Range Rover Evoque: Operating the tailgate - Entering the vehicle - Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Owner's ManualRange Rover Evoque: Operating the tailgate

of 1.0M Ensure there is minimum space of 1.0M (39 in) above the rear of vehicle before operating the tailgate. Insufficient space may result in damage to the vehicle.

if a cycle Do not operate the tailgate if a cycle rack is fitted to the tailgate. Remove any cycles and/or racks before operating the tailgate.

There are two types of tailgate, powered and manual.

Both types of tailgate can be released using:
- the appropriate button on the Smart Key,
- the internal release switch,

- the external release switch on the tailgate.

- the external release switch on the tailgate.

Note: The tailgate will not open if the vehicle is travelling at or above approximately 5km/h (3.1mph).

Note: When using the external release switch, all doors must be unlocked and the gear selector in Park (P) position.

Note: If the Smart Key is inadvertently left inside the luggage compartment and the vehicle is locked and the alarm set, an audible warning will sound and the tailgate will re-open after three seconds.

    Deselecting valet mode
    If Valet mode is active when you enter the vehicle, touch the Valet button to view the Valet mode screen. Enter your four digit PIN and touch the OK button. Valet mode is deactivated is displayed ...

    Powered tailgate operation
    1. Press to open the powered tailgate. 2. Press and release to close the powered tailgate. After the tailgate has opened to its set height, it can be manually raised or lowered. If the tailgate ...

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