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Indication on locking/unlocking the car
When the car is locked or unlocked using the remote control key, the direction indicators confirm that locking/unlocking was correctly performed.
Opening/closing the tailgate with foot movement*
To facilitate the operation of the tailgate when your hands are occupied, it can be opened/closed by means of a forward kicking motion under the rear bumper.
The steering lock makes steering difficult if the car is e.g. taken unlawfully. A mechanical noise can be perceived when the steering lock locks or unlocks.
Child safety locks
The child safety locks prevent children from being able to open a rear door from the inside. There is an electric* and a manual lock.
Power operated tailgate*
The car's tailgate can be opened/closed electrically.
Locking/unlocking the tailgate
The tailgate can be locked/unlocked and opened in different ways depending on the equipment level of the car.
Using private locking
The tailgate can be locked with the private locking function when the car is taken in for service, left at a hotel or similar.
Locking/unlocking from the outside
The car is locked/unlocked from the outside using buttons on the remote control key or with the door or tailgate handles if the car is equipped with keyless locking/unlocking (Passive Entry)*. The tailgate can be operated via power operation* and/or foot movement*.
Deadlocks means that all door handles are mechanically disengaged, which prevents doors being opened from the inside.
Locking/unlocking from the inside
The doors and tailgate can be locked and unlocked from inside using the central locking controls in the front doors. The lock controls* on the rear doors each lock their own rear door.