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AS&G: Auto Stop & Go (AS&G) system

AS&G: Auto Stop & Go (AS&G) system

► The values shown above apply to a vehicle on which optional equipment has not Note

► The values shown above apply to a vehicle on which optional equipment has not been fitted.
► The results given do not express or imply any guarantee of the fuel consumption of the particular vehicle.

The vehicle itself has not been tested and there are inevitably differences between individual vehicles of the same model. In addition, this vehicle may incorporate particular modifications. Furthermore, the driver’s style and road and traffic conditions, as well as the extent to which the vehicle has been driven and the standard of maintenance, will all affect its fuel consumption.

1800 models

: Vehicles with the Auto Stop & Go (AS&G) system

: Vehicles with the Auto Stop & Go (AS&G) system

HPS: Hydraulic power steering system
EPS: Electronic power steering system

► The values shown above apply to a vehicle on which optional equipment has not Note

► The values shown above apply to a vehicle on which optional equipment has not been fitted.
► The results given do not express or imply any guarantee of the fuel consumption of the particular vehicle.

The vehicle itself has not been tested and there are inevitably differences between individual vehicles of the same model. In addition, this vehicle may incorporate particular modifications. Furthermore, the driver’s style and road and traffic conditions, as well as the extent to which the vehicle has been driven and the standard of maintenance, will all affect its fuel consumption.

2000 models

Note

► The values shown above apply to a vehicle on which optional equipment has not Note

► The values shown above apply to a vehicle on which optional equipment has not been fitted.
► The results given do not express or imply any guarantee of the fuel consumption of the particular vehicle.

The vehicle itself has not been tested and there are inevitably differences between individual vehicles of the same model. In addition, this vehicle may incorporate particular modifications. Furthermore, the driver’s style and road and traffic conditions, as well as the extent to which the vehicle has been driven and the standard of maintenance, will all affect its fuel consumption.

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    Starting the engine (diesel-powered vehicles)
    1. Fasten the seat belt. 2. Make sure the parking brake is applied. 3. Depress and hold the brake pedal. 4. Fully depress the clutch pedal. Note ► On vehicles with the Auto Stop & Go ( ...

    Parking
    To park the vehicle, first bring it to a complete stop, fully engage the parking brake and then move the selector lever to the “P” (PARK) position. If you are going to leave the vehicle unatten ...