Loose objects or devices with a cable connec‐
tion to the vehicle, for instance mobile phones,
can be thrown about the car's interior while
driving, for instance in the event of an accident,
braking or evasive maneuver. There is a risk of
injury. Secure loose objects or devices with a
cable connection to the vehicle in the car's in‐
A cargo cover that snaps back quickly can jam
body parts or cause damage. There is a risk of
injury or risk of damage to property. Do not let
the cargo cover snap back into place.
An incorrectly inserted cargo cover can be
thrown about the car's interior, such as in the
event of an accident or a braking or evasive ma‐
neuver. There is a risk of injury and risk of dam‐
age to property. Make sure the cargo cover is
securely engaged in the brackets.
Pull out the cargo cover, arrow 1, and hook both
sides into the brackets, arrow 2.
The cover can be removed to load bulky lug‐
Press the release button, arrow 1, and pull the
cargo cover out toward the rear, arrow 2.
The cargo cover can be stowed in the storage
compartment under the cargo floor panel.
Open, refer to page 261, the storage com‐
partment on the left side.
2. Lift the cargo floor panel up and attach, refer
to page 260, it to the right multi-function
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