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Passive arming can be enabled or disabled by a retailer/authorised repairer.

When passive arming is enabled, the perimetric alarm arms 60 seconds after the last aperture is closed and there is no valid smart key detected within the vehicle.

If the passive arming feature is enabled, it automatically arms the perimetric alarm system 60 seconds after the driver's door is closed. All of the doors, the bonnet and the tailgate must also be closed. The ignition must be switched off and no valid smart key should be left inside the vehicle.

Passive arming does not lock the vehicle, although access to the loadspace, via the interior or exterior release buttons, is prevented. A locking fuel filler flap always locks.