Towing Lifting

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Towing with wheels on the ground

Towing with wheels on the ground

Towing eye fixings are located at the front and at the rear of the vehicle.

Detach the cover:

For the front cover, lever with a screwdriver at the top of the cover.

For the rear cover, press:

On the right hand side (saloon), On the bottom (Tourer).

The ignition key must be in position M to retain steering

Use a bar with attachments to the towing eyes as above.

The towing eye is removable, to be stowed in the jack protection box inside the spare wheel.

Advice

Advice

Towing at low speed over a very short distance is authorised in exceptional cases depending on the regulations in force.

Otherwise, it is necessary to have your vehicle transported on a recovery truck.

It is essential to check that the electric parking brake is released.

Requirement Towing with automatic gearbox

Place the selector on position N (neutral).

When the engine is not running, the steering and the braking are no longer

When the engine is not running, the steering and the braking are no longer assisted.
If you are towing another vehicle, the latter must be freewheeling (gearbox in neutral).
Towing with either the front or the rear of the vehicle raised, or in minimum height position, is forbidden.

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