quick guide - Renault Eurodrive

quick guide - Renault Eurodrive
CLIO
QUICK GUIDE
WELCOME ABOARD YOUR VEHICLE
Note
Congratulations on your choice - your new vehicle has been created by RENAULT’s design teams to offer you exceptional comfort and an outstanding driving experience.
In order to make your experience as pleasant as possible, we suggest you discover the main features of your new vehicle by reading this document.
This document does not replace the driver’s handbook.
Please read the complete driver’s handbook for more detailed information on your vehicle’s equipment.
The reference guide covers all existing equipment (both standard and optional) for all models of this vehicle. Whether the equipment is fitted to the vehicle depends
on the version, the options selected and the country where the vehicle is sold.
Detailed information regarding your vehicle’s use, maintenance and warranty, as well as videos and simulators,
are all only a click away in the e-Guide, accessible from the website www.e-guide.renault.com.
Translated from French. Copying or translating, in part or in full, is forbidden unless prior written permission has been obtained from RENAULT, 92100 Billancourt
2009.
Front and engine compar tment
3
Passenger side
4
Rear seats
5
Rear of vehicle
6
Accessing the vehicle
7
Star ting/Stopping the engine
8
Dashboard
9
Lighting/Wipers11
Driving position12
Audio system15
Heating and air conditioning system17
Cruise control/Speed limiter18
Fuel19
Gadgets
20
eco2
21
fron t
and
engine
compar t men t
1
B
2
3
A
Screen washer fluid level
Coolant level
Add some fluid in the reservoir 1 if necessary.
The level indicated on reservoir 2 should be between the MIN and MAX marks.
If it is necessary to top up this level, it is essential
to do so when the engine is cold.
Engine oil level
To check the oil level, use dipstick 3. The level
shown on dipstick 3 should be between the MIN A
and MAX B marks.
Depending on the vehicle, when the oil is at the
minimum level, the message “oil” or “top up oil” is
displayed on the instrument panel.
You must observe the service intervals and the
standards governing the oils tested for your
engine. Refer to the Maintenance Service document for your vehicle, and to Section 4 of the vehicle handbook for the precautions to take when
filling with oil.
fron t
passenger
side
Activation of the front
passenger air bag
1
You should reactivate the air bag as soon as you
remove the child seat from the front passenger seat
to ensure the protection of the front passenger in
the event of an impact.
ON
OFF
Deactivating the front
passenger air bag
Depending on the vehicle, you may have a function
to deactivate the passenger air bag. If you wish to
fit a child seat to the front passenger seat, it is essential to deactivate the air bag: with the vehicle
stationary, press and turn lock 1 to OFF (refer to
Section 1 of your driver’s handbook).
With the ignition on, the indicator light on the central display comes on.
Immediately reposition the lock to ON as soon
as you stop using the child seat.
To reactivate the air bag: when the vehicle is stationary, press and turn lock 1 to the ON position.
With the ignition on, you must check that the warning light is off on the central display.
R ear
sea t s
1
2
B
3
A
Folding away the bench seat
ISOFIX system
To fold away the seat base
–Lift the front of cushion A.
–lift the back of cushion A then tilt it against the front seats.
Each rear side seat is fitted with the ISOFIX child
seat mounting system 3.
To fold down the seatback
–Press button 2;
–lower seatback B.
To raise the bench seat
–Check that the seat belts are correctly positioned, then lift the seatback and lock it back in place.
–lift cushion A, place rear section 1 under the seatback and press on the front of the cushion to lock the seat
base.
Depending on the type of child seat used, installation requires specific precautions.
$Refer
to the information on “Child safety” in
Section 1 of your driver’s handbook for the special features.
Consult your RENAULT Dealer to find out about the
equipment available for your vehicle.
rear
of
vehicle
Parking distance control
Luggage compartment
On equipped vehicles, the parking distance control
“measures” the distance between the rear of the
vehicle and any obstacles nearby.
Storage capacity
When approaching an obstacle during manoeuvres,
the beeps become faster and then sound continuously when 25 cm from the obstacle.
You can temporarily or permanently deactivate the
system using the switch located on the dashboard:
refer to your Driver’s Handbook.
Tyre inflation kit/
Emergency spare wheel
Depending on the vehicle, the storage capacity of
the luggage compartment on your Clio may be adjustable.
Depending on the vehicle, in the event of a puncture, there is either a tyre inflation kit or emergency
spare wheel available. To access it, lift the luggage
compartment carpet.
Mobile floor
$Refer to Section 5 of your driver’s handbook.
Depending on the vehicle, a mobile floor can be
used to make loading easier.
$Refer to Section 3: “Rear parcel shelf/luggage
compartment features” in your driver’s handbook
to store the mobile floor.
A ccessing
t he
vehicle
Remote control key/
RENAULT card
Press:
‡
…
†
to unlock;
1
to lock;
to lock/unlock the luggage compartment
only.
In all situations:
–two flashes of the direction indicator lights confirm locking,
–one flash of the direction indicator lights confirms unlocking.
Special note
…
For vehicles equipped with deadlocking,
pressing this button twice in succession prevents
the doors from being unlocked, even from the
inside.
2
RENAULT “HANDS-FREE” CARD version
Special features
The RENAULT card system replaces the traditional key. Locking/unlocking the vehicle is simple:
whether from a distance or nearby, a single press
is required.
The detection zone of the card, necessary for locking and unlocking the vehicle, depends on the surrounding environment or the location of the card.
With the card on your person (you can leave it in
your pocket, bag etc.), in addition to the remote
control card functions, the following are possible:
–automatic unlocking by pulling a door handle;
–automatic locking by pressing the button on the
driver’s door handle.
Note: if required, you can use the manual mode or
the key 2. Pull to release it.
Special note on switchblade key
To release the key, press button 1. It is released
from the unit. To return it, push it into its housing.
Never leave a key or RENAULT card inside the
vehicle.
S t ar t ing / s t opping
t he
engine
AUTO
D
Remote control key
With key 1 in the ignition switch, turn it fully on.
Once the engine has started, release it.
M
Starting the engine
A
St
1
Note: on diesel versions, several seconds may
pass between turning the key and the engine starting to allow for engine preheating.
2
Vehicle fitted with automatic transmission
Before starting, position the lever at N or P.
Renault card
With the remote control RENAULT card in reader 3
or the hands-free RENAULT card in the interior detection zone (excluding certain high locations such
as the sun visor, etc.) apply the following starting
conditions:
Manual gearbox
With the gear lever in neutral, press button 2.
Automatic transmission
With the lever in position P, press button 2.
Note: for vehicles fitted with the hands-free
RENAULT card, the brake pedal must be depressed
to allow the engine to be started.
Stopping the engine
Remote control key
With the vehicle stopped, turn the key towards
you.
Renault card
With the vehicle stationary, press button 2.
3
Accessing functions
Turn the key through two positions in order to
access certain functions (radio, navigation, wipers
etc.).
Hands-free card version
Depending on the case, these functions will switch
off at the latest when the vehicle is locked.
D ashboard
(1/2)
2
1
3
4
5
14
13
12
15
6
7
8
9
11
10
D ashboard
(2/2)
The equipment fitted, described opposite,
DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE VERSION AND THE
COUNTRY.
1Horn and location for driver’s air bag.
2Instrument panel.
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Driver’s seat belt reminder warning light.
Air bag warning light.
This comes on when the ignition is switched on
and goes out after a few seconds.
If it does not come on when the ignition is switched
on or if it flashes, there is a fault in the system.
Contact a RENAULT Dealer as soon as possible.
2
Door status warning light.
10
–Warning lights:
© This requires you to drive carefully to a
RENAULT Dealer as soon as possible. If you fail
to follow this recommendation, you risk damaging your vehicle.
®
This warning light requires you to stop
immediately, for your own safety, as soon as traffic conditions allow. Stop your engine and do not
restart it. Contact a RENAULT dealer.
–Distance before service:
Some vehicles are equipped with a system that
analyses the quality of the oil in real time. It ensures that the engine remains reliable by adapting
the engine oil change intervals to the driving style.
Under certain conditions of use, the message
“Service due in...” may appear before the scheduled service date. If the message “Service vehicle”
is then displayed, you must arrange for the vehicle
to be serviced as soon as possible.
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Aiding fuel economy.
For vehicles fitted with a manual gearbox, this
function indicates the best time to change gear to
optimise fuel consumption.
3Heating and ventilation controls.
4Location for radio or storage.
5Electric door locking/unlocking.
6Hazard warning lights.
7RENAULT card reader.
8Auxiliary socket behind the cover.
9Gear lever.
10Cruise control/speed limiter main on/off
switch.
11 Handbrake.
12 Engine start/stop button.
13 Fuse box.
14 Cruise control/speed limiter controls.
15 Bonnet release.
ligh t ing / wipers
A
1
11
2
B
A
H
B
6
C
D
E
F
7
G
3
Lighting control A
Turn ring 1 on stalk A:
u
k
k
switch on the side lights;
switch on the dipped beam headlights.
Flash headlights: pull the stalk towards you.
Main beam headlights: with ring 1 in position
, pull the stalk.
AUTO: to activate the automatic lights, depending
on the vehicle, with the ignition on, press button 3
for 4 seconds.
Turn ring 2 then release it to:
g
f
switch on the front fog lights;
switch on the rear fog light.
To switch off, repeat the operation.
Cornering lights: depending on the vehicle and
under certain driving conditions (speed, steering
wheel angle, etc.), in addition to the dipped beam
headlights, cornering lights are switched on to light
the inside of the bend.
Wiper control B
Stalk B in position:
C: park;
D: intermittent wiping or, depending on the vehicle,
automatic wiping;
Note: ring 6 can be used to adjust the sensitivity
of automatic wiping, from minimum sensitivity (G)
to maximum sensitivity (H).
E: normal wiping speed;
F: fast wiping speed.
Windscreen washer: pull stalk B;
Rear screen wiper: turn ring 7. To stop wiping,
turn ring 7 again;
Rear screen washer: turn ring 7 then release it.
dRIVING
POSITION:
sea t s
12
5
2
3
1
4
Adjusting the seats
moving the seat forwards or backwards
Lift handle 1, slide the seat into the desired position and release the handle. Check that it is correctly locked.
raising or lowering the seat
On equipped vehicles, move handle 2 as many
times as is required:
–to raise the seat, move it upwards;
–to lower the seat, move it downwards.
Tilting the seatback
Turn control knob 4 to tilt the seatback to the desired position.
Adjusting the lumbar support on the
driver’s seat
Turn control knob 3 to increase or decrease support.
Heated seats
(depending on the vehicle)
To switch on: press button 5. The integrated indicator light comes on.
To switch off: press switch 5 again. The integrated
indicator light goes off.
The system, which has a thermostat, decides
whether or not the heating is needed.
driving
posi t ion :
ad j us t men t
13
2
A
B
C
D
1
3
Interior rear-view mirror
Door mirrors
Electric door mirrors
Move the interior rear-view mirror to position it.
Manual adjustment
Move button 3:
When driving at night, to avoid being dazzled by
the headlights of the vehicle behind, depress small
lever 1 located behind rear view mirror.
Turn lever 2 to adjust the door mirror.
A: left-hand door mirror adjustment;
B: rest position;
C: right-hand door mirror adjustment;
D: d oor mirror fold-back (depending on the vehicle).
D river ’ s
posi t ion :
ad j us t men t
14
1
2
Seat belt
Adjusting the height
Tilt button 1 to adjust the seat belt to the required
height.
Adjusting the steering
wheel height and depth
3
Headrest
Raising the headrest
–Pull lever 2 and move the steering wheel to the
desired position;
Raise the headrest to the required height.
–push the lever to lock the steering wheel;
Lowering the headrest
–make sure that the steering wheel is correctly
locked.
Raise the headrest slightly, push tab 3 then lower
the headrest to the required height.
A udio
A
sys t em
B
C
15
D
E
RADIO CD
MEM.
G
1
B
FM
100.00
OK
2
3
4
F
Listening to the radio, a CD (audio and
mp3) or a portable audio player
Press A to switch the system on or off.
Select the desired source by pressing one of the
keys B once or several times.
If you wish to listen to an AUXILIARY source,
connect your portable audio player to the desired
socket (refer to the “Dashboard” section).
FM radio source
To update the list of stations:
Press C, then F or turn H to select the “Update FM
List” field and confirm by pressing E or H.
5
2
1
RDS-AF
6
20:34
RADIO 1
5
TRAFFIC
H
To select a radio station from a list in alphabetical order:
Press D to move to the station name field 1 then
turn H or press F several times to scroll through
the list of radio stations.
To store a station to one of the buttons numbered
1 to 6:
Select a radio station and press one of the buttons
1 to 6 until a beep sounds.
To recall a stored station, press the corresponding button.
To store up to 12 FM stations:
Select a radio station, press G, then use F or turn H
to select a location from 1 to 12 then confirm by
pressing E or H.
To recall a stored station:
Move across to the station number 2 by pressing D, then scroll through the radio stations using F or H.
A udio
P
sys t em
A
B lue t oo t h
®
16
C
1
A
3
10:46
T
MEM
F
1
TEL
RADIO
CD
2
4
3
E
5
6
2
FM
103.90
TRAFFIC
RDS-AF
RADIO 1
T
B
G
To switch the system on/off, press P. Adjust the
volume by turning button P.
Listening to the radio, a CD or a portable
audio player
Select the desired source by pressing one of the
buttons A once or more.
If you wish to listen to an AUXILIARY source,
connect your portable audio player to the desired
socket (refer to the “Dashboard” section for its location).
FM radio source
To select a radio station from a list in alphabetical order:
Press C to move to the station name field 1 then
turn E or G to scroll through the list of radio stations.
To update the list:
Press B, then turn E or G to select the “Audio settings” field then “Radio functions” and “Update FM
list”; confirm by pressing E or G.
To store a station from 1 to 6:
Select a radio station then press one of the buttons
1 to 6 until a beep sounds.
To recall a stored station, press the corresponding button.
Button F is used to store up to 12 stations (refer to
the previous page).
Pairing your Bluetooth®
device
In order to use your hands-free device (telephone,
portable audio player), you must pair it when using
it for the first time. After this, it will be recognised
and automatically connected to the hands-free
system once the vehicle ignition is switched on.
Refer to the “Bluetooth® connection” section in
the reference guide.
H ea t ing
A
1
2
and
3
air
4
condi t ioning
B
7
8
17
Air recirculation
10
9
sys t em
Press button 16 to recirculate the air.
Adjusting the air distribution
Press button 10 or 12 to select the desired position.
Adjusting the ventilation speed
6
5
Manual air conditioning A
–Turn control 1 to select one of the 5 air distribution positions;
–turn control 2 to select the temperature;
–turn control 3 to adjust the ventilation speed;
–turn control 4 to recirculate the air;
–press button 5 to activate de-icing of the rear
screen and, depending on the vehicle, the door
mirrors;
–press button 6 for air conditioning.
16 15
14
13
12
11
Automatic climate
control B
Activating automatic mode
–select the required temperature using buttons 14;
–press button 9 for automatic mode to control the
system.
Note: pressing button 8 forces the air conditioning. The AC indicator light comes on.
When button 8 is pressed again, the air conditioning is automatically controlled by the system.
Press button 11 or 13 to increase or decrease the
air flow.
Demisting/De-icing
Press button 7 to activate demisting and de-icing
of the windscreen, front side windows and door
mirrors.
Press button 15 to activate demisting/de-icing of
the rear screen and/or door mirrors.
C ruise
con t rol / speed
1
Cruise control/speed
limiter
Ï
The cruise control is a function which
helps you to keep your driving speed at a constant
value.
Ð
The speed limiter function helps you
stay within the driving speed limit.
2
3
limi t er
4
18
5
Cruise control/speed
limiter controls
–Main On/Off switch 1.
–Activation, storage and increase switch for the
programmed speed: button 2 (+);
–Activation, storage and decrease switch for the
programmed speed: button 3 (-);
–Programmed speed storage function standby:
button 4 (O);
–Activation, storage and recall switch for the programmed speed: button 5 (R)
If fitted to the vehicle, select the cruise control or
speed limiter by moving switch 1.
To use the cruise control/speed limiter, refer to
Section 2 of your driver’s handbook.
F uel
19
A
Fuel tank
Your vehicle is fitted with a fuel filler flap.
–To open the flap, place your finger in recess A
and pull.
–Insert the filler nozzle.
Note: if the flap does not open, ensure that the
vehicle is unlocked
The fuel tank capacity is approximately 55 litres.
If the low fuel level warning light comes on when
driving, fill the tank as soon as possible. You will
be able to drive a further 30 miles (50 km) (approximately) before the tank must be refilled.
gadge t s
20
2
1
3
Sunglasses holder
Luggage cover
Luggage net
The sunglasses holder 1 is located on the driver’s
side.
On equipped vehicles, luggage compartment
cover 2 comprises a rigid section and a flexible
section.
Depending on the vehicle, a luggage net is fitted to
secure items transported on the luggage compartment floor.
$To roll it up or unroll it, refer to the information
on the “Luggage compartment cover” in Section 3
of your driver’s handbook.
Do not place any heavy or hard objects on the
luggage cover. These may pose a risk to the vehicle occupants if the driver has to brake suddenly
or if the vehicle is involved in an accident.
The net is located under the passenger seat and
fixes to anchorage points 3.
ECO
2
21
When using your vehicle,
adopt an economical driving
style. These driving guidelines will help you to consume less fuel.
Six pieces of everyday practical advice for fuel savings of 10% to 20%.
1 Adapt the gear changes
–Change up a gear from 2000 rpm in Diesel vehicles and 2400 rpm in Petrol vehicles;
–change down a gear from 1000 rpm;
–at a stable speed or for gentle acceleration, use
the top gear.
2 Drive flexibly
5 Use the engine conscientiously
–Anticipate the traffic conditions so as to use
engine braking more than the brake pedal;
–Switch off the engine if stopped for more than
30 seconds;
–above 30 mph (50 km/h), maintain a steady
speed.
–do not run the engine at idle speed (to raise the
temperature) before driving, even in winter.
3 Control acceleration and speed
6 Optimise your use of the vehicle
–Up to 30 mph (50 km/h), accelerate so that 5th
can be quickly reached;
–Use the heating and air conditioning system
only when necessary:
–beyond 30 mph (50 km/h), accelerate moderately and limit the speed.
–limit the difference between the interior and exterior temperature to 5°C;
4 Manage uphill and downhill sections
–check the tyre pressures every month;
–When driving downhill, maintain the driving
speed;
–do not leave unnecessary loads in the vehicle.
–when driving uphill, slow down without affecting the traffic flow.
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