Er.. only if you have that option fitted. Mine hasn't, unfortunately.
No - you just have to give the doorhandle a very gentle tug to pull it from the recessed locked position to the unlocked position. Passenger door will unlock.So I have to open my door to open the passenger door!
Thanks pj! Always wondered about this.unlock drivers door this will unlock n/s
I'll give it a go but I'm still miffed that you have to resort to this rather than a CL button which you can find on a Kia. OK it's not a big deal but just shows either a lack of money or attention to detail when the car was designed which may be 8-10 years ago.No - you just have to give the doorhandle a very gentle tug to pull it from the recessed locked position to the unlocked position. Passenger door will unlock.
Same here. Kinda makes sense how it is as it's a 2 door car. If it where 4 door then maybe the central button would be useful for the passenger to be able to operate the rear doors (for kids etc.). There is no need for an extra button for this.Id much prefer to reach to the obvious place to unlock the door which is the door handle than to fumble around for an unlock button as is the case with my runabout, particularly in the dark. There are enough buttons to contend with in the XK without superfluous door unlock buttons. I think this really is attention to detail IMO