Range Rover Evoque: Single-point/multi-point entry - Entering the vehicle - Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Owner's ManualRange Rover Evoque: Single-point/multi-point entry

When you press the unlock button, your vehicle will unlock in one of two ways: 1. Single Point Entry: Unlocks the driver's door and fuel filler flap only. A second press is required to unlock the remaining doors and the tailgate.

2. Multi-Point Entry: Unlocks all doors, fuel filler flap and the tailgate on the first press.

To change from Single to Multi-Point entry (or vise versa), press both the lock and unlock buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds. The hazard warning lamps will flash twice to confirm the change.

This feature may also be set via the settings menu. See 56, VEHICLE INFORMATION AND SETTINGS MENU.

Note: If, when the vehicle is unlocked, an audible warning is emitted, this will be a ‘Mislock’ error. There may be a fault with either of the alarm sensors. Consult with your Dealer /Authorised Repairer as soon as possible.

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