Comparison with ordinary remotecontrol

The functions can be controlled by pressing the buttons of the remote control or Comfort Access.

Unlocking

Grasp the door handle on the driver's or front

Grasp the door handle on the driver's or front passenger door completely, arrow 1. This corresponds to pressing the remote button on the remote control.

Locking

Press the area on the door handle, arrow 2, with

Press the area on the door handle, arrow 2, with your finger for approx. 1 second.

This corresponds to pressing the button on button on the remote control.

To save battery power, ensure that the ignition and all electronic systems and/or power consumers are switched off before locking the vehicle.

Convenient closing

Press the area on the door handle, arrow 2, with the finger and hold it down.

In addition to locking, the windows and the glass sunroof are closed.

Monitor the closing process to ensure that Monitor the closing process
Monitor the closing process to ensure that no one becomes trapped.◄

Unlocking the tailgate separately

Press the button on the exterior of the tailgate.

This corresponds to pressing the button button on the remote control.

cargo area Do not place the remote control in the cargo area

Take the remote control with you and do not leave it in the cargo area; otherwise, the remote control is locked inside the vehicle when the tailgate is closed.◄

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