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A thermal cut-out temporarily disables the power-fold feature if the buttons are operated repeatedly.


The door mirror heaters operate automatically, according to the external temperature and the heated rear screen operation.


An amount of knock protection is designed into the door mirrors. If a mirror is accidentally knocked inwards or manually folded inwards, the mirror head is disengaged from the folding mechanism. To re-engage the mechanism, fold, and then unfold the mirror using the button.

  1. Left mirror adjustment.

  2. Right mirror adjustment.

  3. Power-fold: Press both buttons simultaneously to fold or unfold the mirrors. The power-fold feature operates only if the vehicle's speed is below 110 km/h (70 mph).

The door mirrors can be controlled for up to 5 minutes after the ignition is switched off, provided the driver’s door is not opened.

Press the appropriate button to select the mirror to be adjusted. The button's LED indicator lamp illuminates to confirm which side is active. Use the mirror adjustment control to adjust the mirror's glass.


Depending on the type of lens used, distances may be difficult to judge accurately when only using the mirrors.

For some vehicles, dependent on the specification of the vehicle, the door mirrors can be configured to fold when the vehicle is locked, and unfold when unlocked or when both of the mirror buttons are pressed as shown in 3. The folding and unfolding feature can be enabled or disabled by a retailer/authorised repairer.

If the mirrors are accidentally knocked out of position, e.g., so only one is folded, press both buttons simultaneously to re-synchronise.


If the mirrors are folded in before the vehicle is locked, the mirrors do not unfold when the vehicle is unlocked. This is to protect the mirrors from clashing with any objects close to the vehicle when the automatic unfold occurs. To unfold the mirrors, press both mirror buttons as shown in 3.


Up to three different door mirror positions can be stored and recalled using the seat position memory feature. See DRIVING POSITION MEMORY.