AO Silver Member
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: Orpington, Kent
Given the price of a new car, you'd think they could tailor the handbook to the specific car. Instead, they include pages of irrelevant information about features "for markets where applicable", tyre pressures for versions you don't have, diesel-specific info in a petrol car's book, instructions for two different types of dashboard, one configurable and one not. It's as though the manufacturer doesn't know what he's built. (Alfa guilty of all the above, though they're not the only ones).
A Vauxhall handbook listed tyre pressures by engine type, where "type" was a multi-character code not used in the model name, the car publicity, on the VIN plate or indeed anywhere but in the handbook. It did helpfully say not to slam the doors at night though.