Start/Stop* - the engine does not stop
Some engine and gearbox combinations are equipped with a Start/Stop function which engages in the event of e.g. stationary traffic or waiting at traffic lights.
Although the Start/Stop function is activated, the engine does not always stop automatically.
The engine does not auto-stop if:
|the car has not first achieved approx. 10 km/h (6 mph) after a key start or the last auto-stop.||M + A|
|the driver has opened the seatbelt's buckle.||M + A|
|the capacity of the starter battery is below the minimum permissible level.||M + A|
|the engine does not have normal operating temperature.||M + A|
|ambient temperature is around freezing point or above approx. 30 °C.||M + A|
|the windscreen's electric heating is activated.||M + A|
|the environment in the passenger compartment differs from the preset values2 - indicated by the ventilation fan running at a high speed.||M + A|
|the car is reversed.||M + A|
|the starter battery's temperature is below freezing point or too high.||M + A|
|the driver makes greater steering wheel movements.||M + A|
|the exhaust system's particulate filter is full - the temporarily disengaged Start/Stop function is reactivated as soon as an automatic cleaning cycle has been performed (see Diesel particle filter (DPF)).||M + A|
|the road is very steep.||M + A|
|a trailer is connected electrically to the car’s electrical system.||M + A|
|the bonnet has been opened3.||M + A|
|the gearbox does not have normal operating temperature.||A|
|the atmospheric air pressure is less than equivalent to 1500-2500 metres above sea level - the current air pressure varies with the prevailing weather conditions.||A|
|adaptive cruise control Queue Assist is activated.||A|
the gear selector is moved out of the D position to R, S position4 or "+/-".