Stop & Start

Going into engine STOP mode

comes on in the instrument panel and the engine goes into standby:The "ECO" warning lamp comes on in the instrument panel and the engine goes into standby:

- with a manual gearbox , at speeds below 12 mph (20 km/h), when you put the gear lever into neutral, and you release the clutch pedal,
- with an electronic gearbox , at speeds below 5 mph (8 km/h), when you press the brake pedal or you put the gear lever into position N .

Going into engine START mode

The "ECO" warning lamp goes off and the engine restarts:

The "ECO" warning lamp goes off and the engine restarts:

- with a manual gearbox, when you press the clutch pedal,
- with an electronic gearbox:
● with the gear lever in position A or M, when you release the brake pedal,
● or with the gear lever in position N and brake pedal released, when you move the gear lever to position A or M,
● or when you engage reverse.

Deactivation / Reactivation

Deactivation / Reactivation

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

The system is automatically reactivated every time the engine is started with the key.

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

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