Speedometer colour

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Boomba
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Post by Boomba »

Just collected our new Grandland Ultimate soft hybrid
A couple of questions so far one of which I think is resolved.
1 we had a new Mokka before and on leaving the vehicle it would self lock, just like a lot of other cars do. However it seems that the Grandland does not do this?

2. What is the significance of the speedometer changing colour whilst driving from white to blue?

Compared to the Mokka there seems to be a some missing functions.
No usb in the rear, no massage seat, and I’m guessing I’ll find other things
2004 Grandland Soft Hybrid 1.2 Turbo Auto (Black)

jw021979
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Post by jw021979 »

1. Yes that is normal. It will not automaticaaly lock itself. The only time it would do this is if you unlock the car and dont open any of doors it will relock itself after 30 seconds.
2. Sorry cant help with that as my 2020 Hybrid4 doesnt do that.
They have cheaped out with things like the rear USB (my 2020 has it).
Boomba
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Post by Boomba »

Thank you JW
There’s not a mention in the online manual with regards to the speedo colours. I’m guessing it’s a eco thing but you’d think they’ would noted it. Saying that I’m not sure it’s the correct manual can’t find one for the new soft hybrid
2004 Grandland Soft Hybrid 1.2 Turbo Auto (Black)
spikey
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Post by spikey »

The speedo is blue when the vehicle is running in electric mode, returns to white when it’s in petrol mode.
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