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					First Drive Embargo 1 July 2006

                      2006 HONDA LEGEND

the qualities

 Precision handling through intelligent all-wheel drive system
 Innovative safety technology with collision prediction equipment,
  Lane Keep Assist (LKAS), Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) and Pop-up
 V6 VTEC engine
 In-cabin noise suppression
 Active Front lighting System
 Luxurious interior trim level
 Elegant, yet aggressive body styling
 The expected Honda engineering excellence

the essentials

Legend 3.5i V6 EX
 Price: From £36-£40K (est)
 Top speed: 155mph
 0-62mph: 7.3secs
 Combined mpg: 23.7 (24.6 with ADAS/CMBS)
 CO2 emissions: 282g/km (273 with ADAS/CMBS)
 Engine: 3471cc SOHC VTEC, V6 petrol
 Transmission: 5-speed automatic with Sequential SportShift and
  Super Handling All Wheel Drive (SH-AWD)
 Power: 295PS at 6,200rpm
 Torque: 351Nm at 5,000rpm
 Insurance rating: 16E (est.)
 Basic warranty: Three years/90,000 miles
the philosophy

The launch of the 2006 Legend prompts a few key questions. One of
the most pertinent of these is: why is a large-market manufacturer
like Honda tackling the competitive prestige arena?

Well, consider it, if you will, as part of the bigger Honda picture.
Legend is the next – and perhaps most important – stage of Honda’s
rise up the class ladder.

The Accord has already made a significant dent in the German
dominated Upper-medium D-sector. It offers not just supreme build
quality with superior advanced technology to the class-leaders, it
also has a distinct personality – reflected in the now infamous
‘Cog’ advertising. At Honda, we call this ‘warm engineering’. It
proves a stark contrast to the cold, impersonal approach of the
Teutonic car makers.

The launch of the 5-door Civic at the end of 2005 continued Honda’s
push into a more prestigious market – maintaining high standards of
quality and low running costs, while coupling cutting-edge looks
with a sporty, exciting drive.

Now comes the really brave bit: another foray into the unforgiving
E-sector with the Legend. And while the new executive saloon offers
comfort, quality, trim and specifications to match even the
strongest competitors – Legend also gives much more, in the shape of
unique and class-leading handling performance and innovative safety
features. It offers the expected, and the unexpected.

As such, this car epitomises Honda’s position in the car market. It
delivers remarkable quality, an involving drive, contemporary
styling, cutting-edge technology and the highest possible levels of
safety. It does all this while maintaining a distinct personality.
So, perhaps for the first time, the 2006 Legend will live up to its
moniker. Certainly, it can now offer a definite – and very different
– challenge to the opposition.


Vigorous torque and a unique all-wheel
drive system that cements car to road

Super Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD)
Press packs from car manufacturers are often filled with hackneyed
phrases and claims you've heard a thousand times. Too often the car
doesn't deliver the promise. But with the new Legend there's one
cliche we're confident the car lives up to: This car corners like
it's on rails.

SH-AWD is Honda’s incredible new active torque distribution system
that gives the Legend the cornering prowess of a sports car, while
maintaining enviable levels of ride comfort. As well as varying
torque distribution between front and rear wheels for optimum grip,
SH-AWD also shares the torque between the left and right rear wheels
to accelerate the outer wheel and thus provide virtually neutral
handling through bends.

The innovative transmission technology is the brainchild of Honda’s
Senior Chief Engineer Yasuji Shibahata, who was also responsible for
the Active Torque Transfer System on the Prelude in the 1990s.

While some AWD systems can distribute torque between front and rear
using a centre differential, or between left and right rear wheels
using a rear differential, Shibahata’s
SH-AWD simultaneously controls torque from front to back and
regulates lateral torque to the rear wheels – a world’s first.

During straight line cruising and mild cornering, the system
delivers up to 70 per cent of the available torque to the front
wheels, and 30 to the back. But during heavy throttle use or more
energetic driving, up to 70 per cent of torque is directed to the
rear wheels for increased acceleration and enhanced cornering

At the heart of the system is a clever Rear Drive Unit, which uses
twin, direct electromagnetic clutches to distribute torque across
the rear wheels. Firstly, the Legend’s ECU calculates where the
torque should go for optimum performance, based on input from engine
speed, wheel speed, steering angle and lateral G sensors.

The feed of torque is then controlled by the Rear Drive Unit, which
varies the magnetic forces to either clutch, pushing the available
torque to one side or the other. Remember, up to 70 per cent of the
available torque from the V6 engine can be fed to the outer rear
wheel, significantly improving stability and reducing the effects of
understeer. Conversely, if the Legend is decelerating during
cornering, which might normally upset the balance of the car, the
torque distribution is adjusted accordingly to help keep the car

Because the outer rear wheel follows a path that’s wider than the
average path of the front wheels, the Rear Drive Unit also includes
an acceleration device, that ‘overdrives’ the rear wheel by up to
five per cent. This means the extra torque given to that wheel can
be transmitted efficiently to the road.

The result of all this intelligent technology is dramatically-
enhanced steering feel, amazing stability and exceptional cornering
performance in advance of anything else in the E-sector.
For more detailed information on SH-AWD, please refer to the
demonstration movie included on the press pack resource CD, or
available to download at: www.hondauk-media.co.uk

Providing more power than any other Legend engine to date, a mighty
24-valve, 3.5-litre VTEC lives under the bonnet, pushing out a peak
of 295PS at the flywheel – more than any other V6-powered car in its

The all-important torque figures are just as impressive: at 5,000rpm
there’s a useful 351Nm of torque on hand.

The engine itself is fairly compact, and has been designed to be as
lightweight as possible in an attempt to significantly improve the
overall power-to-weight ratio of the car. As such, the all-aluminium
block sports a slimline magnesium cylinder head cover, and a two-
piece aluminium die-cast intake manifold. Honda engineers also
concentrated on making the engine as frugal as possible, using low-
friction materials where possible, and employing drive-by-wire
throttle control. These features help the Legend record a combined
mpg figure of 23.7. Carbon emissions are also impressive for a V6
engine (282g/km), helped by a dual, close-coupled, under-floor CAT
exhaust system.

The Legend’s VTEC V6 is mated to a similarly lightweight 5-speed
automatic gearbox, which was designed for high-speed driving, and
built with high quality and a clean, short shift feel.

It features Honda’s Sequential SportShift, which means the driver
can switch from traditional fully automatic mode, to ‘manually’
selecting gears using the shift lever in the centre console.
Alternatively, the sports paddles behind the steering wheel can be
used to change cogs.

Honda’s chassis engineers have developed a new suspension system for
the Legend that is specifically designed to work alongside the SH-
AWD transmission technology. And the very presence of SH-AWD and the
handling benefits it brings, have allowed the chassis experts to
design a particularly compliant and comfortable ride.

The entire system is constructed from lightweight materials such as
aluminium and comprises a double wishbone set-up at the front, with
a multi-link design at the rear.

Huge, ventilated disc brakes with 4-piston callipers provide optimum
stopping power for the large saloon at both front and rear, and
these are assisted by the expected electronic aids in the form of
ABS, EBD and Brake Assist.

Like the majority of new Honda cars, the Legend is fitted with
Vehicle Stability Assist, which combines control of the brakes,
engine speed and traction control to help keep the car balanced and
stable during cornering and in critical conditions.


Luxurious materials surround innovative technology

While the Legend’s chassis dynamics and transmission technology help
the car negotiate twisting B-roads at speed, inside the cabin
remains a haven of serenity thanks to supreme levels of comfort and
a host of advanced technology.

Central to the interior design is the wrap-around style dashboard,
with all key instruments and gauges placed within the driver’s
immediate view. Stretching across the dash is a wood-effect panel to
enhance the overall appearance, while in the centre sits the smart
three-zone console, housing controls for adjusting climate, audio
and satellite navigation.

The advanced climate control system is both vertically and
horizontally independent for precise temperature control. It’s also
sensitive to sunlight, using optical sensors to determine the sun’s
position, and auto adjusting the interior climate accordingly.

The Legend’s state-of-the-art audio equipment features a 10-speaker
system developed by BOSE, which delivers extraordinary surround
sound resolution to all seating positions.

It also features cutting-edge AudioPilot technology, or ‘in-cabin
noise suppression’, which ‘cancels’ road, wind and other intrusive
noise by sending out an opposite phase signal through the speaker
system. This clearly helps to create a more relaxed, calming
atmosphere behind the wheel with significantly reduced ‘boom’. It’s
similar technology to that used in RAF fighter jets to cancel out
exterior and engine noise.

Also fitted as standard is the voice activated satellite navigation
system, installed with over 500 voice commands, an 8-inch display,
comprehensive destination guide and 3D graphics. Flick the steering-
wheel mounted switch and issue a command or destination and the Sat
Nav will calculate the quickest route. Want to find a restaurant in
the local area? Ask the system and it will give you a list of
options, before showing you the best way to your choice.
The 8-inch Navi screen is also used in conjunction with a reversing
camera, mounted under the numberplate surround. This automatically
activates when the car is shifted into reverse gear.
Directly behind the steering wheel are the usual instrument panels
showing speed, revs and warning lamps. In addition, there’s a multi-
function screen that shows fuel economy, range, lapsed time, average
speed and a monitor for the rear seatbelts. The dash display also
features a useful torque indicator graphic that monitors torque
distribution from front to back and across the rear wheels. Mild
warning: observing torque travel to all four wheels is seriously

As well as the host of technological features, the interior of the
Legend offers sumptuous comfort levels, with only the highest grade
materials employed to create trim and finish.

The 8-way electrically-adjusted seats are covered with high-quality,
hand-stitched, soft-touch leather. Both driver and passenger seats
are heated as standard.

All three rear seats are fitted with head restraints, which for
rearward visibility can be lowered automatically by the driver using
a button within the centre console.

A rear sunblind is also available at the flick of a switch, and
there are manual side blinds at the rear. Each blind provides
shelter from sunlight and heat penetration, but still allows good

Advanced passive and active technology to protect car and driver

High performance should always be coupled with high safety levels,
and the Legend includes a host of innovative safety technology
features to protect car, driver, passengers and pedestrians.

Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS)
Honda’s new CMBS technology can actually predict collisions, to
reduce both the impact on occupants, and damage to the car.

Research shows that one of the most common causes of car accidents
is the delay between a driver acknowledging an oncoming accident and
taking evasive action. As a result, Honda has concentrated on pre-
crash developments like CMBS, which aims to improve the car’s
response to critical situations. It is particularly effective in
avoiding or minimising ‘rear-end’ shunt incidents.

The system is made up of three main parts: a millimetre-wave radar
sensor in the front grille of the car, a brake actuator and a
motorised seatbelt tensioner.   If the radar sensor recognises a
collision is imminent, CMBS reacts in the following way:

1) The driver is given an audio warning, and a visual ‘Brake’
 warning on the dash display.
2) If no action is taken, the audio/visual alarm is given again, an
 E-tensioner lightly tugs at the seatbelt as a further warning, and
 light braking is applied automatically.
3) If still no action is taken and the system decides a collision is
 unavoidable, strong braking is applied with strong seatbelt

It is important to note that the system will not bring the Legend to
a total stop. It is a driving aid to help the driver to avoid an
accident, or lessen the impact of a crash. As with all Honda driving
aids, the driver remains in control at all times.

For more detailed information on CMBS, please refer to the
demonstration movie included on the press pack resource CD, or
available to download at: www.hondauk-media.co.uk

Advanced Driver Assist System (ADAS)
Also available on the Legend is Honda’s Advanced Driver Assist
System (ADAS), which debuted on the Accord in early 2006.

ADAS comprises a Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) and Adaptive
Cruise Control (ACC) technology. These state-of-the-art driving aids
both improve safety levels and reduce driver fatigue.

LKAS – Lane Keeping Assist System
LKAS recognises the lane the vehicle is travelling in using the
images from a camera mounted inside the upper front windscreen and
applies the appropriate input to the EPS (Electric Power Steering)
to help keep the car in its lane, thereby reducing the burden of
motorway (or similar road) driving and enhancing driver comfort and
safety. It then calculates the optimum steering torque – a
combination of human input (minimum 20 per cent) and the assisted
steering torque (maximum 80 per cent) – to keep the vehicle in the
centre of the lane. A continuous beep sound will be emitted when the
vehicle is about to cross the lane marking.
The Lane Keeping Assist System operates when the following
conditions are fulfilled:

1. On roads with left and right lane boundary markings (where
 markings are clear and visible)
2. On motorways or roads that are equivalent to motorways (excluding
 sharp curves/bends)
3. At vehicle speeds between 45 and 112mph
4. Driver has to keep contact with the steering wheel — if the
 system fails to recognise driver’s inputs on the steering, it
 switches itself off automatically
5. Side indicators are not activated
6. Steering torque generated by the driver does not indicate
 imminent lane change manoeuvre
7. Only operates on bends that have a more than 200 metre radius,
 any tighter than this and too much steering torque is required
 from the LKAS system

ACC – Adaptive Cruise Control
Adaptive Cruise Control uses information from a millimetre-wave
radar (mounted inside the front grille) to measure the distance to
the vehicle ahead, while vehicle speed and yaw rate sensors detect
the vehicle’s driving parameters.
In addition to maintaining a set speed, as with conventional cruise
control, ACC is also able to automatically regulate both the vehicle
speed and its distance to the vehicle ahead travelling in the same
lane, thereby reducing the burden of motorway (or similar road)
driving and enhancing driver comfort and safety.

The millimetre-wave radar recognises the presence and the speed of
the vehicle ahead, thus calculating the distance separating the two.
The analysis of the impulses from the radar and their frequency
variation makes it possible to calculate the exact distance and the
relative speed between the vehicles. When this distance is reduced
to below a predetermined value, the system instantly decelerates the
vehicle through throttle control and, if necessary, by application
of the brakes. In instances where quicker deceleration is required —
such as being cut-off by another vehicle or sudden braking by the
vehicle in front — the system will alert the driver with a warning
light and a buzzer to prompt the driver to apply the brakes. If the
vehicle ahead changes lane or the distance increases again, then the
system increases the vehicle speed to the predetermined value.

ACC only operates if all the following conditions are completely

1. The vehicle speed is set between 20-112mph
2. The gearbox position is in D, D3 or M main switch is activated

Pop-up Bonnet System
The European Legend debuts Honda’s Pedestrian Protection Pop-up
Bonnet System, which aims to increase safety for those outside the

If the car is involved in an accident with a pedestrian, an
accelerometer in the front bumper, and a wheel speed sensor both
feed information to the engine’s ECU which then triggers a
pyrotechnic actuator under the bonnet. A plunger then lifts the
bonnet by 100mm which creates clearance between the metalwork and
the unyielding engine bay, to help reduce pedestrian head injuries.

Honda estimates that the Pop-up Bonnet System could reduce
pedestrian casualties by around 10 per cent, with the number of
seriously injured cut by around 5 per cent. These numbers may not
seem dramatic, but they are far more significant when considered in
the context of the almost 1000 pedestrian and cyclist fatalities
each year in Britain.

Active Front lighting System (AFS)
Every Legend comes with the new AFS headlight system, which has been
designed to give increased illumination and visibility at night.
When cornering, the headlights swivel by up to 20 degrees according
to input from the steering and the car’s speed sensors. This
movement can illuminate a larger area of road surface throughout a
bend, minimising blind spots and giving improved awareness of the
road and surroundings.

Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE)
The Legend uses an innovative front end body structure called
Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE). This is designed to
enhance passenger safety. ACE helps to disperse collision forces
over a larger frontal area, as well as prevent misalignment with
another vehicle’s safety structures, thus helping to reduce damage
in that vehicle.

Cabin safety
The new Legend’s cabin is among the safest in its class. Not only
does it have effective front and rear crumple zones, but it features
side impact door beams and cross members under the floor in high
tensile steel.

Intelligent airbags
Legend is also equipped with front, front side and side curtain
airbags. The front airbags are dual-stage and dual-threshold. This
means they deploy at two rates and thresholds, depending on the
severity of the impact and seatbelt use. The front side airbag
system on the passenger side also features Occupant Position
Detection System (OPDS), which prevents deployment of the airbag if
a child or smaller passenger is out of position and in the airbag's

A sleek and elegant body over a rigid frame

It may be technically superior in its category, but to really
compete with the big boys, the Legend had to look good.

Fortunately, Honda’s body stylists have delivered. The car combines
sensual, flowing lines with sharp-edged aggression over a short,
wide chassis that helps optimise road holding and handling.

The styling features a steeply-sloping bonnet, with a bold, raised
section leading down to the front bumper and its distinctive lower
air intake openings. The headlights are of a large, angular design
with the Honda signature five-sided grille in a chrome finish
slotted between them.

A sleek cockpit, a rising beltline and a short rear deck accentuate
the Legend’s dynamic, wedge-like shape to reflect the high-speed,
sporting ability of the car.

But as well as looking the part, the designers concentrated on
making the Legend body as smooth and aerodynamic as possible. Glass
in the side windows is ‘3D’, in that it fits flush with the outer
trim, including the B-pillar. The body also sports a boot-lip
spoiler and a variety of under-floor covers that improve air-flow
around the car.

Under the surface, the body structure of the Legend also plays a
role in the overall performance of the car. Firstly, weight was of
primary concern – to maximise the power-to-weight ratio. Therefore
the choice of materials had to be lightweight, but also high-
rigidity to ensure the chassis remained stiff. As a result, the
larger body members are made from high-tensile steel, while the
bumper beams, subframes, bonnet and boot are all aluminium parts to
save vital kilograms.

Despite the low weight of the entire body, it’s 33 per cent stiffer
than the previous Legend. This combination of light weight and
torsional rigidity contributes to the superior handling and agility
of the car.

Meanwhile, the Legend’s outer skin is as special as the interior – a
new ultra high-gloss paint is used on the body to produce a premium
finish. This is achieved by water polishing the intermediate coats
before applying the thicker clear coats to create a deep, layered

                           3.5i VTEC V6 EX       3.5i VTEC V6 EX with
                                                     ADAS & CMBS
Engine                    3.5 SOHC VTEC             3.5 SOHC VTEC
Cylinders                        V6                        V6
Valvetrain             Variable valve Timing and Lift Electronic
                      control (VTEC) with 4 valves per cylinder,
                              belt-driven overhead camshaft
Bore x stroke (mm)           89 x 93                   89 x 93
Capacity (cc)                  3471                      3471
Compression ratio             11.0:1                    11.0:1
Max power PS                    295                       295
@ rpm                          6200                      6200
Max torque Nm                   351                       351
@ rpm                          5000                      5000
Fuel system              Honda PGM-FI electronic fuel injection
Fuel rating              Unleaded 95 Ron           Unleaded 95 Ron
Construction            Aluminium alloy block and head with cast
                                       iron cylinders
Layout                 Transversely mounted, Super Handling All-
                                    Wheel Drive (SH-AWD)
Transmission                5-speed automatic with Sequential
                      SportShift, paddle shifters and Grade Logic
Gear ratios
1st                            2.520                  2.520
2nd                            1.572                  1.572
3rd                            1.071                  1.071
4th                            0.729                  0.729
5th                            0.604                  0.604
Reverse                         1.888                  1.888
Final                           4.375                  4.375
Front                      Independent double-wishbone with coil
                             springs, gas shock absorbers with
                        progressive valve technology and anti-roll
                                      bar (29.5mm dia)
Rear                     Independent multi-link with coil springs,
                        gas shock absorbers with progressive valve
                          technology and anti-roll bar (20mm dia)
Gear type                  Variable power assisted rack and pinion
Turns lock to lock               3.04                   3.04
Steering ratio                  16.1:1                 16.1:1
Turning circle
At wheel (m)                    11.6                    11.6
At body (m)                     12.2                    12.2


                           3.5i VTEC V6 EX      3.5i VTEC V6 EX with
                                                    ADAS & CMBS
Front                      Ventilated disc        Ventilated disc
                               (320mm)                (320mm)
Rear                        Disc (310mm)           Disc (310mm)
Wheels and Tyres
Wheels                     17 x 8 JJ Alloy        17 x 8 JJ Alloy
Tyres                      235/50 R17 100W        235/50 R17 100W
Spare wheel                  Space saver            Space saver
Dimensions, Weights,
Overall length (mm)             4957                    4957
Overall width (mm)              1847                    1847
Overall height (mm)             1452                    1452
Wheelbase (mm)                  2800                    2800
Front track (mm)                1575                    1575
Rear track (mm)                 1583                    1583
Ground clearance (mm)            145                     145
Luggage space VDA                452                     452
Kerb weight (kg)                1864                    1878
Max. permissible                2310                    2310
weight (kg)
Towing weight (kg)              1600                    1600
Unbraked                        750                     750
Fuel tank (litres)               73                      73
Max trailer nose                 75                      75
weight (kg)
Maximum roof load                55                      55
Maximum speed (mph)              155                     155
Acceleration (0-              7.3 secs                7.3 secs
Fuel Consumption
Urban (mpg)                     16.6                    17.1
Extra urban (mpg)               31.7                    32.8
Combined (mpg)                  23.7                    24.6
CO2 emissions (g/km)             282                     273

                                         3.5i VTEC V6  3.5i VTEC V6 EX
                                              EX      with ADAS & CMBS
Instruments and Controls
Super Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-
                                                              
Collision Mitigation Braking System
                                              -                
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)                 -                
Lane Keep Assist System (LKAS)                -                
Multi-function driver computer                                
Cruise control                                                
Low washer level indicator                                    
Oil level sensor                                              
Power boot release                                            
Power fuel filler release                                     
Dashboard illumination – blue                                 
Digital odometer (A/B trip)                                   
Audible headlight on reminder                                 
Illuminated ignition switch                                   
Internally adjustable headlight
                                                          
Front interior welcome light                              
External temperature gauge (built
                                                          
into odometer)
Digital clock                                             
Front map lights                                          
Rear interior welcome light                               
Adjustable dashboard illumination                         
Low fuel warning light                                    
Power door unlock (crash sensor)                          
Active head restraints                                    
Side impact protection beams                              
Foot parking brake                                        
Dual front SRS airbags                                    
Dual side SRS airbags                                     
Dual curtain SRS airbags – front and
                                                          
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)                            
Electronic Brake-force Distribution
                                                          
Emergency Brake Assist                                    
High level rear brake light                               
Electric front seatbelt pre-
                                            -              
Height adjustable front seatbelts                         
5 x 3 point seatbelts                                     
ISOFIX childseat restraint mechanism                      
Headlight washers                                         
Dual tone horn                                            
Front ventilated disc brakes                              

                                       3.5i VTEC V6  3.5i VTEC V6 EX
                                            EX      with ADAS & CMBS
Safety contd…                                              
Rear disc brakes                                          
Honda advanced pedestrian safety
                                                          
system – with active Pop-up Bonnet
Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA)                            
Drive-By-Wire (DBW)                                       
Interior & perimeter alarm system
                                                          
Rolling code ECU engine immobiliser                       
Honda Superlocks (deadlocks)                              
Externally visible Vehicle
                                                          
Identification Number (VIN)
Remote keyless entry                                      
Central locking                                           
High security integrated audio                            
Lockable glovebox                                         
Locking wheel nuts                                        
Active front lighting system (AFS)                        
HID headlights                                            
Automatic headlights with dusk
                                                          
Front foglights                                           
Rearview camera                                           
Power folding and retractable door
                                                          
Body coloured door mirrors                                
Electric adjustable and heated door
                                                          
Mirror integrated indicators                              
Body coloured bumpers                                     
Glass electric tilt or slide privacy
                                                          
sunroof with sunshade
Twin chrome exhaust                                       
Rear screen integrated aerial                             
Heat absorbing tinted windows                             
Blue half shade windscreen                                
Comfort and Convenience
Auto dimming door mirrors                                 
Auto dimming rear view mirror                             
Reverse auto tilt down mirrors                            
Driver vanity mirror illuminated
                                                          
with lid
Passenger vanity mirror illuminated
                                                          
with lid
Leather multi-function steering
                                                          
Electric power-assisted steering                          

                                       3.5i VTEC V6  3.5i VTEC V6 EX
                                            EX      with ADAS & CMBS
Comfort and Convenience contd…                             
Powered tilt and telescopic steering
                                                          
wheel adjustment
Paddle shift gear selector                         
Blue ambient footwell lighting                     
Rear electric sunshade                             
Rear side sunshade                                 
Cabin filter                                       
Organ accelerator pedal                            
Rain sensing windscreen wipers                     
Ashtray – front and rear                           
Tie down hooks in boot                             
Boot light                                         
Front power socket                                 
Dual zone climate control
                                                   
(left:right independent)
Driver’s foot rest                                 
Sunglasses storage box                             
Rear cupholders                                    
Driver & passenger seatback pocket                 
Front & rear electric windows                      
Front corner and rear parking
                                                   
8 way power-assisted driver and
                                                   
passenger seats
Centre console leather armrest                     
Rear seat – boot access                            
Rear seat headrests x 3 with remote
                                                   
fold down
Rear seat central armrest                          
Driver/passenger seat lumbar support               
Memory driver/passenger electric
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Leather upholstery                                 
Front seat three stage heating
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In Car Entertainment (ICE)
Premium 6 CD tuner with RDS                        
Front speakers                                     
Rear speakers                                      
Parcel shelf speakers                              
Tweeters                                           
Speed adjusting audio volume                       
Bluetooth® Hands Free Telephone
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System (HFT)
Voice recognition DVD satellite
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 standard      optional   -   not available

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