One of the car's remote control keys must be within range for locking and unlocking to work.
Be aware that the system may be activated in connection with car washing if the remote control key is in range.
All side doors must be closed to be able to lock the car. The boot lid, on the other hand, can be open when locking the car with a side door handle.
Touch the marked surface towards the rear on the outside of a door handle after the door has been closed. Or press the button on the underside of the boot lid before it closes.
The lock indicator on the instrument panel starts to flash to indicate the car is locked.
To close all side windows and the sunroof* simultaneously - place a finger against the touch-sensitive recess on the outside of the door handle and hold it there until all side windows and the sunroof have been closed.
Locking when the boot lid is open
If the car has been locked and the boot lid is still open, make sure that the remote control key is not left in the cargo area when the boot lid is closed.
If the key is detected inside the car, the boot lid will not lock when it is closed.
Grasp a door handle or gently press the rubberised pressure plate beneath the boot lid handle to unlock the car.
The lock indicator on the instrument panel stops flashing to indicate that the car is unlocked.
Rubberised pressure plate on the boot lid can only be used for unlocking.
If none of the doors or the boot lid is opened within 2 minutes of unlocking, they are locked automatically. This function prevents the car from being left unlocked unintentionally.