Stop & Start

Going into engine STOP mode

the instrument panel and the engine automatically goes into standby, with a 6-speed The "ECO" warning lamp comes on in the instrument panel and the engine automatically goes into standby, with a 6-speed electronic gear control gearbox and at speeds below 4 mph (6 km/h), press the brake pedal or put the gear lever in position N .

In some circumstances, STOP mode may not be available; the "ECO" warning lamp fl ashes for few seconds, then goes off.

Going into engine START mode

the engine restarts automatically with a 6-speed electronic gear control gearbox: The "ECO" warning lamp goes off and the engine restarts automatically with a 6-speed electronic gear control gearbox:

- gear lever in position A or M , release the brake pedal,
- or gear lever in position N and the brake pedal released, move the gear lever to position A or M ,
- or engage reverse.

In some circumstances START mode may be invoked automatically; the "ECO" warning lamp fl ashes for a few seconds, then goes off.

Deactivation / Reactivation

Deactivation / Reactivation

You can deactivate the system at any time by pressing the "ECO OFF" button; the warning lamp in the button comes on.

Before refuelling or doing anything under the bonnet, you must switch off The system is reactivated automatically at every new start using the key.

the ignition using the key. Before refuelling or doing anything under the bonnet, you must switch off the ignition using the key.

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