additional categories of traffic announcements. the different channels offer a choice of radio stations in alphabetical order. Selecting the waveband Storing stations Press the RADIO button repeatedly to select the waveband;...

  • Page 328

    MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS CD player Ejecting a disc this can play audio CDs (CD-DA, CD-text, CD-R/RW) or MP3 CDs. Press this button to remove the Selecting CD mode disc from the player. the system automatically switches to radio mode. After inserting a disc, printed face upwards, the player starts automatically.

  • Page 329

    MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS Audio CD Random playing of a disc Fast search Press and hold the "7" or "8" button Press the RDM button to start random to carry out a rewind or fast forward play of the tracks on the disc. "RDM" search respectively.

  • Page 330

    MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS CD-TEXT display MP3 / ID3 Tag CD the CD player is compatible with the display of CD-text the CD player and the CD changer are compatible with the playing information. of MP3 files. these must be recorded in ISO-8859 Level 1 / Level 2, Joliet or Romeo format on CD ROMs, CD-Rs or CD-RWs.

  • Page 331

    MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS Repeating the tracks in a folder Playing the beginning of each track Press the RPT button for more than two seconds to repeat the playing of Press the PTY/SCAN button to start the tracks contained in the current playing the first ten seconds of each folder.

  • Page 332

    MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS Using the auxiliary input (AUX) the auxiliary socket allows the Press the DISP button for more than connection of a portable device two seconds to activate the ID3 tag (MP3 player...). information. "tAg" appears in the screen. Press the DISP button repeatedly;...

  • Page 333

    USB PLAYER Using the USB port the uSB port is used to connect a ® portable device (MP3 player, Apple With the vehicle stationary, ignition player, etc.). The files are sent from the switch in the LOCK position, connect player to your audio system and heard a suitable cable to the portable player.

  • Page 334

    USB PLAYER Managing a track (or folder) Select a folder (or track) Play Once the portable player / iPod ® connected, make several successive presses on the MEDIA button and turn the knob to select a previous or select uSB, the source selected is next track.

  • Page 335

    STREAMING ® BLUETOOTH Streaming allows music files on a telephone to be heard via the vehicle's Managing a track speakers. profiles the telephone must support the appropriate Bluetooth ® (profiles A2DP / AVRCP). ® Connect the telephone: see the "BLuetOOtH teLePHONe WItH VOICe ReCOgNItION"...

  • Page 336

    STREAMING ® BLUETOOTH Play the start of each track* the screen displays a maximum of 11 characters at a times. If the end of the title is cut off, press the PAGE button. the next characters are displayed each time the button is pressed. Press this button.

  • Page 337: Error Messages

    INteRNAL the player has malfunctioned for some reason. Check that there is no problem with the disc and insert another disc. If the problem persists, contact a PeugeOt dealer. HeAt eRROR the temperature inside the unit is too high. Remove the disc and wait until the temperature of the unit returns to normal.

  • Page 338

    Connect a version of iPod / iPhone with a software version compatible with the system. OTHER eRROR DC An abnormal direct current has been sent to the speakers. Switch the system off and on again. If the problem persists, contact a PeugeOt dealer.

  • Page 339

    Alphabetical index Battery ........... 186, 211, 214 ABS and eBFD systems .......143 Checking the levels .......183, 185 Accessories ..........141 Battery, charging ........211, 214 Checking tyre pressures Access to bulbs ..........200 Battery, remote control ......60, 61 (using the kit) ..........189 Active stability control Blind, panoramic roof ........70 Checks ........

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    Alphabetical index Deactivating the passenger and gear shift indicator ........104 Filling the fuel tank ........ 173, 174 rear window control switches .......68 Filter, particle ........185, 187 glove box ..........89, 90 Deadlocking ..........55, 57 Fittings, boot ...........95 g.P.S..........252, 262, 264 Defrosting ..........

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    Alphabetical index Indicator lamps, Labels, identification ........233 Menus (audio) ...... 251, 293, 294, 296 operation ..........16, 18 Lamp, boot ............140 Mirror, rear view ..........78 Indicators, direction ......142, 200 Lamps, front ..........199 Mirrors, door............76 Inflating tyres ..........10 Lamps, rear ...........203 Mountings, Isofix ......165, 167, 169 Input, auxiliary .......

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    Alphabetical index Seat belts ..........149, 150 Reminder, lighting on ........129 Pairing a telephone .......288, 310 Remote control ......52, 54, 56, 57, 61 Seat, rear bench ..........74 Panoramic glass sunroof ........70 Removing the mat ...........90 Seats, electric ..........72 Parcel shelf, rear ..........96 Replacing bulbs ......

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    Alphabetical index Ventilation ........... 10, 79-81 tables of weights ....220-224, 226-230 Voice commands ....236, 237, 241-245 tables of engines ........219, 225 tables of fuses ..........205 tank, fuel ............173 technical data ........219-230 telephone ......239, 288, 310, 311 telephone, Bluetooth with voice recognition ....

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