Luggage compartment features

Cargo hooks

Raise the hook to use.


Raise the hook to use.

The cargo hooks are provided for securing loose items.

Auxiliary boxes

Pull the strap upwards when lifting


Pull the strap upwards when lifting the cover up.

Luggage covers

Attach the hooks to the hook


Attach the hooks to the hook brackets on the rear seat seatback.

Pull out the luggage cover and


Pull out the luggage cover and hook it onto the anchors.

Removing the luggage covers

- Front luggage cover

Press the buttons to remove the


Press the buttons to remove the luggage cover.

- Rear luggage cover

Detach the outer clips of the rear


Detach the outer clips of the rear luggage cover from the back door.

Detach the inner clips of the rear


Detach the inner clips of the rear luggage cover from the back door.

Installing the rear luggage cover

Ensure that the luggage cover is in the proper installation position.

Push the clips of the rear luggage cover into the indentions on the back door until they are locked into place.

Check that the rear luggage cover is securely attached.

CAUTION:
When the cargo hooks are not in use To avoid injury, always return the cargo hooks to their stowed positions.

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