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Pull the switch beyond the resistance

point. The window closes automatically. Pressing the switch stops the motion. Convenient operation, refer to page 34, via the remote control. Convenient closing, refer to page 39, with Com‐ fort Access. Pinch protection system If the closing force exceeds a specific value as a window closes, the closing action is interrupted. The window reopens slightly.

Danger of pinching even with pinch pro‐ tection

Even with the pinch protection system, check that the window's closing path is clear; other‐ wise, the closing action may not stop in certain situations, e.g., if thin objects are present.◀

No window accessories Do not install any accessories in the range

of movement of the windows; otherwise, the pinch protection system will be impaired.◀

Closing without the pinch protection system

Keep the closing path clear Monitor the closing process and make

sure that the closing path of the window is clear; otherwise, injuries may result.◀ For example, if there is an external danger or if ice on the windows prevents a window from closing normally, proceed as follows: 1. Pull the switch past the resistance point and

hold it there. Pinch protection is limited and the window reopens slightly if the closing force exceeds a certain value.

2. Pull the switch past the resistance point

again within approx. 4 seconds and hold it there. The window closes without pinch protec‐ tion.

Safety switch The safety switch in the driver's door can be used to prevent children, for example, from opening and closing the rear windows using the switches in the rear. Switching on and off Press the button. The LED lights up if the safety function

is switched on.

Safety switch for rear operation Press the safety switch when transporting children in the rear; otherwise, injury may result if the windows are closed without supervision.◀

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Roller sunblinds Roller sunblind for rear window General information If you are no longer able to move the roller sun‐ blind for the rear window after having activated it a number of times in a row, the system is blocked for a limited time to prevent overheat‐ ing. Let the system cool. The roller sunblind for the rear window cannot be moved at low interior temperatures. Extending or retracting roller blind for rear window

Press the button.

Roller sunblinds for the rear side windows Pull out the roller sunblind at the loop and hook it onto the bracket.

Do not open the window while the roller sunblind is raised.

Do not open the window while the roller sunblind is raised; otherwise, there is a risk of damage at high speeds that may result in personal injury.◀

Glass sunroof, powered General information The glass sunroof is operational when the igni‐ tion is switched on.

Keep the closing path clear Monitor the closing process and make

sure that the closing path of the glass sunroof is clear; otherwise, injuries may result.◀ Take the remote control with you Take the remote control with you when

leaving the vehicle so that children, for example, cannot operate the roof and injure themselves.◀

Opening and closing

Controls

Tilting the glass sunroof

Push switch upward briefly. ▷ Closed roof is tilted open. ▷ The opened roof closes until it is in its tilted position. The sliding visor stays completely open.

Opening/closing the glass sunroof and sliding visor together

▷ Slide switch back to the re‐

sistance point and hold. Glass sunroof and sliding vi‐ sor open together as long as the switch is held down.

▷ Press switch back past the resistance point. The glass sunroof and sliding visor open au‐ tomatically. Pressing the switch again stops the opening motion.

Analogously, the glass sunroof is closed by slid‐ ing the switch forward. The sliding visor remains open and can be closed by hand. Convenient operation, refer to page 34, via the remote control. Convenient closing, refer to page 39, with Com‐ fort Access. Comfort position Stops the roof in the comfort position if the roof is not fully open. This reduces wind noise in the passenger compartment.

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Initializing the system The system can be initialized when the vehicle is stationary and the engine is running. During the initialization, the roof closes without pinch protection.

Keep the closing path clear Monitor the closing process and make

sure that the closing path of the glass sunroof is clear; otherwise, injuries may result.◀

Press the switch up and hold it until the initialization is complete: ▷ Initialization begins within

15 seconds and is completed when the sunroof is com‐ pletely closed.

▷ The roof closes without pinch protection.

Controls

Opening and closing

If desired, continue the movement by pressing the switch. Pinch protection system If the closing force when closing the glass sun‐ roof exceeds a certain value, the closing move‐ ment is stopped, beginning at approximately the middle of the opening in the roof, or from the tilted position during closing. The glass sunroof opens again slightly.

Danger of pinching even with pinch pro‐ tection

Despite the pinch protection system, check that the roof's closing path is clear; otherwise, the closing action may not be interrupted in certain extreme situations, such as when thin objects are present.◀

Closing from the open position without pinch protection For example, if there is an external danger, pro‐ ceed as follows: 1. Press the switch forward beyond the resist‐

ance point and hold. Pinch protection is limited and the roof re‐ opens slightly if the closing force exceeds a certain value.

2. Press the switch forward again beyond the

resistance point and hold until the roof closes without pinch protection.

Closing from the raised position without pinch protection If there is an external danger, push the switch forward past the resistance point and hold it. The roof closes without pinch protection. Initializing after a power failure After a power failure during the opening or clos‐ ing process, the roof can only be operated to a limited extent.

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Adjusting Vehicle equipment All standard, country-specific and optional equipment that is offered in the model series is described in this chapter. Therefore, equipment is also described that is not available in a vehicle, e. g., because of the selected optional equip‐ ment or country variant. This also applies for safety-related functions and systems.

Sitting safely The ideal seating position can make a vital con‐ tribution to relaxed, fatigue-free driving. The seating position plays an important role in an accident in combination with: ▷ Safety belts, refer to page 48. ▷ Head restraints, refer to page 49. ▷ Airbags, refer to page 92.

Seats General information

Do not adjust the seat while driving Do not adjust the driver's seat while driv‐ ing, or the seat could respond with unexpected movement and the ensuing loss of vehicle con‐ trol could lead to an accident.◀

Do not incline the backrest too far to the rear

Also on the front passenger side, do not incline the backrest on the front passenger side too far to the rear during driving, or there is a risk of slipping under the safety belt in the event of an accident. This would eliminate the protection normally provided by the belt.◀

Adjusting

Controls

Manually adjustable seats At a glance

1 Forward/backward 2 Thigh support 3 Seat tilt 4 Backrest width 5 Lumbar support 6 Height 7 Backrest tilt

Forward/backward

Pull the lever and slide the seat in the desired direction. After releasing the lever, move the seat forward or back slightly to make sure it engages prop‐ erly.

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Controls

Adjusting

Height

Electrically adjustable seats At a glance

1 Seat and mirror memory 2 Backrest width 3 Lumbar support 4 Backrest tilt 5 Forward/backward, height, seat tilt

Note The seat setting for the driver's seat is stored for the remote control currently in use. When the vehicle is unlocked via the remote control, the position is automatically retrieved if the function, refer to page 35, is activated for this purpose. Adjustments in detail 1. Forward/back.

Pull the lever and apply your weight to the seat or lift it off, as necessary.

Backrest tilt

Pull the lever and apply your weight to the back‐ rest or lift it off, as necessary.

Seat tilt

Pull the lever and move the seat to the desired tilt. After releasing the lever, apply your weight to the seat or lift it off to make sure the seat en‐ gages properly.

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2. Height.

Thigh support

Adjusting

Controls

3. Seat tilt.

4. Backrest tilt.

Pull the lever at the front of the seat and adjust the thigh support.

Lumbar support The curvature of the seat backrest can be ad‐ justed in such a way that it supports the lumbar region of the spine. The lower back and the spine are supported for upright posture.

▷ Press the front/rear section of

the switch. The curvature is increased/ decreased.

▷ Press the upper/lower sec‐

tion of the switch. The curvature is shifted up/ down.

Backrest width

Change the width of the backrest using the side wings to adjust the lateral support.

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Controls

Adjusting

Front seat heating

Switching on

Press the button once for each temper‐ ature level.

The maximum temperature is reached when three LEDs are lit. If the drive is continued within approx. 15 mi‐ nutes, the seat heating is activated automati‐ cally with the temperature selected last. When ECO PRO, refer to page 167, is activated, the heater output is reduced.

Switching off

Press the button longer. The LEDs go out.

Rear seat heating

Switching on

Press the button once for each temper‐ ature level.

The maximum temperature is reached when three LEDs are lit.

If the drive is continued within approx. 15 mi‐ nutes, the seat heating is activated automati‐ cally with the temperature selected last. When ECO PRO, refer to page 167, is activated, the heater output is reduced.

Switching off

Press the button longer. The LEDs go out.

Safety belts Seats with safety belt The vehicle has five seats, each of which is equipped with a safety belt. Number of safety belts Your vehicle has been fitted with five safety belts for the safety of you and your passengers. How‐ ever, they can only offer protection when ad‐ justed correctly. Notes Always make sure that safety belts are being worn by all occupants before driving away. Although airbags enhance safety by providing added protection, they are not a substitute for safety belts. ▷ The shoulder strap's anchorage point will be

correct for adult seat occupants of every build if the seat is correctly adjusted.

▷ The two outer safety belt buckles,

integrated into the rear seat, are for passen‐ gers sitting on the left and right.

▷ The center rear seat belt buckle is solely in‐

tended for the center passenger.

One person per safety belt Never allow more than one person to wear a single safety belt. Never allow infants or small children to ride on a passenger's lap.◀

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Adjusting

Controls

above approx. 5 mph/8 km/h. It can also be ac‐ tivated if objects are placed on the front pas‐ senger seat. Damage to safety belts In the case of strain caused by accidents or damage: Have the safety belts, including the safety belt tensioners, replaced and have the belt anchors checked.

Checking and replacing safety belts Have the work performed only by your

service center; otherwise, it cannot be ensured that this safety feature will function properly.◀

Front head restraints Correctly adjusted head restraint A correctly adjusted head restraint reduces the risk of injury to cervical vertebrae in the event of an accident.

Adjusting the head restraint Correctly adjust the head restraints of all occupied seats; otherwise, there is an increased risk of injury in an accident.◀

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