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  • Page 1

    Thank you for becoming the owner of a new Kia vehicle. As a global car manufacturer focused on building high-quality, value for money prices, Kia Motors is dedicated to providing you with a customer service experience that exceeds your expectations.

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    Thank you for choosing a Kia vehicle. The information and specifications provided in this manual were accurate at the time of printing. Kia reserves the right to When you require service, remember that your Kia Dealer discontinue or change specifications or design at any time knows your vehicle dynasoft TeleFactura ISP Billing 5.82 Crack and Serial key best.

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    Introduction Your vehicle at a glance Safety features of your vehicle Features of your vehicle TABLE OF CONTENTS Driving your vehicle What to do in an emergency Maintenance Specifications & Consumer information Index...

  • Page 4

    Introduction How to use this manual...... 1-2 Fuel requirements......1-3 •...

  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL A010000AAM The general layout of the manual is You will find various WARNINGs, We want to help you get the greatest provided in the Table of Contents. CAUTIONs, and NOTICEs in this possible driving pleasure from your Use the index when looking for a manual.

  • Page 6

    (Consult an thus likely to reduce your fuel efficien- authorized Kia dealer for details.) cy and could lower your MPG results. • Tighten the cap until it clicks once.

  • Page 7

    Also, the Malfunction Indicator Lamp produce vapor lock or hard starting. ance and damage to your vehicle's (MIL) may illuminate. engine and fuel system. Kia recom- ✽ ✽ NOTICE mends that customers do not use ✽ ✽ NOTICE fuel with an ethanol content exceed-...

  • Page 8

    • Observe all regulations regarding Tricarbonyl). vent deposit formation in the engine. registration and insurance. These gasolines will help the engine Kia does not recommend the use of • Determine that acceptable fuel is run cleaner and enhance perform- gasoline containing MMT. available.

  • Page 9

    Introduction VEHICLE HANDLING VEHICLE BREAK-IN INSTRUCTIONS PROCESS A030000AUN A090000AEN No special break-in period is need- As with other vehicles of this type, ed. By following a few simple precau- failure to operate this vehicle correct- tions for the first 1,000 km (600 ly may result in loss of control, an miles) you may add to the perform- accident or vehicle rollover.

  • Page 10

    Introduction VEHICLE DATA COLLECTION AND EVENT DATA RECORDERS This vehicle is equipped with an These data can help provide a bet- To read data recorded by an EDR, event data recorder (EDR). The ter understanding of the circum- special equipment is required, and main purpose of an EDR is to stances in which crashes and access to the vehicle or the EDR is...

  • Page 11

    Your vehicle at a glance Exterior overview I......2-2 Exterior overview II......2-3 Interior overview.

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    Your vehicle at a glance EXTERIOR OVERVIEW I ■ ■ Front 1. Hood............4-32 5. Outside rearview mirror......4-54 2. Headlamp..........8-2 6. Sunroof..........4-37 7. Wiper blade..........7-26 3. Fog light..........8-2 4. Tires and wheels........7-32 8. Windows..........4-27 OSL012003N...

  • Page 13

    Your vehicle at a glance EXTERIOR OVERVIEW II ■ ■ Rear 9. Door............4-19 13. Rear wiper blade........7-26 10. Fuel filler lid........4-34 14. Center high mounted stop light..8-2 11. Rear combination lamp......8-2 15. Rear window defroster......4-97 12.

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Your vehicle at a glance INTERIOR OVERVIEW 1. Door lock/unlock button....4-20 2. Outside rearview mirror control switch..........4-55 3. Central door lock switch....4-21 4. Power window lock button....4-31 5. Power window switches....4-28 6. Rear parking assist system OFF button..........4-79 7.

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Your vehicle at a glance INSTRUMENT PANEL OVERVIEW 1. Lighting controls / Turn signals..4-86 2. Steering wheel audio controls..4-131 3. Instrument cluster......4-57 4. Horn..........4-44 5. Driver’s front air bag......3-51 6. Cruise controls.........5-43 7. Wiper/Washer switch......4-90 8. ENGINE START/STOP button...5-8 9.

  • Page 16: Table Of Contents

    Your vehicle at a glance ENGINE COMPARTMENT ■ ■ GDI engine 1. Engine coolant reservoir....7-21 2. Engine oil filler cap......7-18 3. Brake/clutch fluid reservoir....7-22 4. Positive battery terminal....7-29 5. Negative battery terminal....7-29 6. Fuse box..........7-46 ■...

  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    Safety features of your vehicle Seats........3-2 •...

  • Page 18: Seats

    Safety features of your vehicle SEATS Front seat (1) Forward and backward (2) Seatback angle (3) Seat cushion height (Driver’s seat) (4) Lumbar support (Driver’s seat) (5) Seat heater (with air ventilation) Power seat (6) Headrest 2nd row seat (7) Seatback angle and folding (8) Headrest Manual seat (9) Armrest...

  • Page 19: Features Of Your Vehicle

    Safety features of your vehicle WARNING WARNING WARNING - Loose Driver - Seat cushion objects responsibility for passen- Occupants should never sit on gers Do not place anything in the dri- aftermarket seat cushions or sit- ver's foot well or under the front ting cushions.

  • Page 20

    Safety features of your vehicle WARNING WARNING WARNING - Driver’s seat - Rear seat- - Cargo Area backs • Never attempt to adjust the Do not allow passengers to ride seat while the vehicle is mov- Always lock the rear seatback in the cargo area under any cir- ing.

  • Page 21: Front Seat

    Safety features of your vehicle WARNING - Seat adjust- ment • Do not adjust the seat while wearing seat belts. Moving the seat forward will cause strong pressure on the abdomen. • Do not place your hand near the seat adjusting the seat. Your hand could get caught in the seat mechanism.

  • Page 22

    Safety features of your vehicle Front seat adjustment - power CAUTION - Power seat (if equipped) adjustments The front seat can be adjusted by The power seating controls using the control switches located on function by electronic motor. the outside of the seat cushion. Excessive operation may cause Before driving, adjust the seat to the damage to the electrical equip-...

  • Page 23

    Safety features of your vehicle OSL030006 OSL030007 OSL030008 Forward and backward Seatback angle Seat height (for driver’s seat) Push the control switch forward or Push the control switch forward or Pull the rear portion of the control backward to move the seat to the backward to move the seatback to switch up to raise or press down to desired position.

  • Page 24

    Safety features of your vehicle Also, adjust the headrest as close to Type A your head as possible. For this rea- son, the use of a cushion that holds the body away from the seatback is not recommended. WARNING - Headrest removal/adjustment •...

  • Page 25

    Safety features of your vehicle CAUTION Excessive pulling or pushing may damage the headrest. OSL030011 OSL032010A Forward and backward adjustment Adjusting the height up and down (if equipped) To raise the headrest, pull it up to the The headrest may be adjusted for- desired position (1).

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    Safety features of your vehicle Type A WARNING NEVER allow anyone to ride in a seat with the headrest removed. OSL034073 Type B OYFH034205 ✽ ✽ NOTICE If you recline the seatback towards the front with the headrest and seat cushion raised, the headrest may come in contact with the sunvisor or other parts of the vehicle.

  • Page 27

    If there is any problem with the active OSL034072 headrest, take your vehicle to an To reinstall the headrest : authorized Kia dealer and have the system checked. 1. Put the headrest poles (2) into the holes while pressing the release button (1).

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    Safety features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE • Each time you push the button, the temperature setting of the seat will With the seat heater switch in the change as follows : ON position, the heating system in the seat turns off or on automatical- OFF →...

  • Page 29

    Safety features of your vehicle • Each time you press the button, CAUTION - Seat damage the temperature setting or airflow will change as follows: • When cleaning the seats, do not use an organic solvent OFF → HIGH( ) → LOW( such as thinner, benzene, alcohol and gasoline.

  • Page 30

    Safety features of your vehicle For proper operation of the Occupant WARNING - Seat warmer Detection System (ODS): burns • Do not place any items cumulative- The seat warmer may cause ly weighing over 1 kg (2.2 lbs) in burns, even at low tempera- the seatback pocket or on the front tures, if used over a long period passenger seat.

  • Page 31: Rear Seat

    Safety features of your vehicle Folding the rear seat WARNING The rear seatbacks can be folded to facilitate carrying long items or to Never allow passengers to sit on increase the luggage capacity of the top of the folded down seatback vehicle.

  • Page 32

    Safety features of your vehicle 1.Insert the rear seat belt buckle in the pocket (if equipped) between the rear seatback and cushion, and insert the rear seat belt webbing into the guide to prevent the seat belt from being damaged. 2.Set the front seatback to the upright position and if necessary, slide the front seat forward.

  • Page 33

    Safety features of your vehicle When returning the rear seatbacks to WARNING WARNING - Rear seat- - Cargo the upright position, remember to back return the rear shoulder belts to their Do not place heavy objects in proper position. Routing the seat belt When returning the rear seat- the rear seats, since they can- webbing through the rear seat belt...

  • Page 34

    Safety features of your vehicle Make sure the engine is off, the auto- • For maximum effectiveness in matic transaxle is in P (Park) or the case of an accident, the rear seat manual transaxle is in 1st, and the headrest should be adjusted so the parking brake is securely applied middle of the headrest is at the...

  • Page 35

    Safety features of your vehicle OSL030017 OSL030018 OSL030019 Rear seat armrest Adjusting the height up and down Removal and reinstallation To raise the headrest, push and hold To remove the headrest, raise it as To use the armrest, pull it forward the release button (1) while pulling it far as it can go then press the from the seatback.

  • Page 36

    Safety features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE CAUTION With the seat heater switch in ON • When cleaning the seats, do position, the heating system in the not use an organic solvent seat turns off or on automatically such as thinner, benzene, depending on the seat temperature.

  • Page 37

    Safety features of your vehicle WARNING - Seat heater burns Passengers should use extreme caution when using seat heaters due to the possibility of excess heating or burns. The seat heater may cause burns even at low temperatures, espe- cially if used for long periods of time.

  • Page 38: Seat Belts

    Safety features of your vehicle SEAT BELTS C020100AHM WARNING WARNING Seat belt restraint system - Shoulder belt - Twisted seat belt • Never wear the shoulder belt • For maximum restraint system pro- under your arm or behind Make sure your seat belt is not tection, the seat belts must always your back.

  • Page 39

    Safety features of your vehicle Seat belts are designed to bear upon • No modifications or additions WARNING - Seat belt the bony structure of the body, and should be made by the user which buckle should be worn low across the front will either prevent the seat belt of the pelvis, chest and shoulders, as adjusting devices from operating to...

  • Page 40

    Safety features of your vehicle If the driver's seat belt is disconnect- ed after the ignition switch is turned to the ON position, the seat belt warning light and chime will operate for approximately 6 seconds. But if it is fastened within the 6 seconds, the warning light and chime will turn off immediately.

  • Page 41

    Safety features of your vehicle The seat belt automatically adjusts to Front seat the proper length only after the lap belt portion is adjusted manually so that it fits snugly around your hips. If you lean forward in a slow, easy motion, the belt will extend and let you move around.

  • Page 42

    Safety features of your vehicle To adjust the height of the seat belt WARNING - Shoulder anchor, lower or raise the height belt posi- adjuster into an appropriate position. tioning To raise the height adjuster, pull it up (1). To lower it, push it down (3) while Never position the shoulder belt pressing the height adjuster button across your neck or face.

  • Page 43

    Safety features of your vehicle C020106AUN It automatically adjusts to the proper Do NOT fold down the left portion of Seat belts - Front passenger and length only after the lap belt portion the rear seat back when the rear rear seat 3-point system with of the seat belt is adjusted manually center seat belt is buckled.

  • Page 44

    Safety features of your vehicle 1KMN3441 1KMN3442 1KMB3443 3 Point rear center belt 2.Insert the tongue plate (A) into the 3.Pull the webbing and insert the open end of the buckle (C) until an tongue plate (B) into the open end To fasten the rear center belt audible “click"...

  • Page 45

    Safety features of your vehicle There will be an audible “click” when the tab locks in the buckle. The seat belt automatically adjusts to the proper length only after the lap belt is adjusted manually so that it fits snug- ly around your hips, if you lean for- ward in a slow, easy motion, the belt will extend and let you move around.

  • Page 46

    Safety features of your vehicle 1KMN3453 OSL030024 OLM039031 C020105AAM 3.Insert the tongue plate into the Routing the seat belt webbing ❈ The actual feature may differ from the hole on the belt assembly cover. through the rear seat belt guides will illustration.

  • Page 47

    Safety features of your vehicle When the vehicle stops suddenly, or CAUTION - Seat belt if the occupant tries to lean forward guide too quickly, the seat belt retractor will lock into position. In certain frontal Remove the seat belt from the collisions (or side collisions or guides before using.

  • Page 48

    Safety features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE ✽ ✽ NOTICE When the pre-tensioner seat belts The pre-tensioner will activate not are activated, a loud noise may be only in a frontal collision but also in heard and fine dust, which may a side collision or rollover, if the appear to be smoke, may be visible vehicle is equipped with a side or...

  • Page 49: Seat Belt Precautions

    Kia dealer. cle is being driven, please have an authorized Kia dealer inspect the pre- tensioner seat belt and SRS air bag system as soon as possible. 3 33...

  • Page 50

    Safety features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE C020301AHM If the shoulder belt portion slightly Larger children touches the child’s neck or face, try Small children are best protected placing the child closer to the center of Children who are too large for child from injury in an accident when the vehicle.

  • Page 51

    Safety features of your vehicle C020302AKM C020303AUN C020305AAM Restraint of pregnant women Injured person Do not lie down Pregnant women should wear A seat belt should be used when an To reduce the chance of injuries in lap/shoulder belt assemblies when- injured person is being transported.

  • Page 52: Care Of Seat Belts

    C020402AUN ation should be directed to an Keep belts clean and dry authorized Kia dealer. WARNING - Pinched Seat belts should be kept clean and Seat belts dry. If belts become dirty, they can be...

  • Page 53: Child Restraint System

    Safety features of your vehicle CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM C030000AHM-EU Children could be injured or killed in WARNING - Hot child a crash if their restraints are not Children riding in the car should sit in restraint properly secured. For small children the rear seat and must always be and babies, a child seat or infant seat properly restrained to minimize the...

  • Page 54: Using A Child Restraint System

    Always use a child restraint CRS09 After an accident, have an author- system which is appropriate for Forward-facing child restraint system ized Kia dealer check the child your child's height and weight. restraint system, seat belt, tether anchor and lower anchor. WARNING...

  • Page 55

    If the vehicle headrest prevents procedure. described in this section, have the proper installation of a child seat, system checked immediately by your the headrest of the respective seating authorized Kia dealer. position shall be readjusted or entirely removed. 3 39...

  • Page 56

    Safety features of your vehicle OEN036101 OEN036102 OEN036103 3.Pull the shoulder portion of the 4.Slowly allow the shoulder portion To install a child restraint system on seat belt all the way out. When the of the seat belt to retract and listen the outboard or center rear seats, do shoulder portion of the seat belt is for an audible “clicking”...

  • Page 57

    Safety features of your vehicle The lap/shoulder belt automatically WARNING - Auto lock returns to the “emergency lock mode mode” whenever the belt is allowed to retract fully. Therefore, the preced- Set the retractor to Automatic ing seven steps must be followed Lock mode when installing any each time a child restraint is child restraint system.

  • Page 58: Tether Anchor System

    Safety features of your vehicle 2.Connect the tether strap hook to the appropriate child restraint hook holder and tighten to secure the child restraint seat. WARNING - Tether strap Never mount more than one child restraint to a single tether or to a single lower anchorage point.

  • Page 59: Lower Anchor System

    Safety features of your vehicle Check that the child restraint system is secure by pushing and pulling it in different directions. Incorrectly fitted child restraints may swing, twist, tip or separate causing death or serious Lower Anchor Position Indicator injury. Lower Anchor OLM039035 OSL030027...

  • Page 60

    Safety features of your vehicle Once you have installed the LATCH WARNING - Unused rear child restraint, assure that the seat is seatbelts properly attached to the LATCH and tether anchors. Always fasten the seatbelts behind the child restraint seat Also, test the child restraint seat when they are not used to before you place the child in it.

  • Page 61

    Safety features of your vehicle WARNING - LATCH lower anchors Never attempt to attach a LATCH equipped seat in the center seating position. LATCH lower anchors are only to be used with the left and right rear outboard seating positions. You may damage the anchors or the anchors may fail and break in a collision.

  • Page 62: Restraint System

    Safety features of your vehicle AIR BAG - ADVANCED SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM C040000AUN-C1 (1) Driver’s front air bag (2) Passenger’s front air bag (3) Side impact air bag (4) Curtain air bag Even in vehicles with air bags, you and your passengers must always wear the safety belts provided in order to minimize the risk and sever- ity of injury in the event of a collision...

  • Page 63: How Does The Air Bag System Operate

    Safety features of your vehicle C040900AHM-EU • Air bag deployment depends on a This speed of inflation reduces the How does the air bag system number of factors including vehicle risk of serious or life-threatening operate speed, angles of impact and the injuries in a severe collision and is density and stiffness of the vehi- thus a necessary part of the air...

  • Page 64

    Safety features of your vehicle C040902AUN WARNING WARNING - Airbag - Hot compo- Noise and smoke Inflation nents When the air bags inflate, they make Sit as far back as possible from Do not touch the air bag storage a loud noise and they leave smoke the steering wheel while still area's internal...

  • Page 65: Air Bag Warning Light

    Safety features of your vehicle WARNING - Air bag deployment When children are seated in the rear outboard seats of a vehicle equipped with side and/or cur- tain air bags, install the child restraint system as far away from the door side as possible. Inflation of the side and/or cur- tain air bags could impact the child.

  • Page 66: Passenger Air Bag Off Indicator

    Have the system checked by an 11. Occupant detection system authorized Kia dealer if: (Front passenger’s seat only) • The light does not turn on briefly 12. Driver’s and front passenger’s when you turn the ignition ON.

  • Page 67: Driver's Front Air Bag

    Driver’s front air bag (1) Driver’s front air bag (2) occurs, this indicates a malfunction of the SRS. Have an authorized Kia dealer inspect the air bag system as soon as possible. • The light does not turn on briefly when you turn the ignition ON.

  • Page 68: Passenger's Front Air Bag

    Safety features of your vehicle Driver’s front air bag (3) Passenger’s front air bag WARNING - Flying objects Do not place any objects (an umbrella, bag, etc.) between the front door and the front seat. Such objects may become dan- gerous projectiles if the side airbag inflates.

  • Page 69: Occupant Detection System (ods)

    If this occurs, bag should be enabled (may inflate) have your vehicle immediately or not. The driver's front air bag is not inspected by an authorized Kia deal- affected or controlled by the occu- pant detection system. 3 53...

  • Page 70

    Safety features of your vehicle Do not put anything in front of the If the front passenger seat is occu- Always be sure that you and all vehi- passenger air bag indicator. pied by a person that the system cle occupants are seated and determines to be of appropriate size, restrained properly (sitting upright and he/she sits properly (sitting...

  • Page 71

    Safety features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE C040301AMG Condition and operation in the front passenger occupant detection Do not modify or replace the front system passenger seat. Don't place anything on or attach anything such as a blan- Indicator/Warning light Devices Condition detected by ket, front seat cover or after market...

  • Page 72

    Safety features of your vehicle (Continued) OVQ036013N 1KMN3663 1KMN3665 - Never sit with hips shifted - Never place feet on the dash- - Never put a heavy load or an active electronic device on towards the front of the seat. board.

  • Page 73

    Safety features of your vehicle If the PASSENGER AIR BAG “OFF” Proper position WARNING - “AIR BAG indicator is still on, ask the passen- OFF” light ger to move to the rear seat. Do not allow an adult passenger to ride in the front seat when the The "PASSENGER AIR BAG OFF"...

  • Page 74

    If the occupant detection system is ized Kia dealer using original pant detection sensor will then clas- not working properly, the SRS air Kia parts designed for this vehi- sify the front passenger after several bag warning light on the instru- cle and model.

  • Page 75: Driver's And Passenger's Front Air Bag

    Safety features of your vehicle The indication of the system's pres- Driver’s front air bag CAUTION - Seat Track ence are the letters "AIR BAG" Sensor embossed on the air bag pad cover on the steering wheel and the pas- Do not place any objects under- senger's side front panel pad above neath the front seats as they...

  • Page 76

    Kia dealer using original According to the impact severity and Kia parts designed for this vehi- seat belt usage, the SRSCM (SRS cle and model. Any other such Control Module) controls the air bag replacement or modification inflation.

  • Page 77

    Safety features of your vehicle Advanced air bags are combined Front air bags are not intended to Rear impact with pre-tensioner seat belts to help deploy in side-impact, rear-impact or provide enhanced occupant protec- rollover crashes. In addition, front air tion in frontal crashes.

  • Page 78: Side Impact Air Bag

    Safety features of your vehicle C040600AAM-EU WARNING Side impact air bag - Unexpected deployment Your vehicle is equipped with a side Avoid impact to the side impact impact air bag in each front seat. airbag sensor when the ignition The purpose of the air bag is to pro- switch is ON to prevent unex- vide the vehicle's driver and/or the pected deployment of the side...

  • Page 79: Curtain Air Bag

    Kia deal- stitute for them. Therefore your er. Inform the dealer that your vehi- seat belts must be worn at all times cle is equipped with side impact air while the vehicle is in operation.

  • Page 80

    This should only be done by an authorized Kia dealer. • Also, both sides of the curtain air bags deploy in certain rollover situ- ations.

  • Page 81

    Safety features of your vehicle C040800AAM Why didn’t my air bag go off in a collision? (Inflation and non-infla- tion conditions of the air bag) There are many types of accidents in which the air bag would not be expected to provide additional protection.

  • Page 82

    Have the vehicle checked and installed. repaired by an authorized Kia deal- This may cause unexpected air bag deployment, which • Your vehicle has been designed to could result in serious per- absorb impact and deploy the air sonal injury or death.

  • Page 83

    Safety features of your vehicle Also, the side impact and curtain air bags are designed to inflate when a rollover is detected by a rollover sen- sor. Although the front air bags (driver’s and front passenger’s air bags) are designed to inflate only in frontal col- lisions, they also may inflate in other types of collisions if the front impact sensors detect a sufficient impact.

  • Page 84

    Safety features of your vehicle OUN036087 OVQ036018N 1VQA2089 • Air bags are not designed to inflate • Front air bags may not inflate in • In an angled collision, the force of in rear collisions, because occu- side impact collisions, because impact may direct the occupants in pants are moved backward by the occupants move to the direction of...

  • Page 85

    Safety features of your vehicle 1VQA2090 1VQA2091 1VQA2092 • Just before impact, drivers often • Front air bags may not inflate in • Air bags may not inflate if the vehi- brake heavily. Such heavy braking rollover accidents because front air cle collides with objects such as lowers the front portion of the vehi- bag deployment would not provide...

  • Page 86: Srs Care

    An authorized Kia dealer. authorized Kia dealer knows these WARNING - Towing precautions and can give you the Vehicle Any work on the SRS system, such necessary information.

  • Page 87: Air Bag Warning Label

    Safety features of your vehicle C041400AUN Adding equipment to or modi- fying your air bag-equipped vehicle If you modify your vehicle by chang- ing your vehicle's frame, bumper sys- tem, front end or side sheet metal or ride height, this may affect the oper- ation of your vehicle's air bag sys- tem.

  • Page 88

    Features of your vehicle Keys........4-3 Steering wheel.

  • Page 89

    Lighting........4-85 • Glove box cooling......4-120 •...

  • Page 90

    Should Type B lose your keys, this number will To unfold the key, press the release enable an authorized Kia dealer to OUN026060 button then the key will unfold auto- duplicate the keys easily. Remove Type B matically.

  • Page 91

    Immobilizer system (Smart key) Your vehicle is equipped with an Never leave the keys in your Use only Kia original parts for electronic engine immobilizer system vehicle with unsupervised chil- the ignition key in your vehicle. to reduce the risk of unauthorized dren.

  • Page 92

    When starting the engine, do not use If you need additional keys or lose Turn the ignition key to the OFF posi- the key with other immobilizer keys your keys, consult an authorized Kia tion. The immobilizer system acti- around. Otherwise the engine may dealer.

  • Page 93

    Your password is only avail- and you will have to input your able from an authorized Kia dealer- WARNING password again. ship. Contact an authorized dealer Changes or modifications not for more information.

  • Page 94

    Features of your vehicle REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY (IF EQUIPPED) However, if any door (or tailgate) 2 stage unlocking may be disabled or remains open, the hazard warning re-enabled by simultaneously press- lights will not operate. But if all doors ing the Lock (1) and Unlock (2) but- (and tailgate) are closed after the ton for 4 seconds (disabling 2 stage lock button is pressed, the hazard...

  • Page 95

    The transmitter will not work if any of problem with the transmitter, contact water or any liquid as it can the following occurs: an authorized Kia dealer. become damaged and not func- • The ignition key is in the ignition tion properly.

  • Page 96

    Features of your vehicle This device complies with For transmitter replacement, see an authorized Kia dealer to reprogram Industry Canada Standard the transmitter. RSS-210. • The keyless entry system transmit- Operation is subject to the following ter is designed to give you years of...

  • Page 97

    Features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE An inappropriately disposed battery can be harmful to the environment and human health. Dispose the battery according to your local laws or regulations. IC WARNING This device complies with Industry Canada licence- exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the fol- lowing two conditions : (1) this device may not cause interfer-...

  • Page 98

    Features of your vehicle SMART KEY (IF EQUIPPED) Lock (1) D020102BHM-EU Unlock (2) All doors (and tailgate) are locked if the lock button is pressed. The driver's door is unlocked if the unlock button is pressed once. The If all doors (and tailgate) are closed, hazard warning lights will blink and the hazard warning lights will blink chime sounds twice to indicate that...

  • Page 99

    Features of your vehicle D020104AHM D040101BHM Tailgate unlock (3) Locking The tailgate is unlocked if the button Pressing the button of the front out- is pressed for more than 1 second. side door handles with all doors (and tailgate) closed and any door The hazard warning lights will blink unlocked, locks all the doors (and twice to indicate that the tailgate is...

  • Page 100

    4 sec- your authorized Kia dealer to pro- your smart key in possession, the onds. The hazard warning lights will tect it from potential theft.

  • Page 101

    Keep the smart key away from have a problem with the smart key, water or any liquid as it can Operation is subject to the following contact an authorized Kia dealer. become damaged and not func- two conditions: tion properly.

  • Page 102

    • Circuits inside the smart key may replace the battery, contact an develop problems when dropped, authorized Kia dealer. exposed to moisture or static elec- tricity. • If you suspect that your smart key 1.

  • Page 103

    Features of your vehicle IC WARNING This device complies with Industry Canada licence- exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the fol- lowing two conditions : (1) this device may not cause interfer- ence, and (2) this device must accept any interference, includ- ing interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

  • Page 104

    Kia dealer. 3.Lock the doors using the transmit- If you want this feature, consult an ter of the keyless entry system (or authorized Kia dealer. smart key) or ignition key. D030000AEN After completion of the steps above, This system is designed to provide...

  • Page 105

    After depressing the unlock button, should only be serviced by an mitter (or smart key). the hazard warning lights will blink authorized Kia dealer. and the chime will sound twice to • The tailgate is opened without indicate that the system is disarmed.

  • Page 106: Door

    Features of your vehicle DOOR LOCKS • Doors can also be locked and unlocked with the transmitter. • Once the doors are unlocked, they may be opened by pulling the door handle. Unlock • When closing the door, push the Lock door by hand.

  • Page 107

    Features of your vehicle • To open a door, pull the door han- If a power door lock ever fails to func- dle (3) outward. tion while you are in the vehicle, try one or more of the following tech- •...

  • Page 108: Central Door Lock Switch

    Features of your vehicle • When pressing the front portion (1) Driver’s door (if equipped) WARNING - Doors of the switch, all vehicle doors will lock. The doors should always be • When pressing the rear portion (2) fully closed and locked while the of the switch, all vehicle doors will vehicle is in motion to prevent unlock.

  • Page 109

    (Automatic transaxle, if ignition key is removed. equipped) • All doors will automatically lock An authorized Kia dealer can acti- OSL040011 when the transaxle shift lever is vate or deactivate some auto door D050500AAM shifted out of P(Park).

  • Page 110

    Features of your vehicle 3.Close the rear door. To open the rear door, pull the out- side door handle (2). Even though the doors may be unlocked, the rear door will not open by pulling the inner door handle (3) until the rear door child safety lock is unlocked.

  • Page 111: Driving Your Vehicle

    Features of your vehicle TAILGATE ✽ ✽ NOTICE In cold and wet climates, door lock and door mechanisms may not work properly due to freezing conditions. The tailgate swings upward. Make sure no objects or people are near the rear of the vehicle when opening the tailgate.

  • Page 112

    Features of your vehicle CAUTION WARNING - Rear cargo area Make sure nothing is near the tailgate latch and striker while Occupants should never ride in closing the tailgate. It may dam- the rear cargo area where no age the tailgate's latch. restraints available.

  • Page 113

    Features of your vehicle WARNING • No one should be allowed to occupy the cargo area of the vehicle at any time. The cargo area is a very dangerous loca- tion in the event of a crash. • Use the release lever for emergencies only.

  • Page 114: Windows

    Features of your vehicle WINDOWS D080000AUN (1) Driver’s door power window switch (2) Front passenger’s door power window switch (3) Rear door (left) power window switch (4) Rear door (right) power window switch (5) Window opening and closing (6) Automatic power window up/down (Driver’s window) (7) Power window lock switch if equipped...

  • Page 115

    Features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE D080100AAM Power windows While driving with the rear windows down or with the sunroof (if The ignition switch must be in the ON equipped) in an open (or partially position for power windows to oper- open) position, your vehicle may ate.

  • Page 116

    Features of your vehicle 1.Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. 2.Close the driver’s window and con- tinue pulling up the driver’s power window switch for at least 1 second after the window is completely closed. OLM049022 OLM049023 D080102AAM Type C - Auto up/down window...

  • Page 117

    Features of your vehicle And if the power window switch is WARNING pulled up continuously again within 5 seconds after the window is lowered Always check for obstructions by the automatic window reversal before raising any window to feature, the automatic window rever- avoid injuries or vehicle dam- sal will not operate.

  • Page 118: Power Window Lock Button

    Features of your vehicle CAUTION - Opening / WARNING - Power closing windows Window Do not allow children to play To prevent possible damage to with the power windows. Keep the power window system, do the driver’s door power window not open or close two windows lock switch in the LOCK posi- or more at the same time.

  • Page 119

    Features of your vehicle HOOD OLM049025 OSL040017 OSL040018L D090100AUN-U1 2.Go to the front of the vehicle, raise 3.Pull out the support rod from the Opening the hood the hood slightly, pull the second- support rod holder. ary latch (1) inside of the hood 4.Place the support rod end in the 1.Pull the release lever to unlatch the center and lift the hood (2).

  • Page 120

    Features of your vehicle D090200AAM WARNING WARNING Closing the hood - Hood - Unsecured obstruction engine hood 1.Before closing the hood, check the Before closing the hood, ensure Always double check to be sure following: that obstructions that the hood is firmly latched •...

  • Page 121: Fuel Filler Lid

    Features of your vehicle FUEL FILLER LID Closing the fuel filler lid 1.To install the cap turn it clockwise until it clicks once. 2.Close the fuel filler lid and push it in lightly making sure that it is secure- ly closed. ✽...

  • Page 122

    Features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE D100300AAM-EU WARNING - Static Tighten the cap until it clicks once. electricity WARNING - Refueling otherwise the Check Engine light • Before touching the fuel noz- will illuminate. Always remove the fuel cap zle, you should eliminate carefully and slowly.

  • Page 123

    If the fuel filler cap requires replace- fuel container, be sure to place engine off. Sparks produced by ment, use only a genuine Kia cap or the container on the ground prior electrical components related the equivalent specified for your vehi- to refueling.

  • Page 124

    Features of your vehicle PANORAMIC SUNROOF (IF EQUIPPED) Sunroof open warning chime CAUTION - Sunroof con- (if equipped) trol If the driver removes the ignition key • Do not continue to pull or (smart key: turns off the engine) and push the sunroof control lever opens the driver-side door when the after the sunroof is fully...

  • Page 125

    Features of your vehicle To open the sunroof automatically: Pull the sunroof control lever back- ward to the second detent position and then release it. The sunroof will slide open all the way automatically. To stop the sunroof sliding at any point, pull or push the sunroof control lever momentarily.

  • Page 126

    Features of your vehicle Do not extend the face, neck, arms WARNING - Sunroof or body outside the sunroof while Operation driving. When closing the sunroof, make sure there are no body parts in CAUTION - Sunroof the movement range of the slid- motor damage ing roof.

  • Page 127

    Features of your vehicle Resetting the sunroof CAUTION - Roller blind Whenever the vehicle battery is dis- Operation of the roller blind connected or discharged, you must without using the handle (1) reset your sunroof system as follows: may cause misalignment or malfunction.

  • Page 128: Steering Wheel

    Take your vehicle to an author- is completed, the steering wheel controlled by the power steering con- ized Kia dealer and have the will return to its normal condition. trol unit which senses the steering vehicle checked as soon as •...

  • Page 129

    Features of your vehicle D130300AUN WARNING Tilt steering/ Telescope steering - Steering wheel adjust- (if equipped) ment Never adjust the angle and Tilt steering allows you to adjust the height of the steering wheel steering wheel before you drive. (if equipped) while driving.

  • Page 130

    Features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE If ignition is turned OFF, then ON again within 30 miuntes of steering After adjudgement, sometimes the wheel heater being turned on, the lock-release lever may not lock the system will be automatically be set steering wheel.

  • Page 131: Horn

    Features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE CAUTION To sound the horn, press the area • Do not install aftermarket indicated by the horn symbol on steering wheel grip to the your steering wheel (see illustra- steering wheel. This may tion).

  • Page 132

    Features of your vehicle OSL044413 OSL044408 OSL044405 FLEX Steer (if equipped) When the steering mode button is Normal mode pressed, the selected steering mode The normal mode offers medium The FLEX Steer controls steering will appear on the LCD display. steering effort.

  • Page 133

    Features of your vehicle • For your safety, if you press the steering mode button to change the mode while turning the steering wheel, the LCD display will change as you selected, but the steering effort will not change. After that, if you leave the steering wheel cen- tered, the steering effort will change to the selected mode.

  • Page 134

    Features of your vehicle MIRRORS D140100AHM WARNING Inside rearview mirror - Mirror adjustment Adjust the rearview mirror so that the Do not adjust the rearview mir- center view through the rear window Night ror while the vehicle is moving. is seen. Make this adjustment before This could result in loss of con- you start driving.

  • Page 135

    Features of your vehicle D140102AHM-EE-C1 ■ Type A CAUTION - Cleaning mir- Electrochromic Mirror (ECM) (if equipped) When cleaning the mirror, use a The electric rearview mirror automat- paper towel or similar material ically controls the glare from the dampened with glass cleaner. headlights of the vehicles behind you Do not spray glass cleaner in nighttime or low light driving condi-...

  • Page 136

    Features of your vehicle • Press the ON/OFF button (1) to Glare detection sensor turn the automatic dimming func- Indicator light tion off. The mirror indicator light will turn off. Press the ON/OFF button (1) to turn the automatic dimming func- tion on.

  • Page 137

    Features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE Retain the original transmitter for Flashing future programming procedures (i.e., For non rolling code garage door new vehicle purchase). It is also sug- openers, follow steps 2 - 3. gested that upon the sale of the vehi- For rolling code garage door open- cle, the programmed HomeLink ®...

  • Page 138

    Features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE Rolling code programming Flashing To train a garage door opener (or Some gate operators and garage other rolling code equipped devices) door openers may require you to with the rolling code feature, follow replace step #3 with the “cycling”...

  • Page 139

    Features of your vehicle 6.Return to the vehicle and firmly Operating HomeLink ® Flashing press and release the programmed To operate, simply press the pro- HomeLink ® button up to three grammed HomeLink ® button. times. The rolling code equipped Activation will now occur for the device should now recognize the trained product (garage door, securi-...

  • Page 140

    Features of your vehicle Reprogramming single Gate operator programming & Accessories HomeLink ® button canadian programming If you would like additional informa- To program a device to HomeLink ® During programming, your hand-held tion on the HomeLink ® Wireless using a HomeLink ®...

  • Page 141

    Features of your vehicle This device complies with D140200AHM-EU CAUTION - Rearview Industry Canada Standard RSS- Outside rearview mirror mirror 210. Be sure to adjust the mirror angles Do not scrape ice off the mirror Operation is subject to the following before driving.

  • Page 142

    Features of your vehicle If the mirror is jammed with ice, do CAUTION not adjust the mirror by force. Use an approved spray de-icer (not radiator • The mirrors stop moving when antifreeze) to release the frozen they reach the maximum mechanism or move the vehicle to a adjusting angles, but the warm place and allow the ice to melt.

  • Page 143

    Features of your vehicle CAUTION - Electric type outside rearview mirror electric type outside rearview mirror operates even though the ignition switch is in the OFF position. However, to prevent unnecessary battery discharge, do not adjust the mirrors longer than necessary while the engine is not running.

  • Page 144: Instrument Cluster

    Features of your vehicle INSTRUMENT CLUSTER ■ ■ Type A 1. Tachometer 2. Turn signal indicators 3. Speedometer 4. Engine temperature gauge 5. Warning and indicator lights 6. Fuel gauge 7. Odometer/Tripmeter/Trip computer ■ ■ Type B 8. Shift position indicator (Automatic transaxle only) if equipped ❈...

  • Page 145

    Features of your vehicle Type A Type A Type B OSL040036C Type B OSL040034 OSL040039/OSL044402N D150100AAM-EU D150202AHM Instrument panel illumination Tachometer tachometer indicates When the ignition switch is on, press approximate number of engine revo- the illumination control button to lutions per minute (rpm).

  • Page 146

    Features of your vehicle When the door is opened, or if the If the gauge pointer moves beyond ■ ■ Type A Type B engine is not started within 1 minute, the normal range area toward the “H” the tachometer pointer may move position, it indicates overheating that slightly in the ON position with the may damage the engine.

  • Page 147

    Features of your vehicle ■ ■ Type A Type B WARNING - Fuel gauge Stop and obtain additional fuel as soon as possible after the warning light comes on or when the gauge indicator comes close to the E level. Running out of fuel can expose vehicle occu- pants to danger.

  • Page 148: Maintenance

    Features of your vehicle The odometer is always displayed Trip Modes (Type B) ■ ■ Type A Type B until the display is turned off. FUEL ECONOMY Press the TRIP button to select any mode as follows: • Distance To Empty •...

  • Page 149

    Features of your vehicle ■ ■ ■ ■ Type A Type B Type A Type B ■ ■ Type A Type B OSL040202C/OSL044202N ■ ■ Type A Type B OSL040201/OSL044201N OSL040204C/OSL044204N Tripmeter Average fuel consumption (l/100 km or MPG) TRIP A : Tripmeter A This mode calculates the average TRIP B : Tripmeter B fuel consumption from the total fuel...

  • Page 150

    Features of your vehicle If the vehicle speed exceeds 1 km/h • If the vehicle is not on level dynasoft TeleFactura ISP Billing 5.82 Crack and Serial key ground ■ ■ Type A Type B (1.6 MPH) after refueled more than 6 or the battery power has been l (1.6 gallons), the average fuel con- interrupted, “Distance sumption will be cleared to zero (--.-).

  • Page 151

    Features of your vehicle ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Type A Type B Type A Type B Type A Type B OSL040206C/OSL044206N OSL040207N/OSL044207N OSL040208C/OSL044208N Average speed (km/h or MPH) Driving time Outside thermometer (if equipped) This mode calculates the average This mode indicates the total time This mode indicates the outside tem- perature around the vehicle.

  • Page 152

    Any light that does approximately 6 seconds each time not illuminate should be checked by When the Active ECO button is you turn the ignition switch to the ON an authorized Kia dealer. ® pressed the ECOMINDER indicator position.

  • Page 153

    In the anti-lock brake system. this case, have your vehicle checked by an authorized Kia dealer as soon as possible.

  • Page 154

    Features of your vehicle D150304AHM-EU-U1 If the driver's seat belt is disconnect- D150305AHM Seat belt warning Turn signal indicator ed after the ignition switch is turned to the ON position, the seat belt warning light will blink for approxi- mately 6 seconds. But if it is fastened As a reminder to the driver, the seat The blinking green arrows on the within the 6 seconds the warning...

  • Page 155

    If the level is low, This indicator illuminates when the add oil as required. tail lights are on. If the warning light remains on after adding oil or if oil is not available, call an authorized Kia dealer.

  • Page 156

    Have the vehicle towed to any If the engine is not stopped authorized Kia dealer for a brake immediately after the engine oil Parking brake warning system inspection and necessary...

  • Page 157

    Manual ■ ■ authorized Kia dealer. Type A Type B transaxle shift indicator (if equipped) This indicator informs you which gear is desired while driving to save fuel.

  • Page 158

    3.If the belt is adjusted properly, a door is not closed securely with the problem exists somewhere in the ignition switch in any position. electrical charging system. Have an authorized Kia dealer correct the problem as soon as possible. 4 71...

  • Page 159

    ENGINE START/STOP button on while driving, have your vehicle is in the ACC or ON position, the inspected by an authorized Kia deal- indicator will illuminate for approxi- mately 30 seconds to indicate that you are able to start the engine.

  • Page 160

    This could tioned. Take your vehicle to an illuminate when the ignition switch is result in loss of engine power. authorized Kia dealer and have the turned to the ON position, take your Have the Engine Control System system checked.

  • Page 161

    If the red indicator illuminates, the again. For more information about the DBC system may have malfunc- use of cruise control, refer to “Cruise tioned. Take your vehicle to an control system” in section 5. authorized Kia dealer and have the system checked.

  • Page 162

    4WD system. the driver’s door is closed. If this occurs, have your vehicle The cruise SET indicator does not checked by an authorized Kia dealer illuminate when the cruise control as soon as possible. KEY OUT indicator...

  • Page 163

    Features of your vehicle 4WD LOCK indicator LCD display warning Low key battery (if equipped) (if equipped) If the ENGINE START/STOP button turns to the OFF position when the Key not in vehicle smart key in the vehicle discharges, If the smart key is not in the vehicle the warning illuminates on the LCD and if any door is opened or closed The 4WD LOCK indicator light is illu-...

  • Page 164

    START/STOP button, take your vehi- ON position. The warning illuminates cle to an authorized Kia dealer and on the LCD display for about 10 sec- have the system checked. onds to indicate that you should press...

  • Page 165

    Features of your vehicle Shift to "P" or "N" to start the engine Align Steering Wheel (left aligned) Complete If you try to start the engine with the If you start the engine when the When the steering wheel is aligned shift lever not in the P (Park) or N wheel is steered to the left at an within 30 degrees (left/right) less...

  • Page 166

    Features of your vehicle BACK UP WARNING SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED) WARNING The back up warning system is a supplementary function only. The operation of the Back up warning system can be affected by several factors (including environmental conditions). It is the responsibility of the driver to always check the area behind the vehicle before and while...

  • Page 167

    Features of your vehicle • This system will activate when the Types of warning sound Non-operational conditions of indicator on the rear parking assist Back up warning system • When an object is 120 cm to 81 cm OFF button is not illuminated. If (47 in.

  • Page 168

    Features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE The detecting range may decrease Back up warning system pre- when: cautions This system can only sense objects 1.The sensor is stained with foreign within the range and location of the • The Back up warning system may matter such as snow or water.

  • Page 169

    If this occurs, have objects may not be detected by your vehicle checked by an author- the sensors, due to the object’s ized Kia dealer as soon as possible. distance, size or material, all of which can limit the effective- ✽ ✽ NOTICE ness of the sensor.

  • Page 170

    Features of your vehicle REAR CAMERA DISPLAY (IF EQUIPPED) This system is a supplemental sys- • The Rear Camera Display and tem that shows behind the vehicle Back up Warning System are not Rear view display through the rearview display mirror substitutes for proper and safe while backing-up.

  • Page 171

    Features of your vehicle HAZARD WARNING FLASHER WARNING - Backing & using camera Never rely solely on the rear view camera when backing. You must always use methods of viewing the area behind you including looking over both shoulders as well as continu- ously checking all three rear view mirrors.

  • Page 172

    Features of your vehicle LIGHTING D190100APB Headlight escort function Headlight welcome function Battery saver function (if equipped) (if equipped) • The purpose of this feature is to The headlights (and/or taillights) When the headlight switch is in the prevent the battery from being dis- remain on for approximately 5 min- ON or AUTO position and all doors charged if the lights are left in the...

  • Page 173

    Features of your vehicle OXM049110 OXM049250N OXM049251N ❈ The actual feature may differ from the D190401AHM D190402AHM Parking light position ( Headlight position ( illustration. When the light switch is in the park- When the light switch is in the head- D190400AUN-C1 ing light position (1st position), the light position (2nd position), the...

  • Page 174

    Features of your vehicle • Never place anything over the sen- sor (1) located on the instrument panel. This will ensure better auto- light system control. • Don’t clean the sensor using a win- dow cleaner. The cleaner may leave a light film which could inter- fere with sensor operation.

  • Page 175

    Features of your vehicle WARNING - High beams Do not use high beam when there are other vehicles. Using high beam could obstruct the other driver’s vision. OAM049043 OAM049045 To flash the headlights, pull the lever D190600AUN-U1 Turn signals and lane change towards you.

  • Page 176

    Features of your vehicle To signal a lane change, move the D190900AUN-EU Daytime running light turn signal lever slightly and hold it in position (B). The lever will return to Daytime Running Lights (DRL) can the OFF position when released. make it easier for others to see the If an indicator stays on and does not front of your vehicle during the day.

  • Page 177

    Features of your vehicle WIPERS AND WASHERS D200100AAM Windshield wiper/washer Rear window wiper/washer Front windshield wipers Operates as follows when the igni- tion switch is turned ON. MIST : For a single wiping cycle, push the lever upward and /AUTO release it with the lever in the OFF position.

  • Page 178

    Features of your vehicle CAUTION - Winter driving Always set the auto wiper switch to the off position in the winter to avoid auto activation during icy conditions which may damage the windshield wipers. Rain sensor To vary the speed setting, turn the speed control knob (1).

  • Page 179

    Features of your vehicle If the washer does not work, check CAUTION - Wipers & WARNING - Obscured the washer fluid level. If the fluid level windshields visibility is not sufficient, you will need to add appropriate non-abrasive windshield • To prevent possible damage Do not use the washer in freez- washer fluid to the washer reservoir.

  • Page 180

    Features of your vehicle OAM049103N OXM049125 D200300AAM Push the lever away from you to Rear window wiper and wash- spray rear washer fluid and to run the er switch (if equipped) rear wipers 13 cycles. The spray and wiper operation will continue The rear window wiper and washer until you release the lever.

  • Page 181

    Features of your vehicle INTERIOR LIGHTS D210000AEN • DOOR : The light comes on when Do not use the interior lights for any door is opened regard- extended periods when the engine is less of the ignition switch not running. position.

  • Page 182

    Features of your vehicle • DOOR Interior light welcome function (if equipped) The light comes on when any door is opened or the ignition switch is When the interior light switch is in the turned OFF. (if equipped) DOOR position and all doors (and The light goes out gradually after tailgate) are locked and closed, the approximately 30 seconds if the...

  • Page 183

    Features of your vehicle OSL040061 OSL040060 OSL040059 Luggage lamp (if equipped) Glove box lamp (if equipped) Vanity mirror lamp (if equipped) The luggage room lamp comes on The glove box lamp comes on when when the tailgate is opened. the glove box is opened. •...

  • Page 184

    Features of your vehicle DEFROSTER 220000AUN The rear window defroster automati- ■ Type A cally turns off after approximately 20 CAUTION - Conductors minutes or when the ignition switch is turned off. To turn off the defroster, To prevent damage to the con- press the rear window defroster but- ductors bonded to the inside ton again.

  • Page 185

    Features of your vehicle MANUAL CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED) Heating and air conditioning 1.Start the engine. 2.Set the mode to the desired posi- tion. For improving the effectiveness of heating and cooling; - Heating: - Cooling: 3.Set the temperature control to the desired position.

  • Page 186

    Features of your vehicle OSL040071 Mode selection The mode selection buttons control the direction of the air flow through the ventilation system. Air can be directed to the floor, dash- board outlets, or windshield. Five symbols are used to represent Face, Bi-Level, Floor, Floor-Defrost and Defrost air position.

  • Page 187

    Features of your vehicle Face-Level (B, D, F) Floor/Defrost-Level (A, C, D, E) Air flow is directed toward the upper Most of the air flow is directed to the body and face. Additionally, each floor and the windshield with a small outlet can be controlled to direct the amount directed to the side window air discharged from the outlet.

  • Page 188

    Features of your vehicle Recirculated air position With the recirculated air position selected, air from passenger compartment will drawn through the heat- ing system and heated or cooled according to the function selected. Outside (fresh) air position OSL040074 OSL040075 With the outside (fresh) Temperature control Air intake control air position selected, air...

  • Page 189

    Features of your vehicle Prolonged operation of the heater in WARNING - Reduced the recirculated air position (without visibility air conditioning selected) may cause fogging of the windshield and side Continuous use of the climate windows and the air within the pas- control system in the recirculat- senger compartment may become ed air position may allow...

  • Page 190

    Features of your vehicle System operation Ventilation 1.Set the mode to the position. 2.Set the air intake control to the out- side (fresh) air position. 3.Set the temperature control to the desired position. 4.Set the fan speed control to the desired speed.

  • Page 191

    Operation Tips Air conditioning CAUTION - Excessive AC • To keep dust or unpleasant fumes Kia Air Conditioning Systems are When using the air conditioning from entering the vehicle through filled with environmentally friendly system, monitor the tempera- the ventilation system, temporarily R-134a refrigerant.

  • Page 192

    Features of your vehicle Air conditioning system operation tips • When using the air conditioning system, you may notice clear water • If the vehicle has been parked in Outside air dripping (or even puddling) on the direct sunlight during hot weather, Recirculated ground under the passenger side open the windows for a short time...

  • Page 193

    • When the air flow rate suddenly decreases, the system should be checked at an authorized Kia CAUTION dealer. It is important that the correct type and amount of oil and refrigerant is used, otherwise damage to the vehicle.

  • Page 194

    Features of your vehicle AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED) 1. AUTO (automatic control) button 2. Driver's temperature control knob 3. A/C display 4. Mode selection button 5. Air conditioning button 6. Fan speed control switch 7. Passenger's temperature control knob 8.

  • Page 195

    Features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE • To turn the automatic operation off, select any button or switch of the following: - Mode selection button - Air conditioning button - Front windshield defroster but- ton (Press the button one more time to deselect the front wind- shield defroster function.

  • Page 196

    Features of your vehicle Manual heating and air condi- tioning The heating and cooling system can be controlled manually by pressing buttons or turning knob(s) other than the AUTO button. In this case, the system works sequentially according to the order of buttons or knob(s) selected.

  • Page 197

    Features of your vehicle Face-Level Air flow is directed toward the upper body and face. Additionally, each outlet can be controlled to direct the air discharged from the outlet. Bi-Level OSL040082 OSL040073 Air flow is directed towards the face Defrost-Level Instrument panel vents and the floor.

  • Page 198

    Features of your vehicle Adjusting the driver and passenger side temperature equally 1.Press the DUAL button again to deactivate DUAL mode. The pas- senger side temperature will be set to the same temperature as the driver side. 2.Operate the driver side tempera- ture control switch.

  • Page 199

    Features of your vehicle Temperature conversion Recirculated air position You can switch the temperature With the recirculated air mode from Centigrade to Fahrenheit position selected, air as follows: from passenger compartment will While pressing the OFF button, drawn through the heat- press the AUTO button for 3 seconds ing system and heated or more.

  • Page 200

    Features of your vehicle Prolonged operation of the heater in WARNING - Reduced the recirculated air position (without Visibility air conditioning selected) may cause fogging of the windshield and side Continuous use of the climate windows and the air within the pas- control system in the recirculat- senger compartment may become ed air position may allow...

  • Page 201

    Features of your vehicle OSL040087 OSL040088 Air conditioning OFF mode Press the A/C button to turn the air Press the front blower OFF button to conditioning system on (indicator turn off the front air climate control light will illuminate). system. However, you can still oper- ate the mode and air intake buttons Press the button again to turn the air as long as the ignition switch is in the...

  • Page 202

    Features of your vehicle WINDSHIELD DEFROSTING AND DEFOGGING • For maximum defrosting, set the WARNING - Windshield temperature control to the extreme heating right/hot position and the fan speed control to the highest speed. Do not use the posi- tion during cooling operation in •...

  • Page 203

    Features of your vehicle If the air conditioning and outside (fresh) air position are not selected automatically, adjust the correspon- ding button manually. If the posi- tion is selected, lower fan speed is adjusted to a higher fan speed. OSL040090 OSL040091 To defrost outside windshield Automatic climate control sys-...

  • Page 204

    Features of your vehicle Defogging logic To reduce the possibility of fogging up the inside of the windshield, the air intake or air conditioning is con- trolled automatically according to certain conditions such as position. To cancel or return to the defogging logic, do the following.

  • Page 205

    Features of your vehicle If the battery has been discharged or disconnected, it resets to the defog logic status. OSL040094 Automatic climate control system 1.Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. 2.Select the defroster position press- ing the defroster button ( 3.While pressing the air conditioning button (A/C), press the air intake control button at least 5 times with-...

  • Page 206: Glove Box

    Features of your vehicle STORAGE COMPARTMENTS D270000AHM These compartments can be used to store small items. To avoid possible theft, do not leave valuables in the storage compart- ment. Always keep the storage compart- ment covers closed while driving. WARNING - Flammable materials OSL044100...

  • Page 207

    Features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE While using the cooling function, a small amount of condensed moisture could damage your pieces of paper. OSL040102 OSL040103 Glove box cooling Sunglass holder (if equipped) (if equipped) To open the sunglass holder, press the cover and the holder will slowly You can keep beverage cans or other open.

  • Page 208

    Features of your vehicle WARNING - Sunglass holder • Do not keep objects except sunglasses inside the sun- glass holder. Such objects can be thrown from the holder in the event of a sudden stop or an accident, possibly injur- ing the passengers in the vehicle.

  • Page 209

    Features of your vehicle INTERIOR FEATURES Cup holder ■ Front Type A WARNING - Hot liquids Do not place uncovered cups with hot liquid in the cup holder while the vehicle is in motion. If the hot liquid spills, you may burn yourself.

  • Page 210: Power Outlet

    Features of your vehicle The ticket holder (5) is provided for • Use the power outlet only when the ■ Front holding a tollgate ticket. (if equipped) engine is running and remove the accessory plug after use. Using the accessory plug for prolonged peri- The actual sunvisor lamp in the ods of time with the engine off vehicle may differ from the illustra-...

  • Page 211

    Features of your vehicle WARNING - Electric shock Do not put a finger or a foreign element (pen, etc.) into a power outlet and do not touch with a wet hand. You may get an elec- tric shock. SL_USA_RADIO/Q OSL040112 ❈...

  • Page 212

    This keeps the floor mat from sliding securely hold the floormat in place. forward. To avoid any interference with pedal operation, Kia recommends that only the Kia floormat designed for use in your vehicle be installed. 4 125...

  • Page 213

    Features of your vehicle If necessary, contact your authorized Kia dealer to obtain a luggage net. WARNING - Luggage net Always keep your face and body out of the luggage net recoil path and avoid using the luggage net when the straps have visible signs of wear or damage.

  • Page 214

    Features of your vehicle WARNING - Cargo secu- rity screen Do not place objects on the cargo security screen. Such objects may be thrown about inside the vehicle and possibly injure vehicle occupants during an accident or when braking. CAUTION OSL040116 OSL040117 To use the cargo security screen,...

  • Page 215

    Features of your vehicle EXTERIOR FEATURES ✽ ✽ NOTICE • When carrying large objects on the roof rack, make sure they do not If the vehicle is equipped with a sun- exceed the overall roof length or roof, be sure not to position cargo width.

  • Page 216

    Features of your vehicle Loading cargo or luggage in excess This could cause the items to fall off of the specified weight limit on the the roof rack and cause damage to roof rack may damage your vehicle. your vehicle or others around you. Severe wind updrafts, caused by •...

  • Page 217: Audio

    Features of your vehicle AUDIO SYSTEM ✽ ✽ NOTICE ■ ■ Type C Type A Type B Your vehicle uses a roof antenna to If you install an after market HID receive both AM and FM broadcast head lamp, your vehicle’s audio and signals.

  • Page 218: Steering Wheel Audio Controls

    Features of your vehicle ■ D300200AEN D300204AHM Type A Steering wheel audio controls VOLUME ( ) (1) (if equipped) • Press the lever upward ( ) to increase the volume. The steering wheel may incorporate audio control buttons. • Press the lever downward ( ) to decrease the volume.

  • Page 219

    Features of your vehicle ® D300205AHM CD/USB/iPod mode MUTE (4) It will function as the FF/REW button. • Press the button to mute the sound. If the SEEK/PRESET button is • Press the button to turn off the pressed for less than 1 second, it will microphone during a telephone work as follows in each mode.

  • Page 220

    ® iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc. mobile digital device sold sepa- iPod ® rately. Connectivity may require use of the Kia accessory cable. JBM001 D300800AHM WARNING - Distracted How vehicle audio works driving AM and FM radio signals are broad-...

  • Page 221

    Features of your vehicle How vehicle audio works This can be due to factors, such as AM reception the distance from the radio station, FM reception closeness of other strong radio sta- tions or the presence of buildings, bridges or other large obstructions in the area.

  • Page 222

    Features of your vehicle Satellite radio reception FM radio station (if equipped) SATELLITE2 JBM003 JBM004 Satellite radio reception requires FM broadcasts are transmitted at • Fading - As your vehicle moves direct line of sight with the satellite high frequencies and do not bend to away from the radio station, the transmitting the radio signal.

  • Page 223

    Features of your vehicle Using a cellular phone or a two- Caring for disc way radio • If the temperature inside the car is too When a cellular phone is used inside high, open the car windows to venti- the vehicle, noise may be produced late before using the system.

  • Page 224

    Features of your vehicle • Depending on the type of CD- NOTE: R/CD-RW CDs, certain CDs may Order of playing files (folders) : not operate normally according to 1. Song playing order : the manufacturing companies. In sequentially. such circumstances, continued 2.

  • Page 225

    Features of your vehicle • Adjust the volume to levels that WARNING WARNING - Driver - Antenna allow the driver to hear sounds Distraction from outside of the vehicle. Driving Do not touch the antenna dur- in a state where external sounds ing thunder or lightening as •...

  • Page 226

    Features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE • Turn on the car ignition before CAUTION - Device clean- using this device. Do not operate Please inquire with your place of the audio system for long periods purchase or service maintenance of time with the ignition turned off •...

  • Page 227

    Features of your vehicle USING THE USB DEVICE (Continued) (Continued) • An encrypted MP3 PLAYER is • You may hear a strange noise • To use an external USB device, not recognizable. when connecting or disconnect- make sure the device is not con- ing a USB device.

  • Page 228

    Features of your vehicle (Continued) (Continued) • If you use devices such as a USB • Some USB flash memory read- hub purchased separately, the ers (such as CF, SD, micro SD, vehicle’s audio system may not etc.) external-HDD type recognize the USB device.

  • Page 229

    Features of your vehicle ® USING THE iPod DEVICE (Continued) (Continued) • Some iPod devices, such as the • When connecting iPod with the ® ® • Some iPod models may not ® iPhone, can be connected iPod Power Cable, insert the ®...

  • Page 230

    The driver’s primary Bluetooth SIG, lnc. and any use of responsibility is in the safe and such marks by Kia is under license. legal operation of a vehicle, and use of any handheld devices, A Bluetooth ® enabled call phone is...

  • Page 231

    • The Handsfree call volume and • Bluetooth ® Handsfree may not be quality may differ depending on the supported in some mobile phones. mobile phone. To learn more about mobile device compatibility, visit http://www.kia. com/us/en/content/owners/blue- tooth.

  • Page 232

    Features of your vehicle • Park the vehicle when connecting Voice Recognition (Continued) the head unit with the mobile - When driving on rugged and phone. uneven roads • When using the voice recognition • Bluetooth ® connection - During severe rain (heavy rains, feature, only commands listed become intermittently disconnect- windstorms)

  • Page 233

    Features of your vehicle The Bluetooth and Voice Recognition Manual is provided in two versions due to software version differences. Before reading the manual, check the following. Press the key in FM Radio screen. 1. If you can find “FM <89.1>”on the screen, (Go to 4-147 page) 2.

  • Page 234

    Features of your vehicle ■ ■ CD Player : AM1A0SLKN, AM1A0SLAN,AM170SLAN ❋ No logo will be shown if the Bluetooth ® Wireless Technology feature is not supported. 4 147...

  • Page 235

    Features of your vehicle SYSTEM CONTROLLERS RADIO PHONE AND FUNCTIONS Changes to FM/AM/Sirius XM mode. Operates Phone Screen ❈ When a phone is not connected, Each time the key is pressed, the ➟ mode is changed in order of FM1 the connection screen is displayed.

  • Page 236

    Features of your vehicle ❈ Audio operation is maintained and SETUP (10) CLOCK only the screen will be turned Off. Shortly press the key (under 1 sec- In the screen Off state, press any ond) : Moves to the Display, Sound, key to turn the screen On again.

  • Page 237

    Features of your vehicle Audio Head Unit (13) BACK (For NON BT model) Go to previous depth(no previous screen) (14) MUTE When the button is pressed, stops sound and "Audio Mute" is displayed on LCD. (15) FOLDER Radio Mode - Sirius XM RADIO : Category Search (16) MP3 CD, USB mode : Folder Search Changes to FM mode.

  • Page 238

    Features of your vehicle SETUP Mode Pop up SOUND SETTINGS [Mode Pop up] Changes selection mode SETUP Press the key Select [Sound] Display Settings CLOCK • During On state, press the RADIO through TUNE knob or key to display the mode MEDIA Select menu through TUNE knob...

  • Page 239

    Features of your vehicle Tone Position Speed Dependent Volume Control This feature is used to automatically This menu allows you to set the This menu allows you to set the control the volume level according to Bass, Middle, Treble. Fader, Balance. the speed of the vehicle.

  • Page 240

    Features of your vehicle ❈ Adjust the number currently in CLOCK SETTINGS Clock Settings focus to make the settings and This menu is used to set the time. press the tune knob to move to the SETUP Select [Clock Settings] Set through next setting.

  • Page 241

    Features of your vehicle SYSTEM SETTINGS Memory Information • Off : This mode is for expert users and omits some information during Displays currently used memory and voice command operation. (When total system memory. SETUP using Expert mode, guidance Press key Select CLOCK Select [Memory Information] OK...

  • Page 242

    Features of your vehicle RADIO : FM, AM or SiriusXM Preset SEEK Selecting through manual search Press the Turn the TUNE knob left/right to • Shortly pressing the key (under 1 adjust the frequency. second): Plays the frequency saved in the corresponding key. •...

  • Page 243

    Features of your vehicle MENU Within key are the A.Store MENU (Auto Store) and Info functions. A.Store Press the key Set [A.Store] MENU through TUNE knob or key. Saves broadcasts with superior reception to keys. If no frequencies are received, then the most recently received frequency will be broadcast.

  • Page 244

    Features of your vehicle up and keep luggage and other ® For information on extended sub- SiriusXM Satellite Radio material as far away from the anten- scription terms, contact SiriusXM at information na as possible. 1-888-539-7474. • Terrain: Hills, mountains, tall build- ings, bridges, tunnels, freeway over- Satellite Radio channels: NOTE:...

  • Page 245

    SiriusXM • Shortly pressing the key (under 1 in order for the radio to receive the second): Previews each broadcast Your Kia vehicle is equipped with a 3- activation signal. for 5 seconds each month trial subscription to SiriusXM ❈ Press the...

  • Page 246

    Displays the Artist/Song info of the ken or unplugged. Please consult current song. with your Kia dealership. 2. No Signal If this message is displayed, it means that the antenna is covered and that the SiriusXM Satellite Radio signal is not available.

  • Page 247

    Features of your vehicle BASIC METHOD OF USE : Repeat While song (file) is playing Audio CD / MP3 CD / USB / (RPT) key iPod ® / My Music Audio CD, MP3 CD, USB, iPod, My ® Music mode: RPT on screen Press the key to change the MEDIA...

  • Page 248

    Features of your vehicle MP3 CD, USB mode: FLD.RDM on While song (file) playing Folder Search : MP3 CD, USB SEEK screen Mode TRACK • Folder Random (press the key) : • Shortly pressing the key : Plays the While file playing FOLDER...

  • Page 249

    Features of your vehicle MENU : Audio CD Information MENU : MP3 CD / USB Press the Audio CD mode Press the key Set [ Info] Press the MP3 CD/USB mode MENU MENU key to set the Repeat, Random, through the TUNE knob or key to set the Repeat, Folder MENU...

  • Page 250

    Features of your vehicle Folder Random Information Copy Press the key Set [ Info] Press the key Set [ MENU MENU Press the key Set [ F.RDM] MENU through the TUNE knob or Copy] through the TUNE knob through the TUNE knob or key to display information of the cur- key.

  • Page 251

    Features of your vehicle MENU : iPod Information ® In iPod mode, press the Press the key Set [ Info] MENU MENU ® Repeat, Random, through the TUNE knob or Information and Search features. key. Displays information of the current song.

  • Page 252

    Features of your vehicle ➀ Select the file you wish to delete MENU : My Music Mode Information by using the TUNE knob. Press the key Set [ Info] MENU ➁ Press the key and select MENU through the TUNE knob or In My Music mode, press the MENU the delete menu to delete the...

  • Page 253

    Features of your vehicle ➁ After selecting, press MENU and select the delete menu. AUX is used to play external MEDIA currently connected with the AUX terminal. AUX mode will automatically start when an external device is connect- ed with the AUX terminal. If an external device is connected, you can also press the key to...

  • Page 254

    AUDIO owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and [Audio Streaming] of Phone is any use of such marks by Kia is turned What is Bluetooth Wireless under license. Other trademarks ®...

  • Page 255

    Features of your vehicle Starting Bluetooth ® Wireless Using the Bluetooth ® Wireless Technology Audio Technology audio features • Press the key to change the • Play / Stop MEDIA mode order Press the TUNE knob to play and CD➟USB➟AUX➟My Music➟BT pause the current song.

  • Page 256

    Features of your vehicle PHONE Making a call using the Steering- • Check call history and making call wheel mounted controls - Shortly press (under 1 second) the key on the steering remote Before using the Bluetooth ® Wireless controller. Technology phone features - The call history list will be dis- •...

  • Page 257

    Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Kia is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. A Bluetooth ®...

  • Page 258

    Features of your vehicle 2.Select [OK] button to enter the Pair [Non SSP supported device] Pairing key / PHONE Phone screen. on the Steering Remote (SSP: Secure Simple Pairing) Controller 4. After a few moments, a screen is displayed where the passkey is entered.

  • Page 259

    Some phones (i.e., iPhone, Android and Blackberry phones) may offer an option to allow acceptance of all future Bluetooth connection requests by default." and "Visit http://www.kia. com/us/en/content/owners/bluetooth for more information on pairing your Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone, and to view a phone compatibility list.

  • Page 260

    Features of your vehicle Pairing through [PHONE] • Bluetooth Wireless Technology • Only Bluetooth ® Wireless ® features supported within the vehi- Technology Handsfree Setup cle are as follows. Some features Bluetooth audio related features may not be supported depending are supported.

  • Page 261

    Features of your vehicle • After pairing is complete, a con- Connecting a Device From the paired phone list, select the tacts download request is sent device you want to connect and once to the mobile phone. Some select [Connect]. SETUP Press the key Select...

  • Page 262

    Features of your vehicle Changing Priority From the paired phone list, select • Priority icon will be displayed when the phone you want to switch to the the selected phone is set as a pri- highest priority, then select [Change ority phone.

  • Page 263

    Features of your vehicle Disconnecting a Device Deleting a Device • When deleting the currently con- nected device, the device will auto- matically be disconnected to pro- SETUP SETUP Press the key Select Press the key Select ceed with the deleting process. CLOCK CLOCK [Phone] Select [Phone List]...

  • Page 264

    Features of your vehicle • If you select the [Call History] but- Answering Calls USING Bluetooth Wireless ® ton but there is no call history data, Technology a prompt is displayed which asks to Answering a Call download call history data. Phone Menu Screen Answering a call with a Bluetooth ®...

  • Page 265

    Features of your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE Favorites Call History • When an incoming call pop-up is displayed, most Audio and SETUP Press the Select Press the Select [Call PHONE PHONE mode features are disabled. Only [Favorites] History] the call volume will operate. •...

  • Page 266

    Features of your vehicle Contacts • Up to 1,000 contacts saved in your device authorization upon attempt- Bluetooth Wireless Technology ing to download contacts. If down- ® phone can be downloaded into the loading does not normally occur, Press key Select Bluetooth PHONE car contacts.

  • Page 267

    ® are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Kia is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. A Bluetooth enabled cell phone is ®...

  • Page 268

    Features of your vehicle 1) Connect/Disconnect Phone Downloading Contacts Outgoing Volume SETUP SETUP Connect/ disconnects currently Press key Select Press key Select CLOCK CLOCK selected phone [Phone] Select [Contacts Download] [Phone] Select [Outgoing Volume] 2) Change Priority : Sets currently selected phone to highest connec- tion priority 3) Delete : Deletes the currently...

  • Page 269

    Features of your vehicle Turning Bluetooth System Off SETUP Press key Select CLOCK [Phone] Select [Bluetooth System Off] Bluetooth Once Wireless ® Technology is turned off, Bluetooth ® Wireless Technology related features will not be supported within the audio system. Bluetooth •...

  • Page 270

    Features of your vehicle VOICE RECOGNITION If prompt feedback is in [ON], then Contact List Best Practices the system will say “Please say a 1)Do not store single-name entries command after the beep (BEEP)” Using Voice Recognition (e.g., “Bob”, “Mom”, “Kim”, etc.). •...

  • Page 271

    RECOGNITION Contact Tips: While prompt message is being stat- ed Shortly press the key on the The Kia Voice Recognition System steering remote controller While Voice Recognition is operating may have difficulty understanding The prompt message is immediately Press and hold the...

  • Page 272

    Features of your vehicle Illustration on using voice commands More Help Here are some examples of mode commands. • Starting Voice Recognition. You can say a radio type like 'FM', 'AM', or 'Satellite'. Shortly pressing the key (under 1 second): You can also say a media source like 'USB', 'My Music', or 'iPod'.

  • Page 273

    Features of your vehicle Voice Command List • Common Commands: These commands can be used in most operations. (However a few commands may not be available during certain operations) Command Function Command Function More Help Provides guidance on commands that can be Contacts Displays the Contacts screen.

  • Page 274

    Features of your vehicle Command Function Command Function FM Preset 16 Plays the most recently played broadcast My Music Plays the music saved in My Music. saved in FM Preset 16. AUX (Auxiliary) Plays the connected external device. AM Preset 16 Plays the broadcast saved in AM Preset 16.

  • Page 275

    Features of your vehicle • FM/AM radio commands: Commands available during • Satellite radio commands: Commands that can be FM, AM radio operation. used while listening to Satellite Radio. Command Function Command Function Preset 16 Plays the broadcast station saved in Preset 16. Channel 0223 Plays the selected Satellite Radio channel.

  • Page 276

    Features of your vehicle • Audio CD commands: Commands available during • MP3 CD / USB commands: Commands available dur- Audio CD operation. ing USB and MP3 CD operation. Command Function Command Function Random Randomly plays the tracks within the CD. Random Randomly plays the files within the current folder.

  • Page 277

    Features of your vehicle • iPod Commands: Commands available during iPod • My Music Commands: Commands available during ® ® operation. My Music operation. Command Function Command Function Random Randomly plays the songs within the current Random Randomly plays all saved files. category.

  • Page 278

    Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered ation Command Operation trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Kia is under license. SiriusXM services require a subscription sold sep- Command Function arately, or as a package, by Sirius XM Radio Inc. If Play Plays the currently paused song.

  • Page 279

    Features of your vehicle DÉCLARATION DE CONFORMITÉ This device complies with Industry Canada’s licence-exempt RSSs. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause interference; and (2) This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence.

  • Page 280

    Features of your vehicle ■ ■ CD Player : AM1A0SLKN, AM1A0SLAN,AM170SLAN ❋ No logo will be shown if the Bluetooth ® Wireless Technology feature is not supported. 4 193...

  • Page 281

    Features of your vehicle SYSTEM CONTROLLERS RADIO PHONE AND FUNCTIONS Changes to FM/AM/ ® Operates Phone Screen SIRIUS XM mode. ❈ When a phone is not connected, Each time the key is pressed, the the connection screen is displayed. ❈ Display and settings may differ ➟...

  • Page 282

    Features of your vehicle ❈ Audio operation is maintained and SETUP (10) CLOCK only the screen will be turned Off. Shortly press the key (under 1 sec- In the screen Off state, press any ond) : Moves to the Display, Sound, key to turn the screen On again.

  • Page 283

    Features of your vehicle Audio Head Unit (13) BACK (For NON BT model) Go to previous depth(no previous screen) (14) MUTE When the button is pressed, stops sound and "Audio Mute" is displayed on LCD. (15) FOLDER Radio Mode - SIRIUS XM RADIO : Category ®...

  • Page 284

    Features of your vehicle SETUP Mode Pop up [Mode Pop up] Changes selection mode Display Settings • During On state, press the RADIO key to display the mode MEDIA SETUP Press the key Select [Display] change pop up screen. CLOCK through TUNE knob or Select menu through...

  • Page 285

    Features of your vehicle SOUND SETTINGS Sound Settings Speed Dependent Volume Control This feature is used to automatically This menu allows you to set the ‘Bass, control the volume level according to Middle, Treble’ and the Sound Fader and SETUP Press the key Select [Sound] the speed of the vehicle.

  • Page 286

    Features of your vehicle ❈ Adjust the number currently in CLOCK SETTINGS Clock Settings focus to make the settings and This menu is used to set the time. press the tune knob to move to the Select [Clock Settings] Set through SETUP next setting.

  • Page 287

    Features of your vehicle SYSTEM SETTINGS Memory Information • Off : This mode is for expert users and omits some information during Displays currently used memory and voice command operation. (When total system memory. SETUP using Expert mode, guidance Press key Select CLOCK Select [Memory Information] OK...

  • Page 288

    Features of your vehicle ® Preset SEEK Selecting through manual RADIO : FM, AM OR SIRIUS XM search Press the Turn the TUNE knob left/right to • Shortly pressing the key (under 1 adjust the frequency. second): Plays the frequency saved in the corresponding key.

  • Page 289

    Features of your vehicle MENU Within key are the A.Store MENU (Auto Store) and Info functions. A.Store Press the key Set [A.Store] MENU through TUNE knob or key. Saves broadcasts with superior reception to keys. If no frequencies are received, then the most recently received frequency will be broadcast.

  • Page 290

    Features of your vehicle ® SIRIUS XM Satellite Radio information Satellite Radio channels: • Terrain: Hills, mountains, tall build- For information on extended sub- ings, bridges, tunnels, freeway scription terms, contact SIRIUS SIRIUS XM ® Satellite Radio has over overpasses, parking garages, ®...

  • Page 291

    Radio ond): Previews each broadcast for 5 activation signal. seconds each Your Kia vehicle is equipped with a 3 ❈ Press the SCAN key again to contin- month complimentary period of SIR-...

  • Page 292

    Info (Information) na or antenna cable is broken or unplugged. Please consult with your Displays the Artist/Song info of the Kia dealership. current song. 2. Acquiring Signal If this message is displayed, it means that the antenna is covered and that the SIRIUS XM ®...

  • Page 293

    Features of your vehicle BASIC METHOD OF USE : Repeat While song (file) is playing Audio CD / MP3 CD / USB / (RPT) key iPod ® / My Music Audio CD, MP3 CD, USB, iPod, My ® Music mode: RPT on screen Press the key to change the MEDIA...

  • Page 294

    Features of your vehicle MP3 CD, USB mode: FLD.RDM on While song (file) playing Folder Search : MP3 CD, USB SEEK screen Mode TRACK • Folder Random (press the key) : • Shortly pressing the key : Plays the While file playing FOLDER...

  • Page 295

    Features of your vehicle MENU : Audio CD Information MENU : MP3 CD / USB Press the CD MP3 mode Press the key Set [ Info] Press the CD MP3 mode MENU MENU MENU Repeat, Random, through the TUNE knob or to set the Repeat, Folder Random, Information features.

  • Page 296

    Features of your vehicle Folder Random Information Copy Press the key Set [ Info] Press the key Set [ MENU MENU Press the key Set [ F.RDM] MENU through the TUNE knob or Copy] through the TUNE knob through the TUNE knob or key to display information of the cur- key.

  • Page 297

    Features of your vehicle MENU : iPod Information ® In iPod mode, press the Press the key Set [ Info] MENU MENU ® Repeat, Random, through the TUNE knob or Information and Search features. key. Displays information of the current song.

  • Page 298

    Features of your vehicle ➀ Select the file you wish to delete MENU : My Music Mode Information by using the TUNE knob. Press the key Set [ Info] MENU ➁ Press the key and select MENU through the TUNE knob or In My Music mode, press the MENU the delete menu to delete the...

  • Page 299

    Features of your vehicle ➁ After selecting, press MENU and select the delete menu. AUX is used to play external MEDIA currently connected with the AUX terminal. AUX mode will automatically start when an external device is connect- ed with the AUX terminal. If an external device is connected, you can also press the key to...

  • Page 300

    AUDIO owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and [Audio Streaming] of Phone is turned any use of such marks by Kia is What is Bluetooth Wireless under license. Other trademarks ®...

  • Page 301

    Features of your vehicle Starting Bluetooth ® Wireless Using the Bluetooth ® Wireless Technology Audio Technology audio features • Press the key to change the • Play / Stop MEDIA mode order Press the TUNE knob to play and CD➟USB➟AUX➟My Music➟BT pause the current song.

  • Page 302

    Features of your vehicle PHONE Making a call using the Steering- • Check call history and making call wheel mounted controls ➀ Shortly press (under 1 second) key on the steering Before using the Bluetooth Wireless ® remote controller. Technology phone features •...

  • Page 303

    Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Kia is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. A Bluetooth ®...

  • Page 304

    Features of your vehicle 2.Select [OK] button to enter the Pair [Non SSP supported device] Pairing Key / PHONE Phone screen. on the Steering Remote (SSP: Secure Simple Pairing) Controller 4. After a few moments, a screen is displayed where the passkey is entered.

  • Page 305

    Some phones (i.e., iPhone, Android and Blackberry phones) may offer an option to allow acceptance of all future Bluetooth connection requests default." "Visit http://www.kia.com/us/en/content/ow ners/bluetooth for more information on pairing your Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone, and to view a phone compatibility list. • If Bluetooth Wireless Technology ®...

  • Page 306

    Features of your vehicle Pairing through [PHONE] • Bluetooth Wireless Technology • Only Bluetooth ® Wireless ® features supported within the vehi- Technology Handsfree Setup cle are as follows. Some features Bluetooth audio related features may not be supported depending are supported.

  • Page 307

    Features of your vehicle • After pairing is complete, a con- Connecting a Device From the paired phone list, select the tacts download request is sent device you want to connect and once to the mobile phone. Some select [Connect]. SETUP Press the key Select...

  • Page 308

    Features of your vehicle Changing Priority From the paired phone list, select • Priority icon will be displayed when the phone you want to switch to the the selected phone is set as a pri- highest priority, then select [Change ority phone.

  • Page 309

    Features of your vehicle Disconnecting a Device Deleting a Device • When deleting the currently con- nected device, the device will auto- matically be disconnected to pro- SETUP SETUP Press the key Select Press the key Select ceed with the deleting process. CLOCK CLOCK [Phone] Select [Phone List]...

  • Page 310

    Features of your vehicle • If you select the [Call History] but- Answering Calls USING Bluetooth Wireless ® ton but there is no call history data, Technology a prompt is displayed which asks to Answering a Call download call history data. Phone Menu Screen Answering a call with a Bluetooth ®...

  • Page 311

    Features of your vehicle • When an incoming call pop-up is Favorites Call History displayed, most Audio and SETUP mode features are disabled. Only Press the Select Press the Select [Call the call volume will operate. PHONE PHONE [Favorites] History] •...

  • Page 312

    Features of your vehicle Contacts • Up to 1,000 contacts saved in your device authorization upon attempt- Bluetooth Wireless Technology ing to download contacts. If down- ® phone can be downloaded into the loading does not normally occur, Press key Select Bluetooth PHONE car contacts.

  • Page 313

    ® are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Kia is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. A Bluetooth enabled cell phone is ®...

  • Page 314

    Features of your vehicle 1) Connect/Disconnect Phone Downloading Contacts Outgoing Volume SETUP SETUP Connect/ disconnects currently Press key Select Press key Select CLOCK CLOCK selected phone [Phone] Select [Contacts Download] [Phone] Select [Outgoing Volume] 2) Change Priority : Sets currently selected phone to highest connec- tion priority 3) Delete : Deletes the currently...

  • Page 315

    Features of your vehicle Turning Bluetooth System Off SETUP Press key Select CLOCK [Phone] Select [Bluetooth System Off] Bluetooth Once Wireless ® Technology is turned off, Bluetooth ® Wireless Technology related features will not be supported within the audio system. Bluetooth •...

  • Page 316

    Features of your vehicle VOICE RECOGNITION If prompt feedback is in [ON], then Contact List Best Practices the system will say “Please say a 1)Do not store single-name entries command after the beep (BEEP)” Using Voice Recognition (e.g., “Bob”, “Mom”, “Kim”, etc.). •...

  • Page 317

    RECOGNITION Contact Tips: While prompt message is being stat- ed Shortly press the key on the The Kia Voice Recognition System steering remote controller While Voice Recognition is operating may have difficulty understanding The prompt message is immediately Press and hold the...

  • Page 318

    Features of your vehicle Illustration on using voice commands More Help Here are some examples of mode commands. • Starting Voice Recognition. You can say a radio type like 'FM', 'AM', or 'Satellite'. Shortly pressing the key (under 1 second): You can also say a media source like 'USB', 'My Music', or 'iPod'.

  • Page 319

    Features of your vehicle Voice Command List • Common Commands: These commands can be used in most operations. (However a few commands may not be available during certain operations) Command Function Command Function More Help Provides guidance on commands that can be Contacts Displays the Contacts screen.

  • Page 320

    Features of your vehicle Command Function Command Function FM Preset 16 Plays the most recently played broadcast My Music Plays the music saved in My Music. saved in FM Preset 16. AUX (Auxiliary) Plays the connected external device. AM Preset 16 Plays the broadcast saved in AM Preset 16.

  • Page 321

    Features of your vehicle • FM/AM radio commands: Commands available during • Satellite radio commands: Commands that can be FM, AM radio operation. used while listening to Satellite Radio. Command Function Command Function Preset 16 Plays the broadcast station saved in Preset 16. Channel 0223 Plays the selected Satellite Radio channel.

  • Page 322

    Features of your vehicle • Audio CD commands: Commands available during • MP3 CD / USB commands: Commands available dur- Audio CD operation. ing USB and MP3 CD operation. Command Function Command Function Random Randomly plays the tracks within the CD. Random Randomly plays the files within the current folder.

  • Page 323

    Features of your vehicle • iPod Commands: Commands available during iPod • My Music Commands: Commands available during ® ® operation. My Music operation. Command Function Command Function Random Randomly plays the songs within the current Random Randomly plays all saved files. category.

  • Page 324

    Bluetooth ® word mark and logos are registered ation Command Operation trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Kia is under license. A Bluetooth ® enabled cell phone is required to use Command Function Bluetooth ®...

  • Page 325

    Features of your vehicle DÉCLARATION DE CONFORMITÉ This device complies with Industry Canada’s licence-exempt RSSs. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause interference; and (2) This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence.

  • Page 326

    Driving your vehicle Before driving......5-3 Special driving conditions....5-50 •...

  • Page 327

    2. Open side vents. as possible by an authorized Kia 3. Set the air intake control at dealer. "Fresh", the air flow control at "Floor" or "Face" and the fan...

  • Page 328

    Driving your vehicle BEFORE DRIVING E020100AUN E020300AHM WARNING Before entering vehicle Before starting Driving while distracted can • Be sure that all windows, outside • Close and lock all doors. result in a loss of vehicle con- mirror(s), and outside lights are •...

  • Page 329

    Driving your vehicle WARNING WARNING - Check sur- - Loose object rounding Securely store items in your Always check the surrounding vehicle. When you make a sud- areas near your vehicle for peo- den stop or turn the steering ple, especially children, before wheel rapidly, loose objects putting a vehicle into D (Drive) may drop on the floor and it...

  • Page 330

    Driving your vehicle KEY POSITIONS (IF EQUIPPED) E030202AHM ACC (Accessory) The steering wheel is unlocked and electrical accessories are operative. If difficulty is experienced turning the ignition switch to the ACC position, turn the key while turning the steer- ing wheel right and left to release the tension.

  • Page 331

    Driving your vehicle E030204APB The anti-theft steering column lock is E040100AUN Starting the engine START not a substitute for the parking brake. Before leaving the driver’s seat, Turn the ignition switch to the START always make sure the shift lever is position to start the engine.

  • Page 332

    Driving your vehicle 1.Make sure the parking brake is If the engine stalls while you are in WARNING - Steering applied. motion, do not attempt to move the wheel shift lever to the P (Park) position. If 2.Manual Transaxle - Depress the traffic and road conditions permit, clutch pedal fully and shift the Never reach for any controls...

  • Page 333: Engine Start/stop Button

    Driving your vehicle ENGINE START/STOP BUTTON (IF EQUIPPED) ENGINE START/STOP button In an emergency situation while the vehicle is in motion, you are able to position turn the engine off and to the ACC position by pressing the ENGINE START/STOP button for more than 2 seconds or 3 times successively within 3 seconds.

  • Page 334

    Driving your vehicle ACC(Accessory) START/RUN Orange indicator Green indicator Not illuminated • With automatic transaxle • With automatic transaxle • With automatic transaxle Press the ENGINE START/STOP Press the ENGINE START/STOP To start the engine, depress the button while it is in the OFF position button while it is in the ACC position brake pedal and press the ENGINE without depressing the brake pedal.

  • Page 335

    Driving your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE E040300AHM-EU • Even if the smart key is in the vehi- Starting the engine with a cle, if it is far away from you, the If you leave the ENGINE START/ smart key (if equipped) engine may not start.

  • Page 336

    Driving your vehicle • When the stop lamp fuse is blown, WARNING - Unintended you can't start the engine normally. vehicle movement Replace the fuse with a new one. If it is not possible, you can start the Never leave the smart key in the engine by pressing the ENGINE vehicle with children or vehicle START/STOP button for 10 sec-...

  • Page 337

    Driving your vehicle MANUAL TRANSAXLE (IF EQUIPPED) E050100BUN-C1 CAUTION - Downshifting Manual transaxle operation Do not downshift more than 2 The manual transaxle has 6 forward gears or downshift the gear gears. when the engine is running at This shift pattern is imprinted on the high speed (5,000 RPM or high- shift knob.

  • Page 338

    Driving your vehicle E050101AUN CAUTION WARNING - Incline park- Using the clutch • To avoid premature clutch The clutch should be pressed all the wear and damage, do not Before leaving the driver’s seat, way to the floor before shifting, then drive with your foot resting on always set the parking brake released slowly.

  • Page 339

    Driving your vehicle E050200AUN-C1 • Exercise extreme caution when Good driving practices driving on a slippery surface. Be especially careful when braking, • Never take the vehicle out of gear accelerating or shifting gears. On a and coast down a hill. This is slippery surface, an abrupt change extremely hazardous.

  • Page 340

    Driving your vehicle AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE (IF EQUIPPED) E060100AAM-EU Automatic transaxle operation The automatic transaxle has 6 for- ward speeds and one reverse speed. Shift lever The individual speeds are selected automatically, depending on the Button position of the shift lever. ✽...

  • Page 341

    Driving your vehicle For smooth operation, depress the E060101AAM CAUTION - Transaxle Transaxle ranges brake pedal when shifting from N (Neutral) to a forward or reverse avoid damage your The indicator in the instrument clus- gear. transaxle, do not accelerate the ter displays the shift lever position engine in R (Reverse) or any for- when the ignition switch is in the ON...

  • Page 342

    Driving your vehicle R (Reverse) N (Neutral) Use this position to drive the vehicle The wheels and transaxle are not backward. engaged. The vehicle will roll freely even on the slightest incline unless the parking brake or service brakes CAUTION - Shifting are applied.

  • Page 343

    Driving your vehicle In sports mode, moving the shift • In sports mode, the driver must • To maintain the required levels of lever backwards and forwards will execute upshifts in accordance vehicle performance and safety, allow you to make gearshifts rapidly. with road conditions, taking care to the system may not execute cer- In contrast to a manual transaxle, the...

  • Page 344

    (1). 2.Insert a screwdriver into the access hole and press down on the screwdriver. 3.Depress the lock release button (2) and move the shift lever. 4.Have your vehicle inspected by an authorized Kia dealer immediately. 5 19...

  • Page 345

    Driving your vehicle E060103AHM E060200AAM E060203AUN Good driving practices Ignition key interlock system Moving up a steep grade from a standing start The ignition key cannot be removed • Never move the gear shift lever unless the shift lever is in the P To move up a steep grade from a from P (Park) or N (Neutral) to any (Park) position.

  • Page 346

    4WD system. tions. In general, off-road conditions If this occurs, have your vehicle provide less traction and braking effec- checked by an authorized Kia dealer tiveness than normal road conditions. as soon as possible. The driver must be especially alert to avoid driving on slopes which tilt the vehicle to either side.

  • Page 347

    Driving your vehicle Four Wheel Drive (4WD) transfer mode selection Transfer mode Selection button Indicator light Description • When driving in 4WD AUTO mode, the vehicle operates sim- ilar to conventional 2WD vehicles under normal operating conditions. However, if the system determines that there is a 4WD AUTO need for the 4WD mode, the engine’s driving power is dis- (4WD LOCK is...

  • Page 348

    Driving your vehicle For safe four-wheel drive oper- ation • Do not try to drive in deep standing water or mud since such conditions can stall your engine and clog your exhaust pipes. Do not drive down steep hills since it requires extreme skill to maintain control of the vehi- cle.

  • Page 349

    Driving your vehicle • You must consciously take the • Always hold the steering wheel effort to learn how to corner in a firmly when you are driving off- 4WD vehicle. Do not rely on your road. experience in conventional 2WD •...

  • Page 350

    Driving your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE WARNING WARNING - Driving - 4WD driving • Shorten your scheduled mainte- through Do not attempt quick steering nance interval if you drive in off- water maneuvers or sharp turns in road conditions such as sand, mud 4WD mode.

  • Page 351

    Driving your vehicle WARNING - Jacked vehicle While the full-time 4WD vehicle is being raised on a jack, never start the engine or cause the tires to rotate. There is the danger that rotating Temporary free roller tires touching the ground could Roll tester (speedometer) cause the vehicle to go off the OXM059025...

  • Page 352

    Driving your vehicle BRAKE SYSTEM E070100AHM Wet brakes may impair the vehicle’s CAUTION - Brake pedal Power brakes ability to safely slow down; the vehi- cle may also pull to one side when Do not drive with your foot rest- Your vehicle has power-assisted the brakes are applied.

  • Page 353

    Driving your vehicle E070101AUN E070102AHM WARNING - Brake wear In the event of brake failure Disc brakes wear indicator If service brakes fail to operate while When your brake pads are worn and Avoid applying the parking the vehicle is in motion, you can new pads are required, you will hear brake to stop the vehicle while it make an emergency stop with the...

  • Page 354

    Driving your vehicle OSL050012 OLM059014 OLM059015 Releasing the parking brake Parking brake E070201AFD-SA Hand type Foot type Applying the parking brake To engage the parking brake, first To release the parking brake, Foot type apply the foot brake and then without depress the parking brake pedal a To engage the parking brake, first pressing the release button in, pull...

  • Page 355

    Driving your vehicle WARNING - Parking brake use All vehicles should always have the parking brake fully engaged when parking to avoid inadver- tent movement of the vehicle which can injure occupants or pedestrians. W-75 OSL050014 E070202AFD-U1 Check the brake warning light by Hand type turning the ignition switch ON (do not start the engine).

  • Page 356

    Driving your vehicle If at all possible, cease driving the E070300AHM-EU The ABS continuously senses the Anti-lock brake system (ABS) vehicle immediately. If that is not pos- speed of the wheels. If the wheels sible, use extreme caution while are going to lock, the ABS system ABS (or ESC) will not prevent acci- operating the vehicle and only con- repeatedly modulates the hydraulic...

  • Page 357

    • On loose or uneven road surfaces, on, you may have a problem with operation of the anti-lock brake your ABS. Contact an authorized Kia system may result in a longer stop- dealer as soon as possible. ping distance than for vehicles equipped with a conventional brake system.

  • Page 358

    Driving your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE Electronic stability control (ESC) will not prevent accidents. Excessive When you jump start your vehicle speed in turns, abrupt maneuvers because of a drained battery, the and hydroplaning on wet surfaces engine may not run as smoothly and can still result in serious accidents.

  • Page 359

    Driving your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE The Electronic Stability Control E070501AUN-EU ESC operation (ESC) system is an electronic sys- A click sound may be heard in the tem designed to help the driver main- ESC ON condition engine compartment when the vehi- tain vehicle control under adverse cle begins to move after the engine is •...

  • Page 360

    Driving your vehicle When operating E070502AUN-EU • State 2 ESC operation off Press the ESC OFF button for more When the ESC is in opera- than 3 seconds. ESC OFF indicator tion, ESC indicator light ESC OFF state light illuminates and ESC OFF warn- blinks.

  • Page 361

    Driving your vehicle E070504AAM-EU ■ ESC indicator light CAUTION ESC OFF usage Driving with varying tire or When driving wheel sizes may cause the ESC • It’s a good idea to keep the ESC system to malfunction. When turned on for daily driving whenev- replacing tires, make sure they er possible.

  • Page 362

    Driving your vehicle ✽ ✽ NOTICE Vehicle stability management The VSM does not operate when: (VSM) (if equipped) • Driving on bank road such as gra- • When operating the vehicle on a dient or incline dynamometer, ensure that the This system provides...

  • Page 363

    Electric Power Steering system or VSM system. If the ESC indicator light ( ) or EPS warning light remains on, take your vehicle to an authorized Kia dealer and have the system checked.

  • Page 364

    Driving your vehicle Hill-start assist control (HAC) WARNING - Maintaining (if equipped) Brake Pressure on Incline A vehicle has the tendency to roll HAC does not replace the need back on a steep hill when it starts to to apply brakes while stopped go after stopping.

  • Page 365

    If the DBC red indicator light illuminates, the system has overheated or in 3rd gear (or above). something is wrong. The DBC will not activate. If the DBC red indicator light illuminates even though the DBC system has been cooled enough have the system checked by an authorized Kia dealer.

  • Page 366

    Kia dealer for assis- tance. 5 41...

  • Page 367

    Driving your vehicle • Under some conditions your park- ing brake can freeze in the engaged position. This is most like- ly to happen when there is an accumulation of snow or ice around or near the rear brakes or if the brakes are wet.

  • Page 368: Cruise Controls

    Driving your vehicle CRUISE CONTROL SYSTEM ✽ ✽ NOTICE If the cruise control is left on, (CRUISE indicator light in the instru- • During normal cruise control ment cluster illuminated) the cruise operation, when the SET switch is control can be switched on acciden- activated or reactivated after tally.

  • Page 369

    Driving your vehicle OSL050030L OSL050031L OSL050032L E090100AUN-KM 3.Push the - SET switch, and release E090200AAM-EU To set cruise control speed: To increase cruise control set it at the desired speed. The SET speed: indicator light in the instrument 1.Push the cruise ON-OFF button on cluster will illuminate.

  • Page 370

    Driving your vehicle E090400AUN To temporarily accelerate with the cruise control on: If you want to speed up temporarily when the cruise control is on, depress the accelerator pedal. Increased speed will not interfere with cruise control operation or change the set speed. To return to the set speed, take your foot off the accelerator.

  • Page 371

    Driving your vehicle Each of these actions will cancel cruise control operation (the SET indicator light in the instrument clus- ter will go off), but it will not turn the system off. If you wish to resume cruise control operation, push the RES + switch located on your steer- ing wheel.

  • Page 372: Active Eco Button

    Driving your vehicle ACTIVE ECO SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED) • When the Active ECO is activated, Limitation of Active ECO oper- it will remain on until the Active ation: ECO button is pressed again. If the following conditions occur while Active ECO does not turn off when Active ECO is operating, the system the engine is restarted.

  • Page 373

    Driving your vehicle ECONOMICAL OPERATION E100000AHM-EU • Don't "ride" the brake pedal. This • Keep your vehicle in good condi- Your vehicle's fuel economy depends can increase fuel consumption and tion. For better fuel economy and mainly on your style of driving, where also increase wear on these com- reduced maintenance costs, main- you drive and when you drive.

  • Page 374

    Driving your vehicle • Remember, your vehicle does not Keeping a vehicle in good operating require extended warm-up. After condition is important both for econ- the engine has started, allow the omy and safety. Therefore, have an engine to run for 10 to 20 seconds authorized dealer perform...

  • Page 375

    Driving your vehicle SPECIAL DRIVING CONDITIONS E110100AHM • If stalled in snow, mud, or sand, E170800AHM Hazardous driving conditions Reducing the risk of a rollover use second gear. Accelerate slow- ly to avoid spinning the drive When hazardous driving conditions This multi-purpose passenger vehicle wheels.

  • Page 376

    Driving your vehicle E110200AAM-EU CAUTION CAUTION - Vehicle rock- - Spinning Rocking the vehicle tires If it is necessary to rock the vehicle Prolonged rocking may cause Do not spin the wheels, espe- to free it from snow, sand, or mud, engine overheating, transaxle cially at speeds more than 56 first turn the steering wheel right and...

  • Page 377

    Driving your vehicle WARNING - Sudden vehicle movement Do not attempt to rock the vehi- cle if people or objects are near- by. The vehicle may suddenly move forward or backwards as it becomes unstuck. OUN056051 OCM053010 E110300AUN E110400AUN Smooth cornering Driving at night Avoid braking or gear changing in Because night driving presents more...

  • Page 378

    Driving your vehicle • Adjust your mirrors to reduce the • If your tires are not in good condi- glare from other driver's head- tion, making a quick stop on wet lights. pavement can cause a skid and possibly lead to an accident. Be •...

  • Page 379: Tires And Wheels

    Driving your vehicle E110600AUN E110700AHM WARNING Driving in flooded areas Highway driving - Under/over inflated tires Avoid driving through flooded areas Tires Always check the tires for proper unless you are sure the water is no Adjust the tire inflation pressures to inflation before driving.

  • Page 380

    Driving your vehicle Fuel, engine coolant and engine High speed travel consumes more fuel than urban motoring. Do not for- get to check both the engine coolant and engine oil. Drive belt A loose or damaged drive belt may result in overheating of the engine. 5 55...

  • Page 381

    Driving your vehicle WINTER DRIVING E120100AUN E120101AUN Snowy or icy conditions Snow tires If you mount snow tires on your vehi- To drive your vehicle in deep snow, it cle, make sure they are radial tires of may be necessary to use snow tires the same size and load range as the on your tires.

  • Page 382

    7. The level of charge in your parts outlets. Do not use engine battery can be checked by an author- coolant or other types of anti-freeze ized Kia dealer or a service station. as these may damage the paint finish. 5 57...

  • Page 383

    Driving your vehicle E120800AAM E120900AHM Don’t let your parking brake Don't let ice and snow accu- freeze mulate underneath Under some conditions your parking Under some conditions, snow and brake can freeze in the engaged ice can build up under the fenders position.

  • Page 384

    (gross axle weight) and trailer vehicles or apparatus may differ. Ask tongue load are all within the This section contains many time- an authorized Kia dealer for further limits. tested, important trailering tips and details before towing. safety rules. Many of these are...

  • Page 385

    • Kia trailer hitch accessory is avail- ly set up the brake system. This able at an authorized Kia dealer. is not a task for amateurs. Use...

  • Page 386

    Driving your vehicle E140400AUN E140401AUN E140403AUN Driving with a trailer Following distance Backing up Stay at least twice as far behind the Hold the bottom of the steering Towing a trailer requires a certain vehicle ahead as you would when wheel with one hand.

  • Page 387

    Do not connect a trailer lighting sys- tem directly to your vehicle’s lighting system. Use only an approved trailer wiring harness. An authorized Kia dealer can assist you in installing the wiring harness.

  • Page 388

    Driving your vehicle Towing up hill E140407AUN-EA 2.If the vehicle has a manual Parking on hills transaxle, place the car in neutral. • When towing a trailer on steep If the vehicle has an automatic grades (in excess of 6%) pay close Generally, if you have a trailer transaxle, place the car in P (Park).

  • Page 389

    Driving your vehicle When you are ready to leave after E140500AUN CAUTION - Air condition Maintenance when trailer towing parking on a hill Do not use the A/C while using 1.With the manual transaxle in Your vehicle will need service more your vehicle to tow uphill.

  • Page 390

    • When towing a trailer, be sure to con- 4WD : 4-Wheel drive sult an authorized Kia dealer for fur- ther information on additional require- To identify what the vehicle trailering capacity is for your vehicle, you should read the ments such as a towing kit, etc.

  • Page 391

    Driving your vehicle The trailer tongue should weigh a maximum of 10% of the total loaded trailer weight, within the limits of the maximum permissible trailer tongue load. After you've loaded your trailer, weigh the trailer and then the tongue, separately, to see if the weights are proper.

  • Page 392

    Driving your vehicle VEHICLE LOAD LIMIT E150100AUN E150102AAM Tire and loading information Seating capacity: label Total : 5 persons The label located on the driver's door - Front seat : 2 persons sill gives the original tire size, cold - Rear seat : 3 persons tire pressures recommended for your Seating capacity is the maximum vehicle, the number of people that...

  • Page 393

    Driving your vehicle E150103AEN E150105AUN-C1 5.Determine the combined weight of Towing capacity: Steps for determining correct luggage and cargo being loaded load limit on the vehicle. That weight may not Without trailer brakes safely exceed the available cargo 1.Locate the statement "The com- : 454 kg (1000 lbs) and luggage load capacity calcu- bined weight of occupants and...

  • Page 394

    Driving your vehicle Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 C190F01JM C190F02JM C190F03JM Item Description Total Item Description Total Item Description Total Vehicle Capacity 635 kg Vehicle Capacity 635 kg Vehicle Capacity 635 kg Weight (1400 lbs) Weight (1400 lbs) Weight (1400 lbs) Subtract Occupant Subtract Occupant...

  • Page 395

    Driving your vehicle E150200AUN WARNING WARNING Certification label - Over loading - Over loading Never exceed the GVWR for Do not overload your vehicle. The certification label is located on your vehicle, the GAWR for Overloading your vehicle can the driver's door sill at the center pil- either the front or rear axle and cause heat buildup in your vehi- lar.

  • Page 396

    Driving your vehicle WARNING - Loose cargo Do not travel with unsecured blunt objects in the passenger compartment of your vehicle (e.g. suit cases or unsecured child seats). These items may strike occupant during a sud- den stop or crash. 5 71...

  • Page 397

    Driving your vehicle VEHICLE WEIGHT GLOSSARY E160000AUN E160200AUN E160500AUN Vehicle curb weight GAWR (Gross axle weight rat- This section will guide you in the prop- ing) er loading of your vehicle and/or trail- This is the weight of your new vehicle er, to keep your loaded vehicle weight when you picked it up from your deal- This is the maximum allowable...

  • Page 398

    What to do in an emergency Road warning......6-2 • Hazard warning flasher......6-2 In case of an emergency while driving.

  • Page 399

    What to do in an emergency ROAD WARNING It should be used whenever emer- gency repairs are being made or when the vehicle is stopped near the edge of a roadway. Depress the flasher switch with the ignition switch in any position. The flasher switch is located in the center console switch panel.

  • Page 400

    F020200AUN vehicle will not start, contact an traffic. If you have a flat tire while authorized Kia dealer or seek other 4.When changing a flat tire, follow driving qualified assistance. the instruction provided later in this If a tire goes flat while you are driv- section.

  • Page 401

    4.If the engine still does not start, call charged. an authorized Kia dealer or seek 4.Check the starter connections to other qualified assistance. be sure they are securely tight- ened.

  • Page 402

    What to do in an emergency EMERGENCY STARTING F040100AHM-U1 Jumper Cables WARNING Jump starting - Frozen batteries Jump starting can be dangerous if Do not attempt to jump start the done incorrectly. Therefore, to avoid vehicle if the discharged battery harm to yourself or damage to your is frozen or if the electrolyte vehicle or battery, follow these jump...

  • Page 403

    (4). Do not con- ized Kia dealer. nect it to or near any part that moves when the engine is cranked.

  • Page 404

    Do not open the vent injury. ing. If overheating happens again, hood until the coolant has stopped call an authorized Kia dealer for running or the steaming has 5.If the water pump drive belt is bro- assistance.

  • Page 405

    What to do in an emergency IF YOU HAVE A FLAT TIRE F070101AAM • Always move the vehicle complete- Jacking instructions ly off the road and onto the shoul- der before trying to change a tire. The jack is provided for emergency The jack should be used on a firm tire changing only.

  • Page 406

    What to do in an emergency • Do not allow anyone to remain in ■ Type B the vehicle while it is on the jack. • Make sure any children present are in a secure place away from the road and from the vehicle to be raised with the jack.

  • Page 407

    What to do in an emergency • To prevent vehicle movement while changing a tire, always set the parking brake fully, and always block the wheel diagonally oppo- site the wheel being changed. • We recommend that the wheels of the vehicle be blocked, and that no person remain in a vehicle that is being jacked.

  • Page 408

    What to do in an emergency 9.Loosen the wheel nuts and remove them with your fingers. Slide the wheel off the studs and lay it flat so it cannot roll away. To put the wheel on the hub, pick up the spare tire, line up the holes with the studs and slide the wheel onto them.

  • Page 409

    Then double-check each nut for tightness. After changing wheels, have an authorized Kia deal- er tighten the wheel nuts to their proper torque as soon as possible. Wheel nut tightening torque:...

  • Page 410

    “Tires and wheels” in section 8. Note that most lug nuts do not have metric threads. Be sure to use extreme care in checking for thread style before installing aftermarket lug nuts or wheels. If in doubt, consult an authorized Kia dealer. 6 13...

  • Page 411

    What to do in an emergency F070301AUN-EU When using a compact spare tire, WARNING Important - use of compact spare observe the following precautions: tire The compact spare tire is for • Under no circumstances should Your vehicle is equipped with a com- emergency use only.

  • Page 412

    What to do in an emergency • Avoid driving over obstacles. The • The compact spare tire should not compact spare tire diameter is be used on any other wheels, nor smaller than the diameter of a con- should standard tires, snow tires, ventional tire and reduces the wheel covers or trim rings be used ground clearance approximately...

  • Page 413

    What to do in an emergency Jack label 1. Model Name 2. Maximum allowable load ■ Example • Type A 3. When using the jack, set your parking brake. 4. When using the jack, stop the engine. 5. Do not get under a vehicle that is supported by a jack.

  • Page 414

    If emergency towing is necessary, we recommend having it done by an The side and curtain air bag may authorized Kia dealer or a commer- deploy when the ignitions is ON, cial tow-truck service. Proper lifting and the rollover sensor detects and towing procedures are neces- the situation as a rollover.

  • Page 415

    What to do in an emergency When towing your vehicle in an ■ Front emergency without wheel dollies : 1.Set the ignition switch in the ACC position. 2.Place the transaxle shift lever in N (Neutral). 3.Release the parking brake. OUN046030 CAUTION - Towing gear OSL060010...

  • Page 416

    F080300AHM-EU Emergency towing • The drivers of both vehicles should communicate with each other fre- If towing is necessary, have it quently. done by an authorized Kia dealer or a commercial tow truck service. 6 19...

  • Page 417

    What to do in an emergency • Before emergency towing, check CAUTION that the hook is not broken or dam- aged. • Attach a towing strap to the tow hook. • Fasten the towing cable or chain securely to the hook. •...

  • Page 418

    What to do in an emergency F080301AAM-EU CAUTION - Automatic Emergency towing precautions transaxle • Turn the ignition switch to ACC so • To avoid serious damage to the steering wheel isn’t locked. the automatic transaxle, limit • Place the transaxle shift lever in N the vehicle speed to 10 mph (Neutral).

  • Page 419: Wiper Blade

    Maintenance Engine compartment......7-2 • Tire rotation......... 7-34 •...

  • Page 420: Fuse Box

    Maintenance ENGINE COMPARTMENT ■ ■ GDI engine 1. Engine coolant reservoir 2. Engine oil filler cap 3. Brake/clutch fluid reservoir 4. Positive battery terminal 5. Negative battery terminal 6. Fuse box ■ ■ T-GDI engine 7. Air cleaner 8. Engine oil dipstick 9.

  • Page 421

    Maintenance Service and Record nical support from Kia in order to pro- Retention are the owner's responsi- vide you with a high level of service Should you have any doubts con- bility.

  • Page 422

    As explained earlier in this section, parts, if you must run the several procedures can be done only engine while working under the by an authorized Kia dealer with spe- hood, make certain that you cial tools. remove all jewelry (especially rings, bracelets, watches, and ✽...

  • Page 423

    • Check the engine oil level. ized Kia dealer at the frequencies exhaust fumes in the vehicle. indicated to help ensure safe, • Check the coolant level in the •...

  • Page 424

    Maintenance G030103AHM G030104AHM G030105AHM-C1 At least monthly: At least twice a year At least once a year: (i.e., every Spring and Fall): • Check the coolant level in the • Clean the body and door drain engine coolant reservoir. • Check the radiator, heater and air holes.

  • Page 425

    (1) If TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline is not available, one bottle of additive is recommended. Additives ars available from your authorized Kia dealer along with information on how to use them. Do not mix other additives. (2) Fuel filter & Fuel tank air filter are considered to be maintenance free but periodic inspection is recommended for this maintenance schedule depends on fuel quality.

  • Page 426

    Maintenance NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE (CONT.) R : Replace or change I : Inspect and if necessary, adjust, correct, clean or replace. MAINTENANCE Kilometers or time in months, whichever comes first INTERVALS × 1,000 km 12 MAINTENANCE # Months ITEM Vaccum hoses Air cleaner element Spark plugs (GDI engine) Spark plugs (T-GDI engine)

  • Page 427

    Maintenance NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE (CONT.) R : Replace or change I : Inspect and if necessary, adjust, correct, clean or replace. MAINTENANCE Kilometers or time in months, whichever comes first INTERVALS × 1,000 km 12 MAINTENANCE # Months ITEM At first, inspect the drive belt at 96,000 km or 72 months; Drive belts (4) after that, inspect it 24,000 km or 24 months At first, replace at 192,000 km or 120 months;...

  • Page 428

    Maintenance NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE (CONT.) R : Replace or change I : Inspect and if necessary, adjust, correct, clean or replace. MAINTENANCE Kilometers or time in months, whichever comes first INTERVALS × 1,000 km 12 MAINTENANCE # Months ITEM Front brake disc/pads, calipers Rear brake disc/pads Parking brake Exhaust pipes, heat shield &...

  • Page 429

    Maintenance NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE (CONT.) R : Replace or change I : Inspect and if necessary, adjust, correct, clean or replace. MAINTENANCE Kilometers or time in months, whichever comes first INTERVALS × 1,000 km 12 MAINTENANCE # Months ITEM Power steering fluid & lines Climate contol air filter Air conditioner compressor operation &...

  • Page 430: Maintenance Under Severe Usage Conditions

    Maintenance MAINTENANCE UNDER SEVERE USAGE CONDITIONS The following items must be serviced more frequently on cars normally used under severe driving conditions. Refer to the chart below for the appropriate maintenance intervals. R : Replace I : Inspect and, after inspection, clean, adjust, repair or replace if necessary MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE DRIVING...

  • Page 431

    Maintenance MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE DRIVING MAINTENANCE ITEM INTERVALS OPERATION CONDITION STEERING GEAR BOX, LINKAGE & BOOTS/ MORE FREQUENTLY C, D, E, F, G, H, I LOWER ARM BALL JOINT, UPPER ARM BSALL JOINT DRIVE SHAFTS AND BOOTS EVERY 12,000 km OR 6 MONTHS C, D, E, F, G CLIMATE CONTROL AIR FILTER MORE FREQUENTLY...

  • Page 432

    Drive belts connections for leakage and dam- as the exhaust manifold. age. Have an authorized Kia dealer Inspect all drive belts for evidence of Inspect the hose routing to assure replace any damaged or leaking...

  • Page 433

    CAUTION - Transaxle Air cleaner filter Coolant fluids A Genuine Kia air cleaner filter is The coolant should be changed at The use of a non-specified fluid recommended when the filter is the intervals specified in the mainte- could result in transaxle mal- replaced.

  • Page 434

    Maintenance G051600AAM G052000AUN G052400AUN Brake/Clutch (if equipped) Exhaust pipe and muffler Drive shafts and boots fluid Visually inspect the exhaust pipes, Check the drive shafts, boots and muffler and hangers for cracks, dete- clamps for cracks, deterioration, or Check the brake fluid level in the rioration, or damage.

  • Page 435

    Maintenance ENGINE OIL G060100AHM-EU 5.Pull the dipstick out again and GDI engine Checking the engine oil level check the level. The level should be between F and L. 1.Be sure the vehicle is on level ground. CAUTION - Replacing 2.Start the engine and allow it to engine oil reach normal operating tempera- ture.

  • Page 436

    Have engine oil and filter changed by Use only the specified engine oil. an authorized Kia dealer according (Refer to “Recommended lubricants to the Maintenance Schedule at the and capacities” in section 8.) beginning of this section.

  • Page 437

    Maintenance ENGINE COOLANT G070000AHM G070100AHM WARNING Checking the coolant level - Cooling fan The high-pressure cooling system has a reservoir filled with year round caution when antifreeze coolant. The reservoir is WARNING working near filled at the factory. blade of the cooling Removing radiator Check the antifreeze protection and fan.

  • Page 438

    If the coolant level is low, add enough solution. distilled (deionized) water to provide protection against freezing and cor- rosion. Bring the level to F, but do not overfill. If frequent additions are required, see an authorized Kia deal- er for a cooling system inspection.

  • Page 439

    Maintenance G070200AHM Changing the coolant Have the coolant changed by an authorized Kia dealer according to the Maintenance Schedule at the beginning of this section. Put a thick cloth around the radiator cap before refilling the coolant in order to prevent the coolant from overflowing into engine parts such as the alternator.

  • Page 440

    It the vehicle should be inspected by Before removing the reservoir cap should be disposed of properly. an authorized Kia dealer. and adding brake/clutch fluid, clean When changing adding the area around the reservoir cap brake/clutch fluid, handle it carefully.

  • Page 441

    If the antifreeze characteristics in cold cli- stroke is more or less than specified, mates to prevent freezing. have the parking brake adjusted by an authorized Kia dealer. Stroke : 45 notch 7 23...

  • Page 442

    Also, the You can clean the filter when inspect- parking brake alone should securely • Use a Kia genuine part. Use of ing the air cleaner element. hold the vehicle on a fairly steep non-genuine parts could dam- Clean the filter by using compressed grade.

  • Page 443

    Maintenance CLIMATE CONTROL AIR FILTER (IF EQUIPPED) Filter inspection The climate control air filter should be replaced according to the mainte- nance schedule. If the vehicle is operated in severely air-polluted cities or on dusty rough roads for a long period, it should be inspected more frequently and replaced earlier.

  • Page 444

    Maintenance WIPER BLADES Contamination of either the wind- G180200AUN Blade replacement shield or the wiper blades with for- eign matter can reduce the effective- When the wipers no longer clean ness of the windshield wipers. adequately, the blades may be worn Common sources of contamination or cracked, and require replacement.

  • Page 445

    Maintenance 1LDA5023 1JBA7037 1JBA7038 Front windshield wiper blade 2.Compress the clip and slide the 3.Lift it off the arm. blade assembly downward. 1.Raise the wiper arm and turn the 4.Install the blade assembly in the wiper blade assembly to expose reverse order of removal.

  • Page 446

    3.Make sure the blade assembly is installed firmly by trying to pull it slightly. To prevent damage to the wiper arms or other components, have an authorized Kia dealer replace the wiper blade.

  • Page 447

    Maintenance BATTERY Always read the following WARNING - Risk of instructions carefully when explosion handling a battery. Keep lit cigarettes and If any electrolyte gets into other flames your eyes, flush your eyes sparks away from the with clean water for at least battery.

  • Page 448: Positive Battery Terminal

    Maintenance Never attempt to recharge the bat- G190200AUN When recharging battery, Battery recharging tery when the battery cables are con- observe the following precautions: nected. Your vehicle has a maintenance-free, • The battery must be removed from calcium-based battery. the vehicle and placed in an area with good ventilation.

  • Page 449

    Maintenance G190300AAM Reset items Items should be reset after the bat- tery has been discharged or the bat- tery has been disconnected. • Auto up/down window (See section 4) • Sunroof (See section 4) • Trip computer (See section 4) •...

  • Page 450

    If Recommended pressures must be a tire frequently needs refilling, have maintained for the best ride, vehicle it checked by an authorized Kia handling, and minimum tire wear. dealer. For recommended inflation pressure, • Overinflation produces a harsh ride, refer to “Tire and wheels”...

  • Page 451

    Maintenance • Warm tires normally exceed rec- Always observe the following: G200300AUN Checking tire inflation pres- ommended cold tire pressures by • Check tire pressure when the tires sure 28 to 41 kPa (4 to 6 psi ). Do not are cold.

  • Page 452

    • Remember to check the pressure bulges in the tread or side of tire. the valve stems. They help prevent of your spare tire. Kia recommends Replace the tire if you find either of leaks by keeping out dirt and mois- that you check the spare every these conditions.

  • Page 453

    Maintenance Disc brake pads should be inspected G200500AUN Without a spare tire Wheel alignment and tire bal- for wear whenever tires are rotated. ance Rotate radial tires that have an asymmetric tread pattern only from The wheels on your vehicle were front to rear and not from right to left.

  • Page 454

    CAUTION less than 1.6 mm (1/16 inch) of tread - Wheel left on the tire. Replace the tire when Wheels that do not meet Kia's this happens. specifications may fit poorly Do not wait for the band to appear and result in damage to the...

  • Page 455

    Maintenance G200700BUN G200800AHM Wheel replacement Tire traction When replacing the metal wheels for Tire traction can be reduced if you any reason, make sure the new drive on worn tires, tires that are wheels are equivalent to the original improperly inflated or on slippery factory units in diameter, rim width road surfaces.

  • Page 456

    Maintenance G201001AUN P - Applicable vehicle type (tires Wheel size designation 1. Manufacturer or brand name marked with the prefix “P’’ are Wheels are also marked with impor- intended for use on passenger Manufacturer or Brand name is tant information that you need if you vehicles or light trucks;...

  • Page 457

    Maintenance Tire speed ratings G201003AHM WARNING - Tire age 3. Checking tire life (TIN : Tire The chart below lists many of the dif- Identification Number) ferent speed ratings currently being Replace tires within the recom- used for passenger car tires. The Any tires that are over 6 years old, mended time frame.

  • Page 458

    Maintenance G201004AEN G201006AUN G2010007AEN-EU 4. Tire ply composition and mate- 6. Maximum load rating 7. Uniform tire quality grading rial This number indicates the maximum Quality grades can be found where The number of layers or plies of rub- load in kilograms and pounds that applicable on the tire sidewall ber-coated fabric in the tire.

  • Page 459

    Maintenance Tread wear Traction - AA, A, B & C Temperature -A, B & C The tread wear grade is a compara- The traction grades, from highest to The temperature grades are A (the tive rating based on the wear rate of lowest, are AA, A, B and C.

  • Page 460

    Maintenance G201100AAM Cold Tire Pressure: The amount of Light truck(LT) tire: A tire designat- Tire terminology and definitions air pressure in a tire, measured in ed by its manufacturer as primarily Air Pressure: The amount of air kilopascals (kPa) or pounds per intended for use on lightweight trucks inside the tire pressing outward on square inch (psi) before a tire has...

  • Page 461

    Maintenance Occupant Distribution: Designated ously considered in curb weight or Treadwear Indicators: Narrow seating positions. accessory weight, including heavy bands, sometimes called "wear duty brakes, ride levelers, roof rack, bars," that show across the tread of a Outward Facing Sidewall: The side heavy duty battery, and special trim.

  • Page 462

    All season tires dling may result. complement the ride and handling Kia specifies all season tires on characteristics of your vehicle. Radial- Snow tires should carry 28 kPa (4 psi) some models to provide good per-...

  • Page 463

    • If the tire is impacted, we rec- ommend that you inspect the tire condition or contact an authorized Kia dealer. • To prevent damage to the tire, inspect the tire condition and pressure every 3,000km.

  • Page 464

    Normal Blown If the replacement fuse blows, this indicates an electrical problem. Avoid using the system involved and imme- diately consult an authorized Kia dealer. Three kinds of fuses are used: blade type for lower amperage rating, car- Normal Blown tridge type, and multi fuse for higher amperage ratings.

  • Page 465

    If fuses, relays and 2.Open the fuse panel cover. terminals fastened with bolts or nuts are blown, we recom- mend that you consult with an authorized Kia dealer to get them replaced properly. 7 47...

  • Page 466

    1.Turn off the engine. ing, and make sure it fits tightly in the clips. 2.Turn off the headlights and tail lights. If it fits loosely, consult an authorized 3.Open the driver’s side panel cover Kia dealer. and pull out the memory fuse.

  • Page 467: Fuse Box.

    Refer to “Battery” in this If it fits loosely, consult an author- section. ized Kia dealer. • Even though the memory fuse is pulled out, the battery can still be discharged by operation of the CAUTION...

  • Page 468

    ✽ ✽ NOTICE G210300AAM-EU Fuse/relay panel description If the multi fuse is blown, consult an Inside the fuse/relay panel covers, authorized Kia dealer. you can find the fuse/relay label describing fuse/relay name and CAUTION capacity. Visually inspect the battery cap to ensure it is securely closed.

  • Page 469

    Maintenance OSL070026 Instrument panel fuse panel ✽ ✽ NOTICE The actual fuse/relay panel label may differ depending on equip- ment/options. OSL074201N 7 51...

  • Page 470

    Maintenance OLM079027N Engine compartment fuse panel ✽ ✽ NOTICE The actual fuse/relay panel label may differ depending on equip- ment/options. OSL074202N...

  • Page 471

    Maintenance OLM079053N Engine compartment fuse panel ✽ ✽ NOTICE The actual fuse/relay panel label may differ depending on equip- ment/options. OSL074103 7 53...

  • Page 472

    Maintenance Inner fuse panel Fuse Name Fuse rating Protected component AUDIO Audio POWER CONNECTOR RF_ANT 7.5A RF Receiver A/BAG SRS Control Module, Passenger Occupant Detection Sensor, Telltale & SBR Lamp S/HEATER FRT Driver/Passenger Seat Warmer Switch S/HEATER RR Rear Seat Warmer LH/RH A/CON 7.5A A/C Control Module (Auto)

  • Page 473

    Maintenance Fuse Name Fuse rating Protected component BCM, Map Lamp, Room Lamp, Driver/Passenger Vanity Lamp, Electro Chromic Mirror, ROOM LP Luggage Lamp, Ignition Key ILL. & Door Warning Switch, Tire Pressure Monitoring Module, Instrument Cluster (MCU, IND.), A/C Control Module, IPS Control Module (B+) PDM B Start/Stop Button Switch, Smart Key Control Module DR LOCK...

  • Page 474

    Maintenance Engine compartment fuse panel Fuse Name Fuse rating Protected component MDPS EPS Control Module I/P Junction Box (PDM A 25A, DR LOCK 15A, HAZARD 15A, IPS 47) ABS 2 ESC Module EMS Box (TCU 1 15A, ECU 30A, A/CON 10A, F/PUMP 15A) ABS 1 ESC Module MULTI...

  • Page 475

    Maintenance Engine compartment main fuse panel (EMS Box) Fuse Name Fuse rating Protected component F/PUMP Fuel Pump Relay Fuel Pump Relay, PCM, Oxygen Sensor (Up)/(Down), SENSOR 4 E/R Fuse & Relay Box (Cooling Fan (High)/(Low) Relay) SENSOR 3 A/CON Relay, Injector #1#4 SENSOR 2 (Not Used) TCU 1...

  • Page 476

    Maintenance APPEARANCE CARE Exterior care G230102BUN After washing the vehicle, test the Finish maintenance brakes while driving slowly to see if G230101AUN they have been affected by water. If Washing Exterior general caution braking performance is impaired, dry To help protect your vehicle’s finish It is very important to follow the label the brakes by applying them lightly from rust and deterioration, wash it...

  • Page 477

    Maintenance Waxing CAUTION - Drying vehi- Wax the vehicle when water will no longer bead on the paint. • Wiping dust or dirt off the Always wash and dry the vehicle body with a dry cloth will before waxing. Use a good quality scratch the finish.

  • Page 478

    Maintenance G230103AUN G230104AUN G230105ASA Finish damage repair Bright-metal maintenance Underbody maintenance Deep scratches or stone chips in the • To remove road tar and insects, Corrosive materials used for ice and painted surface must be repaired use a tar remover, not a scraper or snow removal and dust control may promptly.

  • Page 479

    Maintenance Aluminum wheel maintenance G230107AHM High-corrosion areas Corrosion protection The aluminum wheels are coated If you live in an area where your vehi- with a clear protective finish. cle is regularly exposed to corrosive Protecting your vehicle from corro- materials, corrosion protection is sion •...

  • Page 480

    Maintenance High temperatures can also acceler- • If you live in a high-corrosion area Keep your garage dry ate corrosion of parts that are not — where road salts are used, near Don't park your vehicle in a damp, properly ventilated so the moisture the ocean, areas with industrial poorly ventilated garage.

  • Page 481

    Maintenance Don't neglect the interior Interior care CAUTION - Leather Moisture can collect under the floor G230201BHM When cleaning leather products mats and carpeting and cause corro- Interior general precautions (steering wheel, seats etc.), use sion. Check under the mats periodi- Prevent chemicals such as perfume, neutral detergents or low alco- cally to be sure the carpeting is dry.

  • Page 482

    Maintenance G230202AUN G230203AUN CAUTION - Rear window Cleaning the upholstery and inte- Cleaning the lap/shoulder belt rior trim webbing Do not scrape or scratch the inside of the rear window. This Clean the belt webbing with any mild Vinyl may result in damage of the rear soap solution recommended for Remove dust and loose dirt from window defroster grid.

  • Page 483

    (The ORVR system is designed to an authorized Kia dealer in accor- allow the vapors from the fuel tank to be dance with the maintenance sched- loaded into a canister while refueling at ule in this manual.

  • Page 484

    Maintenance G270201AUN G270300AUN G270302AUN-EU 3. Exhaust emission control Canister Engine exhaust gas precautions system (carbon monoxide) Fuel vapors generated inside the fuel tank are absorbed and stored in the • Carbon monoxide can be present Exhaust Emission Control onboard canister. When the engine is with other exhaust...

  • Page 485

    Maintenance • Do not operate the engine in con- G270303AAM WARNING - Catalytic Operating precautions for catalyt- fined or closed areas (such as converter garages) any more than what is ic converters (if equipped) necessary to move the vehicle in or Keep away from the catalytic out of the area.

  • Page 486

    • Do not operate the engine at high idle speed for extended periods (5 minutes or more). • Do not modify or tamper with any part of the engine or emission con- trol system. All inspections and adjustments must be made by an authorized Kia dealer.

  • Page 487

    Specifications & Consumer information Dimensions........ 8-2 Bulb wattage....... 8-2 Tires and wheels.

  • Page 488: Fog Light

    Specifications & Consumer information DIMENSIONS BULB WATTAGE I010000AAM-EU I030000AAM-EU Item mm (in) Light Bulb Wattage Headlights (Low) T-GDI Overall length Headlights (High) 4440 (174.8) 4450 (175.2) Front turn signal lights / Position lights 28/8 Overall width 1855 (73.0) Front turn signal lights Overall height 1635 (64.4) / 1645 (64.8) Side turn signal LED or 5...

  • Page 489

    We recommend that when replacing tires, use the same originally supplied with the vehicles. If not, that affects driving performance. AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM Item Weight of volume Classification Refrigerant 550 ± 25g R-134a Compressor lubricant 120 ± 10g PAG (205A) We recommend that you contact an authorized Kia dealer for more details.

  • Page 490: Recommended Lubricants And Capacities

    SK ATF SP-IV Automatic transaxle fluid NOCA ATF SP-IV T-GDI 7.8 l (8.24 US qt.) Kia genuine ATF SP-IV 6.8 l (7.19 US qt.) Mixture of antifreeze and distilled water 6.7 l (7.08 US qt.) Coolant (Ethylene glycol base coolant for aluminum radiator) 6.76.8 l...

  • Page 491

    Specifications & Consumer information Lubricant Volume Classification Brake fluid 0.70.8 l (0.70.8 US qt.) FMVSS116 DOT-3 or DOT-4 HYPOID GEAR OIL API GL-5, SAE 75W/90 Rear differential oil (4WD) 0.65 l (0.69 US qt.) (SHELL SPIRAX X or equivalent) HYPOID GEAR OIL API GL-5, SAE 75W/90 Transfer case oil (4WD) 0.6 l (0.63 US qt.) (SHELL SPIRAX X or equivalent)

  • Page 492

    Specifications & Consumer information I040000AAM-EU When choosing an oil, consider the Recommended SAE viscosity range of temperature your vehicle will number be operated in before the next oil change. Proceed to select the recom- Always be sure to clean the area mended oil viscosity from the chart.

  • Page 493

    Specifications & Consumer information VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (VIN) VEHICLE CERTIFICATION LABEL VIN Label Frame number OLM089002N OEN086004N OLM089001 H020000AUN The VIN is also on a plate attached H010000AAM vehicle certification label The vehicle identification number to the top of the dashboard. The attached on the driver’s side center (VIN) is the number used in register- number on the plate can easily be...

  • Page 494

    Specifications & Consumer information ENGINE NUMBER TIRE SPECIFICATION AND PRESSURE LABEL GDI engine OSL084003 T-GDI engine OLM089008N H030000APB The tires supplied on your new vehi- cle are chosen to provide the best performance for normal driving. The tire label located on the driver's side center pillar gives the tire pres- sures recommended for your vehicle.

  • Page 495

    Index...

  • Page 496: Air Cleaner

    Index Air bag - advanced supplemental restraint system..3-46 Back-up warning system....... 4-79 Air bag warning label......3-71 Back-up warning system.

  • Page 497: Fuel Requirements

    Index Exterior overview I......2-2 Exterior overview II......2-3 Four wheel drive (4WD).

  • Page 498

    Index If the engine will not start....... 6-4 Luggage lamp......4-96 If engine dose not turn over or turns over slowly.

  • Page 499

    Index Maintenance services......7-3 Rear-camera display......4-83 Owner maintenance precautions.

  • Page 500: Vehicle Handling Instructions

    Index Driving in flooded areas...... 5-54 Checking tire inflation pressure....7-33 Driving in the rain.

  • Page 501

    Index Vehicle identification number (VIN)....8-7 Vehicle load limit......5-67 Certification label.


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