Meters and Gauges
Multi-Information Display and INFO Switch (Some Models)
Active Driving Display (Some Models)
Warning/Indicator Lights

Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge

Displays the engine coolant temperature. The blue gauge indicates that the engine coolant temperature is low, and the red gauge indicates that the engine coolant temperature is high and overheating.


If the high engine coolant temperature warning light (red) turns on, there is a possibility of overheating. Park the vehicle in a safe place immediately and take appropriate measures. If the vehicle continues to be driven, it could cause damage to the engine.

Refer to Overheating (Search).

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  • The temperature unit (Centigrade/Fahrenheit) of the engine coolant gauge display changes in conjunction with the temperature unit of the outside temperature display.

    Refer to Personalization Features (Search).

  • During normal driving, the engine coolant temperature stabilizes at 100 °C (210 °F) or less, and the gauge indicates a range lower than 100 °C (210 °F).

  • If the engine load increases and the engine coolant temperature exceeds 100 °C (210 °F), the gauge indicates the engine coolant temperature.

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