Cruze My 14 - Chevrolet India

2.0
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
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the latest production information available at the time of publication. The right is reserved to
make changes at any time without notice.
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Part No.: 28286840
Revision No. 00
Revision Date
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MY14
Regd. Office / Works : Chandrapura Industrial Estate, Halol - 389 351.
Dist. Panchmahals, Gujarat, India. Phone : +91 2676 221000
Marketing Office / Customer Assistance : Plot No. 15, Echelon Institutional Area,
Sector 32, Gurgaon - 122001, Haryana, India. Phone : +91 124 3080000
2.0
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
All information, illustrations and specifications contained in this Owner's Manual are based on
the latest production information available at the time of publication. The right is reserved to
make changes at any time without notice.
24 Hr. Helpline at 1800 3000 8080
Part No.: 28286840
Revision No. 00
Revision Date
02/2014/1,000
MY14
Regd. Office / Works : Chandrapura Industrial Estate, Halol - 389 351.
Dist. Panchmahals, Gujarat, India. Phone : +91 2676 221000
Marketing Office / Customer Assistance : Plot No. 15, Echelon Institutional Area,
Sector 32, Gurgaon - 122001, Haryana, India. Phone : +91 124 3080000
2.0
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
All information, illustrations and specifications contained in this Owner's Manual are based on
the latest production information available at the time of publication. The right is reserved to
make changes at any time without notice.
24 Hr. Helpline at 1800 3000 8080
Part No.: 28286840
Revision No. 00
Revision Date
02/2014/1,000
MY14
Regd. Office / Works : Chandrapura Industrial Estate, Halol - 389 351.
Dist. Panchmahals, Gujarat, India. Phone : +91 2676 221000
Marketing Office / Customer Assistance : Plot No. 15, Echelon Institutional Area,
Sector 32, Gurgaon - 122001, Haryana, India. Phone : +91 124 3080000
2.0
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
All information, illustrations and specifications contained in this Owner's Manual are based on
the latest production information available at the time of publication. The right is reserved to
make changes at any time without notice.
24 Hr. Helpline at 1800 3000 8080
Part No.: 28286840
Revision No. 00
Revision Date
02/2014/1,000
MY14
Regd. Office / Works : Chandrapura Industrial Estate, Halol - 389 351.
Dist. Panchmahals, Gujarat, India. Phone : +91 2676 221000
Marketing Office / Customer Assistance : Plot No. 15, Echelon Institutional Area,
Sector 32, Gurgaon - 122001, Haryana, India. Phone : +91 124 3080000
Dear Customer,
Welcome to the Chevrolet family. We wish to thank you for choosing Chevrolet Cruze.
It is our constant endeavor to provide you with products that offer excellent performance through out their ownership period. Which is
why, in addition to offering great cars, we have also set up an extensive, and very well equipped network of retailers and authorized
service centres across the country.
Naturally, these Chevrolet retailers knows everything there is to know about your car, and provides you with the best service possible. In
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say, they are also committed to ensure your complete satisfaction.
So, please contact a Chevrolet retailer for any servicing need and make sure that only genuine spares are used for your car.
This Manual will familiarize you with the operation and maintenance of your new vehicle. It will also provide you with important safety
information. Please do read it carefully and follow the recommendations. In fact, the Manual is like a permanent part of your car. And it
would go a long way in ensuring a safe and trouble-free operation for your car.
Should you have any query please feel free to call our 24 hr. Helpline at 1800 3000 8080 or email us at : gmi.cac@gm.com.
Happy Motoring
CONTENTS
Introduction....................................... 2
Keys, doors and windows ............... 17
Seats, restraints ............................... 35
Storage ............................................ 51
Instruments and controls ................. 57
Lighting .......................................... 79
Climate control ............................... 85
Driving and operating .................... 91
Vehicle care .................................. 109
Infotainment system ..................... 141
Service and maintenance .............. 163
Technical data .............................. 169
Service and warranty .................... 175
Service network ........................... 205
2 Introduction
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
USING THIS MANUAL
Introduction ...................................... 2
Using this Manual ............................. 2
Danger, warnings and cautions ......... 3
In brief............................................... 4
Vehicle unlocking ............................. 4
Seat adjustment (Manual) ................ 5
Seat adjustment (Power) .................. 6
Head restraint adjustment ................ 7
Seat belt ............................................ 7
Mirror adjustment ............................ 7
Steering wheel adjustment ............... 8
Instrument panel overview ............... 9
Exterior lighting ............................. 11
Horn ............................................... 12
Windscreen wiper/washer .............. 12
Climate control ............................... 13
Transmission .................................. 14
Starting off ..................................... 14
Parking ........................................... 16
Your vehicle is a designed combination
of advanced technology, safety, environmental friendliness and economy.
This Owner's Manual provides you with
all the necessary information to enable
you to drive your vehicle safely and
efficiently.
Make sure your passengers are aware of
the possible risk of accident and injury
which may result from improper use of
the vehicle.
You must always comply with the specific
laws and regulations of the country that
you are in. These laws may differ from the
information in this Owner's Manual.
When this Owner's Manual refers to a
CHEVROLET retailer visit, we recommend your CHEVROLET Service
Partner.
All CHEVROLET Service Partners
provide first-class service at reasonable
prices. Experienced mechanics trained
by CHEVROLET work according to
specific CHEVROLET instructions.
The customer literature pack should
always be kept ready to hand in the
vehicle.
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This Manual describes all options
and features available for this model.
Certain descriptions, including those
for display and menu functions, may
not apply to your vehicle due to
model variant, country specifications, special equipment or accessories.
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The "In brief" section will give you
an initial overview.
The table of contents at the beginning of this Manual and within each
chapter shows where the information is located.
The Owner's Manual uses the factory engine designations. The corresponding sales designations can
be found in the chapter "Technical
data".
Directional data, e.g. left or right, or
front or back, always relate to the
direction of travel.
The vehicle display screens may
not support your specific language.
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Introduction 3
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Depending on the model variant,
country variant, integrated special
equipment and accessories, the
scope of equipment of your vehicle
can differ from the descriptions in
this Owner's Manual.
DANGER, WARNINGS AND
CAUTIONS
Danger
Text marked
Danger provides
information on risk of fatal injury.
Disregarding this information may
endanger life.
Warning
Text marked Warning provides
information on risk of accident or
injury. Disregarding this information
may lead to injury.
Caution
Text marked Caution provides information on possible damage to the
vehicle. Disregarding this information may lead to vehicle damage.
Symbols
Page references are indicated with
means "see page".
Note: Text marked Note indicates a
point to take into account when operating
the vehicle. Failure to observe this may
lead to incorrect operation.
* or (Option): The asterisk and (Option) in this Manual signify an item of
equipment that is not included on all
vehicles. Such items include engine
options, model variations specific to
one country, and optional equipment.
All information, illustrations, and specifications in this Manual are based on
the latest product information available
at the time of publication.
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. (GMI)
reserve the right to change specifications or designs at any time without
notice and without incurring obligation.
This vehicle may not comply with the
standards or regulations of other countries. Before attempting to register this
vehicle in any other country, check all
applicable regulations and make any
necessary modifications.
This Manual describes the options and
trims available at the time of publication. Some of the items covered may not
apply to your vehicle. Contact your
CHEVROLET retailer for information
on options and trims availability.
Non-GMI genuine parts and accessories have not been examined or approved by GMI. We can certify neither the
suitability nor the safety of non-GMI
genuine parts and accessories and are
not liable for damage caused by their
use.
Warning: Tampering of wiring harness
or fitment of non genuine accessories in
your vehicle may lead to short circuit
resulting in fire.
We wish you many hours of pleasurable
driving Chevrolet.
4 Introduction
IN BRIEF
VEHICLE UNLOCKING
INITIAL DRIVE
INFORMATION
RADIO REMOTE CONTROL
ELECTRONIC KEY*
Press button c to unlock the doors and
load compartment. Open the doors by
pulling the handles, to open the tailgate,
press the button under the tailgate
moulding.
Press button
, only the load compartment is unlocked and opens.
Radio remote control 3 17, Central locking system 3 20, Load compartment 3
25.
The operator must keep the electronic
key with him. Press switch on door
handle to unlock the vehicle and pull
the door handle to open the door. To
open the tailgate, press the button
under the moulding.
Electronic key system 19.
Introduction 5
SEAT ADJUSTMENT (Manual)
SEAT POSITIONING
SEAT BACKREST
SEAT HEIGHT*
Pull handle, slide seat, release handle.
Seat adjustment 37, Seat position00
36.
Pull lever, adjust inclination and release
lever. Allow the seat to engage audibly.
Do not lean on backrest when adjusting.
Seat adjustment 37, Seat position00
36.
Lever pumping motion
Up
= Higher
Down = Lower
Seat position 36.
6 Introduction
SEAT ADJUSTMENT (Power)*
Driver side
SEAT BACKREST
Warning
Care must be taken when operating
the power seats. There is a risk of
injury, particularly for children.
Articles could become trapped.
Never leave the remote control in the
vehicle when leaving the vehicle!
Risk of injury to unsupervised
persons in event of power seat
adjustment.
Keep a close watch on the seats when
adjusting them. Vehicle passengers
should be informed accordingly.
SEAT POSITIONING
To move the seat forward or backward,
move and hold the switch forward or
backward. When the seat reaches the
desired position, release the switch.
SEAT HEIGHT
To adjust the height of the entire seat
cushion, move the switch upwards or
downwards at rear.
SEAT INCLINATION
To adjust the inclination of the seat
cushion, move the switch upwards or
downwards at front.
Pull lever, adjust inclination and release
lever. Allow the seat to engage audibly.
Do not lean on seat when adjusting.
Overload
If the seat setting is electrically overloaded, the power supply is automatically cut off for a short time.
Introduction 7
HEAD RESTRAINT
ADJUSTMENT
SEAT BELT
For height adjustment, pull the head
restraint upward. To move down press
the catch and push the head restraint
downwards.
Head restraints 35.
Pull out the seat belt and engage in belt
buckle. The seat belt must not be
twisted and must fit close against the
body. The backrest must not be tilted
back too far (maximum approx. 25 °).
To release belt, press red button on belt
buckle.
Seat belts
40, Airbag system
43,
Seat position 36.
MIRROR ADJUSTMENT
INTERIOR MIRROR
To reduce dazzle, pull the lever on the
underside of the mirror housing.
Interior mirror 29, Automatic antidazzle interior mirror* 30.
8 Introduction
EXTERIOR MIRRORS
Select the relevant exterior mirror and
adjust.
Electric adjustment 28, Convex
exterior mirrors 28, Folding
exterior mirrors 28, Heated
exterior mirrors 29.
STEERING WHEEL
ADJUSTMENT*
Unlock lever, adjust steering wheel,
then engage lever and ensure it is fully
locked. Do not adjust steering wheel
unless vehicle is stationary and steering
wheel lock has been released.
Airbag system 43,
Ignition switch positions 92.
Introduction 9
INSTRUMENT PANEL OVERVIEW
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2
3
4
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Light switch ............................. 79
Front fog Lamp ........................ 81
Headlamp range adjustment ..... 81
Instrument panel illumination
control ...................................... 82
Side air vents ............................ 88
Windscreen wiper/washer ........ 58
Instruments ............................... 63
Horn ......................................... 58
Driver's airbag system .............. 44
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Driver information center ........ 72
Remote control for
infotainment system ............... 145
Turn signals, headlight flash,
low beam and high beam ......... 79
Exit lighting ............................. 83
Driver information center ........ 72
9 Centre air vents ........................ 88
10 Infotainment system ............... 141
11 Info-Display ............................. 72
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12 Anti-theft alarm system
status LED ................................ 26
13 Storage ..................................... 51
14 Front passenger airbag ............. 44
15 Glove box ................................. 52
16 Electronic climate control
system ....................................... 85
17 Selector lever, automatic
transmission ............................. 99
Manual transmission .............. 101
18 Hazard warning flashers .......... 80
19 Central locking button ............. 23
20 Accelerator pedal ..................... 91
21 Start/Stop button electronic
key system ................................ 94
22 Brake pedal ............................ 102
23 Ignition switch with steering
wheel lock ................................ 92
24 Clutch pedal ............................. 91
25 Steering wheel adjustment ....... 57
26 Cruise control ......................... 103
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Storage compartment ............... 51
Bonnet release lever ............... 111
Fan speed .................................. 87
Instrument panel fuse box ...... 127
Introduction 11
EXTERIOR LIGHTING
LIGHT SWITCH
HEADLIGHT FLASH, HIGH
BEAM AND LOW BEAM
TURN AND LANE-CHANGE
SIGNALS
To turn the head, tail and parking lamps
on or off, rotate the knob clockwise and
counter clockwise.
The knob has three positions which
activate various lamp functions as
follows :
Turn light switch:
= Lights off.
= Position lights.
= Headlights
Press :
= Front fog lights
Lighting 79.
Headlight flash = Pull lever
High beam
= Push lever
Low beam
= Push or pull lever
High beam 79, Headlight flash 80.
Right = Lever down
Left = Lever up
Turn and lane change signals
80.
12 Introduction
WINDSCREEN WIPER/
WASHER
HORN
HAZARD WARNING FLASHERS
Operated with the button.
Hazard warning flashers 80.
WINDSCREEN WIPERS
Press
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=
=
Off
Timed interval wiping or
automatic wiping with rain
sensor*
= Slow
= Fast
For a single wipe when the windscreen
wipers are off, press the lever up.
Windscreen wipers 58, Wiper replacement 117.
Introduction 13
CLIMATE CONTROL
WINDSCREEN WASHER
SYSTEM
HEATED REAR WINDOW,
HEATED EXTERIOR MIRRORS*
DEMISTING AND DEFROSTING
THE WINDOWS
Pull lever.
Windscreen washer system
Washer fluid 116.
Heating is operated by pressing the Ü
button with engine running.
Heated rear window 32.
Press button .
Set temperature control to warmest
level.
Cooling on.
Heated rear window on.
Electronic climate control system 85.
60,
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TRANSMISSION
MANUAL TRANSMISSION
STARTING OFF
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
CHECK BEFORE STARTING OFF
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Reverse : With the vehicle stationary,
declutch and then pull up the ring on the
selector lever and engage the gear.
If the gear does not engage, set the lever
in neutral, release the clutch pedal and
depress again; then repeat gear
selection.
Manual transmission 101.
P
= Park
R = Reverse
N = Neutral
D = Drive
Manual mode: Move selector lever
from D to the left.
= Higher gear
= Lower gear
The selector lever can only be moved
out of P when the ignition is on and the
brake pedal is applied. To engage P or
R, push the release button.
Automatic transmission 98.
Tyre pressure and condition 129
3 172.
Engine oil level and fluid levels 3
113.
All windows, mirrors, exterior
lighting and number plates are free
from dirt, snow and ice and
operational.
Proper position of seats, seat belts
and mirrors 36, 40, 28.
Check brake function at low speed,
particularly if the brakes are wet.
Introduction 15
STARTING ENGINE WITH THE
IGNITION SWITCH
STARTING ENGINE WITH THE
START/STOP BUTTON*
Turn key to position 3 and release
when engine is running.
Before restarting or to switch off the
engine, turn key back to 0.
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Turn key to position 1.
Move the steering wheel slightly to
release the steering wheel lock.
Manual transmission: Operate
clutch;
Automatic transmission: Operate
brake and move selector lever in P
or N;
Do not accelerate;
Diesel engine: Turn the key to
position 2 for preheating until
control indicator
goes out;
The electronic key must be in the
vehicle interior or the operator
carries the key around with him;
n Manual transmission: Operate
clutch;
n Automatic transmission: Operate
brake and move selector lever in P
or N;
n Do not accelerate;
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16 Introduction
PARKING
Press Start/Stop button and release
when the engine is running. The
green LED will illuminate as soon
as the engine is running.
Press button again while engine is running to switch off the engine.
Starting the engine 93.
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Always apply parking brake without pressing release button. Apply
as firmly as possible on a downhill
slope or uphill slope. Operate foot
brake at same time to reduce operating force.
n Switch off the engine and ignition.
Turn the ignition key to 0, remove
and turn the steering wheel until the
steering wheel lock is felt to engage.
Vehicles with electronic key system:
With the vehicle stationary, press the
Start/Stop button and open the
driver's door. For vehicles with
automatic transmission, move selector lever to P position and remove
key.
n If the vehicle is on a level surface or
uphill slope, engage first gear or set
the selector lever to P before switching off the ignition. On an uphill
slope, turn the front wheels away
from the kerb.
If the vehicle is on a downhill slope,
engage reverse gear or set the selen
ctor lever to P before switching off
the ignition. Turn the front wheels
towards the kerb.
n Close windows and sunroof.
n Lock the vehicle with button on
the remote control or, with electronic key system, press the switch
on the door handle.
n Activate the anti-theft alarm system
3 25.
n Do not park the vehicle on an easy
flammable surface. The high temperature of the exhaust system
could ignite the surface.
n The engine cooling fans may run
after the engine has been switched
off .
n After running at high engine speeds
or with high engine loads, operate
the diesel engine briefly at a low
load or run in neutral for about 1 to
2 minutes at idle speed before
switching off in order to protect the
turbocharger.
Keys, locks 17.
Keys, doors and windows 17
KEYS, DOORS AND
WINDOWS
Keys, locks ..................................... 17
Doors .............................................. 25
Vehicle security .............................. 25
Exterior mirrors .............................. 28
Interior mirror ................................ 29
Power windows .............................. 30
Heated rear window ....................... 32
Sunvisors ........................................ 32
Sunroof ........................................... 33
KEYS, LOCKS
KEYS
RADIO REMOTE CONTROL
Replacement keys
The key number is specified on a
detachable tag.
The key number must be quoted when
ordering replacement keys as it is a
component of the immobiliser system.
Locks 138
Key with foldaway key section
Used to operate:
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Central locking system
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Anti-theft alarm system
Load compartment
The radio remote control has a range of
approx. 25 metres. This range can be
affected by outside influences.
The hazard warning flashers confirm
operation.
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Press button to extend. To fold the key,
first press the button.
18 Keys, doors and windows
Handle with care, protect it from moisture and high temperatures and avoid
unnecessary operation.
Fault
If the central locking system cannot be
operated with the radio remote control,
it may be due to the following:
n Range exceeded,
n Battery voltage too low,
n Frequent, repeated operation of the
remote control while not in range,
which will require resynchronisation,
Overloading the central locking by
operating at frequent intervals, the
power supply is interrupted for a
short time,
n Interference from higher-power
radio waves from other sources.
Opening the vehicle 20.
Basic settings
Some settings can be changed in the
menu Settings in the Info-Display.
Vehicle personalisation 76.
Radio remote control battery
replacement
Replace the battery as soon as the range
reduces.
Batteries do not belong in household
waste. They must be disposed of at an
appropriate recycling collection point.
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Extend the key and open the unit.
Replace the battery (battery type CR 20
32), paying attention to the installation
position. Close the unit and synchronise.
Have the battery replaced by a
CHEVROLET retailer.
Note
In order to keep the key working
properly, follow these guidelines:
n Avoid dropping the key.
n Do not place heavy objects on the
key.
n Keep the key away from water and
direct sunlight. If the key gets wet,
wipe it with a soft cloth.
Keys, doors and windows 19
MEMORISED SETTINGS*
By removing the key out of the ignition
lock the settings are automatically
saved for the used key:
n Electronic climate control
n Lighting
n Infotainment system
n Power door locks
The saved settings are automatically
used when the key is inserted into the
ignition lock.
Vehicle personalisation 76.
ELECTRONIC KEY SYSTEM*
Warning
Do not press the Start/Stop button
while driving. A driver could lose
control of vehicle and brake power
assistance would be cancelled, causing an accident. Also never leave
infants, children and juveniles unattended in the vehicle. It may cause an
unexpected accident.
Caution
Makes operation of the following possible without the use of the mechanical
key
n Central locking system,
n Anti-theft alarm system,
n Ignition and starter.
The electronic key simply needs to be
on the driver's person.
Note
Do not put the electronic key in the
load compartment or in front of the
Info-Display.
Starting the engine 93.
Pressing the Start/Stop button can
start the engine when the electronic
key is in the vehicle. Never leave
children or any person who is
unfamiliar with the vehicle alone.
They could become involved in
unexpected accidents. Switch the
ignition off when you leave the
vehicle and always carry the smart
key.
20 Keys, doors and windows
CENTRAL LOCKING SYSTEM
Radio remote control
The electronic key also has a radio remote
control feature.
Replacing battery in electronic key
Replace the battery as soon as the
system no longer operates properly or
the range is reduced. The need for
battery replacement is indicated by an
error code in the Driver Information
Center 72.
Batteries do not belong in household
waste. They must be disposed of at an
appropriate recycling collection point.
Replacing the battery 18.
Replace the battery (battery type CR 20
32), noting the installation position.
Engage caps.
Radio remote control
synchronisation
The radio remote control synchronises
itself automatically during every
starting procedure.
Fault
If the central locking cannot be
operated or the engine cannot be
started, the cause may be one of the
following:
n Fault in remote control 18,
n Electronic key out of reception
range.
To rectify the cause of the fault, change
the position of the electronic key.
Unlocks and locks doors, load
compartment and fuel filler flap.
A pull on an interior door handle
unlocks and opens the door.
Note
In the event of an accident of a
certain severity, the vehicle unlocks
automatically.
Unlocking
Radio remote control
Press button .
Keys, doors and windows 21
It is configurable to unlock only the
driver's door by pressing button once
and to unlock all doors, load compartment and fuel filler flap by pressing
button twice.
Settings can be changed in the menu
Settings in the Info-Display. Vehicle
personalisation 76. The settings can
be stored by the key being used,
memorised settings 19.
Electronic key system*
Press switch on door handle to unlock
the vehicle and pull the door handle to
open the door, or press the button under
the trunk lid moulding. The electronic
key must be outside the vehicle, within
a range of approximately one metre.
When the doors are locked and the electronic key is within one metre of the
door handle, pressing the lock/unlock
switch on that door handle will unlock
all the doors.
To unlock the door from the driver's
side, press the lock/unlock switch on
the door handle. Press again within five
seconds to unlock all passenger doors.
Settings can be configured to unlock all
doors from the driver's side by pressing
the lock/unlock switch on the door
handle once.
To unlock all the doors from the passenger's side, press the lock/unlock switch
on the door handle.
It is configurable to unlock only the
doors on the relevant side or all doors.
Settings can be changed in the menu
Settings in the Info-Display. Vehicle
personalisation 76.
Locking
Radio remote control
Close doors, load compartment and fuel
filler flap.
Press button .
If the driver's door is not closed properly, the central locking system will not
work. Activation or deactivation of this
function in the menu Settings in the
Info-Display.
Vehicle personalisation 76.
22 Keys, doors and windows
Electronic key system*
Press the switch on a door handle.
The electronic key must be outside the
vehicle, within a range of approximately
one meter. If the other electronic key is
inside the vehicle, doors are locked and
the key inside the vehicle will be deactivated.
It can be checked that the door is locked
or unlocked as the position of the door
lock knob inside your vehicle.
3 seconds must pass before the vehicle
can be unlocked. Within this time, it is
possible to check that the vehicle is
locked.
Note
The vehicle is not automatically locked.
Unlocking the tailgate
Press button
. The tailgate will
unlock and open, whilst all other doors
remain locked.
Caution
When all doors are locked, the load
compartment can be unlocked by
using the electronic key. Since then,
if you close the tailgate with the
electronic key left inside of the load
compartment, the driver's door and
the tailgate will be unlocked and a
warning chime will sound.
Keys, doors and windows 23
Central locking button
Locks or unlocks all doors, the load
compartment and fuel filler flap.
Fault in radio remote control system
or electronic key system
Unlocking
Press the button to unlock.
Press the button to lock.
When the key is in the ignition lock,
locking is only possible if all doors are
closed.
Manually unlock the driver's door by
turning the key in the lock. Switch on
the ignition and press the central
locking button to unlock all doors,
load compartment and fuel filler flap.
To deactivate the anti-theft locking
system, switch on the ignition.
Locking
Switch on the ignition and press the
central locking button to lock the
doors, load compartment and fuel filler
flap. Then close the driver's door and
lock it from the outside with the key.
Fault in central locking system
Unlocking
Manually unlock the driver's door by
turning the key in the lock. The other
doors can be opened by using the
interior handle twice. The fuel filler flap
cannot be opened. To deactivate the
anti-theft locking system, switch on the
ignition 25.
Locking
Push inside locking knob of all doors
except driver's door. Then close the
driver's door and lock it from the
outside with the key. The fuel filler flap
and tailgate cannot be locked.
AUTOMATIC LOCKING*
Automatic locking after driving off
This security feature can be configured
to automatically lock all doors, load
compartment and fuel filler flap as soon
as the vehicle starts to drive.
Settings can be changed in the menu
Settings in the Info-Display. Vehicle
24 Keys, doors and windows
CHILD LOCKS
personalisation 76.
This locking will be unlocked automatically if any of following occur:
n For automatic transmission, when
the selector lever is in P after
driving.
n For manual transmission, when the
key is removed from the ignition
switch after driving.
n With both electronic key and
manual transmission, when the
engine is stopped by pressing the
Start/Stop button after driving.
The settings can be stored by the key
being used 19.
Using a key or suitable screwdriver, turn
the child locks in the rear doors into
horizontal position. Doors cannot be
opened from inside. For deactivation
turn the child locks into vertical position.
Warning
Use the child locks whenever children
are occupying the rear seats.
Caution
Do not unlock the door while driving. If a passenger opens the door by
accident, it can result in serious
injury or death in case of an unexpected accident.
If the door is unlocked manually,
lock it again using the door lock
knob for safety.
Caution
Do not pull the inside door handle
while the child security door lock is
set to LOCK position. To do so can
damage the inside door handle.
Keys, doors and windows 25
DOORS
VEHICLE SECURITY
LOAD COMPARTMENT
TAIL GATE
Opening
ANTI-THEFT ALARM SYSTEM
Danger
Do not drive with the tailgate open or
ajar, e.g. when transporting bulky
objects, since toxic exhaust gases,
which can not be seen or smelled,
could enter the vehicle. This can
cause unconsciousness and even
death.
Anti theft alarm system monitors:
n Doors, tailgate, bonnet
n Ignition
Activation
Caution
Press button
on radio remote control
until the tailgate is opened, or press the
button under the tailgate moulding after
unlocking.
Before opening the tailgate check
overhead obstructions, such as a
garage door, to avoid damage of the
tailgate. Always check the moving
area above and behind the tailgate.
Note
The installation of certain heavy
accessories onto the tailgate may
affect its ability to remain open.
Closing
Do not press the button under the
moulding while closing as this will
unlock the tailgate again.
Self-activated 30 seconds after locking the vehicle (initialisation of the
system), or
n Radio remote control: Directly by
pressing once more after locking,
or
n
26 Keys, doors and windows
n
Electronic key system: Directly by
pressing the switch on the door
handle once more after locking.
Status LED
Status after system is armed:
LED flashes
= System is armed.
slowly
Seek the assistance of a CHEVROLET
retailer in the event of faults.
Deactivation
2x
Status LED is integrated in the sensor
on top of the instrument panel.
Status during the first 30 seconds of
anti-theft alarm system activation:
LED
= Test, arming delay.
illuminates
LED flashes
= Doors, tailgate or
quickly
bonnet not
completely closed,
or system fault.
Unlocking the vehicle by pressing
button
deactivates anti-theft alarm
system.
Keys, doors and windows 27
IMMOBILISER
The system is integrated into the ignition switch and checks whether the
vehicle is allowed to start with the key
being used. If the transponder in the key
is recognised, the vehicle can be started.
The electronic immobiliser activates
itself automatically after the key has
been removed from the ignition switch
or when the engine is switched off by
pressing the Start/Stop button.
Vehicle with electronic key system :
Pressing the switch on the door handle
deactivates anti-theft alarm system.
Alarm
The alarm can be silenced by pressing
any button of the radio remote control
or by switching on the ignition.
The anti-theft alarm system can be
deactivated only by pressing the button
c or by pressing the switch on the door
handle (only electronic key system) or
switching on the ignition.
If the control indicator
flashes or
illuminates when the ignition is on,
there is a fault in the system; the engine
cannot be started. Switch off the
ignition and then repeat the start
attempt.
If the control indicator continues
flashing or illuminating, attempt to start
the engine using the spare key and seek
the assistance of a CHEVROLET
retailer.
Note
The immobiliser does not lock the
doors. You should always lock the
vehicle after leaving it and switch
on the anti-theft alarm system 25.
Control indicator
71.
28 Keys, doors and windows
EXTERIOR MIRRORS
CONVEX SHAPE
FOLDING
Electric folding*
The convex exterior mirror reduces
blind spots. The shape of the mirror
makes objects appear smaller, which
will affect the ability to estimate distances.
ELECTRIC ADJUSTMENT
For pedestrian safety, the exterior mirrors will swing out of their normal
mounting position if they are struck
with sufficient force. Reposition the
mirror by applying slight pressure to
the mirror housing.
Select the relevant exterior mirror by
turning the control to left (L) or right
(R). In position 0 no mirror is selected.
Then swivel the control to adjust the
mirror.
Turn control to 0, then push the control
down. Both exterior mirrors will fold.
Push the control down again - both
exterior mirrors return to their original
position.
If an electrically retracted mirror is
manually extended, pressing down the
adjuster will only electrically extend
the other mirror.
Keys, doors and windows 29
INTERIOR MIRROR
HEATED MIRRORS*
MANUAL ANTI-DAZZLE
Operated by pressing the button.
Heating works with the engine running
and is switched off automatically after a
short time.
To reduce dazzle, pull the lever on the
underside of the mirror housing.
Warning
Always keep your mirrors properly
adjusted, and use them while driving
to increase your visibility of objects
and other vehicles around you. Do not
drive while either outside rearview
mirror is folded back.
30 Keys, doors and windows
POWER WINDOWS
AUTOMATIC ANTI-DAZZLE*
EXPRESS WINDOW OPERATION
Warning
Dazzle from following vehicles at night
is automatically reduced.
Take care when operating the power
windows. Risk of injury, particularly
to children.
If there are children on the rear seat,
switch on the child safety system for
the power windows.
Keep a close watch on the windows
when closing them. Ensure that
nothing becomes trapped in them as
they move.
Your vehicle may have windows with
an express up or down feature. This
feature allows the window to be
lowered or raised without holding the
switch. Driver side window have
express up and down feature with safety
function*, passenger side and rear
windows only have express down. Pull
a window switch up or push it down all
the way, release it, and the window goes
up or down automatically. Stop the
window by pushing or pulling the
switch.
Power windows can be operated
n With ignition on,
n Within 10 minutes after switching
ignition off.
After switching off the ignition,
window operation is disabled when the
driver's or passenger's door is opened.
Operate the switch for the respective
window by pushing to open or pulling
to close.
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Operation of front power window
(Driver side) with safety function*
Pushing or pulling lightly to the first
detent: window moves down or up as
long as switch is operated.
Pushing or pulling stronger to the second detent and then releasing: window
moves down or up automatically with
safety function. To stop movement,
operate the switch once more in the
same direction.
Operation of front and rear power
windows without safety function
Pushing or pulling lightly to the first
detent: window moves down or up as
long as switch is operated.
Pushing stronger to the second detent
and then releasing: window moves
down automatically. To stop movement, operate the switch once more in
the same direction.
Safety function
If the driver side window glass
encounters resistance above the middle
of the window during automatic
closing, it is immediately stopped and
opened again.
Warning
Body parts outside vehicle can be
struck by passing objects. Keep all
parts of body inside vehicle.
Child safety system for rear windows
Override safety function
In the event of closing difficulties due
to frost or the like, hold the switch
pulled. The window moves up without
safety function. To stop movement,
release and operate the switch once
more in the same direction.
Press switch to deactivate rear door
power windows, the LED lights up. To
activate press again.
32 Keys, doors and windows
Overload
If the windows are repeatedly operated
within short intervals, the window
operation is disabled for some time.
Initialising the power windows
If the windows cannot be closed automatically (e.g. after disconnecting the
vehicle battery), activate the window
electronics as follows:
1. Close doors.
2. Switch on ignition.
3. Close the window completely and
keep the switch pulled for
additional 2 seconds.
4. Repeat for each window.
HEATED REAR WINDOW
SUNVISORS
Operated by pressing the
button.
Heating works with the engine running
and is switched off automatically after a
short time.
The sunvisors can be folded down or
swiveled to the side to prevent dazzling.
If the sunvisors have integral mirrors,
the mirror covers should be closed when
driving.
Sunvisor with lighted vanity mirror*
Pull the passenger side sunvisor down
and lift the cover to access the mirror.
A light comes on when the cover is
lifted and goes off when it is closed.
Caution
Do not use sharp instruments or abrasive window cleaners on your vehicle’ s
rear window.
Do not scratch or damage the defroster
wires when you clean or work around
the rear window.
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SUNROOF*
Warning
Take care when operating the sun
roof. Risk of injury, particularly to
children.
Keep a close watch on the movable
parts when operating them. Ensure
that nothing becomes trapped in them
as they move.
Sunroof can be operated
■ With ignition on,
■ Within 10 minutes after switching
ignition off,
After switching off the ignition, sun
roof operation is disabled when driver's
or passenger's door is opened.
Operate the switches as follows:
Open or close
Press
or
gently to the first detent:
sunroof is opened or closed as long as
the switch is operated.
Press
or
firmly to the second
detent and then release: the sunroof is
opened or closed automatically with
enabled safety function. To stop
movement, operate the switch once
more.
Raise or close
Press
or
: sunroof is raised or
closed automatically.
To stop movement, operate the switch
once more.
Sunblind
The sunblind is operated manually.
Close or open the sunblind by sliding.
When the sunroof is open, the sunblind
is always open.
Safety function
If the sunroof encounters resistance
during automatic closing, it is
immediately stopped and opened again.
Override safety function
In the event of closing difficulties due
to frost or the like, hold the switch
pressed until the sunroof is closed.
The sunroof closes without safety
function. To stop movement, release the
switch.
Initialising after a power failure
After a power failure, it may only be
possible to operate the sunroof to limited
extent. Have the system initialised by
your CHEVROLET retailer.
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NOTE
Seats, restraints 35
SEATS, RESTRAINTS
HEAD RESTRAINTS
POSITION
Head restraints ............................... 35
Front seats ...................................... 36
Rear seats ....................................... 39
Seat belts ........................................ 40
Airbag system ................................ 43
Child restraints ............................... 46
Warning
Only drive with the head restraint set
to the proper position.
Removed or improperly adjusted
head restraints can result in serious
head and neck injuries in case of a
collision.
Make sure that the head restraint
readjusted before driving.
The middle of the head restraint should
be at eye level. If this is not possible for
extremely tall persons, set to highest
position, and set to lowest position for
small people.
HEAD RESTRAINTS ON FRONT
SEATS
Height adjustment
Pull the head restraint upwards.
To move down, press the catch and push
the head restraint downwards.
36 Seats, restraints
FRONT SEATS
HEAD RESTRAINTS ON REAR
SEATS
Height adjustment
SEAT POSITION
Warning
n Sit with your shoulders as far back
Only drive with the seat correctly
adjusted.
n
n
Pull the head restraint upwards.
To move down, press the catch and push
the head restraint downwards.
n
Sit with your buttocks as far back
against the backrest as possible.
Adjust the distance between the seat
and the pedals so that your legs are
slightly angled when tromping the
pedals. Slide the passenger seat as
far back as possible.
n
n
against the backrest as possible. Set
the backrest rake so that you can
easily reach the steering wheel with
your arms slightly bent. Maintain
contact between your shoulders and
the backrest when turning the
steering wheel. Do not angle the
backrest too far back. We recommend a maximum rake of approx.
25 °.
Adjust the steering wheel 57.
Set seat height high enough to have
a clear field of vision on all sides
and of all display instruments.
There should be at least one hand of
clearance between your head and
the headlining. Your thighs should
rest lightly on the seat without
pressing into it.
Adjust the head restraint 35.
Adjust the height of the seat belt 3
42.
Seats, restraints 37
SEAT ADJUSTMENT (Manual)
Danger
Seat backrest
Seat height*
Pull lever, adjust inclination and release
lever. Allow the seat to engage audibly.
Do not lean on seat when adjusting.
Lever pumping motion
Up
= Higher
Down = Lower
Do not sit nearer than 25 cm from the
steering wheel, to permit safe airbag
deployment.
Warning
Never adjust seats while driving as
they could move uncontrollably.
Seat positioning
Pull handle, slide seat, release handle.
38 Seats, restraints
SEAT ADJUSTMENT (Power)*
Driver side
Seat backrest
Warning
Care must be taken when operating
the power seats. There is a risk of
injury, particularly for children.
Articles could become trapped.
Never leave the remote control in the
vehicle when leaving the vehicle!
Risk of injury to unsupervised persons in event of power seat adjustment.
Keep a close watch on the seats when
adjusting them. Vehicle passengers
should be informed accordingly.
Seat positioning
To move the seat forward or backward,
move and hold the switch forward or
backward. When the seat reaches the
desired position, release the switch.
Seat height
To adjust the height of the entire seat
cushion, move the switch upwards or
downwards at rear.
Seat inclination
To adjust the inclination of the seat
cushion, move the switch upwards or
downwards at front.
Pull lever, adjust inclination and release
lever. Allow the seat to engage audibly.
Do not lean on seat when adjusting.
Overload
If the seat setting is electrically
overloaded, the power supply is automatically cut off for a short time.
Seats, restraints 39
REAR SEATS
ARMREST
ARMREST
Armrest between front seats
Warning
Push button and fold armrest upwards.
The open armrest contains a stowage
compartment.
Horizontal adjustment
Fold armrest down by pulling the strap.
The folded armrest contains a drink
holder.
Push lever to slide the armrest.
Use caution when using the drink
holders. A spilled beverage that is very
hot can injure you or your passenger.
Spilled liquids can damage interior
trim and electrical components.
Do not place objects other than cups
or cans in the drink holder. These
objects can be thrown out in the event
of a sudden stop or an accident,
possibly injuring the passengers in
the vehicle.
40 Seats, restraints
SEAT BELTS
BELT FORCE LIMITERS
Seat belt reminder for driver's seat, seat
belt control indicator
69.
The belts are locked during heavy acceleration or deceleration of the vehicle
for the safety of the occupants.
Warning
Fasten seat belt before each trip.
In the event of an accident, persons
not wearing seat belts endanger their
fellow occupants and themselves.
Seat belts are only designed for use by
one person at a time. They are not suitable for persons younger than 12 years
of age or smaller than 150 cm.
Periodically check all parts of the belt
system for damage and proper functionality.
Have damaged components replaced.
After an accident, have the belts and
triggered belt tensioners replaced by a
CHEVROLET retailer.
Note
Make sure that the belts are not damaged by shoes or sharp-edged
objects. Prevent dirt from getting
into the belt retractors.
In the front seats, stress on the body is
reduced by dampened release of the
belt during a collision.
BELT TENSIONERS
In the event of a head-on or rear-end
collision of a certain severity, the front
seat belts are tightened.
Seats, restraints 41
THREE-POINT SEAT BELT
Fitting
Warning
Incorrect handling (e.g. removal or
fitting of belts or belt buckles) can
trigger the belt tensioners with risk of
injury.
Deployment of the belt tensioners is
indicated by illumination of control
indicator
69.
Triggered belt tensioners must be
replaced by a CHEVROLET retailer.
Belt tensioners can only be triggered
once.
Note
Do not affix or install accessories or
other objects that may interfere
with the operation of the belt
tensioners. Do not make any
modifications to belt tensioner
components as this will invalidate
the vehicle type approval.
Withdraw belt from reel, guide it untwisted across the body and engage the
latch plate in the buckle. Tension the
lap belt regularly whilst driving by
tugging the shoulder belt.
Loose or bulky clothing prevents the
belt from fitting snugly. Do not place
objects such as handbags or mobile
phones between the belt and your body.
Warning
The belt must not rest against hard or
fragile objects in the pockets of your
clothing.
42 Seats, restraints
Height adjustment
1. Pull belt out slightly.
2. Press button.
3. Adjust height and engage.
Removing
Adjust the height so that the belt lies
across the shoulder. It must not lie
across the throat or upper arm.
Do not adjust while driving.
To release belt, press red button on belt
buckle.
Seat belts on the rear seats
The three point seat belt for the rear
centre seat can only be withdrawn from
the retractor if the backrest is in the rear
position.
Seats, restraints 43
AIRBAG SYSTEM
Using the seat belt while pregnant
The airbag system consists of a number
of individual systems.
When triggered the airbags inflate
within milliseconds. They also deflate
so quickly that it is often unnoticeable
during the collision.
Warning
The lap belt must be positioned as
low as possible across the pelvis to
prevent pressure on the abdomen.
LAP BELT
Lap belt on the rear center seat
The seat belt for the rear center seat is
constructed as a lap belt. For
adjustment of length press on the upper
side of the cover of the latch plate and
tighten or loosen the belt.
Warning
If handled improperly the airbag
systems can be triggered in an explosive manner.
The driver should sit back as far as
possible while still maintaining control of the vehicle. If you are sitting too
close to the airbag, it can cause death
or serious injury when it inflates.
For maximum safety protection in all
types of crashes, all occupants including the driver should always wear
their seat belts to minimize the risk of
severe injury or death in the event of a
crash. Do not sit or lean unnecessarily
close to the airbag while the vehicle is
in motion.
The air bag may cause facial or body
scratch, injury by broken glasses or
getting a burn by explosion while air
bag is deployed.
44 Seats, restraints
FRONT AIRBAG SYSTEM
Note
The airbag systems and belt tensioner control electronics are located
in the centre console area. Do not
put any magnetic objects in this
area.
Do not stick anything on the airbag
covers and do not cover them with
other materials.
Each airbag is triggered only once.
Have deployed airbags replaced by
a CHEVROLET retailer.
Do not make any modifications to
the airbag system as this will invalidate the vehicle type approval.
Having the steering wheel, the
instrument panel, all panelling parts,
the door seals, the handles and the
seats removed by a CHEVROLET
retailer.
When an air bag deploys, there may be
a loud noise and smoke. These conditions are normal and are not dangerous
but in case it may stimulate skin of the
passenger. If the stimulation is continued, contact a doctor.
Warning
Never allow children or infants and
pregnant women and the old and the
weak sit in the front passenger seats
fitted with airbags.
Furthermore, do not drive with a baby
seat fitted thereon. In case of an
accident, the impact from the inflated
airbag can cause facial injury or death.
The front airbag system consists of one
airbag in the steering wheel and one in
the instrument panel on the passenger
side. These can be identified by the
word AIRBAG.
The front airbag system is triggered in
the event of an accident of a certain
severity. The ignition must be on.
Caution
If the vehicle is impacted by bumps or
objects on unpaved roads or sidewalks, the air bag may inflate.
Drive slowly on the surfaces not
designed for vehicle traffic to prevent
unintended air bag deployment.
Control indicator
3 69.
for airbag systems
The forward movement of the front seat
occupants is retarded, thereby
considerably reducing the risk of injury
to the upper body and head.
Seats, restraints 45
SIDE AIRBAG SYSTEM*
Warning
Optimum protection is only provided
when the seat is in the proper position
3 36.
Keep the area in which the airbag
inflates clear of obstructions.
Wear the seat belt properly fastened.
Only then the airbag is able to protect.
The side airbag system consists of an
airbag in each front seat backrest. This
can be identified by the word AIRBAG.
The side airbag system is triggered in
the event of an accident of a certain
severity. The ignition must be on.
Note
Only use protective seat covers that
have been approved for your
vehicle. Be careful not to cover the
airbags.
The risk of injury to the upper body and
pelvis in the event of a side-on collision
is considerably reduced.
Warning
Keep the area in which the airbag
inflates clear of obstructions.
Children who are seated in close proximity to a side airbag may be at risk of
serious or fatal injury if the airbag
deploys, especially if the child's head,
neck or chest is close to the airbag at
the time of deployment.
Never let your child lean on the door
or close to the side airbag module.
46 Seats, restraints
CHILD RESTRAINTS*
CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS
When a child restraint system is being
used, pay attention to the following
usage and installation instructions and
also those supplied with the child restraint system.
Warning
Because of the airbag systems a child
restraint system must not be mounted
on the front passenger seat.
If the vehicle is equipped with a lap
belt on the rear centre seat, no child
restraint system is allowed on this
seat.
It is advised to mount the child restraint system only on one of the rear
outer seats of the second seat row.
Selecting the right system
The rear seats are the most convenient
location to fasten a child restraint
system.
Your child should travel facing backwards in the vehicle, until as old as
possible. It is appropriate to change the
system when the child's head can no
longer be properly supported at eye
height. The child's cervical vertebrae
are still very weak and in an accident
they suffer less stress in the semi-prone
rearward position than when sitting
upright.
Children under 12 years or under 150
cm tall should only travel in an appropriate child safety seat.
Never carry a child whilst traveling in
the vehicle. The child will become too
heavy to hold in the event of a collision.
When transporting children, use the
child restraint systems suitable for the
child's weight.
Ensure that the child restraint system to
be installed is compatible with the
vehicle type.
Ensure that the mounting location of
the child restraint system within the
vehicle is correct.
Only allow children to enter and exit
the vehicle at the side facing away from
the traffic.
When the child restraint system is not
in use, secure the seat with a seat belt or
remove it from the vehicle.
Note
Do not stick anything on the child
restraint systems and do not cover
them with any other materials.
A child restraint system which has
been subjected to stress in an accident must be replaced.
Please ensure that infants and children are seated in the rear seats
using child restraints.
Until the children can use seat belts,
please select a child restraint suitable for its age and make sure the
child wears it. Please see the instructions on the relevant products for
child restraints.
Seats, restraints 47
CHILD RESTRAINT INSTALLATION LOCATIONS
Permissible options for fitting a child restraint system
Weight and age class
On front passenger seat
On rear outboard seats
On rear centre seat
Group 0: up to 10 kg
or approx. 10 months
X
U1
U2
Group 0+: up to 13 kg
or approx. 2 years
X
U1
U2
Group I: 9 to 18 kg
or approx. 8 months to 4 years
X
U1
U2
Group II: 15 to 25 kg
or approx. 3 to 7 years
X
U
U2
Group III: 22 to 36 kg
or approx. 6 to 12 years
X
U
U2
1
=
=
U =
X =
2
Seat available with ISOFIX and Top-Tether mounting brackets.
Not allowed, if rear seat is equipped with a lap belt.
Universal suitability in conjunction with three-point seat belt.
No child restraint system permitted in this weight class.
48 Seats, restraints
Permissible options for fitting an ISOFIX child restraint system
Weight class
Size class
Fixture
On front passenger seat
On rear outboard seats
On rear centre seat
Group 0: up to 10 kg
E
ISO/R1
X
IL1
X
X
IL1
X
X
Group 0+: up to 13 kg
Group I: 9 to 18 kg
IL
E
ISO/R1
D
ISO/R2
X
IL1
C
ISO/R3
X
IL1
X
D
ISO/R2
X
IL1
X
X
C
ISO/R3
X
IL1
B
ISO/F2
X
IL, IUF
X
B1
ISO/F2X X
IL, IUF
X
A
ISO/F3
IL, IUF
X
X
= 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 mass group.
X
= No ISOFIX child restraint system approved in this weight class.
1
= Move front seat to most forward position or move forward until child restraint system does not have any interference
with front seat backrest.
Seats, restraints 49
ISOFIX size class and seat device
A – ISO/F3
B – ISO/F2
B1 – ISO/F2X
C – ISO/R3
D – ISO/R2
E – ISO/R1
=
=
=
=
=
=
Forward-facing child restraint system for children of maximum size in the weight class 9 to 18 kg.
Forward-facing child restraint system for smaller children in the weight class 9 to 18 kg.
Forward-facing child restraint system for smaller children in the weight class 9 to 18 kg.
Rear-facing child restraint system for children of maximum size in the weight class up to 13 kg.
Rear-facing child restraint system for smaller children in the weight class up to 13 kg.
Rear-facing child restraint system for young children in the weight class up to 13 kg.
50 Seats, restraints
ISOFIX CHILD RESTRAINT
SYSTEMS*
TOP-TETHER CHILD
RESTRAINT SYSTEMS*
Top-tether fastening eyes are marked
with the symbol on the load compartment cover.
AIRBAG
Warning
Fasten vehicle-approved ISOFIX child
restraint systems to the mounting brackets.
ISOFIX child restraint systems can
only be mounted in the rear seat row on
the outer places.
When using ISOFIX mounting brackets
for seat mounting, universally approved child restraint systems for ISOFIX
may be used.
ISOFIX mounting brackets are indicated by a label on the backrest.
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.
Open the flap of the required fastening
eye, marked by the child seat symbol.
In addition to the ISOFIX mounting
fasten the Top-tether strap to the Toptether fastening eyes. The strap must
run between the two guide rods of the
head restraint.
ISOFIX child restraint systems of universal category positions are marked in
the table by IUF.
Storage 51
STORAGE
STORAGE COMPARTMENTS
INSTRUMENT PANEL STORAGE
Storage compartments .................... 51
Load compartment ......................... 53
Loading information ...................... 54
Storage on top of the instrument
panel
Storage below the light switch
Pull the grip to fold up the cover.
Pull the grip to open the box.
Warning
Do not store heavy or sharp objects in
the storage compartments. Otherwise, the storage compartment lid
could open and vehicle occupants
could be injured by objects being
thrown around in the event of sharp
braking, a sudden change in direction
or an accident.
52 Storage
GLOVEBOX
CUPHOLDERS
Warning
To open pull the grip.
Do not place uncovered cups of hot
liquid in the cup holder while the
vehicle is in motion. If the hot liquid
spills, you burn yourself. Such a burn
to the driver could lead to loss of
control of the vehicle.
To reduce the risk of personal injury in
the event of sudden stop or collision,
do not place uncovered or unsecured
bottles, glasses, cans, etc., in the cup
holder while the vehicle is in motion.
Cupholders are located in the centre
console.
Warning
To reduce the risk of injury in an
accident or a sudden stop, always
keep the glovebox door closed while
driving.
Additional cupholders are located in the
rear armrest, when it is folded down.
Storage 53
LOAD COMPARTMENT
SUNGLASS STORAGE*
ARMREST STORAGE
REAR SEAT – FIXED TYPE
Storage in the front armrest
The rear seat is of a single type and
fixed.
Fold down to open.
Do not use for storing heavy objects.
Push lever to slide and fold up the armrest.
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LOADING INFORMATION
BAG HANGER
n
n
n
On the left side in the load
compartment is a retainer for hanging
carrier bags on.
Caution
Do not hang anything heavy onto the
bag hanger. It could be damaged.
Heavy objects in the load compartment should be placed against the
seat backrest. Ensure the backrest are
securely engaged. If objects can be
stacked, the heavier objects should be
placed at the bottom.
n Secure objects in load compartment
to prevent sliding.
n Do not allow the load to protrude
above the upper edge of the backrest.
n Do not place any objects on the load
compartment cover or the instrument
n
n
panel, do not cover the sensor on top
of the instrument panel.
The load must not obstruct the
operation of the pedals, parking
brake and gear selector, or hinder
the freedom of movement of the
driver. Do not place any unsecured
objects in the interior.
Do not drive with an open load
compartment.
The payload is the difference
between the permitted gross vehicle
weight (see Identification plate 3
169) and the kerb weight.
The kerb weight includes weights
for the driver (68 kg), luggage (7
kg) and all fluids (tank 90 % full).
Optional equipment and accessories
increase the kerb weight.
Driving with a roof load increases
the sensitivity of the vehicle to
cross-winds and has a detrimental
effect on vehicle handling due to the
vehicle’s higher centre of gravity.
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Distribute the load evenly and
secure it properly with retaining
straps. Adjust the tyre pressure and
vehicle speed according to the load
conditions. Check and retighten the
straps frequently.
Do not drive faster than 120 km/h.
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NOTE
Instruments and controls 57
INSTRUMENTS
AND CONTROLS
Controls .......................................... 57
Windscreen wiper/washer .............. 58
Outside temperature ....................... 60
Clock .............................................. 61
Power outlets .................................. 61
Cigarette lighter ............................. 61
Ashtray ........................................... 62
Warning lights, gauges and
indicators......................................... 63
Information displays ...................... 72
Vehicle messages ........................... 73
Trip computer ................................. 75
Vehicle personalisation .................. 76
CONTROLS
STEERING WHEEL
ADJUSTMENT*
STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS*
Unlock lever, adjust steering wheel,
then engage lever and ensure it is fully
locked.
Do not adjust steering wheel unless
vehicle is stationary.
The Infotainment system can be operated by the controls on the steering
wheel.
See Infotainment system section for
further information.
Caution
If strong impact delivers to steering
column axle direction when the steering wheel is adjusted or the lever is
locked, it may cause damage to the
parts related to steering wheel.
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WINDSCREEN WIPER /
WASHER
HORN
Press
WINDSCREEN WIPERS
.
=
=
Off
Timed interval wiping or
automatic wiping with rain
sensor*
= Slow
= Fast
For a single wipe when the windscreen
wipers are off, press the lever up.
Do not use if the windscreen is frozen.
Switch off in car washes.
Adjustable wiper interval
Wiper lever in position .
Turn the adjuster wheel to adjust the
desired wipe interval :
Short
= Turn adjuster wheel
interval
downwards
Long
= Turn adjuster wheel
interval
upwards
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Automatic wiping with rain sensor*
=
Automatic wiping with rain
sensor
The rain sensor detects the amount of
water on the windscreen and automatically regulates the frequency of the
windscreen wiper.
Adjustable sensitivity of the rain
sensor*
Turn the adjuster wheel to adjust the
sensitivity:
Low
= Turn adjuster wheel
sensitivity
upwards
High
= Turn adjuster wheel
sensitivity
downwards
Caution
Switch off the windscreen wiper and
automatic operation with rain sensor
in car washes.
Keep the sensor free from dust, dirt and
ice.
If you move the wiper to rain sensor
mode or turn the adjuster wheel from
low sensitivity to high sensitivity when
the ignition is switched on, the windscreen wipers operate once to check the
system.
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OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE
WINDSCREEN WASHER
SYSTEM
Caution
Pull lever. Washer fluid is sprayed onto
the windscreen and the wiper wipes for
a few strokes.
Less than clear vision for the driver
can lead to an accident resulting in
personal injury and damage to your
vehicle or other property.
Do not operate the windscreen wipers
when the windscreen is dry or
obstructed, as with snow or ice. Using
the wipers on an obstructed windscreen can damage the wiper blades,
wiper motor, and glass.
Check blades are not frozen to windscreen before operating in cold
weather. Wiper operation while blade
is frozen can damage wiper motor.
Do not operate the windscreen
washer continuously for more than
some seconds, or when the washer
fluid tank is empty. This can cause the
washer motor to overheat resulting in
costly repairs.
A drop in temperature is indicated immediately and a rise in temperature after a
time delay.
Warning
The road surface may already be icy
even though the display indicates a
few degrees above 0 °C.
Instruments and controls 61
CLOCK
POWER OUTLETS*
CIGARETTE LIGHTER
12V power outlets are located in the
front and rear floor console.
Do not exceed the maximum power
consumption of 120 watts.
With ignition off the power outlets are
deactivated. Additionally the power
outlets are deactivated in case of low
battery voltage.
The cigarette lighter is located in the
front floor console.
Press in cigarette lighter. Switches off
automatically once the element is glowing. Pull out lighter.
Date and time are shown in the InfoDisplay.
Set date and time
Switch on the Infotainment system.
Press the Clock button.
Time and Date Settings
Set date:
18/04/2008
Set time 12/24 HR format:
Set month & day format:
DD/MM/YYYY
Settings for time and date can be
adjusted.
Press the CONFIG button. The menu
Settings is displayed.
Select Time and Date Settings.
Vehicle personalisation 76.
Do not connect any current-delivering
accessories, e.g. electrical charging
devices or batteries.
Do not damage the sockets by using
unsuitable plugs.
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ASHTRAY
Warning
Caution
If you leave the vehicle with an
inflammable explosive substance,
such as a disposable lighter, inside
the car in summer, it can explode and
cause fire due to an increase of temperature in the passenger compartment and the boot. Please ensure
that no inflammable explosive substances are left or kept inside the car.
The barrel of an operating cigarette
lighter can become very hot.
Do not touch the barrel of the cigarette
lighter and do not allow children to
operate or play with the cigarette
lighter.
This hot metal can cause personal
injuries and damage to your vehicle
or other property.
Caution
Caution
Caution
Overheating the cigarette lighter can
damage the heating element and the
lighter itself.
Do not hold the lighter in while it is
heating. This can cause the lighter to
overheat.
The cigarette socket should only be
used with the cigarette lighter.
To be used only for ash and not for
combustible rubbish.
If other 12V power adapters are
installed into the cigarette socket,
fuse failure or a potential thermal
incident may occur. The 12V power
outlet located at the rear of the console should be used when powering
aftermarket devices such as navigation systems or phone chargers.
Ashtray in the front console under the
heating and ventilation controls or as
container for mobile use in the car.
Open cover to use.
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TACHOMETER
FUEL GAUGE
Note
Before refuelling, make sure that
the ignition is switched off.
If you operate the ignition switch
whilst refuelling, the needle of the
fuel gauge may not indicate the
proper fuel level.
On inclines the needle on the fuel
gauge may not indicate the proper
fuel level due to movements of the
fuel in the fuel tank.
Displays the engine revolutions per
minute.
Drive in a low engine speed range for
each gear as much as possible.
Caution
If the needle is in the warning zone,
the maximum permitted engine
speed is exceeded. Engine at risk.
Displays the fuel level in the tank.
Control indicator
illuminates or
flashes if the level in the tank is low.
Refuel immediately.
Never run the tank dry.
Because of the fuel remaining in the
tank, the top-up quantity may be less
than the specified tank capacity.
Instruments and controls 65
ENGINE COOLANT
TEMPERATURE GAUGE
Displays the coolant temperature.
Left area (C) = Engine operating
temperature not yet
reached
Central
= Normal operating
area
temperature
Right area (H) = Temperature too high
Caution
If engine coolant temperature is too
high, stop vehicle, switch off engine.
Danger to engine. Check coolant
level.
SERVICE DISPLAY
Engine oil life system for diesel
engines
(not available on all versions or
engines)
When to change engine oil
This vehicle may have a computer system
that indicates when to change the engine
oil and filter. This is based on engine
revolutions and engine temperature, and
not on mileage.
Based on driving conditions, the mileage at which an oil change is indicated
can vary considerably.
For the oil life system to work properly,
the system must be reset every time the
oil is changed. When the system has
calculated that oil life has been diminished, it indicates that an oil change is
necessary. Code 82 appears in the
Driver Information Center. Change the
oil as soon as possible within the next
1000 kms.
It is possible that, if driving under the
best conditions, the oil life system
might indicate that an oil change is not
necessary for up to a year. The engine
oil and filter must be changed at least
once a year and, at this time, the system
must be reset. Your CHEVROLET
retailer has trained service people who
can perform this work and reset the
system.
It is also important to check the oil regularly over the course of an oil drain
interval and keep it at the proper level.
If the system is ever reset accidentally,
the oil must be changed at every
15000kms / 1year since the last oil
change. Remember to reset the oil life
system whenever the oil is changed.
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Display of remaining engine oil life
%
The remaining engine oil life duration
is displayed in the Driver Information
Center by the control indicator , followed by a percent value which shows
the remaining engine oil life. For this
purpose the ignition has to be switched
on without engine running.
Driver information Center 72.
Service information 163.
How to reset the engine oil life
system
Reset the system whenever the engine
oil is changed so that the system can
calculate the next engine oil change. To
reset the engine oil life system, depending on model and country variant, do
one of the following:
n Using a scan tool:
Your CHEVROLET retailer will
reset the system using this tool after
changing the engine oil.
n Using accelerator pedal:
◆ Remove key from ignition switch
or with Start/Stop system switch
off ignition for more than one
minute.
◆ Insert key in ignition switch and
turn key to position 2 or with
Start/Stop system switch on ignition (ignition on but with engine
off).
◆ Fully press the accelerator pedal
and hold for two seconds.
◆ Release the accelerator pedal for
two seconds.
◆ Repeat pressing and releasing of
the accelerator pedal as described
above two times within one minute.
n Using the SET/CLR button on vehicles with Midlevel-Display:
Press the MENU button on the turn
signal lever to select the Vehicle
Information Menu. Turn the
adjuster wheel until the menu with
the remaining engine oil life duration is displayed. Press SET/ CLR
button for a few seconds with ignition on. If Code 82 still appears in
the Driver Information Center after
the vehicle has been started, the
engine oil life system has not been
reset. Repeat the procedure.
n Using the reset knob on vehicles
with Baselevel-Display*:
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CONTROL INDICATORS
The control indicators described are not
present in all vehicles. The description
applies to all instrument versions. When
the ignition is switched on, most control
indicators will illuminate briefly as a
functionality test.
The control indicator colours mean:
Red
Press reset knob for about 5 seconds
until the remaining engine oil life is
displayed. Release the reset knob and
press again for a few seconds to reset
the engine oil life system.
Yellow
Green
Blue
White
= Danger, important
=
=
=
=
reminder
Warning, information, fault
Confirmation of activation
Confirmation of activation
Confirmation of activation
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CONTROL INDICATORS IN THE INSTRUMENT
Instruments and controls 69
TURN SIGNAL
illuminates or flashes green.
Flashes
The control indicator flashes if a turn
signal or the hazard warning flashers
are activated.
Fast flashing: Failure of a turn signal
light or associated fuse.
Bulb replacement 118. Fuses 124.
Turn signals 80.
SEAT BELT REMINDER
for driver's seat illuminates or flashes
red.
Illuminates
4 seconds after ignition is switched on,
100 seconds after starting the engine or
after reaching a specific distance
respectively speed until the seat belt is
fastened.
Flashes
For 100 seconds after starting the
engine or reaching a specific distance
respectively speed until the seat belt is
fastened.
Fastening the seat belt 40.
AIRBAG AND BELT
TENSIONERS
illuminates red.
When the ignition is switched on, the
control indicator illuminates for about 4
seconds. If it does not illuminate, does
not go out after 4 seconds or illuminates
whilst driving, there is a fault in the belt
tensioner or in the airbag system. The
systems may fail to trigger in the event
of an accident.
Deployment of the belt tensioners or
airbags is indicated by continuous
illumination of .
Warning
Have the cause of the fault eliminated
immediately by a CHEVROLET
retailer.
Airbag system, belt tensioners
40.
43, 3
CHARGING SYSTEM
illuminates or flashes red.
It illuminates when the ignition is
switched on and goes out shortly after the
engine starts.
Illuminates when the engine is
running
Stop, switch off engine. Battery is not
charging. Engine cooling may be interrupted. In diesel engines, power to the
brake servo unit may be cut. Seek the
assistance of a CHEVROLET retailer.
Flashes*
When key is held in position 3 for longer
time, the control indicator flashes and
vehicle enters battery saving mode.
MALFUNCTION INDICATOR
LIGHT
illuminates or flashes yellow.
It illuminates when the ignition is
switched on and goes out shortly after
the engine starts.
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SERVICE VEHICLE SOON
illuminates yellow when the vehicle
needs a service.
It illuminates in combination with a
warning code.
Vehicle messages 73.
BRAKE AND CLUTCH SYSTEM
Brake and clutch fluid level
illuminates red.
Illuminates when the parking brake is
released if the brake/clutch fluid level is
too low or if there is a brake system fault
3 116.
Warning
If the brake system warning lamp
illuminates, check the brake fluid level
and contact a CHEVROLET retailer
immediately.
If the brake fluid level in the reservoir is
low, do not drive the vehicle.
This may mean your brakes are not
working properly. Driving with malfunctioning brakes can cause personal
injuries and damage to your vehicle and
other property.
Illuminates after the ignition is switched
on if the manual parking brake is applied
r 103.
ANTILOCK BRAKE SYSTEM
(ABS)
illuminates yellow.
Illuminates for a few seconds after the
ignition is switched on. The system is
ready for operation when the control
indicator goes out.
If the control indicator does not go out
after a few seconds, or if it illuminates
while driving, there is a fault in the ABS.
The brake system remains operational
but without ABS regulation.
Antilock brake system 102.
ULTRASONIC PARKING ASSIST*
illuminates yellow.
Fault in system
or
Fault due to sensors that are dirty or
covered by ice or snow
or
Interference due to external sources of
ultra sound. Once the source of interference is removed, the system will operate normally.
Have the cause of the fault in the system
remedied by a CHEVROLET retailer.
Ultrasonic parking sensors 105.
PREHEATING
illuminates yellow.
Illuminates when preheating is activated.
Only activates when outside temperature
is low.
ENGINE OIL PRESSURE
illuminates red.
It illuminates when the ignition is
switched on and goes out shortly after
the engine starts.
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Illuminates when the engine is
running
Caution
Engine lubrication may be interrupted. This may result in damage to
the engine and/or locking of the drive
wheels.
1. Manual transmission: Depress
clutch. Select neutral gear.
2. Automatic transmission: Set selector lever to N.
3. Move out of the flow of traffic as
quickly as possible without impeding other vehicles.
4. Switch off ignition.
Warning
When the engine is off, considerably
more force is needed to brake and steer.
Do not remove key until vehicle has
come to a standstill, otherwise the
steering column lock could engage
unexpectedly.
Check oil level before seeking assistance of a CHEVROLET retailer
113.
LOW FUEL
illuminates or flashes yellow.
Illuminates or flashes when level in fuel
tank is too low.
Catalytic converter 98.
Bleeding the diesel fuel system 117.
IMMOBILISER
flashes yellow.
If the indicator continues illuminating
or flashing when the ignition is on,
there is a fault in the system. The engine
cannot be started.
OPERATE PEDAL
flashes yellow.
Flashes when brake or clutch pedal
needs to be depressed to start vehicles
with electronic key system 19.
DOOR OPEN
illuminates red.
It illuminates when a door or the
tailgate is open.
EXTERIOR LIGHT
illuminates green.
Illuminated when the exterior lights are
on 79.
HIGH BEAM
illuminates blue.
Illuminated when high beam is on and
during headlight flash 79,80.
FOG LIGHT
illuminates green.
Illuminated when the front fog lamps
are on 81.
RAIN SENSOR*
illuminates green.
Illuminated when automatic rain sensor
is activated 59.
CRUISE CONTROL*
illuminates white or green.
Illuminates white
The system is on.
Illuminates green
A certain speed is stored.
Cruise control 103
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INFORMATION DISPLAYS
DRIVER INFORMATION
CENTER
Press the SET/CLR button to select a
function or to confirm a message.
Vehicle personalisation 76.
Trip computer 75.
GRAPHIC-INFO-DISPLAY
Depending on the Infotainment system,
the Graphic-Info-Display is available
in two versions.
The Driver Information Center (DIC) is
located in the instrument cluster and
available as Baselevel - Display or
Midlevel - Display.
Selecting menus and functions
The menus and functions can be selected
by the buttons on the turn signal lever.
Press the MENU button to switch
between the menus or to return from a
submenu to the next higher menu level.
The MENU button will be locked when
vehicle speed is above 0 km/h or the
shift lever is NOT in position P.
The following menus can be selected:
n Vehicle Information Menu
n Trip/Fuel Information Menu
Turn the adjuster wheel to mark a menu
option or to set a numeric value.
Instruments and controls 73
VEHICLE MESSAGES
The Graphic-Info-Display indicates:
Time 61
n Outside temperature 60
n Date 61
n Electronic climate control settings
85
n Infotainment system, see description in the Infotainment system section 141
n Settings for vehicle personalisation
76
Selecting functions
Functions and settings are accessed via
the display.
Selections are made via:
n Menus
n Function buttons and multifunction
knob of the infotainment system
n
Selecting with the Infotainment
system
Push button CONFIG: Menu page
Settings is displayed.
Turn knob MENU to select a setting or
value.
Push knob MENU to confirm a setting
or value.
Push button BACK to exit a menu.
Messages are given via the Driver
Information Center (DIC), the InfoDisplay or as warning and signal buzzers. Confirm warning messages with
the multifunction knob.
The vehicle or engine may be seriously
damaged if you keep driving while a
vehicle message in the DIC is coming
on. Contact a CHEVROLET retailer
immediately.
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WARNING CHIMES
The vehicle messages are displayed as
code numbers.
No. Vehicle message
2
5
7
9
25
26
27
28
35
54
65
67
75
79
No radio remote control detected,
depress clutch pedal for a restart
Steering column is locked
Turn steering wheel, switch ignition
off and then on
Turn steering wheel, start engine
again
Left front turn indicator failure
Left rear turn indicator failure
Right front turn indicator failure
Right rear turn indicator failure
Replace battery in radio remote
control
Water in diesel fuel filter
Theft attempt
Service steering column lock
Service air conditioner
Top up engine oil 113
No. Vehicle message
81
82
84
91
92
94
95
134
136
Service transmission
Change engine oil soon
Engine power is reduced
No remote detected, change location
of the electronic key or use the
socket located in the centre console
No remote detected, press brake to
restart
Shift to park
Service airbag
Park assist fault, clean bumper
Service parking assist
When starting the engine or whilst
driving
n If seat belt is not fastened.
n If a certain speed is exceeded with
parking brake applied.
n If a warning code appears in the
Driver Information Center.
n If the parking assist detects an object.
When the vehicle is parked and/or a
door is opened
n Until the engine starts with the key
in the ignition switch.
n With exterior lights on.
Instruments and controls 75
TRIP COMPUTER*
The menus and functions can be
selected by the buttons on the turn signal lever.
Press the MENU button to select the
Trip/Fuel Information Menu.
Turn the adjuster wheel to select one of
the submenus:
n Trip odometer
n Average consumption
n Range
n Average speed
n Instantaneous consumption
Trip odometer
Trip odometer displays the recorded
distance since a certain reset.
To reset, press the reset knob or press
the SET/CLR button for a few seconds.
Average consumption
Display of average consumption. The
measurement can be reset at any time.
To reset, press the SET/CLR button for
a few seconds.
Range
Range is calculated from current fuel
tank content and current consumption.
The display shows average values.
After refuelling, the range is updated
automatically after a brief delay.
When the fuel level in the tank is low, a
message appears in the Driver Information Center.
Additionally the control indicator in
the fuel gauge illuminates or flashes.
Average speed
Display of average speed. The measurement can be reset at any time.
To reset, press the SET/CLR button for
a few seconds.
Instantaneous consumption
Display of the instantaneous consumption. At low speeds, consumption per
hour is displayed.
Caution
The instantaneous and average consumption can vary according to the
driving conditions, driving pattern or
vehicle speed.
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VEHICLE PERSONALISATION*
The vehicle's parameters can be personalised by changing the settings in
the Driver Information Center and in
the Info-Display.
Press the MENU button to select the
Vehicle Information Menu.
Settings in the Info-Display
The Unit settings menu is displayed.
Displayed units can be changed.
When audio is switched on, press the
CONFIG button. The menu Settings is
displayed.
Depending on vehicle equipment some
of the functions described below might
not be available.
Settings in the Driver Information
Center
The Unit settings can be selected by the
buttons on the turn signal lever.
Press the SET/CLR button and turn the
adjuster wheel to select one of the units.
n Unit1: Great Britain
n Unit2: United States
n Unit3: Europe
Press the SET/CLR button to confirm.
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System Configuration
Languages
Time and Date Settings
Radio Settings
Vehicle Settings
The following settings can be selected
by the MENU button:
n Languages
n Time and Date Settings
n Radio Settings
n Vehicle Settings
In the corresponding submenus the
following settings can be changed:
Languages
Selection of the desired language.
Time and Date Settings
See Clock 61 and Infotainment system section for further information.
Radio Settings
See Infotainment system section for
further information.
Vehicle Settings
Vehicle Settings
Climate and Air Quality
Comfort and Convenience
Collision/Detection Systems
Climate and Air Quality
Auto fan speed: Modifies the fan
speed high / medium / low.
Auto rear defog: On/Off (activate
or deactivate auto rear defog).
n Comfort and Convenience
Chime volume: Change the volume of warning chimes.
n Collision/Detection Systems*
Park assist: Activate or deactivate
the ultrasonic sensors.
n
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Lighting
Exit lighting :
Activate or deactivate and change
the duration of exit lighting.
n Power Door Locks
Unlocked door anti lock out :
On/Off (activate or deactivate the
door knob to unlock automatically
even when pressed manually with
door open.)
Auto door lock: Activate or deactivate the automatic door locking
function.
Auto door unlock: Change the
configuration to unlock only the
driver's door or all doors whilst
unlocking.
n Remote Lock, Unlock, Start
Remote unlock light feedback :
On/Off (activate or deactivate the
hazard warning light feedback
whilst unlocking with remote key.)
Remote lock feedback: Activate
or deactivate the hazard warning
n
light or horn or both feedback
whilst locking.
Remote door unlock : Change the
configuration to unlock only the
driver's door or all the doors whilst
unlocking.
Passive entry unlock*: Change the
configuration to unlock only the
driver’s door or all the doors while
pressing the switch on the outer
door handle.
Remote left in vehicle reminder* :
On/Off (activate or deactivate the
reminder system (horn beep's)
when the remote key is left in the
vehicle.)
n Return to Factory Settings: Yes/No
(reset all the settings to factory
default settings.)
Lighting 79
LIGHTING
EXTERIOR LIGHTING
LIGHT SWITCH
HIGH BEAM
To turn the head, tail and parking lamps
on or off, rotate the knob clockwise and
counter clockwise.
The knob has three positions which
activate various lamp functions as
follows :
Turn light switch :
= Lights off.
= Position lights.
= Headlights
To switch from low to high beam, push
lever.
Exterior lighting ............................. 79
Interior lighting .............................. 82
Lighting features ............................ 83
Control Indicator 71.
To switch to low beam, push lever again
or pull.
Warning
Always switch the high beam headlamps to low beam when you approach oncoming vehicles or when other
vehicles ahead. High beam headlamps
can temporarily blind other drivers,
which could result in a collision.
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HEADLIGHT FLASH
To activate the headlight flash, pull
lever.
HEADLIGHTS WHEN DRIVING
ABROAD
The asymmetrical headlight beam
extends visibility at the edge of the road
at the passenger side.
However, when driving in countries
where traffic drives on the opposite side
of the road, adjust the headlights to
prevent dazzling of oncoming traffic.
Have the headlights adjusted by a
CHEVROLET retailer.
HAZARD WARNING FLASHERS
TURN AND LANE-CHANGE
SIGNALS
Operated with the button.
When the hazard warning flashers
activate, the red surface on the button
also flashes.
The hazard warning flashers activate
automatically if the airbags deploy.
Lever up
= Left indicator
Lever down = Right indicator
If the lever is moved past the resistance
point, the indicator is switched on
constantly. When the steering wheel
moves back, the indicator is automatically deactivated.
For three flashes, e.g. when changing
lanes, press the lever until resistance is
felt and then release.
Move the lever to the resistance point
and hold for longer indication.
Switch the indicator off manually by
moving the lever in its original position.
Lighting 81
FRONT FOG LAMP
HEADLAMP RANGE
ADJUSTMENT
3 = Driver, plus an evenly distributed
load in the boot, in order to obtain
the permissible load on the corresponding axle.
REVERSING LIGHTS
The reversing lights come on when the
ignition is on and reverse gear is
selected.
MISTED LIGHT COVERS
Operated with the
button.
Adjust the headlight beam level with the
following switch positions according to
the number of passengers and load conditions:
0 = One person in the driver’s seat
0 = The driver, plus one passenger in
the front seat farthest from the
driver
1 = All the seats occupied
2 = All the seats occupied, plus an
evenly distributed load in the
luggage boot, in order to obtain the
permissible load.
The inside of the light housing may
mist up briefly in poor, wet and cold
weather conditions, in heavy rain or
after washing. The mist disappears
quickly by itself; to help switch on the
headlights.
82 Lighting
INTERIOR LIGHTING
INSTRUMENT PANEL
ILLUMINATION CONTROL
INTERIOR LIGHTS
Courtesy light
READING LIGHTS
Brightness of the following lights can
be adjusted when the exterior lights are
on:
n Instrument panel illumination
n Steering wheel controls
n Info-Display
n Climate control operation elements
n Illuminated switches
Turn knob and hold until the desired
brightness is obtained.
During entry and exit of the vehicle, the
courtesy lights automatically switch on
and then off after a delay. It switches on
for a short time even if the key is
withdrawn from the ignition lock.
Operate rocker switch:
= Automatic switching
on and off
Press
= Always on
Press
= Always off
Operated with
and
buttons.
Warning
Avoid using the interior lights while
driving in the dark. A lit passenger
compartment reduces visibility in the
dark, and could cause a collision.
SUNVISOR LIGHTS
Illuminates when the cover is opened.
Lighting 83
LIGHTING FEATURES
ENTRY LIGHTING
EXIT LIGHTING
Welcome lighting*
Sidelights and interior lights are
switched on by unlocking the vehicle
with the remote control for a short time.
This function facilitates retrieving the
vehicle when it is dark.
The lighting switches off immediately
when the ignition is turned to the
accessory position.
Activation or deactivation of this
function can be changed in the menu
Settings in the Info-Display. Vehicle
personalisation 76.
The settings can be stored by the key
being used 19.
Entrance lighting
The following lights will additionally
switch on when driver's door is opened:
n Some switch lights
n Some interior lights
Headlights and tail lights illuminate the
way for an adjustable time after leaving
the vehicle.
Switching on
The following process is only applied
to vehicles that do not have an automatic light function. The light switch
has to be in position OFF. If the driver's
door is closed, the lights will be
switched off automatically after the set
time.
1. Switch off ignition.
2. Remove ignition key.
3. Open driver's door.
4. Pull turn signal lever.
5. Close driver's door.
If the driver's door is not closed the
lights switch off after two minutes.
The lighting is switched off immediately if the turn signal lever is pulled
while the driver's door is open.
Activation, deactivation and duration
of lighting of this function can be
changed in the menu Settings in the
Info-Display. Vehicle personalisation
3 76.
The settings can be stored by the key
being used 19.
84 Lighting
BATTERY DISCHARGE
PROTECTION
To prevent discharge of the battery
when the ignition is switched off, some
interior lights are switched off
automatically after some time.
If you turn off the ignition with the
exterior lights on, they will automatically turn off after 10 minutes.
Depending on the model and country
variant, the exterior lights will turn off
after 10 minutes or remain on continuously if you turn them on manually
when the ignition is off.
Climate control 85
CLIMATE
CONTROL
Climate control systems.................. 85
Air vents ......................................... 88
Maintenance ................................... 89
CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEMS
ELECTRONIC CLIMATE
CONTROL SYSTEM
Danger
Do not sleep in a vehicle with the air
conditioning or heating system on. It
may cause serious harm or death due to
a drop in the oxygen level and/or body
temperature.
Controls for automatic mode:
AUTO
= Automatic mode, all settings except temperature
are choosen automatically by the system
Temperature = Preselection of the
desired temperature
The following functions can be adapted
manually, disabling automatic mode:
Fan speed = Selectable air flow
MODE
= Selectable air
distribution
= Demisting and
defrosting
= Switching system on
or off
= Switching cooling on
or off
= Air recirculation
Heated rear window
32.
The preselected temperature is automatically regulated. In the automatic mode
the fan speed and air distribution automatically regulate the air flow.
The system can be manually adapted by
use of air distribution and fan speed
controls.
86 Climate control
Automatic mode AUTO
All air vents are actuated automatically
in automatic mode. The air vents should
therefore always be open.
Temperature preselection
Each change of settings is indicated in
the Info-Display for a few seconds.
Activated functions are indicated by
the LED in the button.
The electronic climate control system is
only fully operational when the engine
is running.
Do not cover the sensor on the instrument panel for correct operation.
Basic setting for maximum comfort:
n Press AUTO button, the air condit-
ioning is activated automatically.
n Open all air vents.
n Set pre-selected temperature using
left rotary knob.
The fan speed regulation in automatic
mode can be changed in the menu
Settings.
Vehicle personalisation 76.
Set temperature to the desired value by
turning the knob.
Red
=
Warm
Blue
=
Cold
If the minimum temperature is set, the
climate control system runs at maximum
cooling.
Climate control 87
Fan speed
If the maximum temperature is set, the
climate control system runs at maximum
heating.
Demisting and defrosting the
windows
n Press button
.
n Temperature and air distribution are
set automatically and the fan runs to
higher speed.
n To return to automatic mode: Press
button
or AUTO.
Switch on heated rear window .
Heated rear window
32.
Manual settings
Climate control system settings can be
changed by activating the buttons and
rotary knobs as follows.
Changing a setting will deactivate the
automatic mode.
Air distribution MODE
MODE
Turn right rotary knob. The selected fan
speed is indicated by the number in the
display.
To return to automatic mode: Press
AUTO button.
Press MODE button once or more for
desired adjustment, the setting of air
distribution is indicated on the InfoDisplay.
= To windscreen, head area
and foot well
= To windscreen and foot well
= To foot well
= To head area via adjustable
air vents
= To head area via adjustable
air vents and foot well
To return to automatic air distribution :
Press AUTO button.
88 Climate control
AIR VENTS
ADJUSTABLE AIR VENTS
Cooling
Activate or deactivate with the
button.
Warning
n
The air condition system cools and
dehumidifies (dries) when outside
temperature is above a specific level.
Therefore condensation may form and
drip from under the vehicle.
If no cooling or drying is required,
switch the cooling system off to save
fuel.
Manual air recirculation mode
The manual air recirculation mode is
operated with the
button. When
activated, external air inlet is blocked
and internal air is in recirculation mode.
The exchange of fresh air is reduced in
air recirculation mode. In operation
without cooling the air humidity increases, so the windows may mist up.
The quality of the passenger compartment air deteriorates, which may cause
the vehicle occupants to feel drowsy.
At least one air vent must be open while
cooling is on in order to prevent the
evaporator from icing up due to lack of
air movement.
System switching on or off
Pushing button switches all functions
of heating, ventilation and cooling
system on or off.
Basic settings
Some settings can be changed in the
menu Settings in the Info-Display.
Vehicle personalisation
76.
To open vent, turn the adjuster wheel to
right side.
Climate control 89
MAINTENANCE
AIR INTAKE
Direct the flow of air by tilting and swiveling the slats.
To close the vent, turn the adjuster
wheel to left side .
FIXED AIR VENTS
Additional air vents are located beneath
the windscreen and door windows and
in the foot wells.
The air intake in front of the windscreen
in the engine compartment must be kept
clear to allow air intake. Remove any
leaves, dirt or snow.
A/C MESH FILTER
The filter prevents foreign materials
from the air entering the vehicle
through the air intake.
90 Climate control
AIR CONDITIONING REGULAR
OPERATION
In order to ensure continuously efficient
performance, cooling must be operated
for a few minutes once a month, irrespective of the weather and time of year.
Operation with cooling is not possible
when outside temperature is low.
SERVICE
For optimal cooling performance, it is
recommended to annually check the
climate control system, starting three
years after initial vehicle registration.
n Functionality and pressure test
n Heating functionality
n Leakage check
n Check of drive belts
n Cleaning of condenser and
evaporator drainage
n Performance check
Note
Use only approved refrigerant.
Warning
Climate control systems have to be
serviced exclusively by qualified
personnel. Improper service methods
may cause personal injury.
Driving and operating 91
DRIVING AND
OPERATING
DRIVING HINTS
Driving hints ................................... 91
Starting and operating .................... 92
Starting the engine ......................... 93
Engine exhaust ............................... 98
Automatic transmission ................. 98
Manual transmission .................... 101
Brakes .......................................... 102
Cruise control ............................... 103
Object detection systems .............. 105
Fuel .............................................. 106
Never coast with engine not running
Many systems will not function in this
situation (e.g. brake servo unit, power
steering). Driving in this manner is a
danger to yourself and others.
Pedals
To ensure the pedal travel is uninhibited, there must be no mats in the area of
the pedals.
Driving with diesel - engine vehicle
The turbocharger elements rotate very
fast. If the oil supply to running parts
stops, the turbocharger system may be
seriously damaged. The owner should
be encouraged to observe the following
precautions to ensure maximum turbocharger service life.
CONTROL OF THE VEHICLE
n After starting the engine, let it run
for about 1 to 2 minutes with idle
speed (avoid acceleration or driving
off the vehicle).
n Do not stop the engine immediately
after coming back from the highload
driving (such as high speed driving
n
n
n
n
or driving down a long slope). Let
the engine run for about 1 to 2 minutes at idle speed to cool it down.
After changing the engine oil and
oil filter, start the engine and let it
run for about 1 to 2 minutes with
idle speed (avoid acceleration or
driving off the vehicle).
Operate the engine above idle only
after normal engine oil pressure has
been established. Forcing the
turbocharger to operate before the
bearings are adequately lubricated
creates unnecessary friction.
Use only the specified engine oil
and observe inspection and replacement intervals.
At low ambient temperature, or
when the vehicle has not been used
for a long period, normal engine oil
pressure and flow is affected. Under
these conditions the engine should
be started and allowed to idle for a
few minutes before operating at
higher rpm.
92 Driving and operating
STARTING AND OPERATING
DRIVING FOR BETTER
FUEL ECONOMY
NEW VEHICLE RUNNING - IN
Driving habits can affect fuel mileage.
Here are some driving tips to get the
best fuel economy possible.
n Avoid fast starts and accelerate
smoothly.
n Brake gradually and avoid abrupt
stops.
n Avoid idling the engine for long
periods of time.
n When road and weather conditions
are appropriate, use cruise control.
n Always follow posted speed limits or
drive more slowly when conditions
require.
n Keep vehicle tires properly inflated.
n Combine several trips into a single
trip.
n Replace the vehicle's tires with the
same TPC Spec number molded
into the tire's sidewall near the size.
n Follow recommended scheduled
maintenance.
Use the following precautions for the
first few hundred kilometres to improve
the performance and economy of your
vehicle and add to its long life:
IGNITION SWITCH POSITIONS
n Avoid full-throttle starts.
n Do not race the engine.
n Avoid hard stops except in emer-
gencies. This will allow your brakes
to bed in properly.
n Avoid quick starts, sudden accelerations, and prolonged highspeed driving in order to avoid damage to the
engine and to conserve fuel.
n Avoid full-throttle acceleration in
low gear.
n Do not tow any other vehicle.
0 = Ignition off
1 = Ignition off, steering wheel
lock released
2 = Ignition on, for diesel engine:
preheating
3 = Starting
Driving and operating 93
STARTING THE ENGINE
Starting engine with the ignition
switch
n Turn key to position 3 and release
Caution
when engine is running
Before restarting or to switch off the
engine, turn key back to 0.
Do not leave the key in the 1 or 2
position for extended periods while
the engine is not running. This will
discharge the battery.
Do not turn the key to 0 position
while driving. Driver could lose control of vehicle and brake power assistance would be cancelled, causing
vehicle damage, personal injury or
possibly death.
n Turn key to position 1. Move the
n
n
n
n
steering wheel slightly to release
the steering wheel lock
Manual transmission: Press and
hold clutch pedal
Automatic transmission: Press and
hold brake pedal and move selector
lever to P or N
Do not accelerate
Diesel engine: Turn the key to
position 2 for preheating until
control indicator goes out
94 Driving and operating
Starting engine with the Start/Stop
button*
Warning
Do not press the Start/Stop button
while driving. A driver could lose
control of vehicle and brake power
assistance would be cancelled, causing
an accident. Also never leave infants,
children and juveniles unattended in the
vehicle. It may cause an unexpected
accident.
n The electronic key must be inside
Caution
Pressing the Start/Stop button can
start the engine when the electronic
key is in the vehicle. Never leave
children or any person who is unfamiliar with the vehicle alone. They
could become involved in unexpected accidents. Switch the ignition
off when you leave the vehicle and
always carry the electronic key.
the vehicle.
n Manual transmission: Press and
hold clutch pedal.
n Automatic transmission: Press and
hold brake pedal and move selector
lever to P or N (for safety, start
engine in P).
n Do not accelerate while starting.
n Press the Start/Stop button and
release when the engine is running.
The green LED will illuminate as
soon as the engine is running.
To switch off the engine, press the button again.
Switching off the engine
n Press Start/Stop button while
engine is running and vehicle stationary to switch off the engine.
n In case of emergency the engine can
be switched off while the vehicle is
running: press Start/Stop button
twice. When the engine is not running, considerably more force is
needed to brake and steer.
Accessory power mode
Press Start/Stop button once without
pressing clutch or brake pedal:
Accessory power mode is active, the
yellow LED in the button illuminates.
In this mode steering wheel lock is
released and some electrical functions
are operable.
To start the engine from Accessory
power mode, press clutch pedal (manual transmission) or brake pedal (auto-
Driving and operating 95
matic transmission) and press Start/
Stop button once more.
Ignition on power mode
Press and hold Start/Stop button for 5
seconds without pressing clutch or
brake pedal: Ignition on power mode
is active, the green LED in the button
illuminates. In this mode all electrical
functions are operable and diesel
engine is preheating.
To start the engine from Ignition on
power mode, press clutch pedal (manual transmission) or brake pedal (automatic transmission) and press Start/
Stop button once more.
Do not leave accessory or ignition on
mode for extended periods without
engine starting. This will discharge the
battery.
Note
Do not put the remote control in the
luggage compartment or very close
to the Info-Display.
Starting the diesel engine in cold
weather
To start the diesel engine when the
engine is cold, it has to be pre-heated
before starting the engine and then has
to be warmed up before starting to
drive. Restarting in a short period of
time or in warm weather, it is not
needed to be preheated.
1. Press the Start/Stop button with
applying brake or clutch pedal.
2. Keep applying brake or clutch pedal
until the preheating indicator light
turns off.
3. The engine will start automatically
after turning off the preheating indicator light without pressing the button.
Also the engine can start with pressing
the Start/Stop button again when the
preheating is being continued. But the
engine may not start because the preheating is not completed.
Let the engine warm up without applying the accelerator in extremely cold
weather or after the vehicle has not been
operated for several days.
Whether the engine is cold or warm, it
should be started without applying the
accelerator pedal.
Overrun cut-off
The fuel supply is automatically cut off
during overrun, i.e. when the vehicle is
driven with a gear engaged but accelerator is released.
Emergency operation
If either the battery of the electronic key
is weak or the radio remote control
fails, the driver's door can be locked or
unlocked with the mechanical key 17.
The mechanical key can only lock or
unlock the driver's door. Unlocking the
entire vehicle 23. On vehicles with
anti-theft alarm system, the alarm may
be triggered when the vehicle is
unlocked. Deactivate the alarm by
switching on the ignition.
96 Driving and operating
Open the cover in the bottom of the
cupholder in the centre console. Fold
out the key bit of the electronic key and
insert it into the keyway.
Press the Start/Stop button.
To switch off the engine, press the
Start/Stop button for at least 2 seconds.
Lock the driver's door with the mechanical key. Locking the entire vehicle 23.
This option is intended for emergencies only. Seek the assistance of a
CHEVROLET retailer.
The function (ignition on, lock/unlock
door) of the electronic key may not
work or the operating distance may
change because the frequency is mixed
with close others if any of following
occurs. In this case, open and close the
door using the key manually. If the electronic key does not work when it is in
the vehicle or you possess it, you can
start the engine by using emergency
operation. If the engine is not running
when you use the key manually, contact
a CHEVROLET retailer.
n When the electronic key is close to a
radio transmitter such as a radio
station, an airport, a police station, a
government office, a base, a transmitting tower, or a port.
n When you keep the electronic key
near a mobile two-way radio system
or a cellular phone.
n When another vehicle’s electronic
key is being operated close to your
vehicle.
n When the electronic key is discharged.
The interior mobile two-way radio system can disturb the electrical system of
the vehicle. Use the exterior mobile
two-way radio system. You must
always comply with the specific laws
and regulations of the country that you
are in.
Disabled electronic key
If you lock the door using a electronic
key outside the vehicle when another
electronic key is inside the vehicle, the
inside key will be disabled. It can not
make the engine to start. The disabled
electronic key can be reactivated when
you press the button of the disabled key.
Caution
If the electronic key is very close to
vehicle body like doors, windscreen,
rear window, anyone inside the vehicle may start the engine by pressing
Stop/Start button. Be careful not to
do this.
Driving and operating 97
Electronic key reminder chime
The horn will sound three times continuously to indicate that the electronic
key is inside the vehicle when you leave
the vehicle and close the door. The setting of this function can be changed in
the Info-Display. When the electronic
key is very close to doors or window,
the vehicle might recognize that the
electronic key is inside the vehicle and
the horn might sound.
Restart without electronic key
When the electronic key is not inside the
vehicle while the engine is running, the
ignition mode will change to ACC (LED:
yellow) if you press the Start/Stop
button to stop the engine. (After 5 minutes without any input, the ignition will
be switched off automatically.) You can
restart the engine applying brake pedal
(automatic transmission) or clutch pedal
(manual transmission) and pressing the
Start/Stop button. This process can be
repeated continuously. If you press the
Start/Stop button without applying
brake or clutch pedal or it passes several
seconds in ACC mode, the engine will be
OFF (LED: off). And restarting is not
possible.
The electronic key will not work if
any of following occurs
n When the vehicle is in the electromagnetic field of high frequency.
n When an electric equipment using
same frequency with the electronic
key is being worked.
n When the battery of the electronic
key is discharged or has a problem.
Parking
n Do not park the vehicle on an easily
ignitable surface. The high temperature of the exhaust system could
ignite the surface.
n Always apply parking brake without pressing release button. Apply
as firmly as possible on downhill or
uphill slopes. Depress the footbrake
at the same time to reduce operating
force.
n Switch off the engine and ignition.
Turn the steering wheel until the
steering wheel lock engages.
n If the vehicle is on a level surface or
uphill slope, engage first gear or set
the selector lever to P before switching off the ignition. On an uphill
slope, turn the front wheels away
from the kerb.
If the vehicle is on a downhill slope,
engage reverse gear or set the selector lever to P before switching off the
ignition. Turn the front wheels
towards the kerb.
n Lock the vehicle and activate the
anti-theft alarm system.
98 Driving and operating
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
ENGINE EXHAUST
CATALYTIC CONVERTER
Danger
Engine exhaust gases contain poisonous carbon monoxide, which is colourless and odourless and could be fatal if
inhaled.
If exhaust gases enter the interior of
the vehicle, open the windows. Have
the cause of the fault rectified by a
CHEVROLET retailer.
Avoid driving with an open load compartment, otherwise exhaust gases
could enter the vehicle.
The catalytic converter reduces the
amount of harmful substances in the
exhaust gas.
Caution
The automatic transmission permits
manual gear shifting (manual mode) or
automatic gear shifting (automatic
mode).
TRANSMISSION DISPLAY
Fuel grades other than those listed on
page 106 could damage the catalytic
converter or electronic components.
Unburnt fuel will overheat and damage
the catalytic converter. Therefore avoid
excessive use of the starter, running the
fuel tank dry and starting the engine by
pushing or towing.
In the event of misfiring, uneven engine
running, a reduction in engine performance or other unusual problems, have
the cause of the fault rectified by a
CHEVROLET retailer as soon as possible. In an emergency, driving can be
continued for a short period, keeping
vehicle speed and engine speed low.
The mode or selected gear is shown in
the transmission display.
Driving and operating 99
MANUAL MODE
SELECTOR LEVER
To engage P or R, push the release
button.
+
_M
R
N
D
P
To start the engine, press the brake
pedal in either P or N position.
Do not accelerate while engaging a
gear. Never depress the accelerator
pedal and brake pedal at the same time.
When a gear is engaged, the vehicle
slowly begins to creep when the brake
is released.
P = Park position, wheels are locked,
engage only when the vehicle is
stationary and the parking brake
is applied
R = Reverse gear, engage only when
vehicle is stationary
N = Neutral
D = Automatic mode with all gears
The selector lever is locked in P. To
move, switch on ignition, apply brake
pedal and push release button.
Engine braking
To utilise the engine braking effect,
select a lower gear in good time when
driving downhill.
Rocking the vehicle
Rocking the vehicle is only permissible if
the vehicle is stuck in sand, mud or snow.
Move the selector lever between D and R
in a repeat pattern. Do not race the engine
and avoid sudden acceleration.
Parking
Apply the parking brake, engage P and
remove ignition key.
Move selector lever out of position D
towards the left and then forwards or
backwards.
= Shift to a higher gear.
= Shift to a lower gear.
If a higher gear is selected when vehicle
speed is too low, or a lower gear when
vehicle speed is too high, the shift is not
executed.
If engine speed is too low, the transmission automatically shifts to a lower gear
above a specific vehicle speed.
100 Driving and operating
Kickdown
No automatic shifting to a higher gear
takes place at high engine revolutions.
When shift change in automatic transmission, it could not be smooth. But, it
is not a problem with automatic transmission. If Transmission control module (TCM) shift pattern learn is done by
shift up/down several times, it would
lead smooth shift change.
ELECTRONIC DRIVING
PROGRAMMES
n Following a cold start, the operating
temperature programme increases
engine speed to quickly bring the
catalytic converter to the required
temperature.
n The automatic neutral shift function
automatically shifts to idling when
the vehicle is stopped with a forward gear engaged.
For faster acceleration press and hold
the accelerator pedal all the way down.
The transmission then shifts to a lower
gear depending on engine speed.
FAULT
In the event of a fault, malfunction indicator light
illuminates. The transmission no longer shifts automatically
nor manually because it is locked in a
certain gear.
Have the cause of the fault remedied by
a CHEVROLET retailer.
INTERRUPTION OF POWER
SUPPLY
In the event of an interruption of power
supply, the selector lever cannot be
moved out of the P position. The
ignition key cannot be moved out of the
ignition lock.
If the battery is discharged, start the
vehicle using jump leads 134.
If the battery is not the cause of the
fault, release selector lever and remove
ignition key from ignition lock.
Release selector lever
1. Apply parking brake.
Driving and operating 101
MANUAL TRANSMISSION
2. Open cover to the right of the selector lever.
Footrest/Deadpedal
This is an additional feature for driver’s
comfort, driver can rest his left foot on the
footrest, if the clutch not in use while
driving. The footrest is ergonomically
designed to give maximum comfort to
the drivers foot.
Caution
It is inadvisable to drive with hand
resting on the selector lever.
3. Insert a screwdriver into the opening
as far as it will go and move the
selector lever out of P. If P is engaged
again, the selector lever will be
locked in position again. Have the
cause of the power supply interruption remedied by a CHEVROLET
retailer.
4. Close cover.
To engage reverse, with the vehicle
stationary pull up the ring on the selector lever and engage the gear.
If the gear does not engage, set the lever
in neutral, release the clutch pedal and
depress again; then repeat gear selection.
Do not grind the clutch unnecessarily.
When operating, depress the clutch
pedal completely. Do not use the pedal
as a foot rest.
102 Driving and operating
BRAKES
ANTILOCK BRAKE SYSTEM
Fault
The brake system comprises two independent brake circuits.
If a brake circuit fails, the vehicle can
still be braked using the other brake
circuit. However, braking effect is
achieved only when the brake pedal is
depressed firmly. Considerably more
force is needed for this. The braking
distance is extended. Seek the assistance
of a CHEVROLET retailer before continuing your journey.
When the engine is not running, the
support of the brake servo unit disappears once the brake pedal has been
depressed once or twice.
Braking effect is not reduced, but braking requires significantly greater force.
It is especially important to bear this in
mind when being towed.
Control indicator
70.
Antilock brake system (ABS) prevents
the wheels from locking. ABS starts to
regulate brake pressure as soon as a
wheel shows a tendency to lock. The
vehicle remains steerable, even during
hard braking.
ABS control is made apparent through a
pulse in the brake pedal and the noise of
the regulation process.
For optimum braking, keep the brake
pedal fully depressed throughout the
braking process, despite the fact that the
pedal is pulsating. Do not reduce the
pressure on the pedal.
Control indicator
70.
Warning
If there is a fault in the ABS, the
wheels may be liable to lock due to
braking that is heavier than normal.
The advantages of ABS are no longer
available. During hard braking, the
vehicle can no longer be steered and
may swerve.
Have the cause of the fault remedied by
a CHEVROLET retailer.
Driving and operating 103
CRUISE CONTROL*
PARKING BRAKE
Warning
If the parking brake is not set properly, the vehicle may move suddenly.
See a CHEVROLET retailer if an
adjustment is required.
The cruise control can store and maintain speeds of approx. 40 to 200 km/h.
Deviations from the stored speeds may
occur when driving uphill or downhill.
For safety reasons the cruise control
cannot be activated until the foot brake
has been operated once.
Caution
Always apply parking brake firmly
without operating the release button,
and apply as firmly as possible on a
downhill or uphill slope.
To release the parking brake, pull the
lever up slightly, press the release
button and fully lower the lever.
To reduce the operating forces of the
parking brake, depress the foot brake at
the same time.
Control indicator
70.
Do not drive with the parking brake
on.
This can cause your rear parking
brakes to overheat or wear out prematurely. You may have to replace them,
and you could damage other parts of
your vehicle.
Caution
Do not park or operate your vehicle
over combustible materials.
They could touch hot exhaust parts
under your vehicle and ignite.
Do not use the cruise control if it is not
advisable to maintain a constant speed.
With automatic transmission, only activate cruise control in automatic mode.
104 Driving and operating
Control indicator
71.
Switching on
Press rocker switch at the upper end,
control indicator illuminates white.
Activation
Accelerate to the desired speed and turn
thumb wheel to SET/-, the current speed
is stored and maintained. Control indicator
illuminates green. Accelerator pedal can
be released.
Vehicle speed can be increased by
depressing the accelerator pedal.
When the accelerator pedal is released,
the previously stored speed is resumed.
Increase speed
With cruise control active, hold thumb
wheel turned to RES/+ or briefly turn to
RES/+ repeatedly: speed increases
continuously or in small increments.
Alternatively accelerate to the desired
speed and store by turning to RES/+.
Reduce speed
With cruise control active, hold thumb
wheel turned to SET/- or briefly turn to
SET/- repeatedly: speed decreases continuously or in small increments.
Deactivation
Press button
, control indicator
illuminates white. Cruise control is
deactivated. The stored speed is memorised.
Automatic deactivation:
n Vehicle speed below approx. 40
km/h,
n The brake pedal is depressed,
n The clutch pedal is depressed for
more than a few seconds,
n Selector lever in N,
n Engine speed in a very low range.
Resume stored speed
Turn thumb wheel to RES/+ at a speed
above 40 km/h. The stored speed will
be obtained. If the difference between
the current and the stored speed is more
than 40 km/h, the vehicle cannot
resume the stored speed.
Switching off
Press rocker switch at the lower end,
control indicator extinguishes.
The stored speed is deleted.
Switching off the ignition also deletes
the stored speed.
Driving and operating 105
OBJECT DETECTION
SYSTEMS
PARKING ASSIST*
The parking assist makes parking easier
by measuring the distance between the
vehicle and rear obstacles, and giving
acoustic signals. It is the driver, however, who bears full responsibility for
parking manoeuvre.
The system consists of four ultrasonic
parking sensors in the rear bumper.
Control indicator
70.
Note
Attached parts in the detection area
cause system malfunction.
Activation
When reverse gear is engaged, the
system is activated automatically.
An obstacle is indicated by acoustic
warnings. The interval between the
warnings becomes shorter as the vehicle
gets closer to the obstacle. When the
distance is less than 40 cm, the acoustic
warning sounds continuous.
Deactivation
The system is deactivated automatically when
■ the vehicle is driven above 10 km/h
■ the vehicle is parked
■ a fault in the system occurs.
Fault
In the event of a fault in the system, r
illuminates.
Additionally if the system does not
work due to temporary conditions like
snow covered sensors,
illuminates.
Important hints for using the parking
assist systems
Warning
Under certain circumstances, various
reflective surfaces on objects or clothing as well as external noise sources
may cause the system to fail to detect
obstacles.
Note
Sensor could detect a nonexisting
object (echo disturbance) caused by
external acoustical or mechanic
disturbances.
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FUEL
FUEL FOR DIESEL ENGINES
Caution
Caution
Sensitivity of the sensor could be
reduced caused by external influences e.g. layers on the sensor surface
(ice, snow, mud, soiling, multiple
varnishing/painting, etc.).
Sensor could detect a non-existing
object ("echodisturbance") caused by
external acoustical disturbances e.g.
another park pilot system.
Sensor could detect a non-existing
object ("echodisturbance") caused by
external mechanic disturbances e.g.
carwash, rain, extreme wind conditions, hail etc.
Performance of the park assistance
systems could be reduced caused by
changing of sensor position by external changes to the vehicle, e.g. lowering of the shock absorber over lifetime due to: temperature changes,
changing of tyres, loading of the vehicle, lowering/tuning of the vehicle
etc.
Object identification in the upper
part of the vehicle can not be guaranteed.
Performance of the park assistance
systems could be reduced by acoustic coupling to the vehicle caused by
icing over. Objects with a very small
reflection cross section may not be
detected.
Only use diesel fuel that complies with
EN 590. The fuel must have low sulphur content (max. 50 ppm).
Do not use marine diesel oils, heating
oils or entirely or partially plant-based
diesel fuels, such as rape seed oil or bio
diesel, Aquazole and similar dieselwater emulsions. Diesel fuels must not
be diluted with fuels for petrol engines.
The flow and filterability of diesel fuel
are temperature-dependent. When temperatures are low, refuel with diesel
fuel with guaranteed winter properties.
Caution
Use of fuel that does not comply to
EN 590 or similar can lead to engine
powerloss, increased wear or engine
damage and may affect your warranty.
Driving and operating 107
REFUELING
Caution
Danger
If you use inappropriate grade fuel or
put incorrect fuel additives into the
fuel tank, the engine and catalytic
converter may seriously be damaged.
Be sure to use the correct fuel (petrol
or diesel) corresponding to your vehicle when refueling. If you fill petrol
in your diesel powered vehicle, your
vehicle can be seriously damaged. If
your vehicle has diesel engine, you
can confirm the correct fuel by taking a look at information on the fuel
filler cap.
For safety reasons, fuel containers,
pumps and hoses must be properly
earthed. Static electricity build up
can ignite the fuel vapor. You can be
burnt and your vehicle damaged.
Fuel is flammable and explosive. No
smoking. No naked flames or sparks.
If you can smell fuel in your vehicle,
have the cause of this remedied immediately by a CHEVROLET retailer.
Fuel filler flap is located at right rear
side of vehicle.
Danger
Before refuelling, switch off engine
and any external heaters with combustion chambers. Switch off any
mobile phones.
Follow the operating and safety
instructions of the filling station when
refuelling.
The fuel filler flap can only be opened
if the vehicle is unlocked. Release the
fuel filler flap by pushing the flap.
108 Driving and operating
FUEL FILLER CAP
Caution
Caution
In case of misfuelling, do not switch on
ignition.
Wipe off any overflowing fuel immediately.
Only a genuine fuel filler cap provides
full functionality. Diesel-engined vehicles have special fuel filler caps.
Caution
To close, turn the fuel filler cap to the
right until it clicks.
Close the flap and let engage.
To open, turn the fuel filler cap slowly
to the left. The fuel filler cap can be
retained in the bracket on the fuel filler
flap.
For refuelling, fully insert the pump
nozzle and switch it on.
After automatic cut-off, it can be topped
up with max. two doses of fuel.
If you use a car wash when the vehicle
is unlocked, the fuel filler flap might
be open and it can be damaged in the
car wash.
Make sure to lock the fuel filler flap
by using the central locking button.
Do not close the fuel filler flap when
the vehicle is locked.
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VEHICLE CARE
General information ..................... 109
Vehicle checks .............................. 110
Engine compartment overview .... 112
Wiper blade replacement .............. 117
Bulb replacement .......................... 118
Electrical system .......................... 124
Vehicle tools ................................. 128
Wheels and tyres .......................... 129
Jump starting ................................ 134
Towing ......................................... 135
Appearance care ........................... 138
GENERAL INFORMATION
ACCESSORIES AND VEHICLE
MODIFICATIONS
We recommend to use Genuine Parts
and Accessories and factory approved
parts specific for your vehicle type. We
cannot assess or guarantee for other
products - even if they have a
regulatory or otherwise granted
approval.
Do not make any modifications to the
electrical system, e.g. changes of
electronic control units (chip tuning).
Caution
Never modify your vehicle. It may
affect the performance, durability and
safety of the vehicle and the warrant
may not cover any problems caused by
the modification.
VEHICLE STORAGE
Storage for a long period of time
If the vehicle is to be stored for several
months:
n Wash and wax the vehicle.
n Have the wax in the engine com-
partment and underbody checked.
n Clean and preserve rubber seals.
n Change engine oil.
n Drain washer fluid reservoir.
n Check coolant anti-freeze and corn
n
n
n
rosion protection.
Adjust tyre pressure to the value
specified 172.
Park vehicle in dry, well ventilated
place. Engage first or reverse gear
or set selector lever to P. Prevent
the vehicle from rolling.
Do not apply parking brake.
Open bonnet, close all doors and
lock the vehicle.
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RADIO FREQUENCY
IDENTIFICATION (RFID) TAG *
n Disconnect the clamp from the nega-
tive terminal of the vehicle battery.
Beware that all systems are not functional, e.g. anti-theft alarm system.
Putting back into operation
When the vehicle is to be put back into
operation:
n Connect the clamp to the negative
terminal of the vehicle battery.
Activate the electronic of the power
windows.
n Check tyre pressure.
n Fill up the washer fluid reservoir.
n Check the engine oil level.
n Check the coolant level.
n Fit the number plate if necessary.
This vehicle is equipped with Radio
Frequency Identification (RFID) tag*,
which can be used for Electronic Toll
Collection (ETC) or any other applications as decided by the Regulatory
authority. The RFID tag is located on
inside the windshield. Data for necessary
applications will be added by the agency
authorized by the Regulatory authority,
from time to time. Take proper care
during washing or cleaning of windshield
so as to avoid any damage to the RFID
tag. In case of any damage or malfunction
of RFID tag, or in case of windshield
replacement, contact your CHEVROLET
retailer or agency authorized by the
Regulatory authority for the installation
of new RFID tag.
Caution
Do not touch or peel off. Do not place
any sticker or other metallic components
over the RFID tag neither from inside
nor from outside of the windshield.
Avoid exposure to chemicals or liquid
solvents. This will impair the function of
RFID tag. The RFID tag is tamperproof
and will not function once removed
from windshield.
VEHICLE CHECKS
PERFORMING WORK
Warning
Only perform engine compartment
checks when the ignition is off.
The cooling fan may start operating
even if the ignition is off.
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BONNET
Opening
Secure the bonnet support.
Closing
Before closing the bonnet, press the
support into the holder.
Lower the bonnet and allow it to drop
into the catch. Check that the bonnet is
engaged.
Warning
Pull the release lever and return it to its
original position.
Warning
Only touch the foam padding of the
bonnet support rod handle when the
engine is hot.
Push the safety catch to the right and
open the bonnet.
Air intake 89.
Always observe the following precautions: Pull on the front edge of the
bonnet to make sure it is latched
securely before you drive your vehicle.
Do not pull the bonnet release handle
while your vehicle is moving.
Do not move your vehicle with the
bonnet open. An open bonnet will
obscure the driver's vision.
Operating your vehicle with the bonnet open can lead to a collision resulting in damage to your vehicle to other
property, personal injury or even
death.
112 Vehicle care
ENGINE COMPARTMENT OVERVIEW
Diesel Engine, Z20D1 (LNP)
Vehicle care 113
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Power steering fluid container 115
Engine oil cap 113
Brake fluid container 116
Engine coolant container 114
Fuse box 125
Washer fluid container 116
Battery 117
Dipstick for engine oil level 113
Engine air filter 114
ENGINE OIL
Check the engine oil level on a regular
basis to prevent damage to the engine.
Ensure that the correct specification of
oil is used. Recommended fluids and
lubricants 167
It is advisable to check the engine oil
level manually before embarking on a
long journey.
Check with the vehicle on a level surface. The engine must be at operating
temperature and switched off for at
least 10 minutes.
Pull out the dipstick, wipe it clean, insert
it to the stop on the handle, pull out and
read the engine oil level.
Insert dipstick to the stop on the handle
and make half a turn.
MIN
MAX
We recommend the use of the same
grade of engine oil that was used at last
change.
The engine oil level must not exceed
the MAX mark on the dipstick.
Different dipsticks are used depending
on engine variant.
Caution
When the engine oil level has dropped
to the MIN mark, top up engine oil.
Overfilled engine oil must be drained
or suctioned out.
Capacities 172.
Fit the cap on straight and tighten it.
114 Vehicle care
ENGINE AIR FILTER
Take care of sufficient anti-freeze concentration
Warning
Engine oil is an irritant and, if ingested,
can cause illness or death.
Keep out of reach of children.
Avoid repeated or prolonged contact
with skin.
Wash exposed areas with soap and
water or hand cleaner.
Be very careful when draining the
engine oil as it may be hot enough to
burn you!
ENGINE COOLANT
Caution
Only use approved anti-freeze.
Coolant level
Caution
Too low a coolant level can cause
engine damage.
To replace engine air filter unscrew 6
screws and remove filter housing.
Caution
When driving at a slope, the warning
Code 79 might be displayed in the
Driver Information Centre
72.
If the code disappears when driving
in a flat area again, do not top up
engine oil.
If the cooling system is cold, the coolant level should be above the filling line
Vehicle care 115
POWER STEERING FLUID
mark. Top up if the level is low.
Caution
Extremely small amounts of contamination can cause steering system
damage and cause it to not work properly. Do not allow contaminates to
contact the fluid side of the reservoir
cap/dipstick or from entering the reservoir.
Warning
Allow the engine to cool before
opening the cap. Carefully open the
cap, relieving the pressure slowly.
Top up with the recommended coolant
approved for the vehicle. Install the cap
tightly. Have the antifreeze concentration checked and have the cause of
the coolant loss remedied by a
CHEVROLET retailer.
Open the cap and remove. Wipe the
dipstick dry and turn the cap in the
container. Open the cap again and read
the power steering fluid level.
The power steering fluid level must be
between the MIN and the MAX marks.
If the fluid level is to low, seek the
assistance of a CHEVROLET retailer.
116 Vehicle care
WASHER FLUID
below freezing, use windshield
washer fluid which has sufficient
anti-freezing property.
BRAKE FLUID
Only use high-performance brake fluid
approved for the vehicle. Recommended fluids and lubricants 167.
Warning
Brake fluid is poisonous and corrosive. Avoid contact with eyes, skin,
fabrics and painted surfaces.
Warning
Fill with clean water mixed with a
suitable quantity of windscreen wash
solution which contains antifreeze.
To refill windshield washer fluid reservoir:
n Use only commercially available
ready-to-use washer fluid for that
purpose.
n Do not use tap water. Minerals present in tap water may plug the windshield washer lines.
n If air temperature is likely to go
The brake fluid level must be between
the MIN and the MAX marks.
When topping up, ensure maximum
cleanliness as contamination of the
brake fluid can lead to brake system
malfunctions. Have the cause of the
loss of brake fluid remedied by a
CHEVROLET retailer.
If too much brake fluid is added, it
can spill on the engine and burn, if the
engine is hot enough. You or others
could be burned, and the vehicle
could be damaged. Add brake fluid
only when work is done on the brake
hydraulic system.
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BATTERY
The vehicle battery is maintenance
free.
Batteries do not belong in household
waste. They must be disposed of at an
appropriate recycling collection point.
Laying up the vehicle for more than 4
weeks can lead to battery discharge.
Disconnect the clamp from the negative terminal of the vehicle battery.
Ensure the ignition is switched off
before connecting or disconnecting the
vehicle battery.
Meaning of symbols:
No sparks, naked flames or smoking.
n
Always shield eyes. Explosive gases
can cause blindness or injury.
n Keep the vehicle battery out of
reach of children.
n The vehicle battery contains sulfuric acid which could cause blindness or serious burn injuries.
n
Warning
Keep glowing materials away from
the battery to avoid explosion.
Battery explosion can result in damage to the vehicle and serious injury
or death.
Avoid contact with eyes, skin, fabrics
and painted surfaces. The fluid contains sulphuric acid which can cause
injuries and damage in the event of
direct contact. In case of skin contact,
clean the area with water and seek
medical help immediately.
Keep out of reach of children.
Do not tilt an open battery.
Battery discharge protection
84.
DIESEL FUEL SYSTEM
BLEEDING
If the tank has been run dry, the diesel
fuel system must be bled on ground
level after fuelling at least 2 liters.
Switch on the ignition three times for 15
seconds at a time. Then start the engine
for a maximum of 40 seconds. Repeat
this process after no less than 5 seconds.
If the engine fails to start, seek the
assistance of a CHEVROLET retailer.
WIPER BLADE
REPLACEMENT
Lift wiper arm. Move release lever and
detach wiper blade.
118 Vehicle care
BULB REPLACEMENT
HALOGEN HEADLIGHTS
Properly functioning windshield wipers are essential for clear vision and
safe driving. Regularly check the condition of the wiper blades. Replace
hard, brittle or cracked blades or those
that smear dirt on the windshield.
Foreign material on the windshield or
wiper blades can reduce the effectiveness
of the wipers. If the blades are not wiping
properly, clean both the windshield and
the blades with a good cleaner or mild
detergent. Rinse them thoroughly with
water.
Repeat the process, if necessary. There is
no way to remove traces of silicone from
glass. Therefore, never apply polish with
silicone to your vehicle's windshield or
you will get streaks which will impair the
driver's vision.
Do not use solvents, gasoline, kerosene,
or paint thinner to clean wipers. These are
harsh and can damage the blades and
painted surfaces.
Switch off the ignition and switch off
the relevant switch or close the doors.
Only hold a new bulb at the base! Do not
touch the bulb glass with bare hands.
Use only the same bulb type for replacement.
Replace headlight bulbs from within
the engine compartment.
Note
After heavy, driving rain or washing, headlight and taillight lenses
could appear frosty.
This condition is caused by the temperature difference between the
lamp inside and outside.
This is similar to the condensation
on your windows inside your vehicle during the rain and doesn't indicate a problem with your vehicle.
If the water leaks into the lamp bulb
circuitry, have the vehicle checked
by a CHEVROLET retailer.
Low beam and high beam
1. Detach plug connector from bulb.
2. Remove protective cover.
Warning
The same rating of the bulb to be used
during replacement and any usage of
higher wattage bulbs can cause
thermal issues such as melting of lamp
housing and its surrounding parts.
Warranty would be void if higher
wattage bulbs are being used.
Vehicle care 119
5. When fitting a new bulb, engage the
lugs in the recesses on the reflector.
6. Engage the spring clip.
7. Place headlamp protective cover in
position and close.
8. Plug connector onto bulb.
Position lights
1. Detach plug connector from bulb.
3. Remove position light bulb holder
from reflector.
3. Press spring clip, disengage and
swivel it upward.
2. Remove protective cover.
4. Remove bulb from reflector housing.
4. Remove bulb from socket.
5. Insert new bulb.
120 Vehicle care
SIDE TURN SIGNAL LAMPS
(OSRVM)
If the side turn signal lamp in the
outside rearview mirror (OSRVM) is
not operated, have the checked by
CHEVROLET retailer.
6. Insert holder in reflector.
7. Place headlamp protective cover in
position and close.
8. Plug connector onto bulb.
TAIL LIGHTS
Front turn signal lights
2. Push bulb into socket slightly, rotate
anti-clockwise, remove and renew
bulb.
3. Insert bulb holder in reflector, rotate
clockwise to engage.
1. Open both covers.
1. Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise
and disengage.
FOG LIGHTS
Have bulbs replaced by a CHEVROLET
retailer.
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2. Unscrew both screws.
3. Remove tail light assembly. Take
care that the cable duct remains in
position.
4. Reverse light (1)
Turn signal light (2)
Tail light/brake light (3)
5. Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise.
6. Remove bulb holder. Push bulb into
socket slightly, rotate anticlockwise,
remove and renew bulb.
7. Insert bulb holder into the tail light
assembly and screw into place.
Connect wiring plug. Install tail
light assembly in body and tighten
screws. Close covers and engage.
8. Switch on ignition, operate and
check all lights.
122 Vehicle care
NUMBER PLATE LIGHTS
1. Unscrew both screws.
BOOT LID TAIL LIGHTS
2. Remove bulb housing downward,
taking care not to pull on the cable.
Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise
to disengage.
3. Remove bulb from holder and renew
bulb.
4. Insert bulb holder in bulb housing
and rotate clockwise.
5. Insert bulb housing and secure using
a screwdriver.
1. Remove the boot lid panelling.
2. Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise.
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INTERIOR LIGHTS
Courtesy light, Reading lights
Have bulbs replaced by a CHEVROLET
retailer.
Load compartment light
3. Remove bulb holder. Push bulb into
socket slightly, rotate anticlockwise,
remove and renew bulb.
4. Insert bulb holder into boot lid. Refit
the inner panelling to boot lid.
5. Switch on ignition, operate and
check the lights.
2. Press bulb slightly towards spring
clip and remove.
3. Insert new bulb.
4. Install lamp.
1. Prise the lamp out with a
screwdriver.
124 Vehicle care
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
FUSES
Data on the replacement fuse must
match the data on the defective fuse.
There are two fuse boxes in the vehicle:
n In the front left of the engine compartment,
n Behind the glove box.
In a box above the positive terminal of
the battery are some main fuses. If necessary have them changed by a
CHEVROLET retailer.
Before replacing a fuse, turn off the
respective switch and the ignition.
A blown fuse can be recognised by its
melted wire. Do not replace the fuse
until the cause of the fault has been
remedied.
Some functions are protected by several fuses.
Fuses may also be inserted without
existence of a function.
Fuse extractor
A fuse extractor may be located in the
fuse box in the engine compartment.
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ENGINE COMPARTMENT
FUSE BOX
Place the fuse extractor on the various
types of fuse from the top or side, and
withdraw fuse.
The fuse box is in the front left of the
engine compartment.
Disengage the cover, lift it upwards and
remove.
Not all fuse box descriptions in this
Manual may apply to your vehicle. It is
accurate at the time of printing. When
inspecting the fuse box, refer to the fuse
box label.
126 Vehicle care
No. Circuit
No. Circuit
No. Circuit
1
Transmission control module
18
Fuel control module
35
Infotainment system, Amplifier
2
Engine control module
19
–
36
–
3
–
20
Fuel pump
37
High beam, right side
4
–
21
Rear power windows
38
High beam, left side
5
Ignition
22
–
39
–
6
Front wipers
23
–
40
–
7
–
24
Front power windows
41
–
8
Fuel injection
25
–
42
Cooling fan control
9
Fuel injection, ignition system
26
ABS*
43
–
10
Engine control module
27
Electronic key system
44
–
11
Lambda sensor
28
Heated rear window
45
Cooling fan
12
Starter solenoid
29
–
46
Cooling fan control
13
Canister vent sol
30
ABS
47
Lambda sensor
14
–
31
Body control module
48
Fog lights
15
–
32
Body control module
49
–
16
Ignition, Air quality sensor
33
Front seat heating
50
–
17
Ignition, Airbag
34
Sunroof
51
Horn
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INSTRUMENT PANEL FUSE BOX
No. Circuit
No. Circuit
52
Instrument panel (MIL)
69
Battery voltage sensor
53
Electrochromatic mirror (ISRVM)
70
Rain sensor*
54
Light switch, Light control
71
–
55
Mirror folding
56
Windscreen washer
57
Steering column lock
58
–
59
Diesel fuel heating
60
Mirror heating
61
Mirror heating
62
Air condition clutch
63
Rear window sensor
64
Air quality sensor
65
Rear fog lamp
66
–
67
–
68
–
The Instrument panel fuse box is located
behind a cover in the glovebox. Open
the glovebox and remove the cover.
Not all fuse box descriptions in this
Manual may apply to your vehicle. It is
accurate at the time of printing. When
inspecting the fuse box, refer to the fuse
box label.
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VEHICLE TOOLS
No. Circuit
No. Circuit
1
2
Infotainment system, handsfree
phone
–
6
Body control module
Infotainment system
Info display, parking assist,
power sounder
Cigarette lighter
7
8
Power outlet
Body control module
9
Body control module
3
4
5
10
Body control module
11
A/C blower motor
12
–
13
Power seat
14
Diagnostic connector
15
Airbag
16
Central locking system, tailgate
17
Air condition system
18
–
19
Shift lever
20
–
21
Instrument cluster
22
Ignition, Electronic key system
23
Body control module
24
Body control module
25
Steering column lock
26
–
The jack and the tools are in a stowage
compartment in the load compartment
below the spare wheel. Spare wheel 3
133.
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WHEELS AND TYRES
TYRE CONDITION, WHEEL
CONDITION
Drive over edges slowly and at right
angles if possible. Driving over sharp
edges can cause tyre and wheel damage.
Do not trap tyres on the kerb when
parking.
Regularly check the wheels for damage.
Seek the assistance of a CHEVROLET
retailer in the event of damage or unusual
wear.
WINTER TYRES
Winter tyres improve driving safety at
temperatures below 7°C and should
therefore be fitted on all wheels.
In accordance with country-specific
regulations, affix the speed sticker in the
driver's field of view.
TYRE DESIGNATIONS
TYRE PRESSURE
E.g. 215/60 R 16 95 H
215 = Tyre width, mm
60 = Cross-section ratio (tyre height
to tyre width), %
R = Belt type: Radial
RF = Type: RunFlat
16 = Wheel diameter, inches
95 = Load index e.g. 95 is equivalent to 690 kg
H = Speed code letter
Speed code letter:
Q = up to 160 km/h
S = up to 180 km/h
T = up to 190 km/h
H = up to 210 km/h
V = up to 240 km/h
W = up to 270 km/h
Check the pressure of cold tyres at least
every 14 days and before any long
journey. Do not forget the spare wheel.
Unscrew the valve cap.
Tyre pressure 172 and on the label on
the front right door frame.
The tyre pressure data refers to cold
tyres. It applies to summer and winter
tyres.
Always inflate the spare tyre to the
recommended tyre pressure 172.
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TREAD DEPTH
Incorrect tyre pressures will impair
safety, vehicle handling, comfort and
fuel economy and will increase tyre
wear.
Warning
Check tread depth at regular intervals.
Tyres should be replaced for safety
reasons at a tread depth of 2-3 mm
(4mm for winter tyres).
the rear, swap round front wheels and
rear wheels. Ensure that the direction of
rotation of the wheels is the same as
before.
Tyres age, even if they are not used. We
recommend tyre replacement every 6
years.
If the pressure is too low, this can result
in considerable tyre warmup and internal damage, leading to tread separation
and even to tyre blow-out at high
speeds.
CHANGING TYRE AND WHEEL
SIZE
The legally permissible minimum tread
depth (1.6 mm) has been reached when
the tread has worn down as far as one of
the tread wear indicators (TWI). Their
position is indicated by markings on the
sidewall.
If there is more wear at the front than
If tyres of a different size than those
fitted at the factory are used, it may be
necessary to reprogram the speedometer as well as the nominal tyre pressure
and make other vehicle modifications.
After converting to a different tyre size,
have the label with tyre pressures
replaced.
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Warning
Use of unsuitable tyres or wheels may
lead to accidents and will invalidate
the vehicle type approval.
Warning
Do not use different size and type of
tyres and wheels than those originally installed on the vehicle. It can
affect safety and performance of the
vehicle. It could lead to handling
failure or rollover and serious injury.
When replacing tyres, be sure to
install all four tyres and wheels of the
same size, type, tread, brand and
load-carrying capacity. The use of
any other tyre size or type may seriously affect ride, handling, ground
clearance, stopping distance, body
clearance and speedometer reliability.
WHEEL COVERS*
WHEEL CHANGING
Wheel covers and tyres that are factory
approved for the respective vehicle and
comply with all of the relevant wheel
and tyre combination requirements
must be used.
Make the following preparations and
observe the following information:
If the wheel covers and tyres used are
not factory approved, the tyres must not
have a rim protection ridge.
Wheel covers must not impair brake
cooling.
Warning
Use of unsuitable tyres or wheel covers
could lead to sudden pressure loss and
thereby accidents.
■ Park the vehicle on a level, firm and
non-skid surface. The front wheels
must be in the straight-ahead
position.
■ Apply the parking brake and engage
first gear, reverse gear or P.
■ Remove the spare wheel 133.
■ Never change more than one wheel
at once.
■ Use the jack only to change wheels
in case of puncture, not for seasonal
winter or summer tyre change.
■ If the ground on which the vehicle is
standing is soft, a solid board (max.
1 cm thick) should be placed under
the jack.
■ No people or animals may be in the
vehicle when it is jacked-up.
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■ Never crawl under a jacked-up vehicle.
■ Do not start the vehicle when it is
raised on the jack.
■ Clean wheel nuts and thread before
mounting the wheel.
1. Disengage wheel nut caps with a
screwdriver and remove. To protect the wheel, place a soft cloth
between the screwdriver and the
alloy wheel.
Vehicle tools 128.
Warning
Do not grease wheel bolt, wheel nut
and wheel nut cone.
3. Ensure the jack is positioned correctly
with the vehicle jacking points.
2. Fold out the wheel wrench and install
ensuring that it locates securely and
loosen each wheel nut by half a turn.
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SPARE WHEEL
Attach wheel wrench and with the
jack correctly aligned, rotate wheel
wrench until wheel is clear of the
ground.
5. Unscrew the wheel nuts.
6. Change the wheel.
7. Screw on the wheel nuts.
4. Set the jack to the necessary height.
Position it directly below the jacking point in a manner that prevents
it from slipping.
8. Lower vehicle.
9. Install the wheel wrench ensuring
that it locates securely and tighten
each nut in a crosswise sequence.
Tightening torque is 140 Nm.
10. Align the valve hole in the wheel
cover (if equipped) with the tyre
valve before installing.
Install wheel nut caps.
11. Stow the replaced wheel 133 and
the vehicle tools 128.
12. Check the tyre pressure of the
installed tyre and also the wheel nut
torque as soon as possible.
Have the defective tyre renewed or
repaired.
The spare wheel can be classified as a
temporary spare wheel depending on
the size compared to the other mounted
wheels and country regulations.
Caution
Use of a spare wheel that is smaller
than the other wheels or in combination with winter tyres could affect
driveability. Have the defective tyre
replaced as soon as possible.
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JUMP STARTING
The spare wheel is located in the load
compartment beneath the floor covering. It is secured in the recess with a
wing nut.
The spare wheel well is not designed
for all permitted tyre sizes. If a wheel
wider than the spare must be stowed in
the spare wheel well after changing
wheels, the floor cover can be placed
on the projecting wheel.
Do not start with quick charger.
A vehicle with a discharged battery can
be started using jump leads and the
battery of another vehicle.
n
n
Warning
Be extremely careful when starting
with jump leads. Any deviation from
the following instructions can lead to
injuries or damage caused by battery
explosion or damage to the electrical
systems of both vehicles.
Warning
Avoid contact with eyes, skin, fabrics
and painted surfaces. The fluid
contains sulphuric acid which can
cause injuries and damage in the
event of direct contact.
Never expose the battery to naked
flames or sparks.
n A discharged battery can already
freeze at temperatures of 0°C.
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
Defrost the frozen battery before
connecting jump leads.
Wear eye protection and protective
clothing when handling a battery.
Use a booster battery with the same
voltage (12 volts). Its capacity (Ah)
must not be much less than that of
the discharged battery.
Use jump leads with insulated terminals and a cross section of at least
16 mm2 (25 mm2 for diesel engines).
Do not disconnect the discharged
battery from the vehicle.
Switch off all unnecessary electrical consumers.
Do not lean over the battery during
jump starting.
Do not allow the terminals of one
lead to touch those of the other lead.
The vehicles must not come into
contact with each other during the
jump starting process.
Apply the parking brake, manual
transmission in neutral, automatic
transmission in P.
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TOWING
TOWING THE VEHICLE
Lead connection order:
1. Connect the red lead to the positive
terminal of the booster battery.
2. Connect the other end of the red
lead to the positive terminal of the
discharged battery.
3. Connect the black lead to the
negative terminal of the booster
battery.
4. Connect the other end of the black
lead to a vehicle grounding point,
such as the engine block or an
engine mounting bolt. Connect as
far away from the discharged
battery as possible, however at least
60 cm.
Route the leads so that they cannot
catch on rotating parts in the engine
compartment.
To start the engine:
1. Start the engine of the vehicle
providing the jump.
2. After 5 minutes, start the other
engine. Start attempts should be
made for no longer than 15 seconds
at an interval of 1 minute.
3. Allow both engines to idle for
approx. 3 minutes with the leads
connected.
4. Switch on electrical consumers(e.g.
headlights, heated rear window) of
the vehicle receiving the jump start.
5. Reverse above sequence exactly
when removing leads.
If you need to have your vehicle towed,
please use our service network or
professional towing company.
The best method is to have the vehicle
transported using a recovery vehicle.
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Please observe the following procedures
when towing a vehicle:
n No passenger should remain in the
vehicle being towed.
n Release the parking brake of the
towed vehicle and place the transmission gear in neutral.
n Switch on the emergency warning
lights.
n Keep the speed limits.
If it is not possible to have your vehicle
towed by a recovery vehicle, proceed as
follows:
If towing by 2 wheels, lift the front
driving wheels and tow with the front
tyres locked.
Disengage cap at front right bottom and
remove downwards.
The towing eye is stowed with the
vehicle tools 128.
Screw in the towing eye as far as it will go
until it stops in a horizontal position.
Attach a tow rope or better still a tow rod
to the towing eye.
The towing eye must only be used for
towing and not for recovering the vehicle.
Switch on ignition to release steering
column lock and to permit operation of
brake lights, horn and windscreen wipers.
Transmission in neutral.
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Caution
Drive slowly. Do not drive jerkily.
Excessive tractive force can damage
the vehicle.
When the engine is not running, considerably more force is needed to brake
and steer.
To prevent the entry of exhaust fumes
from the towing vehicle, switch on the
air recirculation and close the windows.
Vehicles with automatic transmission:
Do not tow the vehicle using tow eye.
Towing with a tow rope could cause
severe automatic transmission damage.
When towing vehicle with automatic
transmission, use flat bed or wheel lift
equipment.
Vehicles with manual transmission
:The vehicle must be towed facing forwards, not faster than 80 km/h nor further than 100 km. In all other cases and
when the transmission is defective, the
front axle must be raised off the ground.
Seek the assistance of a CHEVROLET
retailer. After towing, unscrew the towing eye.
Insert cap below and close cap.
TOWING ANOTHER VEHICLE
Screw in the towing eye as far as it will
go until it stops in a horizontal position.
The lashing eye (if equipped) at the rear
underneath the vehicle must never be
used as a towing eye.
Disengage cap at rear right bottom and
remove downwards.
The towing eye is stowed with the
vehicle tools 128.
Attach a tow rope or better still a tow
rod to the towing eye.
The towing eye must only be used for
towing and not for recovering a vehicle.
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APPEARANCE CARE
EXTERIOR CARE
Caution
Drive slowly. Do not drive jerkily.
Excessive tractive force can damage
the vehicle.
Caution
Hook (if equipped) for ocean shipping at the rear underneath of the
vehicle:
Do not use for towing or lashing.
Do not use for tie-down for transportation with haulaway truck or train.
After towing, unscrew the towing eye.
Insert cap below and close cap.
Locks
The locks are lubricated at the factory
using a high quality lock cylinder grease.
Use de-icing agent only when absolutely
necessary, as this has a degreasing effect
and impairs lock function. After using
de-icing agent, have the locks regreased
by a CHEVROLET retailer.
Washing
The paintwork of your vehicle is
exposed to environmental influences.
Wash and wax your vehicle regularly.
When using automatic vehicle washes,
select a programme that includes waxing.
Bird droppings, dead insects, resin,
pollen and the like should be cleaned off
immediately, as they contain aggressive
constituents which can cause paint damage.
If using a vehicle wash, comply with the
vehicle wash manufacturer's instructions. The windscreen wipers must be
switched off. Remove antenna and external accessories such as roof racks etc.
If you use the auto car washer when the
vehicle is unlocked, fuel filler flap might
be open and it can be damaged during the
auto car washer.
Make sure to lock the fuel filler flap by
using the central locking button.
If you wash your vehicle by hand, make
sure that the insides of the wheel housings are also thoroughly rinsed out.
Clean edges and folds on opened doors
and the bonnet as well as the areas they
cover.
Caution
Always use a cleaning agent with pH
value of 4 to 9. Do not use cleaning
agents on hot surfaces.
Have the door hinges of all doors
greased by a CHEVROLET retailer.
Do not clean the engine compartment
with a steam-jet or high-pressure jet
cleaner.
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Thoroughly rinse and leather-off the
vehicle. Rinse leather frequently. Use
separate leathers for painted and glass
surfaces: remnants of wax on the windows will impair vision.
Do not use hard objects to remove spots
of tar. Use tar removal spray on painted
surfaces.
Exterior lights
Headlight and other light covers are
made of plastic. Do not use any abrasive
or caustic agents, do not use an ice
scraper, and do not clean them dry.
Polishing and waxing
Wax the vehicle regularly (at the latest
when water no longer beads). Otherwise,
the paintwork will dry out.
Polishing is necessary only if the paint
has become dull or if solid deposits have
become attached to it.
Paintwork polish with silicone forms a
protective film, making waxing unnecessary.
Plastic body parts must not be treated
with wax or polishing agents.
Windows and windscreen wiper
blades
Use a soft lint-free cloth or chamois
leather together with window cleaner
and insect remover.
When cleaning the rear window from
inside, always wipe in parallel to the
heating element to prevent damage.
For mechanical removal of ice, use a
sharp-edged ice scraper. Press the
scraper firmly against the glass so that no
dirt can get under it and scratch the glass.
Clean smearing wiper blades with a soft
cloth and window cleaner.
Sunroof*
Never clean with solvents or abrasive
agents, fuels, aggressive media (e.g.
paint cleaner, acetone-containing solutions etc.), acidic or highly alkaline
media or abrasive pads. Do not apply
wax or polishing agents to the middle
part of the sunroof.
Wheels and tyres
Do not use high-pressure jet cleaners.
Clean rims with a pH-neutral wheel
cleaner.
Rims are painted and can be treated with
the same agents as the body.
Paintwork damage
Rectify minor paintwork damage with a
touch-up pen before rust forms. Have
more extensive damage or rust areas
repaired by a CHEVROLET retailer.
Underbody
Some areas of the vehicle underbody
have a PVC undercoating while other
critical areas have a durable protective
wax coating.
After the underbody is washed, check
the underbody and have it waxed if
necessary.
Bitumen/rubber materials could damage
the PVC coating. Have underbody work
carried out by a CHEVROLET retailer.
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INTERIOR CARE
Before and after winter, wash the underbody and have the protective wax coating checked.
Interior and upholstery
Only clean the vehicle interior, including the instrument panel fascia and
panelling, with a dry cloth or interior
cleaner.
The instrument cluster and the displays
should only be cleaned using a soft
damp cloth. If necessary use a weak soap
solution.
Clean fabric upholstery with a vacuum
cleaner and brush. Remove stains with
an upholstery cleaner.
Clothing fabrics may not be colourfast.
This could cause visible discolourations,
especially on light-coloured upholstery.
Removable stains and discolourations
should be cleaned as soon as possible.
Clean seat belts with lukewarm water or
interior cleaner.
Caution
Close Velcro fasteners, as open Velcro
fasteners on clothing could damage
seat upholstery. The same applies to
clothing with sharp-edged object, like
zips or belts or studded jeans.
Clean up the dust on IP/door's mesh
fabric with a vacuum cleaner.
Remove stains with interior cleaner.
Plastic and rubber parts
Plastic and rubber parts can be cleaned
with the same cleaner as used to clean
the body. Use interior cleaner if necessary. Do not use any other agent. Avoid
solvents and petrol in particular. Do not
use high pressure jet cleaners.
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INFOTAINMENT
SYSTEM
INTRODUCTION
Introduction .................................. 141
Control elements overview ........ 143
Radio ............................................ 150
CD player .................................... 154
AUX input .................................... 157
USB port ...................................... 158
Bluetooth music* ......................... 159
The Infotainment system provides you
with state-of-the-art in-car infotainment.
For the AM and FM wavebands the radio
is equipped with twelve automatically
assignable channel presets. Furthermore,
36 channels can be allocated manually
(waveband-independent).
The integrated audio player will entertain
you with audio CDs and MP3/WMA
CDs.
Furthermore, you can connect external
data storage devices, e.g. iPod, MP3
player or USB stick, or a portable CD
player to the Infotainment system as
further audio sources; either via cable or
via Bluetooth.
The digital sound processor provides you
with several preset equalizer modes for
sound optimisation.
Optionally, the Infotainment system can
be operated using controls on the steering
wheel.
The well-thought-out design of the control elements, the clear displays and the
GENERAL INFORMATION
multifunctional MENU knob enable you
to control the system easily and intuitively.
Important information on operation
and traffic safety
Warning
The Infotainment system has to be
used so that the vehicle can be driven
safely at all times. If in doubt stop
your vehicle and operate the
Infotainment system while the vehicle is stationary.
Radio reception
Radio reception may be disrupted by
static, noise, distortion or loss of reception due to
n changes in distance from the transmitter,
n multi-path reception due to reflection,
shadowing.
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THEFT-DETERRENT FEATURE
The Infotainment system is equipped
with an electronic security system for
the purpose of theft deterrent.
The Infotainment system therefore
functions only in your vehicle and is
worthless for a thief.
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CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
INSTRUMENT PANEL CD 400
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1
2
Knob ................................... 145
Press: Switch on/off
Infotainment system ............... 145
Turn: Adjust volume .............. 145
Station buttons 1...6 ............... 150
Long press: Save station ........ 150
Short press: Select station ...... 150
3
Search backward .................... 150
Radio: Search backward ........ 150
CD/MP3/WMA: Skip track
backward ................................ 156
4
CD/MP3/WMA: Start/ pause
replay ..................................... 156
5
Search forward ....................... 150
Radio: Search forward ........... 150
CD/MP3/WMA: Skip track
forward ................................... 156
6
CLOCK .................................... 61
If Infotainment system
switched off: Display time
and date .................................... 61
If Infotainment system
switched on: Change setting for
time and date ............................ 76
7
INFO........................................143
Additional, situation dependent
information ............................ 143
8
TONE ..................................... 148
Tone settings .......................... 148
9
AS .......................................... 150
Automatic memory levels ...... 150
Short press: Select autostore
list ........................................... 150
Long press: Save stations
automatically .......................... 150
10 BACK .................................... 146
Menu: One level back ............ 146
Input: Delete last character
or entire entry ......................... 146
11 CD Ejection ........................... 157
12 MENU ................................... 146
Central control for selection
and navigation in menus ........ 146
13 FAV ......................................... 151
Favourite lists ......................... 151
14 MUTE .................................... 145
Activate/deactivate mute ........ 145
15 CONFIG ................................ 149
System settings ...................... 149
16 CD Slot ................................... 156
17 CD/AUX ................................ 157
Start CD/MP3/WMA replay or
change audio source................ 157
18 BAND .................................... 150
Activate radio or change
waveband ............................... 150
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STEERING WHEEL AUDIO
CONTROLS
SRC (Source)...........................145
Press: Select audio source ...... 145
If radio active: Turn upwards/
downwards to select next/
previous preset radio station .. 150
If CD player active: Turn
upwards/downwards to
select next/previous
CD/MP3/WMA track ............. 156
2 Increase volume ..................... 145
3 Decrease volume .................... 145
4 Activate/deactivate mute ....... 145
1
USAGE
CONTROL ELEMENTS
The Infotainment system is operated
via function buttons, multifunctional
knobs and menus that are shown on the
display.
Inputs are made optionally via:
n The central control unit in the
instrument panel 143
n Controls on the steering wheel 145
SWITCHING THE
INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM ON
OR OFF
Press the knob briefly. After switching
on the last selected Infotainment source
is active.
Automatic switch-off
If the Infotainment system has been
switched on using the knob when the
ignition was switched off, it will switch
off again automatically 10 minutes after
the last user input.
SETTING THE VOLUME
Turn the knob. The current setting is
shown on the display.
When the Infotainment system is
switched on, the last selected volume is
set, if that volume is lower than the
maximum start up volume.
The maximum start up volume 149
can be set separately.
Speed compensated volume
When speed compensated volume is
activated 149 the volume is adapted
automatically to make up for the road
and wind noise as you drive.
Mute
Press the MUTE button to mute the
audio sources.
To cancel mute again: Turn the knob
or press the MUTE button again.
Volume limitation at high temperatures
At very high temperatures inside the
vehicle the Infotainment system limits
the maximum adjustable volume. If
necessary the volume is decreased
automatically.
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MODES OF OPERATION
BASIC OPERATION
Radio
Press the BAND button to open the
radio main menu or to change between
the different wavebands.
Press the MENU knob to open a
submenu with options for station selection.
Detailed description of the radio functions 150.
Audio players
Press the CD/AUX button to open the
CD, USB, iPod, AUX or Bluetooth
menu (if available) or to swap between
these menus.
Press the MENU knob to open a
submenu with options for track selection.
Detailed description of:
n CD player functions 154
n AUX input functions 157
n USB port functions 158
n Bluetooth music functions* 159
MENU knob
The MENU knob is the central control
element for the menus.
Turn
n To mark a menu option
n To set a numeric value
Press
n To select or activate the marked
option
n To confirm a set value
n To switch a system function on/off
BACK button
Press the button briefly to:
n Exit a menu
n Return from a submenu to the next
higher menu level
EXAMPLES OF MENU
OPERATION
Selecting an option
Turn the MENU knob to move the
cursor (= coloured background) to the
desired option.
Press the MENU knob to select the
marked option.
Submenus
An arrow on the right-hand edge of the
menu indicates that after selection of
the option a submenu with further
options will be opened.
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Activating a setting
Setting a value
Switching a function on or off
Turn the MENU knob to mark the
desired setting.
Press the MENU knob to activate the
setting.
Turn the MENU knob to change the
current value of the setting.
Press the MENU knob to confirm the
set value.
Turn the MENU knob to mark the
function to be switched on or off.
Press the MENU knob to switch
between the settings On and Off.
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TONE SETTINGS
In the tone settings menu the tone
characteristics can be set differently for
each radio waveband and each audio
player source.
Select :.Bass:, Midrange: or Treble :
Set the desired value for the selected
option.
Setting the volume distribution
between right - left (Balance)
Setting the volume distribution
between front - rear (Fader)
Press the TONE button to open the tone
menu.
Setting bass, midrange and treble
Select Fader:.
Set the desired value.
Select Balance:.
Set the desired value.
Setting an individual setting to “0”
Select the desired option and press and
hold the MENU knob for a few seconds.
Setting all settings to "0" or "Off”
Press and hold the TONE button for a
few seconds.
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VOLUME SETTINGS
Optimizing the tone for the style of
music
Maximum startup volume
Speed compensated volume
Auto volume
Select EQ: (Equalizer).
The displayed options offer optimized
bass, middle and treble presettings for
the relevant style of music.
Select the desired option.
Press the CONFIG button to open the
system settings menu.
Select Radio settings and then Maximum startup volume.
Set the desired value.
Press the CONFIG button to open the
system settings menu.
Select Radio settings and then Auto
volume control.
Speed compensated volume can be
deactivated or the degree of volume
adaptation can be selected in the menu
displayed.
Select the desired option.
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RADIO
USAGE
STATION SEARCH
AUTOSTORE LISTS
Control buttons
The most important buttons for control
of the radio are as follows:
n BAND : Activate radio
n
: Station search
n AS
: Autostore lists
n FAV
: Favourite lists
n 1...6
: Preset buttons
Activating the radio
Press the BAND button to open the
radio main menu.
The station last played will be received.
Selecting the waveband
Press the BAND button once or several
times to select the desired waveband.
The station last played in that waveband
will be received.
Automatic station search
Briefly press the button or to play
the next station in the station memory.
Manual station search
Press the button or
for a few seconds to start a search for the next receivable station in the current waveband.
When the required frequency has been
reached the station is played automatically.
Note
Manual station search: If the radio
does not find a station, it switches
automatically to a more sensitive
search level. If it still does not find a
station, the frequency that was last
active is set again.
Manual station tuning
Turn the MENU knob and set the optimal reception frequency on the popup
frequency display.
The stations that can be received best in
a waveband can be searched for and
stored automatically via the autostore
function.
Note
The currently received station is
marked by .
Each waveband has 2 autostore lists
(AS 1, AS 2), in each of which 6 stations
can be stored.
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Automatic station storing
Keep the AS button pressed until an
autostore message is displayed. The
12 strongest stations in the current
waveband will be stored in the 2
autostore lists.
To abort the autostore procedure,
press the MENU knob.
Storing stations manually
Stations can also be stored manually
in the autostore lists.
Set the station to be stored.
Briefly press the AS button to open an
autostore list or to switch to another
autostore list.
To store the station in a list position:
Press the corresponding station button 1...6 until a confirmation message
is displayed.
Note
Manually stored stations are overwritten in an automatic station
storing process.
Retrieving a station
Briefly press the AS button to open an
autostore list or to switch to another
autostore list.
Briefly press one of the station buttons
1...6, to open the station at the corresponding list position.
FAVOURITE LISTS
Stations of all wavebands can be stored
manually in the favourite lists.
6 stations can be stored in each favourite list. The number of available favourite lists can be set 152.
Note
The currently received station is
marked by .
Storing a station
Set the station to be stored.
Briefly press the FAV button to open a
favourite list or to switch to another
favourite list.
To store the station in a list position:
Press the corresponding station button
1...6 until a confirmation message is
displayed.
Retrieving a station
Briefly press the FAV button to open a
favourite list or to switch to another
favourite list.
Briefly press one of the station buttons
1...6, to open the station at the related
list position.
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Defining the number of available
favourite lists
Note
The following FM specific displays
are shown as examples.
FM category list
Press the CONFIG button.
Select Radio settings and then Radio
favourites.
Select the desired number of available
favourite lists.
WAVE BAND MENUS
Alternative facilities for station selection
are available via waveband specific menus.
With the radio main menu active press
the MENU knob to open the relevant
waveband menu.
Favourites list
Select Favourites list. All stations
saved in the favourites lists are displayed.
Stations lists
Select AM stations list or FM stations
list.
All receivable AM/FM stations in the
current reception area are displayed.
Note
If no station list has been created
beforehand, the Infotainment system performs an automatic station
search.
Favourites list
FM 102.3
(FAV 1 - P1)
FM 96.8
(FAV 1 - P2)
FM 89.0
(FAV 1 - P3)
Select the required station.
Note
The currently received station is
marked by .
Select the required station.
Note
The currently received station is
marked by .
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RADIO RECEPTION
Updating stations lists
If the stations stored in a wavebandspecific station list can no longer be
received:
Select the corresponding command to
update a station list.
The dual tuner of the Infotainment
system continuously updates the FM
stations list in the background. No
manual update is required.
A station search is started. Once the
search is completed the station last
received will be played.
To abort the station search, press the
MENU knob.
Frequency interference and static can
occur during normal radio reception if
items such as cell phone chargers,
vehicle convenience accessories, and
external electronic devices are plugged
into the accessory power outlet. If there
is interference or static, unplug the item
from the accessory power outlet.
FM
FM signals only reach about 16 to 65 km
(10 to 40 miles). Although the radio has a
built-in electronic circuit that automatically works to reduce interference, some
static can occur, especially around tall
buildings or hills, causing the sound to
fade in and out.
AM
The range for most AM stations is
greater than for FM, especially at night.
The longer range can cause station frequencies to interfere with each other.
For better radio reception, most AM
radio stations boost the power levels
during the day, and then reduce these
levels during the night. Static can also
occur when things like storms and
power lines interfere with radio reception. When this happens, try reducing
the treble on the radio.
Cellular phone usage
Cellular phone usage may cause interference with the vehicle's radio. This
interference may occur when making or
receiving phone calls, charging the
phone's battery, or simply having the
phone on. This interference can cause
an increased level of static while listening to the radio. If static is received
while listening to the radio, unplug the
cellular phone and turn it off.
Backglass antenna
The AM-FM antenna is integrated with
the rear window defogger, located in
the rear window. Make sure that the
inside surface of the rear window is not
scratched and that the lines on the glass
are not damaged. If the inside surface is
damaged, it could interfere with radio
reception. For proper radio reception,
the antenna connector needs to be prop-
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CD PLAYER
GENERAL INFORMATION
erly attached to the post on the glass.
If a cellular telephone antenna needs to
be attached to the glass, make sure that
the grid lines for the AM-FM antenna
are not damaged.
There is enough space between the grid
lines to attach a cellular telephone
antenna without interfering with radio
reception .
Caution
Using a razor blade or sharp object to
clear the inside rear window can
damage the rear window antenna
and/or the rear window defogger.
Repairs would not be covered by the
vehicle warranty. Do not clear the
inside rear window with sharp
objects.
Caution
Do not apply aftermarket glass tinting with metallic film. The metallic
film in some tinting materials will
interfere with or distort the incoming
radio reception. Any damage caused
to your backglass antenna due to
metallic tinting materials will not be
covered by the vehicle warranty.
The Infotainment system's CD player
can play audio CDs and MP3/WMA
CDs.
Important information about audio
CDs and MP3/WMA CDs
Caution
Under no circumstances place
DVDs, single-CDs with a diameter
of 8 cm or shaped CDs in the audio
player.
You must not put any stickers on
CDs. These discs can get jammed in
the CD drive and ruin the drive. An
expensive replacement of the device
will then be necessary.
n
The following CD formats can be
used:
CD-ROM Mode 1 and Mode 2.
CD-ROM XA Mode 2, Form 1 and
Form 2.
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The following file formats can be
used:
ISO9660 Level 1, Level 2.
MP3 and WMA files written in any
format other than listed above may
not play correctly, and their file
names and folder names may not be
displayed correctly.
Audio CDs with copy protection,
which are not in compliance with the
audio CD standard, may not play
correctly or not at all.
Self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs
are more vulnerable to mishandling
than prerecorded CDs. Correct handling, especially in the case of selfrecorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs, must
be ensured. See below.
Self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs
may not play correctly or not at all.
In such cases it is not the equipment
that is at fault.
On mixed mode CDs (audio tracks
and compressed files, e. g. Mp3, are
n
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stored), the audio tracks part and
the compressed files part can be
played separately.
Avoid leaving fingerprints when
you change CDs.
Put CDs back in their sleeves immediately after removing them from
the CD player in order to protect
them from damage and dirt.
Dirt and liquids on CDs can smear
the lens of the CD player inside the
device and cause faults.
Protect CDs from heat and direct
sunlight.
The following restrictions apply for
the data stored on an MP3/WMA
CD:
Number of tracks: Max. 999.
Number of folders: Max. 255.
Folder structure depth: Max. 64
levels (recommended: max. 8 levels).
Number of playlists: Max. 15.
Number of songs per playlist: Max.
255.
Applicable playlist
extensions: .m3u, .pls, .asx, .wpl.
n This chapter deals only with playing MP3 files since the operation
for MP3 and WMA files is identical. When a CD with WMA files is
loaded MP3 related menus are displayed.
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USAGE
STARTING CD REPLAY
Press the CD/AUX button to open the
CD or MP3 menu.
If there is a CD in the CD player, CD
replay is started.
Depending on the data stored on the
audio CD or MP3 CD differing information about the CD and the current
music track will be shown on the display.
Inserting a CD
Insert a CD with the printed side facing
up into the CD slot until it is drawn in.
Skipping to the next track or previous
track
Briefly press the button or .
Fast forward or rewind
Press the button
or
and hold it
down to fast forward or rewind the
current track.
Selecting tracks using the audio CD
or MP3 menu
During audio CD replay
Press the MENU knob to open the
audio CD related menu.
To play all tracks in random order: Set
Shuffle songs to On.
To select a track on the audio CD: Select
Tracks list and then select the desired
track.
During MP3 replay
CD menu
Shuffle songs
Playlists / Folders
Off
Search
Press the MENU knob to open the MP3
related menu.
To play all tracks in random order: Set
Shuffle songs to On.
To select a track from a folder or playlist
(if available): Select Playlists/ Folders.
Select a folder or playlist and then
select the desired track.
Note
If a CD contains both audio and
MP3 data, the audio data can be
selected from Playlists/Folders.
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AUX INPUT
GENERAL INFORMATION
USAGE
Under the cover on the centre console
there is an AUX socket for the
connection of external audio sources.
Note
The socket must always be kept
clean and dry.
It is possible, for example, to connect a
portable CD player with a 3.5 mm jack
plug to the AUX input.
Press the CD/AUX button once or
several times to activate the AUX
mode.
An audio source that is connected to the
AUX input can be operated only via the
control elements of the audio source.
To open a menu with additional options
for track search and selection: Select
Search. What options are available
depends on the data saved on the MP3
CD.
The search process on the MP3 CD may
take several minutes. During this time
the station last played will be received.
Removing a CD
Press the
button.
The CD is pushed out of the CD slot.
If the CD is not removed after ejection,
it will be drawn back in again
automatically after a few seconds.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
(only CD 400 with PDIM)
Under the cover on the centre console
there is a USB socket for the connection
of external audio sources.
Devices connected to the USB port are
operated via the controls and menus of
the Infotainment system.
Note
The socket must always be kept
clean and dry.
Important information
The following devices can be
connected to the USB port:
n iPod
n Zune
n PlaysForSure device (PFD)
n USB drive
Note
Not all iPod, Zune, PFD or USB
drive models are supported by the
Infotainment system.
Note
Do not insert a USB drive device
longer than 70 mm. A longer device
may be damaged when folding
down the armrest.
Playing saved audio files
Press the CD/AUX button once or
several times to activate the USB mode.
Replay of the audio data stored on the
USB device is started.
The operation of data sources
connected via USB is mainly the same
as for an audio MP3 CD 156.
Below only the aspects of operation that
are different/additional are described.
Operation and the screen displays are
described for USB drives only. Operation
of other devices like iPod or Zune is
mainly the same.
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BLUETOOTH MUSIC*
GENERAL INFORMATION
Selecting tracks using the USB
menu
Press the MENU knob to open the USB
related menu.
To play all tracks in succession: Select
Play all.
To display a menu with various additional options for track search and
selection: Select Search.
The search process on the USB device
may take several minutes.
During this time the station last played
will be received.
To play all tracks in random order: Set
Shuffle songs (random) to On.
To repeat the currently played track: Set
Repeat to On.
(only CD 400 with Bluetooth PDIM)
Bluetooth enabled audio sources (e. g.
music mobile phones, MP3 players
featuring Bluetooth, etc.), which support Bluetooth music protocol A2DP,
can be connected wirelessly to the
Infotainment system.
Important information
n Before a Bluetooth device can be
connected to the Infotainment
system, it must first be paired to the
system 160.
n The Infotainment system only
connects to Bluetooth devices that
support A2DP (Advanced Audio
Distribution Profile) version 1.2 or
higher.
n The Bluetooth device must support
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote
Control Profile) version 1.0 or
higher. If the device does not support
AVRCP only the volume can be
controlled via the Infotainment system.
n
Before connecting the Bluetooth
device to the Infotainment system,
become acquainted with its user
guide for Bluetooth functions.
BLUETOOTH MUSIC SETUP
With the Bluetooth music setup menu
pairing and connection of Bluetooth
devices to the Infotainment system are
carried out.
Activating the Bluetooth music setup
menu
Press the CD/AUX button once or
several times to activate AUX, USB or
Bluetooth mode.
Press the MENU knob and then select
Bluetooth setup.
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Pairing a Bluetooth device
Important information
n The pairing process is disabled
when the vehicle is moving.
n Up to five devices can be paired to
the system.
n The Infotainment system automatically connects to the first device in
the list of currently paired devices.
n Only one paired device can be
connected to the Infotainment
system at a time.
n Pairing normally only needs to be
carried out once, unless changes to
the pairing information have been
made or the device is deleted.
Performing pairing
Select Connect to new device.
The Infotainment system asks a series
of questions to determine what type of
Bluetooth device is being paired.
After determination is performed, the
Bluetooth device needs to be put into
discovery mode (see user guide of
Bluetooth device).
Some Bluetooth devices may require a
PIN code in order to complete the
pairing process. Locate the device
named GMusicConnect in the list on
the Bluetooth device and follow the
instructions on the device to enter the
PIN code provided by the Infotainment
system.
Connecting a paired device
Select Select device.
A list of all Bluetooth devices currently
paired to the Infotainment system is
displayed.
Select the desired device. The device is
connected to the Infotainment system.
If another Bluetooth device is currently
connected to the Infotainment system
this device is disconnected from the
system.
Removing a paired device
Select Remove device.
A list of all Bluetooth devices currently
paired to the Infotainment system is
displayed.
Select the desired device. The device is
removed from the list of paired devices.
Changing the default PIN
Select Change default PIN.
Select one of the pre-defined PIN
codes, or select Other to create a new
PIN.
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OPERATION
To create a new PIN
Select Other and then the desired
length of the PIN code.
Select the digits of the desired PIN code
one at a time.
To delete already entered digits: Press
the BACK button.
Press the CD/AUX button once or
several times to activate Bluetooth
mode.
The first device in the list of currently
paired Bluetooth devices
160 is
automatically connected (if available)
to the Infotainment system.
To connect to another paired Bluetooth
device 160.
Starting replay of tracks
Depending on the connected Bluetooth
device:
n Replay of music starts automatically
or
n Replay of music has to be started
with the controls on the Bluetooth
device.
Replay of music data stored on the
Bluetooth device can now be controlled
via the Infotainment system using the
, and
buttons.
Skipping to next or previous track
Briefly press the button or .
Fast forward or rewind
Press the button
or
and hold it
down to fast forward or rewind the
current track.
Pause replay
Press the
button.
To restart replay press the
button
again.
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SERVICE AND
MAINTENANCE
General information ...................... 163
Scheduled maintenance ................ 164
Recommended fluids and
lubricants ...................................... 167
GENERAL INFORMATION
SERVICE INFORMATION
In order to ensure economical and safe
vehicle operation and to maintain the
value of your vehicle, it is of vital
importance that all maintenance work
is carried out at the proper intervals as
specified.
See your service booklet for the service
schedules and for more information.
ADDITIONAL SERVICING
Extreme operating conditions
Extreme operating conditions are given
when at least one of the following
occurs frequently:
n Repeated short-distance driving
less than 5 miles (10 kms).
n Extensive idling and/or slow-speed
driving in stop-and-go traffic.
n Driving on dusty roads.
n Driving on hilly or mountainous
terrain.
Caution
Chevrolet recommends to consult
authorized CHEVROLET retailer for
instructions and vehicle health checkup before setting out a long journey.
Towing a trailer.
Driving in heavy city traffic where
the outside temperatures regularly
reach 90° F (32°C) or higher.
n Driving as a taxi, police or delivery
vehicle.
n Frequent driving when outside
temperature remains below freezing.
Police vehicles, taxis and driving
school vehicles are also classified as
operating under extreme conditions.
Under extreme operating conditions, it
may be necessary to have certain
scheduled service work done more
frequently than the scheduled intervals.
Seek technical advice on the servicing
requirements dependent on the specific
operating conditions.
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OIL LIFE MONITORING FOR
DIESEL ENGINES
The service intervals are based on several parameters depending on usage
and are calculated using these parameters.
The engine oil life monitoring lets you
know when to change the engine oil
65.
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SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE
SERVICE SCHEDULES
Maintenance services and record retention are the owner’s responsibility. You should retain evidence that proper maintenance has
been performed on your vehicle in accordance with the scheduled maintenance services chart.
For vehicles with normal annual mileage.
4 Years/60000
4.5 Years/67500
5 Years/75000
5.5 Years/82500
6 Years/90000
6.5 Years/97500
7 Years/105000
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6 Months/7500
MAINTENANCE
INTERVAL
Engine Oil and Engine Oil Filter (1) (3)
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PCV System
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ITEM
ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM
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I- Inspect these items and their related parts. If necessary, correct, clean, replenish, adjust, rotate or replace.
R- Replace or change.
(1) If a vehicle is operated under severe conditions: short distance driving, extensive idling or driving in dusty conditions, change engine oil and the filter every 7,500 kms or 6 months,
whichever comes first.
(2) Inspect the air cleaner element every 7,500 kms or 6 months if vehicle is driven under dusty driving conditions. If necessary, correct, clean, or replace.
(3) Refer to “Recommended Fluids and Lubricants”.
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For vehicles with normal annual mileage.
1 Year/15000
1.5 Years/22500
2 Years/30000
2.5 Years/37500
3 Years/45000
3.5 Years/52500
4 Years/60000
4.5 Years/67500
5 Years/75000
5.5 Years/82500
6 Years/90000
6.5 Years/97500
7 Years/105000
Kilometers or time in months, whichever comes first
6 Months/7500
MAINTENANCE
INTERVAL
Exhaust Pipe and Mountings
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CHASSIS AND BODY
Chart Symbols:
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Inspect these items and their related parts. If necessary, correct, clean, replenish, adjust, rotate or replace.
R- Replace or change.
(3) Refer to “Recommended Fluids and Lubricants”.
(4) Change the brake fluid every 20,000 kms or 2 years (whichever is earlier) if the vehicle is mainly driven under severe conditions:
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- Towing a trailer frequently.
(5) More frequent maintenance is required if under severe condition: short distance driving, frequent low-speed operation in stop-and go traffic or driving in dusty conditions.
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For vehicles with normal annual mileage.
5.5 Years/82500
6 Years/90000
6.5 Years/97500
7 Years/105000
5 Years/75000
4.5 Years/67500
4 Years/60000
3.5 Years/52500
3 Years/45000
2.5 Years/37500
2 Years/30000
1.5 Years/22500
1 Year/15000
MAINTENANCE
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Kilometers or time in months, whichever comes first
6 Months/7500
MAINTENANCE
INTERVAL
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See remarks (7) under "Chart Symbols".
Automatic Transaxle Fluid (7) (3)
Tyre Condition & Inflation Pressure
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Wheel Alignment (6)
As and when required or as suggested by CHEVROLET authorized retailer
Wheel Balancing (6)
Steering Wheel and Linkage
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(3) Refer to “Recommended Fluids and Lubricants”.
(6 ) If necessary, rotate and balance wheels.
(7 ) Replace every 1,57,500 kms for normal driving condition (Inspection is not required. A fluid inspection is only required if there is a transmission failure or a fluid leak.)
Replace every 75,000 kms for severe driving condition as below
- For vehicles mainly driven in heavy city traffic in hot weather, in hilly or mountainous terrain, when frequently towing a trailer, or used for taxi, police or delivery service.
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RECOMMENDED FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS
Item
Capacity
Service Interval
Classification
Engine Oil
(Including Oil Filter)
5.4L
Change every 15,000 kms or 1 year (whichever is earlier)
5W-30 ACEA A3/B4
Engine Coolant
7.5L
Change every 52,500 kms or 3.5 years (whichever is earlier)
Ethylene Glycol Based
Long Life Coolant
Manual Transaxle Fluid
1.8L
Fluid change or Inspection is not required unless there is
a transmission failure or a fluid leak
BOT303 Mod
Automatic Transaxle Fluid
8.77L
Replace every 1,57,500 kms for normal driving condition
(Inspection is not required. A fluid inspection is only required
if there is a transmission failure or a fluid leak.)
Replace every 75,000 kms for severe driving condition as
below
- For vehicles mainly driven in heavy city traffic in hot
weather, in hilly or mountaneous terrain, when
frequently towing a trailer, or used for taxi, police or
delivery service
DEXRON VI
Brake & Clutch Fluid
0.75L
Change every 30,000 kms or 2 years (whichever is earlier)
DOT4
Power Steering Fluid
1.2L
Inspect every 15,000 kms or 1 year (whichever is earlier)
and replenish if necessary.
DEXRON VI
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RECOMMENDED FLUIDS
AND LUBRICANTS
Only use products that have been tested
and approved. Damage resulting from
the use of non-approved materials will
not be covered by the warranty.
Warning
Operating materials are hazardous
and could be poisonous. Handle with
care. Pay attention to information
given on containers.
Topping up engine oil
Only use 5W-30 ACEA A3/B4 Engine
oil.
Use of ACEA A1/B1 and A5/B5 engine
oil is expressly forbidden, since they can
cause long-term engine damage under
certain operating conditions.
Engine oil additives
The use of engine oil additives could
cause damage and invalidate the warranty.
Coolant and antifreeze
Use GMI supplied premix coolant only.
Coolant additives intended to give additional corrosion protection or seal against
minor leaks can cause function problems.
Liability for consequences resulting from
the use of coolant additives will be
rejected.
Brake and clutch fluid
Only use DOT4 brake fluid.
Over time, brake fluid absorbs moisture
which will reduce braking effectiveness.
The brake fluid should therefore be
replaced at the specified interval.
Brake fluid should be stored in a sealed
container to avoid water absorption.
Ensure brake fluid does not become
contaminated.
Caution
Using brake fluid other than GM
recommended brake fluid may cause
corrosion to components of brake
system. Corrosion may make the
brake system not work well and
could cause a crash.
Power steering fluid
Only use Dexron VI fluid.
Automatic transmission fluid
Only use Dexron VI fluid.
Manual transmission fluid
Only use BOT303 Mod fluid.
Technical data 169
TECHNICAL DATA
Vehicle identification ................... 169
Vehicle data .................................. 170
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER
IDENTIFICATION PLATE
The vehicle identification number is
located in the vehicle floor on the righthand side under a cover between the
front door and seat.
The identification plate is located on the
front left door frame.
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VEHICLE DATA
ENGINE DATA
Sales designation
Z20D1
Engine identifier code
LNP
Number of cylinders
4
Piston displacement
[cm3 ]
1998
Engine power [kW]
at rpm
122.1
3800
Torque [Nm]
at rpm
380
2000
Fuel type
Diesel
PERFORMANCE
Engine
Z20D1
Top speed 1) [km/h]
Manual transmission
210
Automatic transmission
200
1)
The maximum speed indicated is achievable at kerb weight (without driver) plus 200 kg payload. Optional equipment could reduce
the specified maximum speed of the vehicle.
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VEHICLE WEIGHT
Maximum GVW, Kg (for rigid vehicles)
With air conditioning
[Kg]
Engine
Manual transmission
Automatic transmission
Z20D1
1970
1985
Engine
Manual transmission
Automatic transmission
Z20D1
1525[LT] / 1545[LTZ]
1560
Kerb weight, Kg
With air conditioning
[Kg]
VEHICLE DIMENSIONS
Length [mm]
4597
Width without exterior mirrors [mm]
1788
Width with two exterior mirrors [mm]
2067
Height (without antenna) [mm]
1477
Length of load compartment floor [mm]
1014
Load compartment width [mm]
1010
Load compartment height [mm]
512
Wheelbase [mm]
2685
Min. turning circle diameter [mm]
10900
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CAPACITIES
Engine oil
Engine
Z20D1
Including Filter [l]
5.4
Between MIN and MAX [l]
1.0
Fuel tank
Diesel, nominal capacity [l]
60
TYRE PRESSURES
Engine
Z20D1
Tyres
205/60 R16
Front
Rear
kPa/bar (psi)
kPa/bar (psi)
220/2.2 (32)
220/2.2 (32)
Technical data 173
BULB SPECIFICATIONS
Bulbs
Front
Rear
Wattage & Qty.
Remarks
60/55W x 2
Halogen
1
Head lamp (High/Low)
2
Parking lamp
5W x 2
3
Turn signal lamp
21W x 2
Amber
4
Fog lamp*
35W x 2
Halogen
5
Side turn signal lamp
5W x 2
6
Outside mirror turn signal lamp*
1.2W x 2
LED type
7
Turn signal lamp
21W x 2
Amber
8
Brake / Tail lamp
21/5W x 2
9
Reversing lamp
10
Boot lid Tail lamp
21/5W x 2
11
CHMSL (Center high mounted stop lamp)
LED 12EA
12
Number plate lamp
16W x 2
LED type
5W x 2
Bulb specification in some model can be different from the above table. See the wattage printed on the bulb before replacing burnt bulbs.
Warning
The same rating of the bulb to be used during replacement and any usage of higher wattage bulbs can cause thermal issues such as
melting of lamp housing and its surrounding parts. Warranty would be void if higher wattage bulbs are being used.
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NOTE
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SERVICE AND
WARRANTY
Standard limited warranty
coverage ....................................... 176
Predelivery inspection and
vehicle delivery ............................ 183
Owner's statement of
acceptance .................................... 185
Chevrolet service ......................... 187
Maintenance record sheet ............ 193
Battery .......................................... 195
Separate corrosion protection
service .......................................... 196
Body inspection record ................ 197
Emission warranty ....................... 199
Annexure-I ................................... 203
Annexure-II .................................. 204
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STANDARD LIMITED WARRANTY COVERAGE
1. SCOPE
General Motors India Private Limited, a private limited company incorporated under the companies Act 1956 and having its
Works/Registered office at Chandrapura Industrial Estate, Halol, District Panchmahals, Gujarat 389351 (“General Motors India”)
warrants that your new Chevrolet Cruze (“vehicle”) is free from defect in material or workmanship, subject to your compliance with the
following terms and conditions mentioned hereunder and other vehicle maintenance norms as mentioned elsewhere in this service
booklet.
Only an authorized CHEVROLET retailer as mentioned in this booklet will make the necessary repairs, using new, re-conditioned or remanufactured parts with a view to correcting any defect covered by this warranty.
2. WHAT IS COVERED
Time and distance limits for New Vehicle Warranty coverage.
Warranty Type
Warranty Limits
Other Warranties
A : General
Three (3) years or 1,00,000 kms
(whichever is earlier) from the date of
delivery by a CHEVROLET retailer or
the date of first registration of the motor
vehicle, whichever occurs first.
These parts are covered by other warranties :
1. Battery (one (1) year) (covered by the battery manufacturer**)
2. Tyres (one (1) year) (covered by the tyre manufacturer**)
3. Audio/Radio/Acc. (one (1) year)
(covered by the Audio/Radio/Acc. manufacturer**)
See clause 5.
B : Rust Through*
Three (3) years from the date of delivery
of the motor vehicle or from the date of
first registration of the motor vehicle,
whichever occurs first.
The warranty covers exterior body metal except :
1. Items not covered by warranty listed in Section 3
2. Exhaust pipe and fuel system rust
* A hole through a body panel caused by rust / corrosion from inside to outside.
** Service / warranty shall be provided by the concerned equipment manufacturer.
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•
The obligation under this New Vehicle Warranty is limited to the repair of the new motor vehicle at no charge by the Chevrolet
authorized retailer. For parts replaced during such repair the same warranty applies until the end of the New Vehicle Warranty period
as stipulated herein. All warranty claims expire at the end of the warranty period as specified under Clause 2. The Owner is
responsible for any repair or replacement which are not covered by this warranty.
•
Liability of General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. under this New Vehicle Warranty is limited to the value of the service, repairs/
replacement of parts found to be defective within the warranty period. Beyond servicing and/or repairing defective parts in the
vehicle, General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. does not undertake to replace the vehicle / or reimburse the purchaser by payment of any
money in respect of the vehicle purchased by them.
•
Under the terms of New Vehicle Warranty, installation, free service will be provided only within the municipal limits of the
cities/towns where General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. has its service network, as elaborated elsewhere in this Owner's Manual. This
list of authorized retailers is subject to change/modification without prior notice. Service outside the municipal limits specified
above will be provided after charging the actual to and fro traveling and incidental expenses, as prevailing from time to time.
•
Necessary care and caution is taken in manufacturing of the vehicle, however, General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. shall not be liable for
any loss or damage caused to any article, property, death or disability caused to any human life arising out of fire, electric fault, short
circuit, accidental handling or negligent use of the vehicle. The maximum liability in monetary terms shall be restricted to the value
of the defective parts and / or value of services rendered only. Furthermore, the New Vehicle Warranty, in no case, shall extend to the
payment of any monetary consideration whatsoever, of the replacement or return of the vehicle as a whole.
•
The decision of General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. will be final and binding on all matters arising out of this New Vehicle Warranty.
•
The owner should preserve the original Invoice for necessary verification and produce the same, as and when required.
•
The optimum performance of the vehicle is under standard test conditions.
This New Vehicle Warranty is issued at Halol, District Panchmahals, Gujarat and competent courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction
over matters by or following from time to time.
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3. WARRANTY LIMITATIONS
The warranty will cease to exist in following conditions:
a. Failure to have the required periodic inspection and required service performed as per the Periodic Maintenance Schedule.
b. Improper or wrong maintenance and in deviation with guidelines mentioned in this service booklet.
c. Any modification, alterations made to the vehicle such as including but not restricted to adding lights, changing engine specifications
to increase horsepower, or using wide tyres, and or any other modification in the vehicle that may likely to have an effect on the
performance of the vehicle. (e.g. defects caused by the installation of non homologated wheels and tyres are not covered by the
warranty).
d. Failure to use genuine parts / fluids (oil, coolant, brake fluid) and / or other accessories / consumables recommended or approved by
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
e. Use of the vehicle for purposes or in a manner other than the one mentioned in the Owner's Manual. Exceeding specified capacities
such as loading weight, passenger, speed, use as a commercial vehicle and rpm limitations.
f. Damage caused by driving the vehicle under severe conditions such as un-pliable or water-logged roads, in races or rallies.
g. Damage caused by natural disasters including but not restricted to earthquakes, storms, floods, fire and accidents. The owners are
recommended to keep their vehicle insurance valid at all times.
h. Damage caused by smoke, chemicals, bird-droppings, salt, stone chipping, scratches, iron dust or any other extraneous
circumstances like external mechanical or chemical influences (regarding paint or body damage, specially stone throw, air-borne
rust, industrial fall out), damage to catalytic converter due to use of wrong/bad quality fuel acting on the vehicle.
i. Damage caused by normal wear (for instance brake-pad, etc.) or exposure to the elements such as discoloring or deformation of any
interior, plastic, chrome or painted part or surface.
j. Sensory complaint by the owner against symptoms such as noise, vibration or oil stains which do not effect performance.
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k. Damage which should have been detected during normal usage but became serious when left unattended to and/or the owner of the
vehicle having failed to claim and having rectified a defect which was already apparent during vehicle delivery, immediately after
delivery or a defect which becomes apparent at a later date immediately after it became apparent.
l. Failure of the owner to adhere to the requirements outlined in Clause 4.
m. Fuel system damage caused by water or other foreign matter in the fuel system.
n. Damage caused by the installation of non genuine accessories or equipment after the vehicle has been purchased from the
CHEVROLET retailer such as radio, car telephone, CD radio set, or cargo carrier and / or other activities of a similar nature.
o. Damage caused by running vehicle on adulterated fuel/lubricants or fuel/lubricants other than those specified by General Motors
India Pvt. Ltd.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED
•
Adjustments, cleaning, inspection, or required periodic maintenance.
•
Parts designated as requiring periodic replacement.
•
Warranty repair not performed by a CHEVROLET retailer.
•
Charges or fees for telephone, tow, transportation charges of the vehicle to the nearest CHEVROLET retailer, rental car, and so forth;
compensation for inconvenience or commercial losses; all other consequential costs relating to the owner being unable to use the
vehicle.
•
Any accident, damage, loss or destruction due to negligent, careless use of vehicle.
•
Damage to the engine while driving in water logged conditions or entry of water in to the engine.
•
Consumptive parts and oil/grease and other fluids. (See the following tables of consumptive parts and oil/grease and other fluids.)
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Consumptive Parts
Drive belt
Air cleaner element
Fuel filter
Oil filter
Clutch disc, clutch parts
Brush holders
Brake pads
Brake discs
Wiper blades
Light bulbs
Motor brushes
Fuses, etc.
Oil/Grease and other fluids
Engine oil
Transmission oil
Power steering fluid
Brake fluid
Coolant
Grease
Washer fluid
Battery fluid
Diesel
Air conditioner refrigerant
Other lubricants, etc.
No warranty repair shall be made if it is found that the vehicle Identification number like chassis / engine number, odometer or the
warranty & service booklet, have been tampered with. This list is neither exclusive nor exhaustive and the decision of General Motors
India Pvt. Ltd. shall be final and binding.
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4. WHAT THE OWNER MUST DO
In order to keep this warranty valid you must:
a. Use your vehicle as instructed in the Owner’s Manual.
b. Have your vehicle inspected according to this schedule.
The cost of the service is borne by the owner. If the services are not performed within the specified time limits, the general and the rust
through warranty as referred to under Clause 2 above, shall be rendered null and void and shall not be reinstated by a subsequent
service.
c. Keep the warranty & service booklet (Owner’s Manual) and all receipts in a safe place to present to the CHEVROLET retailer at
regular maintenance visits and when repair work is required.
5. PARTS COVERED BY OTHER WARRANTY CONDITION
a. Battery : The coverage period is 1 year from the date of new vehicle registration regardless of the distance traveled.
b. Tyres : This warranty is covered by the tyre manufacturer. The coverage period is one year. Please check with your CHEVROLET
retailer for details.
c. Audio/Radio/Acc. : This warranty is covered by the audio/radio/Acc. manufacturer. The coverage period is one year. Please check
with your CHEVROLET retailer for details.
6. MAKING THE WARRANTY EFFECTIVE
The warranty goes into effect after CHEVROLET authorized retailer fills in the appropriate information about your vehicle and
places the retailer's official seal and signature in the warranty & service booklet (Owner’s Manual).
7. REQUIREMENTS FOR WARRANTY WORK
To have warranty work carried out, present the warranty & service booklet (Owner's Manual) to the authorized CHEVROLET
retailer as mentioned in this booklet. If the warranty & service booklet is lost or incomplete, work to be carried out with respect to the
standard warranty shall be refused.
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8. CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP
If the vehicle is sold during the warranty period, please deliver the warranty & service booklet (Owner's Manual) to the new owner.
The new owner will need to complete the change of address or subsequent ownership notification card located elsewhere in this
booklet in order for the coverage to be transferred.
9. EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH WARRANTY WORK
The expenses of repair work and parts of your CHEVROLET vehicle will be covered by CHEVROLET standard limited warranty in
accordance with the WARRANTY & SERVICE BOOKLET (OWNER’S MANUAL). Other expenses that are not covered by the
CHEVROLET Standard Limited Warranty must be covered by the owner.
10. General Motors India Private Limited is launching the Chevrolet Cruze in different cities in a phased manner. The CHEVROLET
retailer responsible for delivering your Cruze is qualified to provide all Cruze related services within the city where he is located. As
other CHEVROLET retailers become operational to handle the Cruze, they will also be able to provide similar Cruze related
services. IN ORDER FOR THE WARRANTY ON YOUR VEHICLE TO APPLY, IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT YOUR CRUZE BE
SERVICED, HANDLED AND ATTENDED TO ONLY BY CHEVROLET RETAILER AS SET FORTH IN THIS BOOKLET.
11. The following requisite document should be presented to the CHEVROLET retailer at the time of making a claim under New Vehicle
Warranty:
•
Original invoice issued by CHEVROLET retailer.
•
Warranty and service booklet / maintenance record.
•
Any other document deemed to be necessary by CHEVROLET retailer and/or General Motors India.
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PREDELIVERY INSPECTION AND VEHICLE
DELIVERY
Before delivering the vehicle we carried out a thorough
predelivery inspection in order to ensure that your Chevrolet
vehicle is in a fault-free condition. Accompanying this
appropriately filled out service booklet (Owner's Manual) are the
tool kit and your vehicle documents.
You have been informed of the service intervals and necessary
service checks, including under extreme operating conditions
and in particular with regard to oil changing of diesel engines.
City, date :
CHEVROLET Retailer’s / ASO’s Stamp and Signature
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OWNER’S
STATEMENT OF ACCEPTANCE
I hereby certify that the vehicle has been delivered in an orderly
and proper operating condition, including Keys, Service
booklet (Owner's Manual) and tool kit. I have read and
understood the terms and conditions pertaining to the New
Vehicle Warranty and agree to abide by the same.
I have been informed of the service intervals and necessary
service checks, including under extreme operating conditions.
Date of delivery :
City, date :
Name and signature of customer :
This sheet must be detached prior to vehicle delivery and placed with the vehicle file after it has been signed by the customer.
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1000 kms /30 days reassurance check-up (whichever is earlier)
Dear Customer,
VIN no. __________________________________________
PDI no. __________________________________________
We are confident that you and your family would be enjoying the
safe and comfortable drive of the Chevrolet Cruze.
We would like to undertake a thorough check-up of the vehicle at
1000 kms or 30 days, whichever occurs earlier. This will also
allow us to re-emphasize the salient features of the Cruze to you.
Date of service_____________________________________
Date of delivery____________________________________
Retailer code ______________________________________
Customer’s name___________________________________
Customer’s tel. no. _________________________________
I confirm that the vehicle has been inspected and delivered to
my satisfaction.
In the unlikely event of an emergency assistance, please call
your nearest CHEVROLET retailer as mentioned in this
booklet or please feel free to call our 24 hr. helpline at 1800
3000 8080.
Retailer's Signature
Customer’s Signature
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1000 kms Reassurance check-up
General Status review
Check closing efforts of doors,
keyless entry system & other
functions
Under hood
Visually check routing, leaks &
damage
— Check fluid levels
— Engine oil level
— Brake/clutch oil level
— Coolant level
— Power steering oil
— M/T oil
Windscreen washer level & add
washer fluid
Underbody, wheels
Visually check routing, leaks &
damage
Check tyre pressure
Electrical Checks
Malfunction indicator lamp
Service vehicle soon lamp
Charging lamp
Oil pressure lamp
Parking brake lamp/indicator
High beam/Turn signal Hazard
indicator & all other telltale lamp
Cigarette lighter/rear defogger
Check lighting system
Horn/Radio/Outside Mirrors
High/Low beam/Hazard signal
Turn signal/Flash to pass signal
Front/Rear fog lamps/Tail lamps
Stop lamp/Reversing lamp/Trunk
lamp
Dynamic Evaluation
Steering function/noise/abnormal
drag
Clutch & gear shifting function/
noise
Accelerating & braking function/
noise
Check tyres
Any other abnormal noise
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CHEVROLET Inspection
CHEVROLET Inspection
2nd Service Check 1 year / 15000 kms whichever occurs earlier
1st Service Check 6 months / 7500 kms whichever occurs earlier
VIN ______________________________________________
VIN ______________________________________________
Regn. No. _________________________________________
Regn. No. _________________________________________
Delivery date ______________________________________
Delivery date ______________________________________
Date of service _____________________________________
Date of service _____________________________________
Kms _____________________________________________
Kms _____________________________________________
I confirm that the job has been attended to my satisfaction.
I confirm that the job has been attended to my satisfaction.
Customer’s Signature
Customer’s Signature
Labour free & Parts are chargeable
(Retain with job card)
Labour free & Parts are chargeable
(Retain with job card)
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Delivering Retailer’s stamp & date
Delivering Retailer’s stamp & date
I hereby certify that the work has been carried out as per the
schedule.
I hereby certify that the work has been carried out as per the
schedule.
Servicing Retailer’s / ASO stamp & date
Servicing Retailer’s / ASO stamp & date
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CHEVROLET Inspection
CHEVROLET Inspection
4th Service Check 2 years / 30000 kms whichever occurs earlier
3rd Service Check 1.5 years/22500 kms whichever occurs earlier
VIN ______________________________________________
VIN ______________________________________________
Regn. No. _________________________________________
Regn. No. _________________________________________
Delivery date ______________________________________
Delivery date ______________________________________
Date of service _____________________________________
Date of service _____________________________________
Kms _____________________________________________
Kms _____________________________________________
I confirm that the job has been attended to my satisfaction.
I confirm that the job has been attended to my satisfaction.
Customer’s Signature
Customer’s Signature
Labour & Parts are chargeable
(Retain with job card)
Labour & Parts are chargeable
(Retain with job card)
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Delivering Retailer’s stamp & date
Delivering Retailer’s stamp & date
I hereby certify that the work has been carried out as per the
schedule.
I hereby certify that the work has been carried out as per the
schedule.
Servicing Retailer’s / ASO stamp & date
Servicing Retailer’s / ASO stamp & date
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MAINTENANCE RECORD SHEET
(Repair category - Free Service/Paid Service/Running Repair/Acc. Repair)
Repair
Date
R.O. No.
Kms.
Repair
Category
Details of Repair Done
Name of Servicing
Retailer
Service
Adv. Sign.
Retailer Stamp
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MAINTENANCE RECORD SHEET
(Repair category - Free Service/Paid Service/Running Repair/Acc. Repair)
Repair
Date
R.O. No.
Kms.
Repair
Category
Details of Repair Done
Name of Servicing
Retailer
Service
Adv. Sign.
Retailer Stamp
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BATTERY
n
Defects arising out of faulty vehicle electrical systems, negligent
maintenance, incorrect charging or improper filling of the battery by
unauthorized dealers/auto electricians are not covered by warranty.
Battery make :
n
Consequent liabilities are not covered by this warranty policy.
Battery number :
n
Get battery checked every 3 months.
Battery type :
Important Instructions
n
The battery must be fitted firmly in the cradle.
n
Connecting cables and connectors must be fastened securely on to the
battery.
n
Connections must be made in the right polarity.
n
Terminals must be kept coated with petroleum jelly/vaseline. DO
NOT USE GREASE.
n
Battery top & vent plugs must always be kept clean & dry .
n
Electrolyte level must always be maintained in line with the bottom of
the vent hole. In case of any drop in electrolyte level, add pure
distilled water. NEVER ADD ACID.
n
Battery is warranted for a period of one year only.
n
Liability under this warranty is limited to defects arising out of faulty
material or workmanship developing under proper use and NOT
when the battery is merely discharged.
CHEVROLET retailer’s
Stamp
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SEPARATE
CORROSION PROTECTION
SERVICE
Body/ Underbody Corrosion Protection Service
General Motors India provides a three (3) years or 1,00,000kms
(whichever is earlier) warranty vehicle that no rust-through of the
body/underbody will occur, provided that the directives from
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. concerning the treatment,
maintenance, and care of the vehicle (Owner’s Manual) and
especially the inspection and checks prescribed in the service
booklet have been carried out.
Furthermore, the body paintwork and the corrosion protection must
be visually inspected for damage as part of the regular annual
inspection or 15,000 kms service. The customer is informed of any
damage detected and measures to rectify this damage. Any damage
discovered is also indicated in the following corrosion protection
diagram.
Confirmation of the inspection is indicated by a stamp and dated
signature, accompanied by indication of the vehicle mileage on
the following verification documents.
Make use of this possibility in order to avoid problems during
warranty claims regarding rust- through of the body / underbody.
The rust through warranty is not applicable if areas damaged by
any reason remain unattended and become the cause of corrosion.
All repairs when required should be carried out promptly and by
the CHEVROLET retailer.
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BODY INSPECTION RECORD
Vehicle identification number
In order to maintain the General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. rust-through warranty,
the vehicle must be subjected to an inspection by CHEVROLET retailer once
a year. Any resulting work is subject to a charge.
Registration number
Check-up 1st year after initial registration.
Name / address of owner
Check-up date
Odometer reading
Damage found
1. Outer body
Yes
No
2. Under body
Yes
No
3. Engine compartment
Yes
No
Retailer
stamp / signature
Damage repaired
Remarks :
Yes
No
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BODY INSPECTION RECORD
Vehicle identification number
In order to maintain the General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. rust-through warranty,
the vehicle must be subjected to an inspection by CHEVROLET retailer once
a year. Any resulting work is subject to a charge.
Registration number
Check-up 2nd year after initial registration.
Name / address of owner
Check-up date
Odometer reading
Damage found
1. Outer body
Yes
No
2. Under body
Yes
No
3. Engine compartment
Yes
No
Retailer
stamp / signature
Damage repaired
Remarks :
Yes
No
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EMISSION WARRANTY
(Applicable in NCR Delhi, Chennai,
Kolkata and Mumbai)
Subject to other terms of the warranty
policy and the conditions and obligations laid down hereunder, General
Motors India Pvt. Ltd., hereafter called
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd., certifies that the components liable to affect
the emission of the gaseous pollutants
in the vehicle in the normal use despite
the use to which it may be subjected,
comply with the provisions of Rule 115
(2) of the central Motor Vehicle Rules,
1989,and further warrants that if on
examination by a service center duly
authorized by the General Motors India
Pvt. Ltd., the vehicle is discovered to be
failing to meet the emission standard as
specified in the said rule, our authorized
service center shall take such corrective
measures as may be necessary and shall
at its sole discretion either repair or
replace free of charge such components of emission control system as are
specified in Annexure II hereof.
The definitions of various terms used in
Emission warranty proposal are given
in Annexure –I. These definitions shall
be in line with the definition of the
existing product Warranty definition.
Conditions :
1. This warranty will be in addition to
and will run concurrently and parallel to the product warranty and will
apply only in respect to components
as mentioned in Annexure-II.
2. The period of the vehicle’s warranty shall commence from the date
of the vehicle sale.
2.1 Warranty period - 1,00,000 kms or
3 years whichever occurs earlier,
from date of the vehicle sale.
3. The warranty claim will be accepted
only after examination carried out
by CHEVROLET retailers leading
to a firm conclusion that none of the
original settings /specifications have
been tampered with and that the
components (s) as mentioned in
Annexure –II has/have a manufacturing defect, and /or, that the vehicle is unable to meet the In-use emis-
sion standards.
4. The methods of examination to
determine the warrantable condition
of the components will be at sole
discretion of General Motors India
Pvt. Ltd. and or its retailers and
results of such examination will be
final and binding. If, on examination, the warrantable condition is not
established, General Motors India
Pvt. Ltd. will have the right to charge
full, or part, of the cost of such examination and resulting repairs /rectification.
5. In case of acceptance of the warranty under Emission Warranty,
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. will
replace, at retailers, free of charge,
the components which are covered
as mentioned in Annexure-II, but the
consumables as mentioned in OM
shall be charged as per actual applicable rates.
6. In case of a vehicle in which the
components covered under Emission
Warranty or the associated parts, are
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not independently replaceable, on
account of their being integral parts
of a complete assembly, General
Motors India Pvt. Ltd. will have the
sole discretion to replace either the
entire assembly or by using some of
the parts of the system through suitable repairs or modifications.
9. General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. will
not be responsible for the cost of
transportation of the vehicle to the
nearest retailer or any loss due to
non-availability of the vehicle during the period of a warranty claim
and examination by CHEVROLET
retailers.
7. Any consequential repairs or
replacement of parts which may be
found necessary to establish compliance to In-use emission standards, in
addition to the replacement of the
components covered under Emission
Warranty, will not be made free of
cost unless such parts are also found
to be in a warrantable condition
within the scope and limit of the
product Warranty (Chevrolet Cruze 3 years/1,00,000 kms, whichever is
earlier). The consumables and labour
shall be charged per actual during
such repairs or replacement of parts.
10. General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. will
not be responsible for any fines,
penalties that may be charged by
Statutory or Regulatory authorities
on account of failure of the vehicle
to comply with the in-use emission standards on the vehicle not
meeting any such given legal/ regulatory requirement, during inspection by such authorities.
8. All the parts removed for replacement under warranty will be the
property of General Motors India
Pvt. Ltd.
11. Emission Warranty will be applicable irrespective of the change of
ownership of the vehicle provided
all the conditions as laid down in this
document are met from the date of
original sale of the vehicle.
This Emission Warranty will be
applicable only if the customer :
(i) Observes all the important instructions and any other precautions
listed in the OM for use of the vehicle.
(ii) Under all circumstances uses lubricants and fuel as recommended by
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
(iii)Regularly obtains and carries out
maintenance at CHEVROLET
retailers as per the list in this booklet
only, in accordance with General
Motors India Pvt. Ltd. guidelines
and enters the details in the Service
Booklet.
(iv)Immediately approaches the nearest
Authorized Service Center as per
the list in this booklet upon discovery of failure to comply with the Inuse emission standard inspite of
having maintained and used the
vehicle in accordance with the
instructions in the OM and having
carried out such repairs and adjust-
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ments as may be required with a
view to establish such compliance.
Conditions under which warranty is
NOT applicable:
(v) Produces the ‘Pollution Under
Control (PUC)’ certificate valid for
the period immediately preceding
the test during which the failure is
discovered, the test having been
carried out either for obtaining a
new certificate, or pursuant upon
being directed by an officer as
referred to in sub – rule (2) of Rule
116 of the Central Motor Vehicles
Rules.
1. Non production/availability of a
valid ‘Pollution under Control’ certificates as described in customer
obligation (V).
2. In case the vehicle is not serviced
by CHEVROLET retailers as per
the list in this booklet as per the
service schedule described in the
maintenance chart given in the
Owner’s Manual.
(vi) Produces the service booklet
(Owner’s Manual) and all relevant
bills for verification of details.
3. A vehicle, which has been subjected to abnormal use, abuses,
neglect and improper maintenance
or has met with an accident.
(vii) Produces receipts covering maintenance of the vehicle as specified in
the OM from the date of original
purchase of the vehicle.
4. Use of such replacement parts, which
are not specified and approved by
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
(viii)Produces valid certificate of insurance & RTO registration.
5. If the vehicle or parts thereof, have
been altered, tampered with or modified or replaced in an unauthorized
manner.
6. A vehicle on which the odometer is
not functioning or the odometer has
been changed or the reading of
which has been changed / tampered
with so that the actual mileage cannot be readily determined.
7. A vehicle, which has been used, for
competitions, races, rallies or for
the purpose of establishing records.
8. Examination by CHEVROLET
retailers as per the list in this booklet of the vehicle shows that any of
the conditions stipulated in the OM
with regard to use and maintenance
have been violated.
9. A vehicle, which has been run on
adulterated fuel or lubricant or fuels
lubricants other than those, specified by GMI.
Scope and Limits:
1. This emission warranty is in addition to the product warranty for the
vehicle as per the scope and limit
described in the OM and all conditions described therein will apply,
in addition to those exclusively
stipulated in this warranty.
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2. The emission warranty covers only
compliance with the emission standard as specified in sub rule (2) of
Rule 115 of CMVR. It does not
cover any other performance of
these parts or routine test and consequent maintenance or adjustments to establish compliance to
the in-use emission standard as
applicable to the state, in which the
vehicle is registered and is in use.
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ANNEXURE-I
Definitions:
1. Vehicle : The Motor Vehicle approved for sale within India under the provisions of Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989 or any
subsequent amendment or substitution thereof.
2. Owner’s Manual (OM) : A document given to the customer at the time of sale of the vehicle giving guidelines on use and
maintenance of the vehicle including the terms and conditions of Warranty.
3. Maintenance : Maintenance as per the schedule provided in the Owner’s Manual by General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. including
inspection, verification check, adjustment and replacement, if necessary.
4. Service Booklet : The scheduled service record book in Owner’s Manual, which is required to be filled by CHEVROLET retailer at
the time of service.
5. Abnormal Use : The situations when the vehicle is put to use other than that intended by General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. such as
racing, overloading or use of adulterated fuel or fuel not recommended by General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
6. Manufacturing Defect : Means deficiency or deviation from normal production tolerance in design, material, or workmanship in a
device or system which affects any parameter, performance, or component belonging to emission control system.
7. Product Warranty : The manufacturer warranty as provided by General Motors India Pvt. Ltd., which covers failure of various parts
and systems as per the Owner’s Manual 3 years/1,00,000 kms, whichever is earlier.
8. Emission Warranty : Warranty for emission performance of the vehicle as determined by sub-rule (2) of rule no 115 of the Central
Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989.
9. Authorized Service Centers : Any service facilities authorized by General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. to perform warranty repairs. This
shall include all of CHEVROLET retailers that are recognised for service of subject vehicles or any other service center duly
authorized by General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
10. Warrantable Condition : Warrantable condition means any condition of a vehicle, which triggers the responsibility of General
Motors India Pvt. Ltd. to take corrective action within the framework of emission Warranty. This however shall not include any
statutory or regulatory fines or penalties.
11. Warranted Parts : Those components, listed as per Annexure–II.
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ANNEXURE-II
List of Components Covered under Emission Warranty
S. No.
Part name
1
Catalytic Converter***
2
Exhaust manifold gasket
3
Electronic Control Module
4
Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor
5
Mass Air Flow Sensor
6
Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor
7
Air Temp. Sensor
8
Exhaust Temperature Sensor
9
Coolant Temperature Sensor
10
Injectors
11
Fuel Pressure Regulator Valve
12
Exhaust Gas Re-circulation Valve
13
Fuel Pump
14
High Pressure Pump
*** Catalytic Converter is covered only for emission related failures as provided under the warranty statement. Replacements if any shall
not be applicable for breakage and noise problems.
Note : All the above mentioned parts are covered only if the car fails to meet the prescribed Emission norms. Any other performance
problems shall be treated as not relevant to the Emission warranty.
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SERVICE NETWORK
CHEVROLET SALES INDIA
SALES AND SERVICE NETWORK
North zone..................................... 206
West zone ..................................... 212
South zone .................................... 217
East zone ...................................... 223
International ................................. 226
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Indicates Retailer (Sales and Service)
Indicates Chevrolet Authorized Service Center
Authorized Service Center (ASC) are authorized to carry out Periodic Maintenance (Free/Paid, Minor Running Repair) Only.
The list of authorized Retailers / ASC are mentioned herein as of January, 2014. For any change in authorized Retailers /ASC, please visit
www.chevrolet.co.in.
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NORTH ZONE
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STATE - DELHI
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Auto Vikas Sales & Service Pvt. Ltd.
Workshop :
12-A, Shivaji Marg, Najafgarh Road,
New Delhi - 110015
Tel. : 011 - 42070707, 42070788
Fax : 011 - 25451004, 42070735
Showroom 2 :
A-2/6, Safdarganj Enclave,
Africa Avenue, New Delhi - 110 029
Tel. : 011 - 46146666 / 75
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Arya Automobiles
Showroom :
Plot No. 193, Metro Pillar No. 543,
Main Rohtak Road, Mundka, New Delhi - 110041
Tel. : 011 - 8743030301 / 302
Fax : 011 - 28342887
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AMBALA
Ambala Automobiles India Ltd.
Showroom :
Ramgarh, Near Central Jail Bridge, Chandigarh Road,
Baldev Nagar, Ambala City - 134 003
Tel. : 0171 - 2543010
Fax : 0171 - 2543510
Workshop :
Barwala, Naraingarh Road, Ambala City - 134 003
Tel.: 0171 - 2678013
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BHIWANI
Shailesh Automobiles
Showroom & Workshop :
Rohtak Road, Bhiwani - 127021
Tel. : 01664 -204006/008
DADRI
Shailesh Automobiles
Showroom & Workshop :
Near Loharu Chowk, Bhiwani Road, Dadri - 127 306
Tel. : 9253660069/70
FARIDABAD
Regent Automobiles Ltd.
Showroom :
14/3 , Mathura Road, Faridabad - 121 003, Haryana
Tel. : 0129 - 4088530 / 31
Fax : 0129 - 2252304
Workshop 1 :
14/5, Main Mathura Road, Faridabad - 121 003
Tel. : 0129 - 2252151 - 55, 4261200
Workshop 2 :
Plot No.57, Sector-27C, Opp. Crown Interiorz Mall,
13/1, Mathura Road, Faridabad - 121 003
Tel.: 0129 - 2577777
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STATE - HARYANA
Globus Motocorp Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
ZB-43 & 44/487, Zulphe Bengal, Main GT Road,
Dilshad Garden, Delhi - 110095
Tel. : 011 - 43355555
Workshop :
B-31, Jhilmil Industrial Area, Behind Jhilmil Metro
Station, New Delhi - 110095
Tel. : 011 - 43388888
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Triumph Motors
Showroom :
A-9/3 Wazirpur Industrial Area, Near Richi Rich,
New Delhi - 110052
Tel. : 011 - 47444666
Fax : 011 - 42475584
Workshop 2 :
G-14, Udyog Nagar, Rohtak Road, Peeragarhi,
Delhi-110041
Tel. : 011 - 42010101
Fax : 011 - 42010132
Go Auto Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
A 231, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase-1,
New Delhi - 110020
Tel. : 011 - 41855500, 9015444555
Workshop :
B-25, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase-1,
New Delhi - 110020
Tel. : 011 - 41955500, 9015777888
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Workshop 1:
C-13, Plot No. 65, SMA Industrial Area, GTK Road,
Opp. Jahangir Puri, Azadpur, New Delhi - 110 033
Tel. : 011 - 47444777
Workshop :
KH-82/21/2 &22/2, Phirni Road,
Udyog Nagar Industrial Area,
Near Mundka Metro Pillar No.547,
New Delhi - 110 041
Tel. : 011 - 28342884
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Metro Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Bawa Potteries Industrial Complex,
Aruna Asaf Ali Marg, Vasant Kunj - 110 070
Tel. : 011 - 41761717, 46156666
GURGAON
Bhanu Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom:
Shop No. 4, Omaxe Wedding Mall, Main Sohna Road,
Near Subhash Chowk, Gurgaon - 122001
Tel. : 0124 - 4757777
Workshop:
Plot No. 541, Sector-37, Part-II, Gurgaon - 122001
Tel. : 0124 - 4598888
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Gentech Toolings Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No. 66, IDC, Opp. Sector - 14
Mehrauli - Gurgaon Road, Gurgaon - 122 001
Tel. : 0124 - 4638751 - 54, 4368787
Fax : 0124 - 4638700
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Orix Auto Infrastructure Services Ltd.
Workshop :
7B, Sector - 18, Maruti Industrial Area,
Gurgaon - 122 015
Tel. : 0124 - 3014700 / 701 / 719
Fax : 0124 - 3014702
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YAMUNA NAGAR
Oberoi Automobiles
Showroom & Workshop :
Aggarsain Chowk, Near Gupta Palace,
Jagadhri - 135 003
Tel. : 01732 - 212030, 212010
KURUKSHETRA
VPS Speciality Papers
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No.145 &146, Industrial Area, Sector 2,
Kurukshetra - 136 118
Telefax : 01744 - 231050
HISSAR
Ashwani Automotors
Showroom & Workshop :
9 km Stone, OP Jindal Marg, Hissar - 125 044
Tel. : 01662 - 220710 / 11 / 12
JHAJJAR
Shailesh Automobiles
Showroom & Workshop :
Tehsil Road Jhajjar, Haryana - 124 001
Tel. : 9253660066 / 9254171300
JIND
Lekh Raj Motors Pvt. Ltd
Showroom & Workshop:
Safidon Road, opp. Brahmin Dharamsala, Jind.
Tel. : 9992900082
KAITHAL
Lekh Raj Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Ambala Road, Kaithal, Haryana - 136027
Tel. : 0174 - 6226827
KARNAL
Aryaman Automobiles
Showroom & Workshop :
117/6, K.M. Milestone, Near Hotel New
World, G. T. Road, Karnal - 132 001
Tel. : 0184 - 2220011, 2220325
TeleFax : 0184 - 2220025
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PANIPAT
Aryaman Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No 64, Sector -25, Huda Industrial Area Phase 1,
Panipat - 132103
Tel. : 0180 - 2666222 / 2666800
ROHTAK
Badhwar Automobiles Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Sonepat Road, Rohtak - 124 001
Telefax : 01262 - 256666
REWARI
Vardhman Automobiles Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Opp. Gurudwara, Jhajhar Road, Rewari - 123 401
Tel. : 01274 - 250440 / 251188
Fax : 01274 - 255966
SONIPAT
Malwa Motors Sales Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
NH-1, 31 Km Stone, G.T. Road, Kundli,
Sonipat - 131 001, Haryana
Tel. : 0130 - 2219384 - 85, 2370386, 2371386
Fax : 0130 - 2219384
SIRSA
Padam Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Hisar Road, Opp Traffic Police Post, Sirsa - 125055
Tel. : 01666 - 244445
Fax : 01666 - 244442
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KANGRA
Himachal Autowheels Pvt. Ltd.
(Platinum Chevrolet)
Showroom & Workshop :
N.H 20 Kachhiary, Kangra - 176001
Tel. : 01892 - 260600/260601
MANDI
Ram Hari Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Rani Ki Bain, Gutkar, Mandi - 175 021
Tel. : 01905 - 225692
Fax : 01905 - 221691
SIMLA
Rajvir Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Byepass Road, Parasdass Garden, Simla - 171 001
Tel. : 0177 - 2674284 - 6
Fax : 0177 - 2674287
SOLAN
Rajvir Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Kalka Shimla Road, Near Mehta Market,
Kumarhatti, Solan, Himachal Pradesh - 173 229
Telefax : 01792 - 266338
UNA
Bhagat Ram Motorways Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Una Nangal Road, Rakkar Colony, Una - 174 303
Tel. : 01975 - 238799
Fax : 01975 - 238699
STATE - PUNJAB
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MANALI
Ram Hari Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Rotang Road, Village Vishisht Vihal, PO Vashisht,
Tehsil - Manali, Distt - Kullu, Manali - 175131
Tel. : 01902 - 254001
AMRITSAR
S V Motors
Showroom :
Near Amritsar Gate, GT Road, Amritsar - 143001
Tel. : 0183 - 2700102
Fax : 0183 - 2700101
Workshop :
Main GT Road, Opp. ITBP Office, Amritsar - 143001
Tel. : 0183 - 2700201
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BATALA
Kashmir Autmobiles Pvt. Ltd. (Platinum Chevrolet)
Showroom & Workshop:
Opp. Cambridge International School, Saidmubarak,
Amritsar Road, Batala - 143505
Tel.: 01871 - 241024
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BHATINDA
Padam Cars Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Goniana Road, 8th Mile Stone, NH-10,
Bhatinda - 151 005
Tel. : 0164 - 27601111 / 9216350205
Telefax : 0164 - 2760153
CHANDIGARH
RSA Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom:
Plot No.5, Industrial Area, Phase-I,
Chandigarh - 160 002
Tel. : 0172 – 5033333,9914110606
Fax. : 0172 - 5033338
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Plot No. 2, Industrial Area, Phase-I,
Chandigarh – 160 002
Tel. : 0172 – 5039999,5041233,9814106962
Fax. : 0172 - 5039939
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Padam Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom:
182/2, Industrial Area, Phase 1, Chandigarh - 160002
Tel. : 0172 - 5212900
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185, Industrial Area, Phase 1, Chandigarh -160002
Tel. : 0172 - 5212999
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HOSHIARPUR
Bedi Automobiles
Showroom & Workshop :
Piplawala, Jalandhar Road, Hoshiarpur - 146 022
Tel. : 01882 - 329696
Fax : 01882 - 253763
Omni Wheels Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No 73, New Kuldeep Nagar,
Basti Jodhewal Chowk, Ludhiana - 141 007
Tel. : 0161 - 5055900
Fax : 0161 - 5055911
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NAWASHAHAR
Aakriti World
Showroom & Workshop :
Chandigarh Road, Nawashahar, Punjab - 144 514
Tel. : 01823 - 285656
Telefax : 01823 - 285858
PATIALA
Padam Cars Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Main Patiala - Rajpura Road,
Opp. Caspa Resort, Bahadurgarh, Patiala - 147 001
Tel. : 0175 - 2663813 - 14, 9217100905 - 9
Fax : 0175 - 2663828
PATHANKOT
Kashmir Automobiles Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Simbel Chowk, Dalhousie Road, Pathankot - 145 001
Tel. : 0186 - 2257022 - 24
AJMER
Rajdeep Autowheels (P) Ltd.
Showroom :
12-15, ASC Road, Vaishali Nagar, Ajmer - 305001
Tel. : 0145 - 2628989 / 2625116
Workshop :
Khasara No-319 Kankarda Bhunaboy, NH-8,
Jaipur Road, Ajmer - 305001
Tel. : 0145 - 2788192 / 93 / 2788222 / 23
ROPAR
Padam Cars Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Chandigarh Road, Nangal Chowk, Ropar - 140 001
Telefax : 01881 - 500099
MOGA
Padam Cars Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Near Majestic Resorts, Ferozepur Road,
Moga - 142 001
Tel. : 01636 - 225755
SANGRUR
Padam Cars Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
College Road, Opp. Kamal Palace, Sangrur - 148001
Tel. : 9216350134, 9216911461
STATE - RAJASTHAN
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JALANDHAR
Aakriti World
Showroom :
Ground Floor, Vasal Tower, Police Lines,
Opp. President Hotel, Jalandhar - 144001
Telefax : 0181 - 5003333
Workshop :
1746 Ladowali Road, Near BSF Chowk,
Jalandhar - 144001
Tel. : 0181 - 5057777
LUDHIANA
Padam Cars Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Khasra No. 279/3, G.T. Road,
Dhandari Kalan, Ludhiana
Tel. : 0161 - 2510014
Telefax : 0161 - 2510015
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Triumph Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Old Delhi Road, Near Jhankar Hotel, Alwar - 301 001
Telefax : 0144 - 3047571 - 78
BHILWARA
Rajdeep Autowheels (P) Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Payal Resort, Ajmer Road, Bhilwara - 311001
Tel. : 01482 - 265164
BIKANER
Sunehri Cars
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No. 15, Transport Nagar,
NH-15, Ganganagar Road, Bikaner - 334 001
Tel. : 8003399060 / 66 / 69
BANSWARA
Atharva Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Workshop :
Janamedi, Udaipur Road, Banswara - 327001
Tel. : 02962 - 250227
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Atharva Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
Plot No. 86, Kabir Colony, Bhilwara Road,
Chittorgarh - 312001
Tel. : 01472 - 247598
Fax : 01472 - 247598
Workshop :
Near Saint Paul's School, Opp. Rajasthan State
Seed Corp., Nimbhera Road, Chittorgarh - 312001
Tel. : 01472 - 240598
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CHOMU
Triumph Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Near Radha Soami Bagh, Jaipur Road,
Chomu - 303702
Tel. : 0142 - 3304000
JAIPUR
Triumph Motors
Showroom 1 :
Corporate Tower, A-1, Jawahar Lal Marg,
Jaipur - 302015
Tel. : 0141 - 4057575
Fax : 0141 - 4057500
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Workshop 1 :
G-109A, Sitapura Industrial Area, Jaipur - 302 004
Tel. : 0141 - 5122333, 5113636, 5143737,
5122797, 5122798, 5143636, 4090409
Fax : 0141 - 5122552
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Workshop 3 :
E1 - 2295, Ramchandrapura Industrial Area,
Sitapura Ext, Jaipur - 302022
Tel. : 0141 - 4090409
JODHPUR
Atharva Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
27/27A, Light Industrial Area,
Near Shastri Circle, ITI Road, Jodhpur - 342 003
Tel. : 0291 - 3048491
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Triumph Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
E - 137C, Road No. 5,
Indraprastha Industrial Area, Kota
Tel. : 0744 - 2372333, 2372666
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ALLAHABAD
Eldee Motors
Showroom :
Eldee Enclave, 2, S.P. Marg, Civil Lines,
Allahabad-211 001
Tel. : 0532 - 2560743, 44
Workshop :
Kanodia Mill Compound 1, Luker Ganj,
Allahabad - 211 001
Tel. : 0532 - 2616368
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Atharva Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Opp. Krishi Mandi, Jodhpur Road, Pali - 306401
Tel. : 9414060104
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SIKAR
Triumph Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Near Circuit House, NH-11, Jaipur Sikar Road,
Sikar - 332001
Tel. : 01572 - 245971
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SRI GANGANAGAR
Sunehri Cars
Showroom & Workshop :
6th Km Stone, Surat Garh Road, NH-15,
Sri Ganganagar
Tel. : 8003399070 / 71
UDAIPUR
Atharva Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
A-83, Mewar Industrial Area, Madri, NH-8,
Ahmedabad Bye Pass, Udaipur - 313 002
Tel. : 0294 - 3002730, 3002769
Fax : 0294 - 2490108
STATE - UTTAR PRADESH
Workshop :
E-711, Mia Bsni, IInd Phase,
Behind Krishna Dharam Kanta, Jodhpur - 342 005
Tel. : 0291 - 3048217 - 22
Fax : 0291 - 3048223
Showroom 2 :
C7D, Sawai Jai Singh Highway,
Bani Park, Jaipur - 302016
Tel. : 0141 - 4122222
Fax : 0141 - 4122233
Workshop 2 :
E-12B, Vishwakarma Ind. Area, Road No. 01,
Jaipur - 302013
Tel. : 0141 - 4255555
JHUNJUNU
Triumph Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
G1-8, 9 & H1-16,17, Phase – 2, RIICO Industrial Area,
Jhunjhunu – 333001
Tel. : 01592 -203163, 250001-3, 250145, 250146
AGRA
Kalyan Auto Sales
Showroom & Workshop :
Opp. Bhagwati Dhaba, Near New Sabji Mandi,
Sikandra, Agra - 282 007
Tel. : 0562 - 2640460 / 62 / 63
Fax : 0562 - 2640461
BAREILLY
VAT Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
4.5 KM, Rampur Road, CB Ganj, Bareilly - 243 001
Tel. : 0581 - 2560741
Fax : 0581 - 2560731
FAIZABAD
Megha Auto (I) Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Lucknow Byepass Road, Sahadatganj,
Faizabad - 224 001
Tel. : 09839099210
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GORAKHPUR
United Motors
Showroom :
Kasia By-pass Road, Near Dr. Riyaz Ortho Hospital,
Mohaddipur, Gorakhpur -273001
Tel.: 0551-2201667
Fax.: 0551-2338299
Workshop :
Saryu Nahar Colony, Singharia,
Gorakhpur-Deoria Road, Gorakhpur - 273008
Tel.: 0551-2270231
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Sri Venkateshwar Autocare Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Jhansi Kanpur Road, Goramachhiya, Jhansi - 284001
Tel. : 0510 - 2371144, 6450158
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LUCKNOW
Megha Auto (I) Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
10/CP/5, Ring Road, Vikasnagar,
Opp. Jagrani Hospital, Lucknow - 226 020
Tel. : 0522 - 4057999 / 4007977 / 2330180
Workshop 2:
Mishipur Depot, Near Sanatan Cold
Storage, Kursi Road, Lucknow - 226 026
Tel. : 0522 - 2890631
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Cross Road Auto Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
40, Government Industrial Estate,
Opp. Sindhi Colony, Fazal Ganj, Kanpur - 208 012
Tel.: 0512 - 2221276 / 2220043
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Workshop 1 :
C-15A, Panki Industrial Area, Site-1, Kanpur - 208012
Tel.: 0512 - 2691293, 2691377
Workshop 2 :
122/236, A-1 & C-1, Fazalganj,
Near Sangam Talkies, Kanpur - 208012
Tel.: 8009461111
Romi Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
14/63, Civil Lines, Kanpur - 208 001
Tel.: 0512 - 3224703
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Workshop :
120/192 (4), Lajpat Nagar,
Near Mariampur Crossing, Kanpur - 208 012
Tel. : 0512 - 3224701 / 3224702
GHAZIABAD
Shiva Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
28/3/5, Site - IV, Industrial Area,
Sahibabad, Ghaziabad
Tel.: 0120 - 3008600 / 605 / 631 / 632 / 635 / 636
Fax: 0120 - 3008643 / 45 / 48 / 49 / 50
Workshop 2 :
58/3, Site 04, Sahibabad, Ghaziabad - 200300
Tel. : 0120 - 4558765
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C-80/81A, Sector - 8, Noida
Tel. : 0120 - 3359807 / 813
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Kalyan Auto Sales
Showroom :
NH-2, Agra-Matura Road, Mathura
Tel. : 9927000967
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Vardajyoti Automobiles Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Madhuban Cinema Bldg., Madhuban Colony,
Baghpath Road, Meerut - 250 002
Tel. : 0121 - 2404005 - 08
Fax : 0121 - 2404009
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SAHARANPUR
DPM Autosales
Workshop :
Ambala Road, Near Badi Nahar, Saharanpur
Tel. : 0135 - 2640877
SHAHJAHANPUR
VAT Motors Pvt. Ltd.,
Showroom & Workshop :
Axis Chevrolet, 4.5 Km, Bareilly Road, Mauzampur,
Shahjahanpur - 242001
Tel. : 8795030111
STATE - UTTARAKHAND
MORADABAD
Siggma Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Near Radhakrishna Mandir,
Delhi Road, Moradabad - 244001
Tel. : 0591-2550100-05, 7351007701-05, 7351003805
MIRZAPUR
Saraswati Industries
Showroom & Workshop :
Pili Kothi, Station Road, Mirzapur - 231001
Tel. : 05442 - 223923
NOIDA
Shiva Motors
Showroom :
G-24, Sector 11, Noida - 210301
Tel. : 0120 - 3920150 / 158
DEHRADUN
DPM Autosales
Showroom & Workshop :
Mohabewala Industrial Area,
Saharanpur Road, Dehradun
Tel. : 0135 - 2642051 / 52 / 53
Fax : 0135 - 2642054
HALDWANI
Analysis Motors
Showroom :
Rampur Road, Near Sushila Tewari Hospital,
Haldwani - 263139, Distt. Nainital
Tel.: 9258071041,9258071009
Workshop :
7.5km Stone, Gora Padav, Bareilly Road,
Haldwani-263641
Tel. : 05946 - 232050
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RUDRAPUR
Analysis Motors
Showroom :
Near Axis Bank, Nanital Road, Rudrapur - 263 153
Tel. : 9258071011
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Workshop:
Industrial Area Kiccha Bypass Road,
B-27, Rudrapur - 263153
Tel:. 05944 - 243836
STATE - JAMMU & KASHMIR
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K. C. Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
NH-1, Byepass Road, Jammu - 180 004
Tel. : 0191 - 2465769 / 59, 2460829
Fax : 0191 - 2476660
RS PURA
K. C. Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Bagha Marh, RS Pura, Jammu
Tel. : 01923 - 252809
Fax : 01923 - 252809
SRINAGAR
K. C. Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
By Pass Road, Hyderpora, Srinagar - 190 014
Tel. : 0194 - 2443188
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VASCO-DA-GAMA
Subrai Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
F L Gomes Road, Vasco-Da-Gama, Goa - 403 802
Tel. : 0832 - 2517421 / 22
Fax : 0832 - 2513924
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AHMEDABAD
Gallops Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Near JCB Service Station, S.G. Highway,
Sarkhej, Ahmedabad - 380 015
Tel. : 079 - 2474346, 39835544, 39835501
Fax : 079 - 39835588
Showroom 2 :
A/8,9,10,11,12,13 & 14, Radhe Shopping Mall,
Khokhra, Maninagar, Ahmedabad
Tel. : 079 - 32941862 / 32440235
Showroom 3 :
Vedas Ground Floor, Opp SBI Saijpur Branch,
NH 8 Naroda, Patia Cross Road, Ahmedabad - 382325
Tel. : 079 - 22820106
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Shree Gopinathji Agencies
Workshop :
Survey No. 570 - A/2, Near Indira Statue,
Lambhavel Road, Anand - 388 001
Tel. : 02692 - 247979 / 247878
BHAVNAGAR
V Raj Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No. 150, Near Press Quarter,
Opp. Maruti Showroom, Bhavnagar-Rajkot Road,
Chitra, Bhavnagar - 364 003
Tel. : 0218 - 2444590, 2444445
BHUJ
Cargo Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No. 10, Survey No. 29/1,
Bhuj - Mirzapur Road, Bhuj - 370001
Tel. : 02832 - 654191 / 654192
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GANDHIDHAM
Cargo Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
NH-8A, Kandla Port Road, Gandhidham - 370 201
Tel. : 02833 - 654370, 653317, 9825611692
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GODHRA
Shree Gopinathji Agencies
Showroom & Workshop :
Moonlight Cinema Compount, Vavdi,
Godhra - 389 001
Tel. : 02672 - 645828, 265270, 265271
GANDHI NAGAR
Gallops Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Near Nigam Petrol Pump, Rajshree Cinema Road,
Sector-21, Gandhinagar - 382 010
Tel. : 0232 - 30516107
HIMMATNAGAR
Gallops Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Near Motipura Circle, Opp. S.T. Workshop,
Shamlaji Highway, Himmatnagar - 383 001
Tel. : 02772 - 229525, 229524, 308000, 308001
JAM NAGAR
Gallops Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
Jamnagar - Rajkot Highway, Hapa,
Opp. Tata IB Motors, Jamnagar
Tel. : 0288 - 3216060
Workshop :
Jamnagar to Rajkot Highway, 8 - Happa,
Jamnagar - 320 120
Tel. : 0288 - 3921194 - 98
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Workshop 2 :
Opp. Amraivadi Post Office, Near Hatkeswar Circle,
Maninagar, Ahmedabad - 380 026
Tel. : 079 - 30486501 / 02 / 03
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BHARUCH
Shree Gopinathji Agencies
Showroom & Workshop :
Beside K.U & Company Petrol Pump,
NH-8, Village Vadadala, Bharuch - 392 015
Tel. : 02642 - 654245, 291303, 654845
Telefax : 02642 - 231584
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MEHSANA
Gallops Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Opp. Wide Angle, Nagalpur Highway,
Mehsana - 384 002
Tel. : 02762 - 241010, 302401 / 02 / 06
Fax : 02762 - 245151
NAVSARI
Monarch Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Mahalaxmi Estate, Near Bhana Petrol Pump,
Near Grid Char Rasta, N.H. No. 8, Navsari - 396424
Tel. : 02637 - 265788 / 265599
PALANPUR
Gallops Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Survey No. 525/1, Palanpur – Delhi Highway,
Near Palanpur - Deesa Char Rasta, Palanpur - 385001
RAJKOT
Gallops Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Survey No. 219/220, Opp. Parin furniture,
Next to Jay Ganesh, AT & PO,
Kotharia Gondal Highway, Rajkot - 360 003
Tel. : 0281 - 3205151, 2370006 / 8 / 9 / 10,
3983400, 3983407
Showroom 2:
Ground Floor, Fortune Square, Jalaram Street,
Near Kotecha Circle, Kotecha, Rajkot - 360001
Tel. : 9909992033
Service network 213
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SURAT
Empire Cars Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No. 3, Near Rangoli Hotel, Rundh,
Dumas Road, Surat - 395007
Tel. : 0261 - 6713300 / 33
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Nanavati Motors
Showroom:
Orchid Tower, Opp Intercity Township,
Puna Kumbharia road, Surat-395010
Tel.: 9879114447
Workshop :
Opp. SBI Bank, Puna Patiya,
Puna Kumbhariya Road, Surat-395010
Tel. : 0261-6456449/429/430
Fax : 0261-2647771
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SURENDRA NAGAR
Gallops Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No. 267, GIDC Vadhvan, Opp. Market Yards,
Near Rekha Bearings, Surendra Nagar
Tel. : 02752 - 321542 - 43
VAPI
Desai Automobiles
Showroom & Workshop :
At & Po : Balitha, Near Woodland Hotel,
National Highway No. 8,
Taluka Pardi, Vapi, Valsad - 395 015
Tel. : 0260 - 6531783, 2400250 - 51
Fax : 0260 - 2426525
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Showroom & Workshop 2 :
R. S. No. 7, Opp. Atladra Railway Station,
Atladra, Vadodara - 390 012
Tel. : 0265 - 2681050, 1060, 0187, 1010, 1020
Fax : 0265 - 2681050, 2354984
Monarch Cars Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom:
Umiya Nagar Society,
Near Shree Choshath Joganiyo Mata Mandir,
Udhna Magdalla Road, Surat-394210
Tel.: 0261-2720481, 2720482, 09825274707
Showroom & Workshop 3 :
3/A, Sahajanand Industrial Estate,
Munjmahuda, Akota, Vadodara - 390 020
Tel. : 0265 - 2681010, 2681020, 2359898, 2334109
Fax : 0265 - 2681050, 2681060
Workshop :
Next To Sameeti School, Patel Nagar Circle,
Udhna Gam, Surat - 394210
Tel.: 0261-3091001
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VADODARA
Shree Gopinathji Agencies
Showroom & Workshop :
Opp. Gujarat Elec. Board Sub Station,
(Near Prakuti Resort), Chhani, Baroda - 390002
Tel. : 0265 - 2761105 / 06
Workshop :
49, United Compound, Iasudiya Mori,
Dewas Naka, Indore
Tel. : 0731 - 470055, 56, 57
Fax : 0731 - 470054
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BHOPAL
Super Cars Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No. 21 Sector G, Govindpura Industrial Area,
J.K. Road, Bhopal - 462 021
Tel. : 0755 - 4028400, 4228201
Fax : 0755 - 4228203
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GWALIOR
Sumedha Vehicles Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Opp. Jhansi Road Police Station,
Jhansi Road, Gwalior - 474 009
Tel. : 0751 - 2422067, 4015789, 3291856
Fax : 0751 - 2348024
Chhabra Autolink Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
Plot no.-10 Vishnupuri Main, Near Medisquare
Hospital, Indore - 452001
Tel : 0731- 4267800
Workshop :
Plot no.- 11/11,11/12, Survey no.- 26, Gram Palada,
Khandwa Road, Indore - 452011
Tel : 0731 - 6656000
Varenayam Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
189, Angoori Bagh, Jinsi Road, Bhopal - 462008
Tel. : 0755 - 2575288 / 299 / 300
Fax : 0755 - 2579918
CHHINDWARA
Sunshine Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
College Road, Lalbagh, Chhindwara- 480001
Tel. : 0716 - 244125, 244129, 244193 / 194
Fax : 0716 - 244126
INDORE
Super Cars Ltd.
Showroom :
Saket Tower - 3A, Ratlam Kothi,
Near Geeta Bhavan Square, AB Road, Indore - 452 001
Tel. : 0731 - 4700053, 54
Telefax : 0731 - 4700052
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JABALPUR
Oriental Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
497, Karmeta, Near Padwar Kala,
Katangee Bye Pass Road, Jabalpur - 482 003
Tel. : 0761 - 3250007, 3260002, 3250003, 3290001
Fax : 0761 - 4027011
KHANDWA
Bedi Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Gram Rehmapur, Indore Road, Khandwa - 450 001
Tel. : 0733-2244075
RATLAM
Super Cars Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Jaora Road, Near RTO Office, Ratlam - 457 001
Tel. : 07412 - 260040
SATNA
Oriental Motors
Showroom :
Virat Nagar Colony, Pateri, Panna Road, Satna - 485 001
Tel. : 07672 - 229495
214 Service network
Workshop :
27, Industrial Area Near Union Floor, Rewa Road,
Satna - 485001
Tel. : 7672 -252763
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AHMEDNAGAR
Saideep Cars Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Survey No. 55/1B/2/1, Nagar Manmad Road,
Ahmednagar - 414 111
Tel. : 0241 - 2779225 - 7
Fax : 0241 - 2779228
AKOLA
Star Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
9/1, Geeta Nagar Near, Alankar Petrol Pump,
Akola - 444 005
Tel. : 07242800087 / 7350008428
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AMRAVATI
Star Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No. 8, Navathe Square Bandnera Road, Amravati
Tel. : 0721 - 2510199, 9921008861, 7350008426
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AURANGABAD
Soham Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No. 2 & 3, N-2, Mukundwadi, Airport Road,
Aurangabad - 431 003
Tel. : 0240 - 6603769, 6503769
Workshop 2 :
Plot No. 28 & 29, MIDC Chikalthana, Aurangabad
Tel. : 0240 - 2489411, 2474342 - 6
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BARAMATI
Mota Automotive Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
41 / 1 / B / 17, Nira Road, Kasba, Tehsil - Baramati,
Dist - Pune - 413102
Tel. : 02112 - 222212, 220212
CHANDRAPUR
ND Cars Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Gajanan Maharaj Mandir Square, Bapat Nagar,
Nagpur Road, Chandrapur - 442401
Tel.: 07172 - 646344/22
Workshop :
Ram Mandir Road, Somani Gram,
Next to Central Warehouse Corporation,
Oshiwara, Goregaon (West), Mumbai - 400 051
Tel. : 022 - 26765555
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AVK Automart Pvt. Ltd.
Workshop :
Fida Hussain Industrial Estate,
Near Samrat Hotel, Pandurang Wadi Road,
Mira Road (West), Mumbai - 401 104
Tel. : 022 - 28453178, 28455507, 28453564
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Nikhil Automobiles Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop 1 :
A 70, TTC Industry Area, Thane Belapur Road,
Kharghar, Near ICI Color Company,
Khoparkaine West, Navi Mumbai - 400 709
Tel. : 022 - 27780801, 40708888
Fax : 022 - 40708899, 27780805
DHULE
Jitendra Wheels Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
P-62, Behind Hotel Manas, MIDC Avdhan,
Dhule - 424 001
Tel. : 02562 - 281222 / 232
JALGAON
Soham Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
93/1, MIDC, RL Square Aurangabad Road,
Jalgaon - 425003
Tel. : 0257-2211151, 2270085
Showroom 2 :
264-265, Vaswani Chambers, Opp. Old Passport
Office, Pravhadevi, Mumbai - 400 025
Tel. : 022 - 434594444, 24221711-12
Fax : 022 - 24222713
KOLHAPUR
Unique Automobiles
Showroom & Workshop :
122/1, Pulachi Shiroli, Opp. Sangli Phata,
Kolhapur - 416 122
Tel. : 0230 - 2461518 - 19
Fax : 0230 - 2461520
Workshop 2 :
C/o Bharat Tiles & Marbles Ltd.,
Jaibhimnagar, Dharukhana Road, Reay Road (East),
Near Sujala Hotel, Mumbai - 400 010
Tel. : 022 - 64560303, 23774514 / 15 / 16
Fax : 022 - 23774505
Showroom 2 :
Ayodhya Park, Opp. Sangam Talkies,
Kavala Naka, Kolhapur - 416 001
Tel. : 0231 - 2535315, 2535425
Fax : 0231 - 2535615
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Workshop 3 :
Plot No. D - 238 - A, TTC Industrial Area,
MIDC Shiravane, Nerul, Navi Mumbai - 400 706
Tel. : 022 - 43448800
LATUR
Ajinkya Cars Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Barshi Road, Near Bidave Engineering College,
Beside Pramod Petrol Pump, Latur - 413531
Tel. : 02382 - 222600
MUMBAI
Ashtavinayak Auto Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
D Mall, Off Veera Desai Road, Andheri (West),
Mumbai - 400 053
Tel. : 022 - 66488888
Fax : 022 - 66488880
Workshop 4:
RC 27 F - O/W/P23, Brick Bunder Sewri,
Haybunder Road, Kala Chowki, Mumbai - 400033
Tel.: 022 - 64560303
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JMD VFM Cars India Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
471 A- 1st Floor KK Square, Adjoining Solitaire
Corporate Park, Near P&G Plaza Andheri (East),
Mumbai - 400099
Tel : 022- 28565900/02/03
Service network 215
Workshop :
Plot No. 48-A,Khairani Road, Opp. Gundecha
Chambers off, Sakivihar Road, Sakinaka Andheri
(East), Mumbai - 400072
Tel : 022- 28565900/01/02
Showroom & Workshop 2 :
Survey No 5/4, Najhate Nagar, kalewadi Main Road,
Thergaon, Pune - 411033
Tel. : 020 - 66326600, 66326632, 66326666
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NASIK
Jitendra Wheels Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
B-88, Arihant Plaza, MIDC, Ambad, Next to Hotel Taj,
Mumbai - Agra Highway, Nasik - 422 010
Tel. : 0253 - 2384432 / 632 / 832, 6636666, 6637777
Fax : 0253 - 2384532
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Workshop 2 :
Patel Tiles Compound, Sr.No. 42/1, Shivaji Nagar,
Behind ST Bus Stand, Pune - 411005
Tel. : 020 - 32424202, 65270809, 7774010500
PUNE
Platinum Chevrolet
Showroom & Workshop 1 :
Sr No 45/1/B/A, Shankarseth Road, Gutkewadi,
Pune - 411037
Tel. : 020 - 26440029
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Workshop :
Vale, Pune Road, Solapur - 413 001
Tel. : 0217 - 2500800
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SATARA
Unique Automobiles
Showroom & Workshop :
41, Mutha Colony, Sadar Bazar, Satara - 416 002
Tel. : 09623225299
SOLAPUR
Gandhi Wheels
Showroom :
163/1, Railway Lines, Solapur - 413 001
Telefax : 0217 - 2629400
SANGLI
Unique Automobiles
Showroom :
442-3, Kulkarni Complex, 100 feet road,
South Sivaji Nagar, Sangli - 416 416
Tel. : 0233 - 2326544
Fax : 0233 - 2326594
YAVATMAL
SARAS MOTORS
Pobaru Marketing & Agencies Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
Shop No. 5,6,7,8 Udhyog Bhavan,
Dharwha Road, Yavatmal - 445 001
Tel. : 07232 - 255991
Fax : 07232 - 255992
Workshop :
Block No. B-16 MIDC (Lohara), Yavatmal - 445001
Tel. : 07798883816
Fax : 07232 - 255992
Workshop 1 :
Reality Warehousing Pvt. Ltd., Gate No. 1337 / 1,
Pune Nagar, Wagholi, Pune - 412 307
Tel. : 020 - 46609999
Tajshree Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
Plot No. 1 Hindustan Colony, Wardha Road,
Nagpur - 440 002
Tel. : 0712 - 2250242 / 2250243 / 2250244
NANDED
Bafna Automotives
Showroom & Workshop :
Gut No. 235, Pimpalgaon (Mahadeo),
Nanded – Akola Road, Nanded - 431 607
Tel. : 02462 - 274069 / 652099, 311102
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Showroom 2 :
ICC Trade Centre, Showroom No. 4, Survey No. 403
A/2, Senepati Bapat Road, Pune - 411016
Tel. : 020 - 25666941 / 2 / 3 / 4
NAGPUR
Star Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
44 / 4, Wahajara, Kamptee Road,
NH - 7, Nagpur - 440 026
Tel. : 0712 - 6507836/37, 6507916, 6461503 / 04
Fax : 0712 - 2632429
Workshop :
Plot No. 679, Ghat Road,
Near Cotton Market Square, Nagpur - 440 018
Tel. : 0712 - 2734466 / 2734467
Singh Cycle & Motor Co.
Showroom 1 :
S. No. 38/4, Krishna Complex,
Hadapsar Bypass Road, Near Radisson Hotel,
Kharadi, Pune - 411 014
Tel. : 020 - 32419385 / 32319526
Workshop :
Kulkarni Complex, 100 Feet Road,
Near MSEB Sub-Station, Sangli - 416 416
Tel. : 0233 - 2326544
Fax : 0233 - 2326594
THANE
SC Auto Corporation
Showroom:
Modi House, Opp. to LIC Building, Naupada,
Eastern Express Highway, Thane (West),
Thane - 400 602
Tel. : 022 - 67610000
Fax : 022 - 67610209
Workshop :
Pioneer Estate Corporation, 133-134,
Pokhran Road No.2, Opp. Oswal Park,
Thane (West) - 400601
Tel. : 022 - 66040000
Fax : 022 - 66040102
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Angel Auto World Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop 1 :
Grishma garden, Gokhivare, Vasai East, Thane,
Mumbai (Vasai) - 401208
Tel :0250-6453030 /6061777
Showroom & Workshop 2 :
J-176, MIDC, Tarapur Road,
Boisar (West) - 401505
Tel. : 02525 - 655454 / 655353
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Nikhil Automobiles Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Survey No.6, Hissa No.6, Manpada Gaon,
Kalyan Shill Road, Dombivali (East) - 421204.
Tel. : 0251-3048888/3048899
STATE - CHATTISGARH
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BILASPUR
Vardhaman Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Near Uslapur Railway Crossing, Mungeli Road,
Sakri, Bilaspur
Tel. : 07752 - 217934 / 217935
RAIPUR
Vardhaman Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
9/1, Mahoba Bazar, GE Road, NH-6,
Kumhari Dist. - Durg, Raipur - 492 001
Tel. : 7489177999, 7883221999
Showroom 2 :
Ashoka Millenium, Ring Road,
Raipur - 492 0011
Tel. : 7714030104, 7712410008
Service network 217
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PORTBLAIR
Group Engineers
Showroom :
Prem Nagar Junction, (SY No 1394/1),
Haddo Post Port Blair - 744102
Tel. : 03192 - 230301, 242901
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ANANTPUR
Dheeraj Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Survey No. 239/2C & 241/1C, Kakkapali Gram
Panchayat, Opp. Sakshi News Paper Office,
Anantapur - 515 001
Workshop 2 :
1-8-670, Azamabad, RTC 'X' Road, Hyderabad-500020
Tel. : 040 - 27668678 / 27668761
Fax : 040 - 27668632
Workshop 3 :
Plot No. 21, Mini Industrial Estate,
Hafeezpet Road, Kondapur, Hyderabad - 500049
Tel. : 040 - 31906677
BHIMAVARAM
Orange Auto Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Door No. 2-25, # 6, Near Bharath petroleum bunk,
Undi Road, Bhimavaram - 534 202
Tel. : 9052781234 / 905224678
CHITTOOR
M.G. Brothers Automobiles (P) Limited
Showroom & Workshop :
NH 4, Near Iruvaram Check Post, Chittoor - 517 001
Tel.: 92470 00003, 9247000027
GUNTUR
Fusion Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No. 296 & 297, Opp. Sarvani Diesel Enginnering,
Autonagar Main Road, Autonagar, Guntur - 522001
Tel. : 0863 - 6454545
Showroom & Workshop 3 :
A2, Balanagar Techno Craft Industrial Estate,
Balanagar, Hyderabad - 500 037
Tel. : 040 - 23721111
Fax : 040 - 23729999
Showroom 3 :
Plot No.3 & 4, Ravi Colony, Main Road,
Kondapur, Hyderabad - 500084
Tel. : 040 - 45469999 / 89 / 79 / 69
Fax : 040 - 45469959
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Showroom & Workshop 2 :
16-2-705/1/1, Malakpet, Opp. Srukrupa Market,
Hyderabad - 500 036
Tel. : 040 - 66815555
Fax : 040 - 66179999
Showroom 2 :
House No. 1-3-1045, Viceroy Hotel Lane,
Kawadiguda Road, Hyderabad - 500 080
Tel. : 040 - 27532385 - 89
Fax : 040 - 27532384
Workshop :
Opp Womens Working Hostel, Dollygunj,
Port Blair, Junglighat Post, Portblair - 744103
Tel. : 03192 - 253044 / 253011
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HYDERABAD
Kun Automobiles (P) Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop 1 :
Plot No. 74, Snehapuri Colony, Near Andhra Bank,
Nagole Main Road, Nagole, Hyderabad – 500 035
Tel. : 040 - 24220013, 44886666, 44886767/700/701
Fax : 040 - 24220313
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Workshop 4 :
Plot No.37, Survey No.45,Vignan Junior College
Road, Kundapur, Hyderabad - 500081
Tel. : 040 - 31906699
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KHAMMAM
Fusion Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No. 11, Sri Sri Circle, Opp. Reliance Petrol Bunk,
Rotary Nagar, Bypass Road, Khammam - 507 002
Tel.: 9247623666, 8096991122
KURNOOL
Dheeraj Motors
Showroom :
Survey No. 133/1a & 131/1, NH-7,
Near Eenadu Press Office, Kurnool - 518 004
Tel. : 08518 - 253777
Fax : 08518 - 251777
Workshop :
NH-7 Road, Near APSP 2nd Battalian,
Ballary Chowrasta, Kurnool - 518 004
Tel. : 8518 - 253777
Orange Auto Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom 1 :
6-3-249/3, Abhinandan Towers, Road No. 1,
Banjara Hills, Hyderabad - 500 034
Tel. : 040 - 66515555
Fax : 040 - 66469999
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Workshop 1 :
B-45/46, Industrial Estate, Near Andhra Bank
Sanatnagar, Hyderabad - 500 018
Tel. : 040 - 66265555 / 66269999
KARIMNAGAR
Kun Automobiles (P) Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
M.No.8-6-128, Kothi Rampur, Hyderabad Highway
Road, Karim Nagar - 505 001
Tel. : 0878 - 2276633 / 9885520022
Fax : 0878 - 2276633
NELLORE
M.G. Brothers Automobiles (P) Limited
Showroom:
26-2-1777, Near Ayyappa Temple, Vedayapalem Area,
Nellore-524004
Tel:. 9247000000
218 Service network
Workshop :
Plot No. 95 & 96, Wood Complex,
Near Ayyappa Temple, Nellore - 524004
Tel. : 9247000022
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RAJAHMUNDRY
Orange Auto Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
D. No. 82-10-2, Venkateswara Nagar,
Near Lalacheruvu, Near ONGC Complex, NH-5 Road,
Rajahmundry - 533 103
Tel. : 0883 - 6575555 / 6580888
VISHAKHAPATNAM
Orange Auto Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
D. No.38-22-87, Varun Avenue, NH-5, Murali Nagar,
NH. Birla Junction, Vishakhapatnam - 530 075
Tel.: 0891 - 2572222, 9052402345
Showroom 2 :
D. No. 4-46-12, G. K. Mansiom, Pedawaltier,
Vishakhapatnam - 530 017
Tel.: 0891 - 2572222, 4444
Fax: 0891 - 6645555
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TIRUPATHI
M.G. Brothers Automobiles (P) Limited
Showroom:
11-46/A, Renigunta Road, Tirupathi - 517501
Tel.: 9299999970
Workshop :
Plot No: 254, Auto Nagar,
Near Vinayaka Temple, Renigunta Road,
Tirupathi - 517506
Tel.: 9247000024
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Workshop :
Opposite to Fusion Towers, 36-12-2,
Near Siddartha Public School, Moghul Rajapuram,
Vijayawada - 520 010
Tel. : 0866 - 6645593 / 94, 9603123777
VIJAYWADA
Fusion Motors
Showroom :
Fusion Towers, 36-12-2, Opposite to Siddartha
Public School, Moghul Rajapuram,
Vijayawada - 520 010
Tel. : 0866 - 6645555 / 9603123666
Fax : 0866 - 6645592
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WARANGAL
Kun Automobiles (P) Ltd.
Showroom :
Door No. 15-2-4-1-1 & 15-2-4,
Mulugu Cross, Warangal - 506 007
Tel. : 0870 - 2421955
Fax : 0870 - 2421955
Showroom & Workshop 2 :
No. 122/1, C. Shankar Reddy Layout, Kalyana Nagar,
Outer Ring Road, Bangalore - 560 043
Tel. : 080 - 43430300, 43430500
Fax : 080 - 43430308, 43430517
Showroom 3 :
14, Langford Avenue, Langford Road,
Bangalore - 560 025
Tel. : 080 - 4330300
Workshop :
H. No. 23-6-132, Hunter Road,
Opp. Citizens Club, Warangal
Tel. : 0870 - 2523377 / 88 / 99
Fax : 0870 - 2523399
Showroom 4 :
No. 300 A - 70, 36th Cross, 10th Main,
5th Block, Jay Nagar, Bangalore - 560 041
Tel. : 080 - 42542999
STATE - KARNATAKA
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BANGALORE
Frontline Automobiles
Workshop :
# 36/2 - A, Pattangere Main Road, Next to R.R. Nagar
RTO, Mysore Road, Bangalore - 560 059
Tel. : 080 - 28604682 / 28605550
Kropex India Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
49/1, Singasandara, Hosur Main Road,
Bangalore - 560 068
Tel. : 080 - 43574357
Fax : 080 - 43574353
Showroom 2 :
#7/1, Binnamangala, 100 Feet Road, 1st Stage,
Indira Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka - 560 038
Tel. : 080 - 42019013
Fax : 080 - 42019216
Workshop 2 :
Sy. No. 26, Hanumareddy Layout,
Chinnapanahalli Main Road, Marathahalli Post,
Bangalore - 560037
Tel. : 9663388812
Trident Automobiles Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
SY. No, 18/1B, (Old No 18/1C), Nayanda Halli Grama,
Kengeri Hobli, Bangalore - 560038
Tel. :080 - 67149191/292, 67149001
Showroom 5 :
# 95/3, Doddanekundi Village, Karthik Nagar,
Marathahalli, Bangalore - 560037
Tel. : 080-30651404
Workshop 3 :
No. 558/1,60 ft Road, 9th Cross, HAL 2nd Stage,
Old Airport Road, Behind Leela Palace,
Kodihalli, Indiranagar, Bangalore - 560008
Tel. : 080 - 49155858
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K.H.T. Chevrolet (A Division Of Morzaria Real
Tech Private Limited)
Showroom :
No: 725, West of Cord Road, Rajajinagar,
1st Stage, Mahalakshmi Layout, Bangalore - 560 086
Tel. : 080 - 49363636
Workshop :
No. 305, 5th Main Road, 2nd Cross, 4th Phase,
Peenya Industrial Area, Bangalore - 560 058
Tel. : 080 - 49353637
Service network 219
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BELGAUM
Bellad Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Shri Krishna Weaving Mill Compound,
Venguaral Road, Vijaya Nagar, Belgaum - 591 108
Tel. : 0831 - 2449556 / 557, 6514911
Fax : 0831 - 2472209
BELLARY
Bellad Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Near Bellary Rolling Mills, Anantpur Road,
Bellary - 583 101
Tel. : 08392 - 261234 / 5
Fax : 08392 - 261235
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DAVANGERE
Modi Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
#869/1-2, PB Road, Opposite Sai International Hotel,
Davangere - 577006
Tel. : 08192 - 233896
GULBARGA
VKG Motor World
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot - 1&2, Survey No. 116/2, Behind Mahendrakar
Complex, Kapnoor Humnabad Road, Gulbarga - 585104
Tel. : 08472 - 224555
Fax : 08472 - 258019
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HUBLI
Bellad Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Opp. NGEF, Rayapura, Dharwad,
P. B. Road, Hubli-580025
Tel .: 0836 - 2218338 / 39
Telefax : 0836 - 2218337
MANGALORE
Frontline Automobiles
Showroom & Workshop :
NH-17, Kullur, Mangalore - 575 013
Tel. : 0824 - 2453091, 2453162, 2453092
Telefax : 0824 - 2459391
MYSORE
SHIMOGA
Frontline Automobiles
Showroom & Workshop :
Shankar Mutth Road, Shimoga - 577 201
Tel. : 08182 - 229099
Fax : 08182 - 229098
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UDUPI
Frontline Automobiles
Showroom :
Shekinah Manor, D. No. 10-47-A1,
Near Laxmi Venkatesh Temple, NH-17,
Ambagilu, Puttur, Santhekatte Post, Udupi - 576 105
Tel. : 0820 - 2581999
Fax : 0820 - 2583801
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Workshop :
NH-17, Behind IOCL Fuel Station,
Katapady, Udupi - 574 105
STATE - KERALA
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Showroom 2 :
33/2440B, Geetanjali Junction, NH Byepass
Chakkaraparambu, Cochin - 682 032
Tel. : 0484 - 2343146
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Dyuthi Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
No. 201 / 1 & 2, Hunsur Road, Hinkal Village,
Mysore -570017
Tel. : 0821 - 4240500 - 16
Fax : 0821 - 4241899
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ALLEPPEY
Geeyam Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
Koorayil Annex, Opp. Bhattathiripurayidom,
Near MCH Junction, Alappuzha, Alleppey - 688 001
Tel. : 0477 - 2238501
CALICUT
German Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
118-A, Chungam Junction, West Hill, Calicut - 673005
Tel. : 0495 - 2383680 / 81, 2383770 / 71
Fax : 0495 - 3041100, 2381909
COCHIN
Geeyem Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
11/336, NH-47 Bye Pass, Nettor P.O.,
Ernakulam, Cochin - 682 304
Tel. : 0484 - 2703245 - 49, 3097100, 3097101
Fax : 0484 - 2703244
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CHALAKKUDY
Geeyem Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
IX/461A, B, Panampilly College, NH-47, Potta,
Chalakkudy - 680722
Tel. : 0480 - 2705125, 2705123
KANJRAPALLI
Geeyem Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
Near A K J M School, K K Road, Kanjirappally
(Kottayam Dt.)
Tel. : 0482 - 8201616
KANNUR
German Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
BP6-14A, Valapattanam, Kannur - 670 010
Tel. : 0497 - 2774466 - 67, 3057200
Fax : 0497 - 27744666, 3057200
KASARGOD
German Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
15/89B, Citizen Nagar, Chengala, Kasargod - 671123
Tel. : 04994 - 302200 - 10
Fax : 04994 - 302211
KAYAKULAM
Geeyam Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
NH-47, Near MSM College, Kayakulam - 690 502
Telefax : 0479 - 2446650
KODANGULUR
Geeyem Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
XII/ 121-122, Opp. Medicare Hospital,
Kottapuram PO, TKS Puram, Kodungalur - 680 667
Tel. : 0480 - 2803561 / 62
220 Service network
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KOTAYYAM
Geeyam Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Karithas Junction, Thellakom P.O., Kotayyam-686016
Tel. : 0481 - 2792203
Fax : 0481 - 2792383
KOLLAM
Deedi Motors
Showroom :
Post Office Junction, Pallimukku, Kollam - 691 010
Tel. : 0474 - 3257777 / 2725959
Fax : 0474 - 2725900
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Workshop :
Cantonment, North Nagar, Pullikada, Kollam - 691001
Tel. : 0474 - 2750010 / 11
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KOTTAKKAL
German Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
260A, Palathara, Cherusola P.O., Kottakkal,
Malappuram
Tel. : 0494 - 2611666
MUVATTUPUZHA
Geeyam Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
Mackar Plaza, EEC Market Road, PNB Junction,
Muvattupuzha - 686 673
Tel. : 0485 - 606600, 2835272 / 73
Fax : 0485 - 2832554
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Workshop :
902/903,Opp. Mackar Plaza, EEC Market Road,
PNB Junction, Muvattupuzha - 686 673
Tel. : 0485 - 2835272 / 73
Fax : 0485 - 2832554
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MUTTUM
Geeyem Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
SY NO: 70/15, 71/10, Thai Kkattukara P.O, N H Road,
Distt. Aluva, Muttum, Cochin - 683106
Tel. : 0484 - 2632193 / 94 / 95 / 96 / 97
PERINTHALMANNA
German Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
AP-IV 664F, Opp. ITC, Tirurkad,
Perinthalmanna - 679 531
Tel. : 04933 - 325060, 237000, 239878
Telefax : 04933 - 2737000
PALAKKAD
Geeyam Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Door No. 8/1198, NH Bypass Road,
Chandra Nagar, Palakkad - 678 007
Tel. : 0491 - 2504133
Fax : 0491 - 2504143
PATHANAMTHITTA
Deedi Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Kumbazhethu Buildings, Churulicode P.O.,
Kozhencherry Road, Pathanamthitta - 689 645
Tel. : 0468 - 2272079, 2272080
Fax : 0468 - 2272078
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WAYNAD
German Motors
Showroom / Workshop :
Muttil - Post, North Kalpetta, Waynad - 673 122
Tel. : 04936 - 304200 / 202414
Fax : 04936 - 304201
STATE - PONDICHERRY
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THIRUVALLA
Deedi Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
No. 54/2, Kurusumoottil Buildings,
M C Road, Mazhuvangad, Thiruvalla - 689 101
Tel. : 0469 - 2740800
THRISSUR
Geeyem Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
14/3-A1, Guruvayoor Road Puzhakkal,
Ayyanthole P.O., Thrissur - 680 003
Tel. : 0487 - 2388945 - 46, 2388851 - 52
Fax : 0487 - 2388851
TRIVENDRUM
Deedi Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom / Workshop :
Erumalathopu, N.H. Bye Pass Road, Venpalvattom,
Anayara P.O., Trivendrum - 695 029
Tel. : 0471 - 2556006, 3257777, 2558599, 2558499
Fax : 0471 - 2551020
PONDICHERRY
Aakash Auto Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
No. 1, Sounderrajan, 100 ft. Road, Sounder Rajan
Nagar, Mudaliarpet, Pondicherry - 605 004
Tel. : 0413 - 2204400
Fax : 0413 - 2204033
Workshop :
No. 23, 9th Cross, Metupallyam,
Industrial Estate, Pondicherry - 605 009
Tel. : 0413 - 2279900
STATE - TAMIL NADU
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CHENNAI
Sundaram Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
180, Anna salai Road, Chennai - 600 006
Tel. : 044 - 28579203 / 28 / 32
Fax : 044 - 28579210
Workshop 2:
116/4 Mahalakshmi Nagar Extention,
Numbal Village Thirverkadu Post, Chennai - 600077
Tel.: 044 - 26493020/21
Workshop :
Near Boating Station, Puzhakkal Post Office,
Thrissur - 680553
Tel. : 0487 - 2225100, 2225101
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KLN Motors Agencies Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom 1 :
Old No. 861, New No. 232, Poonamallee High Road,
Kilpauk, Chennai - 600 010
Tel : 044 - 23452937 / 38
Telefax : 044 - 23452936
Service network 221
Workshop 1 :
Shop No. 50, SIDCO Industrial Area,
Ambattur, Chennai - 600 058
Tel. : 044 - 23452930 - 32
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Showroom & Workshop 2 :
No. 8-NP, Developed Plot, Guindy Industrial Estate,
Ekkattuthangal, Near Kasi Theatre, Chennai - 600097
Tel. : 044 - 23458941 / 42
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CUDDALORE
Aakash Auto Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop:
RS No.155/11, Vadalur Main Road, Periamedu,
Karaikadu Village, Cuddalore Taluk,
Cuddalore - 607005
Tel.: 04142-297997, 7373299933, 7373599933
COIMBATORE
Anamallais Agencies (P) Ltd.
Showroom :
252, Mettupalayam Road, Coimbatore - 641 043
Tel. : 0422 - 2435555 / 2432999
Fax : 0422 - 2446151
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Pressana Automobile
Showroom :
No. 1987, Trichy Main Road, LCT Complex,
Coimbatore - 641005
Tel. : 0422 - 4041111
Workshop :
505/1, Sowaripalayam Main Road,
Ramanathapuram, Coimbatore - 641045
Tel. : 0422 - 4051111
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ERODE
Pressana Automobile
Showroom & Workshop :
No.1, ChinnaKadu Thottam,
Veerapampalayam, Dhindal P.O., Erode - 638 012
Tel. : 0424 - 2276046 / 47
Fax : 0424 - 2276048
Workshop :
276/85, Tiruchengode Main Road,
Opp. Old Lakshmi Kalyana Mandapam,
Namakkak - 637 001
Workshop :
2/2, 1E, Balaji Nagar, Rayakottai Road,
Opp. to LUK India, Hosur - 635109
Tel. : 04344 - 291033
Workshop :
249A, Mettupalayam Bye Pass Road,
Coimbatore - 641043
Tel. : 0422 - 2433444
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HOSUR
Thriive Cars
Showroom :
2, Rajappa Mudaliar Building,
NH-7, Krishnagiri, Bangalore Byepass Road, Hosur
Tel. : 04344 - 644588
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KARUR
Pressana Automobile
Showroom & Workshop :
No.3, Salem Byepass Road, Kulathupalayam,
Karur - 635 006
Tel. : 04324 - 222301
Fax : 04324 - 222302
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MADURAI
A.R.A.S. Motors (P) Ltd.
Showroom :
35/1, Dindigul National Highway,
Near A. R. C. Parcel Service, Villangudi,
Madurai - 625018
Tel. : 0452 - 2669617, 3091917
Fax : 0452 - 2669618
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Workshop :
Plot No. 64 & 68, Thiruvalavayanallur Post,
National Highway No. 7, Opp Arokya Milk
Processing Unit, Nagari, Madurai - 625 221
Tel. : 0452 - 2463612 / 13 / 14
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NAGERCOIL
A.R.A.S. Motors (P) Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop:
2/86, Tirunelveli Main road,
Ozhuginasery, Nagercoil - 629 001
Tel. : 04652 - 644664 (Showroom)
04652 - 272443 (Workshop)
NAMAKAL
Thriive Cars
Showroom :
5/58, Salem Main Road, Namakal
Tel. : 04286 - 275603
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PUDUKOTTAI
Jayaraj Karz
Showroom & Workshop :
5915/1, Khalif Nagar, Thirumayam Road,
Pudukottai - 622 001
Tel. : 04322 - 262223
PERAMBALUR
Jayaraj Karz
Showroom & Workshop :
No. 36, Trichy to Chennai Highway, Eraiyur,
Veppanthattai, Perambalur, Tamilnadu - 621 133
Tel. : 9244222728
SALEM
Thriive Cars
Showroom & Workshop :
1116, Salem Chennai Highway Road,
Near Holy Cross, Hr. Sec. School,
Ammapet, Salem - 636 014
Tel. : 0427 - 2242603
Fax : 0427 - 2242604
TRICHY
Jayaraj Karz
Showroom & Workshop :
Madurai Main Road, Panjapur, Trichy - 620 012
Tel. : 0431 - 2906420 / 6541207
Fax : 0431 - 2202187
THIRUNELVELLI
A.R.A.S. Motors (P) Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
1183/3, National Highway Jothipuram,
Konganthanparai, Thirunelvelli - 627 007
Tel. : 0462 - 2551070, 3269638
Fax : 0462 - 2554111
TIRUPUR
Anamallais Agencies Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
396/6, Kamaraj Road, Palladam Road,
Tirupur - 641 604
Tel. : 0421 - 2918999
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THANJAVUR
Jayaraj Karz
Showroom & Workshop :
Pudukottai Bye - Pass Road, Thanjavur
Tel. : 04362 - 226452
VELLORE
Sayar Cars
Showroom & Workshop :
S.F. No. 3004, New By Pass Road,
Near Collectorate, Vellore - 632004
Tel.: 0416 - 2222017
Service network 223
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ITANAGAR
Sango Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
NH-52A, Near Shiv Mandir, 6 Km
Between Nahalagun, Dist. Papumpare
Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh - 791 110
Tel. : 0360 - 2001166 / 67, 2033153
STATE - ASSAM
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BONGAIGAON
Raj N Dibyani Automobiles
Showroom & Workshop :
Near Lower Assam Hospital, Chapaguri Road,
North Bongaigaon, Bongaigaon
Tel.: 03664 - 231890, 230545
DIBRUGARH
Pashupati Traders
Showroom & Workshop :
P. N. Road, Chiring Chapori, Dibrugarh - 786 001
Tel. : 0373 - 2323281
Telefax : 0373 - 2323296
GUWAHATI
Srishti Automobiles Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
Opp. Pantaloons, G S Road, Rukminigaon,
Guwahati, Assam - 781 022
Tel. : 0361 - 2223666
Fax : 0361 - 2223888
SHIBSAGAR
Pashupati Traders
Showroom & Workshop :
KPM Chariali, Shivasagar, Shivasagar - 785 640
Tel. : 03772 - 220082 / 88
NAGAON
LB Motor (A Unit of Borah & Sons Pvt. Ltd)
Showroom & Workshop:
AT Road, Dimarguri, Nagaon - 782003
Tel.: 03672- 253157
TEZPUR
GNB Motors
Showroom :
P.O. Nikamul, Beside Udyanpath,
Tezpur - 784001
Tel. : 03712 - 255999
Workshop :
P.O. Nikamul, Udyanpath,
Tezpur - 784001
Tel. : 03712 - 255998
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TINSUKIA
Dhansri Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Opposite New Tinsukia Railway Junction,
A.T. Road, Hijuguri, Tinsukia - 786125.
Tel. : 0374 - 2311397
Workshop :
Bhootnath Road, Sahadurpur, PS Agamkuan,
Patna - 800 020
Tel. : 0612 - 2341151
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MUZAFARPUR
Pandey Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Mithila Body Builders, NH-18,
Bhagwanpur, Muzafarpur - 842 001
Tel. : 0621 - 2252762
PATNA
Pandey Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
Pandey Plaza, Exhibition Road, Patna - 800 001
Tel. : 0612 - 2205195, 3955491
Fax : 0612 - 2205196
GAYA
Brijnandan Automobile Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
727 Old 1026 / New No. NH - 83,
Near BMP - 3, Gaya - 823004
Tel. : 0631 -2200131
PURNEA
Hare Krishna Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Damka Chowk, NH - 31, Gulabbagh, Purnea - 854326
Tel. : 9234323211
STATE - JHARKHAND
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STATE - BIHAR
Workshop :
Radha Nagar, VIP Road, Six mile, Guwahati,
Assam - 781 022
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SILCHAR
Smart Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
NH-54, Ramnagar, Silchar - 788 008
Tel. : 03842 - 268701, 9207042806
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BOKARO
Power Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
N-1, City Centre, Sector - 4,
Bokaro Steel City, Bokaro - 827004
Tel. : 0654 2- 233555 / 232977
Fax : 06542 - 232988
HAZARIBAGH
Laxmi Auto
Showroom & Workshop :
Zulu Park Road, Near SBI Main Branch,
Hazaribagh - 825301
Tel. : 06546 - 222929
JAMSHEDPUR
Narbheram Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
M-4, Phase-VI, Adityapur Industrial Area,
P.O. Gamaria, Jamshedpur - 832 108
Tel. : 0657 - 3293612, 3297763, 3290649, 6510531
Telefax : 0657 - 2200532
RANCHI
Rahul Automobiles Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom 1 :
Piska More, Ratu Road, Ranchi - 834 005
Tel. : 0651 - 2510251 / 52
224 Service network
Showroom 2 :
Line Tank Road, MR Tower, Ranchi - 834 001
Tel. : 0651 - 3298436
Fax : 0651 - 2510252
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BALASORE
Venus Auto Works Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop:
NH - 5, Remuna Golai, Januganj,
Near Bhatter Mill, Balasore -756 019
Tel. : 06782 - 244013, 244014
BHUBANESWAR
Venus Auto Works Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
A/62, Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar - 751 003
Tel. : 0674 - 3019999 (Showroom)
0674 - 3019900, 3270444, 9337070444
(Workshop)
Telefax : 0674 - 3019908
Super Sales Automobiles Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No. 644/2148, NH-5, Pahal,
Bhubneswar, Dist - khurda - 752 101
Tel. : 0674 - 2463913, 2463914, 6543010 / 11
CUTTACK
Super Sales Automobiles Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
Rudrapur, NH - 5, Pratap Nagri, Cuttack - 753 011
Tel. : 0671 - 2686878
Fax : 0671 - 2686889
SAMBALPUR
Bharat Motors Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
9, Industrial Estate, Near Central School,
Bareipali, Sambalpur - 768 006
Tel. : 0663 - 2402736, 2405286
Fax : 0663 - 2585894
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Dulichand Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
"Shrachi Towers", 686 Anandapur,
E.M. Bypass, Near Ruby Hospital, Kolkatta - 700 107
Tel. : 033 - 24431801 - 02, 40141616
Fax : 033 - 40141624
STATE - WEST BENGAL
Workshop :
Ratu Road, Near Kamre Ashram, Ranchi - 834 005
Tel. : 0651 - 2511558 / 564, 3241206
STATE - ORISSA
ROURKELA
Balaram Motors
Showroom & Workshop :
Opposite Pahadi Kanta, Vedvyash, Rourkela - 769 041
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Workshop :
5/51, Jagatipota, Ahalya Nagar,
Opp. Jagatipota Kisan Market, Kolkatta - 700 099
Tel. : 033 - 40161718, 24264224, 24264214
ASANSOL
Shaila Autotech
Showroom & Workshop :
NH-2, Chanda More, Asansol - 713 339
Telefax : 0341 - 2343704 / 705
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Devansh Auto Sales Pvt. Ltd.
Workshop :
49, DC Dey Road, Lane Beside Silver Sprin,
E M By-Pass Road, Kolkata - 700015
Tel. : 033 - 23296666
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Longia Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Workshop 1 :
15/1D, Sahanagar Road, (Near Rashbehari Avenue
Crossing), Kolkatta - 700 026
Tel. : 033 - 66270100 / 119
Fax : 033 - 66270121
HOWRAH
Priti Motor Udyog (P) Ltd.
Showroom :
NH-6, Bombay Howrah Highway, Howrah
KOLKATA
OSL Autotech Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom :
2/1A, Sarat Bose Road, Lansdowne Towers,
Kolkata - 700 020
Tel. : 033 - 66270400
Workshop 2 :
Budge Budge Trunk Road, Rampur, P.O. : Gobindopur,
P.S. : Maheshtala, Kolkata - 700 141
Tel. : 033 - 66270222/223/205
Fax : 033 - 66270208
Workshop :
49 E, Topsia Road South, Kolkata - 700 046
Tel. : 033 - 66270500
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Speed Autotech
Showroom :
"The Meridian", Kazi Nazrul Islam Sarani,
(VIP Road), Kolkata - 700 059
Tel. : 033 - 25007915 - 9
Fax : 033 - 40150824
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Workshop 1 :
241/2B, APC Road, Opp. Khanna Cinema,
Kolkata - 700 004
Tel. : 033 - 25551370 / 72 / 73 / 74, 25552509
Workshop 2 :
108 F, Nilgunge Road, Agarpara, Kolkata - 700058
Tel. : 033 - 25552509
SILIGURI
Kaysons Automotive Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
IIIrd Mile, Checkpost,
Opp. New Eastern Bypass Road,
Sevoke Road, Siliguri - 734 401
Tel. : 0353 - 2544533 - 35, 2777723
Fax : 0353 - 2544456
STATE - MANIPUR
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IMPHAL
Rajpri Enterprise
Showroom & Workshop :
Chigmeirong Mamang Leikai,
Imphal East, Imphal - 795 001
Tel. : 0385 - 2421183
Service network 225
STATE - NAGALAND
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DIMAPUR
Urban Station
Showroom & Workshop :
NSC Petrol Pump, NH-39, 6th Mile, Kohima Road,
Dimapur, Nagaland - 797 112
Tel. : 03862 - 240994, 240992
STATE - TRIPURA
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AGARTALA
Sri Krishna Automobiles
Showroom & Workshop :
Plot No. 4612 & 4615, Shanihani,
Airport Road, Agartala, Tripura West - 799 001
Tel. : 0381 - 2342566
STATE - MEGHALAYA
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SHILLONG
DH Royal Cars
Showroom & Workshop :
Parkview, Fire Brigade,
Shillong - 793 014
Tel. : 0364 - 2520481, 2520477
STATE - SIKKIM
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GANGTOK
GEN X Motors
Showroom :
5th Mile, Jhordhara, Tadong, Gangtok - 737 102
Tel. : 03592 - 202515
Fax : 03592 - 203171
Workshop :
C/o Garima Enterprise, P.S. Road, Gangtok - 737 101
Tel. : 03592 - 202515
STATE - MIZORAM
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AIZAWL
Highland
Showroom & Workshop :
A-L Road, Zemabawk, Aizawl - 796017
Tel. : 0389 - 2351916
226 Service network
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SRI LANKA
Mag City Motor Company Pvt. Ltd.
Showroom & Workshop :
No. 320A, Darley Road,
Colombo - 10, Sri Lanka
Tel. : 0094777410407
BHUTAN
Global Trade
Showroom :
Lkahilham, Changgankha,
Thimphu, Bhutan
Workshop :
Post Box No. 1037, Olarongcchu,
Thimphu, Bhutann
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