Storage Compartments

Storage Compartments


Keep storage boxes closed when driving: Driving with the storage boxes open is dangerous. To reduce the possibility of injury in an accident or a sudden stop, keep the storage boxes closed when driving.

When loading cargo, make sure that it is completely secured:

If the cargo is not completely secured, it may move or collapse while driving or during sudden braking, resulting in injury or an accident.

Do not put articles in storage spaces with no lid:

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CAUTION

CAUTION

CAUTION

Putting articles in storage spaces with no lid is dangerous as they could be thrown around the cabin if the vehicle is suddenly accelerated and cause injury depending on how the article is stored.


Do not leave lighters or eyeglasses in the storage boxes while parked under the sun. A lighter could explode or the plastic material in eyeglasses could deform and crack from high temperature.

β–Ό Overhead Console

This console box is designed to store eyeglasses or other accessories.

Push and release to open.

Type A

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Type B

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β–Ό Glove Compartment

To open the glove compartment, pull the latch toward you.

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To close the glove compartment, firmly press in the center of the glove compartment lid.

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β–Ό Center Console

To open, pull the release latch.

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Storage tray

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Storage tray

Storage tray

Storage tray

The storage tray can be removed.

β–Ό Armrest Box*

To open, push the button and pull up the lid.

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β–Ό Luggage Compartment

Cargo Securing Loops

Use the cargo securing loops in the luggage compartment to secure cargo with a rope or net. The tensile strength of the loops is 196 N (20 kgf, 44 lbf). Do not apply excessive force to the cargo securing loops as it will damage them.

Trim side


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Luggage board side


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CAUTION

CAUTION

CAUTION

When not using the cargo securing loops, return them to their original positions. If the cargo securing loops are not returned to their original positions and cargo is placed on the top of them, the cargo securing loops could be deformed or damaged.

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Cargo securing loop

Cargo securing loop

Cargo securing loop

Pin

Pin

Pin

When using the cargo securing loops, hook them to the pins.


Cargo Sub-Compartment

The cargo sub-compartment is located under the luggage board, and it can be used to store small items.


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CAUTION

CAUTION

CAUTION

- Do not apply excessive force to the luggage board when setting it up. Otherwise, it could deform or damage the luggage board.

- Return the luggage board to its original position before driving the vehicle. If the vehicle is driven with the luggage board set up, it could cause an unexpected accident.

- When not using the handle, return it to its original position. If the handle is not returned to its original position and cargo is placed, it could contact the handle and the handle could be deformed or damaged.

1. Lift up the luggage board.


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Luggage board

Luggage board

Luggage board

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Groove

Groove

Groove

Luggage board

Luggage board

Luggage board

2. Insert the luggage board into the left and right grooves.


Luggage Board

The height of the floor surface can be adjusted by changing the installation position of the luggage board.


Reversible Luggage Board*

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CAUTION

CAUTION

CAUTION

The luggage board can be used with the underside facing up, depending on the intended use. The underside is made of stain-resistant material which is easy to clean.


Do not spray large amounts of liquid such as water on the luggage board. If a large amount of water or other liquid is poured or sprayed on the luggage board, the water or other liquid may leak down and wet the luggage under the board.

When using the luggage board in the upper level

1. Place the front luggage board.


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Groove

Groove

Groove

Luggage board

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One-sided type Reversible type Hollows Pin Hole Pin

One-sided type Reversible type Hollows Pin Hole Pin

One-sided type Reversible type Hollows Pin Hole Pin

2. Insert the left and right hollows or holes of the rear luggage board into the pins.

3. Remove in the reverse order of the installation procedure.

When using the luggage board in the lower level

1. When using the cargo securing loops, return them to their original positions. Refer to Cargo Securing Loops on page 5-70


2. Slide the front luggage board into the lower grooves and install.


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Groove

Groove

Groove

Luggage board

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One-sided type

One-sided type

One-sided type

Reversible type

Reversible type

Reversible type

Hollows

Hollows

Hollows

Pin

Pin

Pin

Hole

Hole

Hole

Pin

Pin

Pin

3. Insert the left and right hollows or holes of the rear luggage board into the pins.

4. Remove in the reverse order of the installation procedure.

NOTE

Loading golf bags

(Some golf bags may not fit using the following methods depending on their sizes.) Up to four golf bags can be carried in the luggage compartment.

Bottom: Place the first and second golf bags in the luggage compartment with the bottoms pointed to the right.


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Bottom

Bottom

Bottom

Top

Top

Top

The arrows indicate the bottoms of the golf bags. The illustration shows the loading of four golf bags.

The arrows indicate the bottoms of the golf bags. The illustration shows the loading of four golf bags.

The arrows indicate the bottoms of the golf bags. The illustration shows the loading of four golf bags.

Top: Place the third golf bag with its bottom pointed to the left and the fourth golf bag with its bottom pointed to the right in the luggage compartment.


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WARNING

WARNING

WARNING

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β–Ό Rear Coat Hooks



Never hang heavy or sharp objects on the assist grips and coat hooks:

Hanging heavy or sharp-ended objects such as a coat hanger from the assist grips or coat hooks is dangerous as they can fly off and hit an occupant in the cabin if a curtain air bag was to deploy, which could result in serious injury or death.

Always hang clothes on the coat hooks and the assist grips without hangers.

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Coat hook


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6

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Bottle Holder

(Page 163)

β–Ό Rear*‌The rear cup holder is on the rear center armrest. Bottle Holder Bottle holders are on the inside of the doors.FrontRearBottle hol...

Maintenance and Care

(Page 165)

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