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Contents

Overview . Access Fittings


Remote control key 43 Interior fittings 71
Doors 48 Boot fittings 75
Boot 50
Locking / unlocking from the inside 51
Alarm 52
Eco-driving . Electric windows 54

Monitoring Comfort Driving


Instrument panels 14 Front seats 56 Driving recommendations 79
Library of indicator and warning lamps 16 Rear seats 58 Starting - Switching off the engine 80
Gauges and indicators 28 Steering wheel adjustment 59 Manual parking brake 82
Touch screen 34 Mirrors 60 5-speed manual gearbox 83
Trip computer 38 Ventilation 62 6-speed manual gearbox 83
Distance recorders 41 Heating 65 5-speed electronic gearbox 84
Setting the date and time 42 Manual air conditioning 65 6-speed electronic gearbox 87
Dual-zone digital air conditioning 67 Automatic gearbox 91
Front demist - defrost 70 Automatic gearbox (EAT6) 95
Rear screen demist - Gear shift indicator 99
defrost 70 Stop & Start 100
Hill start assist 103
Speed limiter 104
Cruise control 106
Memorising speeds 108
Parking sensors 110
Reversing camera 112
Park Assist 113
Contents

Visibility Child safety Checks


Lighting 117 Carrying children 156 Bonnet 234
Headlamp adjustment 124 Deactivating the passenger's front airbag 158 Petrol engines 235
Cornering lighting 125 ISOFIX child seats 165 Diesel engines 236
Wiper controls 126 Child lock 169 Checking levels 237
Lighting dimmer 130 Checks 240
Courtesy lamps 131
Interior mood lighting 132
Panoramic glazed sunroof 133

Technical data
General information 242
Petrol engines 243
Safety Practical information Petrol weights 245
General safety Fuel tank 170 Diesel engines 247
recommendations 134 Misfuel prevention (Diesel) 172 Diesel weights 249
Direction indicators 135 Running out of fuel (Diesel) 174 Dimensions 252
Hazard warning lamps 135 AdBlue ® and SCR system Identification markings 253
Horn 136 (BlueHDi Diesel) 175
Emergency or assistance call 136 Temporary puncture
Under-inflation detection 137 repair kit 183
ESC system 140 Changing a wheel 194 Audio equipment and telematics
Grip control 143 Snow chains 201 Emergency call 254
Active City Brake 145 Changing a bulb 202 Assistance call 255
Front seat belts 149 Changing a fuse 208 7-inch touch screen 257
Airbags 152 12 V battery 214 Audio system / Bluetooth 327
Changing a wiper blade 220 Audio system 347
Towing 221
Towing a trailer 223

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Towbar with quickly detachable towball 225
Fitting roof bars 230 Alphabetical index
Advice on care and maintenance 230
Accessories 231
Overview

Exterior
Remote control key 43-47
- locking/unlocking
the vehicle Wipers 126-129
- locating the vehicle
Changing a wiper blade 129, 219
- guide-me-home lighting
- anti-theft protection Panoramic glazed sunroof 133
- alarm
- battery Roof bars 230 Boot 50
Starting - Switching off the engine 80-81 Accessories 231-232 - opening / closing
- emergency release
Temporary puncture
repair kit 183-193
Lighting 117-123
LED
lamps 121
Daytime running lamps 121 Parking sensors 110-111
Headlamp beam adjustment 124 Reversing camera 112
Cornering lighting 125 Park Assist 113-116
Changing bulbs 202-205 Towbar 223-229
- front lamps Towing 221-222
- foglamps
- direction indicator repeaters
Changing bulbs 206-207
- rear lamps
Door mirrors 60 - 3rd brake lamp
- number plate lamps
- foglamp
Electronic stability - reversing lamp
Doors 48-49 programme (ESC) 140-142
- opening / closing Snow chains 201
- emergency control
Tyre Fuel tank, misfuel
Locking/unlocking from pressures 186, 193, 253
the inside 51 prevention 170-173
Changing a wheel 194-200
Alarm 52-53 - tools
Electric windows 54-55 - removing / refitting

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Overview .
Interior

Boot fittings 75-78 Front seats 56-57


- high load retaining net
- parcel shelf
- boot lamp
- retaining strap
- lashing rings Airbags 152-155
- storage net
- warning triangle

Rear seats 58-59


Interior fittings 71-74
- glove box
- 12 V accessory socket
- USB port / Auxiliary socket
Child seats 156-164 - mats
ISOFIX child seats 165-168 Deactivating the passenger's
Manual child lock 169 front airbag 153, 158
Electric child lock 169

Seat belts 149-151

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Overview

Instruments and controls Touch screen 257-325

Courtesy lamps 131


Interior mood lighting 132
Rear view mirror 61 Bluetooth audio system 327-345
Emergency /
Assistance call 136, 254-255
Audio system 347-358

Dashboard fuses 208-212


Heating, ventilation 65-69
Manual air conditioning 65-66
Dual-zone air conditioning 67-69
Front demisting / defrosting 70
Opening the bonnet 234 Rear screen demisting/
defrosting 70

Glove box fuses 208-209, 212


Door mirrors 60
Electric windows, deactivating 54-55
Manual gearbox 83
5-speed electronic
gearbox 84-86
6-speed electronic
gearbox 87-90
USB port / Auxiliary socket 72-73
Automatic gearbox 91-94
Automatic gearbox
(EAT6) 95-98
Manual parking brake 82 Gear shift
indicator 99
Stop & Start 100-102
Hill start assist 103

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Overview .
Instrument panels 14-15
Warning lamps 16-27 Touch screen 34-37
Trip computer 38-40 Trip computer with
Distance recorders 41 the touch screen 38-39
Setting the date/time 42 Setting the date/time
Indicators 28-33 with the touch screen 42
Gear shift Lighting dimmer
indicator 99 with the touch screen 130
Lighting dimmer 130

Wiper controls 126-129


Parking sensors 110-111
Park Assist 113-116
DSC/ASR system 140
Stop & Start 100-102 Hazard warning lamps 135
Under-inflation detection 137-139 Locking/unlocking
Alarm 52-53 from inside 51
Electric child lock 169

Adjusting the steering wheel 59


Headlamp beam adjustment 124 Horn 136

Grip control 143-144


Lighting controls 117-123
Speed limiter 104-105
Direction indicators 135
Cruise control 106-107
Memorising speeds 108-109

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Overview

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Overview .
Dashboard / centre console
1. Cruise control / speed limiter controls. 10. Side adjustable air vents. 19. Central locking and hazard warning
2. Steering mounted controls for the touch 11. Front side window demisting/defrosting buttons.
screen. vent. 20. Heating / air conditioning controls.
3. Lighting and direction indicator stalk 12. Instrument panel. 21. 12 V accessory socket.
4. Driver's front airbag. 13. Windscreen demisting/defrosting vent. USB port / auxiliary socket.
Horn. 14. Sunshine sensor. 22. Open storage.
5. Wiper / screenwash / trip computer stalk. 15. Glove box / Passenger's front airbag Cup holder.
6. Bonnet release lever. deactivation. 23. Gear selector.
7. Steering wheel adjustment control. 16. Passenger's front airbag. 24. Grip control switch.
8. Headlamp height adjustment. 17. Touch screen / Audio system. 25. Parking brake.
9. Switch panel: 18. Central adjustable air vents. 26. Panoramic sunroof blind opening and
A. Deactivation of rear parking sensors closing control.
or 27. Closed storage compartment.
Activation of Park Assist. 28. Rear 12 V socket.
B. Deactivation of the DSC/ASR system.
C. Deactivation of Stop & Start.
D. Reinitialisation of the under-inflation
detection system (vehicle without touch
screen).
E. Deactivation of volumetric monitoring.
F. Activation of the electric child lock.

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Overview

Maintenance - Technical data


12V battery 214-218
Load reduction,
AdBlue ® and SCR system Running out of fuel, Diesel 174 energy economy mode 219
(BlueHDi Diesel) 175-182 Engine compartment
Checking levels 237-239 fuses 208-209, 213
- oil
- brake fluid
- coolant
Petrol weights 245-246
- screenwash fluid
- additive (Diesel with particle filter) Diesel weights 249-251

Checking components 240-241


- battery
- air / passenger compartment filter
- oil filter
- particle filter (Diesel)
- brake pads / discs

Changing bulbs 202-207


- front
- rear
Identification markings 253
Dimensions 252
Opening the bonnet 234
Under the bonnet, petrol 235
Under the bonnet, Diesel 236
Petrol engines 243-244
Diesel engines 247-248

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Overview .

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Eco-driving

Eco-driving
Eco-driving is a range of everyday practices that allow the motorist to optimise their fuel consumption and CO2 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. by opening the windows and air vents before using the air conditioning.
Above 30 mph (50 km/h), close the windows and leave the air vents
open.
With an automatic or electronic gearbox, give preference to automatic Remember to make use of equipment that can help keep the
mode and avoid pressing the accelerator pedal heavily or suddenly. temperature in the passenger compartment down (sunroof and window
blinds...).
Switch off the air conditioning, unless it has automatic regulation, as
The gear shift indicator invites you to engage the most suitable gear: soon as the desired temperature is attained.
as soon as the indication is displayed in the instrument panel, follow it Switch off the demisting and defrosting controls, if not automatic.
straight away. Switch off the heated seat as soon as possible.
For vehicles fitted with an electronic or automatic gearbox, this
indicator appears only in manual mode.
Switch off the headlamps and front foglamps when the level of light
does not require their use.
Drive smoothly
Avoid running the engine before moving off, particularly in winter; your
Maintain a safe distance between vehicles, use engine braking rather vehicle will warm up much faster while driving.
than the brake pedal, and press the accelerator progressively. These
practices contribute towards a reduction in fuel consumption and
CO2 emissions and also help to reduce the background traffic noise. As a passenger, if you avoid connecting your multimedia devices
(film, music, video game...), you will contribute towards limiting the
consumption of electrical energy, and so of fuel.
If your vehicle has cruise control, make use of the system at speeds Disconnect your portable devices before leaving the vehicle.
above 25 mph (40 km/h) when the traffic is flowing well.

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Eco-driving .

Limit the causes of excess consumption Observe the recommendations on


maintenance
Spread loads throughout the vehicle; place the heaviest items in the Check the tyre pressures regularly, when cold, referring to the label in
bottom of the boot, as close as possible to the rear seats. the door aperture, driver's side.
Limit the loads carried in the vehicle and reduce wind resistance (roof Carry out this check in particular:
bars, roof rack, bicycle carrier, trailer...). Use a roof box in preference. - before a long journey,
Remove roof bars and roof racks after use. - at each change of season,
- after a long period out of use.
Don't forget the spare wheel and the tyres on any trailer or caravan.

At the end of winter, remove snow tyres and refit your summer tyres.

Have your vehicle serviced regularly (engine oil, oil filter, air filter,
passenger compartment filter...) and observe the schedule of
operations recommended in the manufacturer's service schedule.

With a BlueHDi Diesel engine, if the SCR system is faulty your vehicle
becomes polluting; go to a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop
without delay to have the emissions of nitrous oxides brought back to
the legal level.

When refuelling, do not continue after the third cut-off of the nozzle to
avoid any overflow.

At the wheel of your new vehicle, it is only after the first 1 800 miles
(3 000 kilometres) that you will see the fuel consumption settle down to
a consistent average.

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Monitoring

LCD instrument panel

Dials and screens Control buttons


1. Engine coolant temperature 6. Cruise control or speed limiter A. General lighting dimmer.
gauge. settings. B. Recalling the service information.
2. Rev counter (x 1 000 rpm or tr/min), 7. Service indicator, then total distance Resetting the function selected (service
graduation according to engine (petrol recorder (miles or km). indicator or trip distance recorder).
or Diesel). These functions are displayed successively Setting the time.
3. Engine oil level indicator*. on switching on the ignition. Switching the digital speedometer on
4. Gear shift indicator for a manual gearbox 8. Trip distance recorder (miles or km). and off.
or gear lever position and gear for an 9. Analogue speedometer (mph or km/h).
electronic or automatic gearbox. 10. Fuel gauge.
5. Digital speedometer (mph or km/h)
This can be switched off with a long
press on B.

* Depending on version.
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Monitoring

Matrix instrument panel 1

Dials and screens Control buttons


1. Engine coolant temperature 6. Service indicator, then total distance A. Main lighting dimmer.
gauge. recorder (miles or km). B. Instrument panel mood lighting.
2. Rev counter (x 1 000 rpm or tr/min), These functions are displayed successively C. Recall of the service information.
graduation according to engine (petrol on switching on the ignition. Reset the selected function (service
or Diesel). 7. Trip distance recorder (miles or km). indicator or trip distance recorder).
3. Cruise control or speed limiter settings. 8. Analogue speedometer (mph or km/h).
4. Gear shift indicator for a manual gearbox 9. Fuel gauge.
or gear lever position and gear for an
electronic or automatic gearbox.
5. Speedometer (mph or km/h).

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Monitoring

Library of indicator and warning lamps


Indicator and warning lamps
● indicator lamp informing that a system is switched on,
● warning lamp for preventive purposes or for a fault.

When the ignition is switched on Associated warnings Certain warning lamps may come on in
Certain warning lamps come on for a few The illumination of certain warning lamps one of two modes. Only by relating the
seconds in the instrument panel and/or may be accompanied by an audible signal type of lighting to the operating status
instrument panel screen when the vehicle's and a message in the instrument panel or of the vehicle can it be ascertained
ignition is switched on. multifunction screen. whether the situation is normal or
When the engine is started, these same The warning lamps may come on continuously whether a fault has occurred.
warning lamps should go off. (fixed) or flash.
If they remain on, before moving off, refer to the
information in the table on the warning lamp
concerned.

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Monitoring

1
Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations

Left-hand Flashing with audible The lighting stalk has been pushed When changing lane
direction indicator signal. down.

Right-hand Flashing with audible The lighting stalk has been pushed
direction indicator signal. up.

Sidelamps fixed. The lighting stalk is in the


"Sidelamps" position.

Dipped beam fixed. The lighting stalk is in the "Dipped


headlamps beam headlamps" position.

Main beam fixed. The lighting stalk is pulled towards Pull the stalk to return to dipped beam headlamps.
headlamps you.

Front foglamps fixed. The front foglamps are switched on Turn the ring on the lighting control stalk rearward
using the ring on the lighting control once to switch off the front foglamps.
stalk.

Rear foglamp fixed. The rear foglamp has been switched Turn the ring on the lighting control stalk to the rear to
on using the ring on the lighting switch off the rear foglamp.
control stalk.

For more information on the lighting controls, refer to the corresponding section.

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Monitoring

Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations

Diesel engine fixed. The key is at position 2 (ignition on) in Wait until the warning lamp goes off before starting.
pre-heating the ignition switch. The period of illumination of the warning lamp is
determined by the ambient conditions (up to about
30 seconds in very low temperatures).
If the engine does not start, switch the ignition off and
then on, wait until the warning lamp goes off again,
then start the engine.

Parking brake fixed. The parking brake is applied or not Release the parking brake to switch off the warning
properly released. lamp, keeping your foot on the brake pedal.
Observe the safety recommendations.
For more information on the parking brake, refer to the
corresponding section.

Foot on the fixed. The brake pedal must be pressed. With an electronic gearbox, press the brake pedal to
brake pedal start the engine (lever in position N).
With an automatic gearbox, with the engine running,
press the brake pedal before releasing the parking
brake, to unlock the lever and come out of position P.
If you wish to release the parking brake without
pressing the brake pedal, this warning lamp will
remain on.

flashing. With an electronic gearbox, if you Use the brake pedal and/or the parking brake.
hold the vehicle on an incline using
the accelerator for too long, the
clutch overheats.

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Monitoring

Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations 1


Foot on the fixed. In the STOP mode of Stop & Start, You must declutch fully to allow the change to engine
clutch* changing to START mode is refused START mode.
because the clutch pedal is not fully
down.

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.

Stop & Start fixed. When the vehicle stops (red lights, The warning lamp goes off and the engine restarts
traffic jams, ...) the Stop & Start automatically in START mode, as soon as you want to
system has put the engine into STOP move off.
mode.

flashes for a few STOP mode is temporarily For more information on Stop & Start, refer to the
seconds, then goes unavailable. corresponding section.
off. Or
START mode is invoked
automatically.

* Except for the matrix instrument panel.


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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 a message in the screen.

Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations

Passenger's fixed. The control, located in the glove box, Set the control to the ON position to activate the
airbag system is set to the OFF position. passenger's front airbag.
The passenger's front airbag is In this case, do not fit a child seat in the rearward
deactivated. facing position.
You can install a rearward facing
child seat, unless there is a fault with
the operation of the airbags (Airbag
warning lamp on).

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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
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the part of the driver.
Any fault resulting in the illumination of a warning lamp must be investigated further by reading the associated message in the screen.
If you encounter any problems, contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.

Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations

STOP fixed, associated with Major faults have occurred. Stop as soon as it is safe to do so.
another warning lamp. Park, switch off the ignition and call a PEUGEOT
dealer or qualified workshop.

Service fixed, associated with Major faults have occurred. Refer to the section on this warning lamp and you
another warning lamp. must then contact a PEUGEOT dealer or qualified
workshop.

fixed, associated with Faults have occurred for which there Identify the fault by reading the message shown in the
a message is no specific warning lamp. screen (if a display screen is fitted) and refer to the
(if a display screen is corresponding section:
fitted). - engine oil level alert,
- risk of blockage of the particle filter (Diesel),
- Diesel fuel additive level (Diesel with particle
filter).
You must contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
workshop.

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Monitoring

Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations

Braking fixed. The brake fluid level has dropped You must stop as soon as it is safe to do so.
significantly. Top up with brake fluid listed by PEUGEOT.
If the problem persists, have the system checked by a
PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.

+ fixed, associated The electronic brake force distribution You must stop as soon as it is safe to do so.
with the ABS warning (EBFD) system has a fault. Have it checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
lamp. workshop.

Maximum fixed with the needle The temperature of the cooling Stop as soon as it is safe to do so.
coolant in the red zone. system is too high. Wait until the engine has cooled down before topping
temperature up the level, if necessary.
If the problem persists, contact a PEUGEOT dealer or
a qualified workshop.

Anti-lock fixed. The anti-lock braking system has a The vehicle retains conventional braking.
Braking System fault. Drive carefully at reduced speed and contact a
(ABS) PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop without
delay.

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Monitoring

Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations 1


Dynamic flashing. The DSC/ASR regulation is The system optimises traction and improves the
stability control operating. directional stability of the vehicle in the event of loss of
(DSC/ASR) grip or trajectory.

fixed. The DSC/ASR system has a fault. Have the system checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
qualified workshop.

Power steering fixed. The power steering has a fault. Drive carefully at reduced speed.
Have it checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
workshop.

Engine fixed. The emission control system has a The warning lamp should go off when the engine is started.
autodiagnosis fault. If it does not go off, contact a PEUGEOT dealer or qualified
system workshop without delay.

flashing. The engine management system has Risk of destruction of the catalytic converter.
a fault. Have it checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
workshop.

fixed, associated with the A minor engine fault has been Have it checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
SERVICE warning lamp. detected. workshop.

fixed, associated with A major engine fault has been You must stop as soon as it is safe to do so.
the STOP warning detected. Park, switch off the ignition and contact a PEUGEOT
lamp. dealer or a qualified workshop.

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Monitoring

Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations

AdBlue ® fixed, on switching The remaining driving range is Top-up the AdBlue ® as soon as possible: go to a
(BlueHDi Diesel) on the ignition, between 350 miles (600 km) and PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop, or carry out
accompanied by an 1500 miles (2400 km). this operation yourself.
audible signal and a
message indicating the
remaining driving range.

+ flashing, associated The remaining driving range is You must top-up the AdBlue ® to avoid a breakdown:
with the SERVICE between 0 and 350 miles (600 km). go to a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop, or
warning lamp, carry out this operation yourself.
accompanied by an
audible signal and a
message indicating
the remaining driving
range.

flashing, associated The AdBlue ® tank is empty: the To be able to start the engine, you must top-up the
with the SERVICE starting inhibition system required AdBlue ®: go to a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
warning lamp, by legislation prevents starting of the workshop, or carry out this operation yourself.
accompanied by an engine. It is essential to add at least 3.8 litres of AdBlue ® to
audible signal and a the fluid tank
message indicating that
starting is prevented.

For topping-up or for more information on AdBlue ®, refer to the corresponding section.

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Monitoring

Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations 1


SCR emissions fixed, on switching A fault with the SCR emissions This alert disappears once the exhaust emissions
control system on the ignition, control system has been detected. return to normal levels.
+ (BlueHDi Diesel) associated with the
SERVICE and engine
diagnostic warning
+ lamps, accompanied
by an audible signal
and a message.

flashing, on switching After confirmation of the fault with the Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop
on the ignition, emissions control system, you can without delay, to avoid a breakdown.
associated with the drive for up to 650 miles (1 100 km)
SERVICE and engine before the engine starting inhibition
diagnostic warning system is triggered.
lamps, accompanied by
an audible signal and a
message indicating the
remaining driving range.

flashing, on switching You have exceeded the authorised To be able to start the engine, you must call on a
on the ignition, driving limit following confirmation PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.
associated with the of a fault with the emissions control
SERVICE and engine system: the engine starting inhibition
diagnostic warning system prevents starting of the
lamps, accompanied engine.
by an audible signal
and a message.

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Monitoring

Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations

Low fuel level fixed with the needle There remains approximately 5 litres Refuel as soon as possible to avoid running out of
in the red zone. of fuel in the tank. fuel.
At this point, you begin to use the fuel This warning lamp will come on every time the ignition
reserve. is switched on, until a sufficient addition of fuel is
made.
flashing with the There remains very little fuel in the Fuel tank capacity: approximately 50 litres.
needle in the red tank. Never continue to drive until you run out of fuel, as
zone. this could damage the emission control and injection
systems.

Engine oil fixed. There is a fault with the engine You must stop as soon it is safe to do so.
pressure lubrication system. Park, switch off the ignition and contact a PEUGEOT
dealer or a qualified workshop.

Battery charge* fixed. The battery charging circuit has a The warning lamp should go off when the engine is
fault (dirty or loose terminals, slack or started.
cut alternator belt, ...). If it does not go off, contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a
qualified workshop.

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.

+ flashing then fixed, The tyre pressure monitoring system Under-inflation detection is not assured.
accompanied by the has a fault or no sensor is detected Have the system checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
Service warning lamp. on one of the wheels. qualified workshop.

* Depending on the country of sale.


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Monitoring

Warning / indicator lamp State Cause Action / Observations 1


Door(s) open fixed, associated with A door or the boot is still open. Close the door or boot.
a message identifying
the door, if the speed
is below 6 mph
(10 km/h).

fixed, associated with


a message identifying
the door, together with
an audible signal if the
speed is above 6 mph
(10 km/h).

Seat belt(s) fixed or flashing A seat belt has not been fastened or Pull the strap then insert the tongue in the buckle.
not fastened / accompanied by an has been unfastened.
unfastened audible signal.

Airbags on temporarily. This lamp comes on for a few This lamp should go off when the engine is started.
seconds when you turn on the If it does not go off, contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a
ignition, then goes off. qualified workshop.

fixed. One of the airbag or seat belt Have them checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
pretensioner systems has a fault. qualified workshop.

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Monitoring

Gauges and indicators


More than 1 800 miles (3 000 km) Less than 600 miles (1 000 km)
Service indicator remain before the next service is due remain before the next service is due
System which informs the driver when the
When the ignition is switched on, no service Example: 560 miles (900 km) remain before
next service is due, in accordance with the
information appears in the screen. the next service is due.
manufacturer's servicing schedule.
For 7 seconds after the ignition is switched on,
The point at which the service is due is
Between 600 miles (1 000 km) the screen indicates:
calculated from the last reset of the indicator,
and 1 800 miles (3 000 km) remain
according to the mileage covered and the time
before the next service is due
elapsed since the last service.
For BlueHDi Diesel versions, the degree of For 7 seconds after the ignition is switched on, the
deterioration of the engine oil is also taken into spanner symbolising the service operations comes
account. on. The distance recorder display line indicates the
distance remaining before the next service is due.
Example: 1 700 miles (2 800 km) remain before 7 seconds after the ignition is switched on,
the next service is due. the distance recorder resumes its normal
For 7 seconds after the ignition is switched on, the operation. The spanner remains on to
screen indicates: indicate that a service must be carried out
soon.

7 seconds after the ignition is switched on,


the spanner goes off; the distance recorder
resumes its normal operation. The screen then
indicates the total and trip distances.

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Monitoring

Service overdue For BlueHDi Diesel versions, this


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For 7 seconds after the ignition is switched on, the alert is also accompanied by the fixed
spanner flashes to indicate that the service must illumination of the Service warning
be carried out as soon as possible. lamp, when the ignition is switched on.
Example: the service is overdue by 186 miles The distance remaining may be
(300 km). weighted by the time factor, depending
For 7 seconds after the ignition is switched on, the on the driving conditions.
screen indicates: Therefore, the spanner may also come
on if you have exceeded the period
since the last service, indicated in the
warranty and maintenance record.
For BlueHDi Diesel versions, the
spanner can also come on early,
according to the degree of deterioration
7 seconds after the ignition is switched on, of the engine oil. The deterioration
the distance recorder resumes its normal of the engine oil depends on the
operation. The spanner remains on. conditions in which the vehicle is used.

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Resetting the service Retrieving the service


indicator information
You can access the service information at any
time.
F Press the trip distance recorder reset
button.
The service information is displayed for a
few seconds, then disappears.

After each service, the service indicator must


be reset to zero.
If you have carried out the service on your
vehicle yourself:
F switch off the ignition,
F press and hold the trip distance recorder
reset button,
F switch on the ignition; the distance recorder
display begins a countdown,
F when the display indicates "=0", release
the button; the spanner disappears.

If you have to disconnect the battery


following this operation, lock the vehicle
and wait at least 5 minutes for the reset
to be registered.

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Monitoring

Oil level Advice


1
Take care when working under the
Dipstick Checking bonnet, as some parts of the engine
For more information on the underbonnet F Open the bonnet and secure it with the can be very hot (risk of burns) and the
and the engine oil dipstick, refer to the stay. cooling fan can start at any time (even
corresponding section. F Pull the dipstick out and wipe it with a clean with the ignition switched off).
There are 2 marks on the dipstick: cloth. If a level is found to be very low, have
- A = max; never exceed this F Return the dipstick to its tube and then pull the corresponding system checked
level, it out again to check the level against the by a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
- B = min; top up the level via mark. workshop.
the oil filler cap, using the F Return the dipstick to its tube. A check of the engine oil level is only
grade of oil suited to your valid if the vehicle is on level ground
engine. and the engine has been off for at least
Low oil level 30 minutes.
F Identify the engine oil filler cap. Oil grade: the oil used must meet
F Open the filler cap. the specification given in the
F Add engine oil with exceeding mark A. manufacturer's servicing and warranty
F Fit the filler cap. booklet.

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Monitoring

Electronic oil level indicator


The check is done for a few seconds after
switching on the ignition, with a message in the
display or screen (depending on version).
It is only valid if the vehicle is on level ground
Level correct Fault
and the engine has been off for at least
30 minutes. This is indicated by the flashing of "OIL_ _" or
by the display of a dedicated message in the
instrument panel. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer
or a qualified workshop.

It is normal to top-up the engine oil


level between services (or oil changes). Level incorrect
PEUGEOT recommends that you check
This is indicated by the flashing of "OIL" or
the oil level and top-up if necessary,
by the display of a dedicated message in the
every 3 000 miles (5 000 km).
instrument panel.
If the low oil level is confirmed by a check using
the dipstick, the level must be topped up to
avoid damage to the engine.

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Monitoring

Coolant temperature
gauge
1
After driving for a few minutes, the temperature
and pressure in the cooling system increase.
To top up the level:
F wait for the engine to cool,
F unscrew the cap slightly to allow the
pressure to drop,
F when the pressure has dropped, remove
the cap,
F top up the level to the "MAX" mark.

With the engine running, when the needle is:


- in zone A, the temperature is correct,
- in zone B, the temperature is too high; Be aware of the risk of burns when
the maximum temperature and the topping up the cooling system. Do not
central STOP warning lamps come on, fill above the maximum level (indicated
accompanied by an audible signal and a on the header tank).
warning message in the screen.
You MUST stop as soon as it is safe to
do so.
Wait a few minutes before switching off the
engine.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
workshop.

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Monitoring

Touch screen
It gives access to: General operation
- menus for adjusting settings for vehicle
functions and systems, Recommendations Principles
- audio and display configuration menus, It is necessary to press firmly, particularly for Press the "MENU" button for access to the
- audio system and telephone controls and "flick" gestures (scrolling through lists, moving different menus, then press the virtual buttons
the display of associated information. the map...). in the touch screen.
A light wipe is not enough. Each menu is displayed over one or two pages
The screen does not recognise pressing with (primary page and secondary page).
more than one finger.
And, depending on equipment, it allows: This technology allows use at all temperatures Use this button to go to the
- the display of alert messages and the and when wearing gloves. secondary page.
visual parking sensors information, Do not use pointed objects on the touch
- access to the controls for the navigation screen.
system and Internet services, and the Do not touch the touch screen with wet hands. Use this button to return to the
display of associated information. Uses a soft clean cloth to clean the touch primary page.
screen.
After a few moments with no action on
the secondary page, the primary page
is displayed automatically.
For reasons of safety, the driver State of indicator lamps
should only carry out operations Some buttons contain an indicator lamp that Use this button for access to
that require close attention, with the gives the state of the corresponding function. additional information and to the
vehicle stationary. Green indicator: you have switched on the settings for certain functions.
Some functions are not accessible corresponding function.
when driving. Orange indicator: you have switched off the Use this button to confirm.
corresponding function.

Use this button to quit.

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Monitoring

1. Volume / mute.
See the "Audio equipment and telematics" section.

Menus
Press this button for access to the
different menus.

Navigation Radio Media Settings


Depending on trim level, navigation See the "Audio equipment and telematics" section. Allows configuration of the display
can be not available, an option or and the system.
standard. Gives access to interactive help
See the "Audio equipment and for the vehicle's main systems and
telematics" section. warning lamps.

Connected services Telephone Driving


These services can be not available, See the "Audio equipment and telematics" section. Allows access to the trip computer and,
an option or standard. depending on version, the adjustment
See the "Audio equipment and of settings for certain functions.
telematics" section. See the corresponding section.

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Monitoring

"Settings" menu

The functions available through this menu are detailed in the table below.

Button Corresponding function Comments

Audio settings Adjustment of volume, balance...

Turn off screen Turns the screen off.

Color schemes Choice of a color scheme.

Interactive help Access to the interactive user guide.

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.

Screen settings Adjustment of the screen (brightness) and display settings (scrolling of text, animations...)

Calculator

Calendar

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Monitoring

"Driving" menu 1
The functions accessible from this menu are detailed in the table below.

Button Corresponding function Comments

Vehicle settings The functions with settings that can be adjusted are grouped together under these tabs:
- "Driving assistance"
● "Automatic rear wiper in reverse" (Activation of rear wiper coupled to reverse gear; see
the corresponding section)
- "Lighting"
● "Guide-me-home lighting" (Automatic guide me home lighting; see the corresponding
section),
● "LED daytime running lamps" (see the corresponding section),
● "Mood lighting" (Interior mood lighting; see the corresponding section).
Select or deselect the tabs at the bottom of the screen to display the functions required.

Speed settings Memorisation of speeds for use with the speed limiter or cruise control.

Under-inflation initialisation Initialisation of the under-inflation detection system.

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Monitoring

Trip computer
System that gives you information on the current journey (range, fuel consumption…).

Instrument panel
Trip reset
- The current information tab with:
● the range,
● the current fuel consumption,
● the Stop & Start time counter.

- Trip "1" with:


● the average speed,
Information display ● the average fuel consumption,
● the distance travelled,
for the first trip. F When the trip required is displayed, press
the control for more than two seconds
- Trip "2" with: or use the left hand thumb wheel of the
● the average speed, steering mounted controls.
● the average fuel consumption, Trips "1" and "2" are independent but their use
● the distance travelled, is identical.
for the second trip. For example, trip "1" can be used for daily
figures, and trip "2" for monthly figures.

F Press the button on the end of the wiper


control stalk to display the various tabs in
succession.

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Monitoring

1
Touch screen
Information display Trip reset
- The current fuel consumption tab
with:
● the range,
● the current fuel consumption,
● the Stop & Start time counter.

- The trip "1" tab with:


● the distance travelled,
● the average fuel consumption,
● the average speed,
F Press the MENU button for for the first trip. F When the desired trip is
access to the different menus. displayed, press the reset
button.

F Select the "Driving" menu to - The trip "2" tab with: Trips "1" and "2" are independent but their use
display the various tabs. ● the distance travelled, is identical.
● the average fuel consumption, For example, trip "1" can be used for daily
● the average speed, figures, and trip "2" for monthly figures.
F Select the desired tab using your finger. for the second trip.

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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 reset.
in the tank (related to the
average fuel consumption over
the last few miles (kilometres)
travelled).
This function is only displayed from
20 mph (30 km/h).

This value may vary following a change


in the style of driving or the relief,
resulting in a significant change in the Average fuel consumption Stop & Start time
current fuel consumption. (mpg or l/100 km or km/l) counter
Calculated since the last trip reset. (minutes / seconds or hours /
minutes)
When the range falls below 20 miles (30 km), If your vehicle is fitted with Stop & Start, a time
dashes are displayed. After filling with at least counter calculates the time spent in STOP
5 litres of fuel, the range is recalculated and is mode during a journey.
displayed when it exceeds 60 miles (100 km). It resets to zero every time the ignition is
switched on with the key.

If dashes are displayed continuously


Average speed
while driving in place of the digits, (mph or km/h)
contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a Calculated since the last trip reset.
qualified workshop.

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Monitoring

Distance recorders
Odometer Trip recorder
1

System that measures the total distance System that measures the distance travelled
travelled by the vehicle during its life. (daily, for example) since it was last reset by
The total distance is displayed in zone A of the the driver.
instrument panel screen. The trip recorder is displayed in zone B of the
instrument panel screen.

Resetting the trip


recorder

With the trip mileage displayed, press this


button for a few seconds.
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Monitoring

Setting the date and time


Instrument panel Touch screen
Select "Adjust time" or "Adjust date".

F Each press of this button moves between


the following settings:
- hours, Press the MENU button for access to
- minutes, the different menus. Modify the setting using the virtual
- 12 or 24 hour format. keypad then press on "Confirm".

Press on "Confirm" to save the


Select the "Settings" menu. modifications and quit the menu.

Display the secondary page.

In the secondary page select "Time/


Date".

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Access

Remote control key


System for the central unlocking or locking
of the vehicle using the door lock or from a
distance.
It is also used to locate and start the vehicle, as
Unfolding the key Unlocking the vehicle
Using the key
2
well as providing protection against theft.

F Press this button to unfold the key. F Turn the key in the driver's door lock
towards the front of the vehicle to unlock it.

Using the remote control


F Press the open padlock to unlock
A. Unfolding / Folding.
the vehicle.
B. Unlocking.
Disarming the alarm.
C. Locking. Unlocking is confirmed by rapid
Locating the vehicle. flashing of the direction indicators for
Arming the alarm. approximately 2 seconds.
D. Guide-me-home lighting. According to version, the door mirrors
unfold at the same time.
Unlocking with the key does not
deactivate the alarm.

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Access

Locking the vehicle


Using the key Locking is confirmed by fixed If one of the doors or the boot is still
lighting of the direction indicators for open or if an electronic key has been
approximately 2 seconds. left inside the vehicle, the central
According to version, the door mirrors locking does not take place.
fold at the same time. When the vehicle is locked, if it is
unlocked inadvertently, it will lock
itself again automatically after about
30 seconds unless a door is opened.

When the key is in the ignition switch,


its locking/unlocking functions are
As a safety measure (children on
deactivated.
F Turn the key in the driver's door lock board), never leave the vehicle without
The folding and unfolding of the door
towards the rear to lock the vehicle. taking your key, even for a short period.
mirrors by the remote control can be
deactivated by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
qualified workshop.
Using the remote control
F Press the closed padlock to lock
the vehicle.

Maintaining the locking action (key or remote


control) automatically closes the windows.

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Access

Folding the key Locating your vehicle


F A press switches on the vehicle's
lighting and flashes the direction
Electronic engine immobiliser

The original key contains a coded electronic


2
indicators for a few seconds to chip. When the ignition is switched on, starting
help you locate your vehicle in a is only possible if the code is detected and
car park. recognised.
This protection against theft locks the engine
management system a few moments after the
ignition is switched off and prevents starting of
the engine following a break-in.

Guide-me-home
F Press this button before folding the key. lighting In the event of a fault, you are
informed by illumination of the
Make a long press on this button to warning lamp, an audible signal and
operate the guide-me-home lighting the display of a message.
If you do not press the button when
(switching on the sidelamps, dipped In this case, your vehicle will not start; contact
folding the key, there is a risk of
beams and number plate lamps). a PEUGEOT dealer as soon as possible.
damage to the mechanism.

A second press before the end of the timed Advice


period cancels the guide-me-home lighting.
Keep away from your vehicle, the
label attached to the keys given to you
on acquisition of the vehicle. It will
help in finding the original code for
replacement of the key.

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Access

Remote control problem


Following disconnection of the vehicle battery, Changing the battery
replacement of the remote control battery or
in the event of a remote control malfunction, Do not throw the remote control
you can no longer unlock, lock or locate your batteries away, they contain metals
vehicle. which are harmful to the environment.
F First of all, use the key in the lock to unlock Take them to an approved collection
or lock your vehicle. point.
F Then, reinitialise the remote control.
If the problem persists, contact a PEUGEOT
dealer as soon as possible.

Battery ref.: CR1620 / 3 volts.


If the battery is flat, you are informed
by lighting of this warning lamp in the
instrument panel, an audible signal
and a message in the screen.
F Unclip the cover using a screwdriver in the
cutout.
F Remove the cover.
F Extract the flat battery from its location.
Reinitialisation
F Place the new battery into its location
F Switch off the ignition. observing the original direction.
F Turn the key to position 2 (Ignition). F Clip the cover in place.
F Press the closed padlock immediately for a
few seconds.
F Switch off the ignition and remove the key
from the ignition switch.
The remote control is fully operational again.

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Access

Lost keys
Go to a PEUGEOT dealer with the vehicle's registration document, your personal identification documents and if possible the key code label.
The PEUGEOT dealer will be able to look up the key code and the transponder code required to order a new key.
2
Remote control
The high frequency remote control is a sensitive system; do not operate it while it is in your pocket as there is a possibility that it may unlock the
vehicle, without you being aware of it.
Do not repeatedly press the buttons of your remote control out of range and out of sight of your vehicle. You run the risk of stopping it from
working and the remote control would have to be reinitialised.
No remote control can operate when the key is in the ignition switch, even when the ignition is switched off, except for reinitialisation.

Anti-theft protection
Do not make any modifications to the electronic engine immobiliser system; this could cause malfunctions.

Locked vehicle
Driving with the doors locked may make access to the passenger compartment by the emergency services more difficult in an emergency.
As a safety precaution, never leave children alone in the vehicle, except for a very short period.
In all cases, it is essential to remove the key from the ignition switch when leaving the vehicle.

Second-hand vehicle
Have the pairing of all of the keys in your possession checked by a PEUGEOT dealer, to ensure that only your keys can be used to open and
start the vehicle.

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Access

Doors
Opening Closing
F Push or pull the door to close it.
From outside From inside
When one of the doors is not properly closed:

- with the engine running,


this warning lamp comes on,
accompanied by the display of an
alert message for a few seconds,

- when driving (speed above 6 mph


(10 km/h)), this warning lamp comes on,
accompanied by an audible signal and
the display of an alert message for a
few seconds.
F After unlocking the vehicle using the F Pull the interior control lever of a front door;
remote control or the key, pull the door this unlocks the vehicle completely.
handle.

The interior opening control on a rear The interior door controls do not
door does not work if the child lock operate when the vehicle is deadlocked.
is on.
For more information on the child lock,
refer to the corresponding section.

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Access

Back-up control
For mechanically locking and unlocking the
doors in the event of a fault with the central
Driver's door Passenger doors 2
locking system or a battery failure.

In the event of a fault with the central


locking, it is essential to disconnect the
battery to lock the boot and so assure
the complete locking of the vehicle.

Insert the key in the lock to lock or unlock Locking


the door.
F On the rear doors, check that the child lock
is not on.
F Remove the black cap located on the edge
of the door, using the key.
F Insert the key into the aperture without
forcing, then without turning, move the
latch sideways towards the inside of the
door.
F Remove the key and refit the cap.

Unlocking
F Pull the interior door lever.

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Access

Boot
Opening Closing Tailgate release
F Lower the tailgate using the interior grab System for mechanical unlocking of the boot in
handle. the event of a central locking malfunction.
F If necessary, press down on the tailgate to
fully close it.

If the tailgate is not closed correctly:


- when the engine is running,
this warning lamp comes on,
accompanied by the display of an
alert message for a few seconds,
- when the vehicle is moving (speed above
F After unlocking the boot or the vehicle 6 mph (10 km/h)), this warning lamp comes
using the remote control or the key, press on, accompanied by an audible signal
the opening control, then raise the tailgate. and the display of an alert message for a
few seconds.
Unlocking
F Fold back the rear seats to gain access to
the lock from inside the boot.
F Insert a small screwdriver into hole A of the
lock to unlock the tailgate.

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Locking / unlocking from the inside


2

F Press the button to lock (the indicator lamp Automatic central locking of the
If one of the doors is open, the doors
in the button comes on) or unlock (the
are not locked. doors
indicator lamp in the button goes off) the
The doors can lock automatically while driving
doors and boot from inside.
(speed above 6 mph (10 km/h)).
To turn this function on or off (on by default).
When one of the doors is not properly closed:
When locking / deadlocking from F press and hold the button until there is
- with the engine running, outside an audible signal and/or a message in
this warning lamp comes on, When the vehicle is locked or the screen.
accompanied by the display of an deadlocked from outside, the switch
alert message for a few seconds, does not operate.
- when driving (speed above 6 mph F After normal locking, pull the
(10 km/h)), this warning lamp comes on, interior door lever to unlock
accompanied by an audible signal and the vehicle. Driving with the doors locked may make
the display of an alert message for a F After deadlocking, you have to use access to the passenger compartment
few seconds. the remote control or the key to by the emergency services more
unlock the vehicle. difficult in an emergency.

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Alarm
After the locking button on the remote control
Self-protection function is pressed, the exterior perimeter monitoring
The system checks for the putting out of is activated after a delay of 5 seconds and the
service of its components. interior volumetric monitoring after a delay of
The alarm is triggered if the battery, the 45 seconds.
central control or the wires of the siren If an opening (door, boot...) is not closed
are put out of service or damaged. fully, the vehicle is not locked but the exterior
perimeter monitoring will be activated after a
For all work on the alarm system, delay of 45 seconds at the same time as the
contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a interior volumetric monitoring.
qualified workshop.

System which protects and provides a deterrent


against theft and break-ins. It provides the
following types of monitoring: Locking the vehicle with full
alarm system
- Exterior perimeter Activation Deactivation
The system checks for opening of the vehicle. F Switch off the ignition and get out of the vehicle.
The alarm is triggered if anyone tries to open a
F Press the locking button on the F Press the unlocking button on
door, the boot, the bonnet...
remote control. the remote control.

- Interior volumetric
The system checks for any variation in the The monitoring system is active: the The alarm system is deactivated: the
volume in the passenger compartment. indicator lamp in the button flashes indicator lamp in the button goes off.
The alarm is triggered if anyone breaks a once per second.
window, enters the passenger compartment or
moves inside the vehicle.

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Locking the vehicle


with exterior perimeter
monitoring only
Reactivating the interior
volumetric monitoring
F Press the unlocking button on
Remote control fault
To deactivate the monitoring functions:
F Unlock the vehicle using the key in the
2
the remote control to deactivate driver's door lock.
Deactivate the interior volumetric monitoring
the exterior perimeter monitoring. F Open the door; the alarm is triggered.
to avoid unwanted triggering of the alarm in
certain cases such as: F Switch on the ignition; the alarm stops. The
indicator lamp in the button goes off.
- leaving a pet in the vehicle, F Press the locking button on the
- leaving a window partially open, remote control to activate all the Locking the vehicle without
- washing your vehicle. monitoring functions.
activating the alarm
F Lock or deadlock the vehicle using the key
Deactivating the interior The indicator lamp in the button in the driver's door lock.
volumetric monitoring again flashes once per second.

F Switch off the ignition. Malfunction


F Within 10 seconds, press the
When the ignition is switched on, fixed
button until the indicator lamp is Triggering of the alarm illumination of the indicator lamp in the button
on continuously. This is indicated by sounding of the siren indicates a malfunction of the system.
F Get out of the vehicle. and flashing of the direction indicators for Have it checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
F Press the locking button on the 30 seconds. qualified workshop.
remote control immediately. The monitoring functions remain active until
the alarm has been triggered eleven times in Automatic activation*
succession. 2 minutes after the last door or the boot is
The exterior perimeter monitoring alone is
activated: the indicator lamp in the button When the vehicle is unlocked using closed, the system is activated automatically.
flashes once per second. the remote control, rapid flashing F To avoid triggering the alarm on entering
of the indicator lamp in the button the vehicle, first press the unlocking button
To be effective, this deactivation must informs you that the alarm was on the remote control.
be carried out each time the ignition is triggered during your absence. When the
switched off. ignition is switched on, this flashing stops
immediately. * Depending on the country of sale.
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Electric windows
Manual operation Safety anti-pinch
To open or close the window, press or pull the (depending on version)
switch gently. The window stops as soon as the When the window rises and meets an obstacle,
switch is released. it stops and immediately partially lowers again.
In the event of unwanted opening of the window
when closing automatically, press the switch
until the window opens completely, then pull
Automatic one-touch the switch immediately until the window closes.
operation Continue to hold the switch for approximately
one second after the window has closed.
(depending on version) The safety anti-pinch function is not active
1. Left hand front electric window. To open or close the window, press or pull during this operation.
2. Right hand front electric window. the switch fully: the window opens or closes
3. Right hand rear electric window. completely when the switch is released.
4. Left hand rear electric window. Pressing the switch again stops the movement
5. Deactivating the rear electric window of the window.
switches. The electric window switches remain
operational for approximately one minute after Deactivating the rear
the key has been removed.
Once this time has elapsed, the electric
window controls
windows will not operate. To reactivate them,
switch the ignition on again. For the safety of your children,
press switch 5 to prevent operation
of the windows of the rear doors,
irrespective of their position.

With the warning lamp on, the rear switches


are deactivated. With the warning lamp off, the
switches are active.

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Reinitialising the electric


windows
Following reconnection of the battery, the
2
Always remove the key when leaving the
safety anti-pinch function must be reinitialised.
vehicle, even for a short time.
The safety anti-pinch is not active during these
In the event of contact during operation
operations:
of the windows, you must reverse the
- lower the window completely, then raise
movement of the window. To do this,
it, it will rise in steps of a few centimetres
press the switch concerned.
each time the switch is pressed. Repeat
When operating the passenger electric
the operation until the window closes
window switches, the driver must ensure
completely,
that no one is preventing correct closing
- press and hold the switch upwards for
of the windows.
at least one second after reaching this
The driver must ensure that the
position, window closed.
passengers use the electric windows
correctly.
Be aware of children when operating
the windows.

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Comfort

Front seats
As a safety measure, seat adjustments should only be carried out when stationary.

Forwards-backwards Height Backrest

F Raise the control and slide the seat F Pull the control upwards to raise or push F Push the control rearwards.
forwards or backwards. it downwards to lower, as many times as
required, to obtain the position required.

Before moving the seat backwards, ensure that there is nothing that might prevent the full travel of the seat, so as to avoid the risk of jamming
the seat caused by the presence of objects on the floor behind the seat or rear passengers. If the seat jams, stop the movement immediately.

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Head restraints Heated seats

F To raise the head restraint, pull it upwards. With the engine running, the front seats can be
The head restraint has a frame with
F To remove the head restraint, press the heated separately.
notches which prevent it from lowering;
lug A and pull the head restraint upwards. F Use the adjustment dial, placed on the side
this is a safety device in case of impact.
F To put the head restraint back in place, of each front seat, to switch on and select
The adjustment is correct when the
engage the head restraint stems in the the level of heating required:
upper edge of the head restraint is
openings, keeping them in line with the 0: Off.
level with the top of the head.
seat back. 1: Low.
Never drive with the head restraints
F To lower the head restraint, press the lug A 2: Medium.
removed; they must be in place and
and the head restraint at the same time. 3: High.
adjusted correctly.

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Comfort

Rear seats
Bench seat with fixed one-piece cushion and split backrest (left hand 2/3, right hand 1/3) which can be folded individually to adapt the load space in the boot.

Folding the backrest Repositioning the seat backrest

F Move the corresponding front seat forward F Press control 1 to release the seat F Straighten the seat backrest 2 and
if necessary. backrest 2. secure it.
F Check that the corresponding outer seat F Fold the seat backrest 2 on to the F Check that the red indicator, located next to
belt is positioned correctly against the cushion 3. the control 1, is no longer visible.
backrest and buckle it. F Unbuckle and reposition the outer seat belt
F Place the head restraints in the low on the side of the backrest.
position.

When folding the seat, the centre seat The seat backrest alone can be folded When repositioning the seat backrest,
belt should not be fastened, but laid out to increase the boot loading space. The take care not to trap the seat belts.
flat on the seat. rear seat cushion does not fold.

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Comfort

Steering wheel adjustment


Head restraints PEUGEOT i-Cockpit

These have one position for use (up) and a F When stationary, pull the control lever to Before taking to the road and to make the most
stowed position (down). release the adjustment mechanism. of the special ergonomics of the PEUGEOT
They can be removed and are interchangeable F Adjust the height and reach to suit your i-Cockpit, carry out these adjustments in the
side to side. driving position. following order:
To remove a head restraint: F Push the control lever to lock the - height of the head restraint,
F pull the head restraint fully up, adjustment mechanism. - backrest angle,
F then, press the lug A. - cushion height,
- longitudinal position of the seat,
- reach and then height of the steering
wheel,
- the interior and door mirrors.

Never drive with the head restraints As a safety measure, these operations Once these adjustments have been made,
removed; they must be in place and should only be carried out with the ensure that you can see the "head-up" instrument
correctly adjusted. vehicle stationary. panel clearly from your driving position, over the
reduced diameter steering wheel.

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Comfort

Mirrors
Door mirrors
Each fitted with an adjustable mirror glass Folding
providing the lateral rearward vision necessary
- Automatic: lock the vehicle using the
for overtaking or parking. They can also be
remote control or the key.
folded for parking in confined spaces.
- Manual: with the ignition on, pull control A
rearwards.

If the mirrors are folded using control A,


As a safety measure, the mirrors should
they will not unfold when the vehicle is
be adjusted to reduce the "blind spots".
unlocked. Pull again on control A.

Demisting - Defrosting Adjustment Unfolding


Demisting-defrosting of the door F Move control A to the right or to the left to - Automatic: unlock the vehicle using the
mirrors operates with the engine select the corresponding mirror. remote control or the key.
running, by switching on the heated F Move control B in all four directions to - Manual: with the ignition on, pull control A
rear screen. adjust. rearwards.
F Return control A to the central position.
For more information on demisting and The folding and unfolding of the door
defrosting the rear screen, refer to the mirrors using the remote control can be
corresponding section. deactivated by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
qualified workshop.
Fold the mirrors when putting your
The objects observed are, in reality,
vehicle through an automatic car wash.
closer than they appear.
Take this into account when assessing
the distance of vehicles approaching If necessary, it is possible to fold the
from behind. mirrors manually.

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Comfort

Rear view mirror

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Equipped with an anti-dazzle system, which darkens the mirror glass and reduces the nuisance to
the driver caused by the sun, headlamps from other vehicles...

Manual model Automatic "electrochrome"


model

Adjustment This system automatically and progressively


F Adjust the mirror so that the glass is changes between the day and night uses by
directed correctly in the "day" position. means of a sensor, which measures the light
from the rear of the vehicle.
Day / night position
F Pull the lever to change to the "night" anti-
dazzle position.
F Push the lever to change to the normal
In order to ensure optimum visibility
"day" position.
during your manoeuvres, the mirror
lightens automatically when reverse
gear is engaged.

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Comfort

Ventilation
Air intake
The air circulating in the passenger compartment
is filtered and originates either from the outside via
the grille located at the base of the windscreen or
from the inside in air recirculation mode.

Air intake flow


The incoming air follows various paths
depending on the controls selected by the
driver:
- direct arrival in the passenger
compartment (air intake),
- passage through a heating circuit (heating),
- passage through a cooling circuit (air
conditioning).

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. 4. Central adjustable air vents.
2. Front side window demisting-defrosting 5. Air outlets to the front footwells.
vents. 6. Air outlets to the rear footwells.
3. Side adjustable air vents.

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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,

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guidelines below: the interior temperature is very high, first
F 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.
as the air extractor located in the boot. Put the air flow control at a setting high
F Do not cover the sunshine sensor, located on the dashboard; this is used for regulation enough to quickly change the air in the
of the air conditioning system. passenger compartment.
F Operate the air conditioning system for at least 5 to 10 minutes, once or twice a month The air conditioning system does not
to keep it in perfect working order. contain chlorine and does not present
F Ensure that the passenger compartment filter is in good condition and have the filter any danger to the ozone layer.
elements replaced regularly.
We recommend the use of a combined passenger compartment filter. Thanks to its
special active additive, it contributes to the purification of the air breathed by the
The condensation created by the air
occupants and the cleanliness of the passenger compartment (reduction of allergic
conditioning results in a discharge
symptoms, bad odours and greasy deposits).
of water under the vehicle which is
F To ensure correct operation of the air conditioning system, you are also advised to have
perfectly normal.
it checked regularly as recommended in the warranty and maintenance record.
F If the system does not produce cold air, switch it off and contact a PEUGEOT dealer or
a qualified workshop.
When towing the maximum load on a steep gradient in high temperatures, switching off the
air conditioning increases the available engine power and so improves the towing ability.

Stop & Start


The heating and air conditioning systems only work when the engine is running.
To maintain a comfortable temperature in the passenger compartment, you can temporarily
deactivate the Stop & Start system.
For more information on Stop & Start, refer to the corresponding section.

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Comfort

Suggested interior settings

Heating or Manual air conditioning

I require... Recirculation of interior air /


Air distribution Air flow Temperature Manual AC
Intake of exterior air

HOT

COLD

DEMISTING
DEFROSTING

Digital air conditioning: use the automatic mode in preference by pressing the "AUTO" button.

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Comfort

Heating / Ventilation Manual air conditioning


Manual mode

1. Temperature adjustment. Temperature Air flow


2. Air flow adjustment.
3. Air distribution adjustment. F Turn the knob from blue F Turn the knob from position 1 to
4. Air intake/ air recirculation. (cold) to red (hot) to adjust the position 6, to obtain the desired
5. Air conditioning On / Off. temperature to your wishes. air flow.

If you place the air flow control at


position 0 (off), the temperature in the
vehicle will no longer be maintained.
However, a slight flow of air can still be
felt due to the movement of the vehicle.

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Comfort

Air distribution Air intake / Air recirculation Air conditioning On / Off


Recirculation of the air in the vehicle isolates
Windscreen and side windows. the passenger compartment from exterior The air conditioning is designed to
odours and fumes. operate effectively in all seasons,
Return to the intake of exterior air as soon as with the windows closed.
possible to avoid the risk of deterioration of air
Windscreen, side windows and It enables you to:
quality and misting.
footwells. - lower the temperature, in summer,
- increase the effectiveness of the demisting
in winter, above 3 °C.
F Press the button to recirculate
Footwells. the interior air: the indicator lamp Switching on
is on.
F Press the "A/C" button, the button's
indicator lamp comes on.
F Press the button again to allow the intake
Centre and side air vents. of exterior air: the indicator lamp is off. The air conditioning does not operate
when the air flow adjustment control is
in position "0".

The air distribution can be To obtain cooled air more quickly, you can use
modulated by placing the knob at an recirculation of interior air for a few moments.
intermediate position. Then return to fresh air intake.

Switching off
F Press the "A/C" button again, the button's
indicator lamp goes off.
Switching off may affect comfort levels
(humidity, condensation).

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Comfort

Dual-zone digital air conditioning


AUTO mode

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When the engine is cold, the air flow will
only reach its optimum level gradually
to prevent too great a distribution of
cold air.
In cold weather, it favours the
distribution of warm air to the
windscreen, the side windows and the
footwells only.

Provides soft and quiet operation by


limiting air flow.
1. Automatic comfort programme. Automatic programme
2. Temperature adjustment on driver's side.
3. Temperature adjustment on passenger's Three modes allow the driver and front
side. passenger to adjust the system to suit their Offers the best compromise between
4. Automatic visibility programme. individual requirements. a comfortable temperature and quiet
5. Air conditioning On/Off. operation.
6. Air distribution adjustment.
Switching on Provides strong and effective air flow.
7. Air flow adjustment.
8. Air intake/ Air recirculation. F Press the "AUTO" button
repeatedly. The indicator lamp
comes on at the first press; the
mode activated appears in the Switching off
digital air conditioning screen:
F Press the "empty fan" air flow
button until the fan symbol
disappears.

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Comfort

Auto - Visibility programme Air conditioning


Switching on
Temperature The air conditioning is designed to operate
F Press the "visibility" button for efficiently in all seasons, with the windows
Adjustment faster demisting or defrosting closed.
of the windscreen and side It allows you:
The driver and front passenger can each set windows. - in summer, to lower the temperature,
the temperature to suit their requirements. - in winter, above 3 °C, to improve demisting.
The system automatically manages the air
The value indicated in the screen corresponds
conditioning, and the air intake, flow and
to a level of comfort and not to a temperature in
distribution to the windscreen and side
degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit. Switching on
windows to the best effect.
F Press the "A/C" button, the
Switching off
F Push the button down (blue) to associated indicator lamp comes
F Press the "visibility" button on.
reduce the value or up (red) to
again or the "AUTO" button, the
increase it. The air conditioning cannot operate when the
indicator lamp in the button goes
air flow is set to off.
off and the indicator lamp in the
"AUTO" button comes on.
A setting around 21 enables you to obtain an
optimum level of comfort. Depending on your Switching off
requirements, a setting between 18 and 24 is usual. The system reverts to the previous settings
In addition, it is recommended that you avoid a left/ used. F Press the "A/C" button again; the
right setting difference of more than 3. associated indicator lamp goes
F Press the "AUTO" button again off.
On entering the vehicle, if the interior to return to the automatic comfort
temperature is much colder or warmer programme.
than the comfort value, there is no need
For maximum cooling or heating of
to alter the value displayed in order to
the passenger compartment, you can
obtain the required level of comfort.
exceed the minimum value of 14 or Switching off may cause some
The system corrects the temperature
the maximum value of 28. problems (humidity, misting).
difference automatically and as quickly
F Push the button down until "LO"
as possible.
is displayed or up until "HI" is
displayed.
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Comfort

Air distribution Air intake/Air recirculation Manual mode


F Press this button several times in Switching on Depending on your requirements, you can
succession to direct the air flow make a different selection from that offered by

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in turn towards: F Press this button to recirculate the system by changing a setting. The other
- the windscreen, the side the interior air. The indicator functions will still be controlled automatically.
windows and the footwells, lamp in the button comes on and
When you modify a setting, the indicator lamp
- the windscreen and side the air recirculation symbol is
in the "AUTO" button goes off.
windows (demisting or displayed.
defrosting),
Air recirculation prevents exterior odours
- the central and side vents,
and fumes from entering the passenger
- the central vents, the side Switching the system off
compartment. It is activated automatically when
vents and the footwells,
operating the screenwash. F Press the "empty fan" air flow
- the footwells.
button until the fan symbol
Switching off disappears and "---" appears.

F As soon as possible, press this button


again to permit the intake of exterior air and This action switches off all of the functions of the
prevent misting. The indicator lamp in the air conditioning system.
The temperature is no longer maintained at a
Air flow button goes off.
comfortable level. However, a slight flow of air, due
to the movement of the vehicle, can still be felt.
F Press this "full fan" button to Avoid prolonged operation in interior air
increase the air flow. recirculation mode (risk of misting and Avoid driving for too long with the
of deterioration of the air quality). system switched off (risk of misting and
The air flow symbol (a fan) appears in the of deterioration of the air quality).
screen. It is filled in progressively in relation to
the value required.
Pressing the "full fan" button
F Press this "empty fan" button to
reactivates the system with the
reduce the air flow.
settings prior to deactivation.

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Comfort

Front demist - defrost Rear screen


These markings on the control panel indicate the control positions for rapid demisting or
defrosting of the windscreen and side windows.
demist -
defrost
Manual air conditioning Dual-zone digital air The control button is located on the
conditioning air conditioning system control panel.

Switching on Auto - Visibility programme


Switching on
F Put the air flow, temperature and Switching on
The rear screen demisting/defrosting can only
distribution controls to the dedicated
F Press the "visibility" button to operate when the engine is running.
marked position.
demist or defrost the windscreen F Press this button to demist/defrost the
and side windows as quickly as rear screen and (depending on version)
F Press the "A/C" button for air possible. the door mirrors. The indicator lamp
conditioning; the indicator lamp in associated with the button comes on.
the button comes on. The system automatically manages the air
conditioning, air flow and air intake, and Switching off
provides optimum distribution towards the The demisting/defrosting switches off automatically
Switching off windscreen and side windows. to prevent an excessive consumption of current.
F It is possible to stop the demisting/defrosting
F Press the "A/C" button again; Switching off operation before it is switched off automatically
the indicator lamp in the button
F Press the "visibility" button by pressing the button again. The indicator
goes off.
again or on "AUTO"; the indicator lamp associated with the button goes off.
lamp in the button goes off and
the indicator lamp in the "AUTO" F Switch off the demisting/defrosting
button comes on. of the rear screen and door mirrors
as soon as appropriate, as lower
With Stop & Start, when demisting has current consumption results in
been activated, the STOP mode is not The system reverts to the previous settings. reduced fuel consumption.
available.

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Fittings

Interior fittings

1. Glove box
(see details on the following page)

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2. Open storage compartment (depending
on version)
3. 12 V accessory socket (120 W)
Observe the maximum power rating to
avoid damaging your accessory.
(see details on following pages)
4. USB port / Auxiliary socket
(see details on following pages)
5. Open storage compartments
6. Cup holder
7. Closed storage compartment or armrest
(depending on version)
(see details on following pages)
8. Door pockets

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Fittings

Glove box 12 V socket Front armrest

It has dedicated locations for storing a water F To connect a 12 V accessory (maximum (depending on version)
bottle, the vehicle's handbook pack... power: 120 Watts), lift the cover and The armrest can be inclined forward for your
Its lid has locations for a pair of glasses... connect a suitable adaptor. comfort or folded fully back.
F To open the glove box, raise the handle.

Do not exceed the maximum power


rating of the socket (otherwise there is a
risk of damaging your portable device).

It houses the front passenger airbag The connection of an electrical device


deactivation switch A. not approved by PEUGEOT, such as a
USB charger, may adversely affect the
operation of vehicle electrical systems,
causing faults such as poor telephone
If the vehicle is fitted with air conditioning, it reception or interference with displays
provides access to the ventilation nozzle B, in the screens.
distributing the same conditioned air as the
vents in the passenger compartment.

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Fittings

USB port / Jack auxiliary socket

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This connection box, consisting of an USB port When the USB port is used, the portable device
and a JACK auxiliary socket is located on the charges automatically.
centre console. While charging, a message is displayed if the
It allows the connection of portable device, current drawn by the portable device exceeds
such as a digital audio player of the iPod ® type the power rating of the vehicle's port.
or a USB memory stick.
It reads the audio files which are transmitted to
your audio system and played via the vehicle's
speakers. For more information on the use of this
You can manage these files using the steering system, refer to the "Audio equipment
mounted controls or the audio system control and telematics" section.
panel and display them in the instrument panel
screen.

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Fittings

Mats
Removable carpet protection.

Removal Refitting
To refit the mat on the driver's side:
F position the mat correctly,
F refit the fixings by pressing,
F check that the mat is secured correctly.

To avoid any risk of jamming of the


pedals:
- only use mats which are suited to
To remove the mat on the driver's side: the fixings already present in the
F move the seat as far back as possible, vehicle; these fixings must be used,
F unclip the fixings, - never fit one mat on top of another.
F remove the mat. The use of mats not approved by
PEUGEOT may interfere with access to
the pedals and hinder the operation of
the cruise control / speed limiter.

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Fittings

Boot fittings
1. High load retaining net (depending on
version)
(see following page for details)
2. Luggage cover
(see following page for details)

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3. Boot lamp
4. Retaining strap
5. Stowing rings (depending on version)
6. Retaining net

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Fittings

High load retaining net

To use it in row 1: To use it in row 2:


F open the covers of the upper fixings 1, F fold or remove the load space cover,
F unroll the high load retaining net, F open the covers of the upper fixings 2,
F position one of the ends of the net's metal F unroll the high load retaining net,
bar in the corresponding upper fixing 1, F position one of the ends of the net's metal
then do the same with the other end, bar in the corresponding upper fixing 2,
F slacken the straps fully, then do the same with the other end,
Hooked onto the upper fixings and onto the
F fix the snap hook of each of the straps on F attach the hook of each of the net's straps
lower rings or the lugs, this permits use of the
the corresponding lug 3, located under the in the corresponding lower ring 4,
entire loading volume up to the roof:
bench seat cushion, F tighten the straps,
- behind the rear seats (row 2),
F fold the rear seats, F check that the net is hooked and tightened
- behind the front seats (row 1) when the rear
F tighten the straps without raising the correctly.
seats are folded.
bench seat,
F check that the net is hooked and tightened
When positioning the net, check that correctly.
the strap loops are visible from the
boot; this will make slackening or Never use the ISOFIX ring intended for
tightening easier. fixing the upper strap of child seat to the
Top Tether.

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Fittings

Rear parcel shelf

This consists of two sections which can be To gain access to the boot from the rear seats:
folded back on each other. F raise the front section of the rear parcel
To store it, fold it on itself and place it at the shelf using the grip A.
bottom of the boot.

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Fittings

Warning triangle (stowing)


The location for stowing a folded triangle or its box is under the front seat or under the boot carpet (depending on version).

Before leaving your vehicle to set up Placing the triangle in the road The triangle is available as an
and install the triangle, switch on the F Place the triangle at a distance behind the accessory, contact a PEUGEOT dealer
hazard warning lamps and put on your vehicle, in line with the driving regulations or a qualified workshop.
high visibility vest. in force in the country.

The dimensions of the triangle (once folded) or


its storage box must be:
- A: length = 438 mm,
- B: height = 56 mm,
- C: width = 38 mm.

To use the triangle, refer to the


manufacturer's instructions.

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Driving

Driving recommendations
Observe the driving regulations and remain If you are obliged to drive through water: Important!
vigilant whatever the traffic conditions.
Pay close attention to the traffic and keep your
hands on the wheel so that you are ready to Never drive with the parking brake
react at any time to any eventuality. applied - Risk of overheating and
On a long journey, a break every two hours is damage to the braking system!
strongly recommended. Risk of fire!
In difficult weather, drive smoothly, anticipate As the exhaust system of your vehicle

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the need to brake and increase the distance is very hot, even several minutes after
from other vehicles. switching off the engine, do not park
or run the engine over areas where
inflammable substances and materials
- check that the depth of water does not are present: grass, leaves, etc...
exceed 15 cm, taking account of waves
that might be generated by other users,
Driving on flooded roads - deactivate the Stop & Start system,
- drive as slowly as possible without
stalling. In all cases, do not exceed 6 mph
We strongly advise against driving on flooded Never leave a vehicle unsupervised
(10 km/h),
roads, as this could cause serious damage with the engine running. If you have
- do not stop and do not switch off the
to the engine or gearbox, as well as to the to leave your vehicle with the engine
engine.
electrical systems of your vehicle. running, apply the parking brake
and put the gearbox into neutral or
position N or P, depending on the type
On leaving the flooded road, as soon as of gearbox.
circumstances allow, make several light brake
applications to dry the brake discs and pads.
If in doubt on the state of your vehicle, contact
a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.

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Driving

Starting - Switching off the engine


Ignition switch Starting

With a manual gearbox, place the gear


selector in neutral then fully depress the clutch
pedal.
1. Stop position.
2. Ignition on position.
3. Starting position. F Insert the key in the ignition switch.
The system recognises the starting code.
F Release the steering column by
simultaneously turning the wheel and the
key.
With an electronic gearbox, place the gear
selector at N then press the brake pedal firmly.
In some cases, you may have to apply
some force to turn the steering (if the
wheels are on lock against a kerb, for
Avoid attaching heavy objects to the example).
key or the remote control, which would
weigh down on its blade in the ignition
switch and could cause a malfunction.
It could adversely affect the deployment F Turn the key fully towards the dashboard to
of the front airbag. With an automatic gearbox, place the gear
position 3 (Starting).
selector at P or N then press the brake pedal
F When the engine starts, release the key.
firmly.

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Switching off
F Immobilise the vehicle.
F Turn the key fully towards you to
Free-wheeling Key left in the "Ignition on"
position 1 (Stop). For safety reasons, do not free-wheel. position
F Remove the key from the ignition switch. Otherwise, some vehicle functions will If the key has been left in the ignition
F To lock the steering column, turn the wheel no longer be active. switch at position 2 (Ignition on),
until the lock engages. the ignition will be switched off

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automatically after one hour.
To switch the ignition back on, turn the
key to position 1 (Stop), then back to
To facilitate unlocking of the steering Switching off the engine leads to a loss position 2 (Ignition on).
wheel, it is recommended that you of braking assistance.
place the wheels in the straight ahead
position before switching off the engine.

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Driving

Manual parking brake


Application Release

F Pull the parking brake lever up to F With the foot brake applied, pull the
When parking on a slope, direct your
immobilise your vehicle. parking brake lever up gently, press the
wheels against the kerb, apply the
trigger, then lower the lever fully.
parking brake, engage a gear and
switch off the ignition.
When the vehicle is being driven,
On level ground, it is not necessary to
if this warning lamp and the STOP
make a maximum pull on the parking
warning lamp come on, accompanied
brake lever.
by an audible signal and a message
in the screen, this indicates that the
parking brake is still on or has not
been fully released.

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Driving

5-speed manual 6-speed manual gearbox


gearbox
Engaging reverse gear Engaging 5th or 6th gear Engaging reverse gear
F Move the gear selector fully to the right to
engage 5th or 6th gear.

Failure to observe this procedure


may cause permanent damage to the
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gearbox (engaging 3rd or 4th gear by
mistake).

F Push the gear selector to the right then F Raise the ring under the knob and move
backwards. the gear selector to the left then forwards.

Only engage reverse gear when the Only engage reverse gear when the
vehicle is stationary with the engine at idle. vehicle is stationary with the engine at idle.

As a safety precaution and to facilitate As a safety precaution and to facilitate


starting of the engine: starting of the engine:
- always select neutral, - always select neutral,
- press the clutch pedal. - press the clutch pedal.

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Driving

5-speed electronic gearbox


5-speed electronically controlled gearbox Gear selector Steering mounted controls
which offers a choice between the ease of
automatic operation or the pleasure of manual
gear changing.
Three driving modes are offered:
- automated mode for automatic control
of the gears by the gearbox, without any
action by the driver.
- manual mode for sequential changing
of the gears by the driver, using the gear
selector or the steering mounted control
paddles. +. Change up paddle.
- auto sequential mode for overtaking, for F Press the back of the steering wheel "+"
example, remaining in the automated mode R. Reverse paddle to change up a gear.
while using the functions of the sequential F With your foot on the brake, move the -. Change down paddle.
mode. selector forwards to select this position. F Press the back of the steering wheel "-"
N. Neutral. paddle to change down a gear.
F With your foot on the brake, select this
position to start the engine.
A. Automated mode.
Do not drive with your hand resting on
F Move the selector backwards to select this
the gear selector, as there is a risk of
mode. The steering mounted paddles do not
damaging the gearbox.
M. + / - Manual mode with sequential gear permit the selection of neutral or the
changing. engaging and disengaging of reverse
F Move the selector backwards, then to the gear.
left to select this mode, then:
- push forwards to change up a gear,
- or push backwards to change down a
gear.

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Driving

Display in the instrument panel Moving off Manual mode


F To start the engine, place the selector at F After starting the vehicle, select position M
position N. to change to manual mode.
F Press the brake pedal fully.
F Start the engine. AUTO disappears and the gears
engaged appear in succession in the
If the engine does not start:
instrument panel.

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- if N is flashing in the
The gear change commands are only carried
instrument panel, move
out if the engine speed permits.
the selector to position A,
When driving at low speed, on approaching
then to position N,
Gear selector positions - if the "Foot on the brake" warning a stop sign or traffic lights for example,
N. Neutral is flashing in the instrument panel, the gearbox changes down to first gear
R. Reverse press the brake pedal firmly. automatically.
1 2 3 4 5. Gears in manual mode
F Select a mode (position M or A) or reverse Automated mode
AUTO. This comes on when the automated
(position R)
mode is selected. It switches off on F Following use of the sequential mode,
F Release the parking brake.
changing to manual mode. select position A to return to the automated
F Progressively take your foot off the brake
mode.
pedal, then move off.
F Place your foot on the brake AUTO and the gear engaged appear
AUTO and 1 or R appear in the
when this warning lamp flashes in the instrument panel.
instrument panel.
(e.g.: starting the engine).
The gearbox then operates in auto-adaptive
There is an audible signal on Stopping - Moving off on a slope mode, without any action on the part of the
engagement of reverse. When stopping on a slope, do not use the driver. It continuously selects the most suitable
accelerator to immobilise the vehicle; apply the gear for:
parking brake. - optimisation of fuel consumption,
- the driving style,
When moving off on a slope, accelerate
- the road conditions,
gradually while releasing the parking
- the vehicle load.
brake.
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For best acceleration, when overtaking Stopping the vehicle Operating fault
another vehicle for example, press the Before switching off the engine, you can
accelerator pedal firmly to pass the change to position N to be in neutral. With the ignition on, if this
point of resistance. In this case, you must apply the parking warning lamp comes on and
brake to immobilise the vehicle. AUTO flashes, accompanied by
an audible signal and a message in the screen,
this indicates a gearbox fault.
Have it checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
"Auto sequential" mode Reinitialisation qualified workshop.
In the automated mode, you can resume Following disconnection of the battery, the
control temporarily at any time using the gearbox must be reinitialised.
steering mounted control paddles. F Switch on the ignition. You must press the brake pedal firmly
The use of these paddles permits manual while starting the engine.
selection of the gears in situations which Never select neutral N while the vehicle
AUTO and - appear in the instrument
require a more rapid change-down than in is moving.
panel.
the automated mode (arrival at a roundabout, Only engage reverse gear R when the
leaving a car park with a steep gradient, vehicle is immobilised, with your foot on
F Select position N. the brake pedal.
overtaking...).
F Press the brake pedal. In all cases, you must apply the parking
The gearbox engages the required gear if
F Wait approximately 30 seconds until N or a brake to immobilise the vehicle.
the engine speed permits. AUTO remains
gear appears in the instrument panel.
displayed on the instrument panel.
F Release the brake pedal.
After a few moments, the gearbox resumes
The gearbox is operational again.
automatic control of the gears.

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6-speed electronic gearbox


6-speed electronically controlled gearbox Gear selector Steering mounted control paddles
which offers a choice between the ease of fully
automatic operation or the pleasure of manual
gear changing.
There are two driving modes:
- automated mode for automatic control of
the gears by the gearbox,
- manual mode for sequential gear changing

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by the driver.
In automated mode, it remains possible to
change gear manually by using the steering
mounted control paddles when required, when
overtaking, for example.
R. Reverse +. Change up paddle.
F With your foot on the brake, lift the selector F Press the back of the "+" steering mounted
and push forwards. paddle to change up a gear.
N. Neutral. -. Change down paddle.
F With your foot on the brake, select this F Press the back of the "-" steering mounted
position to start. paddle to change down a gear.
Do not drive with your hand resting on A. Automated mode.
the gear selector as there is a risk of F Move the selector backwards to select this
damaging the gearbox. mode.
M. + / -. Manual mode with sequential gear
changing. The steering mounted paddles cannot
F Move the selector to the left to select this be used to select neutral, or to engage
mode, then: or disengage reverse gear.
- push it forwards to change up,
- or pull it backwards to change down.

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Driving

Display in the instrument panel Moving off Automated mode


F To start the engine, place the selector at F After starting the vehicle, select position A
position N. for enter automated mode.
F Press the brake pedal down fully.
F Start the engine.
AUTO and the gear engaged appear
in the instrument panel screen.
If the engine does not start:
- if N is flashing in the
instrument panel, move The gearbox is then operating in auto-active
the selector to position A, mode, without any action on the part of the
Gear selector positions then to position N, driver. It continuously selects the most suitable
gear, depending on the:
N. Neutral
- if the message "Foot on the - style of driving,
R. Reverse
brake" is displayed, press the - profile of the road.
1 2 3 4 5 6. Gears in manual mode
brake pedal firmly.
AUTO. This comes on when the automated
mode is selected. It switches off on
changing to manual mode.
F Select a mode (position A - automated
For optimum acceleration, for example
or M - manual) or reverse (position R).
when overtaking another vehicle, press
F Place your foot on the brake F Release the parking brake.
the accelerator pedal firmly past the
when this warning lamp is F Take your foot off the brake pedal, then
point of resistance.
flashing (for example, when accelerate.
starting the engine).

AUTO and 1, 1 or R appears in the instrument


panel screen.

Engagement of reverse gear is


accompanied by an audible signal.

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Driving

Manual gear changing Manual mode

F When the vehicle has moved off, select


At very low speed, if reverse gear
position M to change to manual mode.
is requested, this will only be taken
F Pull the selector towards the + sign to
into account when the vehicle is
change up a gear.
immobilised. A warning lamp appears in
F Push the selector towards the - sign to

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the instrument panel screen.
change down a gear.

The gears engaged appear


This selective gear change mode enables you successively in the instrument panel On sharp acceleration, the gearbox will
to overtake, for example, while still remaining in screen. not change up unless the driver acts on
automatic mode. the gear lever or the steering mounted
F Operate the + or - steering mounted control paddles.
The gear change requests are only carried out
paddle. Never select neutral N while the vehicle
if the engine speed permits.
The gearbox engages the gear requested if the is moving.
It is not necessary to release the accelerator
engine speed permits. AUTO is still displayed Only engage reverse gear R when the
during gear changes.
in the instrument panel. vehicle is immobilised with the brake
When braking or slowing down, the gearbox
After a few moments without any action on pedal pressed.
changes down automatically to permit
the controls, the gearbox resumes automatic acceleration in the correct gear.
control of the gears.

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Driving

Stopping the vehicle Operating fault

Before switching off the engine, you can With the ignition on, the flashing
choose to: of this warning lamp and the
- move to position N to engage neutral, flashing of AUTO, accompanied
- leave the gear engaged; in this case, it will by an audible signal and a message in
not be possible to move the vehicle. the instrument panel screen, indicates a
In both cases, you must apply the parking malfunction of the gearbox.
brake to immobilise the vehicle. Have it checked by PEUGEOT or a qualified
workshop.

When immobilising the vehicle, with You must press the brake pedal firmly
the engine running, you must place the when starting the engine.
gear selector at neutral N. Whatever the circumstances, you must
Before carrying out any work in the manually apply the parking brake to
engine compartment, check that the immobilise the vehicle.
gear selector is at neutral N and that the
parking brake is applied.

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Driving

Automatic gearbox
4-speed automatic gearbox which offers a Gear selector positions Displays in the instrument panel
choice between the ease of fully automatic
operation, enhanced by sport and snow
programmes, or manual gear changing.
Two driving modes are available:
- automatic operation with electronic
management of the gears by the gearbox,
with a sport programme for a more

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dynamic style of driving and a snow
programme to make driving easier when
grip is poor.
- manual operation for sequential changing
of the gears by the driver. P. Park.
- Immobilisation of the vehicle, parking brake
on or off. When you move the selector in the gate to
- Starting the engine. select a position, the corresponding indicator is
R. Reverse. displayed in the instrument panel.
P. Park
Gear selection gate - Reversing manoeuvres, vehicle stationary,
R. Reverse
engine at idle.
N. Neutral. N. Neutral
- Immobilisation of the vehicle, parking brake D. Drive (Automatic driving)
on. S. Sport programme
- Starting the engine. T. Snow programme
D. Automatic operation. 1 2 3 4. Gears engaged during manual
M + / -. Manual operation with sequential operation
changing of the 4 gears. -. Invalid value during manual operation
F Push forwards to change up through the
gears.
or
1. Gear selector knob.
F Pull backwards to change down through
2. Button "S" (sport).
the gears.
3. Button "T" (snow).
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Driving

Moving off Automatic operation


F With your foot on the brake,
select position P or N. F Select position D for automatic changing
When the engine is running at idle,
of the 4 gears.
F Start the engine. with the brakes released, if position R,
The gearbox then operates in auto-adaptive
If this procedure is not followed, there is an D or M is selected, the vehicle moves
mode, without any intervention on the part
audible signal, accompanied by the display of even without the accelerator being
of the driver. It continuously selects the most
an warning message. pressed.
suitable gear according to the style of driving,
F With the engine running, press the brake When the engine is running, never
the profile of the road and the load in the
pedal. leave children in the vehicle without
vehicle.
F Release the parking brake. supervision.
For maximum acceleration without touching
F Select position R, D or M. When carrying out maintenance with
the selector, press the accelerator pedal down
F Gradually release the brake pedal. the engine running, apply the parking
fully (kick down). The gearbox changes down
The vehicle then moves off. brake and select position P.
automatically or maintains the gear selected
until the maximum engine speed is reached.
On braking, the gearbox changes down
automatically to provide efficient engine
If position N is selected inadvertently braking.
while driving, allow the engine to If you release the accelerator sharply, the
return to idle then select position D to gearbox will not change to a higher gear for
accelerate. safety reasons.

If the ambient temperature is


below -23°C, the engine should be
left at idle for 4 minutes, to ensure the Never select position N while the
correct operation and life of the engine vehicle is moving.
and gearbox. Never select positions P or R unless the
vehicle is completely stationary.

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Driving

Sport and snow Return to standard Manual operation


programmes automatic operation
These two special programmes supplement the F At any time, press the button selected F Select position M for sequential changing
automatic operation in very specific conditions again to quit the programme engaged and of the four gears.
of use. return to auto-adaptive mode. F Push the selector towards the + sign to
change up a gear.
Sport programme "S" F Pull the selector towards the - sign to

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F Press button "S", after starting the engine. change down a gear.
The gearbox automatically favours a dynamic It is only possible to change from one gear to
style of driving. another if the vehicle speed and engine speed
permit; otherwise, the gearbox will operate
S appears in the instrument panel. temporarily in automatic mode.

D disappears and the gears


engaged appear in succession in the
Snow programme "T" instrument panel.
F Press button "T", after starting the engine.
If the engine speed is too low or too high, the
The gearbox adapts to driving on slippery
gear selected flashes for a few seconds, then
roads.
the actual gear engaged is displayed.
This programme improves starting and drive
It is possible to change from position D
when traction is poor.
(automatic) to position M (manual) at any time.
When the vehicle is stationary or moving
very slowly, the gearbox selects gear M1
T appears in the instrument panel. automatically.
The sport and snow programmes do not
operate in manual mode.

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Driving

Stopping the vehicle Operating fault

Invalid value during manual Before switching off the engine, you can When the ignition is on, the
operation engage position P or N to place the gearbox in lighting of this warning lamp,
neutral. accompanied by an audible signal and a
This symbol is displayed if a gear
In both cases, apply the parking brake to message in the multifunction screen, indicates
is not engaged correctly (selector
immobilise the vehicle. a gearbox fault.
between two positions).
In this case, the gearbox switches to back-up
mode and is locked in 3rd gear. You may feel
a substantial knock when changing from P
If the selector is not in position P, to R and from N to R. This will not cause any
when the driver's door is opened or damage to the gearbox.
approximately 45 seconds after the Do not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h), local speed
ignition is switched off, a warning restrictions permitting.
message appears in the screen. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
F Return the selector to position P; workshop as soon as possible.
the message disappears.
When driving on flooded roads or when There is a risk of damage to the
crossing a ford, proceed at walking gearbox:
pace. - if you press the accelerator and
brake pedals at the same time,
- if you force the movement of the
selector from the P position to
another position when the battery is
flat.
To reduce fuel consumption when at
a prolonged standstill with the engine
running (traffic jam...), put the selector
in the N position and apply the parking
brake.

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Driving

Automatic gearbox (EAT6)


6-speed automatic gearbox which offers a Gear selector positions
choice between the ease of fully automatic
Displays in the instrument panel
operation, enhanced by sport and snow
programmes, or manual gear changing.
Two driving modes are available:
- automatic operation for electronic
management of the gears by the gearbox,
with the sport programme for a more

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dynamic driving style or the snow
programme to improve driving on slippery
surfaces,
- manual operation for sequential changing
of the gears by the driver. P. Park.
When you move the selector to select a
- Immobilisation of the vehicle, parking brake
position, the corresponding indicator is
on or off.
displayed in the instrument panel.
- Starting the engine.
P. Park
Gear selector gate R. Reverse.
R. Reverse
- Reversing manoeuvres, vehicle stationary,
N. Neutral
engine at idle.
D. Drive (Automatic operation)
N. Neutral.
S. Sport programme.
- Immobilisation of the vehicle, parking brake
T. Snow programme.
on.
1 2 3 4 5 6. Gears engaged during manual
- Starting the engine.
operation
D. Automatic operation.
-. Invalid value during manual operation
M + / -. Manual operation with sequential
changing of the six gears.
F Push forward to change up through the
gears.
1. Gear selector. or
2. "S" (sport) button. F Pull backward to change down through the
3. "T" (snow) button. gears.

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Driving

Moving off
F With your foot on the brake,
When the engine is running at idle,
select position P or N.
with the brakes released, if position R,
D or M is selected, the vehicle moves
F Start the engine. even without the accelerator being
If these conditions are not met, there is an pressed.
audible signal, accompanied by the display of When the engine is running, never
an warning message. leave children in the vehicle without
F With the engine running, press the brake supervision.
pedal. When carrying out maintenance with
F Release the parking brake. the engine running, apply the parking
F Select position R, D or M. brake and select position P.
F Gradually release the brake pedal.
The vehicle moves off immediately.

If position N is selected inadvertently


while driving, allow the engine to return
to idle then select position D before
accelerating.

If the ambient temperature is


below -23°C, the engine should be left
at idle for four minutes, to ensure the
correct operation and life of the engine
and gearbox.

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Driving

Automatic operation

F Select position D for automatic changing Reverse T snow programme


of the six gears.
When selecting reverse R with the ignition on, F Press the "T" button, once the engine has
The gearbox then operates in auto-adaptive
the rear parking sensors are activated. started.
mode, without any intervention on the part
For more information, refer to the "Rear parking The gearbox adapts itself to driving on slippery
of the driver. It continuously selects the most

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sensors" section. roads.
suitable gear according to the style of driving,
This programme helps moving off and improves
the profile of the road and the load in the
traction when grip is poor.
vehicle.
For maximum acceleration without touching
the selector, press the accelerator pedal down T appears in the instrument panel.
fully (kick down). The gearbox changes down
automatically or maintains the gear selected Sport and snow programmes
until the maximum engine speed is reached.
These two special programmes complete
On braking, the gearbox changes down At any time, press the button selected
the automatic operation, for use in particular
automatically to provide efficient engine again to leave the programme engaged
circumstances.
braking. and return to auto-adaptive mode.
As a safety measure, if you release the
accelerator sharply, the gearbox will not "S" sport programme
change up. F Press the "S" button, once the engine has
started.
The gearbox automatically allows a more
dynamic driving style.
Never select position N while the S appears in the instrument panel.
vehicle is moving.
Never select positions P or R unless the
vehicle is completely stationary.

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Driving

Manual operation Operating fault


F Select position M for sequential changing Invalid value during manual
With the ignition on, illumination of
of the six gears. operation
F Move the selector towards the + sign to this warning lamp, accompanied
This symbol is displayed if a gear by an audible signal and a message in the
change up a gear. is not engaged correctly (selector
F Move the selector towards the - sign to multifunction screen, indicates a gearbox fault.
between two positions). In this case, the gearbox switches to back-up
change down a gear.
It is only possible to change from one gear to mode and is locked in 3rd gear. You may feel
another if the vehicle speed and engine speed a substantial knock when changing from P
to R and from N to R. This will not cause any
permit; otherwise, the gearbox will operate Stopping the vehicle
temporarily in automatic mode. damage to the gearbox.
Before switching off the engine, you can Do not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h), local speed
engage position P or N to place the gearbox in restrictions permitting.
D disappears and the gears neutral. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
engaged appear in succession in the In both cases, apply the parking brake to workshop as soon as possible.
instrument panel. immobilise the vehicle.
If the engine speed is too low or too high, the There is a risk of damage to the
gear selected flashes for a few seconds, then If the selector is not in position P, gearbox:
the actual gear engaged is displayed. when the driver's door is opened or - if you press the accelerator and
It is possible to change from position D approximately 45 seconds after the brake pedals at the same time,
(automatic) to position M (manual) at any time. ignition is switched off, a warning - if you force the movement of the
When the vehicle is stationary or moving message appears in the screen. selector from the P position to
very slowly, the gearbox engages first gear F Return the selector to position P; another position when the battery is
automatically. the message disappears. discharged.
When driving on flooded roads or when
To reduce fuel consumption when at
crossing a ford, proceed at walking
a prolonged standstill with the engine
pace.
running (traffic jam...), put the selector
The sport and snow programmes are
in the N position and apply the parking
not available when operating manually.
brake.

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Driving

Gear shift indicator


System which reduces fuel consumption by advising the driver to change up.

Operation
Depending on the driving situation and your Example:
vehicle's equipment, the system may advise
you to skip one (or more) gear(s). You can
follow this instruction without engaging the
intermediate gears.

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The gear engagement recommendations must
not be considered compulsory. In fact, the
configuration of the road, the amount of traffic - The system may suggest that you engage
and safety remain determining factors when a higher gear.
choosing the best gear. Therefore, the driver
remains responsible for deciding whether or not The information appears in the instrument
to follow the advice given by the system. panel in the form of an arrow.
- You are in third gear.
This function cannot be deactivated. On vehicle fitted with a manual gearbox,
the arrow may be accompanied by the
gear recommended.

The system adapts its gear change


With an electronic or automatic
recommendation according to the
gearbox, the system is only active in
driving conditions (slope, load, ...) and
manual mode.
the demands of the driver (power,
acceleration, braking, ...).
- You press the accelerator pedal. The system never suggests:
- engaging first gear,
- engaging reverse gear,
- engaging a lower gear.

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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 & Start system reduces fuel consumption and exhaust emissions as well as the noise level when stationary.

Operation
Going into engine STOP mode Special cases: STOP mode not
available
The "ECO" warning lamp comes STOP mode is not invoked when:
For your comfort, during parking
on in the instrument panel and the - the driver's door is open,
manoeuvres, STOP mode is not
engine goes into standby: - the driver's seat belt is not fastened,
available for a few seconds after
- for e-HDi Diesel engines: - the vehicle has not exceeded 6 mph
coming out of reverse gear.
● with a manual gearbox, at speeds Stop & Start does not affect the
(10 km/h) since the last engine start using
below 12 mph (20 km/h), when you place the key,
vehicle's systems, such as for example,
the gear selector into neutral, and you - the engine is needed to maintain a
braking, power steering...
release the clutch pedal, comfortable temperature in the passenger
● with an electronic gearbox, at speeds compartment,
below 5 mph (8 km/h), when you press - demisting has been selected,
the brake pedal or place the gear - some special conditions (battery charge,
selector into position N, engine temperature, braking assistance,
- for e-VTI and e-THP petrol engines and ambient temperature...) where the engine is
BlueHDi Diesel engines, with the vehicle Never refuel with the engine in STOP needed to assure control of a system.
stationary. mode; you must switch off the ignition
with the key. The "ECO" warning lamp flashes for
A time counter calculates the sum a few seconds then goes off.
of the periods in STOP mode
during a journey. It rests itself This operation is perfectly normal.
to zero every time the ignition is
switched on with the key.
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Driving

Manual deactivation
Going into engine START mode Special cases: START invoked
automatically
The "ECO" warning lamp goes off For reasons of safety and for your comfort,
and the engine starts: START mode is invoked automatically when:

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- with a manual gearbox, when you - you open the driver's door,
depress the clutch pedal, - you unfasten the driver's seat belt,
- with an electronic / automatic gearbox: - the speed of the vehicle exceeds 7 mph
● gear selector in position A / D or M, (11 km/h) with an electronic gearbox,
when you release the brake pedal, - some special conditions (battery charge,
● or gear lever in position N and the brake engine temperature, braking assistance,
ambient temperature...) where the engine is In certain circumstances, such as the need
pedal released, when you place the gear
needed for control of a system. to maintain a comfortable temperature in the
selector into position A / D or M,
passenger compartment, it may be preferable
● or when you engage reverse gear.
to deactivate the Stop & Start system.
With a manual gearbox in STOP mode, if you
The system can be deactivated at any time,
engage a gear without fully depressing the
once the ignition is on.
clutch pedal, a message is displayed asking The "ECO" warning lamp flashes for
you to fully depress the clutch pedal so that the a few seconds, then goes off. At any time, press the "ECO OFF" switch to
engine can restart. deactivate the system.
This is confirmed by the switch warning lamp
This operation is perfectly normal.
coming on accompanied by a message in the
screen.

If the system has been deactivated


in STOP mode, the engine restarts
immediately.

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Manual reactivation Operating fault

Press the "ECO OFF" switch again.


The system is active again; this is confirmed The Stop & Start requires the use of a
by the switch warning lamp going off, 12 V battery of special specification and
accompanied by a message in the screen. technology.
All work on this type of battery must be
carried out only by a PEUGEOT dealer
or a qualified workshop.
The system is reactivated automatically For more information on the
at every new start using the key. 12 V battery, refer to the corresponding
section.

In the event of a fault with the system, the


"ECO OFF" switch warning lamp flashes then
comes on continuously. Opening the bonnet
Have it checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a Before doing anything under the bonnet,
qualified workshop. deactivate the Stop & Start system to avoid the
In the event of a fault in STOP mode, the risk of injury related to an automatic change to
vehicle may stall. All of the warning lamps START mode.
come on. It is then necessary to switch off
the ignition and start the engine again using Driving on flooded roads
the key. Before driving through a flooded road, it is
strongly recommended that you deactivate the
Stop & Start system.
For more advice on driving, particularly on
flooded roads, refer to the corresponding
section.

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Driving

Hill start assist


System which keeps your vehicle immobilised Operation
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 function is only active when:
- the vehicle is completely stationary, with
your foot on the brake pedal,

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- when certain conditions of gradient are
met,
- with the driver’s door closed.
The hill start assist function cannot be
deactivated.

On an ascending slope, the vehicle is held On a descending slope, with the vehicle
for a brief moment when you release the stationary and reverse gear engaged, the
brake pedal: vehicle is held for a brief moment when you
- if you are in first gear or neutral with a release the brake pedal.
manual gearbox*,
- if you are in position A or M with an
electronic gearbox, Operating fault
Do not leave the vehicle while it is being - if you are in position D or M with an
held in the hill start assist phase. automatic gearbox.
If you need to leave the vehicle while
the engine is running, apply the parking
brake manually then ensure that the
parking brake warning lamp is on (not
If a fault occurs with the system, these warning
flashing) in the instrument panel.
lamps come on. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer
or a qualified workshop to have the system
* Depending on version. checked.

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Driving

Speed limiter
System which prevents the vehicle from Steering mounted controls Displays in the instrument panel
exceeding the speed programmed by the driver.
When the programmed speed limit is reached,
pressing the accelerator pedal in the normal
manner no longer has any effect.

The speed limiter is switched on manually: the


programmed speed must be at least 20 mph
(30 km/h).

The speed limiter is switched off by manual


operation of the control.

The programmed speed can be exceeded


temporarily by pressing the accelerator firmly. The programmed information is grouped
To return to the programmed speed, simply together in the instrument panel screen.
slow down to a speed below the programmed 5. Speed limiter on/off indication.
speed. 1. Selection of speed limiter mode. 6. Speed limiter mode selection indication.
7. Programmed speed value.
8. Selection of a memorised speed setting.
The programmed speed remains in the memory
when the ignition is switched off.

The speed limiter cannot, in any circumstances,


replace the need to respect speed limits, nor can it
replace the need for vigilance on the part of the driver.
2. Increase the programmed value.
3. Decrease the programmed value.
4. Speed limiter On / Off.

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Driving

Programming Leaving limiter mode


F Turn thumb wheel 1 to the "LIMIT" F Turn thumb wheel 1 to the "0" position:
position: the speed limiter mode the speed limiter mode is deselected. The
is selected but is not switched on display returns to the distance recorder.
(PAUSE).
You do not have to switch the speed limiter
on in order to set the speed.
Operating fault
F Set the speed value by pressing button 2 or 3.
You can then change the programmed speed using buttons 2 and 3:
- by + or - 1 mph (km/h) = short press,
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- by + or - 5 mph (km/h) = long press,
- in steps of + or - 5 mph (km/h) = maintained press.
In the event of a speed limiter fault, the speed
is cleared resulting in flashing of the dashes.
F Switch the speed limiter on by pressing button 4. Have it checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
F Switch the speed limiter off by pressing button 4: the display qualified workshop.
confirms that it has been switched off (PAUSE).
F Switch the speed limiter back on by pressing button 4 again.
On a steep descent or in the event of
sharp acceleration, the speed limiter
Exceeding the programmed speed will not be able to prevent the vehicle
Pressing the accelerator pedal to exceed the programmed speed will not have
from exceeding the programmed speed.
any effect unless you press the pedal firmly past the point of resistance.
To avoid any risk of jamming of the
The speed limiter is deactivated temporarily and the programmed speed,
pedals:
which is still displayed, flashes.
- ensure that the mat is positioned
Returning to the programmed speed, by means of intentional or unintentional
correctly,
deceleration of the vehicle, automatically cancels the flashing of the
- do not fit one mat on top of another.
programmed speed.

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Driving

Cruise control
System which automatically maintains the Steering mounted controls Displays in the instrument panel
speed of the vehicle at the value programmed
by the driver, without any action on the
accelerator pedal.

The cruise control is switched on manually: it


requires a minimum vehicle speed of 25 mph
(40 km/h), as well as the engagement of:
- fourth gear on a manual gearbox,
- second gear on an electronic or automatic
gearbox, in manual sequential mode,
- position A on an electronic gearbox or
position D on an automatic gearbox.

The programmed information is grouped


together in the instrument panel screen.
1. Selection of cruise control mode. 5. Cruise control stopped/resumed indication.
6. Cruise control mode selection indication.
The cruise control is switched off manually 7. Programmed speed value.
or by pressing the brake or clutch pedal or on 8. Selectiion of a memorised speed setting.
triggering of the electronic stability system for
safety reasons.
It is possible to exceed the programmed speed
temporarily by pressing the accelerator pedal.
To return to the programmed speed, simply
release the accelerator pedal.
Switching off the ignition cancels any The cruise control cannot, in any
programmed speed value. circumstances, replace the need to observe
2. Increase the programmed value.
speed limits, nor can it replace the need for
3. Decrease the programmed value.
vigilance on the part of the driver.
4. Cruise control Off / Resume.

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Operating fault
Programming
F Turn thumb wheel 1 to the "CRUISE"
position: the cruise control mode is
selected but is not switched
on (PAUSE).
F Set the programmed speed by
In the event of a cruise control malfunction,
accelerating to the required speed,

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the speed is cleared resulting in flashing of the
then press button 2 or 3.
dashes. Have it checked by a PEUGEOT dealer
You can then change the programmed speed using buttons 2 and 3: or a qualified workshop.
- by + or - 1 mph (km/h) = short press,
- by + or - 5 mph (km/h) = long press, When the cruise control is switched on,
- in steps of + or - 5 mph (km/h) = maintained press. be careful if you maintain the pressure
on one of the programmed speed
changing buttons: this may result in
F Switch off the cruise control by pressing button 4: the screen a very rapid change in the speed of
confirms that it has been switched off (PAUSE). your vehicle.
F Switch the cruise control back on by pressing button 4 Do not use the cruise control on
again. slippery roads or in heavy traffic.
On a steep descent, the cruise control
Exceeding the programmed speed will not be able to prevent the vehicle
from exceeding the programmed speed.
Intentional or unintentional exceeding of the programmed speed
To avoid any risk of jamming of the
results in flashing of this speed in the screen.
pedals:
Return to the programmed speed, by means of intentional or
- ensure that the mat is positioned
unintentional deceleration of the vehicle, automatically cancels the
correctly,
flashing of the speed.
- never fit one mat on top of another.
Leaving cruise control mode
F Turn thumb wheel 1 to the "0" position: the cruise control mode is
deselected. The display returns to the distance recorder.

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Driving

Memorising speeds
This memorisation of speeds applies to both Memorisation
the speed limiter (limit speed) and the cruise
control (running speed).
You can memorise up to 5 speed settings in the
system. By default, a few speeds are already
memorised.

Enter the new value using the virtual


keypad, then press on "Confirm".
Press the MENU button for access to
the different menus.
Press on "Confirm" to save the
modifications and quit the menu.

Select the "Driving" menu.


As a safety measure, the driver should
carry out these operations when
Display the secondary page. stationary.

Use this button to select all speeds.


In the secondary page, select
"Speed settings".
Use this button to deselect all
Choose the speed that you want to modify, then speeds.
press on "Modify".
This button restores the factory
settings.

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Driving

Selection

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To select a memorised speed:
F press and hold button "+" or "-"; the system
stops at the closest memorised speed,
F press and hold button "+" or "-" again to
select another memorised speed.
A reminder of the speed and the state of the
system (on / off) is displayed in the instrument
panel.

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Driving

Parking sensors
Rear parking sensors

The system is switched on by engaging reverse


gear.
This is confirmed by an audible signal.
The system is switched off when you come out
of reverse gear.

This system indicates the proximity of an Visual assistance


obstacle (pedestrian, vehicle, tree, gate, etc.) This supplements the audible signal by
which comes within the field of detection of displaying bars in the screen which move
sensors located in the bumper. progressively nearer to the vehicle.
Certain types of obstacle (stake, roadworks When the obstacle is very close, the "Danger"
cone, etc.) detected initially will no longer be symbol is displayed in the screen.
detected at the end of the manoeuvre, if they
are located in blind spots in the sensors' field Audible assistance
of detection. The proximity information is given by an
intermittent audible signal, the frequency of which
increases as the vehicle approaches the obstacle.
This system cannot in any circumstances replace
The sound emitted by the speaker (right or left)
the need for vigilance on the part of the driver.
indicates the side on which the obstacle is located.
When the distance between the vehicle and
the obstacle becomes less than approximately
thirty centimetres, the audible signal becomes
continuous.

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Driving

Front parking sensors* Operating fault

In addition to the rear parking sensors, the In the event of a malfunction of


front parking sensors are triggered when an the system, when reverse gear
obstacle is detected in front and the speed of is engaged this warning lamp
the vehicle is still below 6 mph (10 km/h). is displayed in the instrument panel and/or a
The front parking sensors are interrupted if message appears in the screen, accompanied

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the vehicle stops for more than 3 seconds by an audible signal (short beep).
in forward gear, if no further obstacles are Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
detected or when the speed of the vehicle workshop.
exceeds 6 mph (10 km/h).
In bad weather or in winter, ensure
The sound emitted by the speaker (front or that the sensors are not covered with
rear) indicates whether the obstacle is in front Deactivation / Activation of the mud, ice or snow. When reverse gear is
or behind. front and rear parking sensors engaged, an audible signal (long beep)
indicates that the sensors may be dirty.
The function is deactivated by pressing this Certain sound sources (motorcycle,
button. The indicator lamp in the button lorry, pneumatic drill, etc.) may trigger
comes on. the audible signals of the parking
Pressing this button again reactivates the sensor system.
function. The indicator lamp in the button
goes off.

The function will be deactivated


automatically if a trailer is being towed
or a bicycle carrier is fitted (vehicle
fitted with a towbar or bicycle carrier
recommended by PEUGEOT).

* Available only with the Park Assist system.


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Driving

Reversing camera
The blue lines represent the general direction
of the vehicle (the difference corresponds to
the width of your vehicle without the mirrors).
The red lines represent a distance of about
30 cm beyond the edge of your vehicle's rear
bumper.
The green lines represent distances of about 1
and 2 metres beyond the edge of your vehicle's
rear bumper.
The turquoise blue curves represent the
maximum turning circle.

The reversing camera is activated automatically


High pressure jet washing
when reverse gear is engaged.
When washing your vehicle, do not Opening the tailgate causes the display
Depending on version, the image is displayed
direct the lance within 30 cm of the to disappear.
in the touch screen or the instrument panel.
camera lens.
The reversing camera function may be
Clean the reversing camera regularly using a
completed with parking sensors. The superimposed representation of guide soft, dry cloth.
lines helps with the manoeuvre.
The reversing camera cannot in any They are represented by lines marked "on
circumstances be a substitute for the ground" and do not allow the position of
vigilance on the part of the driver. the vehicle to be determined relative to tall
obstacles (for example: other vehicles, ...).

Some deformation of the image is


normal.
It is normal to be able to see part of
the number plate at the bottom of the
screen.

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Driving

Park Assist
The system detects a parking space and then provides assistance with the parallel parking manoeuvres.
It controls the steering and provides visual and audible information to the driver.
The driver manages the accelerator, brakes, gears and the clutch in the case of a manual gearbox.

The driver can take back control of the steering


The Park Assist system cannot in any For entry into a parking space (parallel
at any time by grasping the wheel.
circumstances replace the need for parking) the system does not detect

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vigilance on the part of the driver. spaces which are clearly much smaller
The driver must remain in control of or larger than the size of the vehicle.
their vehicle ensuring that the space This "parking assistance" system
remains clear during the manoeuvre. is activated automatically during
In some circumstances, the sensors manoeuvres; it is therefore possible
may not detect small obstacles located that a symbol comes on in the screen,
in their blind spots. accompanied by an audible signal,
without affecting the manoeuvre.

During a manoeuvre the steering wheel Changing tyre sizes (out-size tyres,
turns quickly: do not hold the steering winter tyres, ...) can interfere with
The system provides assistance in entering and
wheel, do not place your hand between the correct operation of the parking
exiting a parking space when parallel parking.
the spokes of the steering wheel and assistance system.
take care with loose and bulky clothing,
scarves, handbags... There is a risk of
injury.
The selection of the type of manoeuvre
(entering or exiting a parallel parking
space) prevents a change to STOP
mode of Stop & Start.
In STOP mode, this selection restarts
the engine.

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Driving

Entering a parallel parking space


F When you have identified a free space,
reduce the speed of the vehicle to a
maximum of 12 mph (20 km/h).

F Operate the direction indicator on the F Move your vehicle forward until a new
parking side. message is displayed.

F Position your vehicle before this space.

F Move forwards alongside the parking F Select reverse and release the steering
space at a speed below 12 mph (20 km/h) wheel.
To activate the Park Assist system: to measure it, keeping at a distance of
F Press this control to activate the system. between 0.5 and 1.5 metres from the row of
The indicator lamp in the control remains off. parked vehicles.
Once measurement is complete, if the space is
A message is displayed in the screen.
large enough a message indicates that parking
F Select the enter parking space manoeuvre.
is possible.
The indicator lamp in the control comes on.

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Driving

Exit from a parallel parking space


F When you want to exit from a parallel
parking space, start the engine.

The assisted parking manoeuvre is in progress.


Without exceeding 5 mph (8 km/h), continue
the manoeuvres following the information given
The assisted exit from parking manoeuvre is in
progress.
Without exceeding 5 mph (8 km/h), continue the
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by the "parking assistance" system, until the manoeuvres following the information given by
end of manoeuvre message is displayed. the "parking assistance" system, until the end of
The indicator lamp in the control goes off, With the vehicle stationary, to activate the Park manoeuvre message is displayed.
accompanied by a audible signal. Assist system: The manoeuvre is complete once the front wheels
F Press this control. of the vehicle are out of the parking space.
The indicator lamp in the control remains off. The indicator lamp in the control goes off,
accompanied by a audible signal.
A message is displayed in the screen.
F Select the exit parking space manoeuvre.
The indicator lamp in the control comes on.
F Operate the direction indicator on the exit
from parking side.
The direction indicator warning lamp
flashes in the instrument panel throughout
the manoeuvre, whatever the position of
the stalk.
The driver takes back control of the vehicle's F Select a forward or reverse gear then
The driver takes back control of the vehicle's
steering. release the steering wheel.
steering.
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Driving

Deactivation Operating faults


The system is deactivated automatically: A message is displayed in the screen.
- on switching off the ignition, In the event of a fault with the system,
- if the engine stalls, this warning lamp is displayed in the
- if no manoeuvre is started within 5 minutes instrument panel and/or a message appears in the
of selection of the type of manoeuvre, screen, accompanied by an audible signal (short beep).
- after a prolonged stop of the vehicle during The indicator lamp in the control flashes for a few
a manoeuvre, seconds. If the problem occurs while using the system,
- if the road wheel anti-spin regulation (ASR) the indicator lamp goes off.
is triggered,
In the event of a fault with
- if the speed of the vehicle exceeds the
the power steering, these
stated limit,
The driver then takes back control of the warning lamps come on in
- when the driver interrupts movement of the
vehicle's steering. the instrument panel.
steering wheel,
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
- if the driver presses the Park Assist
workshop.
control,
- if correct positioning of the vehicle is not If the lateral distance between your vehicle
possible (too many manoeuvres needed to and the space is too great, the system may
insert or extract the vehicle), Switching off not be able to measure the space.
Anything projecting beyond the envelope
- if the driver's door is open,
The system is switched off automatically: of the vehicle (long or wide load) is not
- if one of the front wheels encounters an
- when towing a trailer, taken into account by the Park Assist
obstacle. system during a manoeuvre.
- if the driver's door is opened,
- if the speed of the vehicle is above 42 mph
(70 km/h). In bad weather and in winter, ensure
To switch the system of for a prolonged period, that the sensors are not covered by
contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified road dirt, ice or snow.
If the system is deactivated during a
workshop. In the event of a fault, have the system
manoeuvre, the drive should reactivate
checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
it manually to repeat the measurement.
qualified workshop.

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Visibility

Lighting
Main lighting Additional lighting Automatic lighting
The vehicle has various exterior lamps: Other lamps are fitted to meet particular driving functions
- sidelamps, to be seen, conditions: Various automatic lighting functions are also
- dipped beam headlamps to see without - a rear foglamp to better signal the available depending on options:
dazzling other drivers, presence of the vehicle in foggy conditions, - guide-me-home lighting,
- main beam headlamps to see clearly when - front foglamps with cornering lighting, - cornering lighting,
the road is clear. - daytime running lamps to be seen during - welcome lighting,
the day, - daytime running lamps,

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- guide-me-home and welcome lighting for - automatic illumination of headlamps.
leaving and entering the vehicle.

In some weather conditions (e.g. low


temperature or humidity), the presence
of misting on the internal surface of the
glass of the headlamps and rear lamps
is normal; it disappears after the lamps
have been on for a few minutes.

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Visibility

Selection ring for main lighting


mode
Turn the ring to align the desired symbol with
the marking.

Lighting off (ignition off) / Front daytime


running lamps (engine running).

Automatic illumination of headlamps.

Sidelamps only.
Dipping the headlamps
Dipped or main beam headlamps. Pull the stalk to switch the lighting between
dipped / main beam headlamps.
Model without AUTO lighting
In the lighting off and sidelamps modes, the
driver can switch on the main beam headlamps
temporarily ("headlamp flash") by maintaining a
pull on the stalk.

Display
Illumination of the corresponding indicator lamp
in the instrument panel confirms the lighting
switched on.
Model with AUTO lighting

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Visibility

Foglamps selection ring


The foglamps operate with dipped and main beam headlamps.

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Rear foglamp only Front foglamps and rear
foglamp

F To switch it on, turn the ring forwards. Rotate and release the ring: When the headlamps switch off with automatic
When the lighting is switched off automatically F forwards a first time to switch on the front illumination of headlamps (AUTO model)
(with AUTO model), the foglamp and the dipped foglamps, or when the dipped beam headlamps are
beam headlamps will remain on. F forwards a second time to switch on the switched off manually, the foglamps and
F To switch it off, turn the ring rearwards. rear foglamp, sidelamps remain on.
F rearwards a first time to switch off the rear F Turn the ring rearwards to switch off
foglamp, the foglamps, the sidelamps will then
F rearwards a second time to switch off the switch off.
front foglamps.

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Visibility

In good or rainy weather, both day Switching off the lamps Switching on the lamps
and night, the front foglamps and the when the ignition is after the ignition is
rear foglamp are prohibited. In these switched off switched off
situations, the power of their beams
On switching off the ignition, all of the To reactivate the lighting control, rotate
may dazzle other drivers. They should
lamps turn off immediately, except for the ring to the "0" position - lamps off,
only be used in fog or snow.
dipped beam if guide-me-home lighting then to the desired position.
In these weather conditions, it is your
is activated. On opening the driver's door a
responsibility to switch on the foglamps
temporary audible signal warns the
and dipped beam headlamps manually
driver that the lighting is on.
as the sunshine sensor may detect
The lamps, with the exception of the
sufficient light.
sidelamps, switch off automatically after
Do not forget to switch off the front
a maximum duration of 30 minutes to
foglamps and the rear foglamp when
avoid discharging the battery.
they are no longer necessary.

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Visibility

LED lamps Daytime running lamps


Daytime lighting, compulsory in certain The instruments and controls (instrument
countries, which comes on automatically when panel, touch screen, air conditioning control
the engine is started making the vehicle more panel, ...) are not illuminated, except in night
visible to other users. mode with manual or automatic illumination of
headlamps.

This function is assured:


- in countries where it is imposed by

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regulations,
by illumination of the dipped beam
headlamps with the sidelamps and number
plate lamps; this function cannot be
They come on when the engine is started. deactivated.
Depending on the country of sale, they are - for other countries where it is provided,
used for: by the use of dedicated lamps (LEDs); this
- daytime running lamps* in day mode and function can be activated or deactivated via
sidelamps in night mode (they are brighter the vehicle configuration menu.
when daytime running lamps), The lighting control stalk must be placed in
or the "0" or "AUTO" (day mode) position.
- sidelamps in day and night mode. Deactivation of the daytime running lamps is
effective after operation of the lighting control
stalk or after the next engine start; activation is
effective immediately.

*F
 unction that can be set in the vehicle
configuration menu.
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Visibility

Manual guide-me-home Parking lamps


lighting
Temporarily keeping the dipped beam
headlamps on after the vehicle's ignition has
been switched off makes the driver's exit easier
when the light is poor.

Side markers for the vehicle by illumination of


the sidelamps on the traffic side only.
F Within one minute of switching off the
On Off ignition, operate the lighting control stalk
F With the ignition off, "flash" the headlamps The manual guide-me-home lighting switches up or down depending on the traffic side
using the lighting stalk. off automatically after a set time. (for example: when parking on the left;
F A further "headlamp flash" switches the lighting control stalk upwards; the right
function off. hand sidelamps are on).

Manual guide-me-home lighting


is also available from the remote This is confirmed by an audible signal and
control lighting button (refer to the illumination of the corresponding direction
corresponding section). indicator warning lamp in the instrument panel.
To switch off the parking lamps, return the
lighting control stalk to the middle position or
switch on the ignition.

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Visibility

Automatic illumination of headlamps


The sidelamps and dipped beam headlamps are Automatic guide-me-home Operating fault
switched on automatically, without any action lighting In the event of a fault with the
on the part of the driver, when a low level of
Association with the automatic lighting provides sunshine sensor, the lighting
external light is detected or in certain cases of
the guide-me-home lighting with the following comes on, this warning lamp
activation of the windscreen wipers.
additional options: is displayed in the instrument panel and/or a
As soon as the brightness returns to a sufficient
- selection of the lighting duration of 15, 30 message appears in the screen, accompanied
level or after the windscreen wipers are switched
or 60 seconds, by an audible signal.
off, the lamps are switched off automatically.
- automatic activation of guide-me-home Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
lighting when the automatic illumination of workshop.
headlamps is in operation.

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Programming
Settings for the guide-me-home lighting can be
adjusted in the touch screen. In fog or snow, the sunshine sensor
may detect sufficient light. In this
Press the MENU button for access to case, the lighting will not come on
the different menus. automatically.
Do not cover the sunshine sensor,
Select the "Driving" menu. coupled with the rain sensor and
Switching on located in the centre of the windscreen
behind the rear view mirror; the
F Turn the ring to the "AUTO" position.
Display the secondary page. associated functions would no longer
Activation of the function is accompanied
be controlled.
by a message in the screen.
Select "Vehicle settings".
Switching off
F Turn the ring to another position.
Deactivation of the function is Select the "Lighting" tab.
accompanied by a message in the screen.

Modify the settings for the "Guide-


me-home lighting" function.
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Headlamp adjustment

To avoid causing a nuisance to other road


users, the headlamp beams should be adjusted
Travelling abroad
according to the load in the vehicle. If using your vehicle in a country that
0. 1 or 2 people in the front seats. drives on the other side of the road, the
-. Intermediate setting headlamps must be adjusted to avoid
1. 5 people. dazzling on-coming drivers.
-. 5 people + maximum authorised load. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a
2. Driver + maximum authorised load. qualified workshop.

The initial setting is position "0".

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Cornering lighting
Switching on
This function starts:
- when the corresponding direction indicator
is switched on,
or
- from a certain angle of rotation of the
steering wheel.

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Switching off
With dipped or main beams, this function without cornering lighting
The system does not operate:
makes use of the beam from a front foglamp
- below a certain angle of rotation of the
to illuminate the inside of a bend, when the
steering wheel,
vehicle speed is below 25 mph (approximately
- above 25 mph (40 km/h),
40 km/h) (urban driving, winding road,
- when reverse gear is engaged.
intersections, parking manoeuvres...).

with cornering lighting

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Visibility

Wiper controls
The vehicle's front and rear wipers are Manual controls Windscreen wipers
designed to improve the driver's visibility
The wipers are controlled directly by the Wiping speed:
progressively according to the climatic
driver.
conditions.
Fast (heavy rain).

Programming Normal (moderate rain).


Various automatic wiper control modes are also
available according to the following options:
Intermittent (proportional to the
- automatic rain sensitive windscreen wipers,
speed of the vehicle).
- rear wiping on engaging reverse gear.
Park.

Single wipe (press down and


release).

Model without AUTO wiping


Automatic (press down and
release).
Single wipe (pull the stalk
briefly towards you).

Windscreen wash
Pull the wiper stalk towards you.
The windscreen wash, then the windscreen
wipers, operate for a pre-determined time.
Model with AUTO wiping

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Reverse gear
When reverse gear is engaged, the rear wiper
will come into operation if the windscreen
wipers are operating.

Programming
Operation of the rear wiper in reverse is a
setting in the touch screen.

Rear wiper
Press the MENU button for access to
the different menus. 6
Rear wiper selection ring: Select the "Driving" menu.

Park. Display the secondary page.

Intermittent wipe. Select "Vehicle settings".

Select the "Driving assistance" tab.


Wash-wipe (set duration). If a significant accumulation of snow or
ice is present, or when using a bicycle
Activate / Deactivate the "Automatic
carrier on the boot, deactivate the
rear wiper in reverse" function.
automatic rear wiper via the vehicle
configuration menu.
This function is activated by default.

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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


Briefly push the control stalk Briefly push the control stalk
The automatic rain sensitive windscreen
downwards. downwards again, or place the
wipers must be reactivated by pushing
A wiping cycle confirms that the control stalk in another position (Int,
the control stalk downwards, if the
instruction has been accepted. 1 or 2).
ignition has been off for more than
This warning lamp comes on in the
This warning lamp goes off in the instrument 1 minute.
instrument panel and a message is
panel and a message is displayed.
displayed.

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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 PEUGEOT dealer or a

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qualified workshop.

This position permits release of the windscreen


Do not cover the rain sensor, linked with To maintain the effectiveness of the
wiper blades.
the sunshine sensor and located in the "flat-blade" type of wiper blades, it is
It is used for cleaning or replacement of the
centre of the windscreen behind the rear advisable to:
wiper blades. It can also be useful, in winter, to
view mirror. - handle them with care,
release the wiper blades from the windscreen.
Switch off the automatic rain sensitive - clean them regularly using soapy
wipers when using an automatic car wash. water,
In winter, it is advisable to wait until F Any action on the wiper stalk within one - avoid using them to retain
the windscreen is completely clear of minute after switching off the ignition, cardboard on the windscreen,
ice before activating the automatic rain places the wiper blades vertically on the - replace them at the first signs of
sensitive wipers. screen. wear.
F To park the wiper blades again, switch on
the ignition and operate the wiper stalk.

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Lighting dimmer
System for the manual adjustment of the brightness of the instrument panel and the touch screen to
suit the ambient light level.

LCD instrument panel Matrix instrument panel Touch screen


Press the MENU button for access to
the different menus.

Select the "Settings" menu.

Display the secondary page.

In the secondary page, select


"Screen settings".
With the headlamps on, press button B to Activation
increase the brightness of the instruments F press the button to adjust the brightness of Adjust the brightness by moving the cursor.
and controls and the interior mood lighting or the instruments and controls,
button A to reduce it. F release the button when the desired level is
As soon as the lighting reaches the required attained.
level of brightness, release the button.
You can also switch of the screen. To do this:

Switching off In the primary page, select "Turn


When the vehicle lighting is off or in day mode off screen". The screen goes off
(daytime running lamps on), pressing the button completely.
has no effect. Press the screen again (anywhere in
its surface) to activate it.

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Courtesy lamps
Map reading lamps
In this position, the courtesy F With the ignition on, press
lamp comes on gradually: the corresponding switch.

- when the vehicle is unlocked,


- when the key is removed from the ignition,
- when opening a door, Take care to avoid leaving anything in
- when the remote control locking button is contact with the courtesy lamp.
pressed, in order to locate your vehicle.

It switches off gradually:


- when the vehicle is locked,
- when the ignition is switched on,
- 30 seconds after the last door is closed.
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Permanently off.

Permanent lighting.

1. Front / rear courtesy lamps


2. Map reading lamps
With the "permanent lighting" mode, the lighting
time varies according to the circumstances:
- with the ignition off, approximately
10 minutes,
- in energy economy mode, approximately
30 seconds,
- with the engine running, unlimited.

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Interior mood lighting


The dimmed passenger compartment lighting improves visibility in the vehicle when the light is poor.

Switching on Settings Instrument panel mood


The mood lighting settings can be adjusted in lighting
the touch screen.

Press the MENU button for access to


the different menus.

Select the "Driving" menu.

Display the secondary page.

At night, interior mood light emitting diodes - Select "Vehicle settings". Deactivation
LEDs (courtesy lamp, instrument panel,
With the exterior lighting on, press this button
footwells, back-lit roof lining, panoramic glazed
to turn the instrument panel mood lighting off.
sunroof*...) come on automatically when the Select the "Lighting" tab.
sidelamps are switched on.
Activation
Modify the settings of the "Mood
lighting" function. With the exterior lighting on, press this button
Switching off again turn the instrument panel mood lighting
The interior mood lighting switches off back on.
automatically when the sidelamps are switched
off.

* Depending on version.
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Panoramic glazed sunroof


System which comprises configurable light guides and a panoramic tinted glass area to increase
the light and visibility in the passenger compartment.
It is fitted with an electric blind to improve temperature and acoustic comfort.

Electric blind
If something is trapped when operating
the blind, you should reverse the
movement of the blind. To do this press

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the control in question.
When the driver operates the blind, they
should ensure that nobody prevents its
correct closing.
The driver should ensure that
passengers use the blind correctly.
Be aware of children when operating
the blind.
Opening Closing
F Lift the control A towards the rear. F Lift the control A towards the front.
The blind stops when you release the The blind stops when you release the
control. control.

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Safety

General safety recommendations


Labels are applied at various We draw your attention to Installation of accessory
points on your vehicle. They carry the following points: radio communication
safety warnings as well as vehicle transmitters
- The fitting of electrical equipment
identification information. Do not
or accessories not listed by Before installing a radio communication
remove them: they form an integral part
PEUGEOT may cause faults and transmitter, you must contact a
of your vehicle.
failures with the electrical system of PEUGEOT dealer for the specification
your vehicle. Contact a PEUGEOT of transmitters which can be fitted
dealer for information on the range (frequency, maximum power,
of recommended accessories. aerial position, specific installation
- As a safety measure, access to requirements), in line with the Vehicle
For any work on your vehicle, use the diagnostic socket, used for Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
a qualified workshop that has the the vehicle's electronic systems, (2004/104/EC).
technical information, skills and is reserved strictly for PEUGEOT
equipment required, all of which a dealers or qualified workshops,
PEUGEOT dealer is able to provide. equipped with the special tools
required (risk of malfunctions of the Depending on the legislation in force in
vehicle's electronic systems that the country, certain safety equipment
could cause breakdowns or serious may be compulsory: high visibility
safety vests, warning triangles,
accidents). The manufacturer
breathalyzers, spare bulbs, spare fuses,
cannot be held responsible if this
fire extinguisher, first aid kit, mud flaps
advice is not followed. at the rear of the vehicle.
- Any modification or adaptation The fitting of electrical equipment
not intended or authorised by or accessories which are not
Automobiles PEUGEOT or recommended by PEUGEOT may result
carried out without meeting the in a failure of your vehicle's electronic
technical requirements defined system and excessive electrical
by the manufacturer would lead consumption.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer
to the suspension of the legal and
for information on the range of
contractual warranties.
recommended equipment and
accessories.

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Direction indicators Hazard warning lamps


Visual warning with of all the direction
indicators flashing to alert other road users to a
Three flashes vehicle breakdown, towing or accident.

Move the stalk briefly upwards or downwards,


without going beyond the point of resistance;
the corresponding direction indicators will flash
3 times.

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F Lower the lighting control stalk fully when
This function can be used at any speed,
moving to the left.
but it is particularly useful for changing
F Raise the lighting control stalk fully when F Press this button, all of the direction
lane on fast roads.
moving to the right. indicators flash.
They can operate with the ignition off.

Automatic operation
If you forget to cancel the direction
When braking in an emergency, depending on
indicators for more than 20 seconds,
the rate of deceleration, the lamps come on
the volume of the audible signal will
automatically.
increase if the speed is above 40 mph
They switch off automatically the first time you
(60 km/h).
accelerate.
F You can also switch them off by pressing
the button.

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Horn Emergency or
assistance call
Audible warning system to alert other road
users to an imminent danger.

This system allows you to make an emergency


or assistance call to the emergency services or
to the dedicated PEUGEOT service.

F Press the central part of the multifunction For more information on the use of this
steering wheel. function, refer to the "Audio equipment and
telematics" section.
Use the horn moderately and only in
situations allowed by the motoring
regulations in the country you are
driving in.

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Under-inflation detection
System which automatically checks the pressures of the tyres while driving.
The system monitors the pressures in the four
The under-inflation detection system Driving with under-inflated tyres
tyres, once the vehicle is moving.
does not replace the need for vigilance increases fuel consumption.
It compares the information given by the four
on the part of the driver.
wheel speed sensors with reference values,
This system does not avoid the need to
which must be reinitialised every time the
check the tyre pressures (including the
tyre pressures are adjusted or a wheel
spare wheel) every month as well as The inflation pressures defined for
changed.
before a long journey. your vehicle can be found on the tyre
The system triggers an alert as soon as it
Driving with under-inflated tyres impairs pressure label.
detects a drop in the inflation pressure of one
road holding, extends braking distances For more information on the
or more tyres.
and causes premature tyre wear, identification markings, refer to the
particularly under arduous conditions corresponding section.
(high loading, high speed, long journey).

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Tyre pressures should be checked
when the tyres are "cold" (vehicle
stopped for 1 hour or after a journey of
less than 6 miles (10 km) at moderate
speeds).
Otherwise (when hot), add 0.3 bar to
the pressures shown on the label.

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Reinitialisation
It is necessary to reinitialise the system every
Under-inflation alert time one or more tyre pressures are adjusted,
This is given by fixed illumination of F In the event of a puncture, use the and after changing one or more wheels.
this warning lamp, accompanied by temporary puncture repair kit or the spare
an audible signal and, depending on wheel (depending on equipment),
equipment, the display of a message. or
F if you have a compressor, such as the one
F Reduce speed immediately, avoid in the temporary puncture repair kit, check Before reinitialising the system, ensure
excessive steering movements and sudden the pressures of the four tyres when cold, that the pressures of the four tyres are
braking or correct for the use of the vehicle and in
F Stop the vehicle as soon as it is safe to do F if it is not possible to make this check line with the recommendations on the
so. immediately, drive carefully at reduced tyre pressure label.
speed.
The loss of pressure detected does not
always cause visible bulging of the tyre.
Do not satisfy yourself with just a visual The alert is maintained until the system
check. is reinitialised. The under-inflation detection system
does not give a warning if a pressure is
incorrect at the time of reinitialisation.

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Without touch screen With touch screen Operating fault

The flashing and then fixed illumination of the


under-inflation warning lamp accompanied
by illumination of the Service warning lamp
indicates a fault with the system.

In this case, under-inflation monitoring of the


Reinitialisation of the system is done with the tyres is no longer assured.
F With the ignition on and the ignition on and the vehicle stationary. Have the system checked by a PEUGEOT

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vehicle stationary, press this F Press the MENU button for dealer or a qualified workshop.
button for about 3 seconds then access to the different menus.
release it, an audible signal
confirms the reinitialisation.
F Select the "Driving" menu.

Before doing anything to the system,


F Press "Under-inflation the pressures of the four tyres must be
The under-inflation alert can only be
initialisation". checked and the system reinitialised.
relied on if the reinitialisation of the
system has been done with the pressures
F Confirm the instruction by pressing "Yes",
in the four tyres correctly adjusted.
an audible signal and a message confirm
the reinitialisation.
Snow chains
The new pressure settings registered The system does not have to be
are considered to be reference values reinitialised after fitting or removing
by the system. snow chains.

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Safety

Electronic stability control (ESC)


A set of the following Electronic Stability Definitions
systems:
- anti-lock braking system (ABS) and Anti-lock braking system (ABS) Anti-slip regulation (ASR)
electronic brake force distribution (EBFD), and electronic brake force This system (also known as Traction Control)
- emergency braking assistance, distribution (EBFD) optimises traction in order to avoid wheel
- wheel anti-slip regulation (ASR) or traction These systems improve the stability and slip by acting on the brakes of the driving
control, manoeuvrability of your vehicle when braking wheels and on the engine. It also improves
- dynamic stability control (DSC). and contribute towards improved control in the directional stability of the vehicle on
corners, in particular on poor or slippery road acceleration.
surfaces.
The ABS prevents wheel lock in the event of
emergency braking.
The electronic brake force distribution system
manages the braking pressure wheel by wheel.

Emergency braking assistance Dynamic stability control


In an emergency, this system enables you to (DSC)
reach the optimum braking pressure more If there is a difference between the path
quickly and therefore reduce the stopping followed by the vehicle and that required by the
distance. driver, this system monitors each wheel and
It is triggered in relation to the speed at which automatically acts on the brake of one or more
the brake pedal is pressed. This is felt by a wheels and on the engine to return the vehicle
reduction in the resistance of the pedal and an to the required path, within the limits of the laws
increase in the effectiveness of the braking. of physics.

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Operation
Anti-lock braking system (ABS) When changing wheels (tyres and rims),
and electronic brake force make sure that these are approved for
distribution (EBFD) your vehicle.
Normal operation of the ABS may make
When this warning lamp comes on, itself felt by slight vibrations of the brake
accompanied by an audible signal pedal.
and a message, it indicates that
there is a fault with the ABS, which
could cause loss of control of the vehicle when
In emergency braking, press
braking.
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pressure.
When this warning lamp comes on,
coupled with the STOP warning
lamp, accompanied by an audible
signal and a message, it indicates
that there is a fault with the electronic brake
force distribution (EBFD), which could cause
loss of control of the vehicle when braking.
You must stop as soon as it is safe to do so.
In both cases, contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a
qualified workshop.

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Operating fault
If this warning lamp comes on,
accompanied by an audible signal
But it is recommended that the system be
and a message in the screen, this
reactivated as soon as possible.
indicates a fault with the system.
F Press the button or, depending Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
on version, turn the knob to this workshop to have the system checked.
position.
Dynamic stability control (DSC)
The indicator lamp in the button or the knob
and anti-slip regulation (ASR)
comes on: the DSC system no longer acts on
the operation of the engine. The DSC system offers exceptional
Activation
safety in normal driving, but this should
These systems are activated automatically Reactivation not encourage the driver to take extra
each time the vehicle is started. The system is reactivated automatically each risks or drive at high speed.
As soon as they detect a problem of grip or time the ignition is switched back on or from The correct operation of the system
trajectory, these systems act on the operation 30 mph (50 km/h). depends on observation of the
of the engine and brakes. manufacturer's recommendations
This is indicated by flashing of this regarding the wheels (tyres and rims),
warning lamp in the instrument panel. the braking components, the electronic
components and the PEUGEOT
assembly and operation procedures.
Deactivation After an impact, have the system
F Press the button again to checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
In exceptional conditions (starting a vehicle
reactivate it manually. qualified workshop.
which is bogged down, stuck in snow, on soft
ground...), it may be advisable to deactivate
the DSC system, so that the wheels can move
freely and regain grip.
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Grip control
Special patented traction control system which
improves traction on snow, mud and sand.
This system, the operation of which has been
optimised for each situation, allows you to
manoeuvre in most conditions of poor grip
(encountered during touring use).

Associated with all-seasons Peak Mountain


Snow Flake tyres, this system offers a
compromise between safety, adhesion and
traction. These tyres work equally well in winter Differents modes are provided:

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and summer.
Standard (ESC) Snow
The accelerator pedal should be pressed This mode is calibrated for a low level of wheel This mode adapts its strategy to the conditions
sufficiently to allow the system to use the power spin, based on the different levels of grip of grip encountered for each of the two front
of the engine. Operation at high engine speeds normally encountered on the road. wheels on moving off.
is completely normal. (mode active up to 30 mph (50 km/h))
F Place the dial in this position. F Place the dial in this position.

A five-position selector allows you to choose


the setting best suited to the driving conditions
encountered.
An indicator lamp associated with each mode Every time the ignition is switched off,
comes on to confirm your choice. the system automatically resets to this
A specific and additional display appears mode.
temporarily in the touch screen to confirm the
selection made with the knob.

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You can deactivate certain functions of the


ESC (ASR and DSC) by turning the dial to the
"OFF" position.
These functions are reactivated automatically
from 30 mph (50 km/h) or every time the
ignition is switched back on.

Driving advice
Your vehicle is designed principally to
All terrain (mud, damp grass, ...) Sand drive on tarmac roads but it allows you
This mode, when moving off, allows This mode allows little spin on the two driving to drive on other less passable terrain
considerable spin on the wheel with the least wheels at the same time to allow the vehicle to occasionally.
grip to optimise clearing of the mud and regain move forward and limit the risks of getting stuck However, it does not permit off-road
grip. At the same time, the wheel with the most in the sand. driving such as:
grip is controlled in such a way as to pass as (mode active up to 75 mph (120 km/h)) - crossing and driving on terrain
much torque as possible. which could damage the underbody
When moving, the system optimises wheel spin F Place the dial in this position. or strip away components (fuel
to respond to the driver's requirements as fully pipe, fuel cooler...) due to obstacles
as possible. or stones in particular,
(mode active up to 50 mph (80 km/h)) - driving on terrain with steep
Do not use the other modes on sand as the
gradients and poor grip,
vehicle may become stuck.
- crossing a stream.
F Place the dial in this position.

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Active City Brake


Active City Brake is a driving assistance Principle Conditions for activation
system that aims to avoid a frontal collision
or reduce the speed of an impact if the driver Active City Brake only operates if the following
does not react sufficiently (inadequate brake conditions are met:
application). ● ignition on,
● the vehicle is in a forward gear,
● speed is between about 3 and 18 mph
(5 and 30 km/h),
This system is designed to improve driving safety. ● the braking assistance systems (ABS,
It remains the driver's responsibility to EBFD, emergency braking assistance) are
continuously monitor the state of the traffic and not faulty,
to assess the distances and relative speeds of ● the trajectory control systems (ASR, DSC)
other vehicles. are not deactivated or faulty,
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Active City Brake can in no circumstances replace Using a laser sensor located at the top of the
the need for vigilance on the part of the driver. windscreen, this system detects a vehicle ● the system has not been triggered during
running in the same direction or stationary the previous 10 seconds.
ahead of your vehicle.
When necessary, the vehicle's braking system
Never look at the laser sensor through is operated automatically to avoid a collision
an optical instrument (magnifying glass, with the vehicle ahead.
microscope...) at a distance of less than
10 centimetres: risk of eye injury.
Automatic braking occurs later than if
done by the driver, so as to intervene
only when there is a high risk of
collision.

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Operation
When your vehicle is too close to or
The triggering of the system may cause
approaches the vehicle ahead too quickly the
the engine to stall, unless the driver
system automatically applies the brakes to
depresses the clutch pedal quickly
avoid a collision.
enough during automatic braking.
You are then alerted by the display of a
message.
The brake lamps on your vehicle come on to
warn other road users.
During automatic braking, the driver
can always obtain a higher rate of
The collision can be avoided automatically if the
deceleration than that controlled by the
difference in speed between your vehicle and the
system, by pressing firmly on the brake
vehicle ahead does not exceed 9 mph (15 km/h).
pedal.
Above this threshold, the system will do what
is possible to avoid or reduce the accident by
lowering the speed of impact.

The automatic braking may bring the vehicle to


After an impact, the system is
a complete stop if the situation requires it.
automatically put out of service: it no
In this case, the vehicle is held stationary
longer operates.
temporarily (for about 1.5 seconds) to allow
You must go to a PEUGEOT dealer or a
the driver to take back control by pressing the
qualified workshop to have the system
brake pedal.
made operational again.

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Safety

Deactivation Operating limits


The system is deactivated in the vehicle With the touch screen The system only detects vehicles that are
configuration menu, accessible with the ignition on. stationary or moving in the same direction as
Its state is memorised when the ignition is switched your vehicle.
off.

It does not detect small vehicles


(bicycles, motorcycles), pedestrians or
When the system is deactivated, a
animals, nor non-reflective stationary
message is displayed every time the
objects.
ignition is switched on, to warn you.

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the driver:
- accelerates strongly
F Press the "MENU" button. - or turns the steering wheel suddenly
F Select the "Driving" menu. (avoiding manoeuvre).
F In the secondary page, select "Vehicle
settings".
F Select the "Driving assistance" tab.
F Check or uncheck the "Auto emergency
braking" box to activate or deactivate the
system.
F Confirm.

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Operating faults
Sensor fault System fault
In difficult weather conditions (very
The operation of the laser sensor may suffer In the event of a malfunction of the system, you
heavy rain, snow, fog, hail...), braking
interference from accumulations of dirt or are warned by an audible signal and the display
distances increase, which can reduce
misting of the windscreen. In this case you are of the message "Automatic braking system
the ability of the system to avoid a
warned by the display of a message. fault".
collision.
Use the windscreen demisting and regularly Have the system checked by a PEUGEOT
The driver must therefore remain
clean the area of the windscreen in front of the dealer or a qualified workshop.
particularly vigilant.
sensor.

Do not stick or otherwise fix any object on In the event of an impact to the
the windscreen in front of the sensor. windscreen at the sensor, deactivate
Never leave accumulations of snow or
any object projecting above the bonnet the system and contact a PEUGEOT
or in front of the roof: this might fall into dealer or a qualified workshop to have
the field of vision of the sensor and your windscreen replaced.
generate a detection.

Never try to remove, adjust or test the


sensor.
Only a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
workshop is able to work on the system.

When towing a trailer or when the


vehicle is being towed, the system must
be deactivated.

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Safety

Seat belts
Front seat belts

Fastening
F Pull the strap, then insert the tongue in the
buckle.
Height adjustment
F To lower the attachment point, squeeze the
control A and slide it downwards.
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F Check that the seat belt is fastened F To raise the attachment point, slide the
The front seat belts are fitted with a correctly by pulling the strap. control A upwards.
pretensioning and force limiting system.
This system improves safety in the front
seats in the event of a front or side impact.
Depending on the severity of the impact, the
Unfastening
pretensioning system instantly tightens the seat F Press the red button on the buckle.
belts against the body of the occupants. F Guide the seat belt as it reels in.
The pretensioning seat belts are active when
the ignition is on.
The force limiter reduces the pressure of the
seat belt on the chest of the occupant, so
improving their protection.

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Safety

Rear seat belts

Seat belt not fastened /


unfastened warning lamp in the
instrument panel
When the ignition is switched on,
this warning lamp comes on in the
instrument panel.
It remains on for a certain time if the front
passenger has not fastened their seat belt.
After this time, the warning lamp goes off if the
driver's seat belt is fastened.
From approximately 12 mph (20 km/h) this
warning lamp flashes for 2 minutes if the driver The rear seats are each fitted with a three-point
and/or front passenger has not fastened their seat belt.
seat belt, accompanied by an audible signal of
increasing volume. Once these 2 minutes have
elapsed, this warning lamp remains on until the Fastening Unfastening
driver and/or the front passenger fastens their F Pull the strap, then insert the tongue in F Press the red button on the buckle.
seat belt. the buckle. F Guide the seat belt as it reels in.
F Check that the seat belt is fastened
correctly by pulling the strap.

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Advice Recommendations for children


The driver must ensure that passengers use In order to be effective, a seat belt must: Use a suitable child seat if the passenger is
the seat belts correctly and that they are all - be tightened as close to the body as less than 12 years old or shorter than one
fastened before setting off. possible, and a half metres.
Wherever you are seated in the vehicle, - be pulled in front of you with a smooth Never use the same seat belt to secure more
always fasten your seat belt, even for short movement, checking that it does not than one person.
journeys. twist, Never allow a child to travel on your lap.
Do not interchange the seat belt buckles as - be used to restrain only one person, For more information on child seats, refer to
they will not fulfil their role fully. - not bear any trace of cuts or fraying, the corresponding section.
The seat belts are fitted with an inertia reel - not be converted or modified to avoid
permitting automatic adjustment of the affecting its performance.
length of the strap to your size. The seat belt In accordance with current safety
is stowed automatically when not in use. regulations, for all repairs on your vehicle's
Before and after use, ensure that the seat seat belts, go to a qualified workshop with
belt is reeled in correctly. the skills and equipment needed, which a In the event of an impact

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The lower part of the strap must be PEUGEOT dealer is able to provide. Depending on the nature and
positioned as low as possible on the pelvis. Have your seat belts checked regularly by a seriousness of the impact, the
The upper part must be positioned in the PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop, pretensioning device may be deployed
hollow of the shoulder. particularly if the straps show signs of before and independently of the airbags.
The inertia reels are fitted with an automatic damage. Deployment of the pretensioners is
locking device which comes into operation in Clean the seat belt straps with soapy accompanied by a slight discharge of
the event of a collision, emergency braking water or a textile cleaning product, sold by harmless smoke and a noise, due to the
or if the vehicle rolls over. You can release PEUGEOT dealers. activation of the pyrotechnic cartridge
the device by pulling the strap firmly and After folding or moving a seat or rear bench incorporated in the system.
then releasing it so that it reels in slightly. seat, ensure that the seat belt is positioned In all cases, the airbag warning lamp comes
and reeled in correctly. on.
Following an impact, have the seat belts
system checked, and if necessary replaced,
by a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
workshop.

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Safety

Airbags
General information Front airbags
System designed to contribute towards
improving the safety of the occupants (with
the exception of the rear centre passenger)
in the event of violent collisions. The airbags
supplement the action of the seat belts fitted
with force limiters (all except the centre rear
passenger belt).
If a collision occurs, the electronic detectors
record and analyse the front and side impacts
sustained in the impact detection zones:
- in the case of a serious impact, the airbags
are deployed instantly and contribute Impact detection zones System which protects the driver and front
towards better protection of the occupants passenger in the event of a serious front
of the vehicle (with the exception of the A. Front impact zone.
impact, in order to limit the risk of injury to the
rear centre passenger); immediately after B. Side impact zone.
head and thorax.
the impact, the airbags deflate rapidly so
The driver's airbag is fitted in the centre of the
that they do not hinder visibility or the exit
steering wheel; the front passenger's airbag is
of the occupants, Deployment of one or more of the
- in the case of a minor or rear impact or in fitted in the dashboard above the glove box.
airbags is accompanied by a slight
certain roll-over conditions, the airbags
may not be deployed; the seat belt emission of smoke and a noise, due Deployment
alone contributes towards ensuring your to the activation of the pyrotechnic
The airbags are deployed, except the passenger's
protection in these situations. cartridge incorporated in the system.
front airbag if it has been deactivated, in the event
This smoke is not harmful, but sensitive
of a serious front impact to all or part of the front
The airbags do not operate when the individuals may experience slight
impact zone A, in the longitudinal centreline of the
ignition is switched off. irritation.
vehicle on a horizontal plane and directed from the
The noise of detonation associated with
This equipment will only deploy once. front to the rear of the vehicle.
the deployment of one or more airbags
If a second impact occurs (during the The front airbag inflates between the thorax and
may result in a slight loss of hearing for
same or a subsequent accident), the head of the front occupant of the vehicle and the
a short time.
airbag will not be deployed again. steering wheel, driver's side, and the dashboard,
passenger's side to cushion their forward
movement.
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To assure your child's safety, you


must deactivate the passenger's front
airbag when you install a rearward
facing child seat on the front passenger
seat. Otherwise, the child risks being
seriously injured or killed if the airbag is
deployed.

Deactivation Reactivation Operating fault


Only the passenger's front airbag can be When you remove the rearward facing child If this warning lamp comes on in the
deactivated. seat, with the ignition on, turn the switch to instrument panel, you must contact

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F With the ignition off, insert the key into the "ON" position to reactivate the airbag and a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
the passenger airbag deactivation switch. so assure the safety of your front passenger in workshop without delay to have the
F Turn it to the "OFF" position, the event of an impact. system checked. The airbags may no longer be
F Remove the key keeping the switch in the deployed in the event of a serious impact.
new position.

When the ignition is on, this warning


lamp comes on in the instrument
panel while the airbag is deactivated.

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Safety

Lateral airbags
Deployment
The curtain airbag is deployed at the same
time as the corresponding lateral airbag in the
event of a serious side impact applied to all or
part of the side impact zone B, perpendicular
to the longitudinal centreline of the vehicle on a
horizontal plane and directed from the outside
towards the inside of the vehicle.
The curtain airbag inflates between the front or
rear occupant of the vehicle and the windows.

System which protects the driver and front Impact detection zones Operating fault
passenger in the event of a serious side impact
A. Front impact zone. If this warning lamp comes on in the
in order to limit the risk of injury to the chest,
B. Side impact zone. instrument panel, you must contact
between the hip and the shoulder.
a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
Each lateral airbag is fitted in the seat backrest
workshop to have the system checked. The
frame, door side.
airbags may no longer be deployed in the event
of a serious impact.
Deployment Curtain airbags
A lateral airbag is deployed unilaterally in the System which contributes towards improving
event of a serious side impact applied to all or the protection of the driver and passengers In the event of a minor impact or bump
part of the side impact zone B, perpendicular (with the exception of the rear centre on the side of the vehicle or if the
to the longitudinal centreline of the vehicle on a passenger) in the event of a serious side vehicle rolls over, the airbag may not be
horizontal plane and directed from the outside impact in order to limit the risk of injury to the deployed.
towards the inside of the vehicle. side of the head. In the event of a rear or front collision,
The lateral airbag inflates between the hip and Each curtain airbag is built into the pillars and the airbag is not deployed.
shoulder of the front occupant of the vehicle the upper passenger compartment area.
and the corresponding door trim panel.
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Advice
For the airbags to be fully Even if all of the precautions mentioned Lateral airbags
effective, observe the safety are observed, a risk of injury or of minor
Use only approved covers on the seats,
recommendations below: burns to the head, chest or arms when an
compatible with the deployment the lateral
airbag is deployed cannot be ruled out. The
Sit in a normal upright position. airbags. For information on the range of seat
bag inflates almost instantly (within a few
Wear a correctly adjusted seat belt. covers suitable for your vehicle, you can
milliseconds) then deflates within the same
Do not leave anything between the contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
time discharging the hot gas via openings
occupants and the airbags (a child, pet, For more information on accessories, refer
provided for this purpose.
object...), nor fix or attach anything close to to the corresponding section.
the inflation trajectory of the airbags; this Do not fix or attach anything to the seat
could cause injuries during their deployment. backs (clothing...). This could cause injury
Never modify the original definition of your to the chest or arms if the lateral airbag is
vehicle, particularly in the area directly Front airbags deployed.
around the airbags. Do not drive holding the steering wheel by its Do not sit with the upper part of the body any

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After an accident or if the vehicle has been spokes or resting your hands on the centre nearer to the door than necessary.
stolen or broken into, have the airbag part of the wheel.
systems checked. Passengers must not place their feet on the
All work on the airbag system must be dashboard.
carried out by a PEUGEOT dealer or a Do not smoke as deployment of the airbags
qualified workshop. can cause burns or the risk of injury from a Curtain airbags
cigarette or pipe.
Do not fix or attach anything to the roof. This
Never remove or pierce the steering wheel or
could cause injury to the head if the curtain
hit it violently.
airbag is deployed.
Do not fit or attach anything to the steering
If fitted on your vehicle, do not remove the
wheel or dashboard, this could cause
grab handles installed on the roof, they play
injuries with deployment of the airbags.
a part in securing the curtain airbags.

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Child safety

Carrying children
Although one of PEUGEOT's main criteria when designing your vehicle, the safety of your children At the rear
also depends on you.
Rearward facing
General points PEUGEOT recommends that children When a rearward facing child seat is installed
For maximum safety, please observe the should travel in the outer rear seats of on a rear passenger seat, move the vehicle's
following recommendations: your vehicle: front seat forward and straighten the backrest
- in accordance with European regulations, - "rearward facing" up to the age of 3, so that the rearward facing child seat does not
all children under the age of 12 or less - "forward facing" over the age of 3. touch the vehicle's front seat.
than one and a half metres tall must
Remove and stow the head restraint before
travel in approved child seats suited to
installing a child seat with backrest on a
their weight, on seats fitted with a seat
passenger seat.
belt or ISOFIX mountings*,
Refit the head restraint once the child seat has
- statistically, the safest seats in your
been removed.
vehicle for carrying children are the
rear seats,
Forward facing
- a child weighing less than 9 kg must
travel in the rearward facing position When a forward facing child seat is installed
both in the front and in the rear. on a rear passenger seat, move the vehicle's
front seat forward and straighten the backrest
so that the legs of the child in the forward
facing child seat do not touch the vehicle's front
seat.

Ensure that the seat belt is correctly


tensioned.
For child seats with a support leg,
ensure that this is in firm contact with
the floor. If necessary, adjust the front
* The regulations on carrying children are seat of the vehicle.
specific to each country. Refer to the
legislation in force in your country.
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Child safety

In the front*

Rearward facing Forward facing Passenger seat adjusted to the intermediate


longitudinal and highest position.
When a rearward-facing child seat is installed When a forward-facing child seat is installed on
on the front passenger seat, adjust the the front passenger seat, adjust the vehicle's

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seat to: seat to:
- the intermediate longitudinal position, with - the intermediate longitudinal position, with
the backrest straightened for a seat without the backrest straightened for a seat without
height adjuster, height adjuster,
- the intermediate longitudinal position - the intermediate longitudinal position
and highest position, with the backrest and highest position, with the backrest
straightened for a seat with height adjuster. straightened for a seat with height adjuster.
The passenger airbag must be deactivated. The passenger's airbag must remain activated. Ensure that the seat belt is correctly
Otherwise, the child would risk being tensioned.
seriously injured or killed if the airbag were For child seats with a support leg,
deployed. ensure that this is in steady contact with
the floor. If not, adjust the passenger
seat.
* Refer to the legislation in your country before
installing your child in this seating position.
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Deactivating the passenger's The warning label present on both sides of the
front airbag passenger's sun visor repeats this advice. In
line with current legislation, the following tables
contain this warning in all of the languages
required.
Passenger airbag OFF
Never install a rearward facing child
restraint system on a seat protected by
an active front airbag. This could cause
the death of the child or serious injury.

Only the passenger's front airbag can be


deactivated.
F With the ignition off, introduce the key into
the passenger airbag deactivation switch.
F Turn it to the "OFF" position.
F Remove the key, leaving the switch in this
position.

When the ignition is on, this warning lamp


comes on in the instrument panel and
stays on while the airbag is deactivated.

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AR

BG НИКОГА НЕ инсталирайте детско столче на седалка с АКТИВИРАНА предна ВЪЗДУШНА ВЪЗГЛАВНИЦА. Това може да причини
СМЪРТ или СЕРИОЗНО НАРАНЯВАНЕ на детето.
CS NIKDY neumisťujte dětské zádržné zařízení orientované směrem dozadu na sedadlo chráněné AKTIVOVANÝM čelním AIRBAGEM. Hrozí
nebezpečí SMRTI DÍTĚTE nebo VÁŽNÉHO ZRANĚNÍ.
DA Brug ALDRIG en bagudvendt barnestol på et sæde, der er beskyttet af en AKTIV AIRBAG. BARNET risikerer at blive ALVORLIGT
KVÆSTET eller DRÆBT.
DE Montieren Sie auf einem Sitz mit AKTIVIERTEM Front-Airbag NIEMALS einen Kindersitz oder eine Babyschale entgegen der Fahrtrichtung,
das Kind könnte schwere oder sogar tödliche Verletzungen erleiden.
EL Μη χρησιμοποιείτε ΠΟΤΕ παιδικό κάθισμα με την πλάτη του προς το εμπρός μέρος του αυτοκινήτου, σε μια θέση που προστατεύεται από
ΜΕΤΩΠΙΚΟ αερόσακο που είναι ΕΝΕΡΓΟΣ. Αυτό μπορεί να έχει σαν συνέπεια το ΘΑΝΑΤΟ ή το ΣΟΒΑΡΟ ΤΡΑΥΜΑΤΙΣΜΟ του ΠΑΙΔΙΟΥ
EN NEVER use a rearward facing child restraint on a seat protected by an ACTIVE AIRBAG in front of it, DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY to the
CHILD can occur
ES NO INSTALAR NUNCA un sistema de retención para niños de espaldas al sentido de la marcha en un asiento protegido mediante un
AIRBAG frontal ACTIVADO, ya que podría causar lesiones GRAVES o incluso la MUERTE del niño.
ET Ärge MITTE KUNAGI paigaldage "seljaga sõidusuunas" lapseistet juhi kõrvalistmele, mille ESITURVAPADI on AKTIVEERITUD. Turvapadja
avanemine võib last TÕSISELT või ELUOHTLIKULT vigastada.
FI ÄLÄ KOSKAAN aseta lapsen turvaistuinta selkä ajosuuntaan istuimelle, jonka edessä suojana on käyttöön aktivoitu TURVATYYNY. Sen

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laukeaminen voi aiheuttaa LAPSEN KUOLEMAN tai VAKAVAN LOUKKAANTUMISEN.
FR NE JAMAIS installer de système de retenue pour enfants faisant face vers l’arrière sur un siège protégé par un COUSSIN GONFLABLE
frontal ACTIVÉ.
Cela peut provoquer la MORT de l’ENFANT ou le BLESSER GRAVEMENT
HR NIKADA ne postavljati dječju sjedalicu leđima u smjeru vožnje na sjedalo zaštićeno UKLJUČENIM prednjim ZRAČNIM JASTUKOM. To bi
moglo uzrokovati SMRT ili TEŠKU OZLJEDU djeteta.
HU SOHA ne használjon menetiránynak háttal beszerelt gyermekülést AKTIVÁLT (BEKAPCSOLT) FRONTLÉGZSÁKKAL védett ülésen. Ez a
gyermek HALÁLÁT vagy SÚLYOS SÉRÜLÉSÉT okozhatja.
IT NON installare MAI seggiolini per bambini posizionati in senso contrario a quello di marcia su un sedile protetto da un AIRBAG frontale
ATTIVATO. Ciò potrebbe provocare la MORTE o FERITE GRAVI al bambino.
LT NIEKADA neįrenkite vaiko prilaikymo priemonės su atgal atgręžtu vaiku ant sėdynės, kuri saugoma VEIKIANČIOS priekinės ORO
PAGALVĖS. Išsiskleidus oro pagalvei vaikas gali būti MIRTINAI arba SUNKIAI TRAUMUOTAS.
LV NEKAD NEuzstādiet uz aizmuguri vērstu bērnu sēdeklīti priekšējā pasažiera sēdvietā, kurā ir AKTIVIZĒTS priekšējais DROŠĪBAS GAISA
SPILVENS.
Tas var izraisīt BĒRNA NĀVI vai radīt NOPIETNUS IEVAINOJUMUS.

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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

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 LEVENSGEVAARLIJK GEWOND RAKEN
NO Installer ALDRI et barnesete med ryggen mot kjøreretningen i et sete som er beskyttet med en frontal AKTIVERT KOLLISJONSPUTE,
BARNET risikerer å bli DREPT eller HARDT SKADET.
PL NIGDY nie instalować fotelika dziecięcego w pozycji "tyłem do kierunku jazdy" na siedzeniu wyposażonym w CZOŁOWĄ PODUSZKĘ
POWIETRZNĄ w stanie AKTYWNYM. Może to doprowadzić do ŚMIERCI DZIECKA lub spowodować u niego POWAŻNE OBRAŻENIA
CIAŁA.

PT NUNCA instale um sistema de retenção para crianças de costas para a estrada num banco protegido por um AIRBAG frontal ACTIVADO.
Esta instalação poderá provocar FERIMENTOS GRAVES ou a MORTE da CRIANÇA.
RO Nu instalati NICIODATA un sistem de retinere pentru copii, dispus cu spatele in directia de mers, pe un loc din vehicul protejat cu AIRBAG
frontal ACTIVAT. Aceasta ar putea provoca MOARTEA COPILULUI sau RANIREA lui GRAVA.
RU ВО ВСЕХ СЛУЧАЯХ ЗАПРЕЩАЕТСЯ использовать обращенное назад детское удерживающее устройство на сиденье,
защищенном ФУНКЦИОНИРУЮЩЕЙ ПОДУШКОЙ БЕЗОПАСНОСТИ, установленной перед этим сиденьем.
Это может привести к ГИБЕЛИ РЕБЕНКА или НАНЕСЕНИЮ ЕМУ СЕРЬЕЗНЫХ ТЕЛЕСНЫХ ПОВРЕЖДЕНИЙ

SK NIKDY neinštalujte detské zádržné zariadenie orientované smerom dozadu na sedadlo chránené AKTIVOVANÝM čelným AIRBAGOM.
Mohlo by dôjsť k SMRTEĽNÉMU alebo VÁŽNEMU PORANENIU DIEŤAŤA.
SL NIKOLI ne nameščajte otroškega sedeža s hrbtom v smeri vožnje, če je VARNOSTNA BLAZINA pred sprednjim sopotnikovim sedežem
AKTIVIRANA. Takšna namestitev lahko povzroči SMRT OTROKA ali HUDE POŠKODBE.
SR NIKADA ne koristite dečje sedište koje se okreće unazad na sedištu zaštićenim AKTIVNIM VAZDUŠNIM JASTUKOM ispred njega, jer
mogu nastupiti SMRT ili OZBILJNA POVREDA DETETA.
SV Passagerarkrockkudden fram MÅSTE vara avaktiverad om en bakåtvänd bilbarnstol installeras på denna plats. Annars riskerar barnet att
DÖDAS eller SKADAS ALLVARLIGT.
TR KESİNLKLE HAVA YASTIĞI AKTİF olan ön koltuğa yüzü arkaya dönük bir çocuk koltuğu yerleştirmeyiniz. Bu ÇOCUĞUN ÖLMESİNE veya
ÇOK AĞIR YARALANMASINA sebep olabilir.

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Child seats recommended by


PEUGEOT
PEUGEOT offers a range of recommended child seats which are secured using a three point
seat belt.

Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg

L1
"RÖMER Baby-Safe Plus"
Installed in the rearward facing position.

Groups 2 and 3: from 15 to 36 kg

L4
"KLIPPAN Optima"
From 22 kg (approximately 6 years), the booster is used on its own.
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L5
"RÖMER KIDFIX"
Can be fitted to the vehicle's ISOFIX mountings.
The child is restrained by the seat belt.

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Locations for child seats secured with


the seat belt
In accordance with the European regulation, this table indicates the options for the installation of 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 From 15 to 25 kg From 22 to 36 kg


Seat (groups 0 (b) and 0+) (group 1) (group 2) (group 3)
Up to 1 year approx From 1 to 3 years approx From 3 to 6 years approx From 6 to 10 years approx

Front passenger seat (c)

- with height adjustment U(R) U(R) U(R) U(R)

- without height adjustment U U U U

Outer rear seats (d) U U U U

Centre rear seat X X X X

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(a) Universal child seat: child seat which can be installed in all vehicles using the seat belt.
Remove and stow the head restraint
(b) Group 0: from birth to 10 kg. Infant car seats and "car cots" cannot be installed on the front
before installing a child seat on a
passenger seat.
passenger seat.
(c) Consult the legislation in force in your country before installing your child on this seat.
Refit the head restraint once the child
(d) To install a child seat on a rear seat, rearward facing or forward facing, move the front seat
seat has been removed.
forward, then straighten the backrest to allow enough space for the child seat and the child's
legs.
U: s eat suitable for the installation of a child seat secured using the seat belt and universally
approved rearward facing and/or forward facing.
U(R): a  s for U, the vehicle seat must be adjusted to the highest position and the intermediate
longitudinal position.
X: seating position not suitable for the installation of a child seat of the weight group indicated.

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Advice

The incorrect installation of a child seat in a For optimum installation of the forward facing Installing a booster seat
vehicle compromises the child's protection in child seat, ensure that the back of the child
The chest part of the seat belt must be
the event of an accident. seat is as close as possible to the backrest
positioned on the child's shoulder without
Ensure that there is no seat belt or seat belt of the vehicle's seat, in contact if possible.
touching the neck.
buckle under the child seat, as this could You must remove the head restraint before
Ensure that the lap part of the seat belt
destabilise it. installing a child seat with backrest to a
passes correctly over the child's thighs.
Remember to fasten the seat belts or the passenger seat.
PEUGEOT recommends the use of a booster
child seat harnesses keeping the slack Ensure that the head restraint is stored or
seat which has a back, fitted with a seat belt
relative to the child's body to a minimum, attached securely to prevent it from being
guide at shoulder level.
even for short journeys. thrown around the vehicle in the event of
When installing a child seat using the seat sharp braking. Refit the head restraint when
belt, ensure that the seat belt is tightened the child seat is removed.
correctly on the child seat and that it secures
the child seat firmly on the seat of your
vehicle. If your passenger seat is adjustable, Children at the front As a safety precaution, do not leave:
move it forwards if necessary. - a child or children alone and
The legislation on carrying children on the
At rear seating positions, always leave unsupervised in a vehicle,
front passenger seat is specific to each
sufficient space between the front seat and: - a child or an animal in a vehicle which
country. Refer to the legislation in force in
- a rearward facing child seat, is exposed to the sun, with the windows
your country.
- the child's feet for a child seat fitted closed,
Deactivate the passenger's front airbag
forward facing. - the keys within reach of children inside
when a rearward facing child seat is installed
To do this, move the front seat forwards the vehicle.
on the front passenger seat.
and, if necessary, move its backrest into the To prevent accidental opening of the doors
Otherwise, the child risks being seriously
upright position. and rear windows, use the child lock.
injured or killed if the airbag is deployed.
Take care not to open the rear windows by
more than one third.
To protect young children from the rays of
the sun, fit side blinds on the rear windows.

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"ISOFIX" mountings
Your vehicle has been approved in accordance The ISOFIX child seats are fitted with two
with the latest ISOFIX regulation. latches which are secured on the two rings A.
The seats, represented below, are fitted with Some seats also have an upper strap, known
regulation ISOFIX mountings: as the TOP TETHER, which is attached to
ring B.

To secure the child seat to the TOP TETHER:


- remove and stow the head restraint before
installing the child seat in this seating
position (refit it once the child seat has
been removed),
- a ring B behind the seat for fixing the upper - pass the strap of the child seat over the top
strap, referred to as the TOP TETHER. of the seat backrest, centred between the
apertures for the head restraint rods,
- fix the hook of the upper strap to the ring B,
The TOP TETHER is used to secure the - tighten the upper strap.

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upper strap of child seats that have one. This
arrangement limits the forward tipping of the
child seat in the event of a front impact. The incorrect installation of a child seat
This ISOFIX mounting system provides fast, in a vehicle compromises the child's
reliable and safe fitting of the child seat in your protection in the event of an accident.
vehicle. Follow the instructions for fitting child
seats contained in the installation guide
When fitting an ISOFIX child seat to the left supplied with the child seat.
hand rear seat, before fitting the seat, first
There are three rings for each seat:
move the centre rear seat belt towards the
- two rings A, located between the vehicle For information on the possibilities for
middle of the vehicle, so as to avoid the seat
seat back and cushion, indicated by a installing ISOFIX child seats in your
interfering with the operation of the seat belt.
marking, vehicle, refer to the summary table.

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ISOFIX child seats recommended by PEUGEOT


"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 support leg, adjustable for height, which sits on the vehicle's floor.
This seat can be secured with a seat belt. In this case, only the shell is used and attached
to the vehicle's seat by the three-point seat belt.

Baby P2C Midi and its ISOFIX base (size categories: D, C, A, B, B1)

Group 1: from 9 to 18 kg

Installed "rearward facing" using an ISOFIX base which is attached to the rings A.
The base has a support leg, adjustable for height, which sits on the vehicle's floor.
This child seat can also be used "forward facing".
This seat can not be secured with a seat belt.
We recommend that you use the seat in the "rearward facing" position up to the age of 3 years.

Follow the instructions for fitting child seats contained in the seat manufacturer's installation guide.

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"RÖMER Duo Plus ISOFIX" (size category: B1)

Group 1: from 9 to 18 kg

Installed forward facing.


Attached to the rings A and the upper ring B, referred to as the TOP TETHER, using an upper strap.
Three seat body angles: sitting, reclining, lying down.
This child seat can also be used on seats not equipped with ISOFIX mountings.
In this case, it must be secured to the seat using the three-point seat belt.

FAIR G 0/1 S and its RWF A ISOFIX base (size category C)

Group 0+ and 1: from birth to 18 kg

Installed in the rearward facing position using its ISOFIX base, which is attached to the rings A.

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6 positions of inclination of the shell.
Use the RWF type A ISOFIX base.
This child seat can also be used in a forward facing position
on seating positions not equipped with ISOFIX mountings.
In this case the shell of the child seat must be attached
to the vehicle seat using the three-point seat belt.

Follow the instructions for fitting child seats contained in the seat manufacturer's installation guide.

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Locations for 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.

Weight of the child / indicative age

Less than 10 kg
Less than 10 kg
(group 0)
(group 0) From 9 to 18 kg (group 1)
Less than 13 kg
Up to approx. From approx. 1 to 3 years
(group 0+)
6 months
Up to approx. 1 year

Type of ISOFIX child seat Infant car seat rearward facing rearward facing forward facing

ISOFIX size category F G C D E C D A B B1

Front passenger seat Not ISOFIX

IUF
Outer rear seats X IL-SU* IL-SU IL-SU* IL-SU
IL-SU

Centre rear seat Not ISOFIX

IUF: seat suitable for the installation of an Isofix Universal seat, Forward facing secured using the
Remove and stow the head restraint
upper strap.
before installing a child seat on a
IL-SU: seat suitable for the installation of an Isofix Semi-Universal seat either:
passenger seat.
- rearward facing fitted with an upper strap or a support leg,
Refit the head restraint once the child
- forward facing fitted with a support leg,
seat has been removed.
- an infant car seat fitted with an upper strap or a support leg.
For advice on securing the upper strap, refer to the "ISOFIX mountings" section.
X: seat not suitable for the installation of a child seat for the weight group indicated.

* Vehicle seat in a particular position: move the seats in front of the child forward.
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Child lock Electric operation


Manual operation Electric system, with the control located at the front, for locking the rear doors so that they cannot
be opened using their interior controls.
Mechanical system to prevent opening of a rear
door using its interior lever.
Switching off
The control is located on the edge of each rear F With the ignition on, press this button
door. again.
The indicator lamp in the button goes off,
accompanied by a message to confirm that the
child lock is off.
This indicator lamp remains off while the child
lock is switched off.

Any other status of the indicator lamp


indicates a fault with the electric child
Switching on lock.
Have it checked by a PEUGEOT dealer
F With the ignition on, press this button.
or a qualified workshop.

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The indicator lamp in the button comes on,
accompanied by a message to confirm that the
Locking child lock is on. This system is independent and in no
F Using the ignition key, turn the red control This indicator lamp remains on until the child circumstances does it take the place of
as far as it will go: lock is switched off. the central locking control.
- to the left on the left-hand rear door, It is still possible to open the doors from the Check the state of the child lock every
- to the right on the right-hand rear door. outside and operate the rear electric windows time you switch on the ignition.
from the driver's control panel. Always remove the key from the ignition
when leaving the vehicle, even for a
Unlocking short time.
F Using the ignition key, turn the red control
as far as it will go:
- to the right on the left-hand rear door,
- to the left on the right-hand rear door.

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Fuel tank
Fuel tank capacity: approximately 50 litres.

Low fuel level Refuelling


When the fuel tank minimum level is
reached this warning lamp comes on
in the instrument panel. There remains
approximately 5 litres of fuel in the tank.
When the warning lamp flashes there is
very little fuel remaining in the tank.
You must refuel as soon as possible to avoid
running out of fuel.
For more information on running out of fuel
(Diesel), refer to the corresponding section.

1. Open the fuel filler flap. To fill the tank safely:


The key cannot be removed from the 2. Remove the filler cap. F the engine must be switched off,
lock until the cap is refitted. 3. Hook the filler cap. F open the fuel filler flap by pressing at its
Removing the filler cap may cause an rear 1,
inrush of air. This vacuum is perfectly F insert the key in the cap, then turn it to the
normal and results from the sealing of left 2,
the system.
A self-adhesive label on the inner face of the F remove the cap and hook it onto the clip
filler flap reminds you of the type of fuel to use, located on the inside of the flap 3,
depending on your engine. F fill the tank, but do not continue after the
Additions of fuel must be of at least 5 litres to 3rd cut-off of the pump; this could cause
be registered by the fuel gauge. malfunctions.
With Stop & Start, never refuel with the
system in STOP mode; you must switch
off the ignition with the key.

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Fuel supply cut-off


When you have filled the tank: Your vehicle is fitted with a safety system
F put the cap back in place, that cuts off the supply of fuel in the event of
F turn the key to the right, then remove it an impact.
from the cap,
F close the flap.

If you have put in the wrong fuel for


the engine of your vehicle, you must
have the fuel tank drained and filled
with the correct fuel before starting
the engine.

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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.
Located in the filler neck, the misfuel prevention device appears when the filler cap is removed.

Operation It remains possible to use a fuel can to Travelling abroad


When a petrol filler nozzle is introduced into the fill the tank.
As Diesel fuel pump nozzles may
fuel filler neck of your Diesel vehicle, it comes In order to ensure a good flow of fuel,
be different in other countries, the
into contact with the flap. The system remains do not place the nozzle of the fuel can
presence of the misfuel prevention
closed and prevents filling. in direct contact with the flap of the
device may make refuelling impossible.
Do not persist but introduce a Diesel type misfuel prevention device and pour
Not all Diesel vehicles are fitted with
filler nozzle. slowly.
misfuel protection, so before travelling
abroad, we recommend that you check
with the PEUGEOT dealer network,
whether your vehicle is suitable for the
fuel pumps in the country in which you
intend to travel.

* Depending on the country of sale.


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Fuel used for petrol Fuel used for Diesel


engines engines
The petrol engines are compatible with The Diesel engines are compatible with The use of B20 or B30 fuel meeting standard
E10 bio-petrol (containing 10 % ethanol), biofuels available at the pumps which meet EN16709 is possible in your Diesel engines.
conforming to European standards EN 228 and current and future European standards: However, this use, even occasional, requires
EN 15376. - Diesel fuel that meets standard EN 590 strict application of the special servicing
E85 type fuels (containing up to 85 % ethanol) mixed with a biofuel that meets standard conditions referred to as "Arduous conditions".
are reserved exclusively for vehicles marketed EN 14214, For more information, contact a PEUGEOT
for the use of this type of fuel (BioFlex - Diesel fuel that meets standard EN16734 dealer or a qualified workshop.
vehicles). The quality of the ethanol must mixed with a biofuel that meets standard The use of any other type of (bio)fuel
comply with European standard EN 15293. EN14214 (possibly containing up to 10 % (vegetable or animal oils, pure or diluted,
Fatty Acid Methyl Ester), domestic fuel...) is strictly prohibited (risk of
- Paraffinic Diesel fuel that meets standard damage to the engine and fuel system).
EN15940 mixed with a biofuel that meets Only the use of Diesel fuel additives that meet
standard EN14214 (possibly containing up the standard B715000 is authorised.
to 7 % Fatty Acid Methyl Ester).

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Running out of fuel (Diesel)


On vehicle fitted with HDi engines, the fuel 1.6 litre BlueHDi engines 1.6 litre e-HDi 92 engine
system must be primed if you run out of fuel.
For versions with a manual priming pump, F Add at least 5 litres of Diesel fuel to the F Add at least 5 litres of Diesel fuel to the
refer to the drawing of the corresponding tank. tank.
underbonnet view. F Switch the ignition on (without starting the F Open the bonnet.
If the tank on your vehicle is fitted with engine). F If necessary, unclip the styling cover for
a misfuel prevention device, refer to the F Wait around 6 seconds and switch off the access to the priming pump.
corresponding section. ignition. F Squeeze and release the priming pump
F Repeat the operation 10 times. repeatedly until resistance is felt (there
F Operate the starter motor to start the may be resistance at the first press).
engine. F Operate the starter to start the engine
(if the engine does not start at the first
attempt, wait around 15 seconds before
trying again).
If the engine does not start first time, F If the engine does not start after a
don't keep trying. Start the procedure few attempts, operate the priming pump
again from the beginning. again then start the engine.
F Refit the styling cover and clip it in place.
F Close the bonnet.

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AdBlue® and SCR system


for BlueHDi Diesel engines
To assure respect for the environment and The AdBlue ® is held in a special tank with
Once the AdBlue ® tank is empty, a
conformity with the new Euro 6 emissions a capacity of about 17 litres: this provides
system required by regulations prevents
standard, without adversely affecting the a driving range of about 12 500 miles
starting of the engine.
performance or fuel consumption of Diesel (20 000 km), after which an alert is triggered
If the SCR is faulty, the level of
engines, PEUGEOT has taken the decision to warning you when the reserve remaining is
emissions from your vehicle will no
equip its vehicles with an effective system that enough for just 1 500 miles (2 400 km).
longer meet the Euro 6 standard: your
associates SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction)
vehicle becomes polluting.
with a particle filter (FAP) for the treatment of
In the event of a confirmed fault
exhaust gases.
with the SCR system, you must go
to a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
During each scheduled service of your vehicle workshop as soon as possible: after a
by a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop, running distance of 650 miles
Presentation of the SCR system the AdBlue ® tank is refilled in order to allow (1 100 km), a system will be triggered
normal operation of the SCR system. automatically to prevent engine starting.
Using a fluid called AdBlue ® containing urea,
a catalytic converter turns up to 85% of nitrous
oxides (NOx) into nitrogen and water, which are
harmless to health and the environment.

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If the estimated mileage between two services
is greater than 12 500 miles (20 000 km), we
recommend that you go to a PEUGEOT dealer
or a qualified workshop to have the necessary
top-up carried out.

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Range indicators In the event of the risk of non-starting related to a lack of AdBlue®
Once the AdBlue ® tank is on reserve or after Range greater than 1 500 miles (2 400 km)
The engine start prevention system
detection of a fault with the SCR emissions When the ignition is switched on, no
required by regulations is activated
control system, when the ignition is switched information on range is displayed automatically
automatically once the AdBlue ® tank is
on, an indicator displays an estimate of the in the instrument panel.
empty.
distance that can be covered, the range, before
engine starting is prevented.
In the event of simultaneous system fault and
low AdBlue ® level, the shortest range figure is
the one displayed.

Pressing this button displays the driving range


temporarily.
Above 3 000 miles (5 000 km), the value is not
specified.

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Remaining range between 350 and 1500 miles (600 and 2 400 km) Remaining range between 0 and 350 miles (0 and 600 km) Breakdown related to a lack of AdBlue ®

When switching on the ignition, this warning When switching on the ignition, this warning When switching on the ignition, this warning
lamp comes on, accompanied by an audible lamp flashes, accompanied by an audible lamp flashes, accompanied by an audible
signal and the display of a message (e.g.: "Top signal and the display of a message (e.g. "Top signal and the display of the message "Top up
up emissions additive: Starting prevented in up emissions additive: Starting prevented in emissions additive: Starting prevented".
900 miles") indicating the remaining range 350 miles") indicating the remaining range The AdBlue ® tank is empty: the system required
expressed in miles or kilometres. expressed in miles or kilometres. by regulations prevents engine starting.
When driving, the message is displayed every When driving, the message is displayed every
200 miles (300 km) until the fluid has been 30 seconds until the fluid has been topped-up.
topped-up. Go to a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
Go to a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop to have the AdBlue ® topped-up.

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workshop to have the AdBlue ® topped-up. You can also top-up the tank yourself.
You can also top-up the tank yourself. Otherwise you will not be able to restart your
To be able to start the engine,
For more information on topping-up the engine.
we recommend that you call on a
AdBlue ®, refer to the corresponding section.
PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
workshop for the top-up required.
If you carry out the top-up yourself, it
is essential to add at least 3.8 litres of
For more information on topping-up AdBlue ® to the tank.
the AdBlue ®, refer to the corresponding
section.

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In the event of a fault with the SCR emissions control system

In the event of the detection During an authorised driving phase (between


A system that prevents engine starting
of a fault 650 miles and 0 miles) (1 100 km and 0 km)
is activated automatically from
650 miles (1 100 km) after confirmation
of a fault with the SCR emissions
control system. Have the system
checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
qualified workshop as soon as possible. These warning lamps comes on, accompanied If a fault with the SCR system is confirmed
by an audible signal and the display of the (after 30 miles (50 km) covered with the
message "Emissions fault". permanent display of the message signalling
The alert is triggered when driving when the a fault), these warning lamps come on,
fault is detected for the first time, then when accompanied by an audible signal and the
switching on the ignition for subsequent display of a message (e.g.: "Emissions fault:
journeys, while the fault persists. Starting prevented in 150 miles") indicating
the remaining range expressed in miles or
kilometres.
While driving, the message is displayed every
30 seconds while the fault with the SCR system
If it is a temporary fault, the alert persists.
disappears during the next journey, The alert is repeated when switching on the
after self-diagnosis of the SCR system. ignition.
You should go to a PEUGEOT dealer or a
qualified workshop as soon as possible.
Otherwise, you will not be able to restart your
engine.

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Starting prevented
Freezing of the AdBlue ®

AdBlue ® freezes at temperatures below


around -11°C.
The SCR system includes a heater
for the AdBlue ® tank, allowing you to
Every time the ignition is switched on, these continue driving in very cold conditions.
warning lamps come on, accompanied by an
audible signal and the display of the message
"Emissions fault: Starting prevented".

You have exceeded the authorised


driving limit: the starting prevention
system inhibits engine starting.

To be able to start the engine, you must call on


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Topping-up the AdBlue®


Filling the AdBlue ® tank is an operation Precautions in use Use only AdBlue ® fluid that meets the
included in every routine service on your ISO 22241 standard.
AdBlue ® is a urea-based solution. This liquid is
vehicle by a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
non-flammable, colourless and odourless (kept Never dilute AdBlue ® with water.
workshop.
in a cool area). Never pour AdBlue ® into the Diesel fuel
Nevertheless, given the capacity of the tank, it
In the event of contact with the skin, wash tank.
may be necessary to top-up the fluid between
the affected area with soap and water. In the
services, more particularly if an alert (warning
event of contact with the eyes, wash (irrigate)
lamps and a message) signals the requirement.
the eyes with large amounts of water or with
You can go to a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified The supply in a non-drip bottle simplifies
an eye wash solution for at least 15 minutes.
workshop. topping-up. You can obtain 1.89 litre (half a US
If a burning sensation or irritation persists, get
If you envisage topping-up yourself, please gallon) bottles from a PEUGEOT dealer or a
medical attention.
read the following warnings carefully. qualified workshop.
If swallowed, immediately wash out the mouth
with clean water and then drink plenty of water.
In certain conditions (high ambient temperature,
for example), the risk of release of ammonia Never top-up from an AdBlue ®
cannot be excluded: do not inhale the fluid. dispenser reserved for heavy goods
Ammonia vapour has an irritant effect on vehicles.
mucous membranes (eyes, nose and throat).

Keep AdBlue ® out of the reach of


children, in its original bottle.
Never transfer AdBlue ® to another
container: it would lose its purity.

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Recommendations on storage Procedure


AdBlue ® freezes at about -11°C and Before topping-up, ensure that the vehicle is
deteriorates above 25°C. It is recommended parked on a flat and level surface.
that bottles be stored in a cool area and In wintry conditions, ensure that the
protected from direct sunlight. temperature of the vehicle is above -11°C.
Under these conditions, the fluid can be kept Otherwise the AdBlue ® may be frozen and
for at least a year. so cannot be poured into its tank. Park your
If the additive has frozen, it can be used once it vehicle in a warmer area for a few hours to
has completely thawed out. allow the top-up to be carried out.

Never store bottles of AdBlue ® in your


vehicle. F Switch off the ignition and remove the key.

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the household waste. Place them in a
container provided for this purpose or
take them to your dealer.
Access
F For access to the AdBlue ® tank, raise the
boot carpet then, depending on equipment,
lift out the spare wheel and/or the storage
box.

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Filling Closing
F Pour the contents of the bottle into your F Refit the blue cap to the tank and turn it a
vehicle's AdBlue ® tank. 6th of a turn clockwise, to its stop.
F Wipe away any spillage around the tank F Refit the black cap and turn it a quarter of
filler using a damp cloth. a turn clockwise without pressing. Ensure
that the indicator on the cap lines up with
Opening the indicator on the support.
F Without pressing, turn the black cap a F Depending on equipment, return the spare
quarter turn anti-clockwise and lift it off. wheel and/or the storage box to the bottom
of the boot.
F Refit the boot carpet and close the tailgate.

F Turn the blue cap a 6th of a turn anti-


clockwise.
F Lift off the cap. Important: if your vehicle's AdBlue ®
tank is completely empty - which is
confirmed by the alert messages and
the impossibility of starting the engine,
you must add at least 3.8 litres
Important: in the event of a top-up
(so two 1.89 litre bottles).
after a breakdown because of a lack
of AdBlue®, signalled by the message
"Top up emissions additive: Starting
prevented", you must wait around
5 minutes before switching on the ignition,
If any fluid is split or splashed, wash
without opening the driver's door,
immediately with cold water or wipe with
locking the vehicle or introducing the
a damp cloth.
key into the ignition switch.
If the fluid has crystallised, clean it off
Switch on the ignition, then, after
using a sponge and hot water.
10 seconds, start the engine.

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Temporary puncture repair kit


Repair kit with separate Access to the kit Composition of the kit
sealant cartridge
(depending on version)
This kit comprises a compressor and a sealant
cartridge.
It allows the temporary repair of a tyre.
You are then able to go to the nearest garage.
It can be used for repairing most punctures on
the tread or shoulder of the tyre.
Its compressor can be used to check and
adjust the pressure of the tyre.

This kit is installed in the storage box, under the 1. 12 V compressor, with integral pressure
boot floor. gauge.
2. Sealant cartridge, with integral hose.
3. Speed limit sticker.

The vehicle's electric system allows the


connection of the compressor for long
enough to inflate a tyre after a puncture
repair.
The speed limit sticker must be secured
to the interior of the vehicle in the
driver's field of vision, to remind you
that a wheel is in temporary use.
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Do not exceed a speed of 50 mph
(80 km/h) when driving with a tyre
repaired using this type of kit.

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Repair procedure

F Switch off the ignition. F Uncoil the pipe stowed under the F Remove the valve cap from the tyre to be
F Secure the speed limit sticker inside compressor. repaired, and place it in a clean area.
the vehicle. F Connect the pipe from the compressor to F Connect the hose from the sealant
the sealant cartridge. cartridge to the valve of the tyre to be
F Turn the sealant cartridge and secure it in repaired and tighten firmly.
the cut-out provided on the compressor.
Avoid removing any foreign bodies
which have penetrated into the tyre.

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If after around 5 to 7 minutes the


pressure is not attained, this indicates
that the tyre is not repairable; contact
a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
workshop for assistance.

F Check that the compressor switch is at F Start the compressor by placing the switch
Take care, the sealant product is
the "O" position). at the "I" position and leave it running until
harmful if swallowed and causes
F Uncoil fully the electric cable, stowed under the tyre pressure reaches 2.0 bar.
irritation to the eyes.
the compressor. The sealant product is injected into the tyre
Keep this product out of the reach of
F Connect the compressor's plug to the under pressure; do not disconnect the pipe
children.
vehicle's 12 V socket. from the valve during this operation (risk of

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The use-by date is marked on the
F Switch on the ignition. splashing and stains).
cartridge.
After use, do not discard the
cartridge by the roadside, take it to a
PEUGEOT dealer or an authorised
waste disposal site.
Don't forget to obtain a new sealant
cartridge, available from a PEUGEOT
dealer or a qualified workshop.

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Checking and inflating

F Place the switch in the "O" position. To check and if necessary adjust the tyre F Check that the compressor switch is at
F Remove the kit. pressures. the "O" position.
F Drive immediately for approximately F Uncoil fully the electric cable, stowed under
3 miles (5 kilometres), at reduced F Remove the valve cap from the tyre and the compressor.
speed (between 15 and 35 mph (20 and place it in a clean area. F Connect the compressor's plug to the
60 km/h)), to plug the puncture. F Uncoil the pipe stowed under the vehicle's 12 V socket.
F Stop to check the repair and the tyre compressor. F Switch on the ignition.
pressure using the kit. F Screw the pipe onto the valve and tighten
firmly.

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Tyre under-inflation
detection
After repair of the tyre, the warning
lamp will remain on until the system is
reinitialised.
For more information on under-inflation
detection, refer to the corresponding
section.

F Start the compressor by placing the switch


Should the pressure of one or more
at the "I" position and adjust the pressure
tyres be adjusted, it is necessary to
to the value shown on the vehicle's tyre
reinitialise the under-inflation detection
pressure label.
system.
To deflate: press the black button on the
For more information on under-inflation
compressor pipe, at the valve connector.

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detection, refer to the corresponding
F Once the correct pressure is reached, put
section.
the switch to the "O" position.
F Remove the kit then stow it.

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Repair kit with integral sealant cartridge (depending on version)


This kit comprises a compressor and a sealant cartridge.
It allows the temporary repair of a tyre.
You are then able to go to the nearest garage.
It can be used for repairing most punctures on the tread or shoulder of the tyre.
Its compressor can be used to check and adjust the pressure of the tyre.

Access to the kit

This kit is installed in the storage box, under the List of tools
boot floor.
All of these tools are specific to your vehicle For more information on towing the vehicle,
and can vary according to equipment. Do not refer to the corresponding section.
use them for other purposes.
1. 12 V compressor.
Contains a sealant cartridge for the
temporary repair of a tyre and can also be
used for adjusting tyre pressures.
2. Removable towing eye.

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Description of the kit

A. "Sealant" or "Air" position selector. F. Sealant cartridge.


The speed limit sticker I must be affixed
B. On "I" / off "O" switch. G. White pipe with cap for repair.
to the vehicle's steering wheel to remind
C. Deflation button. H. Black pipe for inflation.
you that a wheel is in temporary use.
D. Pressure gauge (in bars and psi). I. Speed limit sticker.
Do not exceed a speed of 50 mph
E. Compartment housing:
(80 km/h) when driving with a tyre
- a cable with adaptor for 12 V socket,

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repaired using this type of kit.
- various inflation adaptors for
accessories, such as balls,
bicycle tyres...

The vehicle's electric system allows the


connection of the compressor for long
enough to inflate a tyre after a puncture
repair.

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Repair procedure

1. Sealing
F Switch off the ignition. F Uncoil the white pipe G fully. F Connect the compressor's electric plug to
F Turn the selector A to the F Unscrew the cap from the white pipe. the vehicle's 12 V socket.
"sealant" position. F Connect the white pipe to the valve of the F Start the vehicle and leave the engine
F Check that the switch B is in tyre to be repaired. running.
position "O".

Avoid removing any foreign bodies Take care, this product is harmful if
which have penetrated into the tyre. swallowed and causes irritation to the eyes.
Keep this product out of the reach of
children.

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F Switch on the compressor by moving F 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. Keep the kit to hand.
F Drive immediately for approximately

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pressure; do not disconnect the pipe from
the valve during this operation (risk of 3 miles (5 kilometres), at reduced
splashing). speed (between 15 and 35 mph (20 and
60 km/h)), to plug the puncture.
F Stop to check the repair and the tyre
pressure using the kit. If after around 5 to 7 minutes the
Do not start the compressor before pressure is not attained, this indicates
connecting the white pipe to the tyre that the tyre is not repairable; contact
valve: the sealant product would be a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
expelled through the pipe. workshop for assistance.

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2. Inflation
F Turn the selector A to the F Connect the compressor's electric plug to F Adjust the pressure using the compressor
"Air" position. the vehicle's 12 V socket. (to inflate: switch B in position "I";
F Uncoil the black pipe H fully. F Start the vehicle again and leave the to deflate: switch B in position "O" and
F Connect the black pipe to the engine running. press button C), in accordance with the
valve of the wheel. vehicle's tyre pressure label (located on the
left hand door aperture).
A loss of pressure indicates that the
As soon as possible, go to a PEUGEOT puncture has not been fully plugged;
dealer or a qualified workshop. contact a PEUGEOT dealer or qualified
You must inform the technician that you workshop for assistance.
have used this kit. After inspection, the F Remove and stow the kit.
technician will advise you on whether F Drive at reduced speed (50 mph [80 km/h]
the tyre can be repaired or if it must be max) limiting the distance travelled to
replaced. approximately 120 miles (200 km).

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Removing the cartridge Checking tyre pressures /


inflating accessories

F Stow the black pipe.


F Detach the angled base from the white pipe.
F Support the compressor vertically.
F Unscrew the cartridge from the bottom. You can also use the compressor, without F Connect the compressor's electrical
injecting any product, to: connector to the vehicle's 12 V socket.
Beware of discharges of fluid.
- check or adjust the pressure of your tyres, F Start the vehicle and let the engine run.
The expiry date of the fluid is indicated
- inflate other accessories (balls, F Adjust the pressure using the compressor
on the cartridge.

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bicycle tyres...). (to inflate: switch B in position "I";
The sealant cartridge is designed for
to deflate: switch B in position "O" and
single use; even if only partly used, it
press button C), according to the vehicle's
must be replaced. F Turn the selector A to the tyre pressure label or the accessory's
After use, do not discard the cartridge "Air" position. pressure label.
into the environment, take it to an F Uncoil the black pipe H fully. F Remove the kit then stow it.
authorised waste disposal site or a F Connect the black pipe to the
PEUGEOT dealer. valve of the wheel or accessory.
Do not forget to obtain a new sealant If necessary, fit one of the adaptors
cartridge, available from PEUGEOT supplied with the kit first.
dealers or from a qualified workshop.

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Changing a wheel
Procedure for changing a wheel for the spare wheel using the tools provided with the vehicle.
Access to the tools
3. "Bolt cover" tool.
For removing the bolt protectors (covers)
on alloy wheels.
4. Socket for the security bolts (located in the
glove box).
For adapting the wheelbrace to the special
"security" bolts.
5. Removable towing eye.
For more information on the removable towing
eye, refer to the corresponding section.

List of tools*
All of these tools are specific to your
vehicle and can vary according to the level
The tools are installed in the boot under the
of equipment. Do not use them for other
floor.
purposes.
To gain access to them:
1. Wheelbrace.
F open the boot,
For removing the wheel trim and removing
F lift the floor and remove it,
the wheel bolts.
F remove the polystyrene spacer,
2. Jack with integral handle.
F remove the carrier box containing the tools.
For raising the vehicle.
* Depending on the country of sale.
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Access to the spare wheel*


Wheel with wheel trim
When refitting the wheel, refit the
wheel trim starting by placing its cut-out
facing the valve and press around its
edge with the palm of your hand.

Taking out the wheel


F Unscrew the central (coloured) nut.
F Raise the spare wheel towards you from
the rear.
F Take the wheel out of the boot.

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The spare wheel is installed in the boot under
the floor.
The spare wheel is a steel wheel or a space-
saver wheel, depending on the country of sale.
It is secured by a nut A and a screw B. For the
nut, proceed as follows.
* Depending on the country of sale.
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Putting the wheel back in place


F Put the wheel back in its housing.
F Unscrew the central (coloured) nut by a
few turns then put it in place in the centre
of the wheel.
F Tighten fully until the central bolt clicks to
retain the wheel correctly.

F Put the box back in the centre of the wheel


and clip it in place.
F Refit the polystyrene storage box to
restrain the unit.

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Removing a wheel
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.
Switch off the ignition.
With a manual gearbox, engage first
gear to block the wheels.
With an electronic gearbox, place the
gear selector at position R to block the
wheels.
With an automatic gearbox, place the F Place the foot of the jack 2 on the ground
gear selector at position P to block the and ensure that it is directly below the
wheels. front A or rear B jacking point provided on
Check that the parking brake warning the underbody, whichever is closest to the
List of operations
lamps in the instrument panel come on. wheel to be changed.
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The occupants must get out of the
vehicle and wait where they are safe. the bolts using the tool 3 (according to
Never go underneath a vehicle raised equipment).
using a jack; use an axle stand. F Fit the security socket 4 on the
wheelbrace 1 to slacken the security bolt
(if fitted).
F Slacken the other bolts using the
Never use: wheelbrace 1 only.
- the jack for any other purpose than
raising the vehicle,
- a jack other than the one provided
by the manufacturer.

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F Extend the jack 2 until it comes into contact F Raise the vehicle until there is sufficient F Remove the bolts and store them in a clean
with the jacking point A or B used; the space between the wheel and the ground place.
contact area A or B on the vehicle must be to admit the spare (not punctured) wheel F Remove the wheel.
correctly inserted into the central part of easily.
the head of the jack.

Ensure that the jack is stable on a


surface that is not slippery or loose and
positioned only at the jacking point A
or B under the vehicle, ensuring that
the contact area on the vehicle is
well centred on the head of the jack.
Otherwise there is a risk of damage to
the vehicle and/or of the jack dropping
or slipping - Risk of injury!

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Fitting a wheel
After changing a wheel
To store the punctured wheel in the
boot correctly, first remove the central
cover.
When using the "space-saver" type
spare wheel, do not exceed 50 mph
(80 km/h).
Have the tightening of the bolts and the
pressure of the spare wheel checked
by a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
Fitting the "space-saver"
workshop without delay.
spare wheel
Have the punctured wheel repaired
If your vehicle is fitted with alloy wheels, and refitted to the vehicle as soon as
when tightening the bolts on fitting, it possible.
is normal to notice that the washers do
not come into contact with the "space-

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saver" spare wheel. The wheel is
secured by the conical shoulder of each
bolt (see drawing).
When refitting the alloy wheel, ensure
that the wheel bolt washers are clean
and in good condition.

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List of operations
F Put the wheel in place on the hub. F Lower the vehicle fully. F Tighten the security bolt using the
F Screw in the bolts fully by hand. F Fold the jack 2 and detach it. wheelbrace 1 fitted with the security
F Pre-tighten the security bolt using the socket 4 (if your vehicle has them).
wheelbrace 1 fitted with the security F Tighten the other bolts using the
socket 4 (if your vehicle has them). wheelbrace 1 only.
F Pre-tighten the other bolts using the F Refit the bolt covers on each of the bolts
wheelbrace 1 only. (according to equipment).
F Store the tools in the carrier box.

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Snow chains
In wintry conditions, snow chains improve Use only the chains designed to be fitted to the Advice on installation
traction as well as the behaviour of the vehicle type of wheel fitted to your vehicle:
F If you have to fit the chains during a
when braking.
journey, stop the vehicle on a flat surface
on the side of the road.
F Apply the parking brake and position any
The snow chains must be fitted only Original Maximum wheel chocks to prevent movement of your
to the front wheels. They must never tyre size link size. vehicle.
be fitted to "space-saver" type spare
F Fit the chains following the instructions
wheels.
provided by the manufacturer.
195/65 R15
F Move off gently and drive for a few
moments, without exceeding 30 mph
195/60 R16 (50 km/h).
9 mm F Stop your vehicle and check that the snow
205/55 R16 chains are correctly tightened.

205/50 R17 Avoid driving with snow chains on roads


that have been cleared of snow, to avoid
damaging your vehicle's tyres and the
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For more information on snow chains, contact a
alloy wheels, check that no part of the
PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.
chain or its fixings is in contact with the
wheel rim.

Take account of the legislation in force


in your country on the use of snow It is strongly recommended that before
chains and the maximum running speed you leave, you practise fitting the snow
authorised. chains on a level and dry surface.

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Changing a bulb
The headlamps have polycarbonate Front lamps
lenses with a protective coating:
F do not clean them using a dry
or abrasive cloth, nor with a
detergent or solvent product,
F use a sponge and soapy water or a
pH neutral product,
F when using a high pressure washer
on persistent marks, do not keep
the lance directed towards the
lamps or their edges for too long,
so as not to damage their protective
coating and seals.
1. Daytime running lamps / sidelamps
In some weather conditions (e.g. low
(light-emitting diodes - LEDs).
temperature or humidity), the presence
2. Dipped beam headlamps (H7-55W).
of misting on the internal surface of the
3. Direction indicators (PWY-24W).
Changing a bulb should only be done glass of the headlamps and rear lamps
4. Main beam headlamps (H7-55W).
after the headlamp has been switched is normal; it disappears after the lamps
5. Front foglamps (with "cornering
off for several minutes (risk of serious have been on for a few minutes.
lighting" function according to version)
burns).
(PSX-24W).
F Do not touch the bulb directly with
your fingers, use a lint-free cloth.
It is imperative to use only anti-
ultraviolet (UV) type bulbs to avoid
damaging the headlamp.
Always replace a failed bulb with a
new bulb with the same type and
specification.

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Changing direction indicator Changing dipped beam headlamp


bulbs bulbs
F Remove the protective cover by pulling on
Rapid flashing of the direction indicator Amber coloured bulbs, such as the
the tab.
warning lamp (right or left) indicates the direction indicators, must be replaced
F Disconnect the bulb connector.
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F Spread the spring to release the bulb.
and colour.
F Extract the bulb and change it.
When refitting, close the protective
cover carefully to preserve the sealing
F Turn the bulb holder an eighth of a turn of the headlamp.
anti-clockwise and extract it.
F Remove the bulb and change it.
To reassemble, carry out these operations in
reverse order.
To reassemble, carry out these operations in
reverse order, positioning the alignment lug at
the bottom.

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Changing main beam headlamp bulbs Daytime running lamps /


F Remove the protective cover by pulling on To reassemble, carry out these operations in sidelamps (light-emitting
the tab. reverse order, positioning the alignment lug at diodes - LEDs)
F Disconnect the bulb connector. the bottom. For the replacement of this type of LED lamp,
F Pull out the bulb and replace it. contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
workshop.

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Changing front foglamp / Changing integrated direction


directional lamps indicator side repeater bulbs
F Access to the front foglamp is through the F Insert a flat screwdriver between the mirror F Press the central tongue and remove the
orifice below the bumper. glass and its base. side repeater.
F Disconnect the bulb holder connector by F Use the screwdriver as a lever to extract F Pull the bulb holder out and replace the

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pressing on the top of the tongue. the mirror glass. failed bulb.
F Extract the bulb holder by pressing on the F Unclip the mirror shell by pressing on the To reassemble, carry out these operations in
two clips clips (top and bottom). two retaining clips. reverse order.
F Replace the module. You should contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a
To reassemble, carry out these operations in qualified workshop for the replacement of these
reverse order. bulbs.

To obtain this module, contact a


PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.
You can also contact a PEUGEOT
dealer or a qualified workshop for this
replacement.

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Rear lamps

1. Brake lamps (P21W) (light-emitting 4. Foglamp (P21W).


diodes-LEDs). 5. Reversing lamp (P21W).
Light-emitting diodes -
2. Sidelamps (light-emitting
LEDs
diodes - LEDs). For replacement, contact a PEUGEOT
3. Direction indicators (PY21W amber) dealer or qualified workshop.
(light-emitting diodes-LEDs).

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Changing the third brake lamp Number plate lamps Changing a foglamp or reversing
(light-emitting diodes - LEDs) lamp bulb
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified To facilitate the removal of the lamp, carry out Access is by passing a hand under the bumper.
workshop. this operation with the tailgate half open. F Turn the bulb holder an eighth of a turn and
F Insert a thin screwdriver into the lens pull it out.

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cutout. F Change the failed bulb.
F Push it outwards. To refit, carry out these operations in reverse
F Remove the lens. order.
F Change the faulty bulb.
To refit, press on the lens to clip it in place.

On the left hand side, take care to not


touch the exhaust silencer; risk of burns
if changing a bulb after stopping the
engine.

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Changing a fuse
Access to tools
For the dashboard:
F Unclip the cover by pulling at the top left,
then right.
F Disengage the cover completely and turn it
over.
F Remove the carrier on which the tweezer is
fitted.

For the glove box:


F Open the glove box lid.
The extraction tweezer is fitted to the back of the dashboard or glove box fusebox cover. F Unclip the fusebox cover by pulling at top
right.
F Disengage the cover fully and turn it over.
F Remove the back of the carrier on which
the tweezer is fitted.

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Before changing a fuse:


F the vehicle must be immobilised with the
ignition off,
F all electrical consumers must be
Installing electrical
switched off,
accessories
F identify the failed fuse using the tables and Your vehicle's electrical system is
layout drawings in the following pages. designed to operate with standard or
optional equipment.
Before installing other electrical
Good Failed equipment or accessories on your
vehicle, contact a PEUGEOT dealer or
To replace a fuse, you must: a qualified workshop.
F use the special tweezer to extract the fuse
from its housing and check the condition of
its filament.
F always replace the failed fuse with a fuse Tweezer PEUGEOT will not accept responsibility
of the same rating (same colour); using for the cost incurred in repairing your
a different rating could cause faults (risk vehicle or for rectifying malfunctions
of fire). resulting from the installation of

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The replacement of a fuse not shown in
If the fuse fails again soon after replacement, accessories not supplied and not
the tables below may cause a serious
have the vehicle's electrical system checked by recommended by PEUGEOT and
malfunction of your vehicle. Contact
a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop. not installed in accordance with its
a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
Professional repairers: for full information instructions, in particular when the
workshop.
on the fuses and relays, consult the wiring combined consumption of all of the
information and diagrams available at a additional equipment connected
PEUGEOT dealer. exceeds 10 milliamperes.

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On the left
Fuse N° Rating Functions

F2 5A Door mirrors, headlamps, diagnostic socket.

F9 5A Alarm.

F10 5A Independent telematic unit.

Electrochrome rear view mirror, additional heating, Active City


F11 5A
Brake.

F13 5A Hi-Fi amplifier, parking sensors, reversing camera.

F16 15 A Front 12 V socket.

F17 15 A Audio system (without touch screen).

F18 20 A Touch screen, radio (if touch screen).

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Fuse N° Rating Functions

F23 5A Vanity mirror, map reading lamps.

F26 15 A Horn.

F27 15 A Screenwash pump.

F28 5A Anti-theft.

F29 15 A Air conditioning compressor.

F30 15 A Rear wiper.

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On the right Fuse N° Rating Functions

F01 40 A Heated rear window.

F02 10 A Heated door mirrors.

F03 30 A Front one-touch windows.

F04 - Heated front seats.

F05 30 A Rear one-touch windows.

F06 10 A Folding door mirrors.

F07 10 A Folding door mirrors.

F08 - Not used.

F09 15 A Front heated seats, front electric windows (not one-touch).

F10 20 A Hi-Fi amplifier.

F11 - Not used.

F12 - Not used.

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Engine compartment
Fuse N° Rating Functions

F16 15 A Daytime running lamps.

F18 10 A Right hand main beam headlamp.

F19 10 A Left hand main beam headlamp.

F25 30 A Headlamp wash relay (accessory).

F29 40 A Front wiper motor.

F30 80 A Pre-heater plugs (Diesel).


The fusebox is placed in the engine
compartment near the battery (left-hand side).

Access to the fuses


F Unclip the cover.
F Change the fuse (see corresponding
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paragraph).
F When you have finished, close the cover
carefully to ensure correct sealing of the
fusebox.

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12 V battery
Procedure for starting the engine using another
battery or charging a discharged battery.

General points

Lead-acid starter batteries


Batteries contain harmful substances Protect your eyes and face before Versions equipped with Stop & Start are
such as sulphuric acid and lead. handling the battery. fitted with a 12 V lead-acid battery of
They must be disposed of in All operations on the battery must be specific technology and specification.
accordance with regulations and must carried out in a well ventilated area and Its replacement should be carried
not, in any circumstances, be discarded away from naked flames and sources out only by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
with household waste. of sparks, so as to avoid the risk of qualified workshop.
Take used remote control batteries and explosion or fire.
vehicle batteries to a special collection Wash your hands afterwards.
point.

If you have an electronic or automatic


gearbox, never try to start the engine by
pushing the vehicle.

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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 or a battery booster.

Never try to start the engine by Some functions, including Stop & Start,
connecting a battery charger. are not available if the battery is not
Never use a 24 V or higher battery sufficiently charged.
booster.
The battery is located under the bonnet. First check that the slave battery has a
To gain access to it: nominal voltage of 12 V and a capacity
F open the bonnet using the interior release at least equal to that of the discharged
lever, then the exterior safety catch, battery.
F secure the bonnet stay, The two vehicles must not be in contact

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F lift the plastic cover on the (+) terminal. with each other.
Switch off the electrical consumers on
both vehicles (audio system, wipers,
lighting, ...).
Ensure that the jump lead cables do
not pass close to moving parts of the
The (-) battery terminal is not engine (cooling fan, belts, ...).
accessible. Do not disconnect the (+) terminal when
A remote earth point is located on the the engine is running.
front left-hand wheel arch.

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F Start the engine of the vehicle with the


good battery and leave it running for a
Charging the battery using
few minutes. a battery charger
F Operate the starter on the broken down For optimum service life of the battery, it is
vehicle and let the engine run. essential to maintain an adequate state of
If the engine does not start straight away, charge.
switch off the ignition and wait a few moments In some circumstances it may be necessary to
before trying again. charge the battery:
- if you use your vehicle essentially for short
F Wait until the engine returns to idle then journeys,
disconnect the jump lead cables in the - if the vehicle is to be taken off the road for
reverse order. several weeks.
F Raise the plastic cover on the (+) terminal, F Refit the plastic cover to the (+) terminal, if Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
if your vehicle has one. your vehicle has one. workshop.
F Connect the red cable to the positive F Allow the engine to run for at least
terminal (+) of the flat battery A (at 30 minutes, by driving or with the vehicle
the metal elbow) then to the positive stationary, so that the battery reaches an
terminal (+) of the slave battery B or the adequate state of charge.
booster.
F Connect one end of the green or black
cable to the negative terminal (-) of the
slave battery B or the booster (or earth
point on the other vehicle).
F Connect the other end of the green or black
cable to the earth point C on the broken
down vehicle.

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F Switch off the ignition. Disconnecting the battery


If you envisage charging your vehicle's
F Switch off all electrical consumers (audio
battery yourself, use only a charger
system, lighting, wipers, ...).
compatible with lead-acid batteries of a
In order to maintain an adequate state
nominal voltage of 12 V.
of charge for starting the engine, it is
recommended that the battery be disconnected
if the vehicle is taken out of service for a long
period.
Wait 2 minutes after switching off the ignition
before disconnecting the battery:
F close all openings (doors, boot, windows,
roof),
If this label is present, it is essential F switch off all electrical consumers (audio
to use only a 12 V charger, to avoid system, wipers, lighting, ...),
causing irreversible damage to the F switch off the ignition and wait for
electrical components related to the 4 minutes.
F Switch off the charger B before connecting Having exposed the battery, it is only
Stop & Start system.
the cables to the battery, so as to avoid any necessary to disconnect the (+) terminal.
dangerous sparks.
F Ensure that the charger cables are in good

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Follow the instructions for use provided condition.
by the manufacturer of the charger. F Raise the plastic cover, if your vehicle has
Never reverse polarities. one, on the (+) terminal.
F Connect the charger B cables as follows:
- the positive (+) red cable to the (+)
terminal of the battery A,
It is not necessary to disconnect the - the negative (-) black cable to the earth
battery. point C on the vehicle.
F At the end of the charging operation, switch
off the charger B before disconnecting the
cables from the battery A.

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Quick-release terminal 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.

Never try to charge a frozen battery. Following reconnection of the


If the battery has been frozen, have it battery
checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a Following reconnection of the battery, switch on
qualified workshop, who will check that the ignition and wait 1 minute before starting to
the internal components have not been permit initialisation of the electronic systems.
damaged and the casing is not cracked, However, if problems remain following this
Disconnecting the (+) cable which could cause a leak of toxic and operation, contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a
F Raise the lever D fully to release the cable corrosive acid. qualified workshop.
terminal clamp E. Referring to the corresponding section, you
must yourself reinitialise:
Reconnecting the (+) cable - the remote control key,
F Position the open clamp E of the cable on - the on-board satellite navigation system.
the positive post (+) of the battery.
F Press vertically on the clamp E to position
it correctly on the battery.
The Stop & Start system may not be
F Lock the clamp by spreading the
operational during the trip following the
positioning lug and then lowering the
first engine start.
lever D.
In this case, the system will only be
available again after a continuous
Do not apply excessive force on the
period of immobilisation of the vehicle,
lever as locking will not be possible if
a period which depends on the ambient
the clamp is not positioned correctly;
temperature and the state of charge of
start the procedure again.
the battery (up to about 8 hours).

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Load reduction mode Electrical energy economy mode


System which manages the use of certain System which manages the duration of use of certain functions to retain a sufficient level of charge
functions according to the level of charge in the battery.
remaining in the battery. After the engine has stopped, you can still use functions such as the audio and telematics
When the vehicle is being driven, the load system, windscreen wipers, dipped beam headlamps, courtesy lamps, etc. for a maximum
reduction function temporarily deactivates combined duration of about 30 minutes.
certain functions, such as the air conditioning,
the heated rear screen... Switching to economy Exiting economy mode
The deactivated functions are reactivated
automatically as soon as conditions permit.
mode These functions are reactivated automatically
Once this time has elapsed, a message next time the vehicle is driven.
appears in the screen indicating that the F To restore these functions immediately,
vehicle has switched to economy mode and the start the engine and let it run for at least
active functions are put on standby. 5 minutes.
If a telephone call is being made at this time, it
will be maintained for around 10 minutes with
the Bluetooth hands-free system of your audio
system. A flat battery prevents the engine from
starting (refer to the corresponding
section).

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Changing a wiper blade


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

Removing After fitting a front wiper


F Raise the corresponding wiper arm. blade
F Unclip the wiper blade and remove it. F Switch on the ignition.
F Operate the wiper stalk again to park the
wiper blades.

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Towing
Procedure for having your vehicle towed or for towing another vehicle using a removable towing eye.

Towing eye 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 driver must remain at the wheel of the towed vehicle and must have a valid driving
licence.
When towing a vehicle with all four wheels on the ground, always use an approved towing
arm; rope and straps are prohibited.
The towing vehicle must move off gently.

When towing a vehicle with the engine off, there is no longer any power assistance for braking or steering.
In the following cases, you must always call on a professional recovery service:
- vehicle broken down on a motorway or fast road,
- four-wheel drive vehicle,
The towing eye is installed in the boot under - when it is not possible to put the gearbox into neutral, unlock the steering, or release
the floor. the parking brake,
To gain access to it: - towing with only two wheels on the ground,
F open the boot, - where there is no approved towing arm available...

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F lift the floor and remove it,
F remove the towing eye from the holder.

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Towing your vehicle Towing another vehicle

F 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.

F On the front bumper, unclip the cover by F Unlock the steering by turning the key F On the rear bumper, unclip the cover by
inserting the flat end of the towing eye in in the ignition one notch and release the pressing at the bottom.
the bottom of the cover. parking brake. F Screw the towing eye in fully.
F Screw the towing eye in fully. F Switch on the hazard warning lamps on F Install the towing arm.
F Install the towing arm. both vehicles. F Switch on the hazard warning lamps on
F Move off gently, drive slowly and for a short both vehicles.
distance. F Move off gently, drive slowly and for a short
distance.

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Towing a trailer
We recommend the use of genuine You must observe the maximum trailer
PEUGEOT towbars and their harnesses weight, indicated on the registration
that have been tested and approved certificate or in the technical
from the design stage of your vehicle, specification for your vehicle.
and that the fitting of the towbar is
entrusted to a PEUGEOT dealer or a
qualified workshop.
If the towbar is not fitted by a
PEUGEOT dealer, it must still be
fitted in accordance with the vehicle
manufacturer's instructions. For more information on weights (and
the towed loads which apply to your
Your vehicle is primarily designed for vehicle) refer to the corresponding
transporting people and luggage, but it may section.
also be used for towing a trailer.
Driving with a trailer places greater
demands on the towing vehicle and the
driver must take particular care.
For more advice on driving when
towing, refer to the corresponding

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When towing Cooling Lighting


Towing a trailer on a slope increases the F Check the electrical lighting and signalling
Distribution of loads temperature of the coolant. on the trailer and the headlamp beam
As the fan is electrically controlled, its cooling height of your vehicle.
F Distribute the load in the trailer so that the
capacity is not dependent on the engine speed. For more information on adjusting the
heaviest items are as close as possible to
F To lower the engine speed, reduce your headlamp beam height, refer to the
the axle and the nose weight approaches
speed. corresponding section.
the maximum permitted without
The maximum towed load on a long incline
exceeding it.
depends on the gradient and the ambient
Air density decreases with altitude, thus
temperature.
reducing engine performance. Above The rear parking sensors will be
In all cases, keep a check on the coolant
1 000 metres, the maximum towed load must deactivated automatically if a genuine
temperature.
be reduced by 10 % for every 1 000 metres of PEUGEOT towbar is used.
altitude.
F If the warning lamp and the
STOP warning lamp come on,
For more information on weights (and stop the vehicle and switch off
the towed loads which apply to your the engine as soon as possible.
vehicle) refer to the corresponding
section. Braking
Towing a trailer increases the braking distance.
To avoid overheating of the brakes, the use of
engine braking is recommended.
Side wind
F Take into account the increased sensitivity
to side wind. Tyres
F Check the tyre pressures of the towing
vehicle and of the trailer, observing the
recommended pressures.

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Towbar with quickly detachable towball


Presentation
This towbar allows the towball to be fitted and
removed quickly and easily without the use
of tools. Installed behind the rear bumper, the
towbar is invisible after removing the towball
and folding the trailer harness socket carrier.

A. Locked position B. Unlocked position


The locking wheel is not in contact with the The locking wheel is in contact with the towball.
towball (gap of about 5 mm). The green mark is hidden.
The green mark is visible. The lock for the locking wheel is facing forward.
The lock for the locking wheel is facing The peg is not visible.
rearward.
The bolt is visible and extends beyond the
Observe the legislation in force in the

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towball.
country in which you are driving.
1. Carrier.
2. Protective blanking plug.
3. Security ring.
For more information on the technical
4. Folding trailer harness socket.
characteristics of the towbar (its
5. Detachable towball.
maximum load, ...), refer to the
6. Locking / unlocking wheel.
corresponding section.
7. Security key lock.
For information on safely towing a
8. Ball protector.
trailer, refer to the corresponding
9. Storage bag.
section.

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Before each use After use Fitting the towball


Check that the towball is correctly fitted by For journeys made without a trailer or load
verifying the following points: carrier, the trailer harness socket must be
- the towball is correctly locked in place folded away, the towball removed and  the
(position A), protective blanking plug inserted in the
- the security key lock is on and the key carrier. This measure applies particularly
removed; the locking wheel can no if the towball could hinder visibility of the
longer be operated, number plate or lighting.
- the towball must no longer move at all in
its carrier; try to shake it by hand.

Remove the protective blanking plug from the


During use carrier and check the condition of the fixing
system. If necessary, clean the carrier with a
Never unlock the towball when a trailer or
brush or clean cloth.
load carrier is fitted.
Take the towball from the storage bag.
Never exceed the maximum authorised
Remove the protective cover from the ball.
weight for the vehicle plus trailer (Gross
Stow the plug and cover in the storage bag.
Train Weight - GTW).
Check that the towball is unlocked (position B).
Before driving, check the adjustment of the
If not, insert the key in the lock and turn the
headlamp beam height.
key clockwise to unlock the mechanism.
For more information on adjusting the
Then press the locking wheel and turn it fully
headlamps, refer to the corresponding
clockwise.
section.

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Take the towball in both hands; insert the end Check that the towball has correctly locked in Attach the trailer to the towball.
of the towball into the carrier, then, to ensure place (position A). Attach the cable on the trailer to the security
that it has correctly locked in place, pull firmly Turn the key anti-clockwise to lock the towball ring located on the carrier.
down on the ball end of the towball. fixing mechanism. Lower the trailer harness socket carrier by
The locking wheel automatically turns a quarter Always remove the key and keep it in a safe pulling down on the ring visible below the
of a turn anti-clockwise, making a perceptible place. bumper.
click; take care to keep your hands clear. If the key cannot be turned or removed, this Remove the protective cover from the socket
means that the towball is not fitted correctly; and connect the trailer wiring harness.

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start the procedure again.
If one of the locking conditions is not met, start
the procedure again.
In all cases, if the marking remains red, do not
use the towbar and contact a PEUGEOT dealer
or a qualified workshop.

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Removing the towball

Disconnect the trailer harness from the socket Insert the key into the lock. Grasp the towball firmly with one hand; with
on the carrier. Turn the key clockwise to unlock the towball the other hand, press and turn the locking
Detach the cable on the trailer from the security fixing mechanism. wheel clockwise as far as it will go.
ring on the carrier. Extract the towball from the bracket.
Unhook the trailer from the towball. Remove the key to avoid it being damaged
Return the trailer harness connector carrier to when stowing the towball.
the folded position.

Be ready for the weight of the towball


(around 3.5 kg). Risk of injury!

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Maintenance Stowing the towball


Correct operation is only possible if the towball It is recommended that the removable towball
and its carrier remain clean. be safely stowed, preferably in a storage space
Before cleaning the vehicle with a high pressure below the boot floor.
jet wash, the towbar harness socket carrier must Attach the towball using the bag tie cord.
be folded away, the towball removed and the
protective blanking plug inserted in the carrier.

For any work on the towbar, go to Never leave the removable towball
Refit the protective cover for the ball. a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified unsecured in the boot. In the event of
Stow the towball in its bag. workshop. sudden braking, a towball left loose
Refit the protective blanking plug to the carrier. in the boot could present a danger to
passengers in the vehicle.
Furthermore, the towball and the boot
risk being damaged.

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Fitting roof bars Advice on care and maintenance


Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop for the installation of longitudinal bars. Recommendations on the care and
To install transverse roof bars, observe the fitting positions indicated by markings on the maintenance of your vehicle are given in the
longitudinal roof bars. warranty and maintenance record.

Maximum authorised weight on the roof


bars, for a loading height not exceeding
40 cm (with the exception of bicycle
carriers): refer to the instructions
provided with the roof bars.
If the height exceeds 40 cm, adapt the
speed of the vehicle to the profile of the
road to avoid damaging the roof bars
and the fixings on the roof.
Be sure to refer to national legislation in
order to comply with the regulations for
transporting objects which are longer
Use accessories recommended by than the vehicle.
PEUGEOT, observing the manufacturer's
recommendations and fitting instructions
so as to avoid the risk of damaging the
body (deformation, scratches, ...).
To place a load on the roof, it is
necessary to mount the load on the
transverse roof bars.
The longitudinal roof bars are not
removable.

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Accessories
A wide range of accessories and genuine parts is available from the PEUGEOT dealer network.
These accessories and parts are all suitable for your vehicle and benefit from PEUGEOT's
recommendation and warranty.

Conversion kits "Transport solutions": "Safety and security":


You can obtain an "Enterprise" kit to convert a boot liner, luggage net, roof bars, bicycle anti-theft alarm, window engraving, wheel
private car into a trade vehicle. carrier on roof bars, ski carrier, roof box, .... security bolts, child seats and booster
cushions, breathalyzer, first aid kit, warning
triangle, high visibility jacket, stolen vehicle
tracking system, temporary puncture repair kit,
snow chains, non-slip covers, front foglamps
kit, dog guard...

"Comfort": "Styling": "Protection":


door deflectors, side blinds and rear blind, gear lever knob, spoiler, styling strips, alloy mats*, seat covers compatible with lateral
cigarette lighter, boot dividers, coat hanger wheels, trims, chromed mirror shells, mirror airbags, mud flaps, door sill protectors, bumper

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fixed to head restraint, front and rear parking personalisation kits, wheel caps and exterior protection strips, aluminium foot rest...
sensors... stickers.....

* To avoid any risk of jamming of the pedals:


- ensure that the mat is positioned and
secured correctly,
- never fit one mat on top of another.
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"Multimedia":
audio systems, portable satellite navigation By visiting a PEUGEOT dealer, you can also
Depending on the legislation in force in
systems, semi-integral support for portable obtain products for cleaning and maintenance
the country, certain safety equipment
satellite navigation system, hands-free kit, (exterior and interior) - including ecological
may be compulsory: high visibility
speakers, DVD player, connection kit for MP3 products in the "TECHNATURE" range, topping
safety vests, warning triangles,
or CD player, CD player for touch screen... up products (screenwash...), touch-up pens
breathalyzers, spare bulbs, spare fuses,
and paint aerosols for the exact colour of your
fire extinguisher, first aid kit, mud flaps
vehicle, refills (cartridge for the temporary
at the rear of the vehicle.
puncture repair kit...), ...

Installation of radio The fitting of electrical equipment or


communication accessories which are not recommended
transmitters by PEUGEOT may result in a failure of
Before installing any after-market radio your vehicle's electronic system and
communication transmitter, you can excessive electrical consumption.
contact a PEUGEOT dealer for the Contact a PEUGEOT dealer
specification of transmitters which can for information on the range of
be fitted (frequency, maximum power, recommended equipment and
aerial position, specific installation accessories.
requirements), in line with the Vehicle
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Directive (2004/104/EC).

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RECOMMENDS
Checks

Bonnet
Before doing anything under the
bonnet, deactivate the Stop & Start
system to avoid any risk of injury
resulting from an automatic change to
START mode.

Opening

B. Exterior safety catch. C. Bonnet stay.

F Lift the safety catch B and raise the F Unclip the stay C from its housing and
bonnet. place it in the support slot to hold the
bonnet open.

Do not open the bonnet under very Closing


windy conditions.
F Take the stay C out of its support slot.
When the engine is hot, handle the
A. Interior release lever. F Clip the stay back into its housing.
exterior safety catch and the stay with
F Lower the bonnet and release it at the end
F Open the left hand front door. care (risk of burns).
of its travel.
F Pull the release lever A, located at the
F Pull the bonnet to check that it has latched
bottom of the door aperture, towards you.
correctly.

The location of the interior release lever Because of the presence of electrical
prevents opening of the bonnet when equipment under the bonnet, it is
the left hand front door is closed. recommended that exposure to water
(rain, washing, ...) be limited.

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Checks

Petrol engines
1. Screenwash reservoir.
2. Coolant header tank.
3. Brake fluid reservoir.
4. Battery / Fuses.
5. Fusebox.
6. Air filter.
7. Engine oil dipstick.
8. Engine oil filler cap.

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Checks

Diesel engines
1. Screenwash reservoir.
2. Coolant header tank.
3. Brake fluid reservoir.
4. Battery / Fuses.
5. Fusebox.
6. Air filter.
7. Engine oil dipstick.
8. Engine oil filler cap.
9. Priming pump (depending on engine).

The AdBlue ® tank is located in the


boot below the spare wheel and/or the
storage well.

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Checks

Checking levels
Check all of these levels regularly, in line with the manufacturer's service schedule. Top them up if necessary, unless otherwise indicated.
If a level drops significantly, have the corresponding system checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.

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).

Oil level Brake fluid


The check is carried out either when the Engine oil change Level
ignition is switched on using the oil level
Refer to the warranty and maintenance record The brake fluid level should be close
indicator in the instrument panel (depending
for details of the interval for this operation. to the "MAX" mark. If it is not, check
on version), or using the dipstick.
In order to maintain the reliability of the engine the brake pad wear.
It will only be correct if the vehicle is on level and emission control system, never use
ground and the engine has been off for more additives in the engine oil.
than 30 minutes.
Changing the fluid
It is normal to top up the oil level
between two services (or oil changes). Oil specification Refer to the manufacturer's service schedule
for details of the interval for this operation.
PEUGEOT recommends that you check The oil must be the correct grade for your
the level, and top up if necessary, every engine and conform to the manufacturer's
3 000 miles (5 000 kms). recommendations.
Fluid specification
The brake fluid must conform to the
manufacturer's recommendations.
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Checks

Coolant level Screenwash fluid level

The coolant level should be close Changing the coolant Top up the level when necessary.
to the "MAX" mark but should never
The coolant does not have to be replaced at
exceed it.
routine services.
When the engine is warm, the temperature of
the coolant is regulated by the fan.

The cooling fan may start after Fluid specification Fluid specification
switching off the engine: take care The coolant must conform to the For optimum cleaning and to avoid freezing,
with articles and clothing that might manufacturer's recommendations. this fluid must not be topped up or replaced
be caught by the fan blades. with plain water.
In wintry conditions, it is recommended that you
use an ethyl alcohol or methanol based fluid.

In addition, as the cooling system is


pressurised, wait at least one hour after
switching off the engine before carrying out
any work.
To avoid any risk of scalding, unscrew the cap
by two turns to allow the pressure to drop.
When the pressure has dropped, remove the
cap and top up the level.

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Checks

Diesel additive Used products


A low additive level is indicated by Avoid prolonged contact of used oil or
illumination of the service warning fluids with the skin.
lamp, accompanied by an audible warning and Most of these fluids are harmful to
a message in the screen (if a display screen is health or indeed very corrosive.
fitted).

Topping-up
This additive must be topped-up by a Do not discard used oil or fluids into
PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop sewers or onto the ground.
without delay. Take used oil to a PEUGEOT dealer or
a qualified workshop (France) or to an
authorised waste disposal site.

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Checks

Checks
Unless otherwise indicated, check these components in accordance with the warranty and maintenance record and according to your engine.
Otherwise, have them checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.

12 V battery Air filter and passenger compartment filter Diesel


The battery does not require any maintenance. Refer to the warranty and Particle filter
However, check regularly that the terminals maintenance record for details of
are correctly tightened (versions without quick the replacement intervals for these The start of saturation of the
release terminals) and that the connections components. particle filter is indicated by
are clean. Depending on the environment (e.g. dusty the fixed illumination of this warning lamp
When carrying out any operation on the 12 V atmosphere) and the use of the vehicle accompanied by a warning message in the
battery, refer to the corresponding section for (e.g. city driving), replace them twice as often screen (if a display screen is fitted).
details of the precautions to be taken before if necessary. As soon as the traffic conditions permit,
starting work. A clogged passenger compartment filter may regenerate the filter by driving at a speed of at
have an adverse effect on the performance least 40 mph (60 km/h) until the warning lamp
of the air conditioning system and generate goes off.
undesirable odours. If the warning lamp stays on, this indicates a
low additive level.

Oil filter On a new vehicle, the first particle


filter regeneration operations may be
Versions equipped with Stop & Start are Replace the oil filter each time the
accompanied by a "burnt" smell, which
fitted with a 12 V lead-acid battery of specific engine oil is changed.
is normal.
technology and specification. Refer to the warranty and
Following prolonged operation of the
Its replacement should be carried out only by a maintenance record for details of
vehicle at very low speed or at idle,
PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop. the replacement interval for this
you may, in exceptional circumstances,
component.
notice the emission of water vapour at
the exhaust on acceleration. This does
not affect the behaviour of the vehicle
or the environment.

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Checks

Manual gearbox Brake pads Parking brake


The gearbox does not require any Brake wear depends on the style If excessive travel or a loss of
maintenance (no oil change). of driving, particularly in the case effectiveness of this system is
Refer to the warranty and of vehicles used in town, over short noticed, the parking brake must be
maintenance record for the checking distances. It may be necessary to have checked, even between two services.
interval for this component. the condition of the brakes checked,
even between vehicle services. Checking this system must be done by a
Unless there is a leak in the circuit, a drop in PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.
the brake fluid level indicates that the brake
pads are worn.
Electronic gearbox
The gearbox does not require any Only use products recommended by
maintenance (no oil change). Brake disc wear PEUGEOT or products of equivalent
Refer to the manufacturer's service quality and specification.
schedule for the checking interval for In order to optimise the operation of
For information on checking brake
this component. units as important as those in the
disc wear, contact a PEUGEOT
dealer or a qualified workshop. braking system, PEUGEOT selects and
offers very specific products.
Automatic gearbox After washing the vehicle, dampness,

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or in wintry conditions, ice can form
on the brake discs and pads: braking
The gearbox does not require any efficiency may be reduced. Make light
maintenance (no oil change). brake applications to dry and defrost
Refer to the manufacturer's service the brakes.
schedule for the checking interval for
this component.

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Technical data

General information
Engine characteristics Weights and towed loads

The engine characteristics (capacity, The maximum weights and towed loads for your GVW: gross vehicle weight, the maximum
maximum power, maximum power speed, fuel, vehicle are given are given in the registration authorised vehicle weight.
CO2 emissions...) for your vehicle are given in document, as well as in sales brochures. GTW: gross train weight, the maximum
the registration document, as well as in sales These values are also present on the authorised weight of vehicle plus trailer.
brochures. manufacturer's plate or label.
These characteristics correspond to the For more information on these identification
values type-approved on a test bed, under markings, refer to the corresponding section.
conditions defined in European legislation For further information, contact a PEUGEOT
(Directive 1999/99/EC). dealer or a qualified workshop. High ambient temperatures may result
For more information, contact a PEUGEOT in a reduction in the performance of the
dealer or a qualified workshop. vehicle to protect the engine; when the
ambient temperature is higher than
37 °C, limit the towed weight.
The kerb weight is equal to the unladen
weight + driver (75 kg).
The gross train weight and towed load values
indicated apply up to a maximum altitude of
1 000 metres; the towed load mentioned must
be reduced by 10 % for every additional Towing with a lightly loaded vehicle can
1 000 metres. adversely affect roadholding.
The weight of the braked trailer can be Braking distances are increased when
increased, within the GTW limit, on condition towing a trailer.
that the GVW of the towing vehicle is reduced Never exceed 60 mph (100 km/h) when
by the same amount. towing (comply with the legislation in
The recommended nose weight is the vertical force in your country).
load on the towball (removable with or without
tools).

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Technical data

Engines and gearboxes - PETROL


1.2 litre PureTech 82 1.2 litre PureTech 110
Engine 1.2 litre PureTech 82
S&S S&S

ETG5 ETG5
Manual Manual Automatic
Gearbox electronic electronic
(5-speed) (5-speed) (6-speed)
(5-speed) (5-speed)

HMZ0 HNVT/S
Model code: CU HMZ0/P HMZ6/PS HNZ6/S
HMZ6 HNZT/S

Cubic capacity (cc) 1 199 1 199 1 199 1 199

Bore x Stroke (mm) 75 x 90.5 75 x 90.5 75 x 90.5 75 x 90.5

Max power: EU standard (kW)* 60 60 81 81

Max power engine speed (rpm) 5 750 5 750 6 250 5 500

Max torque: EU standard (Nm) 118 118 205 205

Max torque engine speed (rpm) 2 750 2 750 1 750 1 500

Fuel Unleaded Unleaded Unleaded Unleaded

Catalytic converter Yes Yes Yes Yes

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Engine oil capacity (in litres)
3.25 3.25 3.5 3.5
(with filter replacement)

* The maximum power corresponds to the value type approved on a test bed, under conditions defined by European legislation
(Directive 1999/99/EC).
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Engines and gearboxes - PETROL


1.2 litre PureTech 130
Engine 1.6 litre VTI 120
S&S

Manual Manual Automatic


Gearbox
(6-speed) (5-speed) (4-speed)

Model code: CU HNYM/S 5FS0 5FS9

Cubic capacity (cc) 1 199 1 598

Bore x Stroke (mm) 75 x 90,5 77 x 85,8

Max power: EU standard (kW)* 94 88

Max power engine speed (rpm) 5 000 6 000

Max torque: EU standard (Nm) 230 160

Max torque engine speed (rpm) 1 750 4 250

Fuel Unleaded Unleaded

Catalytic converter Yes Yes

Engine oil capacity (in litres)


3.5 4.25
(with filter replacement)

* The maximum power corresponds to the value type approved on a test bed, under conditions defined by European legislation
(Directive 1999/99/EC).
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Weights and towed loads (in kg) - PETROL


1.2 litre
1.2 litre PureTech 110
Engine 1.2 litre PureTech 82 PureTech 82
S&S
S&S

ETG5 ETG5
Manual Manual Automatic
Gearbox electronic electronic
(5-speed) (5-speed) (6-speed)
(5-speed) (5-speed)
HMZ0
Model code: CU HMZ0/P HMZ6/PS HNZ6/S HNVT/S HNZT/S
HMZ6
- Unladen weight 1 045 1 055 1 055 1 090 1 160 1 150
- Kerb weight* 1 120 1 130 1 130 1 165 1 235 1 225

- Gross vehicle weight (GVW) 1 582 1 573 1 593 1 656 1 690 1 690

- Gross train weight (GTW)


2 362 2 023 2 043 2 606 2 140 2 640
on a 12 % gradient
- Braked trailer (within GTW limit)
780 450 450 950 450 950
on a 10 % or 12 % gradient
- Braked trailer** with load transfer (within the
1 100 770 770 1 270 450 1 250
GTW limit)
- Unbraked trailer 560 450 450 580 450 610
- Recommended nose weight 51 51 51 51 51 51
The GTW and towed load values indicated are valid up to a maximum altitude of 1 000 metres; the towed load mentioned must be reduced by 10 % for

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each additional 1 000 metres of altitude.
The speed of a towing vehicle must not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h) (comply with the legislation in force in your country).
High ambient temperatures may result in a reduction in the performance of the vehicle to protect the engine; if the ambient temperature is above 37 °C,
limit the towed load.
* The kerb weight is equal to the unladen weight + driver (75 kg).
** The weight of the braked trailer can be increased, within the GTW limit, if the GVW of the towing vehicle is reduced by an equal amount; warning,
towing using a lightly loaded towing vehicle may have an adverse effect on its road holding.
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Weights and towed loads (in kg) - PETROL


1.2 litre PureTech 130
Engine 1.6 litre VTi 120
S&S

Manual Manual Automatic


Gearbox
(6-speed) (6-speed) (4-speed)

Model code: CU HNYM/S 5FS0 5FS9

- Unladen weight 1 160 1 080 1 140


- Kerb weight* 1 235 1 155 1 215

- Gross vehicle weight (GVW) 1 675 1 644 1 666

- Gross train weight (GTW)


2 625 2 614 2 616
on a 12 % gradient
- Braked trailer (within GTW limit)
950 970 950
en a 10 % or 12 % gradient
- Braked trailer** with load transfer (within the
1 270 1 270 1270
GTW limit)
- Unbraked trailer 580 570 600
- Recommended nose weight 51 51 51

The GTW and towed load values indicated are valid up to a maximum altitude of 1 000 metres; the towed load mentioned must be reduced by 10 % for
each additional 1 000 metres of altitude.
The speed of a towing vehicle must not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h) (comply with the legislation in force in your country).
High ambient temperatures may result in a reduction in the performance of the vehicle to protect the engine; if the ambient temperature is above 37 °C,
limit the towed load.

* The kerb weight is equal to the unladen weight + driver (75 kg).
** T
 he weight of the braked trailer can be increased, within the GTW limit, if the GVW of the towing vehicle is reduced by an equal amount; warning,
towing using a lightly loaded towing vehicle may have an adverse effect on its road holding.
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Technical data

Engines and gearboxes - DIESEL


Engine 1.6 litre BlueHDi 75 1.6 litre BlueHDi 100

Manual Manual
Gearbox
(5-speed) (5-speed)

Model code: CU BHW6 BHYK BHY6

Cubic capacity (cc) 1 560 1 560

Bore x Stroke (mm) 75 x 88.3 75 x 88.3

Max power: EU standard (kW)* 55 70

Max power engine speed (rpm) 3 500 3 500

Max torque: EU standard (Nm) 233 254

Max torque engine speed (rpm) 1 750 1 750

Fuel Diesel Diesel

Catalytic converter Yes Yes

Particle filter Yes Yes

Engine oil capacity (in litres)

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3.75 3.75
(with filter replacement)

* The maximum power corresponds to the value type approved on a test bed, under conditions defined by European legislation
(Directive 1999/99/EC).
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Engines and gearboxes - DIESEL


1.6 litre BlueHDi 1.6 litre BlueHDi
1.6 litre BlueHDi 100
Engine 1.6 litre e-HDi 92 116** 120
S&S
S&S S&S

ETG6 Manual
Manual Manual Manual
Gearbox electronic
(5-speed) (5-speed) (6-speed) (6-speed)
(6-speed)

Model code: CU 9HP0/S 9HP8/PS BHYK/S BHY6/S BHXM/S BHZM/S

Cubic capacity (cc) 1 560 1 560 1 560 1 560

Bore x Stroke (mm) 75 x 88.3 75 x 88.3 75 x 88.3 75 x 88.3

Max power: EU standard (kW)* 68 70 85 88

Max power engine speed (rpm) 4 000 3 500 3 500 3 500

Max torque: EU standard (Nm) 230 254 300 300

Max torque engine speed (rpm) 1 750 1 750 1 750 1 750

Fuel Diesel Diesel Diesel Diesel

Catalytic converter Yes Yes Yes Yes

Particle filter Yes Yes Yes Yes

Engine oil capacity (in litres)


3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75
(with filter replacement)

* The maximum power corresponds to the value type approved on a test bed, under conditions defined by European legislation
(Directive 1999/99/EC).
** For BELGIUM.
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Weights and towed loads (in kg) - DIESEL


Engine 1.6 litre BlueHDi 75 1.6 litre BlueHDi 100

Manual Manual
Gearbox
(5-speed) (5-speed)

Model code: CU BHW6 BHYK BHY6

- Unladen weight 1 160 1 180 1 180


- Kerb weight* 1 235 1 255 1 255

- Gross vehicle weight (GVW) 1 680 1 710 1 710

- Gross train weight (GTW)


2 300 2 210 2 660
on a 12% gradient
- Braked trailer (within GTW limit)
620 500 950
on a 10% or 12% gradient
- Braked trailer** with load transfer (within the
940 820 1 270
GTW limit)
- Unbraked trailer 610 500 610
- Recommended nose weight 51 51 51

The GTW and towed load values indicated are valid up to a maximum altitude of 1 000 metres; the towed load mentioned must be reduced by 10 % for
each additional 1 000 metres of altitude.

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The speed of a towing vehicle must not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h) (comply with the legislation in force in your country).
High ambient temperatures may result in a reduction in the performance of the vehicle to protect the engine; if the ambient temperature is above 37 °C,
limit the towed load.
* The kerb weight is equal to the unladen weight + driver (75 kg).
** The weight of the braked trailer can be increased, within the GTW limit, if the GVW of the towing vehicle is reduced by an equal amount; warning,
towing using a lightly loaded towing vehicle may have an adverse effect on its road holding.
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Technical data

Weights and towed loads (in kg) - DIESEL


1.6 litre BlueHDi 100
Engine 1.6 litre e-HDI 92
S&S

Manual ETG6 Manual


Gearbox
(5-speed) electronic (6-speed) (5-speed)

Model code: CU 9HP0/S 9HP8/PS BHYK/S BHY6/S

- Unladen weight 1 160 1 170 1 180 1 180


- Kerb weight* 1 235 1 245 1 255 1 255

- Gross vehicle weight (GVW) 1 684 1 692 1 710 1 710

- Gross train weight (GTW)


2 634 2 192 2 210 2 660
on a 12% gradient
- Braked trailer (within GTW limit)
950 500 500 950
on a 10% or 12% gradient
- Braked trailer** with load transfer (within the
1 270 820 820 1 270
GTW limit)
- Unbraked trailer 610 500 500 610
- Recommended nose weight 38 51 51 51

The GTW and towed load values indicated are valid up to a maximum altitude of 1 000 metres; the towed load mentioned must be reduced by 10 % for
each additional 1 000 metres of altitude.
The speed of a towing vehicle must not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h) (comply with the legislation in force in your country).
High ambient temperatures may result in a reduction in the performance of the vehicle to protect the engine; if the ambient temperature is above 37 °C,
limit the towed load.
* The kerb weight is equal to the unladen weight + driver (75 kg).
** The weight of the braked trailer can be increased, within the GTW limit, if the GVW of the towing vehicle is reduced by an equal amount; warning,
towing using a lightly loaded towing vehicle may have an adverse effect on its road holding.
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Technical data

Weights and towed loads (in kg) - DIESEL


1.6 litre BlueHDi 116*** 1.6 litre BlueHDi 120
Engine
S&S S&S

Manual Manual
Gearbox
(6-speed) (6-speed)

Model code: CU BHXM/S BHZM/S

- Unladen weight 1 200


- Kerb weight* 1 275

- Gross vehicle weight (GVW) 1 726

- Gross train weight (GTW)


2 706
on a 12% gradient
- Braked trailer (within GTW limit)
980
on a 10% or 12% gradient
- Braked trailer** with load transfer (within the
1 300
GTW limit)
- Unbraked trailer 620
- Recommended nose weight 51

The GTW and towed load values indicated are valid up to a maximum altitude of 1 000 metres; the towed load mentioned must be reduced by 10 % for
each additional 1 000 metres of altitude.

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The speed of a towing vehicle must not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h) (comply with the legislation in force in your country).
High ambient temperatures may result in a reduction in the performance of the vehicle to protect the engine; if the ambient temperature is above 37 °C,
limit the towed load.
* The kerb weight is equal to the unladen weight + driver (75 kg).
** The weight of the braked trailer can be increased, within the GTW limit, if the GVW of the towing vehicle is reduced by an equal amount; warning,
towing using a lightly loaded towing vehicle may have an adverse effect on its road holding.
*** For BELGIUM.
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Dimensions (in mm)

* Mirrors folded.
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Identification markings
Various visible markings for the identification of your vehicle.
It bears the following information:
- the tyre inflation pressures with and without
load,
- the tyre sizes,
- the inflation pressure of the spare wheel,
- the paint colour code.

A. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) C. Manufacturer's label.


under the bonnet. The VIN is indicated on a self-destroying
This number is engraved on the bodywork label affixed to the middle pillar, on the
near the damper support. passenger's side.
The tyre pressures must be checked
when the tyres are cold, at least once
B. Vehicle identification Number (VIN) on D. Tyre/paint label. a month.
the windscreen lower crossmember. This label is fitted to the middle pillar, on
This number is indicated on a self-adhesive the driver's side.
label which is visible through the windscreen.
Low tyre pressures increase fuel
consumption.

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Audio and Telematics

Emergency call
PEUGEOT Connect SOS
Test of operation of the system:
The green indicator lamp comes on for The "PEUGEOT Connect SOS" centre immediately
3 seconds when the ignition is switched locates your vehicle, communicates in your language*,
on, signifying that a call can be made. and depending on the circumstances, makes a call to
the appropriate public emergency services*.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer if the
orange indicator lamp comes on:
- flashing, then off: the system has
Conditions for use:
a fault.
- In countries where the service is not
- on fixed: the back-up battery
available, or when the locating service has
must be replaced.
been expressly declined, the call is sent
In either case, the emergency and assistance directly to the emergency services (112)
calls service may not work. without the vehicle location. 112 is the
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon as telephone number reserved for emergency
possible. calls and is accepted throughout the
European Union.
- "PEUGEOT Connect SOS" is subject to
The fault with the system does not the terms and conditions for the service
prevent the vehicle being driven. available from dealers, and to technological
and technical limitations.
Operation: "Emergency call".
Pressing this button for more than 2 seconds starts
* Depending on the geographical cover of a call to the PEUGEOT Connect SOS centre. Inadvertent press:
"PEUGEOT Connect SOS", "PEUGEOT - The green indicator lamp flashes. - pressing brings on the green indicator lamp.
Connect Assistance" and the official national - A voice message confirms that the call is being - pressing again immediately cancels the call.
language selected by the owner of the vehicle. dealt with. A voice message confirms the cancellation.
The list of countries covered and PEUGEOT The green indicator lamp on fixed indicates that - if the call connects, explain to the contact
CONNECT services is available from dealers or communication has been established. It goes off at that it was a mistake. The green indicator
at www.peugeot.co.uk. the end of the communication. lamp goes off at the end of the call.

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Assistance call
PEUGEOT Connect Assistance
In the event of a breakdown, pressing
If an impact is detected by the airbag If you benefit from the PEUGEOT Connect
for more than 2 seconds starts the
control unit, and independently of Packs offer with the SOS and assistance
call.
the deployment of any airbags, an pack included, there are additional services
A voice message confirms that the
emergency call is made automatically. available to you in your MyPEUGEOT
call has been made.
personal space, via the PEUGEOT Internet
website in your country, accessible on
Inadvertent press:
www.peugeot.co.uk.
- pressing again immediately cancels
the call. A voice message confirms the
cancellation. If you purchased your vehicle outside
the PEUGEOT dealer network, we
invite you to have a dealer check the
configuration of these services and, if
desired, modified to suit your wishes.
In a multi-lingual country, configuration
is possible in the official national
language of your choice.

For technical reasons and in particular


to improve the quality of "PEUGEOT
CONNECT services" to customers,
the manufacturer reserves the right to
update the vehicle's on-board telematic

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7-inch touch screen


GPS satellite navigation - Multimedia audio - Bluetooth® telephone

Contents
First steps 258
Steering mounted controls 260
Menus 261
Navigation 262
Navigation - Guidance 270
Traffic 274
Radio Media 276
Radio 282
DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) radio 284
Media 286
Settings 290
Connected services 298
Internet browser 299
MirrorLinkTM 302
CarPlay ® 306
Telephone 310
Frequently asked questions 318

The system is protected in such a way that it will only operate in As a safety measure, the driver should only carry out operations
your vehicle. which require prolonged attention while the vehicle is stationary.
The display of an energy economy mode message signals that

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electrical systems operating are going into standby.
Refer to the energy economy mode section.

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First steps
Use the buttons to the left of the touch screen
In very hot conditions, the system may
for access to the menu carousels, then press
go into stand-by (screen and sound
the virtual buttons in the touch screen.
completely off) for a minimum period of
Each menu is displayed in one or two pages
5 minutes.
(primary page and secondary page).

Primary page Secondary page

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Short-cuts: using the touch buttons in the upper


band of the touch screen, it is possible to go In very hot conditions, the volume may
directly to the selection of audio source, the list be limited to protect the system. The
of stations (or titles, depending on the source). return to normal takes place when
the temperature in the passenger
compartment drops.

The screen is of the "resistive" type, it


is necessary to press firmly, particularly
for "flick" gestures (scrolling through a
Press on Menu to display the menu list, moving the map...). A simple wipe
carrousel. will not be enough. Pressing with more
than one finger is not recognised.
The screen can be used when wearing
Selection of audio source (depending on gloves. This technology allows use at
Press on SRC to display the audio
version): all temperatures.
sources carrousel.
- FM /DAB* /AM stations.
- USB memory stick.
- CD player (located in the glove box)*.
Volume adjustment (each source is independent,
- Smartphone via MirrorLinkTM or CarPlay ®.
including traffic announcements (TA) and
- Telephone connected by Bluetooth* and To clean the screen, use a soft
navigation instructions).
with Bluetooth* audio streaming. non-abrasive cloth (spectacles cloth)
- Media player connected to the auxiliary without any additional product.
socket (jack, cable not supplied). With the engine running, press to Do not use pointed objects on the
- Jukebox*, after first copying audio files to mute the sound. screen.
the internal memory of the system. With the ignition off, press to switch Do not touch the screen with wet
the system on. hands.

* Depending on equipment.
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Steering mounted controls

Press: mute on / off. Radio, rotate: automatic search for Telephone: start or answer a call.
the previous / next station. Call in progress: telephone menu
Radio, press: preset stations. (end call, secret mode, hands-free
Media, rotate: previous / next track. mode).
Increase volume.
Press: confirm a selection. Telephone, press and hold: reject an
incoming call, end a call in progress;
other than call in progress, telephone
Decrease volume. menu.
Radio: display the list of stations.
Media: display the list of tracks.
Change audio source: radio, media. Radio, press and hold: update the list
of stations received.

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Audio and Telematics

Menus
Navigation Radio Media Settings
(Depending on equipment)

Enter navigation settings and choose a Select an audio source, a radio station, display Adjust the settings for sound (balance,
destination. photographs. ambience, ...) and the display (language, units,
date, time, ...).

Connected services Telephone Driving


(Depending on equipment)

Connect using the "Internet browser". Connect a telephone by Bluetooth ®. Access to the trip computer.
Operate certain applications on your Access to the CarPlay ® function after Activate, deactivate or enter settings for certain
smartphone via MirrorLinkTM or CarPlay ®. connection of your smartphone by USB cable. vehicle functions.

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Navigation
Level 1 Level 2 Level 3
Navigation Route settings

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Audio and Telematics

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments


Enter destination Display recent destinations
Fastest
Shortest
Time/distance
Ecological Choose the navigation criteria.
The map displays the route chosen according to
Tolls these criteria.
Route settings
Ferries
Navigation
Traffic
Settings Strict-Close
Navigation
Show route on map Display the map and start navigation.
Confirm Save the options.
Save current location Save the current address.

Stop navigation Delete the navigation information.


Choose the volume for voice and announcement
Voice synthesis
of street names.
Detour from your initial route by a determined
Diversion
distance.
Display in text mode.

Zoom in.

Navigation Zoom out.

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Display in full screen mode.
Use the arrows to move the map.
Switch to 2D map.
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Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

Enter destination Address

For managing contacts and


their addresses, refer to the
Navigation "Telephone" section.

Contacts

To use the telephone functions,


refer to the "Telephone" section.

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Current loc.

Point of interest Address settings

Town center
Address
Save Save the current address.

Add waypoint Add a waypoint to the route.

Navigate to Press to calculate the route.

Addresses
Navigation
View
Secondary page
Contacts Navigate to Select a contact then calculate the route.
Enter destination
Search for contact

Call

On the map Display the map and zoom to view the roads.

Create, add or delete a waypoint or view the


Itinerary
itinerary.

Stop Delete navigation information.

Navigate to Press to calculate the route.

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Navigation Search for a point of interest

Point of interest displayed on the map

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All POIs
Navigation Motor List of categories available.
After choosing the category, select the points of
Secondary page Dining/hotels interest.

Search for POI Personal

Search Save the settings.

Select all
Navigation
Delete Choose the display settings for POIs.
Secondary page
Import POIs
Show POIs
Confirm Save the options.

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Diversion

Traffic messages

Map settings

Map settings
Navigation

Settings

Settings
Moving
between
Settings
the two
menus.

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On the route

Around vehicle
Navigation
Settings for the choice of messages and the
Near destination
Secondary page filter radius.
Detour over a distance
Traffic messages Detour
Recalculate route

Finish Save your selections.

Flat view north heading

Orientation Flat view vehicle heading

Perspective view
Navigation
Choose the display and orientation of the
Maps
Secondary page map.
"Day" map colour
Map settings
Aspect "Night" map colour

Auomatic day/night

Confirm Save the settings.

Route settings
Navigation Voice Enter settings and choose the volume for the
Secondary page Alarm! voice and announcement of street names.

Settings Traffic options

Confirm Save your selections. .


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Navigation - Guidance
Choosing a new destination
Towards a new destination

Press on Navigation to display the Select "Save" to save the address To delete navigation information,
primary page. entered as a contact entry. press on "Settings".
The system allows up to 200 entries.
Press on the secondary page. Press on "Stop navigation".

Select "Navigate to".


Select "Enter destination".
To resume navigation press on
"Settings".
Choose the navigation criteria:
Select "Address". "Fastest" or "Shortest" or "Time/ Press on "Resume guidance".
distance" or "Ecological".

Select the "Country:" from Choose the restriction criteria:


the list offered, then in the "Tolls", "Ferries", "Traffic", "Strict",
same way the "City:" or "Close".
its post code, the "Road:",
the "N°:". Select "Confirm".
Confirm each time.

Or
Press on "Show route on map" to
start navigation.

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Towards a recent destination Towards a contact

Press on Navigation to display the Select a destination from


To be able to use navigation "towards
primary page. the contacts in the list
a contact in the directory", it is first
offered.
necessary to enter the address for your
Press on the secondary page. contact.
Select "Navigate to".
Press on Navigation to display the
primary page.
Select "Enter destination".
Select the criteria then "Confirm" to
Press on the secondary page. start navigation.

Select an address from


the list offered.
Select "Enter destination".

Select "Navigate to". Select "Contacts".

Select the criteria then "Confirm" or


press "Show route on map" to start
navigation.

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Audio and Telematics

Towards GPS coordinates Towards a point on the map Towards points of interest (POI)

Press on Navigation to display the Press on Navigation to display the Points of Interest (POI) are listed in different
primary page. primary page. categories.

Press on the secondary page. Press on the secondary page. Press on Navigation to display the
primary page.

Select "Enter destination". Select "Enter destination". Press on the secondary page.

Select "Address". Select "On the map". Select "Search for POI".

Enter the "Longitude:" Zooming in on the map shows points with Select "All POIs",
then the "Latitude:". information.

A long press on a point opens its content.


Or
Select "Navigate to".
"Motor",

Select the criteria then "Confirm" or


press "Show route on map" to start Or
navigation. "Dining/hotels".

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An annual mapping update allows new


points of interest to be presented to
you.
You can also update the Risk areas /
Danger areas every month.
The detailed procedure is available on:
http://peugeot.navigation.com.

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Traffic
Risk areas / Danger zone Traffic information
alert settings Display of messages
Press on Navigation to display the
Press on Navigation to display the primary page.
This series of alerts and displays is
primary page.
only available if Risk areas have first
been downloaded and installed on the Press on the secondary page.
Press on the secondary page. system.

Select "Traffic messages".


Select "Settings".

Choose filter settings for:


Select "Alarm!" (Alert).
"On the route",

It is then possible to activate Risk areas alerts


then: "Around",
- "Audible warning"
- "Alert only when navigating"
- "Alert only for overspeed" "Near destination", filters to fine-
- "Display speed limits" tune the list of messages.
- Timing: the choice of timing allows the
time before giving a Risk areas alert to be
Press again to remove the filter.
defined.

Select "Confirm".

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Setting filters Receiving TA messages


Select the message from Press on Navigation to display the Press on Navigation to display the
the list offered. primary page. primary page.

Press on the secondary page. Press on the secondary page.


Select the magnifying glass to have
voice information.
Select "Settings". Select "Settings".

TMC (Traffic Message Channel) Select "Traffic options". Select "Voice".


messages on GPS-Navigation contain
traffic information transmitted in real
time.
Select: Activate / Deactivate "Traffic
- "Be advised of new messages", (TA)".
- "Speak messages".
Then enter the filter radius. The TA (Traffic Announcement)
function gives priority to TA alert
messages. To operate, this function
Select "Confirm".
needs good reception of a radio station
transmitting this type of message.
When a traffic report is transmitted,
the current audio source is interrupted
We recommend a filter radius of:
automatically to play the TA message.

.
- 12 miles (20 km) in urban areas,
Normal playback of the audio source
- 30 miles (50 km) on motorways.
resumes at the end of the transmission
of the message.
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Radio Media
Level 1 Level 2

List of FM stations

Save

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Level 1 Level 2 Comments

Radio Media
List of FM stations Press on a radio station to select it.
List

FM Radio

DAB Radio

AM Radio

USB

CD
Radio Media
MirrorLinkTM Select change of source.
Source
CarPlay ®

iPod

Bluetooth

AUX

Jukebox

Radio Media
Press an empty location to Save it.
Save

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Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

List of FM stations

Media Photos

Copy to Jukebox Manage Jukebox

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Radio Media Save Press a radio station to select it.

Update list Update the list of stations received.


Secondary page
Frequency Enter the desired radio frequency.
Radio list Confirm Save the settings.

Home screen Display the selected photo in the home page.

Rotate Rotate the photo 90°.

Radio Media Select all the photos in the list.


Select all
Press again to deselect.
Secondary page
Previous photo.
Display the photos in sequence, full screen.
Photos Slideshow Pause / Play. The system supports the following image formats:
.gif, .jpg, .bmp, .png.
Next photo.

Full screen Display the selected photo full-screen.

Sort by folder

Sort by album Choose a selection mode.

Select all
Radio Media
Copy Copy files to the Jukebox.

Secondary page Create folder

Rename
Manage Jukebox Choose the desired function.

.
Magnifying glass Delete

Select all

Confirm Save the settings.


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Media

Settings

Settings

Settings

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Radio Media

Secondary page Presentation of the last media used.

Media list

Shuffle (all tracks)

Media
Shuffle (current album)
Choose the play settings.
Settings
Repeat

Aux. amplification

RDS options
Radio Media DAB/FM station tracking
Radio
Activate or deactivate the settings.
Secondary page Display Radio Text
Settings
Settings Digital radio slideshow
display

Traffic announcements (TA)

Announcements News - Weather


Activate or deactivate the settings.
Sport - Programm info
Settings

.
Flash - Unforeseen
events

Confirm Save the settings.

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Radio
Selecting a station Changing a radio frequency
Press on Radio Media to display the Select "Save". Press on Radio Media to display the
primary page. primary page.

Select "List" in the primary page. Select a preset radio station


in the list.
If necessary, select change of By automatic frequency search
Or source.
Press on Radio Media to display the
primary page. Select "FM Radio".
Press 3 or 4 to move the cursor for an
Press on the secondary page. automatic search down or up for a radio
Or frequency.
"AM Radio".
Select "Radio list" in the secondary
THEN
page.

Radio reception may be affected by Select change source.


Select a radio station from
the use of electrical equipment not
the list offered.
approved by PEUGEOT, such as a USB
charger connected to the 12 V socket. Select "FM Radio".
The exterior environment (hills,
Select "Update list" to refresh the buildings, tunnel, car park, below
list. ground...) may prevent reception,
even in RDS station tracking mode. Or
To select a preset radio station. This phenomenon is normal in the "AM Radio".
propagation of radio waves and is in no
Press on Radio Media to display the way indicative of a fault with the audio
primary page. system.

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Presetting a station Activating / Deactivating RDS


OR Select a radio station or frequency (refer to the Press on Radio Media to display the
corresponding section). primary page.
Press on Radio Media to display the Press on "Save" (preset).
primary page. Press on the secondary page.

Press on the secondary page.


Select "Settings".

Select a number in the list to preset the


Press on Frequency. previously chosen radio station.
A long press on a number saves (presets) the Select "Radio".
station.

THEN Or Activate/deactivate "RDS


options".
Enter the frequency in full A press on this button presets all of
(e.g.: 92.10 MHz) using the keypad the stations one after the other.
RDS, if activated, allows you to continue
then "Confirm".
listening to the same station by automatic
retuning to alternative frequencies.
Recalling preset stations
However, in certain conditions, coverage
Press on Radio Media to display the
of an RDS station may not be assured
primary page.
Changing radio station throughout the entire country as radio
Pressing the name of the current radio station stations do not cover 100 % of the
Select "Save" (preset). territory. This explains the loss of
brings up a list.
reception of the station during a journey.

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To change radio station press the name of the
desired station.

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Audio and Telematics

DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) radio


Short-cut: access to the choice of audio
Display of the name of the source and the list of stations (or titles,
current station. depending on the source). Select the radio station.

Any thumbnail broadcast by


the station. Select the audio source.
Display the "DAB" band.
Manage the Jukebox.
Display current action.
Display of "Radiotext" for
the current station.
Secondary page.
Next "Multiplex".
Next radio station.
Previous "Multiplex".
Previous radio station.
Preset stations,
buttons 1 to 15.
Display the name and Short press: select the
number of the multiplex preset radio station.
service being used. Long press: preset a radio
station.

Display of options:
If the "DAB" radio station being listened to is not
if active but not available, the display will be greyed out,
available on "FM", the "DAB FM" option is greyed out.
if active and available, the display will be blank.

Journaline ® is a text-based information service designed for digital radio systems.
It provides text-based information structured around topics and sub-topics.
This service is available from the "LIST OF DAB STATIONS" page.

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Audio and Telematics

Digital radio DAB / FM auto tracking


Digital radio provides higher quality "DAB" does not cover 100% of the If "DAB/FM station tracking" is
reception and also the graphical display territory. activated, there is a difference of a
of current information on the radio When the digital radio signal is poor, few seconds when the system switches
station being listened to. Select "List" in "DAB/FM station tracking" allows you to to "FM" analogue radio with sometimes
the primary page. continue listening to the same station, a variation in volume.
The range of multiplexes available is by automatically switching to the When the digital signal is restored, the
displayed in alphabetical order. corresponding "FM" analogue station system automatically changes back
(if there is one). to "DAB".

Press on Radio Media to display the Press on Radio Media to display the
If the "DAB" station being listened to
primary page. primary page.
is not available on "FM" ("DAB/FM"
option greyed out), or "DAB/FM station
Select change of source. Press on the secondary page. tracking" is not activated, the sound
will cut out while the digital signal is too
weak.
Select "DAB Radio". Select "Settings".

Select "List" in the primary page. Select "Radio".

or Select "Digital/FM auto


Select "Radio list" in the secondary
tracking" then "Confirm".

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page.

Select the radio station from the list offered.

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Media
USB player Auxiliary (AUX) socket Selecting the source
Press on Radio Media to display the
primary page.

Select change of source.

Insert the USB memory stick into the USB port Connect the portable device (MP3 player…) to
or connect the USB device to the USB port the auxiliary Jack socket using an audio cable
using a suitable cable (not supplied). (not supplied).

The system builds playlists (in temporary First adjust the volume of your portable device
memory), an operation which can take from (to a high level). Then adjust the volume of your
a few seconds to several minutes at the first audio system. Choose the source.
connection. Display and management of the controls are
Reduce the number of non-music files and the via the portable device.
The steering mounted SRC (source)
number of folders to reduce the waiting time.
button can be used to go to the next
The playlists are updated every time the
media source, available if the source
ignition is switched off or connection of a USB
memory stick. The lists are memorised: if they
CD player is active.
Insert the CD in the player.
are not modified, the subsequent loading time Press on OK to confirm the selection.
will be shorter.

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Information and advice


The audio equipment will only play audio In order to be able to play a recorded CDR or Use only USB memory sticks formatted FAT 32
files with".wma, .aac, .flac, .ogg and. mp3" CDRW, when recording it is preferable to select (file allocation table).
file extensions and with a bit rate of between the ISO 9660 level 1, 2 or Joliet standard.
32 Kbps and 320 Kbps. If the disc is recorded in another format it may
It also supports VBR (Variable Bit Rate) mode. not be played correctly. The system does not support the
No other type of file (.mp4,...) can be played. It is recommended that the same recording simultaneous connection of two
".wma" files must be of the standard standard is always used for an individual disc, identical devices (two memory sticks,
wma 9 type. with as low a speed as possible (4x maximum) two Apple ® players) but it is possible
The sampling rates supported are 32, 44 and for optimum sound quality. to connect one memory stick and one
48 KHz. In the particular case of a multi-session CD, the Apple ® player at the same time.
Joliet standard is recommended.

It is recommended that the USB cable


It is advisable to restrict file names to for the portable device is used.
The system supports USB mass
20 characters, without using of special
storage devices, BlackBerry ® devices
characters (e.g.: " " ? ; ù) to avoid any playing
or Apple ® players via USB ports. The
and displaying problems.
adaptor cable is not supplied.
Control of the peripheral device is with
the audio system controls.
Other peripherals, not recognised on
connection, must be connected to the
auxiliary socket using a Jack cable (not
supplied).

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Audio and Telematics

Bluetooth® audio streaming Connecting Apple® players


Streaming allows audio files on your telephone
The classifications available are those
to be played through the vehicle's speakers.
of the portable device connected
(artists / albums / genres / playlists /
Connect the telephone: see the "Telephone" audiobooks / podcasts).
section, then "Bluetooth". The default classification used is by
Choose the "Audio" or "All" profile. artist. To modify the classification used,
return to the first level of the menu
If play does not start automatically, it may be then select the desired classification
necessary to start the audio playback from the (playlists for example) and confirm
Connect the Apple ® player to the USB port to go down through the menu to the
telephone. using a suitable cable (not supplied).
Control is from the peripheral device or by desired track.
Play starts automatically.
using the audio system buttons.

Control is via the audio system.


The version of software in the audio system
may not be compatible with the generation of
Once connected in streaming mode,
your Apple ® player.
the telephone is considered to be a
media source.
It is recommended that you activate
"Repeat" on the Bluetooth peripheral.

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Audio and Telematics

Managing the Jukebox


Connect the device (MP3 player...) to the USB Select the magnifying glass to enter
port or auxiliary Jack socket using a suitable the folder or album and select audio
audio cable. file by audio file.

Select "Confirm" then "Copy".


When no audio file is copied to the
system, which has a capacity of 8 GB,
all of the Jukebox function symbols are
Select "New folder" to create a
greyed and are not available.
folder structure in the Jukebox.

Select "Media list".


Or

Select "Keep structure" to retain the


Select copy "Copy Jukebox". structure from the device.

While copying the system returns


Select "Sort by folder". to the primary page; you can go
back to the copy view at any time by
selecting this button.

Or
"Sort by album".

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Settings
Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

Audio settings

Audio settings

Audio settings

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Ambience Choose the sound ambience.

Balance Sound distribution using the Arkamys ® system.

Set the volume or activate the link to vehicle


Settings Sound effects
speed.

Audio settings Ringtones Set the telephone ringtone and volume.

Set the volume and voice for speaking street


Voice
names

Confirm Save your settings.

Settings
Function that turns off the display.
Pressing the screen reactivates it.
Turn off screen

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Level 1 Level 2

Units

Factory settings

Configuration Adjust date and time

Display screen

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Audio and Telematics

Level 1 Level 2 Comments


Set the units used to display distance, fuel
Units
consumption and temperature.
Settings Select the desired data in the list then press
Delete data
Delete.
Secondary page
Factory settings Return to factory settings.
System Settings

Confirm Save the settings.

Settings

Secondary page Confirm Set the date and time then confirm.

Time/Date

Activate automatic text scrolling


Settings

Secondary page Activate animations Activate or deactivate the setting then confirm.

Screen settings
Confirm

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Level 1 Level 2

Choice of language

Configuration Calculator

Calendar

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Audio and Telematics

Level 1 Level 2 Comments

Settings

Secondary page Confirm Select the language then confirm.

Languages

Settings

Secondary page Select the calculator.

Calculator

Settings

Secondary page Select the calendar.

Calendar

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Audio settings
Press on Settings to display the
The distribution (or spatialisation using On-board audio: Arkamys © Sound
primary page.
the Arkamys ® system) of sound is an Staging optimises sound distribution in
audio process that allows the audio the the passenger compartment.
Select "Audio settings". quality to be adapted to the number of
passengers in the vehicle.
Available only with the 6-speaker
Select "Ambience" configuration.

The audio settings (Ambience, Bass:,


Or
Treble: and Loudness) are different
"Balance" and independent for each sound
source.
The settings for Distribution and
Or Balance are common to all sources.
"Sound effects"

- "Ambience" (choice of 6 musical


Or ambiences)
"Ringtones" - "Bass:"
- "Treble:"
- "Loudness" (Activate/Deactivate)
- "Distribution" ("Driver", "All
Or
passengers", "Front only")
"Voice". - "Audible response from touch screen"
- "Volume linked to speed" (Activate/
Deactivate)

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Audio and Telematics

Modifying system settings

Press on Settings to display the Press on Settings to display the Press on Settings to display the
primary page. primary page. primary page.

Press on the secondary page. Press on the secondary page. Press on the secondary page.

Select "System Settings". Select "Screen settings". Select "Time/Date" to change the
time zone, synchronisation with GPS,
the time and its format, then the date.

Select "Units" to change the units Activate or deactivate "Activate


of distance, fuel consumption and automatic text scrolling" and Select "Languages" to change
temperature. "Activate animations". language.

Select "Delete data" to delete the


list of recent destinations, personal Select "Calculator" to display a
points of interest, contacts in the list. calculator.

Choose the item then select "Delete". Select "Calendar" to display a


calendar.

Select "Factory settings" to return

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to the original settings.

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Audio and Telematics

Connected services
Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

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Audio and Telematics

Internet browser
Press on Connected services to
display the primary page.

Press on "Internet browser" to


display the browser home page;
first connect your smartphone by
Bluetooth, "Internet" option, see the
"Telephone" section.

Authentication for Internet browsing via


a smartphone is done using the Dial-Up
Networking (DUN) standard.

Some smartphones of the latest


generation do not support this
standard.

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Level 1 Level 2

Bluetooth (devices)

Usage monitor
Internet connection settings

Wi-Fi connection

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Audio and Telematics

Level 1 Level 2 Comments

Search Start the search for a device to connect.

Connected services Start or end the Bluetooth connection to the


Connect /Disconnect
selected device.
Secondary page
Import contacts from the selected telephone to
Update
save them in the audio system.
Bluetooth
connections Delete Delete the selected telephone.

Confirm Save the settings.

Connected services
Reset
Secondary page Reset the usage monitor, them confirm.
Confirm
Transfer rate

All Display all Wi-Fi networks.

Secure Display secure Wi-Fi networks.

Connected services
Remember Memorise the selected Wi-Fi network(s).
Secondary page
Add Add a new Wi-Fi network.
Wi-Fi connection

.
On/ Off Activate or deactivate a Wi-Fi network.

Select a Wi-Fi network found by the system and


Connect
connect to it.
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MirrorLinkTM

Optional depending on the


smartphone and operating system.

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MirrorLinkTM smartphone As a safety measure, applications


Start the application on the
smartphone (optional, depending
connection can only be viewed with the vehicle
on the smartphone and operating
stationary; display is interrupted once
system).
As a safety measure and because it the vehicle is moving.
requires sustained attention by the During the procedure, several screen
driver, using a smartphone when pages relating to certain functions
driving is prohibited. Please note: are displayed.
All operations must be done with the - if your smartphone is supported, to Accept to start and end the
vehicle stationary. make it "MirrorLinkTM" compatible, connection.
some phone manufacturers
Once connection is established, an page
nevertheless invite you to first
is displayed with the applications already
The synchronisation of a download a dedicated application.
downloaded to your smartphone and adapted
smartphone allows applications on a
to MirrorLinkTM technology.
smartphone that are adapted to the
If only one application has been downloaded to
MirrorLinkTM technology to be displayed
When connecting a smartphone to the smartphone, it starts automatically.
in the vehicle's screen.
The principles and standards the system, it is recommended that Access to the different audio sources remains
are constantly evolving. For the Bluetooth® be started on the smartphone. accessible in the margin of the MirrorLinkTM
communication process between the display, using touch buttons in the upper bar.
smartphone and the system to work Connect a USB cable. The Access to the menus for the system is possible
correctly, the smartphone must be smartphone charges when at any time using the dedicated buttons.
unlocked; update the operating system connected by a USB cable.
of your smartphone as well as the date
and time in the smartphone and the From the system, press on Voice recognition
system. "Connected services" to display the
Press the end of the lighting control stalk to
For the list of eligible smartphones, primary page.
start voice recognition of your smartphone via
connect to the brand's internet website the system.
Press on "MirrorLinkTM" to

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in your country. Voice recognition requires a compatible
start the application in the
smartphone connected to the vehicle by
system.
Bluetooth.

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Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

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Audio and Telematics

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments

Access or return to the applications already


downloaded to your smartphone and adapted to
MirrorLinkTM technology.

Access to a menu list depending on the


Connected
application chosen.
services
"Back": abandon the current operation, go up one
level.
MirrorLinkTM
"Home": access or return to the "Car mode" page.

Access to the "Connected services" primary


page.

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CarPlay®

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CarPlay® smartphone
connection
Connect a USB cable. The Voice recognition
As a safety measure and because it
smartphone charges when
requires sustained attention by the Press the end of the lighting control stalk to
connected by a USB cable.
driver, using a smartphone when start voice recognition of your smartphone via
driving is prohibited. On connecting the USB cable, the the system.
All operations must be done with the "Telephone" function changes to
vehicle stationary. "CarPlay" in the menu carrousel.
Press on "CarPlay" to display the
CarPlay ® interface.
The synchronisation of a
smartphone allows applications on a Or
smartphone that are adapted to the
CarPlay ® technology to be displayed in Connect the USB cable. The
the vehicle's screen. smartphone is charged while
As the principles and standards are connected by the USB cable.
constantly evolving, it is recommended
that you update the operating system of From the system, press on
your smartphone. "Connected services" to display the
For the list of eligible smartphones, primary page.
connect to the brand's internet website
Press on "CarPlay" to display the
in your country.
CarPlay ® interface.

As a safety measure, applications During the procedure, one or more

.
can only be viewed with the vehicle screen pages relating to certain
stationary; display is interrupted once functions are displayed on connection.
the vehicle is moving.

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Audio and Telematics

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments


Favourites

Calls The "Telephone" function is placed automatically


in "Siri" voice mode.
Telephone Contacts
Press on "Display contacts" for access to the
Keypad telephone menus.

Messages

Lists

Artists Press on "Music" to browse and select the tracks


on your smartphone.
Music Tracks
Press on "Playing" for access to the track
Albums currently playing.
Connected services
Other...
Apple ® CarPlay®

Press on "Destinations" to search for an address


by "Siri" voice command or by using the keypad.
Plan Destinations
The GPS function is through the telephone's 3G,
4G or Wi-Fi internet connection.

The "Messages" function is place automatically


in "Siri" voice mode to speak the message and
Messages Display messages the addressee.
Press on "Display messages" for access to the

.
messages.

Playing Access to the track currently playing.


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Telephone
Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

Call log

Contacts

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Audio and Telematics

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Comments


All calls

Incoming calls

Outgoing calls
Telephone
Contacts After making choices, start the call.
Call log
View
Magnifying glass
Create

Call

Addresses

Create

Modify

Delete
View
Telephone Delete all
After making choices, start the call.
Contacts By name

Confirm

Navigate to

Search for contact

Call

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Audio and Telematics

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Bluetooth (devices)

Telephone connection Devices detected

Telephone Options

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Audio and Telematics

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Start the search for another peripheral device to
Search
connect.
Telephone
connection Start or stop the Bluetooth connection to the
Connect / Disconnect
selected peripheral device.
Secondary page Import the contacts from the selected telephone
Update
to store them in the audio system.
Bluetooth
connection Delete Delete the selected telephone.

Confirm Save the settings.

Telephone
Telephone
connection

Secondary page Devices detected Audio streaming Start the search for peripheral devices.

Search for
Internet
devices

Cut the microphone temporarily so that the


Put on hold contact cannot hear your conversation with a
passenger.
Telephone Import the contacts from the selected telephone
Update
connection to save then in the audio system.

Secondary page Ringtones Choose the telephone ringtone and volume.

Telephone Options Contact records used and free, percentage of


Memory info. storage space used by internal contacts and

.
Bluetooth contacts.

Confirm Save the settings.

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Pairing a Bluetooth®
telephone
For reasons of safety and because they
Procedure from the system
require prolonged attention on the part Activate the telephone's Bluetooth function Select the name of the
of the driver, the operations for pairing and ensure that it is "visible to all" (telephone desired peripheral from the
the Bluetooth mobile telephone to the configuration). list and "Confirm".
hands-free system of the audio system
must be carried out with the vehicle Press on Telephone to display the
stationary. primary page. Enter a code of at least 4 figures for
the connection then "Confirm".

Procedure (short) from the Press on the secondary page.


telephone Enter this same code in the telephone then
In the Bluetooth menu of your device, select the accept the connection.
system name in the list of devices detected.
Select "Bluetooth connection".
The system offers to connect the telephone:
- in "Telephone" (hands-free kit, telephone
Enter a code of at least 4 figures in the device
only),
and confirm.
Select "Search for devices". - in "Audio streaming" (streaming: wireless
The list of telephones detected is playing of audio files from the telephone),
Enter this same code in the system,
displayed. - in "Internet" (internet browsing, only if your
select "OK" and confirm.
telephone is compatible with the "DUN"
Dial-Up Networking Bluetooth standard).
If the telephone is not detected, it is Select one or more profiles and confirm.
recommended that you switch the Bluetooth
function on your telephone off and then on again.

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Connecting a Bluetooth®
peripheral device
Automatic reconnection
On switching on the ignition, the telephone
The services available depend on Depending on the type of telephone, connected when the ignition was last switched
the network, the SIM card and the the system will ask you to accept or not off is automatically reconnected, if this
compatibility of the Bluetooth telephone the transfer of your contacts. connection mode had been activated during the
used. Check the telephone manual and If not, select "Update". pairing procedure.
with your network provider for details of
The connection is confirmed by the display of a
the services available to you.
message and the name of the telephone.

Manual connection
On return to the vehicle, if the last telephone
The ability of the system to connect Press on Telephone to display the
connected is present again, it is reconnected
with only one profile depends on the primary page.
automatically and within around 30 seconds
telephone. The three profiles may all
after switching on the ignition the pairing is
connect by default. Press on the secondary page.
done without any action on your part, with
(Bluetooth activated).
Visit www.peugeot.co.uk for more information To modify the automatic connection mode,
(compatibility, additional help, ...). select the telephone in the list then select the Select "Bluetooth" to display the list
desired profile. of paired peripherals.
The recognised telephone
appears in the list. Select the peripheral to connect.

Press on "Search for devices".

.
Depending on your telephone, you may be
asked to accept automatic connection every
The connection is confirmed by the display of a
time the ignition is switched on.
message and the name of the telephone.

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Managing paired Receiving a call Making a call


telephones
An incoming call is announced by a ring and a
This function allows the connection or Using the telephone is not
superimposed display in the screen.
disconnection of a peripheral device as recommended while driving.
well as the deletion of a pairing. Make a short press on the steering Park the vehicle.
mounted TEL button to accept an Make the call using the steering
Press on Telephone to display the incoming call. mounted controls.
primary page.
Make a long press Calling a new number
Press on the secondary page.
Press on Telephone to display the
on the steering mounted TEL button primary page.
Select "Bluetooth" to display the list to reject the call.
of paired peripheral devices. Enter the phone number using the
digital keypad.
Or
Select the peripheral in the list. Press "Call" to start the call.

Select "Search for devices" Select "End call".

Calling a contact
Press on Telephone to display the
Or
primary page.
"Connect / Disconnect" to start or
end the Bluetooth connection with
the selected device. Or make a long press

Or
"Delete" to delete the pairing. on the steering mounted TEL button.

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Managing contacts / entries

Select "Contacts". Press on Telephone to display the Select "By name" to view the list of
primary page. contacts.

Select the desired contact from the list offered. Select "Contacts".

Select "Call".

Select "View".

Calling a recently used number


Select "Create" to add a new contact.

Press on Telephone to display the


primary page.
Or
"Modify" to edit the selected contact.
Select "Call log".

Or
Select the desired contact from the list offered. "Delete" to delete the selected
contact.
It is always possible to make a call
directly from the telephone; park the
Or
vehicle first as a safety measure.
"Delete all" to delete all information

.
for the selected contact.

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Frequently asked questions


The following table groups together the answers to the most frequently asked questions concerning your audio system.

Navigation
QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION
The route calculation is not The route settings may conflict with the current location (exclusion of Check the route settings in the "Navigation"
successful. toll roads on a toll motorway). menu.

The POIs do not appear. The POIs have not been selected. Select the POIs in the list of POIs.

The Risk areas audible The audible warning is not active. Activate audible warnings in the "Navigation"
warning does not work. menu.

The system does not The guidance criteria do not take account of TMC messages. Select the "Information" function in the list of route
suggest a detour around an settings.
incident on the route.

I receive a Risk areas alert Other than guidance, the system announces all Risk areas Zoom in on the map to view the exact position of
which is not on my route. positioned in a cone located in front of the vehicle. It may provide an the Risk areas. Select "On the route" to no longer
alert for Risk areas located on nearby or parallel roads. receive alerts other than navigation instructions or
to reduce the time for the announcement.

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QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION


Certain traffic jams along On starting, it is several minutes before the system begins to receive Wait until the traffic information is being received
the route are not indicated the traffic information. correctly (display of the traffic information icons
in real time. on the map).

The filters are too restrictive. Modify the settings.

In certain countries, only major routes (motorways...) are listed for This phenomenon is normal. The system is
the traffic information. dependent on the traffic information available.

The altitude is not On starting, the initialisation of the GPS may take up to 3 minutes to Wait until the system has started up completely so
displayed. receive more than 4 satellites correctly. that there is GPS coverage by at least 4 satellites.

Depending on the geographical environment (tunnel...) or the This phenomenon is normal. The system
weather, the conditions of reception of the GPS signal may vary. is dependent on the GPS signal reception
conditions.

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Radio
QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION
The quality of reception of The vehicle is too far from the transmitter used by the station Activate the "RDS" function by means of the
the radio station listened listened to or there is no transmitter in the geographical area short-cut menu to enable the system to check
to gradually deteriorates through which the vehicle is travelling. whether there is a more powerful transmitter in
or the stored stations do the geographical area.
not function (no sound,
87.5 Mhz is displayed...). The environment (hills, buildings, tunnels, basement car parks...) This phenomenon is normal and does not indicate
block reception, including in RDS mode. a fault with the audio system.

The aerial is absent or has been damaged (for example when going Have the aerial checked by a PEUGEOT dealer.
through a car wash or into an underground car park).

I cannot find some radio The station is not received or its name has changed in the list. Press and hold the "List" button at the steering
stations in the list of mounted controls to update the list of stations
stations received. received or press on the system update function:
Some radio stations send other information in place of their name "Update list".
(the title of the song for example).
The name of the radio The system interprets this information as the name of the station.
station changes.

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Media
QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION
Playback of my USB Some files supplied with the memory stick may greatly slow down Delete the files supplied with the memory stick
memory stick starts only access to reading the memory stick (multiplication by 10 of the and limit the number of sub-folders in the file
after a very long wait catalogue time). structure on the memory stick.
(around 2 to 3 minutes).

When I connect my iPhone When the iPhone connects automatically as a telephone, it forces Disconnect and reconnect to the USB port (the
as a telephone and to the the streaming function. The streaming function takes the place of USB function takes priority over streaming).
USB port at the same time, the USB function which is then not useable, there is a period without
I am unable to play the sound of the track being played with Apple ® players.
music files.

The CD is ejected The CD is inserted upside down, is unplayable, does not contain any Check that the CD is inserted in the player the
automatically or is not audio data or contains an audio format which the player cannot play. right way up.
played by the player. Check the condition of the CD: the CD cannot be
The CD has been recorded in a format that is not compatible with the player (udf...). played if it is too badly damaged.
Check the content in the case of a recorded CD:
The CD is protected by an anti-pirating protection system which is refer to the advice in the "AUDIO" section.
not recognised by the audio system. The audio system's CD player does not play
DVDs.
Some recorded CDs will not be played by the
audio system because they are not of adequate
quality.

There is a long waiting When a new medium is inserted, the system reads a certain This phenomenon is normal.
period following the insertion amount of data (directory, title, artist, etc.). This may take from a few

.
of a CD or connection of a seconds to a few minutes.
USB memory stick.

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QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION


The CD player sound is The CD used is scratched or of poor quality. Insert good quality CDs and store them in suitable
poor. conditions.

The audio equipment settings (bass, treble, ambiences) are Set the treble or bass level to 0, without selecting
unsuitable. an ambience.

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 files The peripheral device connected does not support automatic play. Start the playback from the device.
does not start.

The names of tracks and The Bluetooth profile does not allow the transfer of this information.
the track length are not
displayed on the screen
when streaming audio.

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Settings
QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION
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 Modifying one without the other is not possible. the desired musical ambience.
equalizer setting is
deselected.

In changing the equalizer


setting, treble and bass
return to zero.

When changing the The selection of a distribution setting imposes the balance settings. Modify the balance or distribution settings to
balance settings, the Modifying one without the other is not possible. obtain the desired musical ambience.
distribution setting is
deselected.

When changing an
distribution setting,
the balance setting is
deselected.

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QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION


There is a difference in For optimum sound quality, the audio settings for Loudness, Check that the audio settings (Loudness,
sound quality between the Ambience, Treble, Bass, Volume can be adapted to the different Ambience, Treble, Bass, Volume) are adapted to
different audio sources. sound sources, which may result in audible differences when the sources listened to. Adjust Balance, Treble
changing source. and Bass to the middle position, select the
"None" mu