Seat Leon >> Automatic speed dependent locking and unlocking system*

SEAT Leon Owner's Manual / Operating instructions / Unlocking and locking / Central locking / Automatic speed dependent locking and unlocking system*

This is a safety system to prevent access to the vehicle from the exterior when the vehicle is in transit (for example, when stopped at a traffic light).

The doors and the boot are automatically locked when vehicle speed exceeds 15 km/h.

If the vehicle is stopped and one of the doors is opened, when the vehicle moves off again and exceeds a speed of 15 km/h the unlocked door(s) will be locked once more.

The driver's door automatically unlocks when the key is removed from the ignition.

Each door may be unlocked and opened from the interior (for example when a passenger gets out). For this, simply operate the lever on the inside of the door.


When the vehicle is in motion, the internal door release levers should not be operated, this could cause a door to open.

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