Nissan Juke Owners Manual : Integrated control system (if so equipped)

The Integrated Control System is located below the audio system or navigation system (if so equipped). Two Integrated Control System modes can be selected: Drive mode and Climate Control mode.

Depending on which Integrated Control System mode is selected (Drive mode or Climate Control mode), the screen display and some button functions will change.

Drive mode
In the Drive mode, three types of driving modes can be selected: NORMAL, SPORT and ECO. See Drive mode . In addition, while in the Drive mode, SETUP, Drive information and ECO information can be displayed and adjusted. See Drive mode .

Climate Control mode
In the Climate Control mode, the climate control can be set and adjusted. See Automatic air conditioner (with Integrated Control System) .

Audible reminders
Key reminder chime Models with Intelligent Key system: A chime will sound if the driver side door is opened while the ignition switch is pushed to the ACC position. Make sure the ignition switch ...

Drive mode
When the Drive mode select button is pressed, the display and buttons appear as shown. 1. Drive mode select button 2. SETUP button 3. Drive mode NORMAL button 4. Drive mode SPORT button 5. Dr ...

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