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HANDBOOK
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Welcome
Thank you for choosing a Peugeot 3008 or a Peugeot 5008. This document contains the key information and recommendations you will need to be able to explore your vehicle in complete safety. We strongly recommend familiarising yourself with it, as well as the Maintenance and Warranty Guide. Your vehicle will be fitted with only some of the equipment described in this document, depending on its trim level, version and the specification for the country in which it was sold. The descriptions and illustrations are for guidance only. Automobiles PEUGEOT reserves the right to modify the technical specifications, equipment and accessories without having to update this document. If ownership of your vehicle is transferred, please ensure this Handbook is passed on to the new owner.
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Contents
Overview
Eco-driving
1Instruments Digital instrument panels 9 Warning and indicator lamps 11 Indicators 17 Manual test 21 Distance recorders 21 Lighting dimmer 21 Trip computer 22 Touch screen 23 Remote functions (Rechargeable hybrid) 25
2Access Remote control / Key 26 Keyless Entry and Starting 28 Central locking 30 Back-up procedures 30 Doors 32 Boot 32 Hands-free tailgate 33 Alarm 36 Electric windows 38 Panoramic sunroof 39
3Ease of use and comfort Driving position 42 Front seats 43 Steering wheel adjustment 47 Mirrors 47 Rear bench seat 49
Rear seats 50 Seat modularity 55 Heating and Ventilation 56 Dual-zone automatic air conditioning 57 Front demisting - defrosting 60 Heated windscreen 60 Rear screen demisting/defrosting 61 Temperature pre-conditioning (Rechargeable hybrid) 61 Front fittings 62 Courtesy lamps 65 Interior ambient lighting 66 Rear fittings 66 Boot fittings 68
4Lighting and visibility Lighting control stalk 74 Direction indicators 75 Headlamp beam height adjustment 76 Automatic illumination of headlamps 76 Guide-me-home and welcome lighting 77 Automatic lighting systems - General recommendations 77 Automatic headlamp dipping 77 Static cornering lighting 78 Night Vision 79 Wiper control stalk 80 Automatic wipers 81 Changing a wiper blade 83
5Safety General safety recommendations 84 Hazard warning lamps 84 Horn 85 Pedestrian horn (Rechargeable hybrid) 85
Emergency or assistance 85 Electronic stability control (ESC) 87 Advanced Grip Control 89 Hill Assist Descent Control 90 Seat belts 91 Airbags 95 Child seats 97 Deactivating the front passenger airbag 99 ISOFIX child seats 102 i-Size child seats 107 Child lock 108
6Driving Driving recommendations 110 Starting/Switching off the engine 111 Starting rechargeable hybrid vehicles 112 Electric parking brake 114 6-speed manual gearbox 116 Automatic gearbox 116 Electric automatic gearbox (Rechargeable hybrid) 119 Hill start assist 121 Driving modes 121 Gear shift indicator 123 Stop & Start 123 Tyre under-inflation detection 125 Driving and manoeuvring aids - General recommendations 126 Memorising speeds 128 Speed Limit Recognition and Recommendation 128 Speed limiter 132 Cruise control - Specific recommendations 133 Cruise control 134 Drive Assist Plus 135 Adaptive Cruise Control 136
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Lane positioning assist 140 Lane Departure Warning System 143 Active Lane Keeping Assistance 144 Active Safety Brake with Distance Alert and Intelligent emergency braking assistance 147 Distraction detection 150 Blind Spot Monitoring 151 Active Blind Spot Monitoring System 152 Parking sensors 153 Visiopark 1 - Visiopark 2 154 Park Assist 158
7Practical information Compatibility of fuels 163 Refuelling 163 Misfuel prevention (Diesel) 164 Rechargeable hybrid system 165 Charging the traction battery (Rechargeable hybrid engine) 171 Towing device 173 Towing device with quickly detachable towball 174 Tetcsomagtartó rudak 176 Snow chains 177 Very cold climate screen 178 Energy economy mode 178 Motorháztet 179 Engine compartment 180 Checking levels 181 Checks 183 AdBlue® (BlueHDi) 184 Free-wheeling 186 Advice on care and maintenance 187
8In the event of a breakdown Warning triangle 189 Running out of fuel (Diesel) 189 Tool kit 190 Temporary puncture repair kit 192 Spare wheel 195 Changing a bulb 200 Changing a fuse 201 12 V battery 206 Accessory battery (Rechargeable hybrid) 209 Towing the vehicle 211
9Technical data Engine technical data and towed loads 215 Petrol engines 216 Diesel engines 218 Rechargeable hybrid engines 220 Dimensions 221 Identification markings 222
10PEUGEOT Connect Radio First steps 223 Steering mounted controls 224 Menus 225 Applications 226 Radio 226 DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) radio 228 Media 228 Telephone 230 Settings 233 Frequently asked questions 234
11PEUGEOT Connect Nav First steps 236
Steering mounted controls 237 Menus 237 Voice commands 239 Navigation 242 Connected navigation 245 Applications 247 Radio 250 DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) radio 251 Media 251 Telephone 253 Settings 255 Frequently asked questions 257
Alphabetical index
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Overview
Presentation These illustrations and descriptions are intended as a guide. The presence and location of some elements vary depending on the version or trim level. Instruments and controls
1. Sunroof and blind controls Front courtesy/map reading lamps Warning lamp display for seat belts and front passenger airbag Emergency call/Assistance call
2. Interior rear view mirror/Driving in Electric mode indicator LED
3. Head-up digital display 4. Fusebox 5. Bonnet release 6. Door mirror and electric window control panel 7. Front passenger airbag 8. Glove box
Deactivation of the front passenger airbag
1. 8" PEUGEOT Connect Radio (or 10" HD PEUGEOT Connect Nav) touch screen
2. 12 V socket/USB socket Wireless smartphone charger
3. "START/STOP" button 4. Gearbox control
5. Electric parking brake 6. Hill Assist Descent Control 7. "SPORT" or “ECO” programme
or Driving mode selector and/or Advanced Grip Control
8. Advanced Grip Control
Adaptive Cruise Control 6. Instrument panel and audio system
adjustment controls
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Overview
A. Select the instrument panel display mode B. Voice commands C. Decrease/Increase volume D. Select previous/next media
Confirm a selection E. Access the Telephone menu
Manage calls F. Select an audio source G. Display the list of radio stations/audio tracks
Side switch panel
1. Headlamp beam height adjustment 2. Temperature pre-conditioning operation
indicator lamp 3. Opening/Closing the hands-free tailgate 4. Alarm 5. Heated windscreen 6. Electric child lock 7. Active Lane Keeping Assistance 8. Lane positioning assist 9. Opening the fuel filler flap
Central switch panel
1. Hazard warning lamps 2. Touch screen controls with PEUGEOT
Connect Radio or PEUGEOT Connect Nav Access the Energy menu
3. Front demisting/defrosting 4. Recirculation of interior air 5. Rear screen defrosting 6. Central locking 7. Heated seats
Rechargeable hybrid system
1. Petrol engine 2. Front and rear electric motors (depending on
version) 3. Traction battery 4. 12 V accessories batteries 5. 8-speed electric automatic gearbox (e-EAT8) 6. Charging flap 7. Fuel filler flap 8. Driving mode selector 9. Domestic charging cable
The rechargeable hybrid technology combines two sources of energy: that of the petrol engine and that of one or two electric motors (depending on version). The engine and the motor can operate alternately or simultaneously, according to the driving mode selected and the driving conditions.
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Overview
The electric power alone provides the mobility of the vehicle in Electric mode, and in Hybrid mode in case of moderate demand. It assists the petrol engine during starting and acceleration phases. The electric power is supplied by a rechargeable traction battery.
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Eco-driving
Eco-driving Eco-driving refers to a range of everyday practices that allow the motorist to optimise the vehicle's energy consumption (fuel and/or electricity) and CO2 emissions. Optimise your use of the gearbox With a manual gearbox, move off gently and change up promptly. While accelerating, change up early. With an automatic gearbox, favour automatic mode. Do not depress the accelerator pedal heavily or suddenly. The gear shift indicator prompts you to engage the most suitable gear. Whenever this indication is displayed on the instrument panel, follow it straight away. With an automatic gearbox, this indicator appears only in manual mode. Drive smoothly Maintain a safe distance between vehicles, use engine braking rather than the brake pedal and press the accelerator gradually. These practices help to save on energy consumption, reduce CO2 emissions and decrease general traffic noise. When the traffic is flowing smoothly, select the cruise control.
Control the use of electrical equipment Before moving off, if the passenger compartment is too warm, ventilate it by opening the windows and air vents before using the air conditioning. At speeds above 31 mph (50 km/h), close the windows and leave the air vents open. Consider using equipment that can help keep the temperature in the passenger compartment down (e.g. sunroof blind, window blinds). Unless automatically regulated, switch off the air conditioning as soon as the desired temperature has been reached. Switch off the demisting and defrosting functions, if they are not managed automatically. Switch off the heated seat as soon as possible. Adapt your use of the headlamps and/or foglamps to the level of visibility, in accordance with current legislation in the country in which you are driving. Avoid running the engine before moving off, particularly in winter (other than in severe wintry conditions: temperature below -23°C). The vehicle will warm up much faster while driving. As a passenger, avoid connecting your multimedia devices (e.g. film, music, video game) to help reduce the consumption of energy. Disconnect all portable devices before leaving the vehicle. Limit the causes of excess consumption Spread loads throughout the vehicle. Place the heaviest items in the boot as close as possible to the rear seats.
Limit the loads carried in the vehicle and minimise wind resistance (e.g. roof bars, roof rack, bicycle carrier, trailer). Preferably, use a roof box. Remove roof bars and roof racks after use. At the end of winter, remove snow tyres and refit summer tyres. Avoid using the Dynamic Pack for too long, in order to limit your energy consumption. Comply with the servicing instructions Check tyre pressures regularly, with the tyres cold, referring to the label in the door aperture on the driver's side. Carry out this check in particular: – before a long journey. – at each change of season. – after a long period out of use. Do not forget the spare wheel and, where applicable, the tyres on your trailer or caravan. Have your vehicle serviced regularly (e.g. engine oil, oil filter, air filter, passenger compartment filter, etc.). Observe the schedule of operations in the manufacturer's service schedule. With a BlueHDi Diesel engine, if the SCR system has a fault, your vehicle will emit pollution. Visit a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop as soon as possible to restore your vehicle's nitrogen oxide emissions to legal levels. When filling the fuel tank, do not continue after the third cut-out of the nozzle, to avoid overflow.
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Eco-driving
You will only see the fuel consumption of your new vehicle settle down to a consistent average after the first 1,900 miles (3,000 kilometres). Optimising the driving range (rechargeable hybrid vehicles) Connect the vehicle as soon as possible. Favour the ECO zone of the power indicator by driving smoothly and at a steady speed. Anticipate slowing down as much as possible and, if possible, favour decelerations with regenerative braking mode activated (power indicator in the CHARGE zone). With the vehicle connected, carry out temperature pre-conditioning before setting off. To optimise consumption during a journey: Programme a destination in the vehicle’s GPS navigation system. Select the Hybrid driving mode. Make sure that the battery charge level is close to maximum. Do not use the e-Save function while driving. Use the heating/air conditioning system wisely.
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Instruments
1Head-up digital display This digital instrument panel can be customised. Depending on the display mode selected, certain information is hidden or presented differently. Example with the "DIALS" display mode:
1. Fuel gauge 2. Analogue speedometer (mph or km/h) 3. Gear shift indicator
Selector position and gear engaged on automatic gearbox
4. Digital speedometer (mph or km/h) 5. Cruise control or speed limiter settings
Display of speed limit signs 6. Rev counter (x 1,000 rpm) 7. Engine coolant temperature indicator (°C) 8. Trip distance recorder (miles or km) 9. Total distance recorder (miles or km)
A. Instrument panel ambient lighting on/off B. Short press: start a manual test
Long press: reset the service indicator or trip distance recorder (depending on the context)
Head-up digital display (Rechargeable hybrid) This digital instrument panel can be customised. Depending on the display mode selected, certain information is hidden or presented differently. Example with the "ÉNERGIE" display mode:
1. Fuel gauge and remaining range (miles or km)
2. Digital speedometer (mph or km/h) READY indicator lamp
3. Status of the gearbox 4. Energy flows 5. Driving mode selected 6. Power indicator 7. Battery charge level and remaining range
(miles or km) 8. Trip distance recorder (miles or km) 9. Total distance recorder (miles or km)
A. Instrument panel ambient lighting on/off B. Short press: start a manual test
Long press: reset the service indicator or trip distance recorder (depending on the context)
In all-electric driving mode, the speed is displayed in blue.
Displays Most warning and indicator lamps do not have a fixed position. The warning and indicator lamps in the second line are displayed from right to left in order of priority. For certain functions that have indicator lamps for both operation and deactivation, there is only one dedicated location. Permanent information In the standard display, the instrument panel shows: – in fixed locations:
• Information related to the gearbox and gear shift indicator.
• Fuel gauge. • Coolant temperature indicator (Petrol or
Diesel). • Charge level and range indicator
(Rechargeable hybrid). • Distance recorders.
– in variable locations: • Digital speedometer. • Status or alert messages displayed
temporarily. Optional information Depending on the selected display mode and active features, additional information may be displayed: – Rev counter (Petrol or Diesel). – Trip computer.
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Instruments
• "Navigation". • "Trip computer". • "Rev counter". • "Energy flow" (depending on version). • "Power indicator" (depending on version). • "Energy consumption" (depending on
version). Confirm to save and exit. "PERSONAL" mode is displayed immediately.
Warning and indicator lamps Displayed as symbols, the warning and indicator lamps inform the driver of the occurrence of a malfunction (warning lamps) or of the operating status of a system (operation or deactivation indicator lamps). Certain lamps light up in two ways (fixed or flashing) and/or in several colours. Associated warnings The illumination of a lamp may be accompanied by an audible signal and/or a message displayed in a screen. Relating the type of alert to the operating status of the vehicle allows you to determine whether the situation is normal or whether a fault has occurred: refer to the description of each lamp for further information. When the ignition is switched on Certain red or orange warning lamps come on for a few seconds when the ignition is switched
– Driving aid functions. – Speed limiter or cruise control. – Media currently playing. – Navigation instructions. – Engine information from the Dynamic Pack. – Power flow (Rechargeable hybrid).
Customising the instrument panel Depending on version, the appearance of the instrument panel may be customisable (colour and/or display mode).
Display language and units These depend on the multifunction
screen settings (configuration menu). When travelling abroad, the speed must be shown in the official units of the country you are driving in (mph, miles or km/h, km).
As a safety measure, these adjustments must be carried out with the vehicle
stationary.
Choosing the display colour Depending on version, the instrument panel display colour depends on the colour scheme chosen in this system.
This function is set via the Settings touch screen menu.
Choosing the display mode In each mode, specific types of information are displayed on the instrument panel.
Turn the thumbwheel on the left of the steering wheel to display and scroll through the various modes on the right-hand side of the instrument panel. Press the thumbwheel to confirm the mode. The new display mode is applied immediately. Display modes – "DIALS": standard display of analogue and digital speedometers, distance recorders and:
• fuel gauge, coolant temperature indicator and rev counter (Petrol or Diesel).
• fuel gauge, battery charge indicator and power indicator (Rechargeable hybrid).
– "NAVIGATION": specific display, showing current navigation information (map and instructions). – "DRIVING": specific display, showing information relating to active driving aid systems.
– "MINIMAL": minimal display with digital speedometer and distance recorders, and in the event of a warning only, the fuel gauge and coolant temperature indicator. – "ÉNERGIE": specific display, showing a visual representation of the vehicle’s energy flows (Rechargeable hybrid). – "PERSONAL": minimal display, with the ability to select and display optional information in the customisable areas on the left and right. Configuring a "PERSONAL" display mode With PEUGEOT Connect Radio
Press Settings in the banner of the touch screen. Select "Configuration".
Select "Instrument panel personalisation".
With PEUGEOT Connect Nav Press Settings in the banner of the touch screen.
Select "OPTIONS". Select "Instrument panel personalisation".
For each customised display area (left and right), select a type of information using the corresponding scroll arrows on the touch screen:
• "Driving aids". • "Engine info" (depending on version). • "G-metres" (depending on version). • "Temperatures" (engine oil). • "Media".
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Instruments
1• "Navigation". • "Trip computer". • "Rev counter". • "Energy flow" (depending on version). • "Power indicator" (depending on version). • "Energy consumption" (depending on
version). Confirm to save and exit. "PERSONAL" mode is displayed immediately.
Warning and indicator lamps Displayed as symbols, the warning and indicator lamps inform the driver of the occurrence of a malfunction (warning lamps) or of the operating status of a system (operation or deactivation indicator lamps). Certain lamps light up in two ways (fixed or flashing) and/or in several colours. Associated warnings The illumination of a lamp may be accompanied by an audible signal and/or a message displayed in a screen. Relating the type of alert to the operating status of the vehicle allows you to determine whether the situation is normal or whether a fault has occurred: refer to the description of each lamp for further information. When the ignition is switched on Certain red or orange warning lamps come on for a few seconds when the ignition is switched
on. These warning lamps should go off as soon as the engine is started. For more information on a system or a function, refer to the corresponding section.
Persistent warning lamp If a red or orange warning lamp comes on, there may be fault which needs further investigation. If a lamp remains lit The references (1), (2) and (3) in the warning and indicator lamp description indicate whether you should contact a qualified professional in addition to the immediate recommended actions. (1): You must stop the vehicle. Stop as soon as it is safe to do so and switch off the ignition. (2): Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop. (3): Go to a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.
List of warning and indicator lamps Red warning/indicator lamps
STOP Fixed, associated with another warning lamp, accompanied by the display of a
message and an audible signal. A serious fault with the engine, braking system, power steering or automatic gearbox or a major electrical fault has been detected.
Carry out (1) and then (2). Maximum engine coolant temperature
Fixed. The temperature of the cooling system is
too high. Carry out (1),…