Front seats

1. Seat position adjustment switch.


1. Seat position adjustment switch.

2. Seatback angle adjustment switch.

3. Seat cushion (front) angle adjustment switch.

4. Vertical height adjustment switch.

5. Lumbar support adjustment switch.

6. Seat cushion length adjustment switch (if equipped).

Flattening the front seatbacks

Before flattening the front seatbacks

Slide the rear seats as far back as possible.

Flattening the front seatbacks

Move the front seat forward, raise


Move the front seat forward, raise the seat, and remove the head restraint.

After returning the seat to its original position, make sure to replace the head restraint.

Move the seatback angle adjustment


Move the seatback angle adjustment switch backward to flatten the seatback.

Power easy access system (vehicles with driving position memory)

When the driver enters and exits the vehicle, the driver's seat and steering wheel will automatically perform the following operations:

Exiting the vehicle: When all of the


Exiting the vehicle: When all of the following actions have been performed, the steering wheel will
move up and back to the point farthest away from the driver and the seat will move backward (auto away function):
The shift lever has been shifted to P.

The POWER switch has been turned off.

The driver seat belt has been unfastened.

Entering the vehicle: When either of the following actions has been performed, the steering wheel will move toward the driver and seat will move forward (auto return function):
The POWER switch has been turned to ACCESSORY mode.

The driver seat belt has been fastened.

Active head restraints

When the occupants lower back


When the occupants lower back presses against the seatback during a rear-end collision, the head restraint moves slightly forward and upward to help reduce the risk of whiplash to the seat occupant.

The auto away function for exiting the driver seat

If the seat is already close to the rearmost position, the auto away function may not
operate when the driver exits the vehicle.

Active head restraints

Even small forces applied to the seatback may cause the head restraint to move.

Pushing up a locked head restraint forcibly may appear the head restraint inner structure. These do not indicate problems.

Customization


Customization

The distance that the drivers seat moves backward during the auto away function
can be changed.

CAUTION:
Seat adjustment
To reduce the risk of sliding under the lap belt during a collision, do not recline the
seat more than necessary.

If the seat is too reclined, the lap belt may slide past the hips and apply restraint
forces directly to the abdomen, or your neck may contact the shoulder belt, increasing the risk of death or serious injury in the event of an accident.

Adjustments should not be made while driving as the seat may unexpectedly move and cause the driver to lose control of the vehicle.

While driving
Do not allow passengers to ride on the flattened seat.

    See also:

    Power outlets
    The power outlets can be used for the following components. 12 V: Accessories that run on less than 10 A. 120 VAC: Accessories that use less than 100 W. - Inside the console (12 V). Slide the ar ...

    Energy Saving and Environmental Performance
    Allowing for independent control of left and right hand sides of the cabin, the new CT 200h is equipped with a compact, lightweight air conditioning unit. It incorporates a hybrid battery-powered ...

    Fuel information
    Your vehicle must use only unleaded gasoline. Premium unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of 91 (Research Octane Number 96) or higher required for optimum engine performance. If 91 octane canno ...