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VAUXHALL Insignia
Owner's Manual
Model Year 2010
Edition: August 2009
TS 1674-A-10

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  • Page 1 VAUXHALL Insignia 0 - 1 VAUXHALL Insignia Owner’s Manual Model Year 2010 Edition: August 2009 TS 1674-A-10...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ........2 In brief ..........6 Keys, doors and windows .... 18 Seats, restraints ......38 Storage ........58 Instruments and controls ..... 72 Lighting ........109 Climate control ......119 Driving and operating ....128 Vehicle care ....... 157 Service and maintenance ..
  • Page 3: Introduction

    Introduction Introduction...
  • Page 4: Vehicle Specific Data

    "Service and reasonable prices. Experienced maintenance" and "Technical data" ■ The Owner's Manual uses the mechanics trained by Vauxhall work as well as on the identification plate. factory engine designations. The according to specific Vauxhall corresponding sales designations Introduction instructions.
  • Page 5 Disregarding this information may lead to vehicle damage. Symbols Page references are indicated with 3. 3 means "see page". Thank you for choosing a Vauxhall. We wish you many hours of pleasurable driving. Your Vauxhall Team...
  • Page 6 Introduction...
  • Page 7: In Brief

    In brief In brief Vehicle unlocking Seat adjustment Seat positioning Initial drive information Press button c to unlock the doors and load compartment. Open the Pull handle, slide seat, release doors by pulling the handles. To open handle. the tailgate, pull the button under the Seat position 3 39, Seat adjustment tailgate moulding.
  • Page 8 In brief Seat backrests Seat height Seat inclination Pull lever, adjust inclination and Press switch Lever pumping motion release lever. Allow the seat to = seat higher = front end higher engage audibly. bottom = seat lower down = front end lower Seat position 3 39, Seat adjustment Seat position 3 39, Seat adjustment Seat position 3 39, Seat adjustment...
  • Page 9: Head Restraint Adjustment

    In brief Power seat adjustment Head restraint adjustment Seat belt Pull out the seat belt and engage in Operate switches. Press release button, adjust height, belt buckle. The seat belt must not be engage. positioning = move switch twisted and must fit close against the forwards/backwards Head restraints 3 38.
  • Page 10: Mirror Adjustment

    In brief Mirror adjustment Exterior mirrors Steering wheel adjustment Interior mirror Select the relevant exterior mirror and Unlock lever, adjust steering wheel, adjust. then engage lever and ensure it is Adjust the lever on the underside to fully locked. Do not adjust steering Convex exterior mirrors 3 30, reduce dazzle.
  • Page 11 In brief...
  • Page 12: Instrument Panel Overview

    In brief Instrument panel overview 11 Infotainment system ..... 10 22 Ignition switch with steering wheel lock .... 129 12 Info-Display ......92 Light switch ......109 23 Brake pedal ......137 Headlight range 13 Anti-theft alarm system adjustment ......111 status LED ......
  • Page 13: Exterior Lighting

    In brief Exterior lighting Headlight flash, high beam and Turn and lane-change signals low beam right = lever up Turn light switch left = lever down headlight flash = pull lever Auto = Automatic light control: high beam = push lever Headlights are switched on Turn and lane-change signals low beam...
  • Page 14 In brief Hazard warning flashers Horn Washer and wiper systems Windscreen wiper Operated with the ¨ button. Press j. Hazard warning flashers 3 114. = fast = slow P = timed interval wiping or automatic wiping with rain sensor § = off For a single wipe when the windscreen wiper is off, press the lever down.
  • Page 15 In brief Windscreen and headlight Rear window wiper and washer washer systems systems Push lever. Washer fluid is sprayed on the rear window and the wiper wipes for a few Pull lever. Push the rocker switch to activate the strokes. rear window wiper: Windscreen and headlight washer system 3 73, Washer fluid 3 161.
  • Page 16 In brief Climate control Demisting and defrosting the Transmission windows Heated rear window, heated Manual transmission exterior mirrors Press button V. Reverse: with the vehicle stationary, Set temperature control to warmest depress clutch pedal, pull up the Heating is operated by pressing the level.
  • Page 17: Starting Off

    In brief Automatic transmission Starting off Starting the engine Check before starting off ■ Tyre pressure and condition 3 179, 3 215. ■ Engine oil level and fluid levels 3 159. ■ All windows, mirrors, exterior lighting and number plates are free from dirt, snow and ice and are operational.
  • Page 18 In brief Parking off the ignition. Turn the front wheels towards the kerb. ■ Always apply the parking brake. ■ Lock the vehicle with button e on Activate the manual parking brake the radio remote control. without operating the release button.
  • Page 19: Keys, Doors And Windows

    Keys, doors and windows Keys, doors and Keys, locks Key with foldaway key section windows Keys Replacement keys The key number is specified in the Keys, locks ........18 Car Pass or on a detachable tag. Doors ........... 23 The key number must be quoted when ordering replacement keys as it Vehicle security ......
  • Page 20: Radio Remote Control

    Keys, doors and windows Radio remote control Handle with care, protect from Radio remote control battery moisture and high temperatures and replacement avoid unnecessary operation. Replace the battery as soon as the range reduces. Fault Batteries do not belong in household If the central locking system cannot waste.
  • Page 21: Central Locking System

    Keys, doors and windows Radio remote control Power seats automatically default to Unlocking the saved position by unlocking and synchronisation opening the driver door with the After replacing the battery, unlock the memorised key. door with the key in the driver's door lock.
  • Page 22 Keys, doors and windows The setting can be saved for the key Unlocking and opening the being used. Memorised settings tailgate 3 20. 5-door Hatchback, Estate Locking Close doors, load compartment and fuel filler flap. Press button x when the ignition is off until tailgate opens automatically.
  • Page 23 Keys, doors and windows Fault in radio remote control Fault in central locking system system Unlocking Unlocking Manually unlock the driver's door by turning the key in the lock. The other doors can be opened by pulling the interior handle twice. The load compartment and fuel filler flap cannot be opened.
  • Page 24: Doors

    Keys, doors and windows Doors Child locks Load compartment Tailgate Opening 5-door Hatchback, Estate With radio remote control press button x until the tailgate is opened automatically. Alternatively, pull the 9 Warning button under the tailgate moulding after unlocking. Use the child locks whenever Central locking system 3 20.
  • Page 25 Keys, doors and windows Closing Power tailgate The tail lights flash and a chime sounds when power tailgate is operating. 9 Warning Notice Take care when operating the Operating the power tailgate does power tailgate. Risk of injury, not operate the central locking particularly to children.
  • Page 26 Keys, doors and windows Press and hold button x until Operation with switches in the tailgate tailgate starts to open or close. Operation with the switch in the driver's door To close, press and hold the button G in the open tailgate until it starts To open the tailgate, push and hold to move.
  • Page 27 Keys, doors and windows Operation modes Adjust reduced opening height in A chime sound indicates the new intermediate mode setting. The power tailgate has three modes of operation, which are controlled by 1. Turn operation mode switch to о When turning the adjuster wheel in the switch in the driver's door.
  • Page 28 Keys, doors and windows Remove all obstacles to resume Notice Caution normal power operation. The installation of certain heavy accessories onto the tailgate may If the vehicle is equipped with factory- Before opening the tailgate check affect its ability to remain open. fitted towing equipment and a trailer overhead obstructions, such as is electrically connected, the power...
  • Page 29: Vehicle Security

    Keys, doors and windows Vehicle security Activating Activation ■ Self-activated 30 seconds after Anti-theft locking system locking the vehicle (initialisation of the system) 9 Warning ■ Directly by pressing e on the radio remote control once more after Do not use the system if there are locking people in the vehicle! The doors Notice...
  • Page 30 Keys, doors and windows Activation without monitoring of 3. Close doors. Status during the first 30 seconds of anti-theft alarm system activation: passenger compartment and 4. Activate the anti-theft alarm vehicle inclination system. = test, arming delay. illuminates Status message is displayed in the LED flashes = doors, tailgate or Driver Information Center.
  • Page 31: Exterior Mirrors

    Keys, doors and windows Exterior mirrors lights flash simultaneously. The If the control indicator continues number and duration of alarm signals flashing, attempt to start the engine are stipulated by legislation. using the spare key and seek the Convex shape assistance of a workshop.
  • Page 32 Keys, doors and windows Folding Electric folding Heated Turn control to 0, then push the Operated by pressing the Ü button. For pedestrian safety, the exterior control down. Both exterior mirrors mirrors will swing out of their normal Heating works with the engine will fold.
  • Page 33: Interior Mirrors

    Keys, doors and windows Interior mirrors Activation or deactivation of this Automatic anti-dazzle function can be changed in the menu Settings in the Info-Display. Vehicle Manual anti-dazzle personalisation 3 103. Dazzle from following vehicles at night is automatically reduced. To reduce dazzle, adjust the lever on the underside of the mirror housing.
  • Page 34: Windows

    Keys, doors and windows Windows Safety function If the window glass encounters Manual windows resistance above the middle of the window during automatic closing, it is The door windows can be opened or immediately stopped and opened closed with the window winders. again.
  • Page 35: Sun Visors

    Keys, doors and windows Press switch z to deactivate rear Overload Heated rear window door power windows; the LED If the windows are repeatedly illuminates. To activate, press z operated within short intervals, the again. window operation is disabled for some time.
  • Page 36: Roof

    Keys, doors and windows Roof Sun visors swivelled to the side can Open or close be adjusted in length. Press p or r gently to the first Sunroof detent: the sunroof is opened or If the sun visors have integral mirrors, closed with enabled safety function the mirror covers should be closed as long as the switch is operated.
  • Page 37 Keys, doors and windows Sunroof, Estate Close Close or open the sunblind by pressing button H or G. Press r gently to the first detent: the sunroof is closed from fully open Safety function position or spoiler position with If the sunblind encounters resistance enabled safety function as long as the during automatic closing, it is switch is operated.
  • Page 38 Keys, doors and windows Closing sunroof from outside ■ If sunroof is closed, keep the switch r pressed for 10 seconds. The sunroof can be closed remotely from outside the vehicle. ■ If sunroof is open, keep the switch r pressed until sunroof is fully closed, then release switch briefly and press it again for 10 seconds.
  • Page 39: Seats, Restraints

    Seats, restraints Seats, restraints Head restraints Adjustment Head restraints on front seats Position Head restraints ......38 9 Warning Front seats ........39 Rear seats ........45 Only drive with the head restraint set to the proper position. Seat belts ........45 Airbag system ......
  • Page 40: Front Seats

    Seats, restraints Front seats Head restraints on rear seats Seat position 9 Warning Only drive with the seat correctly adjusted. Inclination adjustment Swivel the bottom edge of the head Height adjustment restraint forwards or rearwards. Pull the head restraint upwards or press the catch to release and push Active head restraints on front seats the head restraint downwards.
  • Page 41: Seat Adjustment

    Seats, restraints ■ Sit with shoulders as far back ■ Adjust the lumbar support so that it Seat positioning against the backrest as possible. supports the natural shape of the Set the backrest rake so that it is spine. possible to easily reach the steering wheel with arms slightly Seat adjustment bent.
  • Page 42 Seats, restraints Seat backrests Seat height Seat inclination Pull lever, adjust inclination and Press switch Lever pumping motion release lever. Allow the backrest to = seat higher = front end higher engage audibly. bottom = seat lower down = front end lower...
  • Page 43: Power Seat Adjustment

    Seats, restraints Lumbar support Adjustable thigh support Power seat adjustment 9 Warning Care must be taken when operating the power seats. There is a risk of injury, particularly for children. Articles could become trapped. Keep a close watch on the seats when adjusting them.
  • Page 44 Seats, restraints Seat positioning Memory function for power seat Retrieving settings adjustment and exterior mirrors ■ Keep position button 1 or 2 pressed Move front of switch forwards/ until the stored seat and mirror backwards. Two different seat and mirror settings positions have been reached.
  • Page 45 Seats, restraints Armrest Heating Ventilating Adjust heating to the desired setting Adjust ventilation to the desired Push button and fold armrest by pressing the ß button for the setting by pressing the A button for upwards. Under the armrest there is respective seat one or more times a storage compartment.
  • Page 46: Rear Seats

    Seats, restraints Rear seats Seat belts Seat belts are designed to be used by only one person at a time. They are not suitable for people smaller than Armrest 5 ft (150 cm). Child restraint system 3 52. Periodically check all parts of the belt system for damage and proper functionality.
  • Page 47: Three-point Seat Belt

    Seats, restraints Three-point seat belt 9 Warning Fastening Incorrect handling (e.g. removal or fitting of belts) can trigger the belt pretensioners. Deployment of the belt pretensioners is indicated by continuous illumination of control indicator v 3 84. Triggered belt pretensioners must be replaced by a workshop.
  • Page 48 Seats, restraints Insignia VXR Height adjustment Adjust the height so that the belt lies across the shoulder. It must not lie Feed seat belt through belt mount on 1. Pull belt out slightly. across the throat or upper arm. backrest when fastening seat belt.
  • Page 49: Airbag System

    9 Warning belt buckle. explosive manner. The lap belt must be positioned as Insignia VXR low as possible across the pelvis Feed seat belt through belt mount on to prevent pressure on the backrest after releasing.
  • Page 50: Front Airbag System

    Seats, restraints Notice Front airbag system The airbag systems and belt The front airbag system consists of pretensioner control electronics are one airbag in the steering wheel and located in the centre console area. one in the instrument panel on the Do not put any magnetic objects in front passenger side.
  • Page 51: Curtain Airbag System

    Seats, restraints The side airbag system consists of an 9 Warning 9 Warning airbag in each front seat backrest and in the rear outboard seat backrests. Optimum protection is only Keep the area in which the airbag This can be identified by the word provided when the seat is in the inflates clear of obstructions.
  • Page 52: Airbag Deactivation

    Seats, restraints Airbag deactivation Use the ignition key to change the position: Front airbag and side airbag systems * = front passenger airbags are for the front passenger seat have to deactivated and will not inflate be deactivated if a child restraint in the event of a collision.
  • Page 53: Child Restraints

    Status remains until the next change. Control indicator for airbag Child restraint systems deactivation 3 85. We recommend the Vauxhall child restraint system which is designed specifically to the vehicle. When a child restraint system is being used, pay attention to the following...
  • Page 54 Seats, restraints with a child that is smaller than 5 ft 9 Danger (150 cm), we strongly advise using an appropriate child restraint system, When using a child restraint even though this may no longer be system on the front passenger legally binding due to the age of the seat, the airbag systems for the child.
  • Page 55 Seats, restraints Child restraint installation locations Permissible options for fitting a child restraint system On front passenger seat Weight and age class activated airbag deactivated airbag On rear outboard seats On rear centre seat Group 0: up to 10 kg or approx.
  • Page 56 Seats, restraints Permissible options for fitting an ISOFIX child restraint system Weight class Size class Fixture On front passenger seat On rear outboard seats On rear centre seat Group 0: up to 10 kg ISO/R1 Group 0+: up to 13 kg ISO/R1 ISO/R2 ISO/R3...
  • Page 57 Seats, restraints ISOFIX size class and seat device A – ISO/F3 = Forward-facing child restraint system for children of maximum size in the weight class 9 to 18 kg. B – ISO/F2 = Forward-facing child restraint system for smaller children in the weight class 9 to 18 kg. B1 –...
  • Page 58: Isofix Child Restraint Systems

    Seats, restraints ISOFIX child restraint systems Top-tether fastening eyes Top-Tether fastening eyes for a child restraint system are marked with the symbol :. In addition to the ISOFIX mounting, fasten the Top-Tether strap to the Fasten vehicle-approved ISOFIX Top-Tether fastening eyes. The strap child restraint systems to the ISOFIX must run between the two guide rods mounting brackets.
  • Page 59: Storage

    Storage Storage Storage compartments Cupholders Glovebox Storage compartments ....58 Load compartment ....... 60 Roof rack system ......69 Loading information ..... 70 Cupholders are located in the centre console. The glovebox features a pen holder and a coin holder. The glovebox should be closed whilst driving.
  • Page 60: Armrest Storage

    Storage Additional cupholders are located in Armrest storage Storage in the rear armrest the rear armrest, when it is folded Storage in the front armrest down. Sunglasses storage Fold down armrest and open cover. Close cover before folding the Push button to fold up the armrest. armrest up.
  • Page 61: Load Compartment

    Storage Load compartment Pull the release lever on one or both sides and fold down the backrests onto the seat cushion. Folding down rear seat backrests The rear seat backrest is divided into two parts. Both parts can be folded down.
  • Page 62: Load Compartment Cover

    Storage 5-door Hatchback Removing Pull grip and open the cover. The closed cover can be secured from the load compartment. Turn Suitable for loading long, narrow knob 90°: objects. Unhook retaining straps from tailgate. knob = cover secured from Ensure the cover engages after horizontal the passenger folding up.
  • Page 63 Storage Opening Removing Pull cover from the side guides. Push down the handle at the end of Open the load compartment cover. Fitting the cover. It rolls up automatically. Pull up the release lever on the right Engage cover in side guides and fold side and hold it.
  • Page 64: Lashing Eyes

    Storage Tailgate blind Lashing eyes ■ service box, ■ strap set. The components are fitted in rails on both side panels using adapters and hooks. Installation of adapters in the rails To cover the load compartment The lashing eyes are designed to completely, mount the blind at four secure items against slippage, e.g.
  • Page 65 Storage Variable partition net Net pocket Installation of hooks in the rails Insert the hook in the desired position Insert adapters into the required Insert adapters into the required first in the upper groove of the rail and position in the rails. Stick together the position in the rails.
  • Page 66: Safety Net

    Storage Service box Strap set Alternatively install both hooks in the lower rail. Plug in the lower brackets Install two hooks in the upper rail. Insert the adapters of the strap set in of the box from above into the lower Insert the upper brackets of the box a rail.
  • Page 67 Storage Safety net behind the front seats Safety net cassette behind the rear seats Push head restraints of the rear seats down and fold down rear seat backrests 3 60. Fit the hooks of the small belts into the Top-Tether mounting loops on the back side of the folded rear seat Pull out the net from the cassette and backrests.
  • Page 68 Storage To unlock turn cassette slightly Insert the cassette into the retainers Open the load compartment floor by backwards and remove it upwards on left and right side. Note the signs pulling the handle. Fold and place the from the retainers. L (left side) and R (right side) on the floor behind the rear seats.
  • Page 69: Warning Triangle

    Storage Place the load compartment cover Estate First aid kit with the upper side downwards and Saloon/Hatchback with the release lever in the front right edge into the hollow. Warning triangle Saloon/Hatchback Stow the warning triangle in the space behind the straps on the inside of the tailgate.
  • Page 70: Roof Rack System

    Storage Roof rack system Estate Mounting points are located in each door frame of the vehicle body. Roof rack Detach the cover from each mounting point and fasten the roof rack with the For safety reasons and to avoid attached screws. damage to the roof, the vehicle approved roof rack system is Estate with roof railing...
  • Page 71: Loading Information

    Storage Loading information ■ Secure loose objects in the load ■ Do not drive with an open load compartment to prevent from compartment. sliding. 9 Warning ■ When transporting objects in the load compartment, the backrests of Always make sure that the load in the rear seats must not be angled the vehicle is securely stowed.
  • Page 72 Storage ■ Driving with a roof load increases the sensitivity of the vehicle to cross-winds and has a detrimental effect on vehicle handling due to the vehicle's higher centre of gravity. Distribute the load evenly and secure it properly with retaining straps.
  • Page 73: Instruments And Controls

    Instruments and controls Instruments and Controls Steering wheel controls controls Steering wheel adjustment Controls ........72 Warning lights, gauges and indicators ........79 Information displays ..... 90 Vehicle messages ......95 Trip computer ......101 Vehicle personalisation ....103 The Infotainment system and the cruise control can be operated via the controls on the steering wheel.
  • Page 74: Horn

    Instruments and controls Horn Windscreen wiper/washer Adjustable wiper interval Windscreen wiper Wiper lever in position P. Press j. Turn the adjuster wheel to adjust the = fast desired wipe interval: = slow short = turn adjuster wheel P = timed interval wiping interval upwards §...
  • Page 75 Instruments and controls Automatic wiping with rain sensor Adjustable sensitivity of the rain sensor Keep the sensor free from dust, dirt and ice. P = automatic wiping with rain sensor Turn the adjuster wheel to adjust the sensitivity: The rain sensor detects the amount of = turn adjuster wheel water on the windscreen and sensitivity...
  • Page 76: Rear Window Wiper/washer

    Instruments and controls Windscreen and headlight Rear window wiper/washer washer Push lever. Washer fluid is sprayed onto the rear window and the wiper Push the rocker switch to activate the wipes a few times. Pull lever. Washer fluid is sprayed rear window wiper: The rear window wiper comes on onto the windscreen and the wiper...
  • Page 77: Outside Temperature

    Instruments and controls Outside temperature Set date and time Press the CONFIG button. The menu Settings is displayed. Select Time & Date. Additionally a warning message is displayed in the Driver Information A drop in temperature is indicated Center with Uplevel-Display. immediately and a rise in temperature after a time delay.
  • Page 78 Instruments and controls ■ Set date format: Changes Power outlets Do not exceed the maximum power indication of date between MM/DD/ consumption of 120 Watts. YYYY and DD.MM.YYYY. ■ Display digital clock: Switches on/ off indication of time on the display. ■...
  • Page 79: Ashtray

    Instruments and controls With ignition off the power outlets are Cigarette lighter deactivated. Additionally the power outlets are deactivated in the event of low battery voltage. Electrical accessories that are connected must comply with the electromagnetic compatibility requirements laid down in DIN VDE 40 839.
  • Page 80: Warning Lights, Gauges And

    Instruments and controls Warning lights, gauges Odometer and indicators Speedometer Press ashtray cover to open. The bottom line displays the recorded distance. Trip odometer Indicates vehicle speed. The top line displays the recorded distance since the last reset. To reset, hold the reset knob depressed for a few seconds with the ignition on.
  • Page 81: Engine Coolant Temperature

    Instruments and controls Tachometer Fuel gauge Engine coolant temperature gauge Displays the engine speed. Displays the fuel level in the tank. Displays the coolant temperature. Drive in a low engine speed range for Control indicator i illuminates if the each gear as much as possible. level in the tank is low.
  • Page 82: Service Display

    Instruments and controls In the Uplevel-Display the remaining Turn the adjuster wheel to select the Caution oil life duration is displayed in the oil life system. Vehicle Information Menu. For the system to work properly, it If engine coolant temperature is In the Midlevel-Display the remaining must be reset every time the engine too high, stop vehicle, switch off...
  • Page 83 Instruments and controls switched on, most control indicators will illuminate briefly as a functionality test. The control indicator colours mean: = danger, important reminder yellow = warning, information, fault green = confirmation of activation blue = confirmation of activation...
  • Page 84 Instruments and controls Control indicators in the instrument cluster...
  • Page 85: Seat Belt Reminder

    Instruments and controls Control indicators in the centre Rapid flashing: failure of a turn signal Illuminates light or associated fuse, failure of turn console After the ignition has been switched signal light on trailer. on when the seat belt has been fastened.
  • Page 86: Charging System

    Instruments and controls Illuminates when the ignition is 9 Warning 9 Danger switched on and extinguishes shortly after the engine starts. Have the cause of the fault Risk of fatal injury for a child using Illuminates when the engine is remedied immediately by a child restraint system together a workshop.
  • Page 87: Brake And Clutch System

    Instruments and controls Brake and clutch system Flashes Antilock brake system (ABS) Electrical parking brake is not fully R illuminates red. u illuminates yellow. applied or released. Depress the foot Illuminates when the manual parking Illuminates for a few seconds after the brake pedal and attempt to reset the brake is released if the brake and ignition is switched on.
  • Page 88: Traction Control System Off

    Instruments and controls Lane departure warning Have the cause of the fault in the Traction Control system off system remedied by a workshop. ) illuminates green or yellow or k flashes yellow. Ultrasonic parking assist 3 144. flashes yellow. Flashes when the system is deactivated.
  • Page 89: Low Fuel

    Instruments and controls Flashes Illuminates when the engine is Check oil level before seeking assistance of a workshop 3 159. running The maximum filling level of the filter is reached. Start cleaning process immediately to avoid damage to the Caution Low fuel engine.
  • Page 90: Exterior Light

    Instruments and controls Exterior light Control indicator f flashes for approx. Door open 4 seconds after the ignition is 8 illuminates green. h illuminates red. switched on as a reminder that the Illuminated when the exterior lights Illuminates when a door or the tailgate system has been activated 3 111.
  • Page 91: Information Displays

    Instruments and controls Information displays Selecting menus and functions The menus and functions can be Driver Information Center selected via the buttons on the turn signal lever. The following main menus, depending on the vehicle configuration, can be selected: ■ Vehicle Information Menu The Driver Information Center (DIC) ■...
  • Page 92 Instruments and controls Press the SET/CLR button to select ■ Remaining Oil Life: 3 81 a function or to confirm a message. ■ Coolant Temperature: Display of engine coolant temperature. 3 80 Vehicle Information Menu ■ Relearn Remote Key: Relearn after Press the MENU button to select the battery replacement.
  • Page 93: Info-display

    Instruments and controls Trip/Fuel Information Menu Performance Menu ■ Coolant Temp.: Display of coolant temperature. ■ Battery Volt.: Display of battery voltage. Graphic-Info-Display, Colour- Info-Display Depending on the vehicle configuration the vehicle has a Graphic-Info-Display or Colour- Info-Display. The Info-Display is located in the instrument panel above the faceplate of the Infotainment system.
  • Page 94 Instruments and controls Depending on the Infotainment Colour-Info-Display ■ vehicle messages 3 95 system, the Graphic-Info-Display is ■ settings for vehicle personalisation available in two versions. 3 103 The type of information and how it is displayed depend on the equipment of the vehicle and the settings made.
  • Page 95 Instruments and controls Selections are made via: Selecting with the multifunction unit Press (the outer ring) ■ menus, ■ To select or activate the marked option ■ function buttons and multifunction knob of the Infotainment system, ■ To confirm a set value ■...
  • Page 96: Vehicle Messages

    Instruments and controls Vehicle messages Vehicle messages on the Midlevel-Display Messages are indicated mainly in the Driver Information Center (DIC), in some cases together with a warning and signal buzzer. Call up multiple messages one after another by pushing the MENUbutton. The vehicle messages are displayed as code numbers.
  • Page 97 Instruments and controls No. Vehicle message No. Vehicle message No. Vehicle message Steering wheel is locked 20 Right low beam failure 48 Clean side blind zone alert system Depress brake pedal to release 21 Left front sidelight failure electrical parking brake 49 Lane departure warning 22 Right front sidelight failure unavailable...
  • Page 98 Instruments and controls Vehicle messages on the No. Vehicle message No. Vehicle message Uplevel-Display 61 Open and then close rear left 78 Service pedestrian protection window system 62 Open and then close rear right 79 Top up engine oil window 80 Change transmission fluid 65 Theft attempted 81 Service transmission...
  • Page 99: Warning Chimes

    Instruments and controls ■ Object detection systems Warning chimes Traffic sign assistant ■ Lighting, bulb replacement When starting the engine or whilst Functionality ■ Wiper/washer system driving The traffic sign assistant system ■ Doors, windows detects designated traffic signs via ■...
  • Page 100 Instruments and controls The system is active at an indicated Traffic signs are displayed on the speed above 9 mph (14 km/h) and is page Traffic sign detection in the Trip/ active up to a speed of 125 mph Fuel Information Menu, chosen via (200 km/h) depending on the lighting the adjuster wheel on the turn signal conditions.
  • Page 101 Instruments and controls The content of the traffic sign page is Pop-up function Fault also cleared during driving by pushing The traffic sign assistant system may the SET/CLR button on the turn signal not operate correctly when: lever. ■ the area of the windscreen, where the front camera is located, is not clean ■...
  • Page 102: Trip Computer

    Instruments and controls Trip computer Caution The menus and functions can be The system is intended to help the selected via the buttons on the turn driver within a defined speed signal lever. range to discern certain traffic signs. Do not ignore traffic signs which are not displayed by the system.
  • Page 103 Instruments and controls Average consumption Display of average consumption. The measurement can be reset at any time. To reset, press the SET/CLR button for a few seconds. Instantaneous consumption Display of the instantaneous consumption. Average speed Display of average speed. The Range measurement can be reset at any The information of the two trip...
  • Page 104: Vehicle Personalisation

    Instruments and controls Vehicle personalisation Personal settings in the Graphic- Info-Display The vehicle's behaviour can be personalised by changing the settings in the Info-Display. Some of the personal settings for different drivers can be memorised individually for each vehicle key. Memorised settings 3 20 Depending on vehicle equipment and country-specific regulations some of...
  • Page 105: Accelerator Pedal

    Instruments and controls Sport mode settings Phone settings Auto cooled/vented seats: Activate or deactivate automatic seat The driver can select the functions See description for Infotainment ventilating. which will be activated in Sport mode system. 3 141. Auto heated seats: Activate or Vehicle settings deactivate automatic seat heating.
  • Page 106 Instruments and controls ■ Comfort settings Duration upon exit of vehicle: Personal settings in the Colour- Activate or deactivate and change Info-Display Chime volume: Change the volume the duration of exit lighting function. of warning chimes. ■ Remote locking, unlocking, starting Easy exit driver seat: Activate or deactivate easy exit function of the Remote unlock feedback: Activate...
  • Page 107 Instruments and controls Sport mode settings Phone settings The driver can select the functions See description for Infotainment which will be activated in Sport mode system. 3 141. Navigation settings ■ Sport suspension: Damping See description for Infotainment becomes harder. system.
  • Page 108 Instruments and controls Vehicle settings Auto demist: Supports windscreen Rear auto wipe in reverse: Activate dehumidification by forcing outside or deactivate automatic switching air and auto air conditioning mode. on of the rear window wiper when reverse gear is engaged. Auto rear demist: Automatic activation of rear heated window.
  • Page 109 Instruments and controls function after unlocking without opening the vehicle. Personalization by remote control: Activate or deactivate the personalisation function. ■ Restore factory settings Restore factory settings: Reset all settings to the default settings. Display settings Selectable display settings: ■ Day mode: Optimisation for daylight conditions.
  • Page 110: Lighting

    Lighting Lighting Exterior lighting In the Driver Information Center with Uplevel-Display, the current status of the automatic light control is Light switch displayed. Exterior lighting ......109 When switching on ignition, automatic light control is active. Interior lighting ......116 Control indicator 8 3 89.
  • Page 111: Automatic Light Control

    Lighting Automatic light control High beam Tail lights are not on. Automatic headlight activation Automatic light control function To switch from low to high beam, During poor light conditions the push lever. When the automatic light control headlights are switched on. function is switched on with the To switch to low beam, push lever engine running, the system switches...
  • Page 112: Headlight Range Adjustment

    Lighting Headlight range adjustment Headlights when driving Vehicles with Xenon headlight system abroad Manual headlight range The asymmetrical headlight beam adjustment extends visibility at the edge of the road at the passenger side. However, when driving in countries where traffic drives on the opposite side of the road, adjust the headlights to prevent dazzling of oncoming traffic.
  • Page 113 Lighting For deactivation operate the same Playstreet lighting Adverse weather lighting procedure as described above. Activated automatically at low speed Activated automatically up to a speed Control indicator f will not flash when up to approx. 20 mph (30 km/h). The of approx.
  • Page 114 Lighting Corner lighting snowy. If there are no restrictions Dynamic automatic headlight detected, the system switches back levelling On tight bends or when turning, to high beam. depending on the steering angle or To prevent dazzling oncoming traffic, the turn signal light, an additional left The green control indicator l headlight levelling is automatically or right reflector is switched on which...
  • Page 115: Front Fog Lights

    Lighting Hazard warning flashers Turn and lane-change signals Move the lever to the resistance point and hold for longer indication. Switch the turn signal off manually by moving the lever to its original position. Front fog lights lever up = right turn signal Operated with the ¨...
  • Page 116: Rear Fog Lights

    Lighting Rear fog lights Parking lights Reversing lights The reversing light come on when the ignition is on and reverse gear is selected. Misted light covers The inside of the light housing may mist up briefly in poor, wet and cold weather conditions, in heavy rain or after washing.
  • Page 117: Interior Lighting

    Lighting Interior lighting Turn knob k and hold until the desired Operate rocker switch: brightness is obtained. = automatic switching on Instrument panel illumination and off. Interior lights control press u = on. press v = off. During entry and exit of the vehicle, the front and rear courtesy lights Rear courtesy lights automatically switch on and then off...
  • Page 118: Exit Lighting

    Lighting Lighting features Reading lights The following lights will additionally switch on when the driver's door is opened: Centre console lighting ■ All switches Spotlight incorporated in the interior lighting comes on when headlights ■ Driver Information Center are switched on. ■...
  • Page 119: Battery Discharge Protection

    Lighting Exit lighting is switched off In the second stage a message which immediately if the turn signal lever is confirms the activation of the battery pulled while the driver's door is open. discharge protection will be displayed in the Driver Information Center. Activation, deactivation and duration of this function can be changed in the Switching off electric lights...
  • Page 120: Climate Control

    Climate control Climate control Climate control systems Heating will not be fully effective until the engine has reached normal operating temperature. Heating and ventilation system Air distribution Climate control systems ..... 119 s = to windscreen and front door Air vents ........125 windows Maintenance ......
  • Page 121: Air Conditioning System

    Climate control Air conditioning system The air conditioning system cools and ■ Cooling n on. dehumidifies (dries) when the outside ■ Air circulation system 4 on. temperature is slightly above freezing ■ Press air distribution switch M. point. Therefore condensation may ■...
  • Page 122: Side Air Vents

    Climate control Demisting and defrosting the Electronic climate control AUTO = automatic mode = air recirculation windows V system = demisting and defrosting Two versions of climate control: single zone or dual zone temperature setting. The dual zone climate control allows different climatisation temperatures for driver and front passenger side.
  • Page 123 Climate control The preselected temperature is Automatic mode AUTO automatically regulated. In the automatic mode the fan speed and air distribution automatically regulate the air flow. The system can be manually adapted via the use of air distribution and air flow controls.
  • Page 124 Climate control Temperature preselection Dual zone climate control: for a common temperature setting use the menu Settings. Demisting and defrosting the windows V ■ Press button V. ■ Press cooling button n. ■ Temperature and air distribution are set automatically and the fan runs at high speed.
  • Page 125 Climate control Fan speed single zone climate control Fan speed dual zone climate control Air distribution Press s, M or K for desired adjustment. Activation is indicated by the LED in the button. s = to windscreen and front door windows.
  • Page 126: Air Vents

    Climate control Air vents Automatic air recirculation on dual Auxiliary heater zone climate control Air heater Adjustable air vents The automatic air recirculation Quickheat is an electric auxiliary air system has an air humidity sensor heater which warms up the which switches automatically to passenger compartment more external air if internal air humidity is...
  • Page 127: Air Intake

    Climate control Maintenance Active carbon filter In addition to the particle filter the Air intake active carbon filter reduces odours. Filter service must be carried during the regular service interval. Air conditioning regular operation In order to ensure continuously efficient performance, cooling must be operated for a few minutes once a month, irrespective of the weather Direct the flow of air by tilting and...
  • Page 128 Climate control ■ Cleaning of condenser and evaporator drainage ■ Performance check...
  • Page 129: Driving And Operating

    Driving and operating Driving and Driving hints Starting and operating operating Control of the vehicle New vehicle running-In Do not brake unnecessarily hard for Never coast with engine not the first few journeys. running Driving hints ....... 128 During the first drive, smoke may Many systems will not function in this occur because of wax and oil Starting and operating ....
  • Page 130: Ignition Switch Positions

    Driving and operating Ignition switch positions Starting the engine Before restarting or to switch off the engine, turn key back to 0. Automatic Starter Control This function controls the engine start procedure. The driver does not have to hold the key in position 3. Once applied, the system will go on starting automatically until the engine is running.
  • Page 131: Engine Exhaust

    Driving and operating Engine exhaust Parking off the ignition. Turn the front wheels towards the kerb. ■ Do not park the vehicle on an easily ■ Lock the vehicle and activate the ignitable surface. The high 9 Danger anti-theft alarm system. temperature of the exhaust system could ignite the surface.
  • Page 132: Catalytic Converter

    Driving and operating take up to 25 minutes. Typically it Control indicator % illuminates when Control indicator % extinguishes as needs between 7 and 12 minutes. diesel particle filter is full. Start soon as the self-cleaning operation is Fuel consumption may be higher cleaning process as soon as complete.
  • Page 133: Automatic Transmission

    Driving and operating Automatic transmission can be continued for a short period, Selector lever keeping vehicle speed and engine speed low. The automatic transmission permits automatic gearshifting (automatic mode) or manual gearshifting (manual mode). Transmission display P = park position, wheels are locked, engage only when the vehicle is stationary and the parking brake is applied...
  • Page 134: Manual Mode

    Driving and operating When a gear is engaged, the vehicle Manual mode slowly begins to creep when the brake is released. Engine braking To utilise the engine braking effect, select a lower gear in good time when driving downhill, see Manual mode. Rocking the vehicle Rocking the vehicle is only permissible if the vehicle is stuck in...
  • Page 135: Electronic Driving Programmes

    Driving and operating In manual mode no automatic shifting Fault If the battery is not the cause of the to a higher gear takes place at high fault, release the selector lever and In the event of a fault, control indicator engine revolutions.
  • Page 136 Driving and operating Remove ignition key from ignition switch Insert the special tool into the opening 3. Insert a screwdriver into the below the ignition switch as far as it opening as far as it will go and will go and swivel it slightly. move the selector lever out of P or Take the special tool from the inside N.
  • Page 137: Manual Transmission

    Driving and operating Manual transmission Turn special tool to the front and Caution remove key from the ignition switch. Several attempts may be required to It is inadvisable to drive with hand successfully remove the key. resting on the selector lever. To engage reverse, with the vehicle stationary pull up the button on the selector lever and engage the gear.
  • Page 138: Drive Systems

    Driving and operating Drive systems Brakes ABS starts to regulate brake pressure as soon as a wheel shows a tendency to lock. The vehicle remains All-wheel drive The brake system comprises two steerable, even during hard braking. independent brake circuits. The All-wheel drive system enhances ABS control is made apparent driving characteristics and stability,...
  • Page 139: Parking Brake

    Driving and operating Fault Parking brake Electrical parking brake Manual parking brake 9 Warning If there is a fault in the ABS, the wheels may be liable to lock due to braking that is heavier than normal. The advantages of ABS are no longer available.
  • Page 140: Clutch Pedal

    Driving and operating Before leaving the vehicle, check the As soon as the switch m is released, Brake assist electrical parking brake status. dynamic braking will be stopped. If the brake pedal is depressed Control indicator m 3 86. quickly and forcefully, maximum Fault brake force is automatically applied Failure mode of electrical parking...
  • Page 141: Ride Control Systems

    Driving and operating Ride control systems Control indicator b 3 87. Electronic Stability Control Electronic Stability Control (ESC) Deactivation Traction Control system improves driving stability when necessary, regardless of the type of Traction Control system (TC) road surface or tyre grip. It also improves driving stability when prevents the drive wheels from necessary, regardless of the type of...
  • Page 142: Sport Mode

    Driving and operating Deactivation Interactive driving system Flex Ride Flex Ride driving system allows the driver to select between three driving modes: ■ SPORT mode: press button SPORT, LED illuminates. ■ TOUR mode: press button TOUR, LED illuminates. ■ Normal mode: neither the SPORT nor the TOUR button are pressed, SPORT mode no LED illuminates.
  • Page 143 Driving and operating ■ Shift points of automatic Drive mode control changes the settings for suspension transmission occur later. to SPORT mode to increase vehicle Within each manually selected driving stability. mode (SPORT, TOUR or Normal), ■ With SPORT mode activated, the the Drive Mode Control (DMC) illumination of main instruments When the driving characteristics or...
  • Page 144: Cruise Control

    Driving and operating Cruise control With automatic transmission, only Alternatively accelerate to the desired activate cruise control in automatic speed and store by turning to RES/+. mode. The cruise control can store and Reduce speed Control indicator m 3 89. maintain speeds of approx.
  • Page 145: Object Detection Systems

    Driving and operating Object detection systems Deleting the stored speed Activation The stored speed will be deleted by Parking assist pressing button y or switching off ignition. When reverse gear is engaged, the system is activated automatically. The front parking assist can also be The parking assist makes parking activated at a low speed by pressing easier by measuring the distance...
  • Page 146 Driving and operating Deactivation Advanced parking aid Activation Deactivate the system by pressing the r button. The LED in the button will extinguish and Park Assist Off will be displayed in the Driver Information Center. The system is deactivated automatically when the vehicle is driven above a certain speed.
  • Page 147 Driving and operating Functionality The suggestion of the system is The instructions show: accepted when the vehicle is stopped ■ a hint when driving faster than When the vehicle passes a row of by the driver within 33 ft (10 metres) 18 mph (30 km/h), cars and the system is activated, the after the message is given.
  • Page 148 Driving and operating messages with higher priority like Vehicle Messages 3 95 will be displayed. After approving the message by pressing the SET/CLR button, parking aid messages appear again and parking can be continued. Deactivation The system is deactivated by: ■...
  • Page 149: Lane Departure Warning

    Driving and operating Important hints for using the The parking assist system Caution automatically detects factory-fitted parking assist systems towing equipment. It is deactivated Performance of the sensor can be when the connector is plugged in. 9 Warning reduced when sensors are Sensors could detect a non-existent covered, e.g.
  • Page 150 Driving and operating ■ no active accelerator operation or speeding-up ■ no active steering If the driver is active, no warning will be issued. Activation The lane departure warning system is activated by pressing the ) button. The illuminated LED in the button indicates that the system is switched on.
  • Page 151: Fuel

    Driving and operating Fuel Fault a biodiesel (= FAME according to EN14214) content of max. 7% by The lane departure warning system volume (like DIN 51628 or equivalent Fuel for petrol engines may not operate correctly when: standards) may be used. ■...
  • Page 152 Driving and operating Refuelling 9 Danger Fuel is flammable and explosive. No smoking. No naked flames or sparks. If you can smell fuel in your vehicle, have the cause of this remedied immediately by a workshop. Fuel filler flap is located at right rear side of vehicle.
  • Page 153: Towing

    Driving and operating Towing Fuel consumption - CO equipment may result in slightly higher fuel consumption and CO Emissions General information emission levels and a lower maximum The determination of fuel speed. The factory-fitted towing equipment is consumption is regulated by Fuel consumption, CO emissions folded up under the rear bumper...
  • Page 154: Trailer Towing

    Driving and operating Driving characteristics and Trailer towing The permissible gross train weight must not be exceeded. This weight is towing tips Trailer loads specified on the identification plate Before attaching a trailer, lubricate The permissible trailer loads are 3 199. the coupling ball.
  • Page 155: Towing Equipment

    Driving and operating Rear axle load 9 Warning When the trailer is coupled and the towing vehicle fully loaded, the Make sure that no one is in the permissible rear axle load (see pivot zone of the coupling ball bar. identification plate or vehicle Risk of body injury.
  • Page 156 Driving and operating Stow/hide coupling ball bar A buzzing tone sounds as a warning Be sure to have the coupling ball bar when the release handle is pulled out correctly engaged and the released Pull the grip under the rear bumper and the ball neck is disengaged.
  • Page 157: Trailer Stability Assist

    Driving and operating 9 Warning Towing a trailer is permitted only when the coupling ball bar is fitted correctly. If the coupling ball bar does not engage correctly or if the release handle is impossible to guide to its hidden initial position in the housing or if the buzzing tone sounds after engaging the coupling ball bar, seek the...
  • Page 158: Vehicle Care

    Vehicle care Vehicle care General Information ■ Drain washer fluid reservoir. ■ Check coolant antifreeze and Accessories and vehicle corrosion protection. modifications ■ Adjust tyre pressure to the value General Information ....157 specified for full load. We recommend using genuine parts Vehicle checks ......
  • Page 159: Vehicle Checks

    Vehicle care Vehicle checks ■ Check the engine oil level. 9 Danger ■ Check the coolant level. Performing work ■ Fit the number plate if necessary. The ignition system and Xenon headlights use extremely high voltage. Do not touch. End-of-life vehicle recovery Information on end-of-life vehicle Bonnet recovery centres and the recycling of...
  • Page 160: Engine Oil

    Vehicle care Engine oil Different dipsticks are used depending on engine variant. Engine oil level is checked automatically, Vehicle messages 3 95. However check the engine oil manually on a regular basis to prevent damage to the engine. Check with the vehicle on a level surface.
  • Page 161: Engine Coolant

    Vehicle care Engine coolant If the cooling system is cold, the coolant level should be above the The coolant provides freeze filling line mark. Top up if the level is protection down to approx. -28 °C. low. Caution Only use approved antifreeze. Coolant level Caution Too low a coolant level can cause...
  • Page 162: Washer Fluid

    Vehicle care To top up use a 1:1 mixture of Brakes approved coolant concentrate mixed In the event of minimum thickness of with clean tap water. If no coolant the brake lining, control indicator g concentrate is available, use clean illuminates.
  • Page 163: Wiper Blade Replacement

    Vehicle care Batteries do not belong in household Wiper blade replacement waste. They must be disposed of at Wiper blades on the windscreen an appropriate recycling collection point. Laying up the vehicle for more than 4 weeks can lead to battery discharge.
  • Page 164: Bulb Replacement

    Vehicle care Bulb replacement Lift the wiper arm, press the two Headlights have separate systems for catches on the arm, disengage the high beam 2 (inner bulbs) and low wiper blade and remove. beam 1 (outer bulbs). Switch off the ignition and switch off the relevant switch or close the doors.
  • Page 165 Vehicle care 3. Detach bulb from bulb holder and renew the bulb. 4. Insert the bulb holder, engaging the two lugs in the reflector housing and rotate clockwise to secure. 5. Rotate bulb holder clockwise as far as it will go. 6.
  • Page 166 Vehicle care Front turn signal 2. Press latches and withdraw bulb Sidelights holder from reflector housing. 1. Rotate cap anti-clockwise and 1. Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise 3. Remove bulb from socket and remove. and disengage. renew bulb. 4. Insert bulb holder in reflector housing.
  • Page 167: Tail Lights

    Vehicle care 2. Push bulb into socket slightly, Tail lights 2. Unscrew two plastic securing nuts rotate anti-clockwise, remove and from the inside by hand. Saloon/Hatchback renew bulb. 3. Insert bulb holder in reflector housing, rotate clockwise to engage. Xenon headlights 9 Danger Xenon headlights work under extremely high electrical voltage.
  • Page 168 Vehicle care 5. Push bulb into socket slightly, Estate rotate anti-clockwise, remove and renew bulb. Tail light/brake light (1) Turn signal light (2) Tail light (3) Reverse light / Rear fog light, may be only on one side (4) 6. Insert bulb holder into the tail light assembly and screw into place.
  • Page 169 Vehicle care 2. Unscrew three plastic securing nuts by hand. 4. To change only the tail light (1), 5. To change the other lights, rotate plastic nut anti-clockwise unscrew the screws and remove and remove it from the bulb bulb holder. 3.
  • Page 170: Side Turn Signal Lights

    Vehicle care 6. Push bulb into socket slightly, rotate anti-clockwise, remove and renew bulb. Tail light (1) Turn signal light (2) Brake light (3) Reverse light / Rear fog light, may be only on one side (4) 7. Insert bulb holder into the tail light assembly and screw into place.
  • Page 171: Number Plate Light

    Vehicle care Number plate light 4. Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise 2. Remove bulb housing to disengage. downwards, taking care not to pull 1. Insert screwdriver in bulb on the cable. 5. Remove bulb from holder and housing, press to the side and renew bulb.
  • Page 172: Electrical System

    Vehicle care Electrical system Load compartment light 2. Press bulb slightly towards spring clip and remove. Fuses 3. Insert new bulb. 4. Install lamp. Data on the replacement fuse must match the data on the defective fuse. Instrument panel illumination There are three fuse boxes in the vehicle: Have bulbs replaced by a workshop.
  • Page 173 Vehicle care Place the fuse extractor on the various types of fuse from the top or side, and withdraw fuse. Fuse extractor A fuse extractor may be located in the fuse box in the engine compartment.
  • Page 174 Vehicle care Engine compartment fuse box No. Circuit Transmission control module Engine control module – – Ignition, transmission control module, engine control module Windscreen wiper – Fuel injection, ignition system The fuse box is at the front left of the engine compartment.
  • Page 175 Vehicle care No. Circuit No. Circuit No. Circuit 16 Vacuum pump, compass 32 Body control module 49 Right low beam module 33 Heated front seats 50 Left low beam 17 Ignition, airbag 34 Sunroof 51 Horn 18 Adaptive forward lighting 35 Infotainment system 52 Ignition 19 Adaptive forward lighting...
  • Page 176: Instrument Panel Fuse Box

    Vehicle care Instrument panel fuse box No. Circuit 66 Rear window washer system 67 Fuel system control module 68 – 69 Battery sensor 70 Rain sensor 71 Body electronic supply After changing of defective fuses In right-hand drive vehicles, the fuse close the fuse box cover and engage box is located behind a cover in the it by pressing.
  • Page 177 Vehicle care No. Circuit No. Circuit Body control unit 24 Body control unit Body control unit 25 Ignition switch 10 Body control unit 26 Load compartment power outlet 11 Interior fan Power seats, pos. 12 and 13, have an overload protection. The circuit will be 12 Power seats closed again after cooling down.
  • Page 178 Vehicle care No. Circuit No. Circuit Central locking system, power 17 Seat heating tailgate 18 Power tailgate lock Air conditioning system 19 Sunshade switch Trailer module 20 Cooling fan driver seat – 21 Ignition Trailer socket 22 Sunshade – 23 Anti-theft alarm system –...
  • Page 179: Vehicle Tools

    Vehicle care Vehicle tools Wheels and tyres No. Circuit 32 Side obstacle detector Tools Tyre condition, wheel condition 33 All-wheel drive Vehicles with tyre repair kit Drive over edges slowly and at right angles if possible. Driving over sharp 34 Sunroof edges can cause tyre and wheel 35 Central locking system damage.
  • Page 180: Tyre Pressure

    Vehicle care Tyres of size 245/45 R 18, Tyre pressure The ECO tyre pressure serves to 245/40 R 19 and 245/35 R 20 must achieve the smallest amount of fuel Check the pressure of cold tyres at not be used as winter tyres. consumption possible.
  • Page 181 Only the Press the MENU button to select the message in the Driver Information Vauxhall-approved tyre repair kit may Vehicle Information Menu. Center. be used. Major pressure differences are...
  • Page 182: Tread Depth

    Vehicle care The tyre pressure monitoring system Temperature compensation valve cores and sealing rings must be Cold tyres decrease the tyre replaced each time the tyres are pressure, warm tyres increase the changed. tyre pressure. The tyre pressure monitoring system considers this Adaptive threshold function effect for the warning messages.
  • Page 183: Tyre Chains

    Vehicle care Changing tyre and wheel size Wheel covers must not impair brake Tyre chains cooling. If tyres of a different size than those fitted at the factory are used, it may be 9 Warning necessary to reprogramme the speedometer as well as the nominal Use of unsuitable tyres or wheel tyre pressure and make other vehicle covers could lead to sudden...
  • Page 184: Tyre Repair Kit

    Vehicle care The use of tyre chains is not permitted on the temporary spare wheel. Tyre repair kit Minor damage to the tyre tread or sidewall can be repaired with the tyre repair kit. Do not remove foreign bodies from the tyres.
  • Page 185 Vehicle care 4. Screw the compressor air hose to 9. Connect the compressor plug to 12. All of the sealant is pumped into the connection on the sealant the power outlet or cigarette the tyre. Then the tyre is inflated. bottle.
  • Page 186 Vehicle care tyre is too badly damaged. Seek hose directly onto tyre valve and Notice the assistance of a workshop. compressor when doing this. The driving characteristics of the repaired tyre is severely affected, Drain excess tyre pressure with therefore have this tyre replaced. the button over the pressure indicator.
  • Page 187: Wheel Changing

    Vehicle care Wheel changing ■ Never crawl under a jacked-up vehicle. Some vehicles are equipped with ■ Do not start the vehicle when it is a tyre repair kit instead of a spare raised on the jack. wheel 3 183. ■...
  • Page 188 Vehicle care 3. Ensure the jack is positioned correctly at the vehicle jacking points. Lifting the vehicle onto a lifting platform: Position the front arm of the lifting 4. Set the jack to the necessary platform at the underbody. height before positioning it directly below the jacking point in a manner that prevents it from slipping.
  • Page 189: Spare Wheel

    Vehicle care 10. Align the valve hole in the wheel Use of a spare wheel that is smaller Temporary spare wheel cover with the tyre valve before than the other wheels or together with Use of the temporary spare wheel installing.
  • Page 190: Jump Starting

    Vehicle care Jump starting ■ A discharged battery can already ■ The vehicles must not come into freeze at a temperature of 0 °C. contact with each other during the Defrost the frozen battery before jump starting process. Do not start with quick charger. connecting jump leads.
  • Page 191: Towing

    Vehicle care Towing 3. Connect the black lead to the 4. Switch on electrical consumers negative terminal of the booster (e.g. headlights, heated rear battery. window) of the vehicle receiving Towing the vehicle the jump start. 4. Connect the other end of the black lead to a vehicle grounding point, 5.
  • Page 192 To prevent the entry of exhaust gases from the towing vehicle, switch on the air recirculation and close the Insignia VXR: Insert screwdriver in Screw in the towing eye as far as it will windows. the slot at the upper bend of the cap.
  • Page 193: Towing Another Vehicle

    Insert cap below, turn slightly transmission is defective, the front clockwise and close cap. axle must be raised off the ground. Insignia VXR: Insert cap with the Vehicles with automatic transmission lower flange into the recess. Press and All-wheel drive: The vehicle must the cap into the bumper.
  • Page 194: Appearance Care

    Vehicle care Appearance care and rear window wiper must be Caution switched off. Remove antenna and external accessories such as roof Exterior care Drive slowly. Do not drive jerkily. racks etc. Excessive tractive force can Locks If you wash your vehicle by hand, damage the vehicle.
  • Page 195: Interior Care

    Vehicle care Polishing and waxing Clean smearing wiper blades with Underbody a soft cloth and window cleaner. Wax the vehicle regularly (at the Some areas of the vehicle underbody latest when water no longer beads). have a PVC undercoating while other Sunroof Otherwise, the paintwork will dry out.
  • Page 196 Vehicle care The instrument panel should only be cleaned using a soft damp cloth. Clean fabric upholstery with a vacuum cleaner and brush. Remove stains with an upholstery cleaner. Clean seat belts with lukewarm water or interior cleaner. Caution Close Velcro fasteners as open Velcro fasteners on clothing could damage seat upholstery.
  • Page 197: Service And Maintenance

    The detailed, up-to-date service goodwill claims are to be met, and is schedule for the vehicle is available also a benefit when selling the from your Vauxhall Authorised vehicle. Repairer. Service interval with remaining Service display 3 81.
  • Page 198: Recommended Fluids

    Service and maintenance Recommended fluids, The new engine oil GM-Dexos 2 is of Engine oil for engine A20DTR the highest quality available at the Use exclusively engine oil with the lubricants and parts moment. If it is unavailable, engine quality GM-Dexos 2 or GM-LL-B-025 oils of other listed qualities have to be and with the viscosity 0W-40.
  • Page 199 Service and maintenance Engine oil viscosity Brake and clutch fluid Use only engine oil viscosities SAE Use only brake fluid which exceeds 0W-30, 0W-40, 5W-30 or 5W-40. DOT4 requirements. The SAE viscosity rating defines the Over time, brake fluid absorbs ability of an oil to flow.
  • Page 200: Technical Data

    Technical data Technical data Vehicle identification Identification plate Vehicle Identification Number Vehicle identification ....199 Vehicle data ....... 201 The identification label is located on the front left door frame. The Vehicle Identification Number is visible through the windscreen.
  • Page 201 Technical data Information on identification plate: 1 = Manufacturer 2 = Type approval number 3 = Vehicle Identification Number 4 = Permissible gross vehicle weight rating 5 = Permissible gross train weight 6 = Maximum permissible front axle load 7 = Maximum permissible rear axle load 8 = Vehicle-specific or country specific data...
  • Page 202: Vehicle Data

    Technical data Vehicle data Engine data Sales designation 1.6 Turbo 2.0 Turbo 2.8 V6 Turbo Engine identifier code A16LET A18XER A20NHT A28NET A28NER Number of cylinders 1598 1796 1998 2792 2792 Piston displacement [cm Engine power [kW] at rpm 5500 6300 5300 5500...
  • Page 203 Technical data Sales designation 2.0 CDTI 2.0 CDTI ecoFlex 96kW 2.0 CDTI ecoFlex 118kW 2.0 CDTI Engine identifier code A20DTC A20DTJ A20DTH A20DTH A20DTH A20DTR Number of cylinders 1956 1956 1956 1956 1956 1956 Piston displacement [cm Engine power [kW] at rpm 4000 4000...
  • Page 204 Technical data Performance Saloon/Hatchback A16LET A18XER A20NHT A20NHT A28NET A28NER Engine Maximum speed [mph] (km/h) Manual transmission 140 (225) 129 (207) 150 (242) 149 (240) 155 (250) 155 (250) Automatic transmission – – 149 (240) 149 (239) 155 (250) – A20DTC A20DTJ A20DTH...
  • Page 205 Technical data Estate A16LET A18XER A20NHT A20NHT - A28NET A28NER Engine Maximum speed [mph] (km/h) Manual transmission 137 (220) 126 (202) 147 (236) 145 (234) 155 (250) 155 (250) Automatic transmission – – 145 (234) 144 (232) 154 (248) – A20DTC A20DTJ A20DTH...
  • Page 206 Technical data To convert l/100 km to mpg, divide 282 by the number of litres/100 km. A16LET A18XER A20NHT A20NHT A28NET A28NER Engine urban [l/100 km] 10.6/– 10.5/– 12.8/14.2 13.1/14.4 16.2/16.6 16.6/– extra-urban [l/100 km] 6.0/– 5.9/– 6.5/6.9 6.9/7.1 7.8/7.7 8.4/–...
  • Page 207 Technical data Estate Manual transmission / automatic transmission. A16LET A18XER A20NHT A20NHT A28NET A28NER Engine urban [l/100 km] 10.9/– 10.6/– 12.9/14.3 13.2/14.5 16.7/17.1 17.0/– extra-urban [l/100 km] 6.2/– 6.2/– 6.6/7.0 7.0/7.2 8.0/7.9 8.6/– total [l/100 km] 7.9/– 7.8/– 8.9/9.7 9.3/9.9 11.2/11.3 11.7/–...
  • Page 208: Vehicle Weight

    Technical data Vehicle weight Kerb weight, basic model without any optional equipment Insignia Saloon 4-door Engine Manual transmission Automatic transmission without/with air conditioning A18XER 1503/– – [kg] A16LET –/1570 – A20DTC –/1613 – A20DTH ecoFlex 96kW 1613/– – A20DTH 1613/–...
  • Page 209 Technical data Kerb weight, basic model without any optional equipment Insignia Hatchback 5-door Engine Manual transmission Automatic transmission without/with air conditioning A18XER 1503/– – [kg] A16LET –/1585 – A20DTC –/1613 – A20DTH ecoFlex 96kW 1613/– – A20DTH 1613/– 1655/– A20DTH ecoFlex 118kW 1613/–...
  • Page 210 Technical data Kerb weight, basic model without any optional equipment Insignia Estate Engine Manual transmission Automatic transmission without/with air conditioning A16LET –/1660 – [kg] A18XER –/1613 – A20DTC –/1730 – A20DTH ecoFlex 96kW –/1733 – A20DTH –/1733 1733/1743 A20DTH ecoFlex 118kW –/1733...
  • Page 211 Technical data Kerb weight, basic model with all optional equipment Insignia Saloon 4-door Engine Manual transmission Automatic transmission without/with air conditioning A16LET –/1729 – [kg] A18XER –/1692 – A20DTC –/1778 – A20DTH ecoFlex 96kW –/1806 – A20DTH –/1806 –/1829 A20DTH ecoFlex 118kW –/1806...
  • Page 212 Technical data Kerb weight, basic model with all optional equipment Insignia Hatchback 5-door Engine Manual transmission Automatic transmission without/with air conditioning A16LET –/1744 – [kg] A18XER –/1707 – A20DTC –/1793 – A20DTH ecoFlex 96kW –/1821 – A20DTH –/1821 –/1844 A20DTH ecoFlex 118kW –/1821...
  • Page 213 Technical data Kerb weight, basic model with all optional equipment Insignia Estate Engine Manual transmission Automatic transmission without/with air conditioning A16LET –/1837 – [kg] A18XER –/1799 – A20DTC –/1899 – A20DTH ecoFlex 96kW –/1918 – A20DTH –/1918 –/1942 A20DTH ecoFlex 118kW –/1918...
  • Page 214: Vehicle Dimensions

    Technical data Vehicle dimensions Saloon 4-door Hatchback 5-door Estate Length [mm] 4830 4830 4908 Width without exterior mirrors [mm] 1856 1856 1856 Width with two exterior mirrors [mm] 2084 2084 2084 Height (without antenna) [mm] 1498 1498 1520 Length of load compartment floor [mm] 1003 1003 1086...
  • Page 215 Technical data Engine A20DTC A20DTJ A20DTH A20DTH A20DTH A20DTR ecoFlex 96kW ecoFlex 118kW including filter [l] between MIN and MAX [l] Fuel tank Petrol/diesel, nominal capacity [l]...
  • Page 216: Tyre Pressures

    Technical data Tyre pressures Tyre pressures for vehicles with front-wheel drive Saloon/Hatchback Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi])
  • Page 217 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A16 LET 225/50 R17 , 220/2.2 (32) 200/2.0 (29) –...
  • Page 218 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A18XER 205/60 R16 , 220/2.2 (32) 200/2.0 (29) 270/2.7 (39) 260/2.6 (38) 220/2.2 (32) 270/2.7 (39) 215/60 R16, 215/55 R17...
  • Page 219 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20NHT with manual 225/50 R17 , 240/2.4 (35) 220/2.2 (32) –...
  • Page 220 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20NHT with 225/50 R17 , 240/2.4 (35) 220/2.2 (32) –...
  • Page 221 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTC 225/50 R17 , 220/2.2 (32) 200/2.0 (29) –...
  • Page 222 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTJ with manual 215/60 R16, 220/2.2 (32) 200/2.0 (29) 270/2.7 (39) 260/2.6 (38) 230/2.3 (33) 280/2.8 (41) transmission...
  • Page 223 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTJ with automatic 215/60 R16, 230/2.3 (33) 210/2.1 (30) 270/2.7 (39) 260/2.6 (38) 230/2.3 (33) 280/2.8 (41) transmission...
  • Page 224 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTH with manual 215/60 R16 230/2.3 (33) 210/2.1 (30) 270/2.7 (39) 260/2.6 (38) 240/2.4 (35) 290/2.9 (42) transmission...
  • Page 225 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTH with 225/50 R17 , 240/2.4 (35) 220/2.2 (32) –...
  • Page 226 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTH ECOFlex with 225/50 R17 , 240/2.4 (35) 220/2.2 (32) –...
  • Page 227 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTR 215/55 R17 , 220/2.2 (32) 200/2.0 (29) 270/2.7 (39) 260/2.6 (38) 230/2.3 (33) 280/2.8 (41) 235/45 R18 245/45 R18,...
  • Page 228 Technical data Estate Comfort with up to ECO with up to 3 people With full load 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A16XER 220/2.2 240/2.4 270/2.7 290/2.9...
  • Page 229 Technical data Comfort with up to ECO with up to 3 people With full load 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A18XER 205/60 R16 220/2.2 240/2.4 270/2.7...
  • Page 230 Technical data Comfort with up to ECO with up to 3 people With full load 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A16 LET 215/55 R17 220/2.2 240/2.4 270/2.7...
  • Page 231 Technical data Comfort with up to ECO with up to 3 people With full load 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20NHT 225/50 R17 240/2.4 260/2.6 270/2.7...
  • Page 232 Technical data Comfort with up to ECO with up to 3 people With full load 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTC 225/50 R17 220/2.2 240/2.4 270/2.7...
  • Page 233 Technical data Comfort with up to ECO with up to 3 people With full load 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTJ with 225/45 R18 250/2.5 270/2.7 –...
  • Page 234 Technical data Comfort with up to ECO with up to 3 people With full load 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTJ with 225/45 R18 250/2.5 270/2.7 –...
  • Page 235 Technical data Comfort with up to ECO with up to 3 people With full load 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTH, A20DTH 225/45 R 18 250/2.5 270/2.7 –...
  • Page 236 Technical data Comfort with up to ECO with up to 3 people With full load 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTH with 225/45 R18 260/2.6 280/2.8 –...
  • Page 237 Technical data Comfort with up to ECO with up to 3 people With full load 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTR with 215/55 R17 240/2.4 260/2.6 270/2.7...
  • Page 238 Technical data Comfort with up to ECO with up to 3 people With full load 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) 245/35 R20 230/2.3 250/2.5 270/2.7 290/2.9...
  • Page 239 Technical data Comfort with up to ECO with up to 3 people With full load 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTR with 215/55 R17 240/2.4 260/2.6 270/2.7...
  • Page 240 Technical data Comfort with up to ECO with up to 3 people With full load 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) Temporary spare wheel 420/4.2 420/4.2 –...
  • Page 241 Technical data Tyre pressures for vehicles with all-wheel drive Saloon/Hatchback Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi])
  • Page 242 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20NHT with 225/50 R17 260/2.6 240/2.4 –...
  • Page 243 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTR with 225/50 R17 250/2.5 230/2.3 –...
  • Page 244 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTR with 225/50 R17 250/2.5 230/2.3 –...
  • Page 245 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A28NET with manual 225/50 R17 270/2.7 250/2.5...
  • Page 246 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A28NET with 225/50 R17 270/2.7 250/2.5 –...
  • Page 247 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) 255/35 R20 270/2.7 250/2.5 –...
  • Page 248 Technical data Estate Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20NHT with 250/2.5 (36) 250/2.5 (36) 270/2.7 (39) 290/2.9 (42) 250/2.5 (36) 320/3.2 (46) 225/50 R17 manual...
  • Page 249 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20NHT with 225/50 R17 250/2.5 (36) 250/2.5 (36) 270/2.7 (39) 290/2.9 (42) 260/2.6 (38) 330/3.3 (48) 8)7) automatic...
  • Page 250 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A20DTR 215/55 R17 240/2.4 (35) 240/2.4 (35) 270/2.7 (39) 290/2.9 (42) 250/2.5 (36) 320/3.2 (46) 7)8) 225/50 R17...
  • Page 251 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A28NET with 215/55 R17 280/2.8 (41) 280/2.8 (41) –...
  • Page 252 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) A28NET with 215/55 R17 280/2.8 (41) 280/2.8 (41) –...
  • Page 253 Technical data Comfort with up to With full load 3 people ECO with up to 3 people Engine Tyres front rear front rear front rear [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] [kPa/bar] ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) ([psi]) 255/35 R20 270/2.7 (39) 250/2.5 (36) – –...
  • Page 254 Technical data Towing hitch installation dimensions Saloon/Hatchback...
  • Page 255 Technical data Estate...
  • Page 256: Customer Information

    Customer information Customer Vehicle data recording ■ with the consent of the vehicle owner or, if the vehicle is leased, and privacy information with the consent of the lessee, ■ in response to an official request of Event data recorders police or similar government office, The vehicle has a number of ■...
  • Page 257: Index

    Index Accessories and vehicle Battery ........161 modifications ......157 Battery discharge protection ..118 Adaptive forward lighting ..89, 112 Bonnet ........158 Adjustable air vents ....125 Brake and clutch system ..... 86 Airbag and belt tensioners ... 84 Brake assist .......
  • Page 258 Cruise control ...... 89, 143 Engine oil pressure ...... 88 Cupholders ........58 Entry lighting ......117 Halogen headlights ....163 Curtain airbag system ....50 Event data recorders....255 Hand brake - see Parking brake. 138 Exit lighting ........ 117 Hazard warning flashers ....
  • Page 259 Interruption of power supply ..134 Rear window wiper/washer ..75 Introduction ........3 Recommended fluids and New vehicle running-In ....128 ISOFIX child restraint systems ..57 lubricants ........ 197 Number plate light ..... 170 Refuelling ........151 Reversing lights ......115 Jump starting ......
  • Page 260: Ultrasonic Parking Assist

    Sunvisor lights ......117 Tyre pressure monitoring Wheel covers ......182 Sun visors ........34 system....... 88, 179 Wheels and tyres ....... 178 Symbols ......... 4 Tyre pressures ......215 Windscreen wiper/washer ... 73 Tyre repair kit ......183 Winter tyres ....... 178 Tyres ..........

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