Trip computer

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Operation

Operation

The trip computer is displayed on the instrument panel screen. It gives you access to:

2 types of instantaneous information:

Range.

Instantaneous consumption.

This information can be displayed in zone B of the instrument panel screen when you switch the ignition on, immediately after the display of oil level and/or maintenance information.

The different information to be displayed is selected by rotating the control knob A.

3 types of information for two journeys 1 and 2:

3 types of information for two journeys 1 and 2:

Average speed.

Average consumption.

The distance travelled.

This information is displayed in zone C of the instrument panel by rotating the control knob A.

Instantaneous information

Range

Range

This is the distance that can still be travelled on the amount of fuel remaining in the tank.

When the range is lower than 30 km (19 miles), only four dashes are displayed.

Instantaneous consumption

Instantaneous consumption

This is the result from the consumption recorded within the last 2 seconds. This function is only available when travelling at over 30 km/h.

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