- The car's hazard warning flashers indicate locking by flashing and retracting the door mirrors1.
- The car's hazard warning flashers indicate unlocking by two flashes and extending the door mirrors1.
All doors, the tailgate and the bonnet must be closed for the car to indicate that it is locked. If locking takes place with just the driver door closed2, locking will take place but the lock indication with hazard warning flashers will only take place when all doors, the tailgate and the bonnet have been closed.
Lock and alarm indicator on the instrument panel
- A long flash indicates locking.
- Short flashes indicate that the car is locked.
- Rapid flashes after disarming the alarm* indicate that the alarm has been triggered.
Indication in lock buttons
An illuminated indicator lamp in the lock button of either front door indicates that all doors are locked. If any door is opened, the lamp will extinguish in both doors.
An illuminated indicator lamp in the lock button for one of the doors indicates that the door in question is locked. If any door is unlocked, its lamp will extinguish while the others will continue to illuminate.
The home safety light and guidance light functions can also be activated when locking and unlocking.
Retraction/extension of door mirrors can also be used as an aid to indicate locking/unlocking.