A few definitions

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Range

(miles or km)

(miles or km)

This indicates the distance which can still be travelled with the fuel remaining in the tank in relation to the average consumption over the last few miles (kilometres) travelled.

This fi gure may vary following a change in the style of driving or the relief, resulting in a signifi - cant change in the current consumption.

When the range falls below 20 miles (30 km), dashes are displayed. After fi lling with at least 5 litres of fuel, the range is recalculated and is displayed when it exceeds 60 miles (100 km).

If dashes are displayed continuously while driving in place of the digits, contact a CITROËN dealer.

(mpg or l/100 km or km/l)

This is the average fuel consumption during the last few seconds.

This function is only displayed from 20 mph (30 km/h).

Average fuel consumption

(mpg or l/100 km or km/l)

(mpg or l/100 km or km/l)

This is the average fuel consumption since the last trip computer zero reset.

Average speed

(mph or km/h)

(mph or km/h)

This is the average speed calculated since the last trip computer zero reset (ignition on).

Distance travelled

(miles or km)

(miles or km)

This indicates the distance travelled since the last trip computer zero reset.

Distance remaining to destination

(miles or km)

(miles or km)

This is the distance remaining to be travelled to the fi nal destination. It can be entered by the user.

If the distance is not entered, dashes are displayed in place of the digits.

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