Central locking system

The concept

The central locking system becomes active when the driver's door is closed.

The system simultaneously engages and releases the locks on the following:

  • Doors.
  • Trunk lid.
  • Fuel filler flap.

Operating from the outside

  • Via the remote control.
  • Via the driver's door lock*.
  • Via the door handles*.
  • Via the button in the trunk lid*.

The following takes place simultaneously when locking/unlocking the vehicle via the remote control:

  • Anti-theft protection is switched on/off. Doors cannot be unlocked using the lock buttons or the door opener.
  • The welcome lamps, interior lamps and courtesy lamps* are switched on and off.
  • The alarm system*, is armed or disarmed.

Operating from the inside

Via the button for the central locking system.

Via the button for the central locking system. If the vehicle has been locked from inside, the fuel filler flap remains unlocked.

If an accident of a certain severity occurs, the central locking system unlocks automatically.

The hazard warning system and interior lamps come on.

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