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New Euro 6 Diesel engines have an SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) catalytic converter which uses AdBlue® to limit nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions.
AdBlue® is not a fuel additive; it is a water and urea solution kept in a special tank, which must be refilled periodically when required.
This technology ensures compliance with Diesel emissions requirements without reducing your car's fuel-efficiency, handling, torque and power.
AdBlue® consumption depends on your driving style. The instrument panel will alert you by means of a warning light, a symbol or a message when your car needs an AdBlue® refill.
We advise you to top up with AdBlue® regularly, especially before long journeys.
If the AdBlue® tank is empty, you will be unable to start the engine!
You can fill up yourself following this simple procedure, or contact our Service Network.
Always remember to refer to the full instructions provided in your Owner Handbook
If the AdBlue® level is low, the warning light or symbol illuminates and a message advises you to top up with at least 5 litres of AdBlue®.
The cap is next to the fuel filler cap, but in some models it could be in the engine compartment.
You can fill up using a filling pump, can or bottle. Remember always to fill the tank with at least 5 litres of AdBlue® If AdBlue® spills out of the filler neck, clean the area thoroughly and continue filling; if the liquid crystallises, remove it with a sponge and warm water.
After filling up, with the ignition device in the MAR/RUN/ON position, wait for the warnings on the display to go out before starting the engine. If the reservoir was empty before filling up with AdBlue®, you may need to wait for up to 2 minutes.