Mercedes-Benz smart crossblade Operating Instructions Manual

Operating Instructions Manual for Mercedes-Benz smart crossblade Automobile (25 pages)

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904/904567-smart_crossblade.pdf file (19 Jun 2024)
  • Manufacturer: Mercedes-Benz
  • Category of Device: Automobile
  • Document: smart crossblade, File Type: PDF Operating Instructions Manual
  • Updated: 19-06-2024
  • Count of Pages: 25
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  • smart crossblade operating instructions

    (Supplementary operating instructions)

  • Footloose and fancy free >>

    Be it the sun, blue sky or the desire to break out of the daily grind, the most uncompromising smart ever built provides pure open air

    enjoyment with no roof, no doors, and no windscreen.

    These quick reference operating instructions show you all that the crossblade can do. They contain important tips on how to best

    operate the vehicle and show you what you can do to keep potential risks down to an absolute minimum for yourself and others. Keep

    in mind that this handy guide in no way acts as a substitute for the main smart operating instructions. This is especially true for warning

    signs.

    Once you have familiarised yourself with the instructions and the vehicle, a maximum of driving pleasure awaits you!

    Danger!

    We want to protect you and your

    passenger.

    For this r eason, it is essential to

    read the sections marked with

    this symbol.

    Environment!

    We want to safeguard our

    environment.

    For this reason, it is essential to

    read the sections marked with

    this symbol.

    >Equipment: The installed

    equipment specification

    description is the valid one for

    your crossblade.

    Use original smart accessories

    and spare parts only.

    >Resale: Should you sell your

    smart please be sure to pass on

    these operating instructions.

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    Opening and closing the crossblade

    How to open and close the crossblade

    The driver and passenger side door bars

    are opened and closed manually.

    To open the door bar:

    쮿 Pull the release lever on the underside

    of the door bar.

    > The door bar swings upward.

    To close the door bar:

    쮿 Push the door bar downwards and latch

    it into the lock.

    > The door bar must audibly latch with a

    ”double click”.

    >Note!

    If the door bar is not properly locked, a

    warning sound is triggered when you start

    off.

    Danger of injury!

    Do not hold onto the door bars when

    entering and exiting the vehicle. This

    can lead to injuries.

    >Important!

    - Please grease the door bar locks at

    regular intervals to ensure proper

    operation.

    - Note that the door bar grease can

    smudge objects that rub up against it.

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    Adjusting the mirrors

    Adjusting the mirrors

    Ensure that the outside mirrors are

    correctly set every time before you start

    driving. Only then can the driver be sure

    that the view to the rear is unobstructed.

    >Note!

    The adjustment lever is found on the

    underside of the door bar.

    How to adjust the outside mirrors

    쮿 Adjust the outside mirrors by turning

    lever (A).

    Danger of accident!

    The mirror curvature causes the

    field of vision to be distorted. Vehicles in

    the rear view mirror may appear to be

    smaller and further away than they really

    are.

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    Centre console and cockpit

    A Heater

    B Hazard warning lights

    C Blower

    D Cigarette lighter

    ECup holder

    F Loudspeakers (sound package)

    How to use the hazard warning lights

    쮿 To switch on the hazard warning lights,

    press the red switch (B).

    >This causes:

    - all six turn signal lights to start

    flashing,

    - the turn signal indicator light (when

    the ignition is switched on)

    - the hazard warning light switch also

    to flash.

    쮿 To switch the hazard warning lights off

    press the red switch again. How to switch the blower on

    You can set the blower to four different

    levels by turning the control knob.

    쮿 Position A

    > Maximum setting

    쮿 Position B

    > Middle setting

    쮿 Position C

    >Slow setting

    쮿 Position D

    >Blower off

    A

    B

    C

    D

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    Driving

    >Important driving notes!

    쮿 Drain openings are found in the driver

    and passenger seats as well as in the

    floor pan so that rain will not collect

    on the seat surfaces or in the footwell.

    쮿 Ensure that the drain holes are clean

    and not covered up. Only then can

    rainwater freely flow out of the

    vehicle.

    쮿 Never drive with the wind deflector

    open; see page 7.

    쮿 Please put all loose objects away in the

    provided stowage compartments prior

    to driving. The airstream created in the

    cabin when driving can especially blow

    out paper and other lightweight

    objects.

    쮿 For your safety, wear a suitable pair of

    protective glasses when driving. A

    helmet with a visor will protect your

    head from airborne rocks and similar.

    Danger of accident!

    The crossblade and its safety

    systems are intended for use on

    surfaced roads only. Driving the

    crossblade over any other type of terrain

    introduces an increased accident hazard.

    In order to avoid this risk, ensure that you

    only drive on surfaced roads.

    Danger of accident!

    Water and dirt in the driver footwell

    can lead to the floor mats sliding

    and getting caught in between the

    pedals. This could lead to an accident.

    Therefore, remove any water and dirt

    that may have accumulated (especially on

    the seats and in the footwell) each time

    before you start driving. Ensure that the

    pedals have a free range of motion (i.e.

    nothing is blocking them) and that the

    floor mats cannot slide.

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    Driving

    Driving in the rain

    쮿 The crossblade is not designed to be

    driven in the rain for extended

    periods of time.

    쮿 If you happen to be driving when it is

    raining, protect the driver-side

    airbag in the steering wheel and the

    controls in the centre console by

    fitting both covers. Also do this when

    parking in the rain.

    > You will find both covers in the

    drawer in the centre console.

    After driving in the rain

    - Park the crossblade in a dry and well-

    ventilated garage.

    - Also be sure to dry off the covers and

    the tarpaulin; see page 9.

    >Notes on child restraint systems!

    - The child restraint systems are only

    intended to be used when it is not

    raining.

    - When using the child restraint system,

    pay attention to the airbag indicator

    lamp.

    Danger of injury!

    Always protect the driver-side

    airbag with the provided cover when

    the vehicle is exposed to the rain. This will

    ensure that the airbag retains its

    functionality.

    Danger of injury!

    For your own safety, wear a

    suitable pair of protective glasses or a

    helmet with a visor when driving.

    Dust, rocks and other airborne objects

    could be thrown into your face,

    distracting and injuring you. This could

    ultimately lead to a car accident.

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    Loading

    Opening the tailgate

    After opening the crossblade with the

    radio remote control, you can unlock the

    tailgate in the door handle recess (A).

    The tailgate can also be opened

    mechanically from the outside.

    >Important!

    Do not place any objects behind the seats

    on

    the luggage compartment.

    What you are permitted to load

    쮿 Luggage compartment volume:

    >122l

    쮿 Gross weight limit:

    >250kg

    쮿 Luggage compartment load weight:

    >max. 50kg

    Reducing the load

    - Optional extras and accessories

    increase the curb weight; this results in

    a payload reduction.

    > Please study the operating

    instructions for each individual

    accessory part!

    Danger of injury!

    Objects on the passenger seat

    should always be secured in such a way

    that they will not distract the driver

    during the journey.

    Environment!

    Unnecessary ballast increases

    gross vehicle weight and increases fuel

    consumption.

    Danger of injury!

    Loaded objects must always be

    properly tied down. In the event of a

    sudden full application of the brakes or in

    an accident they could penetrate into the

    passenger compartment.

    Danger of accident!

    Pulling a trailer with the smart

    poses increased danger of an accident

    and can reduce the longevity of the

    vehicle, which is why the manufacturer

    does not approve the smart for towing a

    trailer. Never use your smart to tow a

    trailer.

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    Wind deflector

    Opening the wind deflector

    Using both openings under the wind

    deflector, you can check the filling

    capacities of

    - the coolant (A),

    - the brake fluid (B),

    and top them up if necessary.

    This is something you should do at regular

    intervals.

    >Note!

    Never drive with the wind deflector open.

    쮿 Turn the three screw plugs in anti-

    clockwise direction (90 degrees).

    > The wind deflector is now unlocked

    and can be flipped upward.

    쮿 Pull the centre joint of the holding

    linkage forward until it stops.

    Closing the wind deflector

    쮿 Firmly hold the wind deflector with one

    hand.

    쮿 Push the linkage backward on the

    centre joint using the other hand.

    쮿 Fold down the wind deflector.

    쮿 Turn the three screw plugs in clockwise

    direction (90 degrees) until tight.

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    Putting on the tarpaulin

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    Putting on the tarpaulin

    The tarpaulin serves to protect your

    parked crossblade from bad weather.

    However, it is not designed to act as a

    permanent shelter from the rain.

    Where to find the tarpaulin

    - The tarpaulin is found in the luggage

    compartment of your crossblade.

    - It is contained in a special water-tight

    bag.

    - The bag is attached to the underside of

    the luggage compartment cover with

    push buttons.

    Putting on the tarpaulin

    1

    쮿 Open the tailgate.

    쮿 Open the velcro fastener.

    쮿 Remove the tarpaulin from the bag and

    unfold it.

    > The back end remains attached to the

    bag via the velcro fastener.

    2

    쮿 Put the linkage together.

    3

    쮿 Pull the tarpaulin over the entire

    vehicle.

    > The outside mirrors must be covered

    with the provided bags.

    쮿 Slide the linkage through the channel of

    the tarpaulin.

    쮿 Insert the ends of the linkage into the

    front and back ends of the bag to draw

    tension.

    4

    쮿 Hook the tensioning straps onto the

    rocker panel.

    5

    쮿 Pull the tensioning straps forward

    together.

    쮿 Close the tailgate.

    > The tarpaulin is wedged into the

    closed tailgate.

    Danger of accident!

    The pooling of substantial

    quantities of water in the vehicle could

    impair electronic systems and increase

    the danger of an accident occurring.

    Therefore, ensure that the tarpaulin is

    pulled taught over the interior

    compartment of the crossblade during

    bad weather. Always take steps to

    prevent substantial quantities of water

    collecting inside the crossblade.

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    Stowing the tarpaulin

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    Stowing the tarpaulin

    How to stow the tarpaulin

    1

    쮿 Open the tailgate.

    쮿 Take the linkage out of the tarpaulin and

    place it directly behind your

    crossblade.

    쮿 Fold in the tarpaulin on the right and

    left sides.

    2

    쮿 Fold in the tarpaulin to approx. the

    halfway point.

    쮿 Place the folded linkage on the

    tarpaulin.

    3

    쮿 Neatly roll in the tarpaulin until it rests

    on the tailgate door.

    > The width of the roll should be the

    same as that of the tailgate.

    4

    쮿 Stow the tarpaulin in the provided

    protective bag and close the velcro

    fastener.

    쮿 Close the tailgate.

    >Note!

    Only place a clean and dry tarpaulin back

    into the bag.

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    Hazard warning triangle

    Where to find the hazard warning triangle

    쮿 Open the tailgate.

    쮿 Press both release buttons (A) on the

    inside of the tailgate.

    쮿 Fold the cover of the stowage space

    upwards (B).

    > The hazard warning triangle is

    secured in the stowage room via a

    velcro strip.

    >Note!

    The stamped in information signs on the

    inside of the storage room do not apply to

    the crossblade.

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    Breakdown set and battery

    Breakdown set

    This smart original part is either an

    optional extra ex works or can be

    retrofitted as an original smart

    accessory at your local smart Center.

    The breakdown set is located in the

    passenger-side footwell.

    >Note!

    Please also observe country and vehicle-

    specific regulations for smart original

    parts.

    쮿 Remove the floor mat.

    쮿 Undo the velcro strip on the lower

    section of the cover.

    쮿 Take the cover out.

    > The breakdown set is located under the

    cover.

    Battery

    The battery is located under the footrest

    in the passenger-side footwell.

    쮿 Remove the floor mat and the cover as

    described for the breakdown set.

    쮿 Remove the lower section of the

    footrest.

    쮿 Unscrew the mounting plate from the

    upper footrest.

    쮿 Remove the upper section of the

    footrest.

    Installing the footrest and cover

    Installation occurs in reverse order.

    Carefully reassamble the parts.

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    All the smartcare products for looking

    after your car are available at your local

    smart Center.

    Exterior

    components

    Specialties

    Lightly soiled, manual

    washing

    Heavily soiled

    manual washing

    Never

    Matte painted

    plastic parts

    Powder coated single-

    coat paint finish

    Car shampoo concentrate,

    insect remover for insect

    remains

    Car shampoo concentrate,

    hard wax, insect remover

    for insect remains

    Do not use any hard

    wax or polish except

    on high-gloss plastic

    body parts.

    Never use aggressive

    paint cleaner, machine

    polish, abrasive

    cleanser, acidic,

    hig hly alkalin e agents,

    abrasive sponges,

    high-pressure or hot-

    water cleaning

    equipment.

    Bumpers, rocker

    panels

    Pitted, painted plastic

    parts

    Car shampoo concentrate,

    insect remover for insect

    remains

    Car shampoo concentrate,

    hard wax, insect remover

    for insect remains

    High-gloss plastic

    parts (body panels)

    Body panels with base

    coat or clear coat or

    clear coat only

    Repair possibility

    with

    clear paint touch-up

    pencil

    Car shampoo concentrate,

    insect remover for insect

    remains, hard wax, polish

    Car shampoo concentrate,

    insect remover for insect

    remains, hard wax, polish

    Wheels

    Two-layer metallic paint

    (high-gloss)

    Car shampoo concentrate,

    rim care

    Car shampoo concentrate,

    rim care

    Care instructions

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    Care instructions

    Exterior

    components

    Specialties

    Lightly soiled, manual

    washing

    Heavily soiled, manual

    washing

    Never

    Wind deflector

    (windshield)

    Polycarbonate

    Car shampoo concentrate,

    insect remover for insect

    remains

    Car shampoo concentrate,

    insect remover for insect

    remains

    See previous page

    Tarpaulin Nylon

    Damp, clean cloth, light

    soap solution

    Lukewarm water and car

    shampoo concentrate

    Interior

    components

    Specialties

    Lightly soiled, manual

    washing

    Heavily soiled, manual

    washing

    Never

    Seats

    Plastic (resistant

    synthetic)

    Light soap solution, clean

    cloth with lukewarm water

    Soap solution, car shampoo

    concentrate

    Use solvent

    Plastic parts Use a colour-fast cloth

    damp, clean cloth, cockpit

    spray

    Damp, clean cloth, cockpit

    spray

    Scour or use solvents

    Artificial leather

    seat covers

    Clean cloth with lukewarm

    water

    Damp, clean cloth, car

    shampoo concentrate

    Acidic agents, stain

    remover etc.

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    Things you need to know

    The technical data is valid for all standard

    equipped vehicles.

    We recommend that you use original smart

    parts and accessories.

    Engine specifications crossblade

    Rated output (kW) 52

    At engine speed (rpm) 5470

    Nominal torque (Nm)/overboost 108

    At engine speed (rpm) 2200-3500

    Number of cylinders 3

    Valves per cylinder 2

    Spark plugs per cylinder 2

    Total displacement (cm³) 599

    Engine weight acc. to DIN 70020 A (kg) 59

    Maximum climbing capacity at gross vehicle weight 20 %

    Technical data

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    Technical data

    Fuel consumption in accordance with

    EU directive 1999/100/EU

    The following data were evaluated in

    accordance with the European Union

    Directive (1999/100/EU). All data are valid

    for basic version vehicles with catalytic

    converter.

    In practice fuel consumption may lie

    higher than the values determined and

    cited in the EU guidelines (1999/100/EU),

    as under everyday use different

    operating conditions may prevail, such as

    for instance individual driving styles,

    additional equipment, different road

    surfaces and weather conditions.

    The fuel consumption values given by the

    EU Directive (1999/100/EU) serve solely

    as a means of comparison at certain given

    conditions.

    You local smart Center will gladly provide

    you with details.

    Fuel consumption in accordance with 1999/100/EU

    crossblade

    softip/softouch

    Urban (l/100 km) 6,2

    Extra urban (l/100 km) 5,3

    Combined (l/100 km) 5,7

    Driving range (km) 579

    Exhaust emission system/exhaust emission standard/oxidation catalytic converter EU3 3-way catalytic converter EU3

    CO

    2

    emissions (g/km) 137

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    Technical data

    Tyres and rims

    >Note on smart tyres and rims!

    - Use only rims and tyres approved by

    MCC smart GmbH.

    > This way you ensure that your smart

    handles perfectly and is fully safe.

    - Change your tyres in good time - in

    autumn - to winter tyres.

    - The vehicle operating approval status

    is rendered null and void if other rim/

    tyre sizes are used.

    - Replace worn tyres in good time.

    - Every smart Center will be more than

    willing to provide you with details and

    information concerning the rims and

    tyres recommended for your smart.

    >Note!

    Freedom of motion can only be guaranteed

    if the manufacturer's recommended rims

    and tyres are used. Other rim and tyre

    sizes may damage the braking system.

    Tyres and rims

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    Summer driving With non-skid chains

    Tyres, front 195/40 R 16 145/65 R 15

    Tyres, rear 215/35 R 16 175/55 R 15

    Rims, front 6.5 J x 16 ET 24 4 x 15 ET 27

    Rims, rear 7 J x 16 ET -20 5.5 x 15 ET 1

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    Technical data

    * Curb weight as under (DIN 70020) including

    driver (68 kg), baggage (7 kg) and all fluids (tank

    90% full).

    Optional extras will increase the curb weight; as

    a result the payload is reduced.

    Weights crossblade

    Curb weight* (kg) 740

    Load capacity (kg) 250

    of which maximum luggage compartment load capacity (kg) 50

    Gross weight limit (kg) 990

    Loads crossblade

    maximum permissible axle weight, front axle (kg) 427

    maximum permissible axle weight, rear axle (kg) 610

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    Technical data

    Useful information when refueling

    Vehicle dimensions crossblade

    Length (mm) 2,622

    Width (mm) 1,618

    Height (mm) 1,508

    Wheelbase (mm) 1,812

    Tread width, front/rear (mm) 1,278/1,392

    Storage space (l) 122

    Turning circle (m) 8.8

    Fuel tank

    Capacity (l) 33

    of which reserve capacity (l) 5

    Fuel:

    Petrol engines

    Unleaded petrol

    Super Plus, EN 228,

    at least 95RON/85MON

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    Technical data

    Engine oil

    Oil quantity 3.2 litres

    smart recommends that you use Mobil

    engine oils or smartcare engine oil

    SAE 10W-40.

    Fill quantities

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    Coolant system

    Coolant capacity (l) 4.2

    Corrosive agent/anti-freeze (l) 2.1

    Tyre fill pressure Summer tyres Winter tyres

    Front axle (bar) 1.8 1.6

    Rear axle (bar) 2.5 2.5

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    Masthead

    Publisher and copyright

    Micro Compact Car smart GmbH

    Concept and execution

    Serco GmbH

    Layout and typesetting

    Creative Information Services

    Carmen Kreinjobst

    Translation

    INDUBO GmbH & Co. KG

    Print

    Wahl-Druck GmbH

    smart - a brand of DaimlerChrysler

    As the scope of the delivery depends on the

    order placed, the equipment in your vehicle

    may deviate from that shown in some of the

    descriptions and illustrations. In order to

    adapt our vehicles to the ever-advancing

    technologies available, we must reserve the

    right to make changes to design, equipment and

    technology.

    Therefore no claims can be derived from any of

    the specifications, illustrations or descriptions

    in these operating instructions.

    Printed on paper bleached without chlorine

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