2. Pry cover up a bit, arrow 1, and pull out of
the brackets toward the back, arrow 2.
Push cover out of the bracket upward on
both sides, arrow 1.
2. Pull cover out of the bracket toward the
rear on both sides, arrow 2.
Proceed in the reverse order to reinstall. The
cargo covers must snap audibly into place on
their respective holders.
Enlarging the cargo area
Depending on the vehicle equipment, the
cargo area can be enlarged as follows:
▷ The rear seat backrests can be folded
▷ The rear seat backrests can be moved into
an upright loading position using the cargo
The rear seat backrest is divided at a ratio of
40–20–40. The side rear seat backrests and
the center section can be folded down sepa‐
Depending on the vehicle equipment, the rear
seat backrests can be folded down from the
rear or from the cargo area.
Danger of jamming with folding down the
backrests. There is a risk of injury or risk of
property damage. Make sure that the area of
movement of the rear backrest and the of the
head restraint is clear prior to folding down.◀
With an unlocked backrest, an unsecured
load can be thrown into the vehicle's interior,
e.g., in case of an accident, braking or evasive
maneuver. There is a risk of injury. Make sure
that the backrest engages into the locking af‐
ter folding it back.◀
Unexpected movements of the backrest
while driving may occur due to unintentional
unlocking of the rear backrests by the straps.
There is a risk of injury. Do not fasten any ob‐
jects to the straps for unlocking the rear backr‐
With a rear backrest that is not locked,
the protective function of the middle safety
belt is not guaranteed. There is a risk of inju‐
ries or danger to life. If you are using the mid‐
dle safety belt, lock the wider rear backrest.◀
The stability of the child restraint system
is limited or compromised with incorrect seat
adjustment or improper installation of the child
seat. There is a risk of injuries or danger to life.
Interior equipment Controls
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