Vehicle features and
This chapter describes all standard, country-spe‐
cific and optional features offered with the series.
It also describes features and functions that are
not necessarily available in your vehicle, e.g., due
to the selected options or country versions. This
also applies to safety-related functions and sys‐
tems. When using these functions and systems,
the applicable laws and regulations must be ob‐
Coolant consists of water and additives.
Not all commercially available additives are suita‐
ble for the vehicle. Do not mix additives of differ‐
ent colors. Observe the water - additive mixing
ratio of 50:50. Information about suitable addi‐
tives is available from a dealer’s service center or
another qualified service center or repair shop.
With the engine hot and the cooling system
open, coolant can escape and lead to scalding.
There is a risk of injury. Only open the cooling
system with the engine cooled down.
Additives are harmful and incorrect additives
can damage the engine. There is a risk of injury
and risk of damage to property. Do not allow
additives to come into contact with skin, eyes
or articles of clothing. Use suitable additives
Depending on the motorization, there are up to
two coolant reservoirs in the engine compart‐
ment. Check and top up the coolant levels on a
The coolant level is indicted using minimum and
maximum markings. Depending on the coolant
reservoir, the minimum and maximum markings
are located at different locations.
Engine compartment, refer to page 317.
Checking the coolant level in the
Let the engine cool.
2. Open the hood, refer to page 318.
3. Turn the lid of the coolant reservoir slightly
counterclockwise to allow any excess pres‐
sure to dissipate, then open it.
4. Open the coolant reservoir lid.
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