Get To Know Your Cruze - Owner Center

Get To Know Your Cruze - Owner Center
Review this Quick Reference Guide for an overview of some important features in your Chevrolet
Cruze. More detailed information can be found in your Owner Manual. Some optional equipment
described in this guide may not be included in your vehicle. For easy reference, keep this guide with
your Owner Manual in your glove box.
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INSTRUMENT PANEL
Exterior Lamp
Control
Instrument Panel
Illumination
Control
Fuse Panel
Access
Hood
Release Lever
Turn Signal Lever/
Driver Information
Center ControlsF
Cruise
Control
Buttons
Instrument Windshield
Cluster Wipers Lever
Tilt/Telescopic
Steering Wheel
Lever
Audio Steering
Wheel ControlsF
Instrument Cluster Symbols
Check Engine
Charging System
Oil Pressure
Security
Power Steering
Airbag Readiness
StabiliTrak/Traction
Control Active
2
Safety Belt
Reminder
Brake System
Lights On
Antilock Brake System
Low Tire Pressure
Cruise Control Set
StabiliTrak/Traction
Control Off
Trunk
Release
Climate Controls/
Driver’s Heated
Seat ButtonF
Infotainment
System
Climate
Controls
StabiliTrak
Button
Hazard Warning
Flashers Button
Climate Controls/
Passenger’s Heated
Seat ButtonF
Refer to your Owner Manual to learn about the information being relayed by the lights, gauges and
indicators of the instrument cluster.
See In Brief in your Owner Manual.
F Optional equipment
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REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY TRANSMITTER (KEY FOB)
Unlock
Press to unlock the driver’s door.
Press again to unlock all doors.
Lock
Press to lock all doors. The driver’s
door will not lock when open if
the Unlocked Door Anti Lock
Out feature is turned on.
Vehicle Locator/Panic Alarm
Press and hold briefly to locate
your vehicle. The turn signal lamps
will flash and the horn will sound.
Press and hold for 3 seconds to
activate the alarm. The turn signal
lamps will flash and the horn will
sound until the button is pressed
again or the ignition is turned on.
Trunk
Press and hold to unlock the trunk.
Remote Vehicle StartF
Press and release the Lock button
and then press and hold the
button
until the turn signal lamps flash to start
the engine from outside the vehicle.
After entering the vehicle, turn the
ignition to the ON position.
• During a remote start,
the engine will run for
10 minutes.
• Press and hold the
­button until the parking
lamps turn off to cancel a
remote start.
Note: Open Vehicle Settings
in the Configuration menu to
change the remote lock, unlock,
and remote start settings.
If the remote start heated seatFoption
is selected, the heated seat button indicators do
not illuminate and the temperature performance
of the unoccupied heated seat may be reduced
during the remote start. The heated seat turns
off when the ignition is turned on.
See Keys, Doors and Windows in your Owner Manual.
DOOR LOCKS
To lock or unlock all doors, press the power door
the driver’s door.
Lock/
Unlock button located on
Note: Open Vehicle Settings in the Configuration menu to change the lock and unlock settings.
To open a locked door from inside, pull the inside door handle to unlock the door and
then pull the door handle again to open the door.
To prevent passengers from opening a rear door from the inside, use the key to turn the
safety lock, located on the inside edge of each rear door, to the horizontal position.
See Keys, Doors and Windows in your Owner Manual.
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F Optional equipment
KEYLESS ACCESS SYSTEMF
The Keyless Access System enables operation of the doors, ignition and trunk without
removing the transmitter from a pocket or purse. The system will recognize the transmitter
when it is within 3 feet of the vehicle.
Keyless Unlocking/Locking
With the transmitter within range of the
vehicle, press the button on a door
­handle to unlock the driver’s door or
all doors.
Press the button on a door handle and
all doors will lock if the ignition is off, the
transmitter is removed from the vehicle,
and all doors are closed.
Note: Open the Vehicle Settings in the Configuration menu to change the unlock and lock settings.
Keyless Trunk Opening
With the transmitter within range, press the trunk release button above the license plate.
See Keys, Doors and Windows in your Owner Manual.
KEYLESS STARTF
Start
With the vehicle in Park or Neutral, press the brake pedal and then press and hold the
START/STOP button to start the engine.
Note: The transmitter must be in the vehicle to turn on the ignition. If the Driver Information Center
displays No Remote Detected or Replace Battery in Remote Key, place the transmitter in the center
console pocket to enable the engine to start. (See the Owner Manual for instructions.)
Stop
Shift to Park and press the START/STOP button to turn off the engine.
Accessory
With the engine off, press the START/STOP button once to place the ignition system in the
accessory position.
See Driving and Operating in your Owner Manual.
F Optional equipment
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SEAT ADJUSTMENTS
Manual Driver’s Seat
A.Seat Fore/Aft Adjustment
Lift the handle under the front of
the seat near the console to slide the
seat forward or rearward.
B
C
A
Power Driver’s SeatF
B
A
B. Seat Height Adjustment
Ratchet the middle lever to raise or
lower the seat.
C.Seatback Recline Adjustment
Lift the rear lever to recline or raise
the seatback.
A.Seat Adjustment
Move the control to move the seat
­forward or rearward and to raise,
lower or tilt the seat.
B. Seatback Recline Adjustment
Lift the rear lever to recline or raise
the seatback.
See Seats and Restraints in your Owner Manual.
TILT/TELESCOPIC STEERING WHEEL
With the vehicle in Park, push down the lever on the left side of the steering column to
adjust the steering wheel. The steering wheel can then be moved up or down and in or
out. Pull up the lever to lock the steering wheel in place.
See Instruments and Controls in your Owner Manual.
SUN VISORS
Detach either sun visor from its center mount and pivot it to block the glare of the sun in
a side window. On the driver’s side only, the visor will slide along the visor rod.
See Keys, Doors and Windows in your Owner Manual.
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F Optional equipment
CLIMATE CONTROLS
Temperature
Control
Bi-level Mode
Rear Window
Defogger
Floor Mode
Recirculation
Mode
Defog Mode
Air Conditioning
Mode
Vent Mode
Fan Speed
Control/Off
Defrost
Mode
Recirculation Mode
The Recirculation Mode can help to quickly cool the air inside the vehicle or prevent
­outside odors from entering the vehicle. It is not available while the Defog or Defrost Mode
is selected. When the Recirculation Mode is used without air conditioning, the air humidity
increases and the windows may fog.
Automatic OperationF
1.Press AUTO.
2. Set the temperature. Allow time for the system to automatically reach the desired
­temperature.
Note: When outside temperature and vehicle temperature are cold, fan speed will not increase until
warmer air is available.
See Climate Controls in your Owner Manual.
F Optional equipment
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BASE AUDIO SYSTEM
Refer to your Owner Manual for important safety information about using the infotainment system
while driving.
1–6:
Favorite
preset Previous Play/
stations radio station Pause
Power/
Volume
8
BAND:
AM, FM,
XMF
INFO:
Display
available
Next
song
radio
station information
CD/AUX:
Play a CD
or portable
audio device
F Optional equipment
CONFIG:
Open the
Configuration
menu
FAV:
Display
TONE:
pages of
Open
favorite radio the Tone
CLOCK
stations
menu
MUTE/
PHONE
­­MENU:
Tune radio
stations/Open
and select
menus
Eject disc
AS:
Autostore list
of stations with
the strongest
signal
BACK:
Move back
one level in
the menus
See Infotainment System in your Owner Manual.
BASE AUDIO SYSTEM
Setting the Time
1. Press the Power button to turn on the radio.
2. Press the CLOCK button; or press the CONFIG button, turn the MENU knob to highlight
Time and Date Settings, and then press the knob to select it.
3. Turn the MENU knob to highlight the desired time or date item; press the knob to
select it.
4. Turn the MENU knob to change the value; press the knob to confirm the set value.
5. Press the BACK button to exit each menu.
Storing Favorite Stations
Radio stations from all bands (AM, FM or XM) can be stored, in any order, on up to six
pages of favorites.
1. Tune in the desired radio station.
2. Press the FAV button to display the page where the station is to be stored.
3. Press and hold one of the six numeric pushbuttons until the station is heard,
indicating it is stored.
4. Repeat the steps for each pushbutton on each page.
Autostore Stations
Press the AS button for two seconds to automatically store the 12 strongest AM or FM
stations as autostore presets. Press the AS button to alternate between autostore
­station pages (AS displays on the radio).
Portable Audio Devices
C
A
B
A 3.5-mm auxiliary input jack (A) and a
USB portF (B) are located in the center
console. Route the device wires through
the wire exit (C) of the console lid.
A portable audio device connected to the
auxiliary input jack can be controlled only
by using the portable device controls. To
optimize speaker volume, fully increase the
volume level of the portable device.
Compatible devices connected to the
USB port can be controlled by the audio
system. Not all devices may be supported. Use the MENU knob and the audio
steering wheel controls to access various
functions and to disconnect a USB device.
See Infotainment System in your Owner Manual.
F Optional equipment
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BASE AUDIO SYSTEM
Bluetooth® System
Before using a Bluetooth-enabled device in the vehicle, it must be paired with the
in-vehicle Bluetooth system. Not all devices will support all functions. The pairing
process is disabled when the vehicle is moving. For more information, visit
www.gmtotalconnect.com.
Pair a Phone
1. To use voice recognition, press the
Push to Talk button; after the beep,
say “Pair.”
To use the screen buttons, press the CONFIG button and then touch Phone Settings >
Bluetooth > Pair Device.
2. Start the pairing process on the phone. Locate your vehicle name on the phone.
3. Enter the four-digit code that appears on the touch screen into the phone or confirm the
six-digit code on the phone.
Storing Phone Numbers as Name Tags
Up to 30 phone numbers can be stored as name tags in the Hands-Free Directory.
1. Press the
Push to Talk button.
2. After the beep, say “Store,” immediately followed by a phone number (e.g. “Store 123555-1212”). Do not pause while speaking. The system prompts to assign a name tag to
the phone number.
Using Bluetooth to Make Calls
1. Press the
Push to Talk button.
2. After the beep, say “Call” or “Dial,” immediately followed by a stored name tag or 10- or
7-digit phone number (e.g. “Call John at Work” or “Dial 123-555-1212”). Do not pause
while speaking. A name tag must have been previously stored.
Voice Pass-Thru
Voice Pass-Thru allows access to the voice recognition commands on the cell phone. This
can be used as an alternative to creating stored name tags.
1. Press the
Push to Talk button; after the beep, say “Voice.”
2. The system responds “OK, accessing <phone name.>” The cell phone must have been
paired with the Bluetooth system.
3. Say a voice command (e.g. “Call John”). The cell phone’s normal prompt messages will
be heard according to the phone’s operating instructions.
See Infotainment System in your Owner Manual.
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UPLEVEL AUDIO SYSTEMF
Refer to your Owner Manual for important safety information about using the Bluetooth system
while driving.
Chevrolet MyLink uses a Bluetooth or USB connection to link to a compatible mobile
device, such as a smartphone, cell phone, USB flash drive or portable audio player/iPod®.
MyLink enables streaming audio through a smartphone and hands-free voice control. For
assistance with the MyLink system, contact Customer Assistance at 1-855-4-SUPPORT
(1-855-478-7767) or visit www.chevrolet.com/mylink.
FAV:
DEST:
RPT NAV: CONFIG:
INFO:
Pages of TONE:
1–6:
AS:
NAV:
Repeat Open the Available
favorite
Favorite Open the
Open Autostore
voice
song
radio the Tone presets
preset Destination Map
Settings
stations menuF screenF guidanceF menu information CLOCK stations menu
list
HOME:
Power/ Previous Home
radio
screen
Volume
station,
track or file
SRCE:
Next radio
Select
Play/
station,
Pause the audio
source track or file
­­MENU/SEL:
Tune radio Eject
disc
stations/
Phone/
Open and
Mute
select menus
BACK:
Move
back one
level in the
menus
Touch screen infotainment system with navigation shown.
F Optional equipment
See your Infotainment System Owner Manual.
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UPLEVEL AUDIO SYSTEMF
Setting the Time
1. Press the CLOCK button.
2. Touch Set Time.
3. Touch the + (plus) or – (minus) screen button to increase or decrease the hours,
­minutes or date.
4. Press the BACK button to exit the menu.
Storing Favorite Stations
Radio stations from all bands (AM, FM or XMF) can be stored, in any order, on up to six
pages of favorites.
1. Tune in the desired radio station.
2. Press the FAV button to display the page where the station is to be stored.
3. Press and hold one of the six preset screen buttons until a beep is heard.
4. Repeat the steps for each desired station.
Portable Audio Devices
An accessory power outlet, 3.5-mm auxiliary input jack and a USB portF are located in the
center console.
An iPod™, iPhone™, MP3 Player, a USB flash drive or a USB mass storage device can
be connected to the USB port. Chevrolet MyLink will read the device, build a list of voice
commands, and fill in missing song information and album graphics. Search for music
on-screen or by voice commands.
Bluetooth® System
Before using a Bluetooth-enabled device in the vehicle, it must be paired with the in-vehicle
Bluetooth system. Not all devices will support all functions. The pairing process is disabled
when the vehicle is moving. For more information, visit www.gmtotalconnect.com.
Pair a Phone
1. To use voice recognition, press the
Push to Talk button; after the beep, say “Pair.”
To use the screen buttons, press the CONFIG button and then touch Phone Settings >
Bluetooth > Pair Device.
2. Start the pairing process on the phone. Locate your vehicle name on the phone.
3. Enter the four-digit code that appears on the touch screen into the phone or confirm the
six-digit code on the phone.
4. If your phone prompts you to accept the connection or phone book download, click “yes”
and always allow.
Streaming Audio
With a paired phone connected via Bluetooth, select Bluetooth Audio on the home screen
to stream music from the phone. Control music operation using the phone controls.
See your Infotainment System Owner Manual.
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F Optional equipment
UPLEVEL AUDIO SYSTEMF
Voice Recognition
Control the music source and make phone calls hands-free (after pairing your Bluetoothenabled phone) using the enhanced voice recognition system.
1. Press the
Push to Talk button on the steering wheel.
2. The radio will say “Please say a command,” followed by a beep.
3. After the beep, say what you want it to do.
Phone (using your paired phone):
Example command: “Call Amanda” or “Dial 555-1212”
Media Music Device Search (when connected to USB/AUX only):
Example command: “Play artist [name]” or “Play song [name]”
Radio Control:
Example command: “Tune FM 104.3” or “Tune XM Classic Vinyl”
PANDORA® Internet Radio
Listen to personalized radio stations based on favorite artists or genres.
Download the Pandora app to your smartphone. Restart the smartphone and sign in
to Pandora.
Create a station on your phone to listen to a customized song list in the vehicle.
Connect your smartphone/device to the system by Bluetooth or, for Apple devices,
by a USB cable.
Touch the Pandora icon on the touch screen to access Pandora. A slight delay may
occur when loading a song or changing a station.
Stitcher SmartRadio™
Stream favorite podcasts, radio shows and news to your vehicle.
Download the Stitcher app to your smartphone. Restart the smartphone and sign in
to Stitcher.
Select a category to listen to.
If you like the station, touch the Star screen button to add it to your Favorites list.
Note: Pandora and Stitcher can be played using the Bluetooth connection. However, the Pandora
and Stitcher screen icons and voice commands will be active only when connected to USB/AUX.
SiriusXM™ Satellite Radio (subscription required)
NEW – XM Travel Link includes fuel locations and prices, weather, and movies with theater
locations. Additional subscription fee required.
NEW – XM Tune Select finds your favorite artists or songs on all XM stations and alerts you.
SiriusXM provides access to over 180 channels of commercial-free music, sports, talk,
entertainment, comedy and weather using the radio controls or voice commands.
See your Infotainment System Owner Manual.
F Optional equipment
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AUDIO STEERING WHEEL CONTROLSF
+ – Volume
Press + or – to adjust the volume.
SRC Source
Press to select an audio source.
Next/Previous
Rotate up or down to go to the next or
­previous favorite radio station, CD track,
or MP3 file.
Push to Talk
Press to interact with the OnStar®
or Bluetooth system.
End Call/Mute
Press to end or reject an OnStar or
a Bluetooth call.
Press to mute the vehicle speakers.
See Instruments and Controls in your Owner Manual.
CRUISE CONTROL
Setting Cruise Control
Adjusting Cruise Control
RES+ Resume/Accelerate
Rotate the thumbwheel up to resume a
set speed.
When the system is active, rotate the
thumbwheel up to increase speed.
SET– Set/Coast
When the system is active, rotate the
thumbwheel down to decrease speed.
1. Press the
On/Off button. The
Cruise Control symbol will illuminate in
white in the instrument cluster.
2. When traveling at the desired speed,
rotate the SET– thumbwheel down to
set the speed. The
Cruise Control
symbol will illuminate in green in the
instrument cluster.
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F Optional equipment
Cancel
Press to cancel the cruise control
but retain the set speed in memory.
Pressing the brake pedal or clutch pedal
(manual transmission only) also will cancel
the cruise control.
The cruise control set speed is erased
when cruise control or the vehicle ignition
is turned off.
See Driving and Operating in your Owner Manual.
ONSTAR® WITH 4G LTEF
With OnStar 4G LTE and Wi-Fi®, up to seven devices (smartphones, tablets and laptops)
can be connected to high-speed Internet through the vehicle’s built-in Wi-Fi hotspot.
To retrieve the SSID and password for the hotspot, press the OnStar Voice Command
button on the overhead console or rearview mirror, wait for the prompt, and then say
“Wi-Fi settings.” The information will be displayed on the screen.
For assistance, press the blue OnStar button or call 1-888-4-ONSTAR (1-888-466-7827).
Note: See onstar.com for a detailed instruction guide, vehicle availability, details, and system
­limitations. Please drive responsibly and use your in-vehicle controls only when it’s safe to do so.
See your Infotainment System Owner Manual.
DRIVER INFORMATION CENTERF
The Driver Information Center (DIC) on the instrument cluster displays a variety of vehicle
system information and warning messages.
DIC Controls
A.MENU
Press to display the:
– Trip/Fuel menu (TRIP). May include
digital speedometer, fuel used, timer,
navigationF, fuel range, average fuel
economy, instantaneous fuel economy, average vehicle speed, and
trip odometers.
– Vehicle Information menu
(OPTION). May include units, tire
pressure, remaining oil life, and
­battery voltage.
– ECO menu (if equipped). May
include best average fuel economy,
ECO index, and economy trend.
C
B
A
B.
Rotate the switch to scroll through the
items of each menu.
C.SET/CLR
Press the button on the end of the lever
to set a menu item or clear a message.
Press and hold the button to reset a
menu item.­
See Instruments and Controls in your Owner Manual.
F Optional equipment
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WINDSHIELD WIPERS
HI High Speed
LOLow Speed
INT Intermittent
Rotate the band to adjust the delay
between wipes. The wipers activate more
often as the band is rotated upward.
OFF
Washer Fluid
Pull the lever toward you to spray washer
fluid on the windshield.
1x Mist
Single wipe.
See Instruments and Controls in your Owner Manual.
EXTERIOR/INTERIOR LIGHTING
Automatic Headlamp System
Off/On
AUTO Automatic Headlamp System
Automatically activates the Daytime
Running Lamps (DRLs) or the headlamps
and other exterior lamps depending on
­outside light conditions.
Parking Lamps
Manual operation of the parking lamps.
Headlamps
Manual operation of the headlamps.
Fog LampsF
Press to turn the fog lamps on or off.
Instrument Panel Lighting
Instrument Brightness Control
Rotate and hold the thumbwheel to adjust
the instrument panel lighting.
Dome Lamp
Dome Lamp Override/Off
Press to turn the dome lamp off at all
times, even when a door is open.
Door Open
Dome lamp turns on when a door is open.
On
Press to turn on the dome lamp.
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F Optional equipment
See Lighting in your Owner Manual.
VEHICLE PERSONALIZATIONF
Some vehicle features can be customized by using the audio controls and menus.
Personalization menus may include climate and air quality, comfort and convenience,
­collision/detection systems, languages, lighting, power door locks, remote lock/unlock/start,
and factory settings.
1. Press the CONFIG button (A) to enter the
System Configuration menu.
2. Turn the MENU knob (B) to highlight Vehicle
Settings; press the knob to select it.
3. Turn the MENU knob to highlight the desired
Settings menu; press the knob to select it.
4. Turn the MENU knob to highlight the desired
item in the menu; press the knob to select it.
5. Turn the MENU knob to highlight the desired
selection; press the knob to select it and
move back to the last menu.
6. Press the BACK button (C) to move back
within a menu and to exit each menu.
C
A
B
See Instruments and Controls in your Owner Manual.
STABILITRAK®/TRACTION CONTROL SYSTEMS
The traction control system limits wheelspin and the StabiliTrak stability control system
assists with directional control of the vehicle in difficult driving conditions. Both systems
turn on automatically every time the vehicle is started.
Traction control should be turned off using the StabiliTrak/Traction Control button next
to the shift lever if the vehicle is stuck and rocking the vehicle is required.
See Driving and Operating in your Owner Manual.
MANUAL TRANSMISSION — SELECTING REVERSE
Before shifting into Reverse, completely stop the vehicle. When
selecting Reverse, pull up the ring on the shift lever and then swiftly
move the lever to the left side of the gear ­pattern. Forcing the shift
lever into gear may damage the transmission.
F Optional equipment
See Driving and Operating in your Owner Manual.
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AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
Note: The transmission has a fuel-saving
Neutral shift feature. It shifts into Neutral when
the vehicle comes to a stop and the brake
pedal is applied. It shifts back to Drive when
the brake pedal is released. When stopped on
a hill, the vehicle may roll very slightly before
shifting into Drive.
Driver Shift Control
Driver Shift Control (DSC) allows the d­ river
to shift gears manually. This feature can
be used to drive the vehicle in a sportier
manner or to downshift when ­driving on a
downhill grade to provide engine braking.
1. Move the shift lever to the Manual (M)
position.
2. Tap the shift lever forward (+) to upshift
or rearward (–) to downshift. An M and
the current gear will be displayed in the
Driver Information Center.
If vehicle speed is too high or too low for
the requested gear, the shift will not occur.
When coming to a stop, the transmission
will downshift automatically.
See Driving and Operating in your Owner Manual.
TIRE PRESSURE MONITOR
The Low Tire Pressure warning light on the instrument cluster illuminates when one
or more of the vehicle’s tires is significantly underinflated. Fill the tires to the proper tire
pressures. The proper tire pressures for the vehicle are listed on the Tire and Loading
Information label, located below the driver’s door latch. Current tire pressures can be
viewed in the Driver Information Center.
Tire pressure is affected by cold weather and distance driven. If the low tire pressure
­warning light illuminates when the vehicle is first started in cooler temperatures and then
turns off as the vehicle is driven, check for the proper tire pressures.
Refer to your Owner Manual for additional information about normal monthly tire maintenance.
See Vehicle Care in your Owner Manual.
REFUELING THE VEHICLE
To open the fuel door, press and release
the center of the rear edge of the door. It
will pop out slightly. Pull the door open.
See Driving and Operating in your Owner Manual.
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DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS
The driver assistance systems use advanced technologies to help avoid collisions by
­providing visual and audible alerts under some imminent collision conditions.
Side Blind Zone AlertF – While driving, the Side Blind Zone Alert displays a
warning
symbol on the left or right side mirror when a vehicle is detected in that side blind zone
area. The warning symbol flashes if a turn signal is activated when a vehicle has been
detected.
Rear Vision CameraF/Rear Cross-Traffic AlertF – When the vehicle is in Reverse, the
Rear Vision Camera displays a view of the area behind the vehicle.
Rear Cross-Traffic Alert warns of traffic coming from either direction — up to 65 feet (20 m)
from the left or right side of the vehicle — by displaying a visual alert on the Rear Vision
Camera display and sounding three beeps from the left or right.
Rear Parking AssistF – When the vehicle is in Reverse, detected objects are indicated
by audible beeps. The interval between beeps becomes shorter as the vehicle gets closer
to an object. When the distance is less than 12 in. (30 cm), the beeps are continuous.
The system only operates at speeds less than 5 mph.
Note: These systems may not be available if dirt or snow builds up on the sensors or camera lens.
Keep the vehicle clean for proper operation.
See Driving and Operating in your Owner Manual.
CLEAN TURBO DIESEL FEATURES (IF EQUIPPED)
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)
DEF is used with diesel engines to reduce the amount of
­regulated emissions produced. The 4.8-gallon DEF tank is
located under the load floor in the trunk. The amount of DEF
in the tank must be maintained for the vehicle to run correctly.
The DEF level indicator is displayed on the Driver Information
Center. When approaching empty, a message will be displayed to refill the DEF tank. If it is not refilled, the engine
computer will begin to limit vehicle speed, starting at 65 mph,
and over time and mileage will reduce maximum speed to less
than 10 mph.
DEF may be obtained at your dealership or many diesel retailers. The DEF tank will be
refilled at dealerships for the first two years of ownership as part of the regular maintenance package.
Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)
The DPF filters the diesel exhaust gas. Occasionally, the DPF needs to be cleaned. The
DPF cleaning cycle is automatically controlled by the engine computer and should normally
be maintenance-free. If the vehicle is not being operated in a manner to allow effective
DPF cleaning, a message will be displayed on the Driver Information Center. Refer to your
Owner Manual for additional maintenance information.
F Optional equipment
See Driving and Operating in your Owner Manual.
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ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE
1-800-CHEV-USA
TTY Users: 1-888-889-2438
(1-800-243-8872)
As the owner of a new Chevrolet, your vehicle is automatically enrolled in the Chevrolet
Roadside Assistance program for 5 years/100,000 miles, whichever occurs first, at no
expense to you. This value-added service is intended to provide you with peace of mind as
you drive in the city or travel the open road.
Chevrolet’s Roadside Assistance toll-free number is staffed by a team of technically
trained advisors who are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to provide minor
repair information or make arrangements to tow your vehicle to the nearest
Chevrolet dealer.
Roadside Assistance and OnStar
If you have a current OnStar subscription, press the OnStar button and the vehicle will
send your current GPS location to an OnStar Advisor who will speak to you, assess your
problem, contact Roadside Assistance and relay your exact location so you will get the
help you need.
MYCHEVROLET AND ONSTAR® MOBILE APPS
The myChevrolet and OnStar mobile apps connect owners to a variety of
vehicle information and services, such as a searchable Owner Manual,
real-time fuel information and Roadside Assistance, as well as enabling
users to perform Remote Keyless Entry transmitter commands, including
locking and unlocking the doors and starting the vehicle.
An active OnStar account is required to use the OnStar mobile app. Visit onstar.com
for more information. Download the mobile apps from your compatible device’s app store.
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