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  • Page 2 Pictorial index Search by illustration For safety Make sure to read through them and security Instrument How to read the gauges and meters, the variety of cluster warning lights and indicators, etc. Operation of Opening and closing the doors and windows, each component adjustment before driving, etc.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS For your information .......8 Instrument cluster Reading this manual.....12 How to search ......13 Pictorial index .......14 Instrument cluster Warning lights and For safety and security indicators......128 Gauges and meters... 136 Drive monitor display..140 1-1. For safe use Multi-information display ...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    4-5. Using the driving support (vehicles without a smart systems entry & start system)..220 Cruise control ....275 Engine (ignition) switch Toyota parking (vehicles with a smart assist-sensor ....279 entry & start system)..223 Stop & Start system ..288 Continuously variable transmission Driving assist systems..
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS ® 5-6. Using Bluetooth Audio system devices ® Bluetooth audio/phone ..347 Using the steering 5-1. Basic Operations wheel switches ....353 Audio system types....310 ® Registering a Bluetooth Steering wheel audio device......354 switches......313 5-7. “SETUP” menu AUX port/USB port.....316 Using the “SETUP”...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Interior features Maintenance and care 6-1. Using the air conditioning 7-1. Maintenance and care system and defogger Cleaning and protecting Manual air conditioning the vehicle exterior..422 system ......386 Cleaning and protecting Automatic air conditioning the vehicle interior... 426 system ......393 7-2.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 8-2. Steps to take in When trouble arises an emergency If your vehicle needs to be towed ......514 8-1. Essential information If you think something is Emergency flashers ...510 wrong ......520 If your vehicle has to Fuel pump shut off be stopped in system......
  • Page 8: Index

    Vehicle specifications 9-1. Specifications Maintenance data (fuel, oil level, etc.)...586 Fuel information ....612 9-2. Customization Customizable features ..615 9-3. Initialization Items to initialize ....619 Index What to do if... (Troubleshooting) ....622 Alphabetical index....627 VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 9: For Your Information

    Accessories, spare parts and modification of your Toyota A wide variety of non-genuine spare parts and accessories for Toyota vehi- cles are currently available in the market. Using these spare parts and acces-...
  • Page 10: Driving

    SRS airbag system Seat belt pretensioner system ● Be sure to check with your Toyota dealer for precautionary measures or spe- cial instructions regarding installation of an RF-transmitter system. Further information regarding frequency bands, power levels, antenna posi- tions and installation provisions for the installation of RF-transmitters, is avail- able on request at your Toyota dealer.
  • Page 11 EDR. ● Disclosure of the EDR data Toyota will not disclose the data recorded in an EDR to a third party except when: • An agreement from the vehicle’s owner (or the lessee for a leased vehi- cle) is obtained •...
  • Page 12 Be sure to have the systems of the SRS airbag and seat belt pretensioner removed and disposed of by a qualified service shop or by your Toyota dealer before you scrap your vehicle.
  • Page 13: Reading This Manual

    Reading this manual WARNING: Explains something that, if not obeyed, could cause death or serious injury to people. NOTICE: Explains something that, if not obeyed, could cause damage to or a malfunction in the vehicle or its equipment. Indicates operating or working procedures. Follow the steps 1 2 3 in numerical order.
  • Page 14: How To Search

    How to search Searching by name ■ • Alphabetical index ..P. 627 Searching installation ■ position • Pictorial index....P. 14 Searching by symptom or ■ sound • What to do if... (Troubleshooting) ..P. 622 Searching by title ■...
  • Page 15: Pictorial Index

    Pictorial index Pictorial index ■ Exterior The shape of the headlights may differ depending on the grade, etc. (P. 488) Doors ......... . . P. 161 Locking/unlocking .
  • Page 16 Pictorial index Windshield wipers ....... . . P. 262 Precautions against winter season ..... P. 302 Precautions against car wash .
  • Page 17 Pictorial index ■ Instrument panel (left-hand drive vehicles) Engine switch ....... . P. 220, 223 Starting the engine/changing the positions .
  • Page 18: Audio System

    Pictorial index Drive monitor display ......P. 140 Multi-information display ......P. 144 If a warning message or indicator is displayed .
  • Page 19 ..... . P. 255 Toyota parking assist-sensor switch ....P. 280 VSC off switch .
  • Page 20 Pictorial index Audio remote control switches ..... P. 313 Paddle shift switches ......P. 234, 235 Telephone switches .
  • Page 21 Pictorial index ■ Interior (left-hand drive vehicles) SRS airbags ........P. 39 Floor mats .
  • Page 22 Pictorial index Inside rear view mirror ......P. 193 Sun visors ........P. 415 Vanity mirrors .
  • Page 23 Pictorial index ■ Instrument panel (right-hand drive vehicles) Engine switch ....... . P. 220, 223 Starting the engine/changing the positions .
  • Page 24 Pictorial index Drive monitor display ......P. 140 Multi-information display ......P. 144 If a warning message or indicator is displayed .
  • Page 25 ........P. 297 Toyota parking assist-sensor switch .
  • Page 26 Pictorial index Audio remote control switches ..... P. 313 Paddle shift switches ......P. 234, 235 Telephone switches .
  • Page 27 Pictorial index ■ Interior (right-hand drive vehicles) SRS airbags ........P. 39 Floor mats .
  • Page 28 Pictorial index Inside rear view mirror ......P. 193 Sun visors ........P. 415 Vanity mirrors .
  • Page 29 Pictorial index Air circulator ........P. 401 : If equipped VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 30 For safety and security 1-1. For safe use Before driving.......30 For safe driving ....32 Seat belts......34 SRS airbags......39 Exhaust gas precautions ..52 1-2. Child safety Riding with children....53 Child restraint systems (except for Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, Uruguay and Malaysia)..54 Child restraint systems (for Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay,...
  • Page 31: For Safe Use Before Driving

    1-1. For safe use Before driving Floor mat Use only floor mats designed specifically for vehicles of the same model and model year as your vehicle. Fix them securely in place onto the carpet. Insert the retaining hooks (clips) into the floor mat eyelets. Turn the upper knob of each retaining hook (clip) to secure the floor mats in place.
  • Page 32 When installing the driver’s floor mat Do not use floor mats designed for other models or different model year ● vehicles, even if they are Toyota Genuine floor mats. ● Only use floor mats designed for the driver’s seat. Always install the floor mat securely using the retaining hooks (clips) pro- ●...
  • Page 33: For Safe Driving

    1-1. For safe use For safe driving For safe driving, adjust the seat and mirror to an appropriate position before driving. Correct driving posture Adjust angle seatback so that you are sitting straight up and so that you do not have to lean forward to steer.
  • Page 34 1-1. For safe use Adjusting the mirrors Make sure that you can see the rear of the vehicle clearly, by adjust- ing the inside and outside mirrors properly. (P. 193, 195) WARNING Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury. Do not adjust the position of the driver’s seat while driving.
  • Page 35: Seat Belts

    1-1. For safe use Seat belts Make sure that all occupants are wearing their seat belts before driving the vehicle. Correct use of the seat belts ● Extend the shoulder belt so that it comes fully over the shoulder, but does not come into contact with the neck or slide off the shoulder.
  • Page 36 1-1. For safe use Adjusting the seat belt shoulder anchor height (front seats only) Push the seat belt shoulder Release button anchor down while pressing the release button. Push the seat belt shoulder anchor up. Move the height adjuster up and down as needed until you hear a click.
  • Page 37 Seat belt regulations ■ If seat belt regulations exist in the country where you reside, please contact your Toyota dealer for seat belt replacement or installation. VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 38 Each seat belt should be used by one person only. Do not use a seat belt for more than one person at once, including children. Toyota recommends that children be seated in the rear seat and always ● use a seat belt and/or an appropriate child restraint system.
  • Page 39 Ensure that the belt and plate are locked and the belt is not twisted. ● If the seat belt does not function correctly, immediately contact your Toyota dealer. ● Replace the seat assembly, including the belts, if your vehicle has been involved in a serious accident, even if there is no obvious damage.
  • Page 40: Srs Airbags

    1-1. For safe use SRS airbags The SRS airbags inflate when the vehicle is subjected to certain types of severe impacts that may cause significant injury to the occupants. They work together with the seat belts to help reduce the risk of death or serious injury. ◆...
  • Page 41 1-1. For safe use SRS airbag system components Seat belt pretensioners and Driver airbag force limiters SRS warning light Side impact sensors (front) Driver’s knee airbag Side airbags Airbag sensor assembly Curtain shield airbags Front impact sensor Side impact sensors (rear) Front passenger airbag : If equipped The main SRS airbag system components are shown above.
  • Page 42 1-1. For safe use WARNING SRS airbag precautions ■ Observe the following precautions regarding the SRS airbags. Failure to do so may cause death or serious injury. The driver and all passengers in the vehicle must wear their seat belts ●...
  • Page 43 An infant or child who is too small to use a seat belt should be properly secured using a child restraint sys- tem. Toyota strongly recommends that all infants and children be placed in the rear seats of the vehicle and properly restrained. The rear seats are safer for infants and children than the front passenger seat.
  • Page 44 1-1. For safe use WARNING SRS airbag precautions ■ ● Vehicles with SRS side airbags: Do not allow anyone to kneel on the passenger seats toward the door or put their head or hands outside the vehicle. Do not attach anything to or lean any- ●...
  • Page 45 Vehicles without SRS curtain shield airbags: If the areas where the SRS airbags are stored, such as the steering wheel pad, are damaged or cracked, have them replaced by your Toyota dealer. Vehicles with SRS curtain shield airbags: If the areas where the SRS airbags are stored, such as the steering wheel pad and front and rear pillar garnishes, are damaged or cracked, have them replaced by your Toyota dealer.
  • Page 46 ■ Do not dispose of your vehicle or perform any of the following modifications without consulting your Toyota dealer. The SRS airbags may malfunction or deploy (inflate) accidentally, causing death or serious injury. Installation, removal, disassembly and repair of the SRS airbags ●...
  • Page 47 1-1. For safe use ■ If the SRS airbags deploy (inflate) ● Slight abrasions, burns, bruising, etc., may be sustained from SRS airbags, due to the extremely high speed deployment (inflation) by hot gases. ● A loud noise and white powder will be emitted. ●...
  • Page 48 1-1. For safe use ■ Conditions under which the SRS airbags may deploy (inflate), other than a collision  Except for Philippines The SRS front airbags, SRS side and curtain shield airbags (if equipped) may also deploy if a serious impact occurs to the underside of your vehicle. Some examples are shown in the illustration.
  • Page 49 1-1. For safe use ■ Types of collisions that may not deploy the SRS airbags (SRS front airbags) The SRS front airbags do not generally inflate if the vehicle is involved in a side or rear collision, if it rolls over, or if it is involved in a low-speed frontal collision.
  • Page 50 1-1. For safe use  Except for Philippines The SRS side and curtain shield airbags do not generally inflate if the vehicle is involved in a rear collision, if it rolls over, or if it is involved in a low-speed side or low-speed frontal collision.
  • Page 51 1-1. For safe use ■ When to contact your Toyota dealer In the following cases, the vehicle will require inspection and/or repair. Con- tact your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. Any of the SRS airbags have been inflated. ● ●...
  • Page 52 1-1. For safe use ● Vehicles with curtain shield airbags: The portion of the front pillars, rear pillars or roof side rail garnishes (padding), containing the curtain shield airbags inside, is scratched, cracked, or otherwise damaged. VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 53: Exhaust Gas Precautions

    Keep the trunk lid closed. If you smell exhaust gases in the vehicle even when the trunk lid is closed, ● open the windows and have the vehicle inspected at your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. ■ When parking If the vehicle is in a poorly ventilated area or a closed area, such as a ●...
  • Page 54 1-2. Child safety Riding with children Observe the following precautions when children are in the vehi- cle. Use a child restraint system appropriate for the child, until the child becomes large enough to properly wear the vehicle’s seat belt. ● It is recommended that children sit in the rear seats to avoid acci- dental contact with the shift lever, wiper switch, etc.
  • Page 55: Child Restraint Systems

    1-2. Child safety Child restraint systems (except for Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, Uruguay and Malaysia) Before installing a child restraint system in the vehicle, there are precautions that need to be observed, different types of child restraint systems, as well as installation methods, etc., written in this manual.
  • Page 56 ● Toyota strongly urges the use of a proper child restraint system that con- forms to the weight and size of the child, installed on the rear seat. Accord- ing to accident statistics, the child is safer when properly restrained in the rear seat than in the front seat.
  • Page 57 1-2. Child safety WARNING Handling the child restraint system ■ If the child restraint system is not properly fixed in place, the child or other passengers may be seriously injured or even killed in the event of sudden braking, sudden swerving, or an accident. If the vehicle were to receive a strong impact from an accident, etc., it is ●...
  • Page 58 1-2. Child safety When using a child restraint system When installing a child restraint system to a front passenger ■ seat (except for Taiwan) For the safety of a child, install a child restraint system to a rear seat. When installing a child restraint system to a front passenger seat is unavoidable, adjust the seat as follows and install the child restraint system.
  • Page 59 1-2. Child safety WARNING When using a child restraint system ■ Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury. Except for Taiwan: Never use a rear- ● facing child restraint system on the front passenger seat.The force of the rapid inflation of the front passenger airbag can cause death or serious injury to...
  • Page 60 1-2. Child safety WARNING When using a child restraint system ■ ● For Taiwan: Never use a child restraint system on the front passenger seat. The force of the rapid inflation of the front passenger airbag can cause death or serious injury to children in the event of an accident.
  • Page 61 1-2. Child safety WARNING When using a child restraint system ■ ● Except for Taiwan: Only put a forward- facing child restraint system on the front seat when unavoidable. When installing a forward-facing child restraint on the front passenger seat, move the seat as far back as possible.
  • Page 62 1-2. Child safety Child restraint system compatibility for each seating position Child restraint system compatibility for each seating position ■ Compatibility of each seating position with child restraint systems (P. 63, 68, 73, 79) displays the type of child restraint systems that can be used and possible seating positions for installation using symbols.
  • Page 63 1-2. Child safety Example of the displayed regulation number UN(ECE) R44 approval mark The weight range of the child who is applicable for an UN(ECE) R44 approval mark is indicated. UN(ECE) R129 approval mark The height range of the child who is applicable as well as available weights for an UN(ECE) R129 approval mark is indicated.
  • Page 64 1-2. Child safety Compatibility of each seating position with child restraint sys- ■ tems (for Egypt, Algeria and South Africa)  Left-hand drive vehicle  Right-hand drive vehicle 1, 2, 3 Suitable for “universal” category child restraint system fixed with the seat belt. Suitable for ISOFIX child restraint system.
  • Page 65 1-2. Child safety : Move the front seat fully rearward. If the passenger seat height can be adjusted, move it to the upper most position. : Adjust the seatback angle to the most upright position. When installing a forward-facing child seat, if there is a gap between the child seat and the seatback, adjust the seatback angle...
  • Page 66 1-2. Child safety Detail information for Child Restraint Systems installation (for ■ Egypt, Algeria and South Africa) Seating position Seat position number Seating position suitable for univer- (Forward- sal belted (Yes/No) facing only) i-Size seating position (Yes/No) Seating position suitable for lateral fixture (L1/L2/No) Suitable rearward facing fixture R1, R2X,...
  • Page 67 1-2. Child safety Fixture Description Full-height, forward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-height forward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-height forward-facing child restraint systems Full-size, rearward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-size, rearward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-size, rearward-facing child restraint systems Rearward-facing infant seat Left lateral-facing (carrycot) infant seat Right lateral-facing (carrycot) infant seat Junior seat Junior seat...
  • Page 68 1-2. Child safety ● If the seat belt shoulder anchor is ahead of the child seat belt guide, move the seat cushion forward. ● When installing a junior seat, if the child in your child restraint system is in a very upright position, adjust the seatback angle to the most comfortable position.
  • Page 69 1-2. Child safety Compatibility of each seating position with child restraint sys- ■ tems (for ASEAN countries : Brunei, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines  Left-hand drive vehicle  Right-hand drive vehicle 1, 2, 3 VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 70 1-2. Child safety Suitable for “universal” category child restraint system fixed with the seat belt. Suitable child restraint systems given recommended child restraint systems and compatibility table (P. 72). Suitable for i-Size and ISOFIX child restraint system. Includes a top tether anchorage point. Not suitable for child restraint system.
  • Page 71 1-2. Child safety Detail information for Child Restraint Systems installation (for ■ ASEAN countries : Brunei, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines Seating position Seat position number Seating position suitable for universal (Forward- belted (Yes/No) facing only) i-Size seating position (Yes/No) Seating position suitable for lateral fixture (L1/L2/No)
  • Page 72 1-2. Child safety Fixture Description Full-height, forward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-height forward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-height forward-facing child restraint systems Full-size, rearward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-size, rearward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-size, rearward-facing child restraint systems Rearward-facing infant seat Left lateral-facing (carrycot) infant seat Right lateral-facing (carrycot) infant seat Junior seat Junior seat...
  • Page 73 1-2. Child safety Recommended child restraint systems and Compatibility table ■ (ASEAN countries : Brunei, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines Seating position Recommended Child Restraint System i-Size child restraint i-Size MIDI (Yes/No) systems The child restraint systems mentioned in the table may not be avail- able outside the ASEAN area.
  • Page 74 1-2. Child safety Compatibility of each seating position with child restraint sys- ■ tems (for Ecuador) 1, 2, 3 Suitable for “universal” category child restraint system fixed with the seat belt. Suitable child restraint systems given recommended child restraint systems and compatibility table (P.
  • Page 75 1-2. Child safety : Move the front seat fully rearward. If the passenger seat height can be adjusted, move it to the upper most position. : Adjust the seatback angle to the most upright position. When installing a forward-facing child seat, if there is a gap between the child seat and the seatback, adjust the seatback angle...
  • Page 76 1-2. Child safety Detail information for Child Restraint Systems installation (for ■ Ecuador) Seating position Seat position number Seating position suitable for univer- (Forward- sal belted (Yes/No) facing only) i-Size seating position (Yes/No) Seating position suitable for lateral fixture (L1/L2/No) Suitable rearward facing fixture R1, R2X, R1, R2X,...
  • Page 77 1-2. Child safety Fixture Description Full-height, forward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-height forward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-height forward-facing child restraint systems Full-size, rearward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-size, rearward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-size, rearward-facing child restraint systems Rearward-facing infant seat Left lateral-facing (carrycot) infant seat Right lateral-facing (carrycot) infant seat Junior seat Junior seat...
  • Page 78 1-2. Child safety Recommended child restraint systems and Compatibility table ■ (for Ecuador) Seating position Recommended Child Mass groups Restraint System 0,0+ Up to 13kg MIDI 2 (Yes/No) (28 lb.) 9 to 18 kg MIDI 2 (Yes/No) (20 to 39 lb.) The child restraint systems mentioned in the table may not be avail- able outside the LATIN area.
  • Page 79 1-2. Child safety ● If the seat belt shoulder anchor is ahead of the child seat belt guide, move the seat cushion forward. ● When installing a junior seat, if the child in your child restraint system is in a very upright position, adjust the seatback angle to the most comfortable position.
  • Page 80 1-2. Child safety Compatibility of each seating position with child restraint sys- ■ tems (for Taiwan) If your child restraint system is of “universal” category, you can install it on the positions mentioned by U or UF in the table below (UF is for forward-facing child restraint systems only).
  • Page 81 1-2. Child safety Key of letters inserted in the above table: X: Not suitable seat position for children in this mass group. U: Suitable for “universal” category child restraint systems approved for use in this mass group. : If the head restraint interferes with your child restraint system, and the head restraint can be removed, remove the head restraint.
  • Page 82 1-2. Child safety Child restraint system installation method Confirm with the operation manual enclosed with the child restraint system about the installation of the child restraint system. Installation method Page Seat belt attach- P. 83 ment Type A  ISOFIX lower anchorage attach- P.
  • Page 83 1-2. Child safety Installation method Page Top tether anchor- P. 88 age attachment VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 84 1-2. Child safety Installing child restraint system using a seat belt ■ Install the child restraint system in accordance to the operation manual enclosed with the child restraint system. If the child restraint system on hand is not within the “universal” cat- egory (or the necessary information is not in the table), refer to the “Vehicle List”...
  • Page 85 You may need a locking clip to install the child restraint system. Follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer of the system. If your child restraint system does not provide a locking clip, you can purchase the following item from your Toyota dealer: Locking clip for child restraint system (Part No. 73119-22010) WARNING When installing a child restraint system ■...
  • Page 86 1-2. Child safety Child restraint system fixed with an ISOFIX lower anchorages ISOFIX lower anchorages (ISOFIX child restraint system) ■ Lower anchorages are provided for the rear outboard seats. (Tags displaying the location of the anchorages are attached to the seats.) Type A Type B...
  • Page 87 1-2. Child safety Check the positions of the exclusive fixing bars, and install the child restraint system to the seat. The bars are installed behind the seat cushion and accessed via the access holes. Check to make sure the seat belt will not be clamped between the anchor and buckle.
  • Page 88 1-2. Child safety ■ When using a “MIDI 2” (for Latin American countries Adjust the support leg and ISOFIX connectors as follows: Lock the ISOFIX connectors where number 3 can be seen. Lock the support leg where 7 holes can be seen.
  • Page 89 1-2. Child safety Using a top tether anchorages Top tether anchorages ■ Top tether anchorages are pro- vided for the outboard rear seat. Use top tether anchorages when fixing the top strap. Top tether anchorages Top strap Fixing the top strap to the top tether anchorages ■...
  • Page 90 1-2. Child safety WARNING When installing a child restraint system ■ Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury. Firmly attach the top strap and make sure that the belt is not twisted. ●...
  • Page 91 1-2. Child safety Child restraint systems (for Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, Uruguay and Malaysia) Before installing a child restraint system in the vehicle, there are precautions that need to be observed, different types of child restraint systems, as well as installation methods, etc., written in this manual.
  • Page 92 ● Toyota strongly urges the use of a proper child restraint system that con- forms to the weight and size of the child, installed on the rear seat. Accord- ing to accident statistics, the child is safer when properly restrained in the rear seat than in the front seat.
  • Page 93 1-2. Child safety WARNING Handling the child restraint system ■ If the child restraint system is not properly fixed in place, the child or other passengers may be seriously injured or even killed in the event of sudden braking, sudden swerving, or an accident. If the vehicle were to receive a strong impact from an accident, etc., it is ●...
  • Page 94 1-2. Child safety When using a child restraint system When installing a child restraint system to a front passenger ■ seat For the safety of a child, install a child restraint system to a rear seat. When installing a child restraint system to a front passenger seat is unavoidable, adjust the seat as follows and install the child restraint system.
  • Page 95 1-2. Child safety WARNING When using a child restraint system ■ Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury. Never use a rear-facing child restraint ● system on the front passenger seat.The force of the rapid inflation of the front passenger airbag can cause death or serious injury to children in the event of an accident.
  • Page 96 1-2. Child safety WARNING When using a child restraint system ■ ● Only put a forward-facing child restraint system on the front seat when unavoid- able. When installing a forward-facing child restraint on the front passenger seat, move the seat as far back as pos- sible.
  • Page 97 1-2. Child safety Child restraint system compatibility for each seating position Child restraint system compatibility for each seating position ■ Compatibility of each seating position with child restraint systems (P. 98, 103) displays the type of child restraint systems that can be used and possible seating positions for installation using sym- bols.
  • Page 98 1-2. Child safety Example of the displayed regulation number UN(ECE) R44 approval mark The weight range of the child who is applicable for an UN(ECE) R44 approval mark is indicated. UN(ECE) R129 approval mark The height range of the child who is applicable as well as available weights for an UN(ECE) R129 approval mark is indicated.
  • Page 99 1-2. Child safety Compatibility of each seating position with child restraint sys- ■ tems (except for Malaysia) 1, 2, 3 Suitable for fixed with vehicle seat belt “universal” cate- gory child restraint system. Suitable particular child restraints given recommended child restraint systems and compatibility table (P.
  • Page 100 1-2. Child safety : Move the front seat fully rearward. If the passenger seat height can be adjusted, move it to the upper most position. : Adjust the seatback angle to the most upright position. When installing a forward-facing child seat, if there is a gap between the child seat and the seatback, adjust the seatback angle...
  • Page 101 1-2. Child safety Detail information for CRS installation (except for Malaysia) ■ Seating position Seat position number Seating position suitable for universal belted (yes/no) i-Size seating position (yes/no) Seating position suitable for lateral fixture (L1/L2) Suitable rearward facing fixture R1, R2 R1, R2 (R1/R2/R3) Suitable forward facing fixture...
  • Page 102 Mass groups Restraint System TOYOTA G0+, 0,0+ BABY SAFE PLUS Up to 13kg (28 lb.) MIDI 2 TOYOTA DUO PLUS ISO fix ISO fix 9 to 18 kg only only (20 to 39 lb.) MIDI 2 The child restraint systems mentioned in the table may not be avail- able outside the LATIN area.
  • Page 103 1-2. Child safety ● If the seat belt shoulder anchor is ahead of the child seat belt guide, move the seat cushion forward. ● When installing a junior seat, if the child in your child restraint system is in a very upright position, adjust the seatback angle to the most comfortable position.
  • Page 104 1-2. Child safety Compatibility of each seating position with child restraint sys- ■ tems (for Malaysia only) 1, 2, 3 Suitable for “universal” category child restraint system fixed with the seat belt. Suitable child restraint systems given recommended child restraint systems and compatibility table (P.
  • Page 105 1-2. Child safety : Move the front seat fully rearward. If the passenger seat height can be adjusted, move it to the upper most position. : Adjust the seatback angle to the most upright position. When installing a forward-facing child seat, if there is a gap between the child seat and the seatback, adjust the seatback angle...
  • Page 106 1-2. Child safety Detail information for child restraint systems installation (for ■ Malaysia only) Seating position Seat position number Seating position suitable for universal (Forward- belted (Yes/No) facing only) i-Size seating position (Yes/No) Seating position suitable for lateral fixture (L1/L2/No) Suitable rearward facing fixture R1, R2X, R1, R2X,...
  • Page 107 1-2. Child safety Fixture Description Full-height, forward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-height forward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-height forward-facing child restraint systems Full-size, rearward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-size, rearward-facing child restraint systems Reduced-size, rearward-facing child restraint systems Rearward-facing infant seat Left lateral-facing (carrycot) infant seat Right lateral-facing (carrycot) infant seat Junior seat Junior seat...
  • Page 108 1-2. Child safety Recommended child restraint systems and Compatibility table ■ (for Malaysia only) Seating position Recommended Child Restraint System i-Size child restraint i-Size MIDI (Yes/No) systems The child restraint systems mentioned in the table may not be avail- able outside the ASEAN area. When securing some types of child restraint systems in rear seat, it may not be possible to properly use the seat belts in positions next to the child restraint without interfering with it or affecting seat belt...
  • Page 109 1-2. Child safety Child restraint system installation method Confirm with the operation manual enclosed with the child restraint system about the installation of the child restraint system. Installation method Page Seat belt attach- P. 109 ment ISOFIX lower anchorage attach- P.
  • Page 110 1-2. Child safety Installing child restraint system using a seat belt ■ Install the child restraint system in accordance to the operation manual enclosed with the child restraint system. If the child restraint system on hand is not within the “universal” cat- egory (or the necessary information is not in the table), refer to the “Vehicle List”...
  • Page 111 You may need a locking clip to install the child restraint system. Follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer of the system. If your child restraint system does not provide a locking clip, you can purchase the following item from your Toyota dealer: Locking clip for child restraint system (Part No. 73119-22010) WARNING When installing a child restraint system ■...
  • Page 112 1-2. Child safety Child restraint system fixed with an ISOFIX lower anchorages ISOFIX lower anchorages (ISOFIX child restraint system) ■ Lower anchorages are provided for the rear outboard seats. (Tags displaying the location of the anchorages are attached to the seats.) Installation with ISOFIX lower anchorage (ISOFIX child ■...
  • Page 113 1-2. Child safety ■ When using a “TOYOTA DUO+” (except for Malaysia) Adjust it to the most reclined position. ■ When using a “MIDI 2” (except for Malaysia) Adjust the support leg and ISOFIX connectors as follows: Lock the ISOFIX connectors where number 3 can be seen.
  • Page 114 1-2. Child safety Using a top tether anchorages Top tether anchorages ■ Top tether anchorages are pro- vided for the outboard rear seat. Use top tether anchorages when fixing the top strap. Top tether anchorages Top strap Fixing the top strap to the top tether anchorages ■...
  • Page 115 1-2. Child safety WARNING When installing a child restraint system ■ Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury. Firmly attach the top strap and make sure that the belt is not twisted. ●...
  • Page 116: Engine Immobilizer System

    1-3. Theft deterrent system  Engine immobilizer system The vehicle’s keys have built-in transponder chips that prevent the engine from starting if a key has not been previously regis- tered in the vehicle’s on-board computer. Never leave the keys inside the vehicle when you leave the vehi- cle.
  • Page 117 1-3. Theft deterrent system ■ System maintenance The vehicle has a maintenance-free type engine immobilizer system. ■ Conditions that may cause the system to malfunction ● If the grip portion of the key is in contact with a metallic object If the key is in close proximity to or touching a key to the security system ●...
  • Page 118 1-3. Theft deterrent system ■ Certifications for the engine immobilizer system (vehicles without a smart entry & start system)  For vehicles sold in the Dominican Republic  For vehicles sold in Jamaica  For vehicles sold in Brazil VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 119 1-3. Theft deterrent system ■ Certifications for the engine immobilizer system (vehicles with a smart entry & start system)  For vehicles sold in the Dominican Republic  For vehicles sold in Singapore  For vehicles sold in Taiwan  For vehicles sold in Vietnam VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 120 1-3. Theft deterrent system  For vehicles sold in Brazil  For vehicles sold in Jamaica NOTICE ■ To ensure the system operates correctly Do not modify or remove the system. If modified or removed, the proper operation of the system cannot be guaranteed. VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 121: Alarm

    1-3. Theft deterrent system  Alarm The alarm The alarm uses light and sound to give an alert when an intrusion is detected. The alarm is triggered in the following situations when the alarm is set: ● A locked door or trunk is opened in any way other than using the entry function (vehicles with a smart entry &...
  • Page 122 1-3. Theft deterrent system Deactivating or stopping the alarm Do one of the following to deactivate or stop the alarm: ● Unlock the doors or trunk using the entry function (vehicles with a smart entry & start system) or wireless remote control. ●...
  • Page 123 1-3. Theft deterrent system ■ Triggering of the alarm The alarm may be triggered in the following situations: (Stopping the alarm deactivates the alarm system.) ● The doors are unlocked using the key (vehicles without a smart entry & start system) or mechanical key (vehicles with a smart entry &...
  • Page 124 1-3. Theft deterrent system Intrusion sensor (if equipped) The intrusion sensor detects intruders or movement in the vehicle. When an intruder or movement is detected, the alarm will be trig- gered. This system is designed to deter and prevent vehicle theft but does not guarantee absolute security against all intrusions.
  • Page 125 1-3. Theft deterrent system ■ Canceling and automatic re-enabling of the intrusion sensor ● The alarm will still be set even when the intrusion sensor is canceled. ● Vehicles without a smart entry & start system: After the intrusion sensor is canceled, turn the engine switch to the “ON”...
  • Page 126 1-3. Theft deterrent system ● Unstable items, such as dangling acces- sories or clothes hanging on the coat hooks, are in the vehicle. The vehicle is parked in a place where ● extreme vibrations or noises occur, such as in a parking garage. Ice or snow is removed from the vehicle, ●...
  • Page 127 Do not spray air fresheners or other ● products directly into the sensor holes. Installing accessories other than genuine Toyota parts or leaving objects ● between the driver’s seat and front passenger’s seat may reduce the detection performance.
  • Page 128 Instrument cluster Instrument cluster Warning lights and indicators ......128 Gauges and meters ...136 Drive monitor display ..140 Multi-information display ..144 VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 129: Indicators

    2. Instrument cluster Warning lights and indicators The warning lights and indicators on the instrument cluster and center panel inform the driver of the status of the vehicle’s vari- ous systems. For the purpose of explanation, the following illustration dis- plays all warning lights and indicators illuminated.
  • Page 130 2. Instrument cluster ● Vehicles with a multi-information display Vehicles without a Stop & Start system   Vehicles with a Stop & Start system The units used on the meters and some indicators may differ depend- ing on the target region. VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 131 2. Instrument cluster Warning lights Warning lights inform the driver of malfunctions in the indicated vehi- cle’s systems. 2, 3 Cruise control indicator Brake system warning (P. 277) light (P. 524) (Yellow) 1, 2 1, 3, 9 Charging system Stop & Start cancel warning light (P.
  • Page 132 There may be a malfunction in a system if a light does not come on, or if the lights do not turn off. Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer. : Vehicles with a drive monitor display : If equipped : The light turns on to indicate a malfunction.
  • Page 133 2. Instrument cluster Indicators The indicators inform the driver of the operating state of the vehicle’s various systems. 1, 5 Cruise control indicator Turn signal indicator (P. 275) (P. 247) (Green) 1, 5 Tail light indicator “SET” indicator (P. 250) (P.
  • Page 134 There may be a malfunction in a system if a light does not come on, or if the lights do not turn off. Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer. : The light flashes to indicate that the system is operating.
  • Page 135 2. Instrument cluster ■ Eco Driving Indicator Light (if equipped) Vehicles with a manual transmission: During Eco-friendly acceleration and in Eco-friendly shift position (Eco driving), Eco Driving Indicator Light will turn on. When the accelerator pedal is depressed excessively, or when the vehicle is stopped, the light turns off.
  • Page 136 Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer immedi- ately if this occurs.
  • Page 137: Gauges And Meters

    2. Instrument cluster Gauges and meters  Vehicles with a drive monitor display Vehicles with a multi-information display  VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 138 2. Instrument cluster Tachometer Displays the engine speed in revolutions per minute. Speedometer Displays the vehicle speed. Outside temperature display Displays the outside temperature within the range of -40 °C (-40 °F) to 50 °C (122° F). Vehicles with a multi-information display: Low outside temperature indicator comes on when the ambient tempera- ture is 3 °C (37 °F) or lower.
  • Page 139 2. Instrument cluster Changing the display  Vehicles with a drive monitor display  P. 140 Vehicles with a multi-information display  Switches the items of the odome- ter and trip meter display by pressing the “TRIP” switch. When the trip meter is displayed, pressing and holding the “TRIP”...
  • Page 140 ● When “--” is displayed, the system may be malfunctioning. Take your vehicle to your Toyota dealer. The temperature range that can be displayed is from -40 °C (-40 °F) to ● 50 °C (122 °F).
  • Page 141: Drive Monitor Display

    2. Instrument cluster  Drive monitor display Display contents  Clock ( P. 138) Outside temperature display  P. 139) Shift position and gear step position indicator  P. 232, 234, 235, 240)  Drive information ( P. 141) Changing the display Items displayed can be switched by pressing the button.
  • Page 142 2. Instrument cluster Drive information Odometer and trip meter display ■ P. 137 Stop & Start system total operation time (if equipped) ■ Displays the total amount of time that the engine has been stopped due to operation of the Stop & Start system since the system was last reset.
  • Page 143 2. Instrument cluster Instrument cluster light control (if equipped) The brightness level of the instrument cluster can be adjusted when the Instrument cluster light customization display is displayed. Pressing and holding the display change button for more than 1 second will adjust the brightness.
  • Page 144 2. Instrument cluster ■ When disconnecting and reconnecting battery terminals The following information data will be reset. ● Average fuel consumption ● Driving range Average vehicle speed ● ■ Liquid crystal display Small spots or light spots may appear on the display. This phenomenon is characteristic of liquid crystal display, and there is no problem continuing to use the display.
  • Page 145: Multi-Information Display

    2. Instrument cluster  Multi-information display Display contents The multi-information display presents the driver with a variety of vehi- cle data. ● Menu icons Displays the following informa- tion when an icon is selected. (P. 144) Some of the information may be displayed automatically depending on the situation.
  • Page 146 2. Instrument cluster Driving Information Items displayed can be switched by pressing “<” or “>” of the meter control switches to select and pressing “” or “”. ● Average fuel consumption (after reset/after start) Displays the average fuel consumption since the function was reset, or the engine was started.
  • Page 147 2. Instrument cluster Eco information Items displayed can be switched by pressing “” or “” of the meter control switches to select and pressing “” or “” Eco Driving Indicator Zone Display (if equipped) ■  P. 149 Eco Savings (if equipped) ■...
  • Page 148 2. Instrument cluster Past Record ■ Displays average fuel consumption history. The current month, the last 3 months and the same month last year are displayed, enabling a comparison to be made. The function can be reset via the option screen. Press and hold display option screen.
  • Page 149 2. Instrument cluster Settings Items displayed can be switched by pressing “<” or “>” of the meter control switches to select and pressing “” or “” Language ■ Select to change the language on the display. Units ■ Select to change the unit of measure for the multi-information dis- play.
  • Page 150 2. Instrument cluster ■ Pop-up guidance In some situations, such as when a switch operation is performed, a pop-up guidance will be temporarily displayed on the multi-information display. The pop-up guidance function can be set on/off. ■ Setting display automatic cancelation “Settings”...
  • Page 151 2. Instrument cluster ■ Trip Summary Display When the engine switch is turned off, each of the following will be displayed on the multi-information display, and will extinguish after approximately 30 seconds. ● Distance ● Elapsed time Average fuel consumption ●...
  • Page 152 Operation of each component 3-1. Key information Keys........152 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Doors .........161 Trunk........168 Smart entry & start system .....173 3-3. Adjusting the seats Front seats......184 Rear seats (fold-down type)....186 Head restraints ....189 3-4. Adjusting the steering wheel and mirrors Steering wheel ....191 Inside rear view mirror ..193...
  • Page 153: Key Information Keys

    3-1. Key information Keys The keys The following keys are provided with the vehicle.  Vehicles without a smart entry & start system (type A) Keys Key number plate  Vehicles without a smart entry & start system (type B) Key (with a wireless remote control function) Operating the wireless remote con-...
  • Page 154 3-1. Key information  Vehicles without a smart entry & start system (type D) Master key (with a wireless remote control function) Operating the wireless remote con- trol function Master key (without a wireless remote control function) Valet key (without a wireless remote control function) Key number plate ...
  • Page 155 3-1. Key information  Vehicles without a smart entry & start system (type G) Master keys Valet key Wireless remote control Operating the wireless remote con- trol function Key number plate Vehicles without a smart entry & start system (type H) ...
  • Page 156 3-1. Key information Wireless remote control (if equipped)  Vehicles without a smart entry & start system (type A) Locks all the doors (P. 161) Unlocks all the doors (P. 161) Open the trunk (press and hold) (P. 169)  Vehicles without a smart entry &...
  • Page 157 ■ If you lose your keys New genuine keys can be made by your Toyota dealer using the other key and the key number stamped on your key number plate. Keep the plate in a safe place such as your wallet, not in the vehicle.
  • Page 158 Vehicles with a smart entry & start system P. 178 ■ Replacing the battery P. 479 Confirmation of the registered key number ■ The number of keys already registered to the vehicle can be confirmed. Ask your Toyota dealer for details. VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 159 3-1. Key information ■ Certification for wireless remote control  For vehicles sold in Taiwan  For vehicles sold in Vietnam  For vehicles sold in Jamaica  For vehicles sold in Pakistan VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 160 3-1. Key information  For vehicles sold in Brazil VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 161 Take your vehicle with all the electronic keys provided with your vehicle to your Toyota dealer. ■ When a key is lost If the key remains lost, the risk of vehicle theft increases significantly. Visit your Toyota dealer immediately with all remaining keys that were provided with your vehicle. VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 162 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Doors The vehicle can be locked and unlocked using the entry func- tion, wireless remote control, key or door lock switch. Unlocking and locking the doors from the outside ◆ Entry function (vehicles with a smart entry & start system) While carrying the electronic key, press the button to lock and unlock.
  • Page 163 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors  Vehicles with a smart entry & start system Locks all the doors Check that the door is securely locked. Unlocks all the doors ◆ Keys Vehicles without a smart entry & start system ...
  • Page 164 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors ■ Impact detection door lock release system (if equipped) In the event that the vehicle is subject to a strong impact, all the doors are unlocked. Depending on the force of the impact or the type of accident, how- ever, the system may not operate.
  • Page 165 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Unlocking and locking the doors from the inside ◆ Door lock switches (if equipped) Locks all the doors Unlocks all the doors ◆ Inside lock buttons Locks the door Unlocks the door The driver’s door can be opened by pulling the inside handle even if the lock button is in the lock position.
  • Page 166 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Locking the front doors from the outside without a key Move the inside lock button to the lock position. Close the door while pulling the door handle. Vehicles without a smart entry & start system (equipped with a ...
  • Page 167 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Automatic door locking and unlocking systems (if equipped) The following functions can be set or canceled: Function Operation All the doors are automatically locked when vehicle speed Speed linked door locking function approximately 20 km/h (12 mph) or higher.
  • Page 168 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors ■ Impact detection door lock release system (if equipped) In the event that the vehicle is subject to a strong impact, all the doors are unlocked. Depending on the force of the impact or the type of accident, however, the system may not operate.
  • Page 169: Trunk

    3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Trunk The trunk can be opened using the trunk opener, entry function, wireless remote control or key. Opening the trunk from inside the vehicle Release the trunk lid. Opening the trunk from outside the vehicle ◆...
  • Page 170 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors ◆ Wireless remote control (if equipped)  Vehicles without a smart entry & start system (type A) Press and hold the switch.  Vehicles without a smart entry & start system (type B) Press and hold the switch.
  • Page 171 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors ◆ Key (vehicles without a wireless remote control and smart entry & start system) Turn the key clockwise to release the trunk lid. ■ Operation signals (vehicles with a smart entry & start system) Except for Malaysia, India, Egypt: A buzzer sounds to indicate that the trunk has been unlocked.
  • Page 172 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors WARNING Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury. ■ Before driving Make sure that the trunk lid is fully closed. If the trunk lid is not fully closed, ●...
  • Page 173 ● Do not attach any accessories other than genuine Toyota parts to the trunk lid. Such additional weight on the trunk lid may cause the lid to suddenly shut again after it is opened.
  • Page 174: Smart Entry & Start System

    3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors  Smart entry & start system The following operations can be performed simply by carrying the electronic key on your person, for example in your pocket. The driver should always carry the electronic key. ●...
  • Page 175 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors ■ Effective range (areas within which the electronic key is detected)  Left-hand drive vehicles  Right-hand drive vehicles When locking or unlocking the doors The system can be operated when the electronic key is within about 0.7 m (2.3 ft.) either of the outside front door handles.
  • Page 176 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Alarm Situation/Correction procedure An attempt was made to lock any door by open- ing a door and putting the inside lock button into Interior alarm pings the lock position, then closing the door by pulling once and exterior alarm on the outside door handle with the electronic key sounds once for 5 sec-...
  • Page 177 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors ■ Battery-saving function The battery-saving function will be activated in order to prevent the electronic key battery and the battery from being discharged while the vehicle is not in operation for a long time. ■...
  • Page 178 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors ● When other wireless keys (that emit radio waves) are being used nearby ● When carrying the electronic key together with the following devices that emit radio waves • Portable radio, cellular phone, cordless phone or other wireless commu- nication device •...
  • Page 179 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors ■ When the vehicle is not driven for extended periods To prevent theft of the vehicle, do not leave the electronic key within 2 m ● (6 ft.) of the vehicle. The smart entry & start system can be deactivated in advance. (P. 615) ●...
  • Page 180 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors ■ When the electronic key battery is fully depleted P. 479 Customization that can be configured at Toyota dealer ■ Settings (e. g. smart entry & start system) can be changed. (Customizable features: P. 615) If the smart entry &...
  • Page 181 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors ■ Certification for the smart entry & start system  For vehicles sold in the Dominican Republic  For vehicles sold in Singapore  For vehicles sold in Taiwan  For vehicles sold in Pakistan VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 182 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors  For vehicles sold in Vietnam  For vehicles sold in United Arab Emirates  For vehicles sold in Jamaica VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 183 3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors  For vehicles sold in Brazil VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 184 (P. 173) The radio waves may affect the operation of such devices. If necessary, the entry function can be disabled. Ask your Toyota dealer for details, such as the frequency of radio waves and timing of the emitted radio waves.
  • Page 185: Adjusting The Seats Front Seats

    3-3. Adjusting the seats Front seats Adjustment procedure Manual seat  Seat position adjustment lever Seatback angle adjustment lever Vertical height adjustment lever (if equipped) : Driver’s seat only VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 186 3-3. Adjusting the seats  Power seat (driver’s seat only) Seat position adjustment switch Seatback angle adjustment switch Seat cushion (front) angle adjustment switch Vertical height adjustment switch WARNING When adjusting the seat position ■ ● Take care when adjusting the seat position to ensure that other passen- gers are not injured by the moving seat.
  • Page 187 3-3. Adjusting the seats Rear seats (fold-down type) The seatbacks of the rear seats can be folded down. Folding down the rear seatbacks Lower the rear center seat head restraint to the lowest position. (P. 189) Stow the rear center seat belt buckles as shown.
  • Page 188 3-3. Adjusting the seats Returning rear seatbacks Lift up the seatback until it locks. Remove the seat belt from guide ■ If the seat belt interferes with luggage on the folded seats, remove the seat belt from the guide. Make sure to pass the seat belt through the guide, when the seat belt is being used.
  • Page 189 3-3. Adjusting the seats WARNING After returning the rear seatback to the upright position ■ Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury. Make sure that the seatback is securely ● locked in position by lightly pushing it back and forth.
  • Page 190: Head Restraints

    3-3. Adjusting the seats Head restraints Head restraints are provided for all seats. Adjusting the head restraints (front seats and rear center seat) Pull the head restraints up. Down Push the head restraint down while pressing the lock release button. Lock release button Removing the head restraints...
  • Page 191 3-3. Adjusting the seats ■ Adjusting the height of the head restraints (front seats) Make sure that the head restraints are adjusted so that the center of the head restraint is closest to the top of your ears. Adjusting the rear center seat head restraint ■...
  • Page 192 3-4. Adjusting the steering wheel and mirrors Steering wheel Adjustment procedure Hold the steering wheel and push the lever down. Adjust to the ideal position by moving the steering wheel verti- cally. After adjustment, pull the lever up to secure the steering wheel. Horn To sound the horn, press on or close to the...
  • Page 193 3-4. Adjusting the steering wheel and mirrors ■ After adjusting the steering wheel Make sure that the steering wheel is securely locked. The horn may not sound if the steering wheel is not securely locked. WARNING Caution while driving ■ Do not adjust the steering wheel while driving.
  • Page 194: Inside Rear View Mirror

    3-4. Adjusting the steering wheel and mirrors Inside rear view mirror The rear view mirror’s position can be adjusted to enable suffi- cient confirmation of the rear view. Adjusting the height of rear view mirror (if equipped) The height of the rear view mirror can be adjusted to suit your driving posture.
  • Page 195 3-4. Adjusting the steering wheel and mirrors  Auto anti-glare inside rear view mirror Responding to the level of brightness of the headlights of vehicles behind, the reflected light is automatically reduced. Changing automatic anti-glare function mode ON/OFF When the automatic anti-glare function is in ON mode, the indica- tor illuminates.
  • Page 196: Outside Rear View Mirrors

    3-4. Adjusting the steering wheel and mirrors Outside rear view mirrors Adjustment procedure Manually-adjustable type  Adjust the mirror up, down, in or out by pushing the mirror surface.  Power-adjustable type To select a mirror to adjust, turn the switch. Left Right To adjust the mirror, operate the...
  • Page 197 3-4. Adjusting the steering wheel and mirrors Folding the mirrors  Manual type Push the mirror back in the direc- tion of the vehicle’s rear.  Power type Press the switch. Folds the mirrors Extends the mirrors This type can also be folded manu- ally.
  • Page 198 3-4. Adjusting the steering wheel and mirrors WARNING Important points while driving ■ Observe the following precautions while driving. Failure to do so may result in loss of control of the vehicle and cause an accident, resulting in death or serious injury. Do not adjust the mirrors while driving.
  • Page 199: Moon Roof Power Windows

    3-5. Opening and closing the windows and moon roof Power windows Opening and closing procedures The power windows can be opened and closed using the switches. Operating the switch moves the windows as follows: Type A  Closing One-touch closing (driver’s win- dow only) Opening One-touch opening...
  • Page 200 3-5. Opening and closing the windows and moon roof Window lock switch Press the switch to lock the pas- senger window switches. Use this switch to prevent children from accidentally opening or clos- ing a passenger window. ■ The power windows can be operated when ...
  • Page 201 If you release the switch while the window is moving, start again from the beginning. If the window continues to close but then re-open slightly even after perform- ing the above procedure correctly, have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer. VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 202 3-5. Opening and closing the windows and moon roof WARNING Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury. ■ Closing the windows The driver is responsible for all the power window operations, including the ●...
  • Page 203: Moon Roof

    3-5. Opening and closing the windows and moon roof  Moon roof Use the overhead switches to open and close the moon roof and tilt it up and down. Opening and closing Opens the moon roof The moon roof stops slightly before the fully open position to reduce wind noise.
  • Page 204 3-5. Opening and closing the windows and moon roof ■ The moon roof can be operated when The engine switch is in IGNITION ON mode. ■ Jam protection function If an object is detected between the moon roof and the frame while closing or tilting down, travel is stopped and the moon roof opens slightly.
  • Page 205 3-5. Opening and closing the windows and moon roof WARNING Observe the following precautions. Failing to do so may cause death or serious injury. ■ Opening the moon roof Do not allow any passengers to put their hands or heads outside the vehi- ●...
  • Page 206 (vehicles with a smart 4-5. Using the driving support entry & start system)..223 systems Continuously variable Cruise control.....275 transmission Toyota parking (except for Thailand)..232 assist-sensor ....279 Continuously variable Stop & Start system ...288 transmission Driving assist systems ..296 (for Thailand) ....240 4-6.
  • Page 207: Driving The Vehicle

    4-1. Before driving Driving the vehicle The following procedures should be observed to ensure safe driving: Starting the engine P. 220, 223 Driving  Continuously variable transmission With the brake pedal depressed, shift the shift lever to D. (P. 232, 240) Release the parking brake.
  • Page 208 4-1. Before driving Parking the vehicle  Continuously variable transmission With the shift lever in D, depress the brake pedal. Set the parking brake (P. 249), and shift the shift lever to P (P. 232, 240). Vehicles without a smart entry & start system: Turn the engine switch to the “LOCK”...
  • Page 209 4-1. Before driving Starting off on a steep uphill  Continuously variable transmission Firmly set the parking brake with the brake pedal depressed, and then shift the shift lever to D. Release the brake pedal and gently depress the accelerator pedal. Release the parking brake.
  • Page 210 Restraining the engine output (Brake Override System) When the accelerator and brake pedals are depressed at the same time, the engine output may be restrained. Breaking in your new Toyota ■ To extend the life of the vehicle, observing the following precautions is recom-...
  • Page 211 4-1. Before driving WARNING Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury. ■ When starting the vehicle (vehicles with a continuously variable trans- mission) Always keep your foot on the brake pedal while stopped with the engine running.
  • Page 212 4-1. Before driving WARNING Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury. ■ When driving on slippery road surfaces Sudden braking, acceleration and steering may cause tire slippage and ● reduce your ability to control the vehicle. Sudden acceleration, engine braking due to shifting, or changes in engine ●...
  • Page 213 ■ If you hear a squealing or scraping noise (brake pad wear indicators) Have the brake pads checked and replaced by your Toyota dealer as soon as possible. Rotor damage may result if the pads are not replaced when needed.
  • Page 214 4-1. Before driving WARNING Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury. ■ When the vehicle is parked Do not leave glasses, cigarette lighters, spray cans, or soft drink cans in ● the vehicle when it is in the sun. Doing so may result in the following: •...
  • Page 215 4-1. Before driving WARNING Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury. ■ When taking a nap in the vehicle Always turn the engine off. Otherwise, if you accidentally move the shift lever or depress the accelerator pedal, this could cause an accident or fire due to engine overheating.
  • Page 216 4-1. Before driving NOTICE When driving the vehicle ■  Vehicles with a continuously variable transmission ● Do not depress the accelerator and brake pedals at the same time during driving, as this may restrain engine output. Do not use the accelerator pedal or depress the accelerator and brake ●...
  • Page 217 Short in electrical components Engine damage caused by water immersion ● In the event that you drive on a flooded road and the vehicle is flooded, be sure to have your Toyota dealer check the following: Brake function ● ●...
  • Page 218: Cargo And Luggage

    4-1. Before driving Cargo and luggage Take notice of the following information about storage precau- tions, cargo capacity and load: WARNING ■ Things that must not be carried in the trunk The following things may cause a fire if loaded in the trunk: Receptacles containing gasoline ●...
  • Page 219 4-1. Before driving WARNING Load and distribution ■ ● Do not overload your vehicle. ● Do not apply loads unevenly. Improper loading may cause deterioration of steering or braking control which may cause death or serious injury. VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 220: Trailer Towing

    Trailer towing Toyota does not recommend towing a trailer with your vehicle. Toyota also does not recommend the installation of a tow hitch or the use of a tow hitch carrier for a wheelchair, scooter, bicy- cle, etc. Your vehicle is not designed for trailer towing or for the use of tow hitch mounted carriers.
  • Page 221: Engine (Ignition) Switch

    4-2. Driving procedures Engine (ignition) switch (vehicles without a smart entry & start system) Starting the engine Check that the parking brake is set. Check that the shift lever is set in P (continuously variable transmis- sion) or N (manual transmission). ...
  • Page 222 ■ If the engine does not start (vehicles with an engine immobilizer system) The engine immobilizer system may not have been deactivated. (P. 115) Contact your Toyota dealer. ■ When the steering lock cannot be released When starting the engine, the engine switch may seem stuck in the “LOCK”...
  • Page 223 Do not crank the engine for more than 30 seconds at a time. This may ● overheat the starter and wiring system. ● Do not race a cold engine. If the engine becomes difficult to start or stalls frequently, have your vehi- ● cle checked by your Toyota dealer immediately. VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 224: Continuously Variable

    4-2. Driving procedures Engine (ignition) switch (vehicles with a smart entry & start system) Performing the following operations when carrying the elec- tronic key on your person starts the engine or changes engine switch mode. Starting the engine Check that the parking brake is set. Check that the shift lever is set in P (continuously variable transmis- sion) or N.
  • Page 225 4-2. Driving procedures  Vehicles with a multi-information display Firmly depress the brake pedal (continuously variable transmis- sion) or clutch pedal (manual transmission). and message will be displayed on the multi-information display. If it is not displayed, the engine cannot be started. Press the engine switch shortly and firmly.
  • Page 226 4-2. Driving procedures Stopping the engine  Continuously variable transmission Stop the vehicle. Set the parking brake (P. 249), and shift the shift lever to P. Press the engine switch. Vehicles with drive monitor display: Release the brake pedal and check that the smart entry &...
  • Page 227 4-2. Driving procedures Changing engine switch modes Modes can be changed by pressing the engine switch with brake pedal (continuously variable transmission) or clutch pedal (manual transmission) released. (The mode changes each time the switch is pressed.)  Vehicles with a drive monitor display The emergency flashers can be used.
  • Page 228 4-2. Driving procedures  Vehicles with a multi-information display The emergency flashers can be used. The multi-information display will not be displayed. ACCESSORY mode Some electrical components such as the audio system can be used. “ACCESSORY” will be displayed on the multi-information display. IGNITION ON mode All electrical components can be used.
  • Page 229 4-2. Driving procedures When stopping the engine with the shift lever in a position other than P (vehicles with a continuously variable transmission) If the engine is stopped with the shift lever in a position other than P, the engine switch will not be turned off but instead be turned to ACCESSORY mode.
  • Page 230 If the engine does not start The engine immobilizer system may not have been deactivated. (P. 115) ● Contact your Toyota dealer. ● Vehicles with a continuously variable transmission: Check that the shift lever is securely set in P or N. The engine may not start if the shift lever is dis- placed out of P or N.
  • Page 231 4-2. Driving procedures ■ If the system is malfunctioning P. 526, 535 If the electronic key battery is depleted ■ P. 479 Operation of the engine switch ■ If the switch is not pressed shortly and firmly, the engine switch mode may ●...
  • Page 232 ● ● If the engine becomes difficult to start or stalls frequently, have your vehi- cle checked by your Toyota dealer immediately. Symptoms indicating a malfunction with the engine switch ■ If the engine switch seems to be operating somewhat differently than usual, such as the switch sticking slightly, there may be a malfunction.
  • Page 233 4-2. Driving procedures Continuously variable transmission  (except for Thailand) Shifting the shift lever Vehicles without a smart entry & start system  While the engine switch is in the “ON” position, move the shift lever with the brake pedal depressed. When shifting the shift lever between P and D, make sure that the vehicle is completely stopped.
  • Page 234 4-2. Driving procedures Shift position purpose Shift position Function Parking the vehicle or starting the engine Reversing Neutral (Condition in which the power is not transmitted) Normal driving 7-speed sport sequential shiftmatic mode driving (P. 235) : To improve fuel consumption and reduce noises, set the shift lever in the D position for normal driving.
  • Page 235 4-2. Driving procedures Sport mode ■ Use sport mode for sporty driving or driving in mountainous regions. Press the “SPORT” button to select sport mode. The “SPORT” indicator light will come on. Press the button again to cancel sport mode. Temporally gear steps selection mode in the D position (vehicles with paddle shift switches) To drive in temporary gear steps selection mode, operate the “-”...
  • Page 236 4-2. Driving procedures Changing gear steps in the M position To enter 7-speed sport sequential shiftmatic mode, shift the lever to M. Gear steps can then be selected by operating the shift lever or paddle shift switches (if equipped), allowing you to drive in the gear step of your choosing.
  • Page 237 M This may indicate a malfunction in the continuously variable transmission system. Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer immediately. (In this situation, the transmission will operate in the same manner as when the shift lever is in D.)
  • Page 238 4-2. Driving procedures ■ Downshift restriction warning buzzer To help ensure safety and driving performance, downshifting operation may sometimes be restricted. In some circumstances, downshifting may not be possible even when the shift lever or shift switches (if equipped) switches are operated.
  • Page 239 If the shift lever cannot be shifted with your foot on the brake pedal, there may be a problem with the shift lock system. Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer immediately. The following steps may be used as an emergency measure to ensure that the shift lever can be shifted.
  • Page 240 4-2. Driving procedures  Type B Set the parking brake. Vehicles without a smart entry & start system: Turn the engine switch to the “LOCK” position. Vehicles with a smart entry & start system: Turn the engine switch off. Depress the brake pedal. Press the shift lock override button.
  • Page 241 4-2. Driving procedures Continuously variable transmission (for Thailand) Shifting the shift lever Vehicles without a smart entry & start system  While the engine switch is in the “ON” position, move the shift lever with the brake pedal depressed. When shifting the shift lever between P and D, make sure that the vehicle is completely stopped.
  • Page 242 4-2. Driving procedures Shift position purpose Shift position Function Parking the vehicle or starting the engine Reversing Neutral (Condition in which the power is not transmitted) Normal driving Engine braking Maximum engine braking : Shifting to the D position allows the system to select a gear suitable for the driving conditions.
  • Page 243 If the shift lever cannot be shifted with your foot on the brake pedal, there may be a problem with the shift lock system. Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer immediately. The following steps may be used as an emergency measure to ensure that the shift lever can be shifted.
  • Page 244: Manual Transmission

    4-2. Driving procedures  Manual transmission Shifting the shift lever 5-speed transmission  Fully depress the clutch pedal before operating the shift lever, and then release it slowly. If it is difficult to shift in reverse, shift the shift lever to N, release the clutch pedal momentarily, and then try again.
  • Page 245 4-2. Driving procedures  6-speed transmission Fully depress the clutch pedal before operating the shift lever, and then release it slowly. Shifting the shift lever to R (6-speed transmission) Shift the shift lever to R while lift- ing up the ring section. VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 246 4-2. Driving procedures ■ Maximum allowable speeds Observe the following maximum allowable speeds in each gear when maxi- mum acceleration is necessary.  5-speed transmission km/h (mph) Shift position 2NR-FE 47 (29) 87 (54) 127 (79) 171 (106) engine Maximum speed 1NR-FE 48 (30)
  • Page 247 4-2. Driving procedures NOTICE To prevent damage to the transmission (6-speed transmission) ■ ● Do not shift the shift lever to R without depressing the clutch pedal. ● Do not lift up the ring section except when shifting the lever to R. ●...
  • Page 248: Turn Signal Lever

    4-2. Driving procedures Turn signal lever Operation instructions Left-hand drive vehicles  Right turn Lane change to the right (push and hold the lever partway) The right hand signals will flash until you release the lever. Lane change to the left (push and hold the lever partway) The left hand signals will flash until you release the lever.
  • Page 249 4-2. Driving procedures  Right-hand drive vehicles Left turn Lane change to the left (push and hold the lever partway) The left hand signals will flash until you release the lever. Lane change to the right (push and hold the lever partway) The right hand signals will flash until you release the lever.
  • Page 250: Parking Brake

    4-2. Driving procedures Parking brake Operation instructions To set the parking brake, fully pull the parking brake lever while depressing the brake pedal. To release the parking brake, slightly raise the lever and lower it completely while press- ing the button. ■...
  • Page 251: Headlight Switch

    4-3. Operating the lights and wipers Headlight switch The headlights can be operated manually. Operation instructions Operating the switch turns on the lights as follows:  Type A Vehicles without daytime running light system: Off Vehicles with daytime running light system: The daytime running lights...
  • Page 252 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers  Type B The headlights, daytime running lights (if equipped) (P. 256) and all the lights listed below turn on and off automatically. (When the engine switch is in the “ON” position [vehi- cles without a smart entry &...
  • Page 253 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers  Type C The front position, tail, license plate and instru- ment panel lights turn on. The headlights and all lights listed above turn on. VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 254 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers  Type D The headlights, daytime running lights (if equipped) (P. 256) and all the lights listed below turn on and off automatically. (When the engine switch is in the “ON” position [vehi- cles without a smart entry &...
  • Page 255 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers Follow me home system (if equipped) This system allows the headlights to be turned on for 30 seconds when the engine switch is turned off. Pull the lever toward you and release it with the light switch in after turning the engine switch off.
  • Page 256 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers Manual headlight leveling dial (if equipped) The level of the headlights can be adjusted according to the number of passengers and the loading condition of the vehicle. Raises the level of the head- lights Lowers the level of the head- lights Guide to dial settings...
  • Page 257 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers ■ Daytime running light system (if equipped) To make your vehicle more visible to other drivers during daytime driving, the daytime running lights turn on automatically whenever the engine is started and the parking brake is released with the headlight switch to Daytime running lights are not designed for use at night.
  • Page 258 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers ■ Battery-saving function (vehicles with a power door lock system) In all conditions following below, the headlights and the other remaining lights will go off automatically after 20 minutes in order to prevent the vehicle bat- tery from being discharged: ●...
  • Page 259: Fog Light Switch

    4-3. Operating the lights and wipers  Fog light switch The fog lights secure excellent visibility in difficult driving con- ditions, such as in rain and fog. Operation instructions Front fog light switch ■ Type A  Turns the front fog lights Turns the front fog lights ...
  • Page 260 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers  Type B Turns the front fog lights Turns the front fog lights Rear fog light switch ■  Type A Turns the rear fog light Turns the rear fog light On some models: Releasing the switch ring returns it to Operating the switch ring again turns only the rear fog...
  • Page 261 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers  Type B Turns the rear fog light Turns the rear fog light Releasing the switch ring returns it to Operating the switch ring again turns only the rear fog lights off. Front and rear fog light switch ■...
  • Page 262 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers  Type B Turns the front and rear fog lights off Turns the front fog lights Turns both front and rear fog lights on Releasing the switch ring returns it to Operating the switch ring again turns only the rear fog lights off.
  • Page 263: Windshield Wipers And Washer

    4-3. Operating the lights and wipers Windshield wipers and washer Operating the wiper lever Operating the lever operates the wipers or washer as follows. Without intermittent windshield wipers ■ Type A  Low speed windshield wiper operation High speed windshield wiper operation Temporary operation Washer operation...
  • Page 264 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers  Type B Low speed windshield wiper operation High speed windshield wiper operation Temporary operation Washer operation Pulling the lever operates the washer. VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 265 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers Intermittent windshield wipers ■ Type A  Intermittent windshield wiper operation Low speed windshield wiper operation High speed windshield wiper operation Temporary operation Washer/wiper dual operation Pulling the lever operates the wipers and washer. Wipers will automatically oper- ate a couple of times after the washer squirts.
  • Page 266 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers Interval adjustment type only: Wiper intervals can be adjusted when intermittent operation is selected. Increases intermittent windshield wiper frequency Decreases the intermittent windshield wiper frequency Type B  Intermittent windshield wiper operation Low speed windshield wiper operation High speed windshield wiper operation...
  • Page 267 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers Interval adjustment type only: Wiper intervals can be adjusted when intermittent operation is selected. Increases intermittent windshield wiper frequency Decreases the intermittent windshield wiper frequency Rain-sensing windshield wipers ■ When is selected, the wiper will operate automatically when the sensor detects falling rain.
  • Page 268 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers Increases the sensitivity Decreases the sensitivity Washer/wiper dual operation Pulling the lever operates the wipers and washer. The wiper will automatically operate a couple of times after the washer squirts. (After operating several times, the wiper operate one more time after a short delay to prevent dripping.)
  • Page 269 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers Increases the sensitivity Decreases the sensitivity Washer/wiper dual operation Pulling the lever operates the wipers and washer. The wiper will automatically operate a couple of times after the washer squirts. (After operating several times, the wiper operate one more time after a short delay to prevent dripping.)
  • Page 270 4-3. Operating the lights and wipers ■ The windshield wipers and washer can be operated when  Vehicles without a smart entry & start system The engine switch is in the “ON” position.  Vehicles with a smart entry & start system The engine switch is in IGNITION ON mode.
  • Page 271 Damage to the washer fluid pump may be caused if the lever is pulled toward you and held continually. When a nozzle becomes blocked ■ In this case, contact your Toyota dealer. Do not try to clear it with a pin or other object. The nozzle will be damaged. VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 272: Opening The Fuel Tank Cap

    4-4. Refueling Opening the fuel tank cap Perform the following steps to open the fuel tank cap: Before refueling the vehicle ● Vehicles without a smart entry & start system: Turn the engine switch to the “LOCK” position and ensure that all the doors and windows are closed.
  • Page 273 4-4. Refueling WARNING When refueling the vehicle ■ Observe the following precautions while refueling the vehicle. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury. After exiting the vehicle and before opening the fuel door, touch an ● unpainted metal surface to discharge any static electricity.
  • Page 274 4-4. Refueling NOTICE Refueling ■ ● Do not spill fuel during refueling. Doing so may damage the vehicle, such as causing the emission control system to operate abnormally, or damaging fuel system components or the vehicle’s painted surface. 2NR-FBE engine only: Fill the fuel tank with a full tank of gasoline at least ●...
  • Page 275 WARNING ■ When replacing the fuel tank cap Do not use anything but a genuine Toyota fuel tank cap designed for your vehicle. Doing so may cause a fire or other incident which may result in death or serious injury.
  • Page 276 4-5. Using the driving support systems  Cruise control Summary of functions Use the cruise control to maintain a set speed without depressing the accelerator pedal. Indicators Cruise control switch Setting the vehicle speed Press the “ON-OFF” button to activate the cruise control. Cruise control indicator will come Press the button again to deacti- vate the cruise control.
  • Page 277 4-5. Using the driving support systems Adjusting the set speed To change the set speed, operate the lever until the desired set speed is obtained. Increases the speed Decreases the speed Fine adjustment: Momentarily move the lever in the desired direc- tion.
  • Page 278 If the cruise control speed cannot be set or if the cruise control cancels imme- diately after being activated, there may be a malfunction in the cruise control system. Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer. If “Cruise Control Malfunction Visit Your Dealer” is displayed on the ■...
  • Page 279 4-5. Using the driving support systems WARNING To avoid operating the cruise control by mistake ■ Switch the cruise control off using the “ON-OFF” button when not in use. ■ Situations unsuitable for cruise control Do not use cruise control in any of the following situations. Doing so may result in loss of control and could cause an accident resulting in death or serious injury.
  • Page 280: Toyota Parking Assist-Sensor

    4-5. Using the driving support systems  Toyota parking assist-sensor The Toyota parking assist-sensor is a supplemental device to assist the driver when parking. The distance from your vehicle to nearby obstacles when parallel parking or maneuvering into a garage is measured by the sensors and communicated via a buzzer.
  • Page 281 4-5. Using the driving support systems Toyota parking assist-sensor switch Turn Toyota parking assist-sensor On/off When on, the indicator light comes on to inform the driver that the sys- tem is operational. Display (6 sensor models) When the sensors detect an obstacle, a graphic is shown on the multi- information display depending on the position and distance to the obstacle.
  • Page 282 4-5. Using the driving support systems The distance display and buzzer When a sensor detects an obstacle, the direction of and the approxi- mate distance to the obstacle are displayed and the buzzer sounds. The volume and timing of the buzzer can be changed. (P. 615) Front corner sensors (6 sensor models) ■...
  • Page 283 4-5. Using the driving support systems Rear corner sensors (6 sensor models) ■ Approximate distance to Multi-information Buzzer obstacle display 60 to 45 cm Intermittent (2.0 to 1.5 ft.) 45 to 35 cm Fast intermittent (1.5 to 1.1 ft.) Less than 35 cm Continuous (1.1 ft.) VIOS_OM_GE_OM52L06E(TMT)_OM99V20b(TDB)_OM52L61E(TMP)_0D053(IMC)
  • Page 284 4-5. Using the driving support systems Rear center sensors ■ Approximate distance to Multi-information Buzzer obstacle display 150 to 65 cm Intermittent (4.9 to 2.1 ft.) 65 to 50 cm Fast intermittent (2.1 to 1.6 ft.) 50 to 40 cm Very fast intermittent (1.6 to 1.3 ft.) Less than 40 cm...
  • Page 285 ■ The Toyota parking assist-sensor can be operated when Vehicles without a smart entry & start system: The engine switch is in the “ON” position. Vehicles with a smart entry & start system: The engine switch is in IGNITION ON mode.
  • Page 286 • There is ice, snow or mud on a sensor. • A sensor is frozen. If the sensor is deiced, the Toyota parking assist-sen- sor will work properly. • A sensor is covered with something.
  • Page 287 When the system malfunctions If the buzzer sounds when there is no obstacle, clean the sensors with soft cloth. If the buzzer does not stop after cleaning the sensor, contact your Toyota dealer. ■ Customization (6 sensor models only) Setting of buzzer volume and sensor sensitivity can be changed.
  • Page 288 When using Toyota parking assist-sensor ■ In the following situations, the system may not function correctly due to a sensor malfunction etc. Have the vehicle checked by your Toyota dealer. If the buzzer sounds when there is no obstacle around the vehicle. ●...
  • Page 289: Stop & Start System

    4-5. Using the driving support systems  Stop & Start system The Stop & Start system stops and starts the engine according to brake pedal or shift lever operation when the vehicle is stopped, such as at a stoplight, intersection, etc., in order to improve fuel economy and reduce noise pollution caused by the engine idling.
  • Page 290 ● Installation and removal of electrical components and wireless devices may affect the Stop & Start system. Contact your Toyota dealer for details. When stopping the vehicle for a longer period of time, turn the engine switch ● off to stop the engine completely.
  • Page 291 4-5. Using the driving support systems ● In the following situations the engine may not be stopped by the Stop & Start system. This is not a malfunction of the Stop & Start system. • When the air conditioning system is being used. •...
  • Page 292 4-5. Using the driving support systems ■ When the hood is opened If the hood is opened while the engine is stopped by the Stop & Start sys- ● tem, the engine will stall and will not be able to be restarted by the automatic engine start function.
  • Page 293 A battery not designed for use with a Stop & Start “Non-Dedicated system may have been installed.  Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota Battery” dealer. • The battery charge may be low.  Stopping of the engine is temporarily prohib- ited to prioritize charging of the battery.
  • Page 294 4-5. Using the driving support systems Message Details/Actions • The air conditioning system has been turned on or “For Climate Con- is being used. trol” • The windshield defogger has been turned on. When the engine automatically restarts while stopped by the Stop & Start ●...
  • Page 295 ■ If the Stop & Start cancel indicator flashes continuously The system may be malfunctioning. Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer. ■ If “Stop & Start System Malfunction Visit Your Dealer” is displayed on the multi-information display (if equipped) The system may be malfunctioning.
  • Page 296 To ensure the system operates correctly If any of the following situations occur, the Stop & Start system may not operate correctly. Have your vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer. While the driver’s seat belt is fastened, the driver’s and front passenger’s ●...
  • Page 297: Driving Assist Systems

    4-5. Using the driving support systems Driving assist systems To keep driving safety and performance, the following systems operate automatically in response to various driving situations. Be aware, however, that these systems are supplementary and should not be relied upon too heavily when operating the vehi- cle.
  • Page 298 4-5. Using the driving support systems When the TRC/VSC systems are operating The slip indicator light will flash while the TRC/VSC systems are operating. Disabling the TRC system If the vehicle gets stuck in mud, dirt or snow, the TRC system may reduce power from the engine to the wheels.
  • Page 299 ■ pressed (vehicles with a drive monitor display) TRC is temporary deactivated. If the indicator light continues to remain on, contact your Toyota dealer. When the message is displayed on the multi-information display show- ■ ing that TRC has been disabled even if...
  • Page 300 4-5. Using the driving support systems ■ Automatic system cancelation of hill-start assist control The hill-start assist control will turn off in any of the following situations: Vehicles with a continuously variable transmission: The shift lever is shifted ● to P or N. ●...