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Opel Insignia (2019 year). Manual - part 5

 

 

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Seats, restraints

i - U : suitable for i-Size 'universal' forward and rearward facing child restraint systems

X

: seating position not suitable for i-Size 'universal' child restraint systems

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Pedestrian protection

system

Active bonnet

Pedestrian protection system can

help to reduce the injury of

pedestrians in case of a front

collision.
When the sensors in the front bumper

detect a certain impact within the

speed range of 25 km/h to 50 km/h,

the rear part of the bonnet will be lifted

to reduce pedestrians head injuries.
In addition the front bumper is

designed to reduce leg injuries of

pedestrians.
The active bonnet can be triggered

only once and remains in the raised

position. A message is displayed in

the Driver Information Centre.
Seek the assistance of a workshop as

soon as possible, thereby adapting

the driving style, to have the

actuators, hinges and bonnet

replaced.

9

Warning

Do not drive with the bonnet

raised.

9 Warning

After any frontal accident the front

bumper may appear to be intact,

however, the sensors may be

damaged. Consult a workshop to

verify proper functionality of the

sensors.

The system may not trigger under the

following conditions:

● The impact is out of sensor

range.

● The sensors are damaged or

blocked by accessory parts.

● The bonnet is blocked by snow or

ice.

● The vehicle speed is not within

the range.

● The object is too small.

Manually bonnet lowering

9 Warning

After the system has triggered, the

hinges of the bonnet are hot. Do

not touch.

To manually lower the triggered

bonnet for driving to the next

workshop:

1. Pull the bonnet release lever.
2. Push the safety catch to left

vehicle side.

3. Open the bonnet approx. 20 cm

and lower it slowly without

engaging.

4. Push down bonnet with both

hands at rear corners in small

steps alternating between right

and left side.

9 Warning

Be sure to keep away from the

edge of the bonnet to prevent

injuries.

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Seats, restraints

5. Check that the bonnet is engaged

at the rear.

6. Close bonnet at the front and

check that it is engaged 3 256.

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Storage

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Storage

Storage compartments

9 Warning

Do not store heavy or sharp

objects in the storage

compartments. Otherwise, the

storage compartment lid could

open and vehicle occupants could

be injured by objects being thrown

around in the event of hard

braking, a sudden change in

direction or an accident.

Glovebox

The glovebox should be closed whilst

driving.

Cupholders

Cupholders are located in the centre

console behind a cover. Open the

cover.

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Storage

Additional cupholders are located in

the rear armrest. Fold down armrest.

Front storage

A storage box is located in the centre

console. Push cover to the front.

Sunglasses storage

Fold down and open.
Do not use for storing heavy objects.

Armrest storage

Storage in the front armrest

Push button to fold up the armrest.

Centre console storage

The storage container can be used to

store small items.
Depending on the version, the

storage compartment is located

under a cover.

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Storage

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Press cover at the rear to open.

Load compartment

Depending on the equipment, the

rear seat backrest is divided into two

or three parts. All parts can be folded

down.
Before folding rear seat backrests,

execute the following if necessary:

● Remove the load compartment

cover 3 78.

● Press and hold the catch to push

the head restraints down 3 45.

● Remove the rear head restraints

to have the backrests fully rest on

the seat cushions 3 45.

Load compartment extension

(two-part rear seat backrest)

● Pull the release lever on one or

both outer sides and fold down

the backrests onto the seat

cushion.

● To fold up, raise the backrests

and guide them into an upright

position until they engage

audibly. Make sure that the belts

are positioned correctly and stay

clear of the folding area.

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Storage

The backrests are properly

engaged when the red mark near

the release lever is no longer

visible.

9 Warning

When folding up, ensure that

backrests are securely locked in

position before driving. Failure to

do so may result in personal injury

or damage to the load or vehicle in

the event of hard braking or a

collision.

The seat belt of the centre seat could

be blocked when the backrest is

folded up too quickly. To unlock the

retractor, push in the seat belt or pull

it out by approx. 20 mm then release.

Load compartment extension

(three-part rear seat backrest)

● Fold up the rear armrest.

● Pull the loop and fold down the

backrest of the centre seat.

● Pull the release lever on one or

both outer sides and fold down

the backrests onto the seat

cushion.

9 Warning

Take care when folding down the

right outer seat backrest if the

centre seat backrest is already

folded down. Risk of injury due to

bolt protruding from the inner side

of the backrest.

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● Pull the release lever on one or

both outer sides and fold down

the backrests onto the seat

cushion.

9 Warning

Take care when folding down the

right outer seat backrest if the

centre seat backrest is already

folded down. Risk of injury due to

bolt protruding from the inner side

of the backrest.

● Alternatively fold seat backrests

from the load compartment: pull

switch on left or right sidewall of

the load compartment to fold the

corresponding part of the rear

seat backrest.

9 Warning

Take care when operating the rear

backrests from the load

compartment. The backrest is

folded with considerable force.

Risk of injury, particularly to

children.

Ensure that nothing is attached to

the rear seats or located on the

seat cushion.

● To fold up, raise the backrests

and guide them into an upright

position until they engage

audibly. Make sure that the belts

are positioned correctly and stay

clear of the folding area.

The backrests are properly

engaged when the red mark near

the release lever is no longer

visible.

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Storage

9 Warning

When folding up, ensure that

backrests are securely locked in

position before driving. Failure to

do so may result in personal injury

or damage to the load or vehicle in

the event of hard braking or a

collision.

The seat belt of the centre seat could

be blocked when the backrest is

folded up too quickly. To unlock the

retractor, push in the seat belt or pull

it out by approx. 20 mm then release.

Rear storage

Storage box

A storage box is located in the load

compartment. Remove the cover to

gain access to the storage box.

Load compartment cover

Do not place any objects on the cover.

Grand Sport

Removing cover

Unhook retaining straps from tailgate.

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Storage

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Lift cover at the rear and at the front.
Remove the cover.

Fitting cover

Engage cover in side guides and fold

downwards. Attach the retaining

straps to the tailgate.

Sports Tourer, Country Tourer

Closing roller blind

Pull the roller blind using the handle

towards the rear and upwards until it

engages in the sideward retainers.

Opening roller blind

Pull the roller blind handle to the rear

and downwards. It rolls up

automatically.

Opening roller blind in load position

Press the roller blind handle.
The rear of the roller blind is guided

upwards automatically.

Removing roller blind

Open the roller blind.
Pull the release lever on the right side

up an hold it. Lift the roller blind first

on the right side and remove from

retrainers.

Installing roller blind

Insert the left side of the roller blind in

recess, then pull release lever up.
Hold and insert the right side of the

roller blind in recess and engage.

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Storage

Rear floor storage cover

Grand Sport

The rear floor cover can be removed.

Raise cover at the loop and remove.

Sports Tourer, Country Tourer

The rear floor cover can be removed.

Raise cover at the loop and remove.

Pull the handle and fold the rear part

of the cover forward.

Set up the folded cover upright behind

the rear seat backrests.

Lashing eyes

The lashing eyes are designed to

secure items against slippage, e.g.

using lashing straps or luggage net.

Cargo management system

The cargo rail system is a movable

system to secure items at the the load

compartment floor against slippage.

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Storage

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Mounting carriages in the rail

Insert carriages into the rails at the

load compartment floor. Thereby use

the recess in the rail and press the

button on the carriage while inserting

it.

Using the lashing eyes

Press the button on a carriage and

slide it to the required position. Fold

out the lashing eyes to use them.
Removing

Retract the lashing eyes. Press the

button of a carriage and remove it

from the rail through the recess.

Safety net

The safety net can be installed behind

the rear seats. If the rear seat

backrests are folded the safety net

can be installed behind the front

seats.

Passengers must not be transported

behind the safety net.

Behind the rear seats

Installation

● Insert the cassette into retainers

on left and right side. Note the

signs L (left side) and R (right

side) on the cassette as an

installation hint.
Turn cassette slightly forward

until the arrows face each other,

to lock the cassette.

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Storage

● Pull safety net rod out of

cassette. Suspend and engage

safety net rod into installation

opening on one side of the roof

frame. Compress rod and

suspend and engage at the other

side.

Remove load compartment cover

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Removal

● Remove and compress one side

of safety net rod from installation

opening. Remove other side of

safety net rod from installation

opening.

● Roll up safety net.

● Turn cassette slightly backwards

to unlock and remove from

retainers.

Behind the front seats

Installation

● Suspend and engage safety net

rod into installation opening on

one side of the roof frame.

Compress rod, suspend and

engage at the other side. Pull

safety net rod out of cassette.

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● Attach hooks of safety net

cassette to lashing eyes in the

floor in front of rear seats. To get

access to the lashing eyes, push

hooks in the perforated parts in

the floor cover on both sides.

● Tension both straps by pulling at

the loose end.

● Push down head restraints and

fold down rear seat backrests

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Removal

● Pull the flap at the tightener on

both sides to release the straps.

● Remove and compress one side

of safety net rod from installation

opening. Remove other side of

safety net rod from installation

opening.

● Roll up safety net.
● Detach hooks from the lashing

eyes.

Warning triangle

Grand Sport

Stow the warning triangle in the space

at the rear of the load compartment.

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Storage

Sports Tourer, Country Tourer

Stow the warning triangle on the

tailgate inner panelling and secure it

with the straps.

First aid kit

Grand Sport

Stow the first aid kit on the right side

of the load compartment and secure

it with the strap.

Sports Tourer, Country Tourer

Stow the first aid kit on the tailgate

inner panelling and secure it with the

straps.

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Roof rack system

Roof rack

For safety reasons and to avoid

damage to the roof, the vehicle

approved roof rack system is

recommended. For further

information, contact your workshop.

Mounting roof rack

Grand Sport

Open all doors.
Mounting points are located in each

door frame of the vehicle body.

Fasten the roof rack according to the

installation instructions delivered with

the roof rack.
Remove the roof rack when not in

use.

Sports Tourer, Country Tourer

Mounting points are located in each

roof railing.
Fasten the roof rack on the first two

mounting points according to the

installation instructions delivered with

the roof rack.
Remove the roof rack when not in

use.

Loading information

● Heavy objects in the load

compartment should be placed

against the seat backrests. Make

sure that the backrests are

securely engaged, i.e. no longer

showing the red markings on the

side near the release lever. If

objects can be stacked, heavier

objects should be placed at the

bottom.

● Prevent sliding of loose objects

by securing them with straps

attached to the lashing eyes

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