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When the vehicle is delivered, tire pressures will be set to those displayed on the tire pressure label. See TIRE PRESSURE LABEL.

If the tire pressures are adjusted to the Light (comfort) load setting, the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) should be adjusted to suit the vehicle's load and associated recommended tire pressures.

The sensitivity of the TPMS can be adjusted between Normal load and Light (comfort) load, via the instrument panel menus: Vehicle Info, Tire Information and TPM Load Setting. See INSTRUMENT PANEL MENU.


The vehicle's electrical system must be enabled. The vehicle's electric motor must not be enabled.

Every time the vehicle’s electrical system is enabled, the instrument panel displays a TPMS message, indicating which load setting is being monitored.


The TPMS setting must correspond with the vehicle's current load.

The Normal load setting should be used for heavier vehicle loading conditions up to the Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW), e.g., more than three occupants.

The Light (comfort) load setting may only be used during use of the vehicle under light loading conditions, e.g., up to three occupants.


Make sure that the tire pressures are correct for the vehicle's current load. See TIRE PRESSURES.

The instrument panel menus Vehicle Info and Tire Pressures can be used to check the vehicle's current tire pressures.