General information

WARNING:
Do not operate the information display controls when the vehicle is moving.

Note: The information display will remain on for several minutes after you switch off the ignition.

Note: If Sh on or SHIP ON is displayed, the vehicle shipping mode is switched on.

Have your dealer switch off the vehicle shipping mode.

Type 1 information display
Type 1 information display

Distance to empty or clock A Tripmeter B
Odometer C
Select button D
Reset button E

Press the select button to scroll through the displays.

Setting the time
Setting the time

Note: You can only set the time through the audio unit on some vehicles. See separate handbook.

1. Press the select button until the time flashes in the display.

2. Press the select button to set the time.

Type 2 information display
Type 2 information display

Selected gear A
Clock, radio station or CD track B Outside air temperature C Tripmeter D
Odometer E
Message indicator F

You can change the settings of various functions through the information display.

The information display also provides information messages.

Press the button to scroll through the


Press the button to scroll through the displays and hold the button to rest, select a submenu or change a setting. The information display will tell you whether a short press of the button or long press of the button is required for the various options.

Message indicator

The message indicator will come on to supplement some messages. It will be red or amber depending on the severity of the message and will remain on until the cause of the message has been rectified.

Display definitions

Distance to empty

Indicates the approximate distance that your vehicle will travel on the fuel in the fuel tank.

Average speed

Indicates the average speed of your vehicle since the last reset.

Average fuel

Indicates the average fuel consumption of your vehicle since the last reset.

Fuel economy

Indicates the current fuel consumption of your vehicle.

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