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OWNER'S HANDBOOK

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    OWNER'S HANDBOOK...

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    On-line owner's handbook You can fi nd your handbook on the CITROËN website, under Referring to the owner's handbook on-line also gives you ac- "MyCitroën". cess to the latest information available, easily identifi ed by the bookmark, associated with this symbol: This personal and customisable space allows you to establish direct and special contact with CITROËN.

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    We draw your attention to the following... Your vehicle is fi tted with only some of the equipment described in this document, depending on the trim level, version and the specifi cations for the country in which it is sold. CITROËN has a presence on every continent, The fi...

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    E X T E R I O R Stop & Start system Welcome lighting This system puts the engine temporar- This additional exterior and interior ily on standby during stops in the traf- lighting, controlled remotely, makes fi c (traffi c lights, traffi c jams, etc...). The your approach to the vehicle easier engine restarts automatically as soon when the light is poor.

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    E X T E R I O R Blind spot sensors Panoramic sunroof In certain conditions, this system de- This roof provides incomparable visibility tects the presence of a vehicle in the and light in the passenger compartment. blind spot. It informs you by means of a ...

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    O P E N I N G 2-button remote control 3-button remote control Welcome lighting A. Unfolding / Folding the key A. Folding/unfolding the key When a sensor detects a low level of light, the remote switching on of the (fi...

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    O P E N I N G Boot Fuel tank Panoramic sunroof 2-button remote control 1. Opening the blind (four positions possible). 1. Unlocking the vehicle. 2. Closing the blind (initial position). 2. Opening the boot.  79, 91 3-button remote control ...

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    I N T E R I O R Audio and communication systems Interior mood lighting These systems benefi t from the following This dimmed lighting of the passenger technologies: radio, CD player, USB player, compartment improves visibility inside Bluetooth system, satellite navigation sys- the vehicle when the light is poor.

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    I N S T R U M E N T S A N D C O N T R O L S 1. Cruise control / speed limiter switches. 2. Controls for optional functions. 3. Steering wheel adjustment control. 4. Lighting and direction indicator con- trol stalk.

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    I N S T R U M E N T S A N D C O N T R O L S 1. Steering lock and ignition. 2. Steering mounted control paddles for the electronic gearbox. 3. Wiper / screenwash / trip computer control stalk.

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    R O O F C O N S O L E S - C E N T R E C O N S O L E S A. Rear view mirror. B. Emergency call / Warning lamps display for front passenger's airbag and seat belt / Assistance call.

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    S I T T I N G C O M F O R T A B L Y Driver's seat Forwards-backwards Height Seat backrest angle Manual adjustment  70 Electric adjustment  71...

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    S I T T I N G C O M F O R T A B L Y Front seats Front armrest Other functions available... Head restraint height and angle Lumbar massage. Storing driving positions (driver's electric seat). Heated seats. Steering wheel adjustment ...

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    S I T T I N G C O M F O R T A B L Y Door mirrors Rear view mirror Front seat belts Manual day/night model Adjustment 1. Selection of the "day" position of the mirror. A. Selection of the mirror to be adjusted. 2.

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    S E E I N G C L E A R L Y Lighting Direction indicators Wipers Ring A Raise or lower the lighting stalk passing Stalk A: windscreen wipers the point of resistance; the correspond- ing direction indicators will fl ash for as Lighting off.

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    V E N T I L A T I O N Recommended interior settings Manual Air Conditioning I require... Air recirculation / Air distribution Air fl ow Temperature Manual A/C Intake of outside air COLD DEMISTING DEFROSTING Digital air conditioning: we recommend use of one of the three fully automatic modes by pressing the "AUTO" button.

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    M O N I T O R I N G Instrument panels Warning lamps Central switch panel 1. With the ignition on, the orange and red warning lamps come on. A. Make an emergency call. 2. With the engine running, these ...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Side switch panel Multifunction steering wheel Cruise control / speed limiter Audio system controls controls  238, 291  178, 176 Illumination of the lamp indicates the state of the system. Optional function controls Bluetooth system or telephone A.

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    P A S S E N G E R S A F E T Y - S T A R T I N G Passenger's front airbag Seat belts and passenger's Ignition switch front airbag 1. Open the glove box. A.

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    D R I V I N G S A F E L Y Electric parking brake Manual application / release Automatic application / release Manual application of the parking Press the accelerator pedal and let the Before leaving the ve- brake is possible by pulling the control clutch pedal up (manual gearbox), the hicle, check that the...

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    D R I V I N G S A F E L Y Electronic gearbox Displays in the instrument panel Moving off The gear engaged or the driving mode  Select position N and press the selected appears in the instrument pan- brake pedal fi...

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    D R I V I N G S A F E L Y Automatic gearbox Displays in the instrument panel Hill start assist The driving mode selected and/or the gear engaged appear in the left hand This six-speed gearbox offers Your vehicle is fi...

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    D R I V I N G S A F E L Y Stop & Start Engine going into STOP mode Engine going into START mode Deactivation / Reactivation The "ECO" warning lamp comes on The "ECO" warning lamp goes in the instrument panel and the engine off and the engine restarts au- is put into standby automatically:...

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    D R I V I N G S A F E L Y Blind spot sensors Parking space sensors One of these messages appears, to in- dicate the level of diffi culty of the man- ouevre: Parking possible.  Activate the function by pressing ...

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    D R I V I N G S A F E L Y Speed limiter "LIMIT" Cruise control "CRUISE" Display in the instrument panel 1. Limiter mode On / Off. 1. Cruise control mode On / Off. The cruise control or speed limiter mode appears in the instrument panel 2.

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    E C O - D R I V I N G 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 Drive smoothly Control the use of your gearbox electrical equipment With a manual gearbox, move off gen-...

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    Limit the causes of excess Observe the recommendations consumption on maintenance Switch off the headlamps and front Spread loads throughout the vehicle; Check the tyre pressures regularly, foglamps when the level of light does place the heaviest items in the bottom when cold, referring to the label in the not require their use.

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    M O N I T O R I N G TWO-TONE INSTRUMENT PANEL WITHOUT AUDIO SYSTEM Dials and screens Control buttons 1. Rev counter (x 1 000 rpm or tr/min). 6. Service indicator A. Lighting dimmer (available in night mode). 2.

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    M O N I T O R I N G TWO-TONE INSTRUMENT PANEL WITH AUDIO SYSTEM Dials and screens Control buttons 1. Rev counter (x 1 000 rpm or tr/min). 7. Service indicator A. Lighting dimmer (available in night mode). 2.

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    M O N I T O R I N G CUSTOMISABLE COLOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL WITH AUDIO SYSTEM OR NAVIGATION SYSTEM Dials and screens Control buttons 1. Rev counter (x 1 000 rpm or tr/min). 7. Service indicator A. Dial COLOUR: customisation of the background colour of the dials.

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    M O N I T O R I N G Rev counter Approaching the maximum engine speed, the bars are displayed in red and fl ash, to indicate to you the need to change up a gear.

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning and indicator lamps If your vehicle has a screen, a warning lamp coming on is al- Visual indicators which inform the driver of the occurrence of a malfunction (warn- ways accompanied by the dis- ing lamp) or of the operation of a system (operation or deactivation indicator lamp).

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations You must stop as soon it is safe to do so. Engine oil There is a fault with the fi xed. Park, switch off the ignition and contact a pressure engine lubrication system.

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations You must stop as soon as it is safe to do so. The application or release of Electric fl ashing. the electric parking brake was Park on level ground, switch off the parking brake interrupted.

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations Identify the problem by reading the message displayed in the screen, such as, for example: the opening of the doors, boot or bonnet, temporarily, A minor fault has occurred the engine oil level, accompanied by...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations Risk of destruction of the catalytic converter. The engine management fl ashing. Have it checked by a CITROËN dealer or a system has a fault. qualifi...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations The system optimises traction and The ESP/ASR regulation is fl ashing. improves the directional stability of the active. vehicle. fi xed, associated Dynamic with illumination of stability control the indicator lamp (ESP/ASR)

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations This lamp should go off when the engine This lamp comes on for a few is started. temporarily. seconds when you turn on the If it does not go off, contact a CITROËN ignition, then goes off.

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    M O N I T O R I N G Operation indicator lamps If one of the following indicator lamps comes on, this confi rms that the corresponding system has come into operation. It may be accompanied by an audible signal and a message in the screen. Warning lamp is on Cause...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations Release the parking brake to switch off the warning lamp, keeping your foot on the brake pedal. The parking brake is applied Parking brake fi...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations Automatic front wiping is activated. Automatic The wiper control is pushed To deactivate automatic wiping, operate fi xed. wiping downwards. the control stalk downwards or put the stalk into another position.

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    M O N I T O R I N G Deactivation indicator lamps If one of the following indicator lamps comes on, this confi rms that the corresponding system has been switched off intentionally. This is may be accompanied by an audible signal and a message on the multifunction screen. Warning lamp is on Cause...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Engine oil level indicator Oil level correct Oil level indicator error This is indicated by the fl ashing of "OIL--" or the display of a specifi c mes- sage in the instrument panel. Contact a Oil level incorrect CITROËN or a qualifi...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Service indicator More than 1 800 miles (3 000 km) Less than 600 miles (1 000 km) remain remain before the next service is due before the next service is due This information is displayed for a few When the ignition is switched on, no Example: 560 miles (900 km) remain...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Service overdue Service indicator zero reset This operation cannot be car- For a few seconds after the ignition is ried out while a reminder of the switched on, the spanner fl ashes to servicing information is being indicate that the service must be car- displayed.

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    M O N I T O R I N G Distance recorders Setting the time and the time Setting units in the instrument format in the instrument panel panel without audio system The total and trip distances are dis- without audio system played for thirty seconds when the ig- On the two-tone instrument panel with- nition is switched off, when the driver's...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Lighting dimmer Black panel (black screen) This indicator and the lighting value appear in the middle of the instrument panel during adjustment to show the lighting level compared to the 16 levels avail- able.

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    M O N I T O R I N G Customising the instrument Customising the polyphonic panel colours sounds This menu allows you to choose a fam- For safety reasons, the driver ily of polyphonic sounds from the four must only carry out these opera- available.

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S MONOCHROME SCREEN A Controls Main menu  Press the "MENU" button for ac- cess to the main menu , then press the "...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Date and time Vehicle parameters Once the "DATE AND TIME" menu has Once the "VEHICLE PARAM" menu been selected, you have access to the has been selected, you can activate or following settings: deactivate the following equipment:...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S MONOCHROME SCREEN C Controls Main menu  Press the "MENU" button for ac- cess to the main menu : - "Multimedia", - "Telephone", - "Trip computer", - "Bluetooth connection",...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S "Trip computer" menu "Personalisation- configuration" menu This menu allows you to view informa- tion on the status of the vehicle. Warning log This summarises the status and warn- This menu gives access to the following...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S For example: setting of the duration of the "follow-me-home" lighting  Press the "  " or "  " buttons, to select the "Defi...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Choice of language Adjusting the date and time Choice of sounds  Press the "  " or "  " button to Once this menu has been selected, you This menu allows you to choose a fam- display the "Display confi...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S COLOUR SCREEN Controls "SETUP" menu From the navigation system control  Press the "SETUP" button to open panel, to select one of the applications: the confi...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Choice of sounds Adjusting the voice synthesiser "Vehicle access" (see "Access" sec- This menu allows you to choose a This menu is used to adjust the volume tion): family of polyphonic sounds from four setting for navigation instructions and...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S TRIP COMPUTER The trip computer provides the follow- Zero reset ing information: System that gives you information on the journey in progress (range, fuel range, consumption…).

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Monochrome screen C the trip "2" tab with: ● the distance travelled, ● the average fuel consumption, ● the average speed, for the second trip.

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Colour screen The trip "1" screen displays:  Press the button on the eMyWay front panel, ● the distance travelled, to display continuously Display modes ●...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S A few definitions… Current fuel consumption Average speed (mpg or l/100 km or km/l) (mph or km/h) This is the average fuel con- This is the average speed calcu- Range sumption during the last few...

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    C O M F O R T VENTILATION Control panel The controls of this system are grouped together on control panel A on the centre console. Air distribution 1. Windscreen demisting-defrosting vents. 2. Front side window demisting-defrost- ing vents. 3. Side adjustable air vents. 4.

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    C O M F O R T RECOMMENDATIONS FOR VENTILATION AND AIR If after an extended stop in sun- shine, the interior temperature is CONDITIONING very high, fi rst ventilate the pas- senger compartment for a few In order for these systems to be fully effective, follow the operation and moments.

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    C O M F O R T MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING 2. Air fl ow adjustment 3. Air distribution adjustment This dial is used to increase or This dial is used to arrange the distri- decrease the speed of the air bution of air in the passenger compart- booster fan.

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    C O M F O R T 4. Air intake / Air recirculation 5. Air conditioning On / Off The intake of exterior air prevents the The air conditioning is de- formation of mist on the windscreen signed to operate effectively and side windows.

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    C O M F O R T DUAL-ZONE DIGITAL AIR CONDITIONING When the engine is cold, the air fl ow will reach its optimum level progressively, taking account of the weather and the desired comfort level so as to avoid too great a distribution of cold air.

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    C O M F O R T 2. Driver's side adjustment 4. Automatic visibility programme Manual operation See "Front demisting - defrosting". If you wish, you can make a different 3. Passenger's side adjustment choice from that offered by the system The driver and front pas- by changing a setting.

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    C O M F O R T 5. Air conditioning On / Off 7. Air fl ow adjustment 9. "REST" function: ventilation with the engine off  Press this button to switch  Turn this control to the left Even with the engine is off, off the air conditioning.

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    C O M F O R T On stopping the engine Switching the system off While the control screens remain  Turn the air fl ow control to on: the function is available. Avoid prolonged operation in in- the left until all of the indi- Pressing the REST button activates terior air recirculation mode or cator lamps go off.

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    C O M F O R T FRONT DEMIST - DEFROST REAR SCREEN DEMIST - DEFROST These markings on the control With digital dual-zone air The control button is located panel indicate the control po- on the air conditioning system conditioning sitions for rapid demisting or control panel.

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    C O M F O R T FRONT SEATS As a safety measure, seat adjustments should only be done when stationary. Seat consisting of a seat cushion, a seat back and a head restraint which can all be adjusted to adapt your posi- tion for ease of driving and comfort.

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    C O M F O R T FRONT SEATS The electrical functions of the driver's seat are deactivated approximately one minute after the ignition is switched off. Seat consisting of a seat cushion, a seat backrest and a head restraint To reactivate them, switch on the ignition.

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    C O M F O R T Additional adjustments Heated seats control The head restraint is fi tted with a frame with notches which pre- vents it from lowering; this is a safety device in case of impact. adjustment correct when the upper edge of the head restraint is level with the top of the head.

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    C O M F O R T Manual lumbar adjustment Electric lumbar adjustment Massage function  Turn the knob to obtain the desired  Press the front or rear of the control This function provides a back massage; it only operates when the engine is run- level of lumbar support.

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    C O M F O R T Storing driving positions Storing a position Recalling a stored position Using buttons M / 1 / 2 Ignition on or engine running System which registers the electrical settings of the driver's seat and door ...

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    C O M F O R T REAR SEATS Folding the backrest Bench seat with fi xed one-piece cush-  Move the corresponding front seat ion and split backrest (left hand 2/3, right forward if necessary. hand 1/3) which can be folded individually ...

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    C O M F O R T MIRRORS Adjustment Folding  From outside: lock the vehicle using the remote control or the key.  From inside: with the ignition on, pull the control A in the central posi- tion rearwards. If the mirrors are folded using control A , they will not unfold when the vehicle is unlocked.

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    C O M F O R T Automatic tilting in reverse gear Switching on System which provides a view of the  With the engine running, engage re- ground during parking manoeuvres in verse gear. reverse gear.  Move control A to the right or to the left to select the corresponding mirror.

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    C O M F O R T Rear view mirror Automatic day/night model STEERING WHEEL ADJUSTMENT Adjustable mirror providing a central rearward view. Equipped with an anti-dazzle system, which darkens the mirror glass and re- duces the nuisance to the driver caused by the sun, headlamps from other vehi- cles...

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    A C C E S S REMOTE CONTROL KEY Complete unlocking using the Programming unlocking remote control System which permits central unlocking Setting the total or selective un-  Press the open padlock or locking of the vehicle using the door locking is done via the vehicle to unlock the vehicle com- lock or from a distance.

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    A C C E S S Unlocking the vehicle using the Programming unlocking Selective unlocking of the boot 3-button remote control The complete or selective door  Press the middle button on unlocking parameter is set via the remote control to un- the vehicle confi...

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    A C C E S S Locking the vehicle The folding and unfolding of the door mirrors using the remote Normal locking using the remote control can be deactivated by a control CITROËN dealer or a qualifi ed  Press the closed padlock to workshop.

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    A C C E S S Anti-theft protection A heavy object (key fob...), attached Key left in the "Ignition on" to the key and weighing down on position Electronic engine immobiliser its shaft in the ignition switch, could On opening the driver's door, an alert The key contains an electronic chip cause a malfunction.

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    A C C E S S Operating fault with the Changing the battery 2-button remote control Following disconnection of the vehicle battery, replacement of the remote con- trol battery or in the event of malfunction of the remote control, you can no longer unlock, lock or locate your vehicle.

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    A C C E S S Operating fault with the Changing the battery 3-button remote control In the event of a malfunction with the remote control, you can no longer un- lock, lock or locate your vehicle.  First of all, use the key in the lock to unlock or lock your vehicle.

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    A C C E S S Lost keys Do not throw the remote con- trol batteries away, they contain Go to a CITROËN dealer with the vehicle's registration document, your metals which are harmful to the personal identifi cation documents and if possible the key code label. environment.

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    A C C E S S CENTRAL LOCKING CONTROL Unlocking ANTI-INTRUSION SECURITY  Press the button again to unlock the This system allows automatic simulta- vehicle. neous locking of the doors and boot as This control allows the simultaneous The red indicator lamp in the button soon as the speed of the vehicle ex- locking or unlocking of the doors and goes off.

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    A C C E S S Activation / Deactivation Emergency control Locking the front and rear passenger doors System allowing the doors to be locked and unlocked manually in the event of a malfunction of the central locking sys- tem or battery failure. Locking the driver's door ...

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    A C C E S S ALARM * Locking the vehicle with full If an opening (door, boot...) is alarm system not closed fully, the vehicle is not System which protects and provides a locked but the exterior perimeter deterrent against theft and break-ins. It monitoring will be activated af- provides the following types of monitoring.

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    A C C E S S Locking the vehicle with exterior The exterior perimeter monitoring alone Failure of the remote control is activated: the indicator lamp in the perimeter monitoring only To deactivate the monitoring functions: button fl ashes once per second. Deactivate the interior volumetric and anti-tilt monitoring to avoid unwanted ...

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    A C C E S S DOORS From inside Closing Opening When a door is not closed correctly: From outside when the engine is run- ning , this warning lamp comes on, accompanied by an alert message for a few seconds, when the vehicle is moving (speed higher than 6 mph (10 km/h)), this...

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    A C C E S S BOOT Tailgate release Opening Closing System allowing the mechanical unlock- ing of the boot in the event of a battery or  Lower the tailgate using the interior central locking system malfunction. grab handle. ...

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    A C C E S S ELECTRIC WINDOWS One-touch electric windows After approximately ten consecutive complete opening/closing move- Fitted with a safety anti-pinch system ments of the window, a protection and a deactivation system for the rear There are two options: function is activated which only au- controls.

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    A C C E S S Reinitialisation Deactivation of the rear electric Always remove the key from the window controls After reconnecting the battery or a fault, ignition when leaving the vehi- you must be reinitialise the operation of cle, even for a short time. the electric windows.

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    A C C E S S PANORAMIC SUNROOF Reinitialising the system Your vehicle is fi tted with a tinted glass Following reconnection of the battery, panoramic sunroof which increases or in the event of a malfunction in its the light and visibility in the passenger operation, it may be necessary to reini- compartment.

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    A C C E S S FUEL TANK With Stop & Start, never refuel with the system in STOP mode; Capacity of the tank: approximately you must switch off the ignition 60 litres. with the key. Low fuel level When the low fuel level in the ...

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    A C C E S S The petrol or Diesel engine of your vehicle Quality of the fuel used for Quality of the fuel used for is fi tted with a catalytic converter, a device petrol engines Diesel engines which helps to reduce the level of harmful emissions in the exhaust gases.

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    A C C E S S MISFUEL PREVENTION Travelling abroad (DIESEL) * As Diesel fuel pump nozzles may be different in other countries, Mechanical device which prevents fi ll- ing the tank of a Diesel vehicle with the presence of the misfuel pre- petrol.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y LIGHTING CONTROLS Additional lighting Programming System for selection and control of the Other lamps are provided to meet the The setting of some functions can be various front and rear lamps providing requirements of particular driving con- adjusted: the vehicle's lighting.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Daytime running lamps Manual controls Daytime lighting, compulsory in certain The lighting is controlled directly by the countries, which comes on automati- driver by means of the ring A and the cally when the engine is started making stalk B .

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    V I S I B I L I T Y C. Foglamp selection ring. In good or rainy weather, by both The foglamps operate with the dipped day and night, the front foglamps and main beam headlamps. and the rear foglamps are pro- hibited.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Manual guide-me-home lighting Parking lamps Switching off the lighting when switching off the ignition The temporary illumination of the dipped Side markers for the vehicle by illumi- When the ignition is switched off, beam headlamps after the vehicle's ignition nation of the sidelamps on the traffi...

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Automatic illumination of Coupling with the automatic "Guide- me-home" lighting headlamps Association with the automatic illumi- The sidelamps and dipped beam head- nation of headlamps provides "guide- lamps are switched on automatically, me-home"...

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    V I S I B I L I T Y WELCOME LIGHTING The remote switching on of the pas- senger compartment lighting makes your access to the vehicle easier in poor light. It is activated depending on the light level detected by the sunshine sensor.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y MANUAL ADJUSTMENT OF AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT OF HALOGEN HEADLAMPS XENON HEADLAMPS To avoid causing a nuisance to other This system adjusts the height of the xe- road users, the height of the halogen non headlamp beams automatically and headlamps should be adjusted accord- when stationary, according to the load in...

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    V I S I B I L I T Y DIRECTIONAL LIGHTING When the dipped or main beam head- with directional lighting This function is inactive: lamps are on, this function, allows the when stationary or at low speeds, light beams to better follow the road. when reverse is engaged.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y CORNERING LIGHTING With dipped or main beams, this func- with cornering lighting Switching on tion makes use of the beam from a This function starts: front foglamp to illuminate the inside when the corresponding direction of a bend, when the vehicle speed is indicator is switched on,...

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    V I S I B I L I T Y WIPER CONTROLS Windscreen wiper A. Wiping speed control stalk: raise or System for selection and control of the lower the stalk to the desired position. various front and rear wiping modes for the elimination of rain and cleaning the Model without AUTO wiping screens.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Automatic rain sensitive Windscreen and headlamp automatic rain sensitive windscreen wipers wash windscreen wipers must be re- activated if the ignition has been  Pull the windscreen wiper stalk to- The windscreen wipers operate automat- off for more than one minute.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Special position of the Rear wiper B. Rear wiper selection ring: turn the ring to place the desired symbol windscreen wipers against the marking. Park. Intermittent wipe. This position permits release of the Wash-wipe.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y COURTESY LAMPS Front and rear courtesy lamps In permanent lighting mode, the lighting time varies according to the circumstances: In this position, the courtesy lamp comes on gradually: with the ignition off, approxi- mately ten minutes, in energy economy mode, ap- when the vehicle is unlocked,...

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    V I S I B I L I T Y INTERIOR MOOD LIGHTING Switching off BOOT LAMP The dimmed passenger compartment The interior mood lighting switches off lighting improves visibility in the vehicle automatically when the sidelamps are when the light is poor. switched off.

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    F I T T I N G S INTERIOR FITTINGS 1. Grab handle 2. Sun visor (see details on a following page) 3. Ticket/map holder 4. Illuminated glove box (see details on a following page) 5. Door pocket s 6. Large open storage box (without audio system) Small storage box with fl...

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    F I T T I N G S SUN VISOR ILLUMINATED GLOVE BOX Component which protects against sunlight It has dedicated locations for storing from the front or the side, also equipped with a water bottle, the vehicle’s handbook an illuminated courtesy mirror. pack...

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    F I T T I N G S 12 V ACCESSORY SOCKET USB PORT / AUXILIARY SOCKET LOWER CENTRE CONSOLE The "AUX" connection box, located in  To connect a 12 V accessory (max the centre console, comprises an aux- power: 120 W), lift the cover and connect a suitable adaptor.

  • Page 115

    F I T T I N G S SEMI-RAISED CENTRE CONSOLE 1. Front armrest (see details on following pages) 2. Open storage 3. Cup holder 4. Storage pocket RAISED CENTRE CONSOLE 1. Front armrest (see details on following pages) 2. 12 V accessory socket (see details on following pages) 3.

  • Page 116

    F I T T I N G S LARGE MULTIFUNCTIONAL FRONT ARMREST STORAGE UNIT Comfort and storage system for the driver and front passenger. The height and length of the armrest cover can be adjusted. Longitudinal adjustment  Slide the cover fully forwards or rearwards.

  • Page 117

    F I T T I N G S FRONT ARMREST Comfort and storage device for the driver and front passenger. The length of the armrest cover can be adjusted. Storage The armrest's compartment can hold up to 6 CDs.  Raise the cover fully. Longitudinal adjustment ...

  • Page 118

    F I T T I N G S 230 V/50 HZ POWER SOCKET 12 V ACCESSORY SOCKET Connect only one device at a time to the socket (no extension or multi-way connector). Connect only devices with class II insulation (shown on the de- vice).

  • Page 119

    F I T T I N G S MATS Refitting STORAGE DRAWERS Removable carpet protection. To refi t the mat on the driver's side: Located under each front seat, except for the driver's seat on versions with  position the mat correctly, electric seat.

  • Page 120

    F I T T I N G S REAR ARMREST SKI FLAP Comfort system for the rear passen- Arrangement for storing and transporting gers. long objects. Opening  Lower the rear armrest for a more comfortable position.  Lower the rear armrest. This also gives access to the ski fl...

  • Page 121

    F I T T I N G S BOOT FITTINGS 1. Rear parcel shelf (see details on a following page) 2. Hooks (see details on a following page) 3. 12 V accessory socket (see details on a following page) 4. Torch (see details on following pages) 5.

  • Page 122

    F I T T I N G S Rear parcel shelf Hooks 12 V accessory socket To remove the shelf: The hooks can be used to secure shop-  To connect a 12 V accessory (max ping bags. power: 120 W), remove the cap and ...

  • Page 123

    F I T T I N G S Torch Storage box  Extract the torch from its location pulling it upwards. This is a removable lamp, fi tted in the  Raise the boot carpet for access to  Press the switch, located on the boot wall, which can be used to light the the storage box.

  • Page 124

    F I T T I N G S LUGGAGE COVER Installation Stowage (ENTERPRISE VERSION)  Insert the fi xings A on the frame B  Roll up the luggage cover near the while unrolling the luggage cover. rear seats. Removal ...

  • Page 125

    C H I L D S A F E T Y 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 CITROËN recommends that...

  • Page 126

    C H I L D S A F E T Y CHILD SEAT IN THE FRONT * "Rearward-facing" "Forward-facing" Passenger seat adjusted to the in- termediate longitudinal and highest position. When a "rearward-facing" child seat is When a "forward-facing" child seat is installed on the front passenger seat , installed on the front passenger seat , adjust the seat to the intermediate lon-...

  • Page 127

    C H I L D S A F E T Y DEACTIVATING THE PASSENGER'S AIRBAG The warning label present on both sides Never install a rearward-facing of the passenger's sun visor repeats child restraint system on a seat this advice. In line with current legisla- protected by an active front air- tion, the following two pages contain bag.

  • Page 128

    C H I L D S A F E T Y 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...

  • Page 129

    C H I L D S A F E T Y MT Qatt m’ghandek thalli tifel/tifl a marbut f’siggu dahru lejn l-Airbag attiva, ghaliex tista’ tikkawza korriment serju jew anke mewt lit-tifel/tifl a NL Plaats NOOIT een kinderzitje met de rug in de rijrichting op een zitplaats waarvan de AIRBAG is INGESCHAKELD. Bij het afgaan van de airbag kan het KIND ERNSTIG OF DODELIJK GEWOND raken.

  • Page 130

    C H I L D S A F E T Y CHILD SEAT AT THE REAR "Rearward facing" "Forward facing" Centre rear seat When a "rearward facing" child seat is When a "forward facing" child seat is A child seat with a support leg must installed on a rear passenger seat , installed on a rear passenger seat , never be installed on the centre rear...

  • Page 131

    C H I L D S A F E T Y LOCATIONS FOR CHILD SEATS SECURED USING THE SEAT BELT In accordance with European regulations, this table indicates the options for installing child seats secured using 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 Less than 13 kg From 9 to 18 kg...

  • Page 132

    C H I L D S A F E T Y (a) Universal child seat: child seat U : seating position suitable for the in- which can be installed in all vehicles stallation of a child seat secured using the seat belt. using the seat belt and universally approved "rearward facing"...

  • Page 133

    C H I L D S A F E T Y "ISOFIX" MOUNTINGS To secure the child seat to the TOP TETHER: Your vehicle has been approved in ac- a ring B , behind the seat and identi- remove and stow the head restraint cordance with the latest ISOFIX regu- fi...

  • Page 134

    C H I L D S A F E T Y LOCATIONS FOR ISOFIX CHILD SEATS In accordance with European Regulations, this table indicates the options for installing ISOFIX child seats on seats in the vehicle fi tted 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 135

    C H I L D S A F E T Y ADVICE ON CHILD SEATS The incorrect installation of a child For optimum installation of the "for- Installing a booster seat seat in a vehicle compromises the ward-facing" child seat, ensure that child's protection in the event of an the back of the child seat is as close The chest part of the seat belt must...

  • Page 136

    C H I L D S A F E T Y MANUAL CHILD LOCK Mechanical system to prevent opening of the rear door using its interior control. The control, red in colour, is located on the edge of each rear door. It is identi- fi...

  • Page 137

    S A F E T Y DIRECTION INDICATORS HAZARD WARNING LAMPS HORN A visual warning by means of the direc- Audible warning system to alert other tion indicators to alert other road users road users to an imminent danger. to a vehicle breakdown, towing or ac- cident.

  • Page 138

    S A F E T Y BRAKING ASSISTANCE Operating fault Emergency braking assistance SYSTEMS System which, in an emergency, en- If this warning lamp comes on, ables you to obtain the optimum braking accompanied by an audible Group of supplementary systems which pressure more quickly, thus reducing help you to obtain optimum braking in signal and a message in the...

  • Page 139

    S A F E T Y TRAJECTORY CONTROL Intelligent traction control Deactivation SYSTEMS (ESP) system ("Snow motion") In exceptional conditions (starting a vehicle which is bogged down, stuck in Your vehicle has a system to help driving Anti-slip regulation (ASR) and snow, on soft ground...), if you are un- on snow: intelligent traction control.

  • Page 140

    S A F E T Y Reactivation EMERGENCY OR ASSISTANCE The trajectory control systems CALL These systems are reactivated au- offer increased safety in normal tomatically each time the ignition is driving, but this should not en- switched back on or from 30 mph courage the driver to take extra (50 km/h).

  • Page 141

    S A F E T Y SEAT BELTS Height adjustment Seat belt not fastened / unfastened warning lamps display Front seat belts The front seat belts are fi tted with a pre- tensioning and force limiting system. This system improves safety in the front seats in the event of a front or side im- pact.

  • Page 142

    S A F E T Y Rear seat belts Seat belt unfastened warning lamp Seat belt unfastened warning lamps in the instrument panel display The rear seats are each fi tted with a This warning lamp comes on in three-point seat belt, with force limiter the instrument panel when one and, for the outer seats, an effort limiter.

  • Page 143

    S A F E T Y The driver must ensure that passen- In order to be effective, a seat belt Recommendations for children gers use the seat belts correctly and must: Use a suitable child seat if the pas- that they are all restrained securely be tightened as close to the body senger is less than 12 years old or before setting off.

  • Page 144

    S A F E T Y AIRBAGS Impact detection zones Front airbags System designed to maximise the safe- System which protects the driver and ty of the occupants (with the exception front passenger in the event of a seri- of the rear centre passenger) in the ous front impact in order to limit the risk event of violent collisions.

  • Page 145

    S A F E T Y Deactivation To assure the safety of your Only the passenger's front airbag can child, the passenger's front air- be deactivated: bag must be deactivated when you install a "rear facing" child  insert the key in the passenger air- bag deactivation switch, seat on the front passenger seat.

  • Page 146

    S A F E T Y Lateral airbags Impact detection zones Deployment The curtain airbag is deployed at the System which protects the driver and same time as the corresponding lateral front passenger in the event of a seri- airbag in the event of a serious side ous side impact in order to limit the risk impact applied to all or part of the side of injury to the chest, between the hip...

  • Page 147

    S A F E T Y For the airbags to be fully Front airbags effective, observe the Do not drive holding the steering wheel by its spokes or resting your hands on following safety rules: the centre part of the wheel. Sit in a normal upright position.

  • Page 148

    D R I V I N G ELECTRIC PARKING BRAKE Programming the mode Manual application Depending on the country of sale of the With the vehicle stationary, to apply the vehicle, the automatic application when parking brake whether the engine is the engine is switched off and the auto- running or off, pull control lever A .

  • Page 149

    D R I V I N G Manual release Maximum application Automatic application, engine off With the ignition on or the engine run- If necessary, you can make a maxi- ning, to release the parking brake, mum application of the parking brake. With the vehicle stationary, the parking press on the brake pedal or the accel- This is obtained by means of a long...

  • Page 150

    D R I V I N G Automatic release Immobilising the vehicle, Particular situations engine running The electric parking brake releases auto- In certain situations (e.g. starting the matically and progressively when you engine), the parking brake can auto- With the engine running and the vehi- press the accelerator: matically alter its force.

  • Page 151

    D R I V I N G Emergency braking In the event of failure of the Access to tools electronic stability control sys- The tools are stowed in the storage box tem, signalled by the illumi- under the boot carpet. nation of this warning lamp, braking stability is then not guaranteed.

  • Page 152

    D R I V I N G Switch the ignition off and then on to reinitialise the parking brake. If the reinitialisation of the parking brake proves impossible, contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualifi ed workshop. The subsequent time required for application may be longer than dur- ing normal operation.

  • Page 153

    D R I V I N G Operating faults If the electric parking brake malfunction warning lamp comes on together with one or more of the warning lamps presented in these tables, place the vehicle in a safe condition (on level ground, gear engaged) and contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualifi...

  • Page 154

    D R I V I N G Situations Consequences To apply the electric parking brake:  immobilise the vehicle and switch off the ignition.  pull the control for at least 5 seconds or until application is complete.  switch on the ignition and check the switching on of the and possibly electric parking brake warning lamps.

  • Page 155

    D R I V I N G MANUAL PARKING BRAKE Releasing 6-SPEED MANUAL GEARBOX  Pull the parking brake lever up gently, Engaging 5 or 6 gear press the release button then lower the lever fully.  Move the lever fully to the right to engage 5 or 6 gear.

  • Page 156

    D R I V I N G ELECTRONIC GEARBOX Gear lever Steering mounted control paddles Six-speed electronic gearbox which of- fers a choice between the comfort of fully automatic operation or the pleas- ure of manual gear changing. There are two driving modes: automated mode automatic...

  • Page 157

    D R I V I N G Displays in the instrument panel Moving off AUTO and 1 , 1 or R appear in the in- strument panel screen.  Select position N .  Press the brake pedal down fully. You must press the brake pedal ...

  • Page 158

    D R I V I N G Temporary control of gear changing When immobilising the vehicle, You can change mode at any You can temporarily take over control time by moving the gear lever with the engine running, you of gear changing using the "+" and "-" must place the gear lever in neu- from A to M or the other way steering mounted paddles: if the engine...

  • Page 159

    D R I V I N G AUTOMATIC GEARBOX Gear lever Displays in the instrument panel Six speed automatic gearbox which of- fers a choice between the comfort of fully automatic operation, enhanced by sport and snow programmes, or manu- al gear changing.

  • Page 160

    D R I V I N G Moving off Automatic operation Sport and snow programmes  With your foot on the brake, select  Select position D for automatic These two special programmes supple- position P or N . changing of the six gears. ment the automatic operation in very specifi...

  • Page 161

    D R I V I N G Manual operation Invalid value during manual Operating fault operation  Select position M for sequential When the ignition is on, This symbol is displayed if a changing of the six gears. the lighting of this warning gear is not engaged correctly lamp, accompanied by an ...

  • Page 162

    D R I V I N G HILL START ASSIST Operation System which keeps your vehicle im- mobilised temporarily (approximately 2 seconds) when starting on a gradi- ent, the time it takes to move your foot from the brake pedal to the accelerator pedal.

  • Page 163

    D R I V I N G GEAR SHIFT INDICATOR Example: The information appears in the instru- ment panel in the form of an arrow. You are in third gear. System which reduces fuel consump- On vehicles with manual gearbox, the tion by advising the driver to change up.

  • Page 164

    D R I V I N G TYRE UNDER-INFLATION DETECTION This system does not avoid the The tyre pressures for your vehi- need to check the tyre pressures cle can be found on the tyre pres- regularly (including the spare sure label (see the "Identifi...

  • Page 165

    D R I V I N G Under-inflation alert Operating fault The fl ashing and then fi xed The alert is given by the fi xed il-  Reduce speed, avoid sudden steer- illumination of the under-infl a- lumination of this warning lamp, ing movements or harsh brake ap- tion warning lamp accompa- accompanied by an audible sig-...

  • Page 166

    D R I V I N G STOP & START If your vehicle is fi tted with Special cases: STOP mode the system, a time coun- unavailable The Stop & Start system puts the en- ter calculates the sum of STOP mode is not invoked when: gine temporarily into standby - STOP the periods in STOP mode...

  • Page 167

    D R I V I N G Going into engine START mode Special cases: START invoked Deactivation automatically The "ECO" warning lamp goes off and the engine starts auto- For safety reasons or to ensure smooth matically: operation, START mode is invoked au- tomatically when: with a manual gearbox , when you you open the driver's door,...

  • Page 168

    D R I V I N G Operating fault Maintenance Before doing anything under the bonnet, deactivate the Stop & Start system to avoid any risk of injury resulting from automatic operation of START mode. This system requires a specifi c battery with a special specifi...

  • Page 169

    D R I V I N G LANE DEPARTURE WARNING Activation Operating fault SYSTEM  Press this button, the indicator lamp In the event of a malfunction, comes on. the service warning lamp comes on, accompanied by an audible signal and a message in the screen.

  • Page 170

    D R I V I N G BLIND SPOT SENSORS Operation This driving assistance system warns the driver of the presence of another vehicle in the blind spot angle of their vehicle (areas masked from the driver's A warning lamp appears in the door ...

  • Page 171

    D R I V I N G The alert is given by a warning lamp which comes on in the door mirror on the side in question as soon as a ve- hicle - car, lorry, cycle - is detected and the following conditions are fulfi...

  • Page 172

    D R I V I N G Operating fault In the event of a fault, the warning lamp in the button fl ashes then goes off. Have it checked by a CITROËN dealer or a qualifi ed workshop. The system may suffer tem- porary interference in certain weather conditions (rain, hail...).

  • Page 173

    D R I V I N G MEMORISING SPEEDS With the eMyWay satellite Access navigation system This memorisation of speeds applies to both the speed limiter and the cruise control. You can memorise up to 5 speeds in the system. By default, a few speeds are already memorised.

  • Page 174

    D R I V I N G SPEED LIMITER Steering mounted controls Displays in the instrument panel System which prevents the vehicle from exceeding the speed programmed by the driver. When the programmed speed limit is reached, pressing the accelerator ped- al no longer has any effect.

  • Page 175

    D R I V I N G Programming Exiting the speed limiter mode  Turn dial 1 to the "LIMIT" posi-  Turn dial 1 to the "0" position: the tion: the speed limiter mode is speed limiter mode is deselected. It selected but is not switched on disappears from the screen.

  • Page 176

    D R I V I N G CRUISE CONTROL Steering mounted controls Displays in the instrument panel System which automatically maintains the speed of the vehicle at the value programmed by the driver, without any action on the accelerator pedal. Operation The cruise control is switched on manually: it requires a minimum ve-...

  • Page 177

    D R I V I N G Programming Operating fault  Turn dial 1 to the "CRUISE" po- In the event of a cruise control malfunc- sition: the cruise control mode is tion, the speed is cleared resulting in selected but is not switched on fl...

  • Page 178

    D R I V I N G PARKING SPACE SENSORS Operation System which measures the parking Displays in the instrument panel You have identifi ed a parking space: space available between two vehicles  Press button A to select the function. The parking space sensor or obstacles.

  • Page 179

    D R I V I N G The function displays the following types The function deselects itself automati- of message: cally: when you engage reverse gear, when you switch off the ignition, if measuring is not requested, within fi ve minutes of selection of the function, if the vehicle speed exceeds the threshold of 45 mph (approx.

  • Page 180

    D R I V I N G PARKING SENSORS Rear parking sensors This system indicates the proximity of an obstacle (person, vehicle, tree, gate, etc.) which comes within the fi eld of detection of sensors located in the bumper. Certain types of obstacle (stake, road- works cone, etc.) detected initially will no longer be detected at the end of the manoeuvre due to the presence of blind...

  • Page 181

    D R I V I N G Front parking sensors Deactivation/Activation of the front Operating fault and rear parking sensors In addition to the rear parking sensors, In the event of a malfunction the front parking sensors are triggered of the system, when reverse when an obstacle is detected in front gear is engaged this warn- and the speed of the vehicle is still below...

  • Page 182

    C H E C K S BONNET Opening Do not open the bonnet in high winds. Before doing anything under the When the engine is hot, handle bonnet, switch off the Stop & the exterior safety catch and the Start system to avoid any risk of bonnet stay with care (risk of injury resulting from an automatic burns).

  • Page 183

    C H E C K S RUNNING OUT OF FUEL 1.6 litre HDi engine 2 litre HDi engine (DIESEL)  Fill the fuel tank with at least fi ve  Fill the fuel tank with at least fi ve li- litres of diesel.

  • Page 184

    C H E C K S PETROL ENGINES The various caps and covers allow access for checking the levels of the various fl uids and for replacing certain components. 1. Power steering reservoir. 4. Brake fl uid reservoir. 7. Air fi lter. 2.

  • Page 185

    C H E C K S DIESEL ENGINES The various caps and covers allow access for checking the levels of the various fl uids, for replacing certain components and for priming the fuel system. 1. Power steering reservoir. 4. Brake fl uid reservoir. 8.

  • Page 186

    C H E C K S CHECKING LEVELS Engine oil change Power steering fluid level Refer to the maintenance and warranty Check all of these levels regularly, in guide for details of the interval for this line with the maintenance and warranty The power steering fl...

  • Page 187

    C H E C K S Screenwash / headlamp wash Specifi cation of the fl uid Used products fluid level To ensure optimum cleaning and to avoid freezing, the fl uid should never be Avoid prolonged contact of used To check the level or top up topped up or replaced by plain water.

  • Page 188

    C H E C K S CHECKS Air filter and passenger compartment filter Particle emission filter (Diesel) The start of saturation of the particle Unless otherwise indicated, check Refer to the maintenance and emissions fi lter is indicated by: these components in accordance with warranty guide for details of the maintenance and warranty guide the replacement intervals for...

  • Page 189

    C H E C K S Manual gearbox Brake pads Electric parking brake The gearbox does not re- Brake wear depends on the This system does not require quire any maintenance (no oil style of driving, particularly in any routine servicing. However, change).

  • Page 190

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N TEMPORARY PUNCTURE Description of the kit REPAIR KIT Complete system consisting of a com- pressor and a sealant cartridge which permits temporary repair of a tyre so that you can drive to the nearest ga- rage.

  • Page 191

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Repair procedure 1. Sealing  Switch off the ignition.  Uncoil the white pipe G fully.  Connect the compressor's electric plug to the vehicle's 12 V socket.

  • Page 192

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N  Switch on the compressor by mov-  Remove the kit and screw the cap ing the switch B to position "I" until back on the white pipe.

  • Page 193

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N 2. Infl ation  Turn the selector A to the  Connect the compressor's electric  Adjust the pressure using the com- "air"...

  • Page 194

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Removing the cartridge Checking tyre pressures / inflating accessories You can also use the compressor, with- out injecting any product, to: check or adjust the pressure of your tyres, infl...

  • Page 195

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N CHANGING A WHEEL List of tools Procedure for changing a faulty wheel All of these tools are specifi c to your for the spare wheel using the tools pro- vehicle.

  • Page 196

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Access to the spare wheel Taking out the standard wheel  Unscrew the yellow central bolt.  Raise the spare wheel towards you from the rear.

  • Page 197

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Removing a wheel List of operations  Remove the chromed bolt cover from each of the bolts using the tool 3 (according to equipment).

  • Page 198

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Fitting a wheel List of operations  Put the wheel in place on the hub.  Screw in the bolts by hand to the stop.

  • Page 199

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N SNOW CHAINS In wintry conditions, snow chains improve traction as well as the behaviour of the vehicle when braking. Use only the chains designed to be fi t- Advice on installation The snow chains must be fi...

  • Page 200

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N CHANGING A BULB Front lamps Model with xenon and directional Model with halogen headlamps headlamps The headlamps are fi tted with polycarbonate glass with a pro- tective coating: ...

  • Page 201

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Access to bulbs Changing direction indicator bulbs Model with Xenon headlamps Depending on the engine and only on the left hand side, you must fi rst carry Rapid fl...

  • Page 202

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Changing dipped beam headlamp Changing main beam headlamp Changing daytime running lamp/ bulbs (only on models with halogen bulbs (only on models with halogen sidelamp bulbs headlamps) headlamps)

  • Page 203

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Changing integrated direction Changing the side spotlamps Changing foglamp bulbs indicator side repeaters For the replacement of this type of LED ...

  • Page 204

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Rear lamps Changing bulbs These four bulbs are changed from in- side the boot:  open the boot,  remove the access fl ap from the corresponding side trim panel, ...

  • Page 205

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Number plate lamps (W5W) Third brake lamp (LEDs) To facilitate the removal of the lamp, For the replacement of this type of LED carry out this operation with the tailgate lamp, contact a CITROËN dealer or a half open.

  • Page 206

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N CHANGING A FUSE Changing a fuse Before changing a fuse:  the cause of the failure must be identifi ed and rectifi ed, ...

  • Page 207

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Dashboard fuses Fuse tables Fusebox 1 The fuseboxes are located in the lower dashboard (left-hand side). Fuse N° Rating Functions Alarm siren, alarm ECU.

  • Page 208

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Fusebox 2 Fuse N° Rating Functions 15 A Rear 12 V socket. Not used. Not used. Not used. 25 A 230 V / 50 Hz socket.

  • Page 209

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Engine compartment fuses Fuse table The fusebox is placed in the engine Fuse N° Rating Functions compartment near the battery (left- hand side).

  • Page 210

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N 12 V BATTERY Access to the battery Starting using another battery Procedure for starting the engine us- When your vehicle's battery is dis- ing another battery or charging a dis- charged, the engine can be started charged battery.

  • Page 211

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N  Start the engine of the vehicle with the good battery and leave it run- ning for a few minutes. ...

  • Page 212

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Charging the battery using a Reinitialisation after It is advisable to disconnect the reconnection battery charger battery if the vehicle is to be left unused for more than one month.

  • Page 213

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N LOAD REDUCTION MODE Switching to economy mode CHANGING A WIPER BLADE System which manages the use of cer- Once this period has elapsed, a message tain functions according to the level of appears in the screen indicating that the Before removing a front wiper...

  • Page 214

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N FITTING ROOF BARS VERY COLD CLIMATE SCREEN * Maximum authorised weight on the roof rack, for a loading height not exceeding 40 cm (with the For safety reasons and to avoid dam- Removable protective screen which exception of bicycle carriers):...

  • Page 215

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N TOWING THE VEHICLE General recommendations Procedure having your vehicle Observe the legislation in force in your country. towed or for towing another vehicle us- Ensure that the weight of the towing vehicle is higher than that of the towed ing a removable towing eye.

  • Page 216

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Towing your vehicle Towing another vehicle  Place the gear lever in neu- tral (position N on an elec- tronic or automatic gearbox). Failure to observe this in- struction could result in dam- age to certain components...

  • Page 217

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N TOWING A TRAILER Driving with a trailer places greater de- The maximum towed load on a long in- mands on the towing vehicle and the cline depends on the gradient and the driver must take particular care.

  • Page 218

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N AUDIO PRE-EQUIPMENT Fitting an audio unit Connectors 8-way connector (A) Your vehicle is equipped with certain The audio unit is fi tted in place of one factory-fi...

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    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N ACCESSORIES "Transport systems": "Security and safety": boot carpet, boot liner, boot net, boot anti-intrusion alarm, microwave sensor, A wide range of accessories and genu- spacers, transverse roof bars, bicycle anti-tilt sensor, stolen vehicle tracking ine parts is available from the CITROËN...

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    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N "Multimedia": By going to a CITROËN dealer, you can also obtain cleaning and mainte- audio systems, steering mounted au- nance products (interior and exterior) - dio controls, speakers, Hi-Fi module, including ecological products in the Bluetooth...

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    T E C H N I C A L D A T A DIMENSIONS (IN MM)

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    T E C H N I C A L D A T A IDENTIFICATION MARKINGS Various visible markings for the identifi - B. Vehicle identifi cation number on D. Tyre/paint label. cation of your vehicle. the dashboard. This label is affi xed to the driver's front This number is indicated on a self-ad- pillar.

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    This handbook describes all of the equipment For any work on your vehicle, use a qualifi ed available in the whole range. workshop that has the technical information, competence and equipment required, which a Your vehicle will be fi tted with some of this CITROËN dealer is able to provide.

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    13B71.0040 Anglais 2013 – DOCUMENTATION DE BORD 4Dconcept Diadeis Edipro CRÉATIVE TECHNOLOGIE...

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