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  • OPEL ZAFIRA TOUREROwner's Manual

  • Introduction .................................... 2In brief ............................................ 6Keys, doors and windows ............ 20Seats, restraints ........................... 36Storage ........................................ 66Instruments and controls ............. 96Lighting ...................................... 138Climate control ........................... 150Driving and operating ................. 158Vehicle care ............................... 222Service and maintenance .......... 268Technical data ........................... 272Customer information ................ 292Index .......................................... 298


  • 2 Introduction


  • Introduction 3

    Vehicle specific dataPlease enter your vehicle's data onthe previous page to keep it easilyaccessible. This information isavailable in the sections "Service andmaintenance" and "Technical data"as well as on the identification plate.

    IntroductionYour vehicle is a designedcombination of advanced technology,safety, environmental friendlinessand economy.This Owner's Manual provides youwith all the necessary information toenable you to drive your vehiclesafely and efficiently.Make sure your passengers areaware of the possible risk of accidentand injury which may result fromimproper use of the vehicle.You must always comply with thespecific laws and regulations of thecountry that you are in. These lawsmay differ from the information in thisOwner's Manual.

    When this Owner's Manual refers to aworkshop visit, we recommend yourOpel Service Partner. For gasvehicles we recommend an OpelRepairer authorised for servicing gasvehicles.All Opel Service Partners providefirst-class service at reasonableprices. Experienced mechanicstrained by Opel work according tospecific Opel instructions.The customer literature pack shouldalways be kept ready to hand in thevehicle.

    Using this manual● This manual describes all options

    and features available for thismodel. Certain descriptions,including those for display andmenu functions, may not apply toyour vehicle due to modelvariant, country specifications,special equipment oraccessories.

    ● The "In brief" section will give youan initial overview.

    ● The table of contents at thebeginning of this manual andwithin each section shows wherethe information is located.

    ● The index will enable you tosearch for specific information.

    ● This Owner's Manual depicts left-hand drive vehicles. Operation issimilar for right-hand drivevehicles.

    ● The Owner's Manual uses thefactory engine designations. Thecorresponding salesdesignations can be found in thesection "Technical data".

    ● Directional data, e.g. left or right,or front or back, always relate tothe direction of travel.

    ● The vehicle display screens maynot support your specificlanguage.

    ● Display messages and interiorlabelling are written in boldletters.

  • 4 Introduction

    Danger, Warnings andCautions

    9 Danger

    Text marked 9 Danger providesinformation on risk of fatal injury.Disregarding this information mayendanger life.

    9 Warning

    Text marked 9 Warning providesinformation on risk of accident orinjury. Disregarding thisinformation may lead to injury.


    Text marked Caution providesinformation on possible damage tothe vehicle. Disregarding thisinformation may lead to vehicledamage.

    SymbolsPage references are indicated with 3.3 means "see page".We wish you many hours ofpleasurable driving.Adam Opel AG

  • Introduction 5

  • 6 In brief

    In brief

    Initial drive information

    Vehicle unlocking

    Press c to unlock the doors and loadcompartment. Open the doors bypulling the handles. To open thetailgate, push the touchpad switchbelow the handle.Radio remote control 3 21, Centrallocking system 3 22, Loadcompartment 3 25.

    Seat adjustmentSeat positioning

    Pull handle, slide seat, releasehandle. Try to move the seat back andforth to ensure that the seat is lockedin place.Seat position 3 38, Seat adjustment3 38.

    9 Danger

    Do not sit nearer than 25 cm fromthe steering wheel, to permit safeairbag deployment.

  • In brief 7

    Seat backrests

    Pull lever, adjust inclination andrelease lever. Allow the seat toengage audibly.Seat position 3 38, Seat adjustment3 38.

    Seat height

    Lever pumping motionup : seat higherdown : seat lower

    Seat position 3 38, Seat adjustment3 38.

    Seat inclination

    Lever pumping motionup : front end higherdown : front end lower

    Seat position 3 38, Seat adjustment3 38.

  • 8 In brief

    Power seat adjustment

    Operate switch 1:forwards/back‐wards

    : lengthwiseadjustment


    : height adjustment

    upwards/down‐wards at front

    : inclinationadjustment

    Operate switch 2:forwards/backwards atthe top

    : backrest adjustment

    Power seat adjustment 3 41.

    Head restraint adjustment

    Press release button, adjust height,engage.Head restraints 3 36.

    Seat belt

    Pull out the seat belt and engage inbelt buckle. The seat belt must not betwisted and must fit close against thebody. The backrest must not be tiltedback too far (maximum approx. 25 °).To release belt, press red button onbelt buckle.Seat position 3 38, Seat belts3 50, Airbag system 3 54.

  • In brief 9

    Mirror adjustmentInterior mirror

    To reduce dazzle, adjust the lever onthe underside of the mirror housing.Interior mirror 3 30, Automatic anti-dazzle interior mirror 3 31.

    Exterior mirrors

    Select the relevant exterior mirror andadjust it.Convex exterior mirrors 3 29,Electric adjustment 3 29, Foldingexterior mirrors 3 29, Heatedexterior mirrors 3 30.

    Steering wheel adjustment

    Unlock the lever, adjust the steeringwheel, then engage the lever andensure it is fully locked.Do not adjust the steering wheelunless the vehicle is stationary andthe steering wheel lock has beenreleased.Airbag system 3 54, Ignitionpositions 3 160.

  • 10 In brief

    Instrument panel overview

  • In brief 11

    1 Power windows ..................... 322 Exterior mirrors ..................... 293 Cruise control ..................... 179

    Speed limiter ....................... 180

    Adaptive cruise control ....... 181

    Forward collision alert ......... 1884 Side air vents ...................... 1565 Turn and lane-change

    signals, headlight flash,low beam and high beam,high beam assist ................ 145

    Exit lighting ......................... 149

    Parking lights ...................... 146

    Buttons for DriverInformation Centre .............. 116

    6 Instruments ........................ 1047 Steering wheel controls ....... 978 Driver Information Centre .... 1169 Windscreen wiper,

    windscreen washersystem, headlight washersystem, rear wiper, rearwasher system ...................... 98

    10 Central locking system .......... 22

    Hazard warning flashers .... 145

    Sport mode ........................ 177

    Tour mode .......................... 177

    Fuel selector ....................... 105

    Control indicator for airbagdeactivation ........................ 111

    Control indicator for frontpassenger seat belt ........... 110

    11 Info-Display ........................ 12012 Centre air vents .................. 15613 Anti-theft alarm system

    status LED ........................... 2714 Glovebox .............................. 6615 Climate control system ........ 15016 AUX input, USB input, SD

    card slot ................................ 10

    Power outlet ........................ 10217 Selector lever, manual

    transmission ....................... 172

    Automatic transmission ...... 169

    18 Traction Control system ..... 175

    Electronic Stability Control . 176

    Lane departure warning ..... 20719 Electric parking brake ......... 17320 Parking assist systems ....... 194

    Eco button for stop-startsystem ................................. 161

    21 Ignition switch withsteering wheel lock ............ 160

    22 Horn ..................................... 98

    Driver airbag ........................ 5723 Bonnet release lever .......... 22424 Fuse box ............................ 242

    Storage compartment ........... 6825 Steering wheel adjustment . . 9726 Light switch ........................ 138

    Headlight rangeadjustment ......................... 141

    Front fog lights ................... 146

    Rear fog light ...................... 146

    Instrument illumination ....... 147

  • 12 In brief

  • In brief 13

    Exterior lighting

    Turn light switch:7 : lights off8 : sidelights9 : low beam

    Automatic light controlAUTO : automatic light control:

    exterior lighting is switchedon and off automatically

    m : activation or deactivation ofthe automatic light control

    8 : sidelights9 : low beam

    Fog lightsPress light switch:> : front fog lightsr : rear fog light

    Lighting 3 138.

    Headlight flash, high beam andlow beam

    headlight flash : pull leverhigh beam : push leverlow beam : push or pull lever

    Automatic light control 3 139, Highbeam 3 140, High beam assist3 140, Headlight flash 3 140,Adaptive forward lighting 3 142.

  • 14 In brief

    Turn and lane-change signals

    lever up : right turn signallever down : left turn signal

    Turn and lane-change signals3 145, Parking lights 3 146.

    Hazard warning flashers

    Operated by pressing ¨.Hazard warning flashers 3 145.


    Press j.

  • In brief 15

    Washer and wiper systemsWindscreen wiper

    HI : fastLO : slowINT : interval wiping or automatic

    wiping with rain sensorOFF : off

    For a single wipe when thewindscreen wiper is off, press thelever down to position 1x.Windscreen wiper 3 98, Wiperblade replacement 3 230.

    Windscreen and headlightwasher

    Pull lever.Windscreen and headlight washersystem 3 98, Washer fluid 3 228.

    Rear window wiper

    Press the rocker switch to activate therear window wiper:upper switch : continuous

    operationlower switch : intermittent

    operationmiddle position : off

  • 16 In brief

    Rear window washer

    Push lever.Washer fluid is sprayed on the rearwindow and the wiper wipes a fewtimes.Rear window wiper/washer 3 100.

    Climate controlHeated rear window, heatedexterior mirrors

    The heating is operated by pressingÜ.Heated rear window 3 34.

    Demisting and defrosting thewindows

    Press V.Set the temperature control to thehighest level.Heated rear window Ü on.Climate control system 3 150.

  • In brief 17

    TransmissionManual transmission

    Reverse: with the vehicle stationary,depress clutch pedal, press therelease button on the selector leverand engage the gear.If the gear does not engage, set thelever to neutral, release the clutchpedal and depress again; then repeatgear selection.Manual transmission 3 172.

    Automatic transmission

    P : parkR : reverseN : neutralD : drive

    Manual mode: move selector leverfrom D to the left.< : higher gear] : lower gear

    The selector lever can only be movedout of P when the ignition is on andthe brake pedal is applied. To engageP or R, press the release button.Automatic transmission 3 169.

    Starting offCheck before starting off● Tyre pressure and condition

    3 246, 3 288.● Engine oil level and fluid levels

    3 225.● All windows, mirrors, exterior

    lighting and number plates arefree from dirt, snow and ice andare operational.

    ● Proper position of mirrors, seats,and seat belts 3 29, 3 38,3 51.

    ● Brake function at low speed,particularly if the brakes are wet.

  • 18 In brief

    Starting the engine

    ● Turn key to position 1.● Move the steering wheel slightly

    to release the steering wheellock.

    ● Operate clutch and brake.● Automatic transmission in P or N.● Do not operate accelerator pedal.● Diesel engines: turn the key to

    position 2 for preheating and waituntil control indicator !extinguishes.

    ● Turn key to position 3 andrelease.

    Starting the engine 3 160.

    Stop-start system

    If the vehicle is at a low speed or at astandstill and certain conditions arefulfilled, activate an Autostop asfollows:● Depress the clutch pedal.● Shift the selector lever to N.● Release the clutch pedal.

    An Autostop is indicated by theneedle at the AUTOSTOP position inthe tachometer.To restart the engine, depress theclutch pedal again.Stop-start system 3 161.


    9 Warning

    ● Do not park the vehicle on aneasily ignitable surface. Thehigh temperature of theexhaust system could ignite thesurface.

    ● Always apply the parkingbrake. Activate the manualparking brake without pressingthe release button. Apply asfirmly as possible on a downhillslope or uphill slope. Depressfoot brake at the same time toreduce operating force.For vehicles with electricparking brake, pull switch m forapprox. one second.The electric parking brake isapplied when control indicatorm illuminates 3 111.

    ● Switch off the engine.● If the vehicle is on a level

    surface or uphill slope, engagefirst gear or set the selector

  • In brief 19

    lever to position P beforeremoving the ignition key. Onan uphill slope, turn the frontwheels away from the kerb.If the vehicle is on a downhillslope, engage reverse gear orset the selector lever to positionP before removing the ignitionkey. Turn the front wheelstowards the kerb.

    ● Close the windows.● Remove the ignition key. Turn

    the steering wheel until thesteering wheel lock is felt toengage.For vehicles with automatictransmission, the key can onlybe removed when the selectorlever is in position P.

    ● Lock the vehicle by pressing e onthe radio remote control.

    ● Activate the anti-theft alarmsystem 3 27.

    ● The engine cooling fans may runafter the engine has beenswitched off 3 224.


    After running at high enginespeeds or with high engine loads,operate the engine briefly at a lowload or run in neutral forapprox. 30 seconds beforeswitching off, in order to protectthe turbocharger.

    Keys, locks 3 20, Laying the vehicleup for a long period of time 3 223.

  • 20 Keys, doors and windows

    Keys, doors andwindows

    Keys, locks ................................... 20Keys .......................................... 20Car Pass .................................... 21Radio remote control ................. 21Central locking system .............. 22Memorised settings ................... 24Automatic locking ...................... 24Child locks ................................. 25

    Doors ........................................... 25Load compartment .................... 25

    Vehicle security ............................ 26Anti-theft locking system ........... 26Anti-theft alarm system .............. 27Immobiliser ................................ 28

    Exterior mirrors ............................ 29Convex shape ........................... 29Electric adjustment .................... 29Folding mirrors .......................... 29Heated mirrors ........................... 30

    Interior mirrors ............................. 30Manual anti-dazzle .................... 30Automatic anti-dazzle ................ 31

    Windows ...................................... 31Windscreen ............................... 31Manual windows ........................ 31Power windows ......................... 32Heated rear window .................. 34Sun visors .................................. 34Roller blinds ............................... 34

    Roof ............................................. 34Glass panel ............................... 34

    Keys, locksKeys


    Do not attach heavy or bulky itemsto the ignition key.

    Replacement keysThe key number is specified in theCar Pass or on a detachable tag.The key number must be quotedwhen ordering replacement keys as itis a component of the immobilisersystem.Locks 3 264.The code number of the adapter forthe locking wheel nuts is specified ona card. It must be quoted whenordering a replacement adapter.Wheel changing 3 254.

  • Keys, doors and windows 21

    Key with foldaway key section

    Press button to extend. To fold thekey, first press the button.

    Car PassThe Car Pass contains securityrelated vehicle data and shouldtherefore be kept in a safe place.When the vehicle is taken to aworkshop, this vehicle data is neededin order to perform certain operations.

    Radio remote control

    Used to operate:● central locking system● anti-theft locking system● anti-theft alarm system● power windows

    The radio remote control has a rangeof approx. 20 metres. It can berestricted by external influences. Thehazard warning flashers confirmoperation.Handle with care, protect frommoisture and high temperatures andavoid unnecessary operation.

    FaultIf the central locking system cannotbe operated with the radio remotecontrol, it may be due to the following:● The range is exceeded.● The battery voltage is too low.● Frequent, repeated operation of

    the radio remote control while notin range, which will require re-synchronisation.

    ● Overload of the central lockingsystem by operating at frequentintervals, the power supply isinterrupted for a short time.

    ● Interference from higher-powerradio waves from other sources.

    Unlocking 3 22.

    Basic settingsSome settings can be changed in theSettings menu in the Info-Display.Vehicle personalisation 3 129.

    Radio remote control batteryreplacementReplace the battery as soon as therange reduces.

  • 22 Keys, doors and windows

    Batteries do not belong in householdwaste. They must be disposed of atan appropriate recycling collectionpoint.

    Key with foldaway key section

    Extend the key and open the unit.Replace the battery (battery typeCR 2032), paying attention to theinstallation position. Close the unitand synchronise.

    Radio remote controlsynchronisationAfter replacing the battery, unlock thedoor with the key in the driver's doorlock. The radio remote control will besynchronised when you switch on theignition.

    Central locking systemUnlocks and locks doors, loadcompartment and fuel filler flap.A pull on an interior door handleunlocks the respective door. Pullingthe handle once more opens the door.NoteIn the event of an accident in whichairbags or belt pretensioners aredeployed, the vehicle isautomatically unlocked.

    NoteA short time after unlocking with theremote control, the doors arerelocked automatically if no door hasbeen opened.


    Press c.Two settings are selectable:● To unlock only the driver's door,

    load compartment and fuel fillerflap, press c once. To unlock alldoors, press c twice.

    ● Press c once to unlock all doors,load compartment and fuel fillerflap.

  • Keys, doors and windows 23

    The setting can be changed in theSettings menu in the Info-Display.Vehicle personalisation 3 129.The setting can be saved for the keybeing used. Memorised settings3 24.

    LockingClose doors, load compartment andfuel filler flap.

    Press e.If the driver's door is not closedproperly, the central locking systemwill not work.

    Unlocking and opening thetailgate

    Press c when the ignition is off. Thetailgate is released to be unlockedand opened by pushing the touchpadswitch below the handle.

    Central locking buttonsLocks or unlocks all doors, the loadcompartment and fuel filler flap fromthe passenger compartment.

    Press e to lock.Press c to unlock.

  • 24 Keys, doors and windows

    Fault in radio remote controlsystem


    Manually unlock the driver's door byturning the key in the lock. Switch onthe ignition and press c to unlock alldoors, load compartment and fuelfiller flap. By switching on the ignition,the anti-theft locking system isdeactivated.

    LockingManually lock the driver's door byturning the key in the lock.

    Fault in central locking system

    UnlockingManually unlock the driver's door byturning the key in the lock. The otherdoors can be opened by pulling theinterior handle twice. The loadcompartment and fuel filler flapcannot be opened. To deactivate theanti-theft locking system, switch onthe ignition 3 27.

    LockingPush inside locking knob of all doorsexcept driver's door. Then close thedriver's door and lock it from theoutside with the key. The fuel filler flapand tailgate cannot be locked.

    Memorised settingsWhenever the key is removed fromthe ignition switch, the followingsettings are automatically memorisedby the key:● lighting● Infotainment system● central locking system

    ● Sport mode settings● comfort settings

    The saved settings are automaticallyused the next time the memorised keyis inserted into the ignition switch andturned to position 1 3 160.A precondition is that Personalizationby driver is activated in the personalsettings of the Graphic-Info-Display.This must be set for each key used.On vehicles equipped withColour-Info-Display, thepersonalisation is permanentlyactivated.Vehicle personalisation 3 129.

    Automatic lockingThis security feature can beconfigured to automatically lock alldoors, load compartment and fuelfiller flap as soon as a certain speedis exceeded.Additionally, it is configurable tounlock the driver's door or all doorsafter the ignition is switched off andthe ignition key is removed (manual

  • Keys, doors and windows 25

    transmission) or the selector lever ismoved to position P (automatictransmission).Settings can be changed in theSettings menu in the Info-Display.Vehicle personalisation 3 129.The settings can be saved for the keybeing used 3 24.

    Child locks

    9 Warning

    Use the child locks wheneverchildren are occupying the rearseats.

    Using a key or suitable screwdriver,turn the child lock in the rear door tothe horizontal position. The doorcannot be opened from the inside. Fordeactivation turn the child lock to thevertical position.

    DoorsLoad compartmentTailgate


    After unlocking, push the touchpadswitch under the tailgate mouldingand open the tailgate.Central locking system 3 22.

  • 26 Keys, doors and windows


    Use the interior handle.Do not push the touchpad switchunder the tailgate moulding whilstclosing as this will unlock the tailgateagain.Central locking system 3 22.

    General hints for operatingtailgate

    9 Danger

    Do not drive with the tailgate openor ajar, e.g. when transportingbulky objects, since toxic exhaustgases, which cannot be seen orsmelled, could enter the vehicle.This can cause unconsciousnessand even death.


    Before opening the tailgate, checkoverhead obstructions, e.g. agarage door, to avoid damage tothe tailgate. Always check themoving area above and behind thetailgate.

    NoteThe installation of certain heavyaccessories onto the tailgate mayaffect its ability to remain open.

    Vehicle securityAnti-theft locking system

    9 Warning

    Do not use the system if there arepeople in the vehicle! The doorscannot be unlocked from theinside.

    The system deadlocks all the doors.All doors must be closed otherwisethe system cannot be activated.If the ignition was on, the driver's doormust be opened and closed once sothat the vehicle can be secured.Unlocking the vehicle disables themechanical anti-theft locking system.This is not possible with the centrallocking button.

  • Keys, doors and windows 27


    Press e on the radio remote controltwice within 15 seconds.

    Anti-theft alarm systemThe anti-theft alarm system iscombined with the anti-theft lockingsystem.It monitors:● doors, tailgate, bonnet● passenger compartment

    including adjoining loadcompartment

    ● vehicle inclination, e.g. if it israised

    ● ignition

    Activation● Self-activated 30 seconds after

    locking the vehicle (initialisationof the system).

    ● Directly by pressing e on theradio remote control once moreafter locking.

    NoteChanges to the vehicle interior suchas the use of seat covers, and openwindows or sunroof, could impair thefunction of passenger compartmentmonitoring.

    Activation without monitoring ofpassenger compartment andvehicle inclination

    Switch off the monitoring ofpassenger compartment and vehicleinclination when animals are beingleft in the vehicle, because of highvolume ultrasonic signals or

  • 28 Keys, doors and windows

    movements triggering the alarm. Alsoswitch off when the vehicle is on aferry or train.1. Close tailgate, bonnet and

    windows.2. Press o. LED in the button

    illuminates for a maximum of10 minutes.

    3. Close doors.4. Activate the anti-theft alarm

    system.Status message is displayed in theDriver Information Centre.

    Status LED

    Status LED is integrated in the sensoron top of the instrument panel.Status during the first 30 seconds ofanti-theft alarm system activation:LED illuminates : test, arming delayLED flashesquickly

    : doors, tailgate orbonnet notcompletely closed,or system fault

    Status after system is armed:LED flashesslowly

    : system is armed

    Seek the assistance of a workshop inthe event of faults.

    DeactivationUnlocking the vehicle deactivates theanti-theft alarm system.

    AlarmWhen triggered, the alarm hornsounds and the hazard warning lightsflash simultaneously. The numberand duration of alarm signals arestipulated by legislation.

    The alarm can be silenced bypressing any button on the radioremote control or by switching on theignition.The anti-theft alarm system can bedeactivated only by pressing c or byswitching on the ignition.A triggered alarm, which has not beeninterrupted by the driver, will beindicated by the hazard warninglights. They will flash quickly threetimes when the vehicle is unlockednext time with the radio remotecontrol. Additionally a warningmessage or a warning code isdisplayed in the Driver InformationCentre after switching on the ignition.Vehicle messages 3 122.

    ImmobiliserThe system is part of the ignitionswitch and checks whether thevehicle is allowed to be started withthe key being used.The immobiliser is activatedautomatically after the key has beenremoved from the ignition switch.

  • Keys, doors and windows 29

    If the control indicator d flashes whenthe ignition is on, there is a fault in thesystem; the engine cannot be started.Switch off the ignition and repeat thestart attempt.If the control indicator continuesflashing, attempt to start the engineusing the spare key and seek theassistance of a workshop.NoteThe immobiliser does not lock thedoors. You should always lock thevehicle after leaving it and switch onthe anti-theft alarm system 3 22,3 27.

    Control indicator d 3 115.

    Exterior mirrorsConvex shapeThe convex exterior mirror containsan aspherical area and reduces blindspots. The shape of the mirror makesobjects appear smaller, which willaffect the ability to estimatedistances.Side blind spot alert 3 201.

    Electric adjustment

    Select the relevant exterior mirror byturning the control to left (L) or right(R). Then swivel the control to adjustthe mirror.In position 0 no mirror is selected.

    Folding mirrors

    For pedestrian safety, the exteriormirrors will swing out of their normalmounting position if they are struckwith sufficient force. Reposition themirror by applying slight pressure tothe mirror housing.

  • 30 Keys, doors and windows

    Electric folding

    Turn control to 0, then push thecontrol down. Both exterior mirrorswill fold.Push the control down again - bothexterior mirrors return to their originalposition.If an electrically folded mirror ismanually extended, pressing downthe control will only electrically extendthe other mirror.

    Heated mirrors

    Operated by pressing Ü.Heating works with the enginerunning and is switched offautomatically after a short time.

    Interior mirrorsManual anti-dazzle

    To reduce dazzle, adjust the lever onthe underside of the mirror housing.

  • Keys, doors and windows 31

    Automatic anti-dazzle

    Dazzle from following vehicles atnight is automatically reduced.

    WindowsWindscreenHeat-reflecting windscreenThe heat-reflecting windscreen has acoating which reflects solar radiation.Also data signals, e.g. from tollstations, might be reflected.

    The marked areas on the windscreenare not covered with the coating.Devices for electronic data recordingand fee payment must be attached inthese areas. Otherwise datarecording malfunctions may occur.

    Windscreen stickersDo not attach stickers such as tollroad stickers or similar on thewindscreen in the area of the interiormirror. Otherwise the detection zoneof the sensor and the view area of thecamera in the mirror housing could berestricted.

    Windscreen replacement


    If the vehicle has a front-lookingcamera sensor for the driverassistance systems, it is veryimportant that any windscreenreplacement is performedaccurately according to Opelspecifications. Otherwise, thesesystems may not work properlyand there is a risk of unexpectedbehaviour and/or messages fromthese systems.

    Manual windowsThe door windows can be opened orclosed with the window cranks.

  • 32 Keys, doors and windows

    Power windows

    9 Warning

    Take care when operating thepower windows. Risk of injury,particularly to children.If there are children on the rearseats, switch on the child safetysystem for the power windows.Keep a close watch on thewindows when closing them.Ensure that nothing becomestrapped in them as they move.

    Switch on ignition to operate powerwindows. Retained power off 3 160.

    Operate the switch for the respectivewindow by pushing to open or pullingto close.Pushing or pulling gently to the firstdetent: window moves up or down aslong as the switch is operated.Pushing or pulling firmly to the seconddetent and then releasing: windowmoves up or down automatically withsafety function enabled. To stopmovement, operate the switch oncemore in the same direction.

    Safety functionIf the window glass encountersresistance above the middle of thewindow during automatic closing, it isimmediately stopped and openedagain.

    Override safety functionIn the event of closing difficulties dueto frost or the like, switch on theignition, then pull the switch to the firstdetent and hold. The window movesup without safety function enabled.To stop movement, release theswitch.

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    Child safety system for rearwindows

    Press z to deactivate rear doorpower windows, the LED illuminates.To activate, press z again.

    Operating windows from outsideThe windows can be operatedremotely from outside the vehicle.

    Press and hold c to open windows.Press and hold e to close windows.Release button to stop windowmovement.If the windows are fully opened orclosed, the hazard warning lights willflash two times.

    OverloadIf the windows are repeatedlyoperated within short intervals, thewindow operation is disabled forsome time.

    Initialising the power windowsIf the windows cannot be closedautomatically (e.g. afterdisconnecting the vehicle battery), awarning message or a warning codeis displayed in the Driver InformationCentre.Vehicle messages 3 122.Activate the window electronics asfollows:1. Close doors.2. Switch on ignition.3. Pull switch until the window is

    closed and keep pulling foradditional 2 seconds.

    4. Repeat for each window.

  • 34 Keys, doors and windows

    Heated rear window

    Operated by pressing Ü.Heating works with the enginerunning and is switched offautomatically after a short time.Depending on the engine type, theheated rear window comes onautomatically when the diesel particlefilter is being cleaned.

    Sun visorsThe sun visors can be folded down orswivelled to the side to preventdazzling.

    If the sun visors have integral mirrors,the mirror covers should be closedwhen driving.A ticket holder is located on thebackside of the sun visor.

    Roller blinds

    To reduce sunlight at the second rowseats, pull the blind upwards usingthe grip and engage it at the top of thedoor frame.

    RoofGlass panelPanorama roof

    Pull the slider to open the cover of thepanorama roof.Push the slider to cover the panoramaroof.

    SunblindThe sunblind above the rear seats iselectrically operated.

  • Keys, doors and windows 35

    G : openH : close

    Press G or H gently to the firstdetent: the sunblind is opened orclosed as long as the switch isoperated.Press G or H firmly to the seconddetent and then release: the sunblindis opened or closed automatically. Tostop movement, operate the switchonce more.

    Safety functionIf the sunblind encounters resistanceduring automatic closing, it isimmediately stopped and openedagain.

    Function standbyIn ignition switch position 1 thesunblind is operational 3 160.

    Initialising after a power failureAfter a power failure, it may only bepossible to operate the sunblind to alimited extent. Initialise the system asfollows:1. Turn key in ignition switch to

    position 1.2. Press G (open) twice gently to the

    first detent, the sunblind opensslightly.

    3. Immediately press H (close)twice gently to the first detent, thesunblind closes slightly.After step 3 the sunblind is ininitialising mode without safetyfunction.

    4. Press G (open) gently to the firstdetent until the sunblind iscompletely opened.

    5. Press H (close) gently to the firstdetent until the sunblind iscompletely closed.

    After this procedure, the sunblind isinitialised with safety functionactivated.When G or H is pressed firmly to thesecond detent during initialising, theprocedure is cancelled.

  • 36 Seats, restraints

    Seats, restraints

    Head restraints ............................ 36Active head restraints ................ 37

    Front seats ................................... 38Seat position .............................. 38Seat adjustment ........................ 38Power seat adjustment .............. 41Armrest ...................................... 42Heating ...................................... 43

    Rear seats ................................... 44Second row seats ...................... 44Third row seats .......................... 48

    Seat belts ..................................... 50Three-point seat belt ................. 51

    Airbag system .............................. 54Front airbag system ................... 57Side airbag system .................... 57Curtain airbag system ............... 58Airbag deactivation .................... 58

    Child restraints ............................. 60Child restraint systems .............. 60Child restraint installationlocations ................................... 62

    ISOFIX child restraint systems . . 65Top-tether fastening eyes .......... 65

    Head restraints


    9 Warning

    Only drive with the head restraintset to the proper position.

    The upper edge of the head restraintshould be at upper head level. If thisis not possible for extremely tallpeople, set to highest position, andset to lowest position for small people.


    Head restraints on front seats

    Height adjustmentPress release button, adjust height,engage.

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    Horizontal adjustment

    To adjust horizontally, pull the headrestraint forwards. It engages inseveral positions.To return to its rearmost position, pullfully forwards and release.

    Head restraints on rear seats

    Height adjustmentPull the head restraint upwards orpress the catch to release and pushthe head restraint downwards.

    RemovalPress both catches, pull the headrestraint upwards and remove.

    Active head restraintsIn the event of a rear-end impact, thefront parts of the active headrestraints are moved slightly

    forwards. Thus the head is supportedso that the risk of whiplash injury isreduced.NoteApproved accessories may only beattached if the seat is not in use.

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    Front seatsSeat position

    9 Warning

    Only drive with the seat correctlyadjusted.

    ● Sit with buttocks as far backagainst the backrest as possible.Adjust the distance between theseat and the pedals so that legsare slightly angled when pressingthe pedals. Slide the frontpassenger seat as far back aspossible.

    ● Sit with shoulders as far backagainst the backrest as possible.Set the backrest rake so that it ispossible to easily reach thesteering wheel with arms slightlybent. Maintain contact betweenshoulders and the backrest whenturning the steering wheel. Donot angle the backrest too farback. We recommend amaximum rake of approx. 25°.

    ● Adjust the steering wheel 3 97.● Set seat height high enough to

    have a clear field of vision on allsides and of all displayinstruments. There should be atleast one hand of clearancebetween head and the roofframe. Your thighs should restlightly on the seat withoutpressing into it.

    ● Adjust the head restraint 3 36.● Adjust the height of the seat belt

    3 51.

    ● Adjust the thigh support so thatthere is a space approx. twofingers wide between the edge ofthe seat and the hollow of theknee.

    ● Adjust the lumbar support so thatit supports the natural shape ofthe spine.

    Seat adjustmentDrive only with engaged seats andbackrests.

    9 Danger

    Do not sit nearer than 25 cm fromthe steering wheel, to permit safeairbag deployment.

    9 Warning

    Never adjust seats while driving asthey could move uncontrollably.

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    9 Warning

    Never store any subjects underthe seats.

    Seat positioning

    Pull handle, slide seat, releasehandle. Try to move the seat back andforth to ensure that the seat is lockedin place.

    Seat backrests

    Pull lever, adjust inclination andrelease lever. Allow the backrest toengage audibly.Folding passenger seat backrest3 79.

    Seat height

    Lever pumping motionup : seat higherdown : seat lower

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    Seat inclination

    Lever pumping motionup : front end higherdown : front end lower

    Lumbar support

    Adjust lumbar support using the four-way switch to suit personalrequirements.Moving support up and down: pushswitch up or down.Increasing and decreasing support:push switch forwards or backwards.

    Adjustable thigh support

    Pull the lever and slide the thighsupport.

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    Power seat adjustment

    9 Warning

    Care must be taken whenoperating the power seats. Thereis a risk of injury, particularly forchildren. Objects could becometrapped.Keep a close watch on the seatswhen adjusting them. Vehiclepassengers should be informedaccordingly.

    Seat lengthwise position

    Move switch forwards/backwards.

    Seat height

    Move switch upwards/downwards.

    Seat inclination

    Move front of switch upwards/downwards.

    Seat backrests

    Turn switch forwards/backwards.

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    Lumbar support

    Adjust lumbar support using the four-way switch to suit personalrequirements.Moving support up and down: pushswitch up or down.Increasing and decreasing support:push switch forwards or backwards.

    Adjustable thigh support

    Pull the lever and slide the thighsupport.

    OverloadIf the seat setting is electricallyoverloaded, the power supply isautomatically cut-off for a short time.

    ArmrestBase armrest

    The armrest can be slid forwards.Under the armrest there is a storagedrawer.Armrest storage 3 69.

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    FlexConsole armrest

    The armrest can be moved in a centreconsole. Pull the handle to slide thearmrest.There are two storages, a storagedrawer and a movable cupholder inthe armrest console.Armrest storage 3 69.

    Removing the armrestFlex console armrest can beremoved.

    Press fastenings inward and folddown locking mechanism at the rearend of the armrest.

    Pull the handle in front of the armrestand slide armrest rearwards out of theconsole.Installation in reverse order.


    Adjust heating to the desired settingby pressing ß for the respective seatone or more times. The controlindicator in the button indicates thesetting.Prolonged use of the highest settingfor people with sensitive skin is notrecommended.

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    Seat heating is operational whenengine is running and during anAutostop.Stop-start system 3 161.

    Rear seatsSecond row seats

    9 Warning

    When seats or backrests ofsecond and third seat row arebeing adjusted or folded, keephands and feet away from themoving area.Never store objects under theseats.Never adjust seats while driving asthey could move uncontrollably.Drive only with engaged seats andbackrests.

    Base seats

    Seat positioningEach seat of the second seat row canbe individually moved forward orbackward.

    Pull handle, slide seat, releasehandle and allow seat to engage.The seats can be engaged inintermediate positions.

    Seat backrestsThe backrest inclination of each seatcan be individually adjusted in threepositions.

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    Pull the strap, adjust inclination,release strap and allow backrest toengage.

    9 Warning

    Use vertical position of thebackrest only for increasedluggage volume and not asseating position.

    Load compartment, folding down thebackrests 3 79.

    Easy entry functionTo permit an easy entrance to theseats of the third row, the outer seatsof the second row can be tilted.

    Pull release lever, fold backrest andmove the seat to the front.

    Folding back easy entryFirst move seat to desired positionand then raise backrest.

    9 Warning

    When folding up, ensure that theseat is securely locked in positionbefore driving. Failure to do somay result in personal injury in theevent of heavy braking or collision.

    Lounge seatsTwo types of use are possible:

    Normal seats, all three seats areusable and individually adjustable.Lounge seats, only outer seats areusable but with most comfortableadjustment.

    Seat positioning

    In normal position the three seats ofthe second seat row can beindividually moved in longitudinaldirection.Pull handle under the seat, slide seat,release handle and allow seat toengage.

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    In lounge position, the outer seats areadditionally movable in transversedirection when the centre seatbackrest is folded to an armrest.The seats can be engaged inintermediate positions.Change from normal seat position tolounge seat position● Push down head restraint of

    centre seat by pressing the catch3 36.

    ● Fold down the centre backrest bypulling the strap.

    ● Push the left and right buttonsnear the centre head restraintand fold in the outer backrest

    parts, to be used as an armrest.Engage backrest parts in armrestposition.

    ● Pull the handle under each outerseat and slide seats backwards.In the rear area the seats move intransverse direction. Allow seatto engage.This is the most comfortableseating position for the outerseats.


    With seats in lounge position:● Do not use easy entry function

    3 44.● Do not fold down backrests of

    the outer seats.● Do not fold up centre backrest.● Do not fold up or down the

    seats in the third row 3 48.This would damage the seats.

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    9 Warning

    Move seats only to lounge positionif seats in the third row are notoccupied.

    Change from lounge seat position tonormal seat position

    ● Pull the handle under each outerseat and slide seats to forwardposition.

    ● Push the left and right buttonsnear the centre head restraintand fold back both armrest partsto the centre backrest.

    ● Fold up centre backrest. Adjustposition by pulling the strap.


    Before folding up the centre seatbackrest make sure that thearmrest parts are folded down.

    Ensure that all positions are engagedcorrectly.

    Seat backrestsThe backrest inclination can beindividually adjusted to threepositions.

    Pull the strap, adjust inclination,release strap and allow backrest toengage.

    9 Warning

    Use vertical position of thebackrest only for increasedluggage volume and not asseating position.

    Load compartment, folding down thebackrests 3 79.

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    Easy entry functionTo permit an easy entrance to theseats of the third row, the outer seatsof the second row can be tilted.Pull release lever, fold backrest andmove the seat to the front.


    With seats in lounge position:● Do not use easy entry function.● Do not pull strap to adjust

    backrest inclination.This would damage the seats.

    Folding back easy entryFirst move seat to desired positionand then raise backrest.

    9 Warning

    When folding up, ensure that theseat is securely locked in positionbefore driving. Failure to do somay result in personal injury in theevent of heavy braking or collision.

    Third row seats

    9 Warning

    When seats or backrests ofsecond and third seat row arebeing adjusted or folded, keephands and feet away from themoving area.Never store objects under theseats.Never adjust seats while driving asthey could move uncontrollably.Drive only with engaged seats andbackrests.


    Before setting up or folding downseats, all components must beremoved from the side rails andfrom the lashing eyes.Lashing eyes must be in storedposition.

    The seats in the third row can befolded down to the vehicle floor if theyare not required, or for increasing thesize of the load compartment.The seats in the third row can only beused if the second seat row is not inthe lounge position.

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    Setting up the seats● Fold in interior protection mat

    3 83 and remove loadcompartment cover 3 82.

    ● Insert the latch plate of the seatbelt on each side into the pocketthat is mounted at the belt.

    ● Pull up the seat by the upperstrap, fold out and allow seat toengage in upright position.

    Folding down the seats in thevehicle floor● Push down head restraint by

    pressing the catch 3 36.● Insert the latch plate of the seat

    belt on each side into the pocketthat is mounted at the belt.

    ● Pull the lower strap,simultaneously swing thebackrest forwards until the seat islowered into the vehicle floor.

    ● Install the interior protection mat3 83 and load compartmentcover 3 82.

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    Seat belts

    The seat belts are locked duringheavy acceleration or deceleration ofthe vehicle holding the occupants inthe sitting position. Therefore the riskof injury is considerably reduced.

    9 Warning

    Fasten seat belt before each trip.In the event of an accident, peoplenot wearing seat belts endangertheir fellow occupants andthemselves.

    Seat belts are designed to be used byonly one person at a time. Childrestraint system 3 60.Periodically check all parts of the beltsystem for damage, pollution andproper functionality.Have damaged componentsreplaced. After an accident, have thebelts and triggered belt pretensionersreplaced by a workshop.NoteMake sure that the belts are notdamaged by shoes or sharp-edgedobjects or trapped. Prevent dirt fromgetting into the belt retractors.

    Seat belt reminderEach seat is equipped with a seat beltreminder, indicated for front seats bycontrol indicator X in the tachometer3 110, or for rear seats by symbolsX or > in the Driver InformationCentre 3 116.

    Belt force limitersOn the front seats, stress on the bodyis reduced by the gradual release ofthe belt during a collision.

    Belt pretensionersIn the event of a head-on or rear-endcollision of a certain severity, the frontseat belts are tightened.

    9 Warning

    Incorrect handling (e.g. removal orfitting of belts) can trigger the beltpretensioners.

    Deployment of the belt pretensionersis indicated by continuous illuminationof control indicator v 3 110.Triggered belt pretensioners must bereplaced by a workshop. Beltpretensioners can only be triggeredonce.NoteDo not affix or install accessories orother objects that may interfere withthe operation of the beltpretensioners. Do not make anymodifications to belt pretensionercomponents as this will invalidatethe vehicle type approval.

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    Three-point seat beltFastening

    Withdraw the belt from the retractor,guide it untwisted across the bodyand insert the latch plate into thebuckle. Tighten the lap belt regularlywhilst driving by pulling the shoulderbelt.

    Loose or bulky clothing prevents thebelt from fitting snugly. Do not placeobjects such as handbags or mobilephones between the belt and yourbody.

    9 Warning

    The belt must not rest against hardor fragile objects in the pockets ofyour clothing.

    Seat belt reminder X, > 3 110 and3 116

    Height adjustment

    1. Pull belt out slightly.2. Shift the height adjustment

    upwards or press button todisengage and push the heightadjustment downwards.

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    Adjust the height so that the belt liesacross the shoulder. It must not lieacross the throat or upper arm.Do not adjust while driving.


    To release belt, press red button onbelt buckle.

    Centre seat belt of the secondseat rowThe centre seat is equipped with aparticular three-point seat belt.Pull latch plates with the belt out ofbelt holder in the roof.

    Remove lower latch plate fromretainer and click it into left-handbuckle (1) at the centre seat. Guidethe upper latch plate with the belt overthe lap area and the shoulder (do nottwist) and click into right-hand buckle(2) at centre seat.To remove the seat belt, first pressthe button on the right-hand buckle(2) and remove upper latch plate.Then press the button on the left-hand buckle (1) and remove lowerlatch plate. The seat belt retractsautomatically.

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    Push the top latch plate into theretainer. Fold over locked togetherlatch plates against the seat belt.

    Insert in the seat belt holder in the roofwith the lower latch plate pointingforward.

    Seat belts on the third seat rowThe seat belts on the third seat roware equipped with three point seatbelts.

    When seat belts are not used or whenfolding the seats, insert the latch plateof the seat belt on each side into thepocket that is mounted at the belt.If the centre seat of the second seatrow is occupied and the seat belt isfastened, only persons with a body

    height up to max. 150 cm are allowedto use the left seat of the third seatrow.There is a warning label on the backside of the centre belt, when it ispulled out, to inform the passenger onthe left seat of the third seat row.

    Using seat belts while pregnant

    9 Warning

    The lap belt must be positioned aslow as possible across the pelvisto prevent pressure on theabdomen.

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    Airbag systemThe airbag system consists of anumber of individual systemsdepending on the scope ofequipment.When triggered the airbags inflatewithin milliseconds. They also deflateso quickly that it is often unnoticeableduring the collision.

    9 Warning

    If handled improperly the airbagsystems can be triggered in anexplosive manner.

    NoteThe airbag systems and beltpretensioner control electronics arelocated in the centre console area.Do not put any magnetic objects inthis area.Do not stick anything on the airbagcovers and do not cover them withother materials.Each airbag is triggered only once.Have deployed airbags replaced bya workshop. Furthermore, it might be

    necessary to have the steeringwheel, the instrument panel, parts ofthe panelling, the door seals,handles and the seats replaced.Do not make any modifications tothe airbag system as this willinvalidate the vehicle type approval.

    When the airbags inflate, escapinghot gases may cause burns.Control indicator v for airbag systems3 110.

    Child restraint systems on frontpassenger seat with airbagsystemsWarning according to ECE R94.02:

    EN: NEVER use a rearward-facingchild restraint on a seat protected byan ACTIVE AIRBAG in front of it;DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY to theCHILD can occur.DE: Nach hinten gerichteteKindersitze NIEMALS auf einem Sitzverwenden, der durch einen davorbefindlichen AKTIVEN AIRBAGgeschützt ist, da dies den TOD oderSCHWERE VERLETZUNGEN DESKINDES zur Folge haben kann.FR: NE JAMAIS utiliser un sièged'enfant orienté vers l'arrière sur unsiège protégé par un COUSSINGONFLABLE ACTIF placé devant lui,sous peine d'infliger desBLESSURES GRAVES, voireMORTELLES à l'ENFANT.ES: NUNCA utilice un sistema deretención infantil orientado haciaatrás en un asiento protegido por unAIRBAG FRONTAL ACTIVO. Peligrode MUERTE o LESIONES GRAVESpara el NIÑO.RU: ЗАПРЕЩАЕТСЯустанавливать детскоеудерживающее устройство лицомназад на сиденье автомобиля,

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    оборудованном фронтальнойподушкой безопасности, еслиПОДУШКА НЕ ОТКЛЮЧЕНА! Этоможет привести к СМЕРТИ илиСЕРЬЕЗНЫМ ТРАВМАМРЕБЕНКА.NL: Gebruik NOOIT een achterwaartsgericht kinderzitje op een stoel meteen ACTIEVE AIRBAG ervoor, omDODELIJK of ERNSTIG LETSEL vanhet KIND te voorkomen.DA: Brug ALDRIG en bagudvendtautostol på et forsæde med AKTIVAIRBAG, BARNET kan komme iLIVSFARE eller komme ALVORLIGTTIL SKADE.SV: Använd ALDRIG en bakåtvändbarnstol på ett säte som skyddas meden framförvarande AKTIV AIRBAG.DÖDSFALL eller ALLVARLIGASKADOR kan drabba BARNET.FI: ÄLÄ KOSKAAN sijoita taaksepäinsuunnattua lasten turvaistuintaistuimelle, jonka edessä onAKTIIVINEN TURVATYYNY, LAPSIVOI KUOLLA tai VAMMAUTUAVAKAVASTI.

    NO: Bakovervendtbarnesikringsutstyr må ALDRI brukespå et sete med AKTIVKOLLISJONSPUTE foran, da det kanføre til at BARNET utsettes forLIVSFARE og fare for ALVORLIGESKADER.PT: NUNCA use um sistema deretenção para crianças voltado paratrás num banco protegido com umAIRBAG ACTIVO na frente domesmo, poderá ocorrer a PERDA DEVIDA ou FERIMENTOS GRAVES naCRIANÇA.IT: Non usare mai un sistema disicurezza per bambini rivoltoall'indietro su un sedile protetto daAIRBAG ATTIVO di fronte ad esso:pericolo di MORTE o LESIONIGRAVI per il BAMBINO!EL: ΠΟΤΕ μη χρησιμοποιείτε παιδικόκάθισμα ασφαλείας με φορά προς ταπίσω σε κάθισμα που προστατεύεταιαπό μετωπικό ΕΝΕΡΓΟ ΑΕΡΟΣΑΚΟ,διότι το παιδί μπορεί να υποστείΘΑΝΑΣΙΜΟ ή ΣΟΒΑΡΟΤΡΑΥΜΑΤΙΣΜΟ.

    PL: NIE WOLNO montować fotelikadziecięcego zwróconego tyłem dokierunku jazdy na fotelu, przedktórym znajduje się WŁĄCZONAPODUSZKA POWIETRZNA.Niezastosowanie się do tegozalecenia może być przyczynąŚMIERCI lub POWAŻNYCHOBRAŻEŃ u DZIECKA.TR: Arkaya bakan bir çocuk emniyetsistemini KESİNLİKLE önünde birAKTİF HAVA YASTIĞI ilekorunmakta olan bir koltuktakullanmayınız. ÇOCUK ÖLEBİLİRveya AĞIR ŞEKİLDEYARALANABİLİR.UK: НІКОЛИ не використовуйтесистему безпеки для дітей, щовстановлюється обличчям назад,на сидінні з УВІМКНЕНОЮПОДУШКОЮ БЕЗПЕКИ, інакше цеможе призвести до СМЕРТІ чиСЕРЙОЗНОГО ТРАВМУВАННЯДИТИНИ.HU: SOHA ne használjon hátrafelénéző biztonsági gyerekülést előlrőlAKTÍV LÉGZSÁKKAL védett ülésen,mert a GYERMEK HALÁLÁT vagyKOMOLY SÉRÜLÉSÉT okozhatja.

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    HR: NIKADA nemojte koristiti sustavzadržavanja za djecu okrenut premanatrag na sjedalu s AKTIVNIMZRAČNIM JASTUKOM ispred njega,to bi moglo dovesti do SMRTI iliOZBILJNJIH OZLJEDA za DIJETE.SL: NIKOLI ne nameščajte otroškegavarnostnega sedeža, obrnjenega vnasprotni smeri vožnje, na sedež zAKTIVNO ČELNO ZRAČNOBLAZINO, saj pri tem obstajanevarnost RESNIH ali SMRTNIHPOŠKODB za OTROKA.SR: NIKADA ne koristiti bezbednosnisistem za decu u kome su decaokrenuta unazad na sedištu saAKTIVNIM VAZDUŠNIMJASTUKOM ispred sedišta zato štoDETE može da NASTRADA ili da seTEŠKO POVREDI.MK: НИКОГАШ не користете детскоседиште свртено наназад наседиште заштитено со АКТИВНОВОЗДУШНО ПЕРНИЧЕ пред него,затоа што детето може ДА ЗАГИНЕили да биде ТЕШКО ПОВРЕДЕНО.BG: НИКОГА не използвайтедетска седалка, гледаща назад,върху седалка, която е защитена

    чрез АКТИВНА ВЪЗДУШНАВЪЗГЛАВНИЦА пред нея - може дасе стигне до СМЪРТ илиСЕРИОЗНО НАРАНЯВАНЕ наДЕТЕТО.RO: Nu utilizaţi NICIODATĂ un scaunpentru copil îndreptat spre partea dinspate a maşinii pe un scaun protejatde un AIRBAG ACTIV în faţa sa;acest lucru poate duce la DECESULsau VĂTĂMAREA GRAVĂ aCOPILULUI.CS: NIKDY nepoužívejte dětskýzádržný systém instalovaný protisměru jízdy na sedadle, které jechráněno před sedadlem AKTIVNÍMAIRBAGEM. Mohlo by dojít kVÁŽNÉMU PORANĚNÍ nebo ÚMRTÍDÍTĚTE.SK: NIKDY nepoužívajte detskúsedačku otočenú vzad na sedadlechránenom AKTÍVNYM AIRBAGOM,pretože môže dôjsť k SMRTI aleboVÁŽNYM ZRANENIAM DIEŤAŤA.LT: JOKIU BŪDU nemontuokite atgalatgręžtos vaiko tvirtinimo sistemossėdynėje, prieš kurią įrengta AKTYVIORO PAGALVĖ, nes VAIKAS GALIŽŪTI arba RIMTAI SUSIŽALOTI.

    LV: NEKĀDĀ GADĪJUMĀneizmantojiet uz aizmuguri vērstubērnu sēdeklīti sēdvietā, kas tiekaizsargāta ar tās priekšā uzstādītuAKTĪVU DROŠĪBAS SPILVENU, jopretējā gadījumā BĒRNS var gūtSMAGAS TRAUMAS vai IET BOJĀ.ET: ÄRGE kasutage tahapoolesuunatud lapseturvaistet istmel, milleees on AKTIIVSE TURVAPADJAGAkaitstud iste, sest see võibpõhjustada LAPSE SURMA võiTÕSISE VIGASTUSE.MT: QATT tuża trażżin għat-tfal lijħares lejn in-naħa ta’ wara fuq sitprotett b’AIRBAG ATTIV quddiemu;dan jista’ jikkawża l-MEWT jewĠRIEĦI SERJI lit-TFAL.Beyond the warning required byECE R94.02, for safety reasonsnever use a forward-facing childrestraint system on the passengerseat with an active front airbag.

    9 Danger

    Do not use a child restraint systemon the passenger seat with activefront airbag.

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    The airbag label is located on bothsides of the front passenger sun visor.Airbag deactivation 3 58.

    Front airbag systemThe front airbag system consists ofone airbag in the steering wheel andone in the instrument panel on thefront passenger side. These can beidentified by the word AIRBAG.The front airbag system is triggered inthe event of a front-end impact of acertain severity. The ignition must beswitched on.

    The inflated airbags cushion theimpact, thereby reducing the risk ofinjury to the upper body and head ofthe front seat occupantsconsiderably.

    9 Warning

    Optimum protection is onlyprovided when the seat is in theproper position.Seat position 3 38.Keep the area in which the airbaginflates clear of obstructions.Fit the seat belt correctly andengage securely. Only then is theairbag able to protect.

    Side airbag system

    The side airbag system consists of anairbag in each front seat backrest.This can be identified by the wordAIRBAG.The side airbag system is triggered inthe event of a side impact of a certainseverity. The ignition must beswitched on.

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    The inflated airbags cushion theimpact, thereby reducing the risk ofinjury to the upper body and pelvis inthe event of a side-on collisionconsiderably.

    9 Warning

    Keep the area in which the airbaginflates clear of obstructions.

    NoteOnly use protective seat covers thathave been approved for the vehicle.Be careful not to cover the airbags.

    Curtain airbag systemThe curtain airbag system consists ofan airbag in the roof frame on eachside. This can be identified by theword AIRBAG on the roof pillars.The curtain airbag system is triggeredin the event of a side-on impact of acertain severity. The ignition must beswitched on.

    The inflated airbags cushion theimpact, thereby reducing the risk ofinjury to the head in the event of aside-on impact considerably.The curtain airbag system does notprotect passengers on the third seatrow.

    9 Warning

    Keep the area in which the airbaginflates clear of obstructions.The hooks on the handles in theroof frame are only suitable forhanging up light articles ofclothing, without coat hangers. Donot keep any items in theseclothes.

    Airbag deactivationThe front passenger airbag systemhas to be deactivated if a childrestraint system is to be fitted on thisseat. The side airbag and curtainairbag systems, the beltpretensioners and all driver airbagsystems will remain active.

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    The front passenger airbag systemcan be deactivated via a key-operated switch on the right side ofthe instrument panel.

    Use the ignition key to choose theposition:OFF* : front passenger airbag is

    deactivated and will notinflate in the event of acollision. Control indicatorOFF* illuminatescontinuously in the centreconsole. A child restraintsystem can be installed inaccordance with the chartChild restraint installationlocations 3 62. No adultperson is allowed to occupythe front passenger seat

    ONV : front passenger airbag isactive. A child restraintsystem must not beinstalled

    9 Danger

    Risk of fatal injury for a child usinga child restraint system on a seatwith activated front passengerairbag.Risk of fatal injury for an adultperson on a seat with deactivatedfront passenger airbag.

    If the control indicator ONVilluminates for approx. 60 secondsafter the ignition is switched on, thefront passenger airbag system willinflate in the event of a collision.If both control indicators areilluminated at the same time, there isa system failure. The status of thesystem is not discernible, thereforeno person is allowed to occupy thefront passenger seat. Contact aworkshop immediately.Change status only when the vehicleis stopped with the ignition off.Status remains until the next change.

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    Control indicator for airbagdeactivation 3 111. Child restraints

    Child restraint systemsWe recommend the Opel childrestraint system which is tailoredspecifically to the vehicle.When a child restraint system is beingused, pay attention to the followingusage and installation instructionsand also those supplied with the childrestraint system.Always comply with local or nationalregulations. In some countries, theuse of child restraint systems isforbidden on certain seats.

    9 Warning

    When using a child restraintsystem on the front passengerseat, the airbag systems for thefront passenger seat must bedeactivated; if not, the triggering ofthe airbags poses a risk of fatalinjury to the child.This is especially the case if rear-facing child restraint systems areused on the front passenger seat.

    Airbag deactivation 3 58.Airbag label 3 54.

    Selecting the right systemThe rear seats are the mostconvenient location to fasten a childrestraint system.Children should travel facingrearwards in the vehicle as long aspossible. This makes sure that thechild's backbone, which is still veryweak, is under less strain in the eventof an accident.Suitable are child restraint systemsthat comply with valid UN ECEregulations. Check local laws andregulations for mandatory use of childrestraint systems.Ensure that the child restraint systemto be installed is compatible with thevehicle type.Ensure that the mounting location ofthe child restraint system within thevehicle is correct, see followingtables.Allow children to enter and exit thevehicle only on the side facing awayfrom the traffic.

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    When the child restraint system is notin use, secure the seat with a seat beltor remove it from the vehicle.NoteDo not affix anything on the childrestraint systems and do not coverthem with any other materials.A child restraint system which hasbeen subjected to stress in anaccident must be replaced.

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    Child restraint installation locationsPermissible options for fitting a child restraint system

    Weight and age class

    On front passenger seat On outboardseats in thesecond row

    On centre seatin the secondrow

    On seats inthe third rowactivated airbag deactivated airbag

    Group 0: up to 10 kgor approx. 10 months

    X U1 U X U

    Group 0+: up to 13 kgor approx. 2 years

    X U1 U X U

    Group I: 9 to 18 kgor approx. 8 months to 4 years

    X U1 U X U

    Group II: 15 to 25 kgor approx. 3 to 7 years

    X X U X U

    Group III: 22 to 36 kgor approx. 6 to 12 years

    X X U X U

    1 : if the child restraint system is being secured using a three-point seat belt, move seat height adjustment to uppermostposition and ensure that vehicle seat belt runs forwards from the upper anchorage point. Adjust seat backrestinclination as far as necessary to a vertical position to ensure that the belt is tight on the buckle side.

    U : universal suitability in conjunction with three-point seat belt.X : no child restraint system permitted in this weight class.

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    Permissible options for fitting an ISOFIX child restraint system

    Weight classSizeclass Fixture

    On frontpassengerseat

    On outboardseats in thesecond row

    On centreseat in thesecond row

    On theseats inthe thirdrow

    Group 0: up to 10 kgor approx. 10 months

    E ISO/R1 X IL X X

    Group 0+: up to 13 kgor approx. 2 years

    E ISO/R1 X IL X X

    D ISO/R2 X IL X X

    C ISO/R3 X IL X X

    Group I: 9 to 18 kgor approx. 8 months to 4 years

    D ISO/R2 X IL X X

    C ISO/R3 X IL X X

    B ISO/F2 X IL, IUF X X

    B1 ISO/F2X X IL, IUF X X

    A ISO/F3 X IL, IUF X X

    Group II: 15 to 25 kg or approx. 3 to 7 years X IL X X

    Group III: 22 to 36 kg or approx. 6 to 12 years X IL X X

    IL : suitable for particular ISOFIX restraint systems of the 'specific-vehicle', 'restricted' or 'semi-universal' categories.The ISOFIX restraint system must be approved for the specific vehicle type.

    IUF : suitable for ISOFIX forward-facing child restraint systems of universal category approved for use in this weight class.X : no ISOFIX child restraint system approved in this weight class.

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    ISOFIX size class and seat deviceA – ISO/F3 : forward-facing child restraint system for children of maximum size in the weight class 9 to 18 kg.B – ISO/F2 : forward-facing child restraint system for smaller children in the weight class 9 to 18 kg.B1 – ISO/F2X : forward-facing child restraint system for smaller children in the weight class 9 to 18 kg.C – ISO/R3 : rear-facing child restraint system for children of maximum size in the weight class up to 18 kg.D – ISO/R2 : rear-facing child restraint system for smaller children in the weight class up to 18 kg.E – ISO/R1 : rear-facing child restraint system for young children in the weight class up to 13 kg.

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    ISOFIX child restraintsystems

    Fasten vehicle-approved ISOFIXchild restraint systems to the ISOFIXmounting brackets. Specific vehicleISOFIX child restraint systempositions are marked in the table byIL.ISOFIX mounting brackets areindicated by a label on the backrest.Before fastening a child seat adjustthe head restraint to use position3 36.

    When using ISOFIX fastened childrestraint systems on the second seatrow, we recommend to adjust theaccordant outer seat in third notchfrom rear end position, regarding tobase seats. Lounge seat, if equipped,must be in normal position 3 44.

    Top-tether fastening eyesTop-Tether fastening eyes aremarked with the symbol : for a childseat.

    Depending on country-specificequipment, the vehicle may have twoor three fastening eyes.In addition to the ISOFIX mounting,fasten the Top-Tether strap to theTop-Tether fastening eyes. The strapmust run between the two guide rodsof the head restraint.ISOFIX child restraint systems ofuniversal category positions aremarked in the table by IUF.

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    Storage compartments ................ 66Instrument panel storage ........... 66Glovebox ................................... 66Cupholders ................................ 67Front storage ............................. 68Door panel storage .................... 68Overhead console ..................... 68Underseat storage ..................... 68Armrest storage ......................... 69Centre console storage ............. 70Rear carrier system ................... 70

    Load compartment ....................... 79Rear storage .............................. 81Load compartment cover ........... 82Rear floor storage cover ............ 83Load rails and hooks ................. 88Lashing eyes ............................. 88Cargo management system ...... 88Safety net .................................. 90Folding tray ................................ 92Warning triangle ........................ 92First aid kit ................................. 92

    Roof rack system ......................... 93Roof rack ................................... 93

    Loading information ..................... 94

    Storage compartments

    9 Warning

    Do not store heavy or sharpobjects in the storagecompartments. Otherwise, thestorage compartment lid couldopen and vehicle occupants couldbe injured by objects being thrownaround in the event of hardbraking, a sudden change indirection or an accident.

    Instrument panel storage

    In the instrument panel in front of theInfo-Display is a storagecompartment. Push to open the lid.


    There are two gloveboxes on the frontpassenger side.To open the upper glovebox, pressbutton on the left side in the openstorage.To open the lower glovebox, pull thehandle.The glovebox features an adapter forthe locking wheel nuts.

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    Both gloveboxes should be closedwhilst driving.

    CupholdersFront cupholder

    Cupholders are located in the centreconsole between the front seats.

    Slidable cupholder inFlexConsole armrestThe cupholder can be moved in guiderails in the FlexConsole armrest orcompletely removed.

    Push the handle in front of cupholderto slide.Armrest 3 42.

    Remove cupholder

    Pull the handle in front of cupholderand remove it vertically out of theconsole.Installation in reverse order.NoteInstall the cupholder in the directionas shown in the illustration.Otherwise the cupholder may notengage properly.

    Rear cupholder

    Additional cupholder are locatedbetween the seats in the third row.

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    BottleholderThe door pockets of front and reardoors are designed to carry bottles.

    Front storage

    A storage compartment is locatednext to the steering wheel.

    Door panel storageOn front door trim there are smallpockets for e. g. mobile phones.

    Overhead console

    Press button to open storage box.The box may be loaded with max.0.2 kg.

    Underseat storageStorage box

    There is a storage box under thepassenger's seat. Slide the rollo toopen or close the box. Maximum load:1.5 kg.

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    Underseat drawer

    Press button in the recess and pull outdrawer. Maximum load: 3 kg. Toclose, push in and engage.

    Armrest storageStorage in base armrest

    The armrest console contains astorage compartment. To open, slidearmrest forwards.

    Storage in FlexConsole armrest

    Press button to open storagecompartment in the armrest.Behind the armrest there is anotherstorage compartment. Slide the lid toopen.

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    Centre console storageCentre console

    The storage container can be used tostore small items.Slide cover backwards to open.

    Rear console

    At the rear side of the FlexConsolethere is a storage drawer. Pull out toopen.


    Do not use for ashes or for otherglowing items.

    Rear carrier systemRear carrier system for fourbicycles

    The rear carrier system (Flex-Fixsystem) allows two bicycles to beattached to a pull-out carrierintegrated into the vehicle floor. It ispossible to attach two further bicycleson an adapter. The transportation ofother objects is not permitted.The maximum load of the rear carriersystem is 80 kg with attached adapterand 60 kg without attached adapter.The maximum load per bicycle on thepull-out carrier is 30 kg. This allows

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    the attachment of electrically-powered bicycles to the pull-outcarrier. The maximum load perbicycle on the adapter is 20 kg.The wheelbase of a bicycle must notexceed 1.15 metres. Otherwise thesecure fastening of a bicycle is notpossible.If not in use, the rear carrier systemmust be slid back into the vehiclefloor.There must not be any objects on thebicycles that could become looseduring transportation.


    If the rear carrier system isextended and the vehicle is fullyloaded, the chassis clearance willbe reduced.Drive carefully whenever the roadhas a steep inclination or whendriving over a ramp, bump, etc.


    Consult your bicycle dealer beforeattaching bicycles with carbonframes. The bicycles might getdamaged.

    ExtendingOpen the tailgate.

    9 Warning

    No-one should be in the extensionzone of the rear carrier system,risk of injury.

    Pull release lever up. The rear carriersystem disengages and travelsquickly out of the rear bumper.

    Completely pull out the rear carriersystem until you hear it engage.Ensure that it is not possible to pushin the rear carrier system withoutpulling the release lever again.

    9 Warning

    It is only permissible to fit objectsto the rear carrier system if thesystem has been correctlyengaged. If the rear carrier system

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    will not engage correctly, do not fitobjects to the system and slide thesystem back. Seek the assistanceof a workshop.

    Unfold number plate holder

    Lift the number plate holder and foldit backwards.

    Fold out tail lamps

    Fold out both tail lamps.

    Lock the rear carrier system

    Swivel both clamping levers sidewaysas far as they will go.Otherwise safe functionality is notguaranteed.

    Fold out wheel recesses

    Fold out both wheel recesses.

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    Assembling the bicycle rack

    Lift the rack at the rear (1) and pull itbackwards.Fold up the rack (2).

    Push down the rack (1) and swivelhandle (2) backwards to engage.

    Attaching the first bicycle

    1. Rotate the pedals into position asshown in the illustration and putthe bicycle on the foremost wheelrecess.Make sure that the bicycle standscentrally on the wheel recesses.

    2. Attach the short mounting bracketto the bicycle frame. Turn theknob clockwise to fasten.

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    3. Secure both bicycle wheels to thewheel recesses using the strapretainers.

    4. Check the bicycle to make sure itis secure.


    Ensure gap between bicycle andvehicle is at least 5 cm. Ifnecessary, loosen handlebar andswivel sideways.

    Attaching the adapterWhen carrying more than twobicycles, the adapter must be fixedbefore the second bicycle is attached.

    1. Attach the adapter to the rearcarrier system as shown in theillustration.

    2. Turn the lever (1) forwards andhold, then lower the adapter (2) atthe rear.

    3. Release lever and check if theadapter is engaged securely.

    4. Guide the strap attached to theadapter underneath the lever tofold back the rear carrier system.Fasten the strap.

    Attaching further bicyclesThe attachment of further bicycles issimilar to the attachment of the firstbicycle. Additionally some steps mustbe considered:1. Before putting on the bicycle,

    always unfold the wheel recessesfor the next bicycle, if necessary.

    2. Always rotate the pedals into anappropriate position beforeputting on the bicycle.

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    3. Position the bicycles on the rearcarrier system alternately alignedto the left and to the right.

    4. Align the bicycles to the oneattached before. The wheel hubsof the bicycles must not toucheach other.

    5. Attach the bicycles with mountingbrackets and strap retainers asdescribed for the first bicycle. Themounting brackets should befixed in parallel.Use the long mounting bracket toattach the second bicycle to therack.

    Use the longer accessorymounting bracket to attach thethird bicycle to the rack.

    Use the short accessory mountingbracket to attach the fourthbicycle. The bracket must be fixedbetween the frames of the thirdand fourth bicycle.

    6. Additionally secure both bicyclewheels of the fourth bicycle to thewheel recesses using thetensioning straps.

    It is recommended to attach awarning sign to the rearmost bicycleto increase visibility.

    Fold the rear carrier systembackwardsThe rear carrier system can be foldedbackwards to gain access to the loadcompartment.

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    ● Without attached adapter:

    Push the lever (1) to disengageand hold.Pull the rack (2) backwards tofold the rear carrier system.

    ● With attached adapter:

    9 Warning

    Take care when disengaging therear carrier system as it will tiltbackwards. Risk of injury.

    Hold frame (1) of rearmostbicycle with one hand and pull theloop (2) to disengage.Hold rearmost bicycle with bothhands and fold the rear carriersystem backwards.

    To increase visibility, the tail lights ofthe vehicle are activated when therear carrier system is folded back.

    9 Warning

    When folding the rear carriersystem forwards again, take carethat the system is engagedsecurely.

    Removing bicyclesUndo strap retainers on bicycle tyres.Turn knob anti-clockwise and removemounting brackets.

    Detaching adapterDetach the adapter before removingthe last bicycle remaining on the rearcarrier system.1. Fold in wheel recesses.

    2. Unbutton the strap.

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    3. Turn the lever (1) forwards andhold.

    4. Lift the adapter (2) at the rear andremove.

    Disassembling the bicycle rack

    Arrange mounting brackets as shownin the illustration.Swivel handle (1) forwards todisengage and lift the rack (2).

    Fold the rack backwards, then pushforwards until it stops (1).Press the rack down at the rear (2).

    Fold in wheel recessesFold in both wheel recesses.

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    Stow the strap retainers accurately.

    Unlock the rear carrier system

    Swivel both clamping levers inwardsas far as they will go.

    Fold in tail lampsSwivel in both tail lamps.

    Fold in number plate holderLift the number plate holder and foldit forwards.

    Retracting the rear carrier system


    Take care that all foldable parts,e.g. wheel recesses and mountingbrackets, are stowed accurately.Otherwise the rear carrier systemmight get damaged when trying toretract it.

    Push the release lever up and hold.Lift the rear carrier system slightly andpush it into the bumper until itengages.Release lever must return to originalposition.

    9 Warning

    If the system cannot be correctlyengaged, please seek theassistance of a workshop.

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    Load compartmentThe seats in the third row can befolded down separately into thevehicle floor. The seat backrests ofthe second row can be folded forwardseparately. Additionally the backrestof the passenger seat can be folded.A completely flat load bay is createdif all rear seats and backrests andpassenger backrest are folded down.Depending on the loading, only singleseats or backrests can be folded.Rear floor storage cover 3 83.

    9 Warning

    When seats or backrests are beingadjusted or folded, keep handsand feet away from the movingarea.Never store objects under theseats.Drive only with engaged seats andbackrests.


    Before setting up or folding downseats, all components must beremoved from the side rails andfrom the lashing eyes.Lashing eyes must be in storedposition.

    Folding down the seats of the thirdrow● Push down head restraint by

    pressing the catch 3 36.

    ● Insert the latch plate of the seatbelt on each side into the pocketthat is mounted at the belt.

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    ● Pull the lower strap and swingsimultaneously the backrestforwards until the seat is loweredinto the vehicle floor.

    ● Install interior floor mat 3 83and load compartment cover3 82 if necessary.

    Setting up the seatsPull up the seat by the upper strap,fold out and allow seat to engage inupright position.

    Folding the seat backrests of thesecond row● Remove the load compartment

    cover if necessary 3 82.● Push down head restraints by

    pressing the catch 3 36.● Move front passenger seat in a

    position that avoids contact withthe head restraints of the foldedbackrests.

    ● Pull the strap and fold down thebackrest onto the seat cushion.


    ● Do not fold the outer seatbackswhile the seats are in thelounge seat position 3 44.

    ● Do not pull release lever of theeasy entry function when thebackrest is folded down.

    The seats could be damaged.

    ● Alternatively pull the strap andadjust backrest in verticalposition as cargo position.

    9 Warning

    Use vertical position of thebackrest only for increasedluggage volume and not asseating position.

    Folding up backrest

    Raise up backrest in vertical position.Adjust inclination by pulling the strap.Ensure that all positions are engagedcorrectly.

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    9 Warning

    Only drive the vehicle if thebackrests are securely locked intoposition. Otherwise there is a riskof personal injury or damage to theload or vehicle in the event ofheavy braking or a collision.

    Folding backrest of frontpassenger seatIf the vehicle is equipped on the frontpassenger seat with a releasemechanism, the seat backrest can befolded down to horizontal position,e.g. for very long objects.

    ● Push down head restraint bypressing the catch 3 36.

    ● Move passenger front seat in aposition that avoids contact of thehead restraint with the instrumentpanel.

    ● Pull lever and fold down thebackrest on the seat, thenrelease lever. The backrest canbe engaged in two positionsbefore horizontal position. Allowthe backrest to engage audibly.

    Folding up backrest● Pull lever and fold up backrest in

    desired seat position, thenrelease lever. Allow the backrestto engage audibly.

    ● Adjust seat and head restraint.

    Rear storageOn both sides of the loadcompartment there are storageshelves.

    To open, release cover in side trimpanel and remove.

    Floor storage

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    On version without third seat row,there are storage boxes under thefloor cover. Lift up the cover to open.

    Load compartment coverDo not place any heavy or sharp-edged objects on the loadcompartment cover.

    Before operating the loadcompartment cover, insert the latchplate of the seat belt on each side intothe pocket that is mounted at the belt.


    Pull the cover towards the rear usingthe handle and engage it in theretainers at the sides.


    Remove load compartment coverfrom side brackets. Hold the coverand guide it until it is fully rolled up.

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    Open the load compartment cover.Pull the release lever up and hold. Liftcover on right side and remove fromretainers.

    Stowing in the load compartmentIf the load compartment cover is notused, stow it in the storage in thevehicle floor.Open the cover of the storage in frontof the tailgate.

    Insert the cover with the top sidedownwards and with the release leverto the left into the adapter on the rightside of the storage.

    Fasten the load compartment cover inthe storage with the Velcro tape.

    InstallingInsert the left side of the loadcompartment cover in the recess, pullthe release lever up and hold, insertthe right side of the load compartmentcover and engage.

    Rear floor storage coverFloor cover

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    On versions without third seat row,there are storage boxes under thefloor cover. To open lift up the coverand fold it upright behind rear seats.

    Interior protection matInterior protection mat is a coveringand protection feature for the loadcompartment, to be used when all orsingle seats/backrests are foldeddown.By folding and expanding the matthere are a range of individualapplications possible.The interior protection mat isavailable in two versions:● Standard protection mat covers

    the area between tailgate andsecond seat row, when third rowis complete or if one seat is foldeddown.

    ● Flex cover interior protectionmat is double size of standardprotection mat, connected by azipper. It covers the loadcompartment fully, when all orsingle seats of third and secondrow are folded down.

    Protection mat is foldablelongitudinally in 4 parts (standard) or8 parts (Flex cover) with a centralzipper and transversely foldable in4 parts.

    Following only a few examples ofusing the mats are described.Before folding and expanding themat, all components must beremoved from the side rails and fromthe lashing eyes. Lashing eyes mustbe in stored position.

    Covering the load compartmentbetween tailgate and second seat rowpossible with both Standardprotection mat or Flex cover interiorprotection mat being folded at thezipper to half size (double layer).

    Mat is located fourfold flapped behindthe raised up seats of the third row.● Fold down third row seats.

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    ● Expand the parts of the foldedmat, so that first part is raised upat second row backrest.

    ● When folding down second rowbackrests, the mat expandsautomatically and covers thespace between both seat rows.

    ● To allow one seat in the third rowto be raised up, fold mat in halflengthways.

    ● Pull out the mat a little to protectload compartment sill whenloading heavy objects. Raise upthe overlaying part of the matbefore closing the tailgate.

    Covering the load compartment up tothe backrests of the front seatsOnly possible with Flex cover interiorprotection mat being folded at thezipper to half size (double layer).Mat is expanded up to the second rowseats, as described previously.

    ● Fold down second row backrests.● Expand the upper parts of the

    double layer mat, so that the loadcompartment is fully covered.The first part of the mat is nowraised up at the backrests of frontseats.

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    ● Fold the overlaying rear partunder the mat before closing thetailgate.

    Covering the load compartmentpartiallyOnly possible with Flex cover interiorprotection mat being folded at thezipper to half size (double layer).e.g. left outer backrest is not foldeddownMat is expanded up to the second rowseats, as described in first section.● Fold down the backrests that

    shall be covered.

    ● Open the zipper behind theraised up backrest.

    ● Pull out the mat until the first partis flat on the load compartmentfloor.

    ● Raise up lengthways the part thatis opened by the zipper, and foldit to the centre.

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