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reduce window fogging. Temperature (passenger side) Air Conditioning ON/OFF Fresh or recirculated cabin air Rear defogger Windshield airflow/defogger Climate control OFF Automatic climate control ON Adjusting the temperature setting will cause the airflow vents, air intake and fan to adjust automatically.

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“ECO HEAT/COOL” switch

Economical mode ON/OFF

NOTE: Slightly improves gas mileage. It may take longer to reach set cabin temperature. PlasmaclusterTM* Improves air quality by emitting positive and negative ions into the cabin. This system operates from the driver side vent and a low system noise is normal. * This system adopts the plasmacluster technology, manufactured under license from SHARP

Corporation. “PlasmaclusterTM” is a trademark of SHARP Corporation.

Seat heaters (if equipped)

Front passenger seat

Driver seat

Clock

H-Hour set M-Minute set

Refer to the Owner’s Manual for adjusting time.

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O V E R V I E W

F E A T U R E S / O P E R A T O N S

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F E A T U R E S

FEATURES/OPERATIONS

Door locks

Unlock

Lock

Power outlets Instrument panel

Center console

“POWER” switch must be set at “ACC” or “ON” to be used.

Cup holders Front

Rear

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SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURES

Doors-Child safety locks Rear door

Moving the lever to “LOCK” will allow the door to be opened only from the outside.

Seat belts

Take up slack Too high

Keep as low on hips as possible

If belt is fully extended, then retracted even slightly, it cannot be re-extended beyond that point, unless fully retracted again. This feature is used to help hold child restraint systems securely.

To find more information about seat belts, and how to install a child restraint system, refer to the Owner's Manual.

Fuel filler door-Internal release

(2) Pull up

(1) Remove

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F E A T U R E S / O P E R A T O N S

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F E A T U R E S

SAFETY AND EMERGENCY FEATURE

Seat belts-Shoulder belt anchor

Child comfort guide

Push up, or squeeze lock release to lower

Rear seat outside position guides provide added comfort for children who have outgrown child restraints.

Tire Pressure Warning System

System reset initialization

1. Push and hold “ SET” button until the indicator blinks three times.

2. Wait a few minutes to allow

initialization to complete.

If tire pressure becomes critically low on any of the tires (excluding spare), indicator comes on. Pushing “ SET” button should not turn off the light. Correctly adjusting tire inflation will turn off the light after a few minutes. After replacing/rotating tire or wheels, the system must be initialized. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more details.

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Abbreviation list Abbreviation/Acronym list

ABBREVIATIONS MEANING

A/C ABS ALR CAL CRS DISP ECO ECU EDR ELR EPS GAWR GVWR

I/M INT LED MMT M + S MTBE OBD SRS TIN TPMS TRAC VDIM VIN VSC

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Air Conditioning Anti-Lock Brake System Automatic Locking Retractor Calibration Child Restraint System Display Economical/Ecology Electronic Control Unit Event data recorder Emergency Locking Retractor Electric Power Steering Gross Axle Weight Ratings Gross Vehicle Weight Rating Emission inspection and maintenance Intermittent Light Emitting Diode Methylcyclopentadienyl Manganese Tricarbonyl Mud and Snow Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether On Board Diagnostics Supplemental Restraint System Tire Identification Number Tire Pressure Warning System Traction Control Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management Vehicle Identification Number Vehicle Stability Control

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Index

1 Before driving

1-1. Hybrid system .................... 22 Hybrid system ...................... 22

1-2. Key information.................. 34 Keys ..................................... 34

1-3. Opening, closing and

locking the doors ............. 36 Smart key system................. 36 Wireless remote control ....... 47 Doors.................................... 50 Trunk .................................... 54

1-4. Adjustable components

(seats, mirrors, steering wheel)................. 56 Front seats ........................... 56 Rear seats............................ 58 Head restraints..................... 59 Seat belts ............................. 60 Steering wheel ..................... 68 Anti-glare inside rear view mirror.................................. 69 Outside rear view mirrors ..... 71

1-5. Opening and closing the

windows............................ 73 Power windows .................... 73 Moon roof ............................. 75

1-6. Refueling............................. 78 Opening the fuel tank cap .... 78

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1-7. Theft deterrent system....... 83 Immobilizer system............... 83 Theft prevention labels (for U.S.A.) ......................... 85

1-8. Safety information .............. 86 Correct driving posture ......... 86 SRS airbags ......................... 88 Front passenger occupant classification system......... 100 Child restraint systems ....... 105 Installing child restraints ..... 109

2 When driving

2-1. Driving procedures........... 120 Driving the vehicle .............. 120 Power (ignition) switch........ 131 Transmission ...................... 135 Turn signal lever ................. 137 Parking brake ..................... 138

2-2.

Instrument cluster ............ 139 Gauges and meters ............ 139 Indicators and warning lights ................................. 142 Multi-information display..... 145

2-3. Operating the lights and

wipers .............................. 149 Headlight switch ................. 149 Windshield wipers and washer.............................. 153

2-4. Using other driving

systems ........................... 155 Cruise control...................... 155 Driving assist systems ........ 158

2-5. Driving information........... 162 Cargo and luggage ............. 162 Vehicle load limits ............... 165 Winter driving tips ............... 166 Trailer towing ...................... 170 Dinghy towing ..................... 171

3 Interior features

3-1. Using the air conditioning

system and defogger...... 174 Automatic air conditioning system .............................. 174 Rear window and outside rear view mirror defoggers.......................... 182

3-2. Using the audio

system ............................. 183 Audio system types............. 183 Using the radio.................... 186 Using the CD player............ 192 Playing MP3 and WMA discs........................ 199 Optimal use of the audio system .............................. 207 Using the AUX adapter ....... 210 Using the steering wheel audio switches .................. 211

3-3. Using the hands-free

phone system (for cellular phone)......... 213 Hands-free phone system (for cellular phone) features (CD player with changer only) ................... 213 Using the hands-free phone system (for cellular phone) ........... 216 Making a phone call ........... 224 Setting a cellular phone...... 228 Security and system setup ................................ 233 Using the phone book ........ 237

3-4. Using the interior lights... 244 Interior lights list ................. 244 • Interior light ...................... 245 • Personal lights.................. 246

3-5. Using the storage

features ........................... 247 List of storage features....... 247 • Glove box......................... 248 • Console box ..................... 248 • Cup holders...................... 250 • Auxiliary boxes ................. 251

3-6. Other interior features ..... 253 Sun visors........................... 253 Vanity mirrors ..................... 254 Clock .................................. 255 Ashtrays ............................. 256 Power outlet ....................... 257 Seat heaters....................... 259 Armrest............................... 261 Floor mat ............................ 262

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