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  • Page 2

    fi nd your handbook at the following The Vehicle documentation link in the home page (no registration is address: needed), http://service.citroen.com the language, the vehicle, its body style, the print edition of your handbook appropriate for the date of registration of your vehicle.

  • Page 3

    Happy motoring! This key will enable you to identify the special features of your vehicle: C4 Picasso Grand C4 Picasso Grand C4 Picasso with 5 seats Grand C4 Picasso with 7 seats...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Access Driving Familiarisation Electronic key - remote control Starting-switching off the engine with the electronic key "Keyless Entry and Starting" system Starting-switching off the engine with the "Keyless Entry and Starting" system Central locking Electric parking brake Doors Hill start assist Boot 5-speed manual gearbox Motorised tailgate...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Visibility Practical information Technical data Lighting controls Temporary puncture repair kit Petrol engines Automatic illumination of headlamps Changing a wheel Petrol weights Automatic headlamp dipping Snow chains Diesel engines Daytime running lamps Changing a bulb Diesel weights Headlamp adjustment Changing a fuse Dimensions Directional lighting...

  • Page 6: Exterior, Distance Alert

    Familiarisation Exterior Electronic key: Keyless Distance alert Entry and Starting Using a radar located at the front of the vehicle, this system provides: the Display of the inter-vehicle time , to help the driver maintain a safe distance between their vehicle and the one in front, the triggering of a Collision risk alert, to warn the driver, in certain driving conditions, that their vehicle is at risk of collision with the vehicle in front.

  • Page 7: Automatic Headlamps

    Familiarisation Exterior Stop & Start This system puts the engine temporarily into standby during stops in the traffic (traffic lights, traffic jams, etc...). The engine restarts automatically as soon as you want to move off. The Stop & Start system reduces fuel consumption and exhaust emissions, as well as noise levels when stationary.

  • Page 8: Reversing Camera, Park Assist

    Familiarisation Exterior Reversing camera 360 Vision This system is activated automatically on This system provides an image in the engaging reverse and provides an image in the instrument panel of the near surroundings of instrument panel. your vehicle, using cameras located at the front and rear of the vehicle and under the door mirrors.

  • Page 9: Motorised Tailgate, Blind Spot Sensors

    Familiarisation Exterior Motorised tailgate Blind spot sensors This system simplifies the opening and closing In certain driving conditions, this system of the boot by means of motorisation of the detects the presence of vehicles in the blind tailgate. spots. You are alerted by the illumination of a warning lamp in the corresponding mirror.

  • Page 10: Fuel Tank

    Familiarisation Access Electronic key - Remote Keyless Entry and Starting Motorised tailgate control This system allows the tailgate to be opened remotely using motorisation. The motorisation of the tailgate can be activated or deactivated. Ensure that there is enough space behind the vehicle for the movement of the tailgate.

  • Page 11: Panoramic Sunroof, Inch Touch Screen Tablet, Electric Parking Brake

    Familiarisation Interior Panoramic sunroof 7-inch touch screen tablet This glazed roof increases the light in the It provides access to the heating and air passenger compartment. It is fitted with an conditioning controls, to settings for vehicle electric blind. systems, to controls for the audio, navigation and telematic systems and to the display configuration settings...

  • Page 12

    Familiarisation Interior Bonnet release lever. 2. Fusebox. 3. Steering wheel adjustment controls. 4. Door mirror controls. Electric window controls. 5. Side adjustable air vents. Side window demisting vents. 6. Quarter light demisting windows. Driver's airbag. Horn. 8. Courtesy lamp and map reading lamps. Panoramic glass roof panel blind control.

  • Page 13: Instruments And Controls

    Familiarisation Instruments and controls Headlamp height adjustment. 2. Deactivation of volumetric alarm monitoring, or Ticket holder. 3. Lighting and direction indicator stalk 4. Steering mounted controls (6-speed electronic gearbox system/automatic gearbox). 5. Speed limiter / cruise control / active cruise control controls.

  • Page 14: Sitting Comfortably

    Familiarisation Sitting comfortably Driver's seat Manual adjustments Adjustment of the backrest angle of the driver's seat. 2. Adjustment of the cushion height of the driver's seat. 3. Forwards-backwards adjustment. Electric adjustments Adjustment of the cushion angle and height, and forwards-backwards position. 2.

  • Page 15: Head Restraint Adjustment

    Familiarisation Sitting comfortably Head restraint adjustment Steering wheel adjustment Correct driving position To raise it, pull it upwards. Release. Before taking to the road, adjust in the following To lower it, press on the lug A and on the head 2.

  • Page 16: Door Mirrors, Rear View Mirror

    Familiarisation Sitting comfortably Door mirrors Rear view mirror Adjustment Manual day/night model A. Selection of the mirror to adjust. Selection of the "day" position of the mirror. B. Adjustment of the mirror position in four 2. Adjustment of the mirror. directions.

  • Page 17: Front Seat Belts

    Familiarisation Sitting comfortably Front seat belts Centre rear seat belt in the Outer rear seat belts row (fastening) (stowing) Guide the belt in and place the tongue on the Pull the webbing and insert the tongue A in magnet of the outer anchorage. the right hand buckle.

  • Page 18: Seeing Clearly

    Familiarisation Seeing clearly Lighting Wipers Ring A Stalk A: windscreen wipers Switching on "AUTO" Fast wipe. Press the stalk downwards. Lighting off/daytime running lamps. Normal wipe. Automatic illumination of headlamps. Int. Intermittent wipe. Switching off "AUTO" Sidelamps. Off. Press the stalk downwards again or place AUTO Automatic wiping.

  • Page 19: Passenger Safety

    Familiarisation Passenger safety Passenger's front airbag Seat belt warning lamps Manual child lock A. Warning lamp for not fastened (front seat belts) and unfastened (all seat belts). B. Seat belt location indicator. This manual device prevents opening of the rear doors by the interior door handles. The control is located on the edge of each rear door.

  • Page 20: Driving Safely

    Familiarisation Driving safely Operation Use the buttons arranged on each side of the touch screen tablet for access to the menus, then press on the virtual buttons in the touch screen tablet. From the primary page, use this button for access to the secondary page.

  • Page 21: Starting The Engine, Switching Off The Engine, With The Electronic Key, Starting System

    Familiarisation Driving safely Starting the engine Switching off the engine With the electronic key Immobilise the vehicle. Place the gear selector lever at N for vehicles with an electronic gearbox, P or N for vehicles with an automatic gearbox or neutral for vehicles with a manual gearbox.

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    Familiarisation Driving safely Electric parking brake Manual application / release Automatic application / release Manual application of the parking brake is Before leaving the vehicle, check that First ensure that the engine is running possible by briefly pulling the control lever. the brake warning lamp in the instrument and the driver's door is properly closed.

  • Page 23: Speed Electronic Gearbox, Automatic Gearbox

    Familiarisation Driving safely 6-speed electronic gearbox Automatic gearbox system Gear selector positions Gear selector positions Reverse. Park. Neutral. Reverse. Automated mode. Neutral. Manual mode Automatic mode. Using the steering-mounted control paddles "A" A Manual mode. and " B": Using the steering-mounted control paddles "A " A changing gear in manual mode, and "B ": temporarily taking control in automated...

  • Page 24

    Familiarisation Driving safely Stop & Start Going into engine STOP mode Going into engine START mode The "ECO" warning lamp comes on in The "ECO" warning lamp goes off the instrument panel and the engine and the engine restarts automatically: automatically goes into standby: with a manual gearbox, when you fully with a manual gearbox , at speeds below...

  • Page 25

    Familiarisation Driving safely Steering wheel with integrated controls Controls for speed limiter / cruise Other controls Audio system controls control / active cruise control Black panel (black screen). Audio system and telephone 168, 171, 174 2. Control of the display mode of the type 2 controls instrument screen.

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    Familiarisation Eco-driving Eco-driving is a range of everyday practices that allow the motorist to optimise their fuel consumption and CO emissions. Optimise the use of your gearbox Control the use of your electrical equipment With a manual gearbox, move off gently and change up without waiting. Before moving off, if the passenger compartment is too warm, ventilate it During acceleration change up early.

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    Familiarisation Limit the causes of excess consumption Observe the recommendations on maintenance Spread loads throughout the vehicle; place the heaviest items in the Check the tyre pressures regularly, when cold, referring to the label in bottom of the boot, as close as possible to the rear seats. the door aperture, driver's side.

  • Page 28: Inch Touch Screen Tablet

    Monitoring 7-inch touch screen tablet General operation The 7-inch touch screen tablet gives access to: the heating/air conditioning controls, Recommendations Principles menus for adjusting settings for vehicle functions and systems, It is necessary to press firmly, particularly for Use the buttons on either side of the screen audio and display configuration menus, "flick"...

  • Page 29

    Monitoring Touch screen tablet menus State of indicator lamps Some buttons contain an indicator lamp that gives the state of the corresponding function. Green indicator: you have switched on the corresponding function. Orange indicator: you have switched off the corresponding function. Access the the "Air conditioning"...

  • Page 30

    Monitoring "Driving assistance" menu The functions with settings that can be adjusted are detailed in the table below. Button Corresponding function Comments Speed settings Memorisation of speeds for use with the speed limiter or cruise control. Under-inflation initialisation Reinitialisation of the under-inflation system. Park Assist Activation of the Park Assist function.

  • Page 31

    Monitoring Button Corresponding function Comments Vehicle settings Access to other functions with settings that can be adjusted. The functions are grouped together under three tabs: " Driving assistance " ● "Automatic rear wiper in reverse" (Activation of rear wiper linked to reverse gear; see the "Visibility"...

  • Page 32

    Monitoring Button Corresponding function Comments Diagnostic List of current alerts. Lane departure warning system Activation of the function. Parking sensors Deactivation of the function. Inter-vehicle time Activation of the function. Automatic headlamp dipping Activation of the function.

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    Monitoring "Confi guration" menu The functions available through this menu are detailed in the table below. Button Corresponding function Comments Audio settings Adjustment of volume, balance... Colour schemes Choice of a colour scheme. Interactive help Simplified instructions. Turn off screen Turns the screen off.

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    Monitoring Button Corresponding function Comments System settings Choice of units: temperature (°Celsius or °Fahrenheit) distance and fuel consumption (l/100 km, mpg or km/l). Time/Date Setting the date and time. Languages Choice of language used (for the touch screen tablet and the type 2 instrument panel): French, English, Italian, Spanish, German, Dutch, Portuguese, Polish, Turkish, Russian.

  • Page 35: Instrument Panels

    Monitoring Type 1 instrument panel Dials and screens Control buttons Rev counter (x 1 000 rpm or tr/min), 5. Fuel gauge. A. Main lighting dimmer buttons. graduation according to engine (petrol or 6. Service indicator, then total mileage B. Recall servicing information. Diesel).

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    Monitoring Type 2 instrument panel This instrument panel is presented in the form of a 12-inch panoramic HD screen. It can be personalised. Depending on the display mode selected, some information can be hidden (see "Personalisation of the instrument panel"). Dials and screens Control button Rev counter (x 1000 tr/min or rpm)

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    Monitoring Display zones Personalisation of the type 2 instrument panel Choosing the display mode instrument panel, by choosing: Each mode corresponds to the type of a colour scheme, information displayed in the configurable area. a display mode. Choosing a colour scheme It depends on the colour scheme chosen for the touch screen tablet.

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    Monitoring "MEDIA": display of information related to "NAVIGATION": display of information "PHOTOS": display of the photo selected the media being played or the radio. related to the navigation in progress (map in the "Media" menu of the touch screen and instructions). tablet.

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    Monitoring "DRIVING": used for the display of the To modify the display mode of the instrument once the selected display mode appears inter-vehicle time and information related to panel: in the central window, press the wheel to the active cruise control. turn the wheel on the left of the steering confirm your choice.

  • Page 40: Indicator And Warning Lamps

    Monitoring Indicator and warning lamps Visual indicators informing the driver that a Associated warnings Certain warning lamps may come on in system is in operation, switched off or has a The switching on of certain warning lamps may one of two modes: fixed (continuous) or fault.

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    Monitoring Operation indicator lamps If one of the following indicator lamps comes on in the instrument panel, this confirms that the corresponding system has come into operation. Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Left-hand direction flashing with buzzer. The lighting stalk is pushed down.

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    Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Automatic fixed. The lighting control stalk is in the The camera, located in the door mirror, manages the "AUTO" position, pulled towards headlamp operation of main beam, depending on the ambient you, and the function is activated dipping lighting and driving conditions.

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    Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Diesel engine fixed. The "START/STOP" switch has been Wait until the warning lamp goes off before starting. Once it goes off, starting is immediate, on condition pre-heating pressed (ignition on). that you maintain pressure on the brake pedal for an electronic or automatic gearbox, or the clutch pedal is pressed fully down for a manual gearbox.

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    Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Automatic fixed. The wiper control is pushed Automatic front wiping is activated. wiping downwards. To deactivate automatic wiping, operate the control stalk downwards or put the stalk into another position. Passenger fixed.

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    Monitoring Deactivation indicator lamps If one of the following indicator lamps comes on, this confirms that the corresponding system has been switched off intentionally. This is may be accompanied by an audible signal and the display of a message. Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations...

  • Page 46: Warning Lamps

    Monitoring Warning lamps When the engine is running or the vehicle is being driven, illumination of one of the following warning lamps indicates a fault which requires action on the part of the driver. Any fault resulting in the illumination of a warning lamp must be investigated further using the associated message. If you encounter any problems, contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop.

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    Monitoring State Cause Action / Observations Service on temporarily. A minor fault has occurred for which Identify the fault by means of the associated message, such as: there is no specific warning lamp. opening of a door, the boot or bonnet, low engine oil level, low screenwash/headlamp wash fluid level, discharged remote control battery,...

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    Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Electric parking flashing. When driving: the electric parking Fully release the parking brake by a quick press on the brake brake is not fully released. control lever. If the warning persist, stop as soon as it is safe to do so.

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    Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Braking fixed. The braking system fluid level has You must stop as soon as it is safe to do so. dropped significantly. Top up with brake fluid listed by CITROËN. If the problem persists, have the system checked by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop.

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    Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Low fuel level fixed, accompanied by When it first comes on there remains You must refuel as soon as possible to avoid running an audible signal and approximately 6 litres of fuel in the out of fuel.

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    Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Directional flashing. The directional headlamps system Have it checked by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified headlamps has a fault. workshop. Door(s) open * fixed, associated with A door or the boot is still open. Close the door or boot.

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    Monitoring Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations Under-inflation fixed. The pressure in one or more wheels Check the pressure of the tyres as soon as possible. is too low. This check should preferably be carried out when the tyres are cold.

  • Page 53: Service Indicator

    Monitoring Service indicator Between 600 miles (1 000 km) Less than 600 miles (1 000 km) System which informs the driver when the and 1 800 miles (3 000 km) remain remain before the next service is due next service is due, in accordance with the before the next service is due manufacturer's servicing schedule.

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    Monitoring Service overdue Retrieving the service information For 5 seconds after the ignition is switched on, the spanner flashes to indicate that the service You can access the service information at any must be carried out as soon as possible. time.

  • Page 55: Engine Oil Level Indicator

    Monitoring Engine oil level indicator System which informs the driver whether the engine oil level is correct or not. This information is indicated for a few seconds when the ignition is switched on, after the service information. Oil level correct Oil level indicator fault This is indicated by a message in the This is indicated by a message in the...

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    Monitoring Distance recorders The total and trip distances are displayed for thirty seconds when the ignition is switched off, when the driver's door is opened and when the vehicle is locked or unlocked. To conform to legislation in the country you are crossing, change the units of distance (miles or km) via the configuration menu.

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    Monitoring Allows the manual adjustment of the brightness of the instrument panel and touch screen tablet to suit the ambient light level. Operates only when the vehicle lighting is on, with the exception of the daytime running lamps. Two buttons Touch screen tablet With the headlamps on, press button B to Press on the "Configuration"...

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    Monitoring Black screen (black panel) Black screen (touch screen tablet) instrument panel to be switched off for night driving. The instrument panel remains on with the vehicle speed, the gear selected in an electronic or automatic gearbox, cruise control or speed limiter information, if in use, and the low fuel alerts as appropriate.

  • Page 59: Setting The Date And Time

    Monitoring Setting the date and time Select the "Configuration" menu. Select "Adjust time " or " Adjust date" and Press "Confirm " to quit. modify the settings using the number pad, then confirm. From the secondary page, select "Time/Date".

  • Page 60: Trip Computer

    Monitoring Trip computer Type 1 instrument panel System that gives you information on the journey in progress (range, fuel consumption…). The information is accessible in the " Driving assistance " menu. Information display in the touch screen tablet Trip reset The current fuel consumption tab with: ●...

  • Page 61: Trip Computer

    Monitoring Trip computer Type 2 instrument panel Information display in the instrument panel Trip reset The display of trip computer information is permanent when you select the "DIALS" display mode. The current information tab with: When the trip required is displayed, press ●...

  • Page 62: Average Fuel Consumption

    Monitoring Trip computer, a few definitions Range Current fuel consumption Distance travelled (miles or km) (mpg or l/100 km or km/l) (miles or km) The distance which can still be Calculated over the last few seconds. Calculated since the last trip travelled with the fuel remaining computer reset.

  • Page 63: Electronic Key - Remote Control

    Access Electronic key Remote control Unlocking the vehicle Unlocking the vehicle and opening the boot Complete unlocking Make a long press on this button to unlock the vehicle Press this button. and, depending on version, release the tailgate or open the motorised tailgate.

  • Page 64: Locking The Vehicle

    Access Locking the vehicle Normal locking Press this button. If a door or the boot is not properly The automatic folding and unfolding Holding the button allows the closed, locking does not take place. of the door mirrors can be deactivated windows to be raised to the Nevertheless, the alarm (if fitted) will be by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified...

  • Page 65

    Access Locating your vehicle Deadlocking This function allows you to identify your vehicle from a distance, particularly in poor light. Your Deadlocking renders the interior door vehicle must be locked. controls inoperative. It also deactivates the manual central Press this button. locking button.

  • Page 66: Keyless Entry And Starting System

    Access "Keyless Entry and Starting" system Unlocking the vehicle Selective unlocking To unlock only the drivers door, with the electronic key on your person, pass your hand behind the driver's door handle. Pull the door handle to open. To unlock the complete vehicle, pass your hand behind one of the door handle of the front passenger door with the electronic key close to the passenger door, or...

  • Page 67

    Access Locking the vehicle Normal locking With the electronic key in the defined Ensure that nothing could prevent the zone A , press with a finger or thumb on correct operation of the windows. one of the door handles (at the markings) Be aware of children when operating or press the locking button on the tailgate.

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    Access By the doors: Deadlocking renders the interior door With the electronic key in the defined controls inoperative. zone A, press a finger or thumb on one of It also deactivates the manual central the front door handles (at the markings) or control button.

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    Access As a safety measure (children on If one of the doors or the boot is still In order to preserve the battery in the board), never leave the vehicle without open or if the electronic key for the electronic key and the vehicle's battery, taking the key for the Keyless Entry and Keyless Entry and Starting system has the "Hands-free"...

  • Page 70: Emergency Procedure

    Access Emergency procedure Emergency unlocking/locking using the integral key Unlocking The integral key is used to lock and unlock the Depending on your version, the vehicle when the electronic key cannot operate direction indicators flash for a few Turn the key towards the front of the vehicle and in the event of a fault with the Keyless seconds, the door mirrors unfold and to unlock the vehicle.

  • Page 71

    Access Normal locking Depending on your version, the direction indicators flash for a Turn the key towards the rear of the vehicle few seconds, the door mirrors fold. to lock the vehicle completely. Deadlocking Turn the key towards the rear in the driver's If your vehicle has an alarm, this door lock to lock the vehicle completely.

  • Page 72: Electronic Key

    Access Remote control problem - reinitialisation Following disconnection of the vehicle battery, Changing the battery of the Do not throw the remote control replacement of the remote control battery or electronic key batteries away, they contain metals in the event of a remote control malfunction, which are harmful to the environment.

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    Access Visit a CITROËN dealer with the vehicle's registration document and your personal identification documents and if possible the key code label. The CITROËN dealer will be able to retrieve the key code and the transponder code required to order a new key. Electronic key The electronic key is a sensitive system;...

  • Page 74: Central Locking

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

  • Page 75: Doors

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

  • Page 76: Back-up Control

    Access Back-up control System allowing the doors to be locked and unlocked manually in the event of a malfunction of the central locking system or battery failure. Locking the front and rear Unlocking the front and rear passenger doors passenger doors Open the doors.

  • Page 77: Boot

    Access Boot Opening the tailgate Closing the tailgate With the electronic key / Lower the tailgate using the interior remote control grips. Release the grips and press down on the outside of the tailgate to close it. Make a long press on this button to release the tailgate.

  • Page 78: Motorised Tailgate

    Access Motorised tailgate Tailgate controls A: Exterior control Never place a finger in the tailgate locking system: risk of a serious accident! To avoid the risk of injury, ensure that Check that there is enough space to allow for there is no person close to the rear of the movement of the tailgate.

  • Page 79: Remote Control, Opening The Tailgate

    Access Memorising an opening Motorised opening Motorised closing position Unlocking and opening the There are two possibilities: tailgate with the electronic key / Press and release the exterior Where height is restricted (garage with a low remote control control A. ceiling, ...) it is possible to limit and memorise the opening angle of the tailgate.

  • Page 80: Tailgate Release

    Access Tailgate release The motorised tailgate can be opened and System allowing the mechanical unlocking of Precautions in use closed manually, even if motorisation is the boot in the event of a battery or central In the event of an accumulation of snow activated.

  • Page 81: Alarm

    Access Alarm System which protects and provides a deterrent against theft and break-ins. It provides the following types of monitoring: Locking the vehicle with full Self-protection function alarm system The system checks for the disconnection of any of its components. Activation The alarm is triggered if the battery, Switch off the ignition and get out of the vehicle.

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    Access Locking the vehicle with exterior perimeter monitoring only Deactivation Deactivate the interior volumetric monitoring Press one of the unlocking buttons on the to avoid unwanted triggering of the alarm in In the case of automatic locking of the remote control: certain cases such as: vehicle (which occurs after a period of short press...

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    Access Triggering of the alarm Locking the vehicle without activating the alarm This is indicated by sounding of the siren and flashing of the direction indicators for Lock or deadlock the vehicle using the key thirty seconds. (integral with the remote control) in the Reactivation of the interior The monitoring functions remain active until driver's door lock.

  • Page 84: Electric Windows

    Access Electric windows Safety anti-pinch To open or close the window, press or pull the When the window rises and meets an obstacle, switch gently. The window stops as soon as the it stops and immediately partially lowers again. switch is released. In the event of unwanted opening of the window on closing, press the switch until the window opens completely, then pull the switch...

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    Access Reinitialisation of the electric windows Deactivating the rear controls for Following reconnection of the battery, the In the event of contact during operation the rear windows safety anti-pinch function must be reinitialised. of the windows, you must reverse the The safety anti-pinch function is not active movement of the window.

  • Page 86: Front Seats

    Comfort Front seats Seat consisting of a seat cushion, a seat back and a head restraint which can all be adjusted to adapt your position for ease of driving and comfort. As a safety measure, seat adjustments should only be done when stationary. Manual adjustments Forwards-backwards Driver's seat backrest angle...

  • Page 87: Rear Seats

    Comfort Passenger's seat backrest angle Table position for the passenger's seat backrest Pull the control upwards to adjust the This position, associated with the position of backrest. Check that there is no object that could the rear seats, allows you to carry long objects When the backrest angle is correct, release the interfere with the movement of the seat, inside the vehicle.

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    Comfort Front seats Electric adjustments Forwards-backwards (driver's Seat backrest angle Seat cushion height and angle seat) Tilt the control forwards or rearwards to Operate the rear part of the control Push the control forwards or rearwards to adjust the angle of the seat backrest. upwards or downwards to obtain the slide the seat.

  • Page 89: Storing Driving Positions

    Comfort Storing driving positions Storing a position Recalling a stored position Using buttons M / 1 / 2 Ignition on or engine running Switch on the ignition. Press button 1 or 2 to recall the Adjust your seat and the door mirrors. corresponding position.

  • Page 90

    Comfort Additional adjustments Head restraint height and angle Removing a head restraint Comfort head restraints (depending on version) Depending on version, you can fold the sides to To raise a head restraint, pull it upwards. To remove the head restraint, press the obtain a more comfortable position.

  • Page 91: Massage Function

    Comfort Electric lumbar adjustment Massage function Activation Deactivation Press the control to obtain the desired lumbar support. You can deactivate the massage Press this switch. function at any time by pressing this switch, its indicator lamp goes off. Its indicator lamp comes on and the massage This function provides the front occupants function is activated for a period of 1 hour.

  • Page 92: Manual Passenger Seat

    Comfort Electric leg rest Heated seats control Manual passenger seat Electric passenger seat Use the adjustment wheel to switch on and select the level of heating required: Press the front or rear part of the control to Push the control forwards or backwards to 0: Off.

  • Page 93: Front Armrest, Height Adjustment

    Comfort Front armrest Comfort system for the driver and front passenger. Height adjustment Fully lower the armrest. Raise it to the required position (low, intermediate or high). Once in the high position, lift to release it and return it to the low position.

  • Page 94

    Comfort Second-row seats The 3 seats in the 2 row are independent of each other and are all the same width. Their backrests can be folded to vary the load space in the boot. Forwards-backwards adjustment Raise the lever A , located at the front of the seat cushion, and adjust the seat to the desired position.

  • Page 95: Rear Head Restraints

    Comfort "Comfort" position Rear head restraints Comfort head restraints Pull the strap B and guide the seat The rear head restraints can be removed and rearwards. have two positions: Depending on version, the sides can be folded The backrest reclines and the seat base pivots high, position for use, to obtain a more comfortable position.

  • Page 96

    Comfort Flat floor Each seat can be folded onto the floor to vary the the space available in the boot. Folding a seat Place the seats in the fully back position. From the outside From the boot, when loading for example Pull firmly upwards on strap C, as indicated You can fold the second-row seats from the by the arrow, to unlock the seat;...

  • Page 97

    Comfort Repositioning a seat Continuity panels If necessary, straighten the continuity Each seat has a continuity panel at the bottom Releasing / locking the continuity panels panels for the seats in the 2 row and lock of the backrest, that once unfolded: Before unfolding the continuity panels, them in place.

  • Page 98

    Comfort Access to the third row Leaving the vehicle from Repositioning a seat, from seats the third-row seats the outside, with the door open Access to the third-row seats is via the outer second-row seats. If there are passengers seated in the third row: manually return the assembly as far as possible rearwards;...

  • Page 99: Third Row Seats

    Comfort Third row seats Repositioning the Concertina boards seats Two rigid concertina boards, which cannot be separated from the vehicle, cover the 2 third-row seats, when these are in the folded position. Folding the concertina boards Remove the luggage net (see the "Boot fittings"...

  • Page 100

    Comfort Folding the seats Return the second-row continuity panels to Next push the backrest gently forwards. Before moving the third-row seats, their initial position and lock them. The backrest pivots, folding onto the seat return the rigid floor plates of the Lower the head restraints.

  • Page 101: Seat Modularity

    Comfort Seat modularity and confi gurations Examples of configurations 5 seats 3 seats 4 seats Maximum loadspace...

  • Page 102

    Comfort Examples of seat configurations 7 seats Maximum loadspace 4 seats For easy modification of your interior vehicle space, all the rear seats can be individually folded: onto the second-row floor, and under the third- row floor. You can then have a load floor that is continuous up to the front seat backrests.

  • Page 103: Mirrors

    Comfort Mirrors Door mirrors Folding From outside: lock the vehicle using the electronic key or the Keyless Entry and Starting system. From inside: with the ignition on, pull the control A in the central position rearwards. If the mirrors are folded using control A, they will not unfold when the vehicle is unlocked.

  • Page 104

    Comfort Rear view mirror Automatic tilting in reverse gear Adjustable mirror providing a central rearward view. Equipped with an anti-dazzle system, which darkens the mirror glass and reduces the nuisance to the driver caused by the sun, headlamps from other vehicles... System which provides a view of the ground during parking manoeuvres in reverse gear.

  • Page 105: Steering Wheel Adjustment, Child Surveillance Mirror

    Comfort Steering wheel adjustment Child surveillance mirror When stationary, pull the control lever to release the adjustment mechanism. Adjust the height and reach to suit your A child surveillance mirror is fitted above the driving position. rear view mirror. This allows you to monitor the Push the control lever to lock the vehicle’s rear passengers, or it can facilitate adjustment mechanism.

  • Page 106: Ventilation

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

  • Page 107

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

  • Page 108: Heating

    Comfort Heating The heating system works only when the The symbol for airflow (a fan) fills progressively The air distribution can be varied by using more engine is running. according to the air flow setting made. than one button. Press the button for the " Air conditioning" By reducing the air flow to the minimum, you Each press of a button activates or deactivates menu to display the page for the system...

  • Page 109

    Comfort Dual-zone manual air conditioning with temperature regulation Temperature adjustment Air flow adjustment The air conditioning system operates with the engine running. The temperature at the nozzles and vents The driver and front passenger can each adjust is regulated by the system according to the Press one of these buttons to the temperature.

  • Page 110: Switching Off

    Comfort Air distribution adjustment Air conditioning On / Off Air intake / Air recirculation The intake of exterior air prevents the formation The air conditioning is designed to These buttons are used to arrange of mist on the windscreen and side windows. operate effectively in all seasons, the distribution of air in the passenger The recirculation of interior air isolates the...

  • Page 111: Dual-zone Digital Air Conditioning

    Comfort Dual-zone digital air conditioning Temperature adjustment This air conditioning system operates with the engine running, but the ventilation and its controls are available with the ignition on. Operation of the air conditioning and regulation of temperature, air flow and air distribution in the The driver and front passenger can each set passenger compartment are automatic.

  • Page 112

    Comfort Automatic comfort programme This setting is associated with AUTO mode Press the "AUTO" button only. However, on deactivation of AUTO mode, to activate or deactivate the the indicator for the last setting remains on. automatic mode of the air Changing the setting does not reactivate AUTO conditioning system.

  • Page 113

    Comfort Resuming manual control Air fl ow adjustment Air distribution adjustment You can manually adjust one or more settings, while retaining automatic control of the other Press one of these buttons to You can modulate the distribution of air in the functions: increase or decrease the speed passenger compartment using these three buttons.

  • Page 114

    Comfort Air conditioning On/Off Air intake/Air recirculation "Mono" function The air conditioning is designed to The intake of exterior air avoids misting of the The comfort setting for the passenger's side operate efficiently in all seasons, with windscreen and side windows. can be indexed to the driver's comfort setting the windows closed.

  • Page 115

    Comfort "Rear" function Settings for passengers in Settings for the 2 row of seats passengers in the row of seats This function gives rear passengers access to the adjustment controls and allows. the distribution of air conditioned air to the vents for the 2 row of seats, the distribution of ambient air to the vents...

  • Page 116

    Comfort Front Demist - Defrost Ventilation with ignition on Press this button to demist or defrost the windscreen and side function windows as quickly as possible. With the ignition on, you can use the The indicator lamp in the button ventilation system and have access to the "...

  • Page 117: Rear Screen Demist - Defrost

    Comfort Rear screen demist - defrost Switching off Switch off the heating of the rear screen and door mirrors as soon as you judge The demisting/defrosting switches off automatically it possible, as reducing the consumption to prevent an excessive consumption of current. of electrical current reduces fuel It is possible to stop the demisting/ consumption.

  • Page 118: Scented Air Freshener

    Comfort Scented air freshener The scented air freshener releases a fragrance into the passenger compartment via the central air vents. To remove the air freshener To insert the air freshener The air freshener contains an empty cartridge when your vehicle is delivered. You therefore need to insert a cartridge in order to use the air freshener.

  • Page 119

    Comfort Air freshener button Replacing a cartridge For safety, use only cartridges that are provided for this purpose. Retain the containers for storing used cartridges. Do not recharge or dismantle the cartridges. Keep them out of reach of children and animals.

  • Page 120

    Comfort Front fi ttings Sun visor. 2. Card holder. 3. Glove box. 4. Central storage. It contains the power and audio sockets. 5. Raised console with closed storage, low console or removable console. 6. Cup holder. Door pockets. 8. Storage below the steering wheel. (Handbook pack).

  • Page 121: Glove Box

    Comfort Sliding sun visor Glove box Sliding blinds Sun visor rails Sliding blinds are provided for your protection The blinds are extended on the sun visor rails. Depending on equipment, it may contain a CD against bright sunlight. They can be adjusted Fold the visor downwards, to protect against player.

  • Page 122

    Comfort Removable console The removable console is a portable storage space secured to the lower centre console. It has a sliding lid, an open storage space and two cup holders. Releasing the removable Refitting the removable console console Raise the locking control located at the Carry out these operations in reverse When not fixed to its carrier, the front of the console.

  • Page 123

    Comfort Central storage compartment 230 V / 50 Hz power socket To open the central storage compartment, pull the grip and lower the cover. A 230 V / 50 Hz socket (maximum power: It is illuminated on opening. Connect only one device at a time to 120 W) is fitted in the central storage box.

  • Page 124: Auxiliary Socket, Usb Ports

    Comfort 12 V accessory socket Auxiliary socket USB ports The auxiliary socket is located in the central Depending on equipment, one or two USB To connect a 12 V accessory (maximum storage box. ports are located in the central storage box. power: 120 Watts), lift the cover and connect a suitable adaptor.

  • Page 125

    Comfort Mats Removable carpet protection. Fitting Removal To avoid any risk of jamming of the pedals: To remove the mat on the driver's side: only use mats which are suited to move the seat as far back as possible, the fixings already present in the unclip the fixings, vehicle;...

  • Page 126: Storage Boxes, Steering Wheel

    Comfort Storage boxes Storage below the steering wheel Depending on equipment, storage boxes are located under the front seat. Opening This storage compartment below the steering wheel is intended for stowing your vehicle's handbook pack. Raise the grip and lower the storage box cover.

  • Page 127

    Comfort Rear fi ttings Aircraft-style rear tables Individual reading lamps Rear table stowed Rear table opened Reading lamps C may be fitted in the front seat backrests, behind the tables. They illuminate These tables, fitted to the backs of the front the surface of the tables without disturbing the seats, incorporate a cup-holder recess A and a other passengers.

  • Page 128

    Comfort Side blinds Storage wells 12 V accessory socket Fitted to the windows for the 2 row seats, they protect There are two storage wells under the rear To connect a 12 V accessory (maximum the passenger compartment from the sun's rays. passengers' feet.

  • Page 129: Rear Multimedia

    Comfort Rear multimedia Description The pack includes: the connection and control panel fitted on the rear face of the centre console, two 7-inch screens built into the front head restraints (with protective covers), two wireless Bluetooth technology headphone sets with rechargeable batteries, a 12 V charger with two outlets allowing the simultaneous charging of two headphones,...

  • Page 130: Adjustment Buttons

    Comfort Operation It is possible at any time to modify the source for the video display (using button 6 or 7 on the control panel: the indicator lamp for the source selected comes on) as well as the audio channel (using the selector on the headphones).

  • Page 131

    Comfort Boot fi ttings Rear parcel shelf (see details on a following page) 2. Hooks (see details on a following page) 3. Torch (see details on a following page) 4. Storage boxes (see details on a following page) 5. Storage net 6.

  • Page 132

    Comfort Rear parcel shelf Hooks Storage boxes To remove the shelf: The hooks can be used to secure shopping Remove the boot carpet for access to the unhook the two cords, bags. storage boxes. raise the shelf slightly, then remove it. Depending on the configuration, they are laid out for storing: There are several options for storing the shelf:...

  • Page 133

    Comfort Boot fi ttings Luggage cover blind (see details on a following page) 2. Torch (see details on a following page) 3. Concertina boards 4. Lashing eyes 5. 12 V socket (maximum power: 120 Watts) 6. Arm rest with cup holder and storage space Retaining straps 8.

  • Page 134

    Comfort Luggage cover roller In the 5-seat configuration, it is installed behind the second-row seats, with the third-row seats folded away. In the 7-seat configuration, it is stowed behind the third row seats. Installation Removal Position the left and right hand ends of the Disengage the roller guides from the rails roller in cut-out A , with the mobile flap at in the pillars B.

  • Page 135

    Comfort Stowing behind the 3 row seats Ensure that the 3 row seats are folded. To fold the 3 row seats with the roller Fold the first two concertina boards. stowed at the rear, it is necessary to raise the Install the roller in the space above the arm concertina boards in order to allow access to rest, one side after the other, inclining it...

  • Page 136

    Comfort Torch This is a removable lamp, fitted in the side of the boot, which can be used to illuminate the Extract the torch from its location by pulling boot or as a torch. it from the front. Press the switch, located on the back, to switch the torch on or off.

  • Page 137: With The Electronic Key

    Driving Starting-switching off the engine with the electronic key Starting the engine If one of the starting conditions is not met, a reminder message appears in the instrument panel screen. In some circumstances, it is necessary to turn the steering wheel slightly while pressing the "START/STOP"...

  • Page 138

    Driving Switching off the engine Emergency stop Immobilise the vehicle. In the event of an emergency only, Place the gear selector lever at N for the engine can be switched off vehicles with an electronic gearbox, P or N without any conditions. To do this, for an automatic gearbox, or neutral with a press the "START/STOP"...

  • Page 139: Starting-switching Off The Engine With The Keyless Entry And Starting" System, Starting" System

    Driving Starting-switching off the engine with the "Keyless Entry and Starting" system Starting the engine Briefly press the " START/STOP" If the electronic key is not detected in button. the zone, a message is displayed. Move The steering column locks and the electronic key into the zone so that the engine starts more or less the engine can be started.

  • Page 140: Emergency Starting

    Driving Switching off the engine Emergency starting Immobilise the vehicle. Place the gear selector lever at N for vehicles with an electronic gearbox, P or N with an automatic gearbox, or neutral with a manual gearbox. With the electronic key inside the vehicle, press the "...

  • Page 141

    Driving Emergency switch-off Electronic key not recognised In the event of an emergency only, the engine can be switched of without conditions. To do this, press and hold the "START/STOP" button for about 3 seconds. In this case the steering column locks as soon as the vehicle stops.

  • Page 142

    Driving Ignition on without Anti-theft protection starting Electronic engine immobiliser The keys contain an electronic chip which has With the electronic key in the reader or the a secret code. When the ignition is switched Keyless Entry and Starting key inside the on, this code must be recognised in order for vehicle, pressing the "START/STOP"...

  • Page 143: Electric Parking Brake, Indicator Lamp

    Driving Electric parking brake Indicator lamp This indicator lamp comes on in the In the event of a battery failure, the instrument panel and in the control electric parking brake no longer works. lever to confirm the application of the As a safety measure, if the parking parking brake.

  • Page 144: Manual Operation

    Driving Manual operation Manual release With the ignition on or the engine running, to release the parking brake: press the brake pedal, while maintaining pressure on the brake pedal, briefly push the control lever. Label on door panel The complete release of the parking brake is confirmed by the brake indicator lamp and the Before leaving the vehicle, check that When towing, parking on a steep...

  • Page 145: Automatic Operation

    Driving Automatic operation Automatic release Automatic application Ensure first that the engine is running and the The complete release of the parking With the vehicle stationary, the parking brake driver's door is properly closed. brake is confirmed by the brake is automatically applied when the engine The electric parking brake releases indicator lamp and the P indicator...

  • Page 146

    Driving Special cases Parking the vehicle with the In some situations, you may need to operate brake released the parking brake manually. The complete release of the parking In very cold conditions, it is brake is confirmed by the brake Immobilisation of the vehicle recommended that the parking brake indicator lamp and the P indicator...

  • Page 147

    Driving Emergency braking Deactivating automatic operation The emergency braking should only be used in an exceptional situation. In some situations, such as very cold weather From this point the parking brake can only or towing (caravan, recovery), it may be be applied and released manually using the In the event of a failure of the main service necessary to deactivate automatic operation of...

  • Page 148

    Driving The various alert situations are described in the table below. In the event of a fault with the electric parking brake it is recommended that you contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop without delay. Situations Consequences Display of the message "Parking brake fault" and the Automatic release is not available.

  • Page 149

    Driving Situations Consequences Display of the message "Parking brake fault" and of the The Parking Brake is faulty, the manual and automatic functions may not operate. When stationary, to immobilise your vehicle: following warning lamps: Pull and hold the control lever for about 7 to 15 seconds, until the warning lamp comes on in the instrument panel.

  • Page 150: Hill Start Assist

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

  • Page 151: Speed Manual Gearbox

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

  • Page 152: Speed Electronic Gearbox System

    Driving 6-speed electronic gearbox system Gear selector lever Steering mounted control paddles Six-speed electronic gearbox system which offers a choice between the comfort of fully automatic operation and manual gear changing. There are two driving modes: automated mode for automatic control of the gears by the gearbox, without any action on the part of the driver manual mode for sequential gear changing...

  • Page 153: Moving Off

    Driving Displays in the instrument panel Moving off Select position N. Select automated mode (position A) or Press the brake pedal down fully. manual mode (position M) or reverse Start the engine. (position R ). Release the parking brake by pulling the N appears in the instrument panel control lever, if automatic operation has screen.

  • Page 154: Manual Mode

    Driving Automated mode Manual mode Select position A. Select position M. The gears engaged are displayed in succession AUTO or A and the gear engaged is in the instrument panel. displayed in the instrument panel. The gear change requests are only acted on if the engine speed permits.

  • Page 155

    Driving Reverse Stopping the vehicle Operating fault To engage reverse gear R, the vehicle must be Before switching off the engine, you can: With the ignition on, the flashing of A or immobilised with your foot on the brake pedal. move to position N to engage neutral, AUTO, accompanied by an audible signal and Select position R.

  • Page 156: Automatic Gearbox

    Driving Automatic gearbox Gear selector lever This gearbox offers two driving modes. automated mode for automatic To come out of position P , move the management of the gears by the gearbox, without any action on the part of the driver, gear selector to the right to the desired manual mode for sequential gear changing position, while keeping your foot on the...

  • Page 157

    Driving Steering mounted control paddles Displays in the instrument panel Moving off With your foot on the brake pedal, select position P or N. Start the engine. Otherwise, there is an audible signal accompanied by a message. If P is displayed in the instrument panel, although the gear selector is in another position, place the gear selector in position P to be able to start the engine.

  • Page 158

    Driving Check that the symbol displayed in the When the engine is running at idle, Never select position N when driving. instrument panel agrees with the position brakes releases, if position R, D or M is If position N is engaged in error when engaged.

  • Page 159

    Driving Automated mode Manual mode Temporary manual control of the Select position D. Select position M. gears Use the " + " and "- " steering mounted control paddles to change gear. The gears engaged are displayed successively D and the gear engaged are displayed in the in the instrument panel.

  • Page 160: Parking The Vehicle

    Driving Parking the vehicle Operating fault Before switching off the engine, you can change to position P or N to be in neutral. In the event of a fault with the In either case, apply the parking brake to gearbox, the service warning lamp immobilise the vehicle, unless it is programmed comes on in the instrument panel, in automatic mode.

  • Page 161: Gear Shift Indicator

    Driving Gear shift indicator System which reduces fuel consumption by advising the driver to change up. With an electronic gearbox, the system is only active in Manual mode. Operation Depending on the driving situation and your Example: The system adapts its gear change vehicle's equipment, the system may advise You are in third gear.

  • Page 162: Stop & Start

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

  • Page 163

    Driving Deactivation Going into engine START mode Special cases: START invoked Deactivation of Stop & Start is done in the automatically "Driving assistance" menu. The "ECO" warning lamp goes off START mode is invoked automatically when: Press this button to deactivate the and the engine starts automatically: you open the the driver's door, system.

  • Page 164

    Driving Reactivation Operating fault Maintenance Press this button again. In the event of a fault with the system, this warning lamp comes on continuously. The system is active again; this is Have it checked by a CITROËN dealer or a confirmed by the indicator lamp in the qualified workshop.

  • Page 165: Display Of Inter-vehicle Time

    Driving Display of inter-vehicle time Activation / deactivation Using a radar located at the front of the vehicle, The system is active in a speed range this system helps the driver maintain a safe between 42 and 93 mph (70 and Activation of the system is done in the "...

  • Page 166

    Driving Displays Once the system has been activated and the speed conditions are met, a symbol is displayed in the instrument panel. Symbol Associated message Comments No vehicle detected by the radar. A vehicle is detected but the inter-vehicle time is more than 3 seconds. No value is displayed.

  • Page 167

    Driving Symbol Associated message Comments " SYSTEM INACTIVE: Speed If the speed of your vehicle is outside the operating range. unsuitable" Where the speed is not suitable, a message is displayed while the speed is outside limits (below 42 mph (70 km/h) or above 93 mph (150 km/h), approximately). However, when decelerating, the system is deactivated below 27 mph (45 km/h).

  • Page 168: Operating Limits

    Driving Operating limits Operating fault The vehicle being followed may not be detected In the event of a fault with the system, The operation of the radar, located in in certain conditions such as, for example: this warning lamp is displayed the front bumper, may be disturbed by when turning, accompanied by a message.

  • Page 169: Memorising Speeds

    Driving Memorising speeds This function allows speeds to be saved, which can then be offered to set the two systems: the speed limiter (to limit the speed of the vehicle) or the cruise control (for a vehicle cruising speed). You can memorise up to six speed settings for each of the two systems. By default, some speeds are already memorised. Memorisation Go to the "Driving assistance"...

  • Page 170: Speed Limiter

    Driving Speed limiter Once the programmed speed limit is reached, additional pressure on the accelerator pedal has no effect. Steering mounted controls Displays in the instrument panel System which prevents the vehicle from exceeding the speed programmed by the driver. The speed limiter is switched on manually: it requires a programmed speed of at least 20 mph (30 km/h).

  • Page 171

    Driving Adjusting the speed limit setting Turn wheel 1 to the "LIMIT" position: the You do not have to switch the speed limiter on a press on button 5 : in order to set the speed. the six speeds memorised, displayed in speed limiter mode is selected but is not Once the function is selected, you can modify the touch screen tablet,...

  • Page 172

    Driving Temporarily exceeding Operating fault the programmed speed Press firmly on the accelerator pedal, Flashing of the dashes indicates a fault with the On sharp acceleration, as when going beyond the point of resistance, to speed limiter. descending a steep hill, the speed exceed the programmed speed limit.

  • Page 173: Cruise Control

    Driving Cruise control System which automatically maintains the speed of the vehicle at the value programmed by the driver, without any action on the accelerator pedal. Steering mounted controls Displays in the instrument panel The cruise control is switched on manually: it requires a minimum vehicle speed of 25 mph (40 km/h) and engagement of: at least fourth gear on a manual gearbox,...

  • Page 174

    Driving Modifi cation of the initial speed Turn wheel 1 to the "CRUISE" position: the setting cruise control mode is selected but is not switched on (Pause). If the cruise control is on, you can then modify pressing button 5: Press button 2 or 3 : your vehicle's current the initial speed in one of the following ways: the six memorised speeds are displayed...

  • Page 175

    Driving Operating fault Exceeding the programmed Flashing of the dashes indicates a fault with the When the cruise control is switched on, speed cruise control. be careful if you maintain the pressure Have it checked by a CITROËN dealer or a on one of the programmed speed If the programmed speed is exceeded, the qualified workshop.

  • Page 176: Active Cruise Control

    Driving Active cruise control Principles of operation This systems allows, in addition to maintaining your vehicle's speed at a value that you have defined, the inter-vehicle time you have Using a radar with a range of about 100 metres, selected between your vehicle the the one The active cruise control operates by located at the front of the vehicle, this system ahead to be maintained (2 seconds by default,...

  • Page 177

    Driving General points The active cruise control is switched on The active cruise control can above be paused The active cruise control cannot in any manually: it requires that the speed of the vehicle manually with the control, or automatically: circumstances replace the observation be between 25 mph (40 km/h) and 90 mph by pressing the brake or clutch pedal,...

  • Page 178

    Driving Steering mounted controls Operation Switching on Turn the wheel 1 to the "CRUISE" position: cruise control mode is selected, but not started (Pause). Press one of the buttons 2 or 3: the current speed of your vehicle becomes the cruise speed setting (set on the fly).

  • Page 179

    Driving Displays in the instrument panel Exceeding the programmed In the event of the presence of a speed vehicle detected by the radar, if the speed selected is much higher than It is possible to exceed the programmed speed the speed of that vehicle, the system temporarily by depressing the accelerator is not activated and the alert message pedal.

  • Page 180

    Driving Driving situations and associated alerts The table below describes the alerts and the messages displayed for the different driving situations. The display of these alerts is not sequential. Display in the Symbol Associated message Comments instrument panel No vehicle detected: the system operates as a conventional cruise control.

  • Page 181

    Driving Display in the Symbol Associated message Comments instrument panel "SPEED ADJUSTED" Detection of a vehicle that is too close or running at a speed lower than your vehicle's cruise speed setting. The system uses engine braking to slow your vehicle and then hold it at the speed of the vehicle in front so as to maintain the programmed inter-vehicle time.

  • Page 182

    Driving Limits of operation The active cruise control uses only engine As the radar's field of view is quite narrow, it is braking to slow the vehicle. Consequently the possible that the system may not detect: vehicle looses speed slowly, as when releasing the accelerator pedal.

  • Page 183

    Driving Operating fault In the event of a fault with the active cruise When the cruise control is working, take The operation of the radar, located in control, you are alerted by an audible signal care if making a maintained press on the front bumper, may be disturbed by and display of the message message "Driving one of the cruise control programmed...

  • Page 184: Collision Risk Alert

    Driving Collision risk alert System providing a warning to the driver that their vehicle is at risk of collision with the vehicle in front. Setting the thresholds for The collision risk alert system can be activated or deactivated by the driver. the alert From the secondary page of the "...

  • Page 185

    Driving Alerts According to the collision risk detected by the Level 3: an increase in The change from one level of alert system and the alert threshold chosen, three the tension of the driver's to the next takes place if the driving levels of alert can be triggered: seat belt, to hold the driver conditions do not change (speed...

  • Page 186

    Driving Operating fault In the event of a fault, you are The operation of the radar, located in alerted by the display of the Service the front bumper, may be disturbed by warning lamp, accompanied by a accumulations of grime (dust, mud...) message.

  • Page 187: Lane Departure Warning System

    Driving Lane departure warning system Activation / deactivation Operating fault Activation and deactivation of the function is In the event of a fault, this warning done in the " Driving assistance " menu of the lamp comes on accompanied by an touch screen tablet.

  • Page 188: Blind Spot Sensors

    Driving Blind spot sensors Activation of the system is done in the " Driving assistance " menu, with the ignition on. Press this button to activate the function; the associated indicator lamp comes on. This indicator lamp comes on in the instrument panel.

  • Page 189

    Driving comes on in the door mirror on the side in question as soon as a vehicle - car, lorry, bicycle - is detected and the following conditions are fulfilled: all the vehicles must be moving in the same direction, the speed of your vehicle is between 7 and 87 mph (12 and 140 km/h), the difference in speed between your...

  • Page 190

    Driving Operating fault The system may suffer temporary interference in certain weather conditions (rain, hail...). To deactivate the system, press In the event of a fault, the warning In particular, driving on a wet surface lamp flashes then goes off. this button again;...

  • Page 191: Parking Sensors

    Driving Parking sensors Rear parking sensors The system is switched on by engaging reverse gear. This is accompanied by an audible signal. The system is switched off when you exit reverse gear. This system indicates the proximity of an obstacle (person, vehicle, tree, gate, etc.) which Visual assistance comes within the field of detection of sensors located in the bumper.

  • Page 192

    Driving Front parking sensors Operating fault Deactivation / Activation of the In addition to the rear parking sensors, the front In the event of a malfunction of front and rear parking sensors parking sensors are triggered when an obstacle the system, when reverse gear is detected in front and the speed of the vehicle is engaged this warning lamp is The system is deactivated in the "...

  • Page 193: Reversing Camera

    Driving Reversing camera The reversing camera is activated automatically The space between the blue lines represents The blue lines represent the general direction when reverse gear is engaged. the width of your vehicle except for the door of the vehicle. Depending on version, the image is displayed in mirrors.

  • Page 194: Vision

    Driving 360 Vision Rear vision This system is a visual aid which in no circumstances can replace the vigilance The camera located in the tailgate is activated and responsibility of the driver. and the view of the area behind your vehicle is The images provided by the cameras displayed in the instrument panel and behaves may be deformed by the relief.

  • Page 195

    Driving Operation 360 vision "Rear camera". The cameras located in the front and rear bumpers and under the door mirrors are The view selected is displayed in the instrument panel. activated and a reconstruction of the view from above your vehicle in its immediate surroundings The display in the instrument panel is displayed in the instrument panel.

  • Page 196: Park Assist

    Driving Park Assist This system provides active assistance with The Park Assist system provides assistance for During a manoeuvre the steering wheel parking, detecting a parking space then the following manoeuvres: turns quickly: do not hold the steering controlling the steering to park in the space. wheel, do not place your hand between It controls the steering while the driver the spokes of the steering wheel and...

  • Page 197

    Driving The sequence of manoeuvres and the You should always check the The park sensors function is not driving instructions are displayed in the surroundings of your vehicle before available during parking space instrument panel. starting a manoeuvre. measurement. It intervenes later when manoeuvring to warn you that your The assistance is vehicle is approaching an obstacle: the...

  • Page 198

    Driving Operation Operate the direction indicator on the Assistance with parallel parking parking side chosen to activate the manoeuvres measurement function. You should drive When you have identified a parking space, Limit the speed of the vehicle to at a distance of between 0.5 m and 1.5 m a maximum of 12 mph (20 km/h) from the row of parked vehicles.

  • Page 199

    Driving Move forwards slowly until a message is The assisted parking manoeuvre is in At the end of the manoeuvre, the operating displayed, accompanied by an audible progress. indicator lamp goes out in the instrument signal, asking you to engage reverse gear. Without exceeding 5 mph (8 km/h), move panel, accompanied by a message and an forwards and backwards, aided by the...

  • Page 200

    Driving Assistance in exiting from a The manoeuvre is complete when the vehicle's Operate the direction indicator for the exit parallel parking space front wheels are clear of the parking space. side chosen. When you want to leave a parallel parking At the end of the manoeuvre, the indicator lamp Engage reverse or forward gear and space, start the engine.

  • Page 201

    Driving When several successive bays are found, the vehicle will be directed towards the last one. Assistance with bay parking Operate the direction indicator on the manoeuvres parking side chosen to activate the Once you have identified a measurement function. You should drive parking zone, press this control at a distance of between 0.5 m and 1.5 m at the steering wheel,...

  • Page 202

    Driving During a bay parking manoeuvre, the Park Assist system is automatically deactivated once the rear of the vehicle is within 50 cm of an obstacle. During parking and exit from At the end of the manoeuvre, the operating Select reverse, release the steering wheel parking manoeuvres, the reversing indicator lamp goes out in the instrument panel, and start moving without exceeding 5 mph...

  • Page 203: Operating Faults

    Driving Deactivation Switching off The system is deactivated automatically: The system is switched off automatically: In the event of a fault with the on switching off the ignition, when towing a trailer, power steering, this warning lamp if the engine stalls, if the driver's door is opened, comes on in the instrument panel if no manoeuvre is started within 5 minutes...

  • Page 204: Lighting Controls

    Visibility Exterior lighting controls System for selection and control of the various front and rear lamps providing the vehicle's lighting. Main lighting Additional lighting Programming The various front and rear lamps of the vehicle Other lamps are provided to meet the The setting of some functions can be adjusted: are designed to adapt the driver's visibility requirements of particular driving conditions:...

  • Page 205

    Visibility Main lighting Displays Selection of main lighting mode Illumination of the corresponding indicator lamp in the instrument panel confirms that the lighting selected is on. Turn the ring A to place the desired symbol against the mark. Lighting off / daytime running lamps. Automatic illumination of headlamps.

  • Page 206

    Visibility Foglamps The foglamps operate with the dipped and main When the headlamps switch off with automatic beam headlamps. illumination of headlamps or when the dipped beam headlamps are switched off manually, the Rear foglamps foglamps and sidelamps remain on. Turn the ring rearwards to switch off the foglamps, the sidelamps will then switch To switch on the foglamps, turn the ring C...

  • Page 207

    Visibility Switching off the lighting Operation of the rear foglamps is In good or rainy weather, by both day when switching off the ignition inhibited with the tailgate open. and night, the front foglamps and the Opening the boot when these lamps are rear foglamps are prohibited.

  • Page 208

    Visibility Manual guide-me-home lighting Side markers for the vehicle by illumination of The temporary illumination of the dipped beam the sidelamps on the traffic side only. headlamps after the vehicle's ignition has been Within one minute of switching off the switched off makes the driver's exit easier when ignition, operate the lighting control stalk up the light is poor.

  • Page 209: Automatic Illumination Of Headlamps, Automatic Illumination

    Visibility Automatic illumination Automatic "guide-me- of headlamps home" lighting Deactivation When the automatic illumination of headlamps Turn the ring to another position. function is activated, under low ambient Deactivation of the function is light the dipped beams headlamps come on accompanied by the display of a message.

  • Page 210: Automatic Headlamp Dipping

    Visibility Automatic headlamp dipping System which automatically changes between dipped and main beam according to the ambient light level and the driving conditions, using a camera located in the rear view mirror. This automatic headlamp dipping system is a driving aid. The driver remains responsible for the vehicle's lighting, its correct use for the prevailing conditions of light, visibility and traffic...

  • Page 211

    Visibility Switching on Pause Put the lighting control stalk ring If the situation requires a change of headlamp in the "AUTO" position. beam, driver can take over at any time. The system may suffer interference or not work correctly: Flashing the headlamps In the "...

  • Page 212: Daytime Running Lamps, Exterior Welcome Lighting

    Visibility Daytime running lamps Door mirror spotlamps Exterior welcome lighting (LEDs) The remote switching on of the lighting makes your approach to the vehicle easier in poor light. It is activated when the lighting control is in the "AUTO" position and the level of light detected by the sunshine sensor is low.

  • Page 213: Manual Adjustment

    Visibility Manual adjustment of headlamps To avoid causing a nuisance to other road users, the headlamps should be adjusted according to the load in the vehicle. 0. 1 or 2 people in the front seats. Intermediate setting. 5 people + maximum authorised load. Intermediate setting.

  • Page 214: Cornering Lighting

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

  • Page 215: Directional Lighting

    Visibility Directional lighting Operating fault on, this system allows the light beams to better If a fault occurs, this warning lamp flashes follow the road. in the instrument panel, accompanied by The use of this system, coupled with the a message in the screen. xenon headlamps and the cornering lighting, considerably improves the quality of your Contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified...

  • Page 216: Wiper Controls

    Visibility Wiper controls Programming Manual controls Windscreen wipers Your vehicle may also include some functions The wipers are controlled directly by the driver. that can be configured: The front wiper system includes a automatic rain sensitive windscreen wipers, safety device which can temporarily rear wiping on engaging reverse gear.

  • Page 217

    Visibility Rear wiper Rear wiper selection ring: park, intermittent wipe, wash-wipe (set duration). Reverse gear If a significant accumulation of snow or ice is present, deactivate the automatic When reverse gear is engaged, the rear wiper rear wiper via the " Driving assistance" will come into operation if the windscreen menu, then "Vehicle settings".

  • Page 218: Screenwash

    Visibility Windscreen wash and headlamp wash Screenwash and washer jets Headlamp wash Adjusting the jets The headlamps operate when the vehicle is Pull the windscreen wiper stalk towards The front washers include an adjustment for the moving and when the dipped beam headlamps you.

  • Page 219: Automatic Rain Sensitive

    Visibility Automatic rain sensitive windscreen wipers The windscreen wipers operate automatically, without any action on the part of the driver, if rain is detected (sensor behind the rear view mirror), adapting their speed to the intensity of the rainfall. Switching on Switching off The automatic rain sensitive windscreen wipers must be reactivated by pushing...

  • Page 220: Automatic Rain Sensitive Wipers

    Visibility Special position of the windscreen wipers Operating fault If a fault occurs with the automatic rain sensitive wipers, the wipers will operate in intermittent mode. Have it checked by CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop. This position permits release of the windscreen To maintain the effectiveness of the wiper blades.

  • Page 221: Courtesy Lamps

    Visibility Courtesy lamps Front - rear courtesy lamps Front - rear map reading lamps In this position, the courtesy lamp comes on gradually: With the ignition on, press the corresponding switch. when the vehicle is unlocked, when the electronic key is removed from Take care to avoid leaving anything the reader, in contact with the courtesy lamps.

  • Page 222: Panoramic Sunroof

    Visibility Panoramic sunroof It is fitted with an electrically controlled blind. Opening the roof blind Closing the roof blind Anti-pinch Rotate the control A to position 0 to close the roof blind. The blind has an anti-pinch function. Rotate the control A to slide the roof blind At the end of its travel, when the blind to the desired position (positions 1 to 4 ).

  • Page 223: Interior Mood Lighting

    Visibility Interior mood lighting Footwell lighting The dimmed passenger compartment lighting improves visibility in the vehicle when the light is poor. Switching on The interior mood lighting can be activated or deactivated via the "Driving assistance " menu, then " Vehicle settings ". The soft lighting provided by the footwell lamps improves visibility in the vehicle when the light At night, the lighting of the dashboard,...

  • Page 224: Hazard Warning Lamps, Horn

    Safety Direction indicators Hazard warning lamps Horn Left: lower the lighting stalk passing the A visual warning by means of the direction Audible warning system to alert other road point of resistance. indicators to alert other road users to a vehicle users to an imminent danger.

  • Page 225: Emergency Or Assistance Call, Warning Triangle

    Safety Emergency or Warning triangle assistance call This safety device should be used in addition to the hazard warning lamps. Its presence in the vehicle is mandatory. Before leaving your vehicle to set up and install the triangle, switch on the hazard warning lamps and put on your high visibility vest.

  • Page 226: Tyre Under-infl Ation Detection

    Safety Tyre under-infl ation detection System which automatically checks the pressure of the tyres while driving. The system continuously monitors the The under-inflation detection system The inflation pressures defined for pressures on the four tyres, once the vehicle is does not replace the vigilance or the your vehicle can be found on the tyre moving.

  • Page 227

    Safety Under-inflation alert Reinitialisation This is given by fixed illumination of A label reminds you of the need to reinitialise In the event of a puncture, use the this warning lamp, accompanied by the system every time one or more tyre temporary puncture repair kit or the spare an audible signal and, depending on pressure is adjusted, and after changing one or...

  • Page 228: Snow Chains

    Safety Operating fault Reinitialisation of the system is done with the Before reinitialising the system, ensure ignition on and the vehicle stationary. that the pressures of the four tyres are From the secondary page of the " Driving correct for the use of the vehicle and in assistance"...

  • Page 229: Emergency Braking Assistance

    Safety Electronic stability programme (ESC) Definitions Electronic Stability Programme (ESC: Electronic Stability Control) incorporating the Anti-lock braking system (ABS) Anti-slip regulation (ASR) following systems: and electronic brake force the anti-lock braking system (ABS) and the The ASR system (also known as Traction distribution (EBFD) electronic brake force distribution (EBFD), Control) optimises traction in order to avoid...

  • Page 230

    Safety Intelligent traction control Operation system ("Snow motion") Anti-lock braking system (ABS) Your vehicle has a system to help driving on When changing wheels (tyres and rims), and electronic brake force snow: intelligent traction control. make sure that these are approved for distribution (EBFD) This system detects situations of difficult your vehicle.

  • Page 231

    Safety Deactivation Operating fault If this warning lamp comes on, In exceptional conditions (starting a vehicle accompanied by an audible signal which is bogged down, stuck in snow, on soft and a message, this indicates a fault ground...), it may be advisable to deactivate with the system.

  • Page 232: Seat Belts

    Safety Seat belts Front seat belts Seat belt reels with reversible pretension This system provides automatic adjustment of the tension of the driver's and passenger's seat belts after fastening, once the vehicle's speed is above 6 mph (10 km/h). In addition, as soon as the system detects a potentially dangerous driving situation, this system reacts by drawing in slack in the belt, (for example, under heavy or sharp braking or...

  • Page 233

    Safety row seat belts row outer seat belts (stowing) Fastening The rear seats are each fitted with a seat belt, Guide the belt as it reels in and place the three-point anchorages with inertia reel and tongue on the magnet at the side anchorage Pull the strap, then insert the tongue in the force limiter (except for the centre rear seat).

  • Page 234

    Safety row centre seat belt 3rd row seat belts The seat belt for the centre rear seat is built into the roof. Fastening Unfastening Fastening Pull the strap and insert the tongue A into Press the red button in buckle B , then Detach the seat belt strap from its retaining the right hand buckle.

  • Page 235

    Safety Seat belt not fastened and unfastened alerts Seat belts unfastened alert The instrument panel includes a seat belt not- At speeds above 12 mph (20 km/h), these fastened warning lamp A as well as an indicator alerts flash, accompanied by an audible signal of the location of the non-fastened belts B .

  • Page 236

    Safety The driver must ensure that passengers use In order to be effective, a seat belt must: Recommendations for children the seat belts correctly and that they are all be tightened as close to the body as Use a suitable child seat if the passenger is restrained securely before setting off.

  • Page 237: Airbags

    Safety Airbags System designed to maximise the safety of the occupants (with the exception of the rear centre passenger) in the event of violent collisions. The airbags supplement the action of the force- limiting seat belts (with the exception of the centre rear passenger).

  • Page 238: Front Airbags

    Safety Front airbags To assure the safety of your child, the passenger's front airbag must be deactivated when you install a "rear facing" child seat on the front passenger seat. Otherwise, the child would risk being seriously injured or killed if the airbag were deployed.

  • Page 239

    Safety Operating fault If this warning lamp flashes, contact If this warning lamp comes on in the instrument panel, accompanied by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified an audible warning and a message, workshop. The passenger's front contact a CITROËN dealer or a airbag may no longer be deployed in qualified workshop to have the the event of a serious impact.

  • Page 240: Lateral Airbags

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

  • Page 241: Curtain Airbags

    Safety Curtain airbags Deployment Operating fault System which protects the driver and passengers (with the exception of the rear The curtain airbag is deployed at the same If this warning lamp comes on in the centre passenger) in the event of a serious side time as the corresponding lateral airbag in the instrument panel, accompanied by an impact in order to limit the risk of injury to the...

  • Page 242

    Safety For the airbags to be fully effective, observe the following safety rules: Front airbags Lateral airbags Sit in a normal upright position. Wear a correctly adjusted seat belt. Do not drive holding the steering wheel by its Use only approved covers on the seats, Do not leave anything between the spokes or resting your hands on the centre compatible with the deployment the lateral...

  • Page 243: Child Seats

    Safety General points relating to child seats Although one of CITROËN main criteria when designing your vehicle, the safety of your children also depends on you. For maximum safety, please observe the CITROËN recommends that children following recommendations: should travel in the rear seats of your in accordance with European regulations, vehicle.

  • Page 244

    Safety Child seat in the front "Rearward facing" "Forward facing" Passenger seat in the midway longitudinal position, the lowest height position, then When a "rearward-facing" child seat is When a "rearward-facing" child seat is the height control lever pulled 11 times. installed on the front passenger seat, adjust installed on the front passenger seat, adjust the vehicle seat to the midway longitudinal...

  • Page 245: Passenger Airbag Off

    Safety Deactivating the passenger's airbag The warning label present on both sides of Never install a rearward-facing child the passenger's sun visor repeats this advice. restraint system on a seat protected by In line with current legislation, the following an active front airbag. This could cause two pages contain this warning in all of the the death of the child or serious injury.

  • Page 246

    Safety BG НИКОГА НЕ инсталирайте детско столче на седалка с АКТИВИРАНА предна ВЪЗДУШНА ВЪЗГЛАВНИЦА. Това можеда причини СМЪРТ или СЕРИОЗНО НАРАНЯВАНЕ на детето. CS NIKDY neumisťujte dětské zádržné zařízení orientované směrem dozadu na sedadlo chráněné AKTIVOVANÝM čelním AIRBAGEM. Hrozí nebezpečí SMRTI DÍTĚTE nebo VÁŽNÉHO ZRANĚNÍ.

  • Page 247

    Safety MT Qatt m’ghandek thalli tifel/tifla marbut f’siggu dahru lejn l-Airbag attiva, ghaliex tista’ tikkawza korriment serju jew anke mewt lit-tifel/tifla Plaats NOOIT een kinderzitje met de rug in de rijrichting op een zitplaats waarvan de AIRBAG is INGESCHAKELD. Bij het afgaan van de airbag kan het KIND ERNSTIG OF DODELIJK GEWOND raken.

  • Page 248

    Safety Child seat at the rear "Rearward facing" "Forward facing" Seats in the 3 When a "rearward facing" child seat is installed When a "forward facing" child seat is installed When a child seat is installed on a 3 on a rear passenger seat, move the vehicle's on a rear passenger seat , move the vehicle's passenger seat , move the 2 row seat...

  • Page 249

    Safety Child seats recommended by CITROËN CITROËN offers a complete range of recommended child seats which are secured using a three point seat belt: Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg Groups 1, 2 and 3: from 9 to 36 kg "KIDDY Comfort Pro"...

  • Page 250

    Safety Installation of child seats secured using the seat belt In accordance with European regulations, this table indicates the options for installing child seats secured using the seat belt and universally approved (a) in relation to the weight of the child and the seat in the vehicle. Weight of the child / indicative age Seat Groups 0 (b) and 0+...

  • Page 251

    Safety (a) Universal child seat: child seat which can be U : seat suitable for the installation of a child Remove and stow the head restraint installed in all vehicles using the seat belt. seat secured using the seat belt and before installing a child seat on a (b) Group 0: from birth to 10 kg.

  • Page 252

    Safety Installation of child seats secured using the seat belt In accordance with European regulations, this table indicates the options for installing child seats secured using the seat belt and universally approved (a) in relation to the weight of the child and the seat in the vehicle. Weight of the child / indicative age Seat Groups 0 (b) and 0+...

  • Page 253

    Safety (a) Universal child seat: child seat which can be U : seat suitable for the installation of a child Remove and stow the head restraint installed in all vehicles using the seat belt. seat secured using the seat belt and before installing a child seat on a (b) Group 0: from birth to 10 kg.

  • Page 254: Isofix Mountings

    Safety "ISOFIX" mountings latest ISOFIX regulations . The seats, represented below, are fitted with regulation ISOFIX mountings: To secure the child seat to the TOP TETHER : remove and stow the head restraint before installing the child seat on this seat (refit it after the child seat has been removed), remove the TOP TETHER cover by pulling at its cut-out,...

  • Page 255

    Safety ISOFIX child seats recommended by CITROËN and approved for your vehicle "RÖMER Baby-Safe Plus and its Baby-Safe Plus ISOFIX base" (size category: E ) Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg Installed "rearward facing" using an ISOFIX base which is attached to the rings A. The base has a stay, adjustable for height, which sits on the vehicle's floor.

  • Page 256

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

  • Page 257

    Safety IUF: seat suitable for the installation of an For advice on securing of the top belt, refer to Remove and stow the head restraint ISOFIX U niversal seat, " Forwards-facing" the "Isofix Mountings" section. before installing a child seat on a secured using the top strap to the top X: seat not suitable for the installation of a passenger seat.

  • Page 258

    Safety Locations for installing ISOFIX child seats mountings. In the case of universal and semi-universal ISOFIX child seats, the ISOFIX size category, determined by a letter from A to G , is indicated on the child seat next to the ISOFIX logo. Weight of the child / indicative age Less than 10 kg Less than 10 kg...

  • Page 259

    Safety IUF: seat suitable for the installation of an For advice on securing of the top belt, refer to Remove and stow the head restraint ISOFIX U niversal seat, " Forwards-facing" the "Isofix Mountings" section. before installing a child seat on a secured using the top strap to the top X: seat not suitable for the installation of a passenger seat.

  • Page 260

    Safety Advice on child seats Children at the front The incorrect installation of a child seat in a As a safety precaution, do not leave: vehicle compromises the child's protection in one or more children alone and The legislation on carrying a child on the the event of an accident.

  • Page 261: Child Lock

    Safety Manual child lock This mechanical system prevents opening of the rear door using its interior control. The control is located on the edge of each rear door. Locking Unlocking Using the integral ignition key, turn the Using the integral ignition key, turn the control as far as it will go: control as far as it will go: - to the left on the left-hand rear door,...

  • Page 262: Temporary Puncture Repair Kit

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

  • Page 263

    Practical information List of tools All of these tools are specific to your vehicle and can vary according to equipment. Do not use them for other purposes. 12 V compressor. Contains a sealant cartridge for the temporary repair of a tyre and can also be used for adjusting tyre pressures.

  • Page 264

    Practical information Description of the kit The tyre inflation pressures are given on this A. "Sealant" or "Air" position selector. Sealant cartridge. label. B. On "I" / off "O" switch. G. White pipe with cap for repair. C. Deflation button. H.

  • Page 265: Repair Procedure

    Practical information Repair procedure 1. Sealing Switch off the ignition. Uncoil the white pipe G fully. Connect the compressor's electric plug to Turn the selector A to the "sealant" Unscrew the cap from the white pipe. the vehicle's 12 V socket. position.

  • Page 266

    Practical information Switch on the compressor by moving Remove the kit and screw the cap back on the switch B to position "I" until the tyre the white pipe. pressure reaches 2.0 bars. Take care to avoid staining your vehicle The sealant is injected into the tyre under with traces of fluid.

  • Page 267

    Practical information 2. Infl ation Turn the selector A to the "air" Connect the compressor's electric plug to Adjust the pressure using the compressor position. the vehicle's 12 V socket. (to inflate: switch B in position "I" ; to Uncoil the black pipe H fully. Start the vehicle again and leave the deflate: switch B in position "O"...

  • Page 268

    Practical information Stow the black pipe. Beware of discharges of fluid. Detach the angled base from the white pipe. The expiry date of the fluid is indicated Support the compressor vertically. on the cartridge. Unscrew the cartridge from the bottom. The sealant cartridge is designed for single use;...

  • Page 269: Checking Tyre Pressures

    Practical information Checking tyre pressures / inflating accessories You can also use the compressor, without Connect the compressor's electrical Should the pressure of one or more injecting any product, to: connector to the vehicle's 12 V socket. tyres be adjusted, it is necessary to check or adjust the pressure of your tyres, Start the vehicle and let the engine run.

  • Page 270: Changing A Wheel

    Practical information Changing a wheel Procedure for changing a faulty wheel for the spare wheel using the tools provided with the vehicle. Access to the tools List of tools * All of these tools are specific to your vehicle and can vary according to the level of equipment.

  • Page 271

    Practical information Access to the spare wheel The spare wheel is located in the boot under the floor. For access to the spare wheel, refer to the "Access to the tools" section. Putting the spare wheel back in place Return the wheel to its housing. Return the box to its position in the middle Unscrew the central screw a few turns, of the wheel.

  • Page 272

    Practical information Changing a wheel Procedure for changing a wheel with a punctured tyre by the spare wheel using the tools provided with the vehicle. Access to the vehicle's tools * 2. Wheel chocks for immobilising the vehicle (except versions with manual gearbox). 3.

  • Page 273

    Practical information Access to the spare wheel * Taking out the spare wheel The spare wheel is supported by a carrier underneath the vehicle. Fold the concertina board and put the left Detach the wheel/box assembly from the hand third row seat into position (if your rear of the vehicle.

  • Page 274

    Practical information Stowing the tools Return the tools to the box and stow the box in the vehicle's boot. Wind in the carrier by turning the wheelbrace clockwise: once the cable is fully wound in you should no longer feel any resistance.

  • Page 275

    Practical information Position the spare wheel on the box so that Pass the hook with its connection plate into Raise the wheel/box assembly underneath the positioning indicator will be introduced the wheel then the box, as illustrated. the vehicle by turning the carrier drive nut into the bolt hole in the middle of the box.

  • Page 276

    Practical information Parking the vehicle Immobilise the vehicle where it does not block traffic: the ground must be level, stable and not slippery. Apply the parking brake unless it has been programmed to automatic mode, switch off the ignition and engage first gear * to block the wheels.

  • Page 277

    Practical information Place the jack 3 in contact with one of the Extend the jack 3 until its base plate is in Raise the vehicle until there is sufficient two front A or rear B locations provided on contact with the ground. Ensure that the space between the wheel and the ground the underbody, whichever is closest to the centreline of the jack base plate is directly...

  • Page 278: Fitting A Wheel

    Practical information Fitting a wheel Fitting the "space-saver" spare wheel If your vehicle is fitted with alloy wheels, when tightening the bolts on fitting, it is normal to notice that the washers do not come into contact with the "space-saver" spare wheel. The wheel is secured by the conical surface of each bolt.

  • Page 279

    Practical information Lower the vehicle fully. Tighten the security bolt using the The tyre inflation pressures are given Fold the jack 3 and detach it. wheelbrace 1 fitted with the security on this label. socket 5 (depending on equipment). Tighten the other bolts using the wheelbrace 1 only.

  • Page 280: Snow Chains

    Practical information Snow chains In wintry conditions, snow chains improve traction as well as the behaviour of the vehicle when braking. Use only chains designed to be fitted the type Advice on installation The snow chains must be fitted only of wheel on your vehicle: to the front wheels.

  • Page 281: Changing A Bulb, Front Lamps

    Practical information Changing a bulb Front lamps Risk of electrocution Xenon bulbs (D5S-25W) must be replaced by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop. For H7 type bulbs with lugs... take care to observe their correct installation so as to ensure the best lighting performance. In some weather conditions (e.g.

  • Page 282

    Practical information The headlamps are fitted with polycarbonate glass with a protective coating: do not clean them using a dry or abrasive cloth, nor with a detergent or solvent product, use a sponge and soapy water or a pH neutral product, when using a high pressure washer on persistent marks, do not keep the lance directed towards the...

  • Page 283: Main Beam Headlamps

    Practical information Dipped beam headlamps Main beam headlamps Daytime running lamps / sidelamps (halogen model) (halogen model) For the replacement of this type of LED lamp Turn the protective plastic cover to Remove the protective plastic cover by and lighting guides, contact a CITROËN dealer remove it.

  • Page 284: Front Foglamps

    Practical information Direction indicators Direction indicators (light Front foglamps emitting diodes - LED) Unclip the finisher by pulling at the top. For the replacement of this type of lamp, Faster flashing of a direction indicator Remove the two screws to remove the unit. contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified warning lamp (left or right) indicates a Turn the bulb holder a quarter turn.

  • Page 285: Door Mirror Spotlamps, Rear Lamps

    Practical information Door mirror spotlamps Rear lamps Direction indicator (PY21W amber). 2. Sidelamp / foglamp (P21/5W). Model with conventional bulb lamps You should contact a CITROËN dealer or a 3. Brake lamp / sidelamp (P21/5W). qualified workshop for the replacement of the 4.

  • Page 286

    Practical information Model with LED lamps Lamps on the tailgate Identify the failed bulb. Remove the three lamp fixing screws A . Open the boot. Disconnect the lamp connector. Remove the access cover. Carefully remove the lamp from the outside by pressing the retaining clip B.

  • Page 287

    Practical information Rear lamps Model with LED lamps Model with conventional bulb lamps Direction indicator (PY21W amber). 2. Sidelamp / foglamp (P21/5W). 3. Sidelamp (light emitting diodes-LED). 3. Sidelamp (P21/5W). 4. Brake lamp (light emitting diodes-LED). 4. Brake lamp / sidelamp (P21/5W). 5.

  • Page 288

    Practical information Lamps on the tailgate Model with LED lamps Identify the failed bulb. Remove the three lamp fixing screws A. Open the boot. Disconnect the lamp connector. Remove the access cover. Carefully remove the lamp from its housing. Turn the bulb holder a quarter of a turn anti-clockwise and pull the bulb out.

  • Page 289

    Practical information Direction indicator, sidelamp and Third brake lamp (light emitting Number plate lamps (W5W) foglamp diodes-LED) Access is by passing a hand under the bumper. For the replacement of this type of lamp, Insert a thin screwdriver into one of the Turn the bulb holder a quarter of a turn and contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified cutouts in the the lens.

  • Page 290: Changing A Fuse

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

  • Page 291

    Practical information Configurations Installing electrical accessories Your vehicle's electrical system is designed to operate with standard or optional equipment. Before installing other electrical equipment or accessories on your vehicle, contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop. The type of electrical system of the vehicle depends on its level of equipment. To identify the type of electrical system on your vehicle, open the bonnet: the presence of an CITROËN will not accept responsibility additional fusebox in front of the battery indicates that it is type 2.

  • Page 292: Headlamp Adjustment, Dashboard Fuses

    Practical information Dashboard fuses Type 1 fuse tables Fusebox 1 Fuse N° Rating Functions Steering mounted controls Touch screen tablet, audio and navigation system, CD player, 20 A USB ports and auxiliary sockets. 15 A Front 12V socket. 15 A Boot 12V socket.

  • Page 293

    Practical information Fusebox 2 Fuse N° Rating Functions 15 A Rear 12V socket.

  • Page 294

    Practical information Type 2 fuse tables Fuse N° Rating Functions START/STOP button. Touch screen tablet, audio and navigation system, CD player, F6 A 15 A USB ports and auxiliary sockets. Alarm. Steering mounted controls. Instrument panel. Rain and sunshine sensor. Airbags.

  • Page 295: Engine Compartment Fuses

    Practical information Engine compartment fuses Access to the fuses The fusebox is placed in the engine compartment near the battery (left-hand side). Unclip the cover, by pushing the two red latches towards the rear of the vehicle. Change the fuse (see corresponding paragraph).

  • Page 296

    Practical information Type 1 fuse table Fuse N° Rating Functions 10 A Right hand main beam 10 A Left hand main beam. Type 2 fuse table Fusebox 1 Fuse N° Rating Functions 30 A Motorised tailgate. 25 A Hi-Fi amplifier. Hands-free starting reader unit.

  • Page 297: Access To The Battery, Starting Using Another Battery, V Battery

    Practical information 12 V battery Procedure for starting the engine using another battery or charging a discharged battery. Access to the battery Starting using another battery When your vehicle's battery is discharged, the engine can be started using a slave battery (external or on another vehicle) and jump lead cables.

  • Page 298

    Practical information Before disconnecting the battery Wait 2 minutes after switching off the ignition before disconnecting the battery. Close the windows and the doors before disconnecting the battery. Following reconnection Disconnecting the (+) cable of the battery Raise the locking tab D fully to release the Following reconnection of the battery, switch on cable terminal clamp E.

  • Page 299: Charging The Battery Using A Battery Charger

    Practical information Charging the battery using The batteries contain harmful substances Protect your eyes and face before a battery charger such as sulphuric acid and lead. They handling the battery. must be disposed of in accordance All operations on the battery must be The Stop &...

  • Page 300: Energy Economy Mode

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

  • Page 301: Changing A Wiper Blade

    Practical information Changing a wiper blade Before removing a front Fitting wiper blade Put the corresponding new wiper blade in place and clip it. Within one minute after switching off Fold down the wiper arm carefully. the ignition, operate the wiper stalk to position the wiper blades vertically on the windscreen, From one minute after switching off the...

  • Page 302: Towing The Vehicle

    Practical information Towing the vehicle Procedure for having your vehicle towed or for towing another vehicle using the towing eye. Access to the tools General recommendations Observe the legislation in force in your country. Ensure that the weight of the towing vehicle is higher than that of the towed vehicle. The person at the wheel of the towed vehicle must have a valid driving licence.

  • Page 303: Towing Your Vehicle

    Practical information Towing your vehicle Towing another vehicle Place the gear lever in neutral (position N on an electronic or automatic gearbox). Failure to observe this instruction could result in damage to certain components (braking, transmission...) and the absence of braking assistance the next time the engine is started.

  • Page 304: Towing A Trailer

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

  • Page 305

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

  • Page 306: Roof Bars

    Practical information Roof bars Version without longitudinal Version with longitudinal For safety reasons and to avoid damaging the roof, it is essential to use transverse roof bars bars bars that are approved for your vehicle. Observe the fitting instructions and the conditions of use given in the information provided with the roof bars.

  • Page 307

    Practical information Recommendations Maximum load, distributed over the roof bars, for a loading height not exceeding Distribute the load evenly, avoiding 40 cm: 80 kg. overloading on one side. This value is subject to change, please Arrange the heaviest part of the load as check the maximum load stated in the close as possible to the roof.

  • Page 308: Very Cold Climate Screen

    Practical information Very cold climate screen * Removable protective screen which prevents the accumulation of snow at the radiator cooling fan. Fitting Removal Offer up the very cold climate screen to Use a screwdriver as a lever to release the front of the lower section of the front each fixing clip in turn.

  • Page 309: Accessories

    (Grand C4 Picasso)... If a towbar and wiring harness are fitted outside the CITROËN dealer network, the installation must be done strictly in line with the manufacturer's recommendations.

  • Page 310

    Practical information "Multimedia": Installation of radio Depending on the legislation in force communication in the country, it may be compulsory Speakers, Hi-Fi module, Bluetooth hands-free transmitters to have a high visibility safety vest, system, head-up display screen, portable warning triangle, breathalyzers and satellite navigation system, semi-integral Before installing any after-market radio spare bulbs and fuses available in the...

  • Page 311

    Checks TOTAL & CITROËN...

  • Page 312: Bonnet

    Checks Bonnet Before doing anything under the bonnet, switch off the Stop & Start system to avoid any risk of injury resulting from an automatic change to START mode. Lift the safety catch and raise the bonnet. Unclip the stay from its housing and place it in the support slot to hold the bonnet open.

  • Page 313: Petrol Engines

    Checks Petrol engines checking the levels of the various fluids and for replacing certain components. Screenwash and headlamp wash reservoir. 2. Coolant reservoir. 3. Brake fluid reservoir. 4. Battery / Fuses. 5. Fusebox. 6. Air filter. Engine oil dipstick. 8. Engine oil filler cap.

  • Page 314: Diesel Engines

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

  • Page 315: Fuel

    Checks Fuel Capacity of the tank: approximately 57 litres (petrol) or 55 litres (Diesel). Low fuel level Refuelling When the low fuel level is reached, this warning lamp in the instrument panel comes on, accompanied by an audible warning, a message and the last bar of the fuel gauge comes on in orange.

  • Page 316

    Checks Fuel cut-off Your vehicle is equipped with a safety device which cuts off the fuel supply in the event of a The petrol or Diesel engine of your vehicle is collision. fitted with a catalytic converter, a device which helps to reduce the level of harmful emissions in the exhaust gases.

  • Page 317: Misfuel Prevention (diesel)

    Checks Misfuel prevention (Diesel) * Mechanical device which prevents filling the tank of a Diesel vehicle with petrol. It avoids the risk of engine damage that can result from filling with the wrong fuel. Operation Travelling abroad It remains possible to use a fuel can to fill the tank.

  • Page 318

    Checks Quality of the fuel used for Quality of the fuel used for petrol engines Diesel engines The petrol engines are perfectly compatible The Diesel engines are perfectly compatible with E10 or E24 type petrol biofuels (containing with biofuels which conform to current and 10 % or 24 % ethanol), conforming to European future European standards (Diesel fuel which standards EN 228 and EN 15376.

  • Page 319: Running Out Of Fuel (diesel)

    Checks Running out of fuel (Diesel) 1.6 litre HDi engine Fill the fuel tank with at least five litres of diesel. Open the bonnet. If necessary, unclip the styling cover for access to the priming pump. On vehicle fitted with HDi engines, the fuel Squeeze and release the priming pump system must be primed if you run out of fuel;...

  • Page 320: Checking Levels, Oil Level

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

  • Page 321: Brake Fluid Level

    Checks Brake fluid level Fluid specifi cation The brake fluid level should be close The coolant level should be close to the "MAX" mark. If it is not, check to the "MAX" mark but should never The coolant must conform to the the brake pad wear.

  • Page 322

    Checks Screenwash/headlamp Diesel fuel additive level Used products wash level low (Diesel with particle emissions filter) fluids with the skin. In the case of vehicles fitted with The additive reservoir low level is Most of these fluids are harmful to headlamp washers, when the fluid indicated by fixed illumination of this health or indeed very corrosive.

  • Page 323: Checks

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

  • Page 324: Manual Gearbox, Brake Pads

    Checks Manual gearbox Brake pads Electric parking brake The gearbox does not require any Brake wear depends on the style maintenance (no oil change). This system does not require any of driving, particularly in the case Refer to the maintenance and routine servicing.

  • Page 325

    4.25 4.25 3D...: CITROËN C4 Picasso (5-seat). 3A...: CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso (7-seat). 3E...: CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso (5-seat). * The maximum power corresponds to the value type-approved on a test bed, under conditions defined in European legislation (Directive 1999/99/EC).

  • Page 326: Petrol Weights

    Technical data Petrol weights and towed loads (in kg) Petrol engines VTi 120 THP 155 Manual Manual Gearboxes (5-speed) (6-speed) 3D... 3E... 3A... 3D... 3E... 3A... Model codes: 5FS0/1 5FV8 - 8/1 Unladen weight 1 252 - 1 276 - 1 278 1 296 - 1 311 - 1 313 Kerb weight * 1 327 - 1 351 - 1 353...

  • Page 327

    Engine (with filter replacement) 3.75 .../S: e-HDi model fitted with Stop & Start. 3E...: CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso (5-seat). 3D...: CITROËN C4 Picasso (5-seat). 3A...: CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso (7-seat). * The maximum power corresponds to the value type-approved on a test bed, under conditions defined in European legislation (Directive 1999/99/EC).

  • Page 328

    3.75 3.75 .../S: e-HDi model fitted with Stop & Start. 3E...: CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso (5-seat). 3D...: CITROËN C4 Picasso (5-seat). 3A...: CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso (7-seat). * The maximum power corresponds to the value type-approved on a test bed, under conditions defined in European legislation (Directive 1999/99/EC).

  • Page 329

    Oil capacities (in litres) Engine (with filter replacement) .../S: e-HDi model fitted with Stop & Start. 3E...: CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso (5-seat). 3D...: CITROËN C4 Picasso (5-seat). 3A...: CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso (7-seat). * The maximum power corresponds to the value type-approved on a test bed, under conditions defined in European legislation (Directive 1999/99/EC).

  • Page 330: Diesel Weights

    Technical data Diesel weights and towed loads (in kg) e-HDi 90 Diesel engines HDi 90 Airdream Manual Electronic gearbox system Gearboxes (5-speed) (6-speed) 3D... 3E... 3A Model codes: 9HP0/1 9HP8/2PS Unladen weight 1 279 1 289 - 1 314 - 1 316 Kerb weight * 1 354 1 364 - 1 389 - 1 391...

  • Page 331

    Technical data Diesel weights and towed loads (in kg) e-HDi 115 Diesel engines HDi 115 Airdream Manual Manual Electronic gearbox system Gearboxes (6-speed) (6-speed) (6-speed) 3D... 3E... 3A... 3D... 3E... 3A... 3D... 3E... 3A... Model codes: 9HC8/1 9HC8/1S 9HC8/1PS - 8/2PS Unladen weight 1 298 - 1 318 - 1 320 1 298 - 1 318 - 1 320...

  • Page 332

    Technical data Diesel weights and towed loads (in kg) e-HDi 150 Diesel engines Airdream Manual Electronic gearbox system Gearboxes (6-speed) (6-speed) 3D... 3E... 3A... 3E... 3A ... Model codes: AHXM/S - M/1S AHXT/S - T/1S Unladen weight 1 415 - 1 428 - 1 430 1 474 - 1 476 Kerb weight * 1 490 - 1 503 - 1 505...

  • Page 333: Dimensions

    Technical data Dimensions (in mm) These dimensions have been measured on a vehicle that is not loaded. * Mirrors folded.

  • Page 334

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

  • Page 335: Identifi Cation Markings

    Technical data Identifi cation markings Various visible markings for the identification of your vehicle. D. Tyre/paint label. This label, affixed to the centre pillar, on the driver's side, contains the following information. - the tyre inflation pressures with and without load, - the tyre sizes (including the tyre load index and speed rating), - the inflation pressure for the spare...

  • Page 336

    Technical data...

  • Page 337

    EMERGENCY OR ASSISTANCE CALL...

  • Page 338

    MyCITROËN personal space, via the CITROËN Internet website in your country, accessible on www.citroen.com. For technical reasons, particularly to improve the quality of Telematic services to customers, the manufacturer reserves the right to carry out * These services are subject to conditions and availability.

  • Page 339: Touch Screen Tablet

    Touch screen tablet SATELLITE NAVIGATION SYSTEM MULTIMEDIA AUDIO SYSTEM BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE CONTENTS 01 General operation operate in your vehicle. 02 First steps - Control panel 03 Steering mounted controls 04 Media 05 Navigation 06 Configuration For safety reasons, the driver must carry out operations 07 Connected services which require prolonged attention while the vehicle is stationary.

  • Page 340: General Operation

    GENERAL OPERATION " Air conditioning" allows control of the "Confi guration" settings for temperature, allows settings for air fl ow. sound, the colour scheme. " Driving assistance " allows certain vehicle functions to be activated, "Connected services" deactivated and settings allows connection to adjusted.

  • Page 341

    GENERAL OPERATION Use the buttons on either side of the touch screen tablet for access to the menus, then press the virtual buttons on the touch screen tablet. Each menu is displayed on one or two pages (primary page and secondary page). An example of using the touch screen tablet: These screens are the representation of a colour scheme.

  • Page 342

    FIRST STEPS Volume adjustment (each source is independent, including Traffi c announcements (TA) and navigation instructions). Following prolonged operation in sunny conditions, the volume may be limited to protect the system. The return to normal takes place when the temperature in the passenger compartment drops.

  • Page 343

    03 STEERING MOUNTED CONTROLS Short press: Mute. Change the multimedia source. Volume increase / decrease. Accept an incoming call. Call in progress: access to the telephone menu (End call, Radio: display the list of stations. Secret mode, Hands-free mode). Media: display the list of tracks. Long press: Reject an incoming call.

  • Page 344

    04 MEDIA Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 "Media" List of FM stations Primary page Recalling preset stations...

  • Page 345

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments List of FM stations Press on a radio station to select it. Media List Confi rm Save the settings. FM Radio DAB Radio AM Radio Jukebox Media Select change of source Source iPod Bluetooth Video Media...

  • Page 346

    MEDIA Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 "Media" List of FM stations Secondary page Photos Media Copy to Jukebox Manage Jukebox...

  • Page 347

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Preset Press a radio station to select it. Media Update list Update the list of stations received. Secondary page Frequency Enter the desired radio frequency. Radio list Confi rm Save the settings. Page selection Display the selected photo full screen.

  • Page 348

    MEDIA Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 "Media" Secondary page Media Radio settings Media options Radio settings...

  • Page 349

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Media Secondary page Presentation of the last media used. Media list Random (all tracks): Media Random (current album): Choose the play settings. Media options Loop: Aux. amplifi cation RDS options Media Radio DAB/FM options Secondary page Activate or deactivate the options.

  • Page 350: Selecting A Station

    RADIO Selecting a station Press on Media to display the primary page. Press Media to display the primary page then select "Memo". Press on Media to display the primary page then go to the secondary page. Select "List" in the primary page. Select a preset radio station in the list.

  • Page 351: Changing A Radio Frequency

    RADIO Changing a radio frequency Press on Media to display the primary Press on Media to display the primary page then press on the secondary page. page. By automatic frequency search Press on " Enter frequency " to display the primary page then press on the Press to move the cursor secondary page.

  • Page 352

    RADIO Preset a station Activate/ Deactivate RDS Select a radio station or frequency Press on Media to display the primary page (refer to the corresponding section). then go to the secondary page. Press on " Preset". Select " Settings". Select a number in the list to preset the previously chosen radio station.

  • Page 353

    04 RADIO DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) - Digital radio Digital radio provides higher quality reception and also the graphical display of current information on the radio station, by selecting "Video mode" in "Radio settings". The range of all stations available is displayed in alphabetical order. Automatic DAB-FM station tracking allows you to continue Press on Media to display the primary page.

  • Page 354

    MUSIC CD, MP3 CD, USB player, auxiliary input Selection of source Insert the CD in the player, insert the USB memory stick in the USB player or connect the USB peripheral to the USB port using a suitable cable (not supplied) Press on Media to display the primary page.

  • Page 355

    MUSIC CD, MP3 CD / USB player Information and advice The audio equipment will only play audio fi les with ".wma, .aac, The system supports USB mass storage devices, BlackBerry ® .fl ac, .ogg and .mp3" fi le extensions and with a bit rate of between devices or Apple players via the right hand USB port.

  • Page 356

    MUSIC Selecting a track to play Previous track. List of USB or CD tracks and folders. Next track. Up or down in the list. Previous folder. Confi rm, next menu level. Up one menu level. Next folder. Pause.

  • Page 357: Audio Streaming

    MUSIC Connecting APPLE players Audio streaming ® For issues related to the power consumption of devices, connect the Apple player to the ® ® Streaming allows audio fi les on your telephone to be played via the right hand USB port using a suitable cable vehicle's speakers.

  • Page 358

    MUSIC Using the auxiliary input (AUX) (cable not supplied) Connect the portable device (MP3 player…) to the auxiliary JACK socket using an audio cable. Select Media to display the primary page. Select change the source. Select the AUXILIARY source. First adjust the volume of your portable device (to a high level). Then adjust the volume of your audio system.

  • Page 359: Managing The Jukebox

    MUSIC Managing the Jukebox Select the magnifying glass to enter the folder Connect the device (MP3 player...) to the USB port or auxiliary or album and select audio fi le by audio fi le. socket using a suitable audio cable. When no audio fi...

  • Page 360

    NAVIGATION Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 "Navigation" Primary page Navigation Route settings...

  • Page 361

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Recent destinations Display recent destinations Fastest Shortest Time/distance Choose the navigation criteria. Ecological The map displays the route chosen according to these criteria. Calculatory criteria Tolls Ferries Navigation Strict - Close Show route on map Display the map and start navigation.

  • Page 362

    NAVIGATION Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 "Navigation" Enter destination Enter address For managing contacts and Secondary page their addresses, refer to the " Communications " section. Contacts To use the telephone functions, Navigation Search for a point of interest t refer to the "Communications"...

  • Page 363

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Curr. location Points of Interest Address settings Town centre Enter address Save Save the current address. Add waypoint Add a waypoint to the route. Navigate to Press to calculate the route. Navigation Addresses Add contact Secondary page Contacts...

  • Page 364

    NAVIGATION Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Diversion Traffi c messages "Navigation" Secondary page Map settings Map settings Navigation Settings Settings Settings Moving between the two menus.

  • Page 365

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments On the route Around Navigation Settings for the choice of messages and the fi lter Near destination radius. Secondary page Detour over a distance Detour Traffi c messages Recalculate route Finish Save the options. Flat view north heading Orientation Flat view vehicle heading...

  • Page 366: Choosing A New Destination

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE Choosing a new destination Select "Navigate to". Towards a new destination Choose the navigation criteria : " Fastest " or Press on Navigation to display the primary " Shortest " or " Time/distance" or "Ecological". page then go to the secondary page. Choose the restriction criteria : "Include Select "Enter destination ".

  • Page 367

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE Towards a recent destination Towards a contact Navigation towards a contact imported from a telephone is only Press on Navigation to display the primary possible if the address entered is compatible with the system. page then go to the secondary page. Press on Navigation to display the primary page then go to the secondary page.

  • Page 368

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE Towards GPS coordinates Towards a point on the map Press on Navigation to display the primary Press on Navigation to display the primary page then go to the secondary page. page then go to the secondary page. Select "Enter destination ".

  • Page 369

    Select " All POIs " or " Garage " or "Dining/ hotels " or " Personal" or " By name ". You can also update the Risk areas / Danger areas every month. The detailed procedure is available on http://citroen.navigation.com. Select a category from the list offered. Select " Search".

  • Page 370

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE Towards points of interest (POI) Press on Navigation to display the primary page then go to the secondary page. Select " Show POIs". Select a category from the list offered then "Confi rm ".

  • Page 371

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE Risk area alert settings Press on Navigation to display the primary Select "Confi rm". page then go to the secondary page. These functions are only available if Risk Areas have been Select "Settings". downloaded and installed on the system. Select "Alert confi...

  • Page 372: Adding A Waypoint

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE Adding a waypoint Organising waypoints Press on Navigation to display the primary To organise waypoints, carry out the previous operations 1 to 3 page then go to the secondary page. again (Adding a waypoint). Select "Enter destination ". Select the waypoint that you want to move in the order.

  • Page 373: Route Options

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE Route options Calculation criteria It is then possible to choose: the navigation criteria: " Fastest ", "Shortest", " Time/distance", Press Navigation to display the primary page "Ecological". then go to the secondary page. the exclusion criteria: "Include tollroads" , " Include ferries ", "Traffi...

  • Page 374: Traffic Information

    TRAFFIC Traffic information Setting fi lters Display of messages Press on Navigation to display the primary Press on Navigation to display the primary page then go to the secondary page. page then go to the secondary page. Select " Settings ". Select "Traffi...

  • Page 375

    TRAFFIC Receiving TA messages Main traffi c symbols Red and yellow triangle: traffi c information, for example: Press on Navigation to display the primary page then go to the secondary page. Select "Settings". Select " Voice ". Activate / Deactivate "Traffi c (TA)". Black and blue triangle: general information, for example: The TA (Traffi...

  • Page 376

    TRAFFIC Diverting from a route Press on Navigation to display the primary Select " Recalculate route". The route page then go to the secondary page. will be modifi ed in time and distance. Select "Traffi c messages ". Select " Confi rm". The route may be diverted following the reception of a traffi...

  • Page 377: Map Settings

    Map settings Map orientation Select: Press on Navigation to display the primary page then go to the secondary page. " Flat view north heading " to keep the map always North up, " Flat view vehicle heading " to have the map follow the direction of travel, "Perspective view"...

  • Page 378

    Confi gure Select: ""Day" map colour" to have the map always in day mode. Press on Navigation to display the primary ""Night" map colour" to have the map page then go to the secondary page. always in night mode. "Automatic day/night" to have the brightness of the map adjusted automatically according to the ambient light level.

  • Page 379

    SETTINGS Navigation speech synthesis Volume / Street names Press on Navigation to display the primary page then go to the secondary page. Select " Voice synthesis" and/or "Male voice" and/or " Female voice" and/or "Speak road names ". Select " Settings ". Select "Confi...

  • Page 380

    CONFIGURATION Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 "Configuration" Audio settings Primary page Audio settings Choice of colours Audio settings...

  • Page 381

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Ambience Choose the sound ambience. Set the position of the sound in the vehicle using the Balance Arkamys system. Confi guration Choose the volume or activate the link to vehicle Sound effects speed. Audio settings Choose the volume for the voice and announcement Voice...

  • Page 382

    06 CONFIGURATION Level 1 Level 2 "Configuration" Units Secondary page Factory settings Confi guration Time/Date Display screen...

  • Page 383

    Level 1 Level 2 Comments Set the units used to display distance, fuel Units consumption and temperature. Confi guration Erase data Select the desired data in the list then press Delete. Secondary page Factory settings Return to factory settings. System Confi...

  • Page 384

    CONFIGURATION Level 1 Level 2 "Configuration" Choice of language Secondary page Confi guration Calculator Calendar...

  • Page 385

    Level 1 Level 2 Comments Confi guration Secondary page Confi rm Select the language then confi rm. System languages Confi guration Secondary page Select the calculator. Calculator Confi guration Secondary page Select the calendar. Calendar...

  • Page 386: Audio Settings

    CONFIGURATION Audio settings Press on Confi guration to display the primary "Ambience" (choice of 6 musical ambiences) page. "Bass " "Treble" "Loudness " (Activate/Deactivate) Balance (" Surround ", "Driver", " All passengers ", "Front only ", Select " Audio settings". "ByPass") "Audio setting on touch screen "...

  • Page 387

    CONFIGURATION Interactive help Colour schemes Press on Confi guration to display the primary Press on Confi guration to display the primary page. page. Select " Colour schemes". Select "Interactive help ". The interactive version of your handbook available in this touch Select the colour scheme in the list then screen is not intended as a substitute for the more complete content "...

  • Page 388

    CONFIGURATION System Modify system settings Press on Confi guration to display the primary Press on Confi guration to display the primary page then go to the secondary page. page then go to the secondary page. Select "System confi guration ". Select "...

  • Page 389

    CONFIGURATION Press on Confi guration to display the primary page then go to the secondary page. Select: "Time/Date " to change the time zone, synchronisation with GPS, time and its format and then the date. " Languages " to change the language. "...

  • Page 390

    CONNECTED SERVICES Level 1 Level 2 "Connected services" Identifi cation Primary page : Secondary page: Driving assistance Internet navigation via applications, see following Bluetooth telephone Dial-Up page on "CITROËN Networking (DUN). MULTICITY CONNECT" * . Internet Navigation DUN connection settings It may be that certain new generation smartphones are not compatible with this...

  • Page 391

    CITROËN MULTICITY CONNECT "CITROËN MULTICITY CONNECT" is a driving assistance applications service that gives access in real time to useful information such as the state of the traffi c, danger zones, fuel prices, the availability of parking places, tourist sites, weather conditions, correct addresses… It includes access to the mobile network associated with the use of these applications.

  • Page 392

    TELEPHONE Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 "Telephone" Primary page Contacts Call log...

  • Page 393

    Level 2 Level 3 Comments Addresses Modify Delete Add contact Telephone Delete all After making choices, start the call. Search for contact Contacts Confi rm Add waypoint By name Call All calls Incoming calls Outgoing calls Telephone Contact After making choices, start the call. Call log View contact Magnifying glass...

  • Page 394

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 "Telephone" Bluetooth menu Secondary page Telephone Telephone options...

  • Page 395

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments Start the search for another peripheral device to Search connect. Stop the Bluetooth connection to the selected Disconnect Telephone peripheral device. Import the contacts from the selected telephone to Secondary page Update store them in the audio system. Bluetooth menu Delete Delete the selected telephone.

  • Page 396: Pairing A Bluetooth Telephone

    The ability of the system to connect with only one profi le depends on the telephone. The two profi les may both connect by default. Select the name of the desired peripheral from the list and Confi rm . Visit www.citroen.co.uk for more information (compatibility, additional help, ...).

  • Page 397: Connecting A Bluetooth Peripheral

    BLUETOOTH Connecting a Bluetooth peripheral The services available depend on the network, the SIM card and the compatibility of the Bluetooth telephone used. Check the telephone manual and with your network provider for details of the services available to you. Automatic reconnection On switching on the ignition, the telephone connected when the ignition was last switched off is automatically reconnected, if this...

  • Page 398: Receiving A Call

    BLUETOOTH Managing paired telephones Receiving a call This function allows the connection or disconnection of a peripheral An incoming call is announced by a ring and a superimposed display device as well as the deletion of a pairing. in the screen. Press on Telephone to display the primary page then go to the secondary page.

  • Page 399: Making A Call

    CONTACTS Use of the telephone is not recommended while driving. Making a call We recommended that you park safely or make use of the steering mounted controls. Calling a new number Calling a contact Press on Telephone to display the primary Press on Telephone to display the primary page.

  • Page 400: Ending A Call

    CALL LOG Ending a call Calling a recently used number Press on Telephone to display the primary page. Select " End call". Make a long press on the steering mounted TEL button. Select "Call log". Select the desired contact from the list offered. It is always possible to make a call directly from the telephone;...

  • Page 401

    SETTINGS Ringtones Managing contacts / Entries Press on Telephone to display the primary Press on Telephone to display the primary page. page then go to the secondary page. Select " Contacts". Select "Telephone options ". Select " View contact". Select "Choice of ringtone:". Select: "New"...

  • Page 402: Frequently Asked Questions

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS The following table groups together the answers to the most frequently asked questions concerning your audio system. QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION Navigation, guidance The route calculation is The guidance criteria may confl ict with the current location (exclusion of Check the guidance criteria on the Navigation not successful.

  • Page 403

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION Certain traffi c jams On starting, it is several minutes before the system begins to receive the Wait until the traffi c information is being received along the route are not traffi c information. correctly (display of the traffi...

  • Page 404

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION Some contacts are The options for synchronizing contacts are synchronizing the contacts Select "Display SIM card contacts" or "Display duplicated in the list. on the SIM card, the contacts on the telephone, or both. When both telephone contacts".

  • Page 405

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION Some characters in the The audio system does not display some types of characters. Use standard characters to name tracks and media information are not folders. displayed correctly while playing. Playing of streaming fi les The peripheral device connected does not support automatic play.

  • Page 406

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION Settings, confi guration In changing the setting The selection of an equalizer setting imposes the balance settings. Modify the balance or equalizer settings to obtain of treble and bass the the desired musical ambience. Modifying one without the other is not possible.

  • Page 407

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION With the engine off, the When the engine is switched off, the system's operating time depends on Start the vehicle's engine to increase the battery the battery charge. system switches off after charge. a few minutes of use. The switch-off is normal: the system switches to economy mode and switches off to prevent discharging of the vehicle's battery.

  • Page 408: Table Of Contents

    Alphabetical index 360 vision............192 Audible warning ..........222 Capacity, fuel tank ........313 Audio cable ...........356 CD ..............352 Audio streaming (Bluetooth) ....352, 355 CD MP3............352 Automatic headlamps ......40, 208 Central locking ........61, 64, 68 Automatic illumination Changing a bulb ........279-287 of headlamps ........203, 207 Changing a fuse ........

  • Page 409

    Alphabetical index DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) ....351 Emergency warning lamps ....222, 223 Gearbox, automatic ....154, 160, 297, 322 Date (setting)...........57 Gearbox, electronic....150, 160, 297, 322 Energy economy mode.........298 Daytime running lamps ....210, 279, 281 Engine, Diesel ....312, 316, 317, 325-327 Gearbox, manual ......149, 160, 322 Deactivating ESP ..........229 Engine, petrol ........

  • Page 410

    Alphabetical index Labels, identification ........333 Mirror, rear view ..........102 Identification plates........333 Lamps, warning and indicator....38-50 Mirrors, door........101, 102, 186 Ignition on............140 Lane Departure Warning System Misfuel prevention......... 315 Indicator lamps, status......38-50 (LDWS) ............185 Modularity, seats..........99 Indicators, direction ..... 222, 282, 285, 287 LED daytime running lamps......

  • Page 411

    Alphabetical index Paint colour code ..........333 Replacing the air filter ........Spare wheel ...........271-273 Panoramic glass sunroof ......Replacing the oil filter ........Speed limiter ......... 167, 168 Parcel shelf, rear........... Replacing the passenger Spotlamps, side ........210, 283 Park Assist ............194 compartment filter ........

  • Page 412

    Alphabetical index Total distance recorder ........Vehicle identification ........333 Touch screen........55-58, 337 Ventilation ...... 104, 105, 107, 111, 114 Towbar............Visibility ............114 Towed loads ........324, 328-330 Towing another vehicle .........301 Traction control (ASR) ...... 43, 47, 227 Traffic information (TA) .........373 Traffic information (TMC)......372, 373 Trailer ............

  • Page 413: Table Of Contents

    Visual search Exterior Electronic key / "Keyless Entry and Starting" system 61-71 opening / closing anti-theft protection Wipers, screenwash 214-218 back-up control Changing a wiper blade Panoramic sunroof battery Roof bars 304-305 Accessories 307-308 Exterior welcome lighting Boot 75-78 Door mirror spotlamps opening / closing Cornering lighting emergency release...

  • Page 414

    99-100 Seat belts 230-234 C4 Picasso boot fittings rings, hooks storage box boot lamp Front fittings 118-124 Grand C4 Picasso boot fittings Mats rings boot lamp concertina boards Luggage cover roller 132-133 Warning triangle Airbags 235-240 Deactivating the passenger's front...

  • Page 415

    Visual search Instruments and controls Courtesy lamps Rear view mirror Instrument panels 33-37 Panoramic sunroof Lighting dimmer Automatic gearbox 154-158 Warning lamps 38-50 Electronic gearbox system 150-153 Indicators 51-53 Gear shift indicator service indicator oil level indicator Touch screen tablet 26-32 Equipment settings 28-30...

  • Page 416: Table Of Contents

    Visual search Instruments and controls (cont.) START/STOP button 135-140 Lighting controls 202-210 Direction indicators Wiper and screenwash controls 214-218 Trip computer 58-60 Headlamp height adjustment Steering wheel adjustment Dashboard fuses 288-292 Horn Memorising speeds Speed limiter 168-170 Cruise control 171-173 Active cruise control 174-181...

  • Page 417

    Visual search Maintenance - Technical data 12V battery 295-297 Load reduction, economy mode Running out of fuel, Diesel Engine compartment fuses 288-289, 293-294 Diesel weights 328-330 Checking levels 318-320 brake fluid coolant screenwash/headlamp wash fluid Checking components 321-322 air filter passenger compartment filter oil filter electric parking brake...

  • Page 419

    This handbook describes all of the equipment Automobiles CITROËN declares, by application available in the whole range. of the provisions of the European regulation (Directive 2000/53) relating to End of Life Vehicles, Your vehicle will be fi tted with some of this that it achieves the objectives set by this regulation equipment described in this document, depending and that recycled materials are used in the...

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    13B78.0041 Anglais 2013 – DOCUMENTATION DE BORD 4Dconcept Diadeis Edipro CRÉATIVE TECHNOLOGIE...

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