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Skoda Yeti (2017 year). Instruction - part 5

 

 

Note

The outer seats are not mutually interchangeable. In the rear area the left seat
is marked with the letter L and the right seat with the letter R.

Adjusting seats in crosswise direction

Fig. 65 
Locking seats

Remove the middle seat

» Fig. 64

 on page 72.

Fold the outer seat forwards and unlock 

» Fig. 64

 on page 72.

Move outer seat on the guide towards the middle of the vehicle up to the
stop.

Lock the folded forward seat by pressing the seat locks 

A

 in the direction of

arrow 

» Fig. 65

.

Folding back into the starting position is accomplished in the reverse order.

Folding back seats

Fig. 66 
Folding the seat backrest back
into position

If the seat has been removed, first position it on the guide and lock it in place
using seat locking 

A

 

» Fig. 65

 on page 73 . Pull the seat upwards to ensure

that the seat is locked correctly.

Fold the seat in the horizontal position until it audibly click in place. Check
that the seat can no longer be lifted by pulling it up.

Press the lever in direction of arrow 

1

 

» Fig. 66

 and fold back the seat back-

rest in the direction of arrow 

2.

 Check this by pulling on the seat backrest.

Headrests

Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects:
Setting the height

73

Removing/installing

74

Note

The middle rear head restraint is only adjustable in two positions.

Setting the height

Fig. 67  Setting the height of the headrest

Grasp the restraint and move upwards in the direction of 

1

 

» Fig. 67

.

To move the headrest down, press the securing button 

A

 in the direction of

arrow 

2

 and hold it down while pressing the headrest in the direction of ar-

row 

3

.

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Removing/installing

Fig. 68  Removing/installing the headrest

To remove the headrest, pull it out of the seat backrest up to the latch.

Press locking button 

A

 in the direction of arrow 

1,

 and pull out the head re-

straint in the direction of arrow 

2

 

» Fig. 68

.

To insert the headrest, push the headrest into the seat backrest in the direc-
tion of arrow 

3

 until the locking button clicks into place.

Front seat heating

Fig. 69 
Buttons for heating the front
seats

The seat backrests and seats can be heated electrically.
Seat heating buttons 

» Fig. 69

Left seat heating
Right seat heating

To turn on the heating with maximum heat , press the key  or  button.

By repeatedly pressing the button, the heat is turned down until it is com-
pletely switched off. The level of the seat heating is indicated by the number
of illuminated warning lights in the switch.

The seat heating only operates when the engine is running.

WARNING

If you are sensitive to pain and/or temperature, e.g. through medication,
paralysis or because of chronic illness (e.g. diabetes), we recommend not to
use the seat heating. If the seat heating is used, we recommend to make
regular breaks in your journey when driving long distances, so that the
body can recuperate from the stress of the journey. Please consult your
doctor, who can evaluate your specific condition.

CAUTION

The following instructions should be observed to avoid damage to the seats.

Do not kneel on the seats or otherwise apply concentrated pressure to them.

Do not switch on the heating for unoccupied seats.

Do not switch on the heating for seats which have objects on them (e.g. a

child seat, bag or similar).

Do not switch on the heating for seats which have seat covers or protective

covers on them.

Note

If the on-board voltage decreases, the seat heating switches off automatically

» page 147

Automatic shutdown of consumers - vehicle battery discharge

protection.

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Interior fittings

Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects:
Ticket holder

75

Storage compartment on the dash panel

76

stowage compartments in the doors

76

Storage compartment in the front centre console

76

USB and AUX input

77

Cup holders

77

Cigarette lighter

78

Ashtray

78

12-volt socket

79

Waste container

80

Multimedia holder

80

Storage compartment under the front arm rest

81

storage net in the front centre console

81

Glasses compartment

81

Storage compartment on the front passenger side

82

Storage compartment for umbrella

82

Clothes hook

82

Storage pockets on the backs of the front seats

83

Storage compartment in the rear centre console

83

Folding table on the front seat backrest

83

Folding table on the middle seat backrest

84

Removable through-loading bag

84

WARNING

Do not place anything on the dashboard. These objects might slide or fall

down when driving and may distract you from concentrating on the traffic –
risk of accident!

Make sure that while driving no objects can enter the driver's footwell -

There is a risk of an accident!

WARNING (Continued)

Do not carry any objects on the front passenger seat except objects de-

signed for this purpose (e.g. child seats) – risk of accident!

No objects should be placed in the storage compartments nor in the

drinks holders; the vehicle occupants could be endangered if there is sud-
den braking or the vehicle collides with something.

For safety reasons, lockable storage compartments should be closed

while driving - there is a risk of injury from the opened lid or through the
loose objects in the compartment.

Make sure no objects protrude from the storage compartments - There is

a risk of injury!

Do not exceed the permissible loads for the storage compartments, pock-

ets and nets - There is a risk of injury and a risk of damage to the compart-
ments, pockets and nets!

Ash, cigarettes, cigars and the like should only be stored in the ashtray -

There is a risk of fire/burns!

The storage compartments, multimedia holder and waste container are

not a substitute for the ashtray and must not be used for such purposes –
There is a risk of fire!

CAUTION

Do not place any large or sharp objects in the storage compartments, pockets
and nets -There is a risk of damage to the compartments, pockets and nets.

Ticket holder

Fig. 70 
Ticket holder

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

The ticket holder

» Fig. 70

 is provided for the holding and displaying e.g. car

park tickets.

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Storage compartment on the dash panel

Fig. 71 
Opening the storage compart-
ment

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

To the Open press the button 

» Fig. 71

, the cover opens in the direction of

arrow.

To close, swing the lid against the direction of the arrow until it audibly clicks
into place.

Certain models do not have a storage compartment lid.

CAUTION

Do not put any heat-sensitive objects in the storage compartment - in the
event of high temperatures there is risk of damage.

stowage compartments in the doors

Fig. 72  Storage compartments: in the front door/in the rear door

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

Storage compartments 

» Fig. 72

Storage compartment
Bottle holder with a capacity of max. 1 l
Bottle holder with a capacity of max. 0.5 l

WARNING

The storage compartment 

A

 

» Fig. 72

 is to be used exclusively for storing

objects which do not stick out - There is a risk of restricting the effective-
ness of the side airbags.

Storage compartment in the front centre console

Fig. 73 
Non-lockable compartment

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

The storage compartment is in the front of the centre console 

» Fig. 73

.

A
B
C

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USB and AUX input

Fig. 74  AUX input: underneath the armrest / above the storage compart-
ment

Fig. 75 
USB input

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

Depending on equipment fitted, the AUX input is located below the armrest

» Fig. 74

 -  or above the storage compartment 

» Fig. 74

 - .

The USB input (marked with  and  ) is located above the storage compart-
ment 

» Fig. 75

.

Information on use 

» 

Owner's Instruction infotainment or 

» 

The Radio Owner's

Instruction.

Cup holders

Fig. 76  Cup holders: in the front centre console / on the folding table in
the centre backrest

Fig. 77  Cup holders in the rear centre console: Open / Adjust size

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

In the cup holders 

A

 and 

B

 two drinks containers can be placed in each

» Fig. 76

.

Cup holder

D

 in rear centre console

To Open Press the holder in the area 

C

 

» Fig. 77

. The holder slides out.

Pull the holder up to the stop in the arrow direction 

1

 resize by moving the

plate 

E

 in direction of arrow 

2

.

To close, push in the holder against the direction of arrow 

1

.

A 1.5 litre bottle (max. capacity) can be stored in the holder 

D

.

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WARNING

Do not use any cups or beakers which are made of brittle material (e.g.

glass, porcelain). This could lead to injuries in the event of an accident.

Never put hot beverage containers in the cup holder. If the vehicle moves,

they may spill – There is a risk of scalding!

CAUTION

Do not leave open beverage containers in the cup holders during the journey.

There is a risk of spilling e.g. when braking which may cause damage to the
electrical components or seat upholstery.

Before folding the rear centre seat, the holder 

D

 

» Fig. 77

 must be closed -

otherwise there is risk of damage.

Cigarette lighter

Fig. 78 
Cigarette lighter

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

To use the lighter, push it in as far as the stop and wait until the glowing
lighter clicks out again 

» Fig. 78

.

Take out the glowing lighter instantly, use it and insert it back into the sock-
et.

WARNING

The cigarette lighter also works if the ignition is switched off. When leav-

ing the vehicle, never leave people who are not completely independent,
such as children, unattended in the vehicle - there is a risk of burning, fire
or damage to the vehicle interior.

Be careful when using the cigarette lighter - There is a risk of burns.

Note

The cigarette lighter socket can also be used as a 12 volt socket.

Ashtray

Fig. 79  Removing and opening front ashtray and / Low centre console:
Open rear ashtray/ remove rear ashtray

Fig. 80  High centre console: Open rear ashtray / Removing rear ashtray
insert

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

The ashtray can be used for ash, cigarettes, cigars and the like.

Removable front ashtray

Remove the ashtray in the direction of the arrow 

A

 

» Fig. 79

.

Insertion takes place in reverse order.

To the Openturn the ashtray cover in the direction of arrow 

B

.

Closing takes place in reverse order.

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Rear ashtray - low centre console

To open, grasp the lid on the edge

C

 and fold in the direction of arrow 

1

until the stop 

» Fig. 79

.

To remove, grasp the ashtray at the handle 

D

 and remove in direction of ar-

row 

2

.

To use Insert the ashtray in the console away from arrow 

2

 and push in.

Rear ashtray - high centre console

To open, press on the lid of the glasses compartment in area 

E

. The ashtray

opens out in the direction of the arrow 

1

» Fig. 80

.

To remove the ashtray insert press the lid gently

1

 up to the stop.

Grasp the ashtray insert in the area of arrow and remove it in the direction of
arrow 

2

.

To the insert the ashtray insert push in the insert away from the arrow 

2

and push in.

WARNING

Never place hot or flammable objects in the ashtray – risk of fire!

CAUTION

The ashtray in the higher central console must be closed before folding for-
ward the rear middle seat - Otherwise there is a risk of damage.

12-volt socket

Fig. 81  Cover the 12-volt socket: in the front centre console / in the lug-
gage compartment

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

To use, remove the cover of the socket 

» Fig. 81

 -  or open the cover of the

socket 

» Fig. 81

 - .

Connect the plug for the electrical appliance to the socket.

WARNING

Do not place anything on the dashboard. These objects might slide or fall

down when driving and may distract you from concentrating on the traffic –
There is a risk of accident!

Make sure that while driving no objects can enter the driver's footwell -

There is a risk of an accident!

Stow all devices safely during the journey to prevent them from being

thrown around the interior in the event of a sudden braking manoeuvre or
an accident – There is a risk of death!

The devices may warm up during operation – There is a risk of injury or

fire!

Improper use of the power sockets and the electrical accessories can

cause fires, burns and other serious injuries.

The socket also works if the ignition is switched off. When leaving the ve-

hicle, never leave persons who are not completely independent, such as
children, unattended in the vehicle.

CAUTION

The sockets can only be used for the connection of approved electrical ac-

cessories with a total power consumption of up to 120 watts - otherwise the
electrical system of the vehicle may be damaged.

Connecting appliances when the engine is not running will drain the battery

of the vehicle!

Before switching the ignition on / off or before starting the engine, switch

off the devices which are connected to the sockets - there is a risk of damage
to the equipment due to voltage fluctuations.

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Waste container

Fig. 82  Waste container: Inserting and moving/opening

Fig. 83  Replacing bags

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

The waste container can be inserted into the slot in the door.

Insert waste container

Position the waste container at the front edge of the slot.

Push the waste container to the back in the direction of the arrow 

A

» Fig. 82

.

Push the waste container as required in the direction of arrow 

B

.

Remove the waste container

Remove the waste container in the opposite direction to the arrow 

A

» Fig. 82

.

Open/close waste container

Lift the lid in the direction of arrow 

C

 

» Fig. 82

.

Closing takes place in reverse order.

Replace bags

Remove the waste container from the slot.

Press the two locking lugs on the frame in the direction of arrow 

1

» Fig. 83

.

Pull the bag together with the frame down in the direction of arrow 

2

.

Remove the bag from the frame.

Pull the new bag through the frame and pull it over the frame in the direction
of arrow 

3

.

Place the bag with the frame in the direction of arrow 

4

 into the container

body, so that the two lugs engage audibly on the frame.

Note

We recommend that you use 20x30 cm bags.

Multimedia holder

Fig. 84 
Multimedia holder

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

Multimedia holder 

» Fig. 84

Storage compartment for storing two coins
Storage compartment for storing the vehicle key
Storage compartment for storing a mobile phone

A
B
C

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Storage compartment under the front arm rest

Fig. 85  Open storage compartment / open air supply

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

Storage compartment

To open, lift the armrest in the direction of arrow 

A

» Fig. 85

.

To close, lift the armrest in the direction of arrow 

A

 until the stop and then

fold down against the direction of the arrow 

A

.

Air supply

To open, pull the handle in the direction of arrow 

B

 

» Fig. 85

.

To close, turn the dial away from arrow 

B

 until the stop.

When the air inlet is opened, the air flows into the storage compartment with
a temperature corresponding to the control dial settings on the A/C unit, de-
pending on the outer climate conditions.
The air inlet in the storage compartment is connected to position  through
adjustment of the control dial for air distribution. This setting causes the maxi-
mum amount of air to flow into the storage compartment (depending on the
rotary regulator position for the fan).

storage net in the front centre console

Fig. 86 
Storage net

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

The storage nets

» Fig. 86

 are intended for the storage of e.g. maps, maga-

zines, etc.
The maximum permissible load of the net is 0.5 kg.

Glasses compartment

Fig. 87 
Opening the glasses storage box

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

To open, press the -- button. The compartment folds in the direction of the
arrow 

» Fig. 87

.

To close, swivel the compartment against the direction of the arrow until it
audibly clicks into place.

CAUTION

Do not put any heat-sensitive objects in the glasses storage box – there is

risk of damage at high temperatures.

The compartment must be closed before leaving and locking the vehicle –

There is a risk of impairment to the functions of the anti-theft alarm system.

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Storage compartment on the front passenger side

Fig. 88  Open storage compartment / open air supply

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

Storage compartment

To open, press the -- button. The cover folds in the arrow direction

» Fig. 88

.

To close, swing the lid against the direction of the arrow until it audibly clicks
into place.

Air supply

To Open pull the lever 

B

 in the direction of the arrow to the stop 

» Fig. 88

.

To close, turn the lever against the direction of the arrow until it stops.

The temperature of the storage compartment supplied with air is dependent
on the setting in the air conditioning.

Note

A pen holder is provided in the stowage compartment.

Storage compartment for umbrella

Fig. 89 
Opening the storage compart-
ment

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

The storage compartment under the passenger seat is used for storing an um-
brella.

To open, pull the handle in direction of arrow 

1

 pull and open the compart-

ment in the direction of arrow 

2

» Fig. 89

.

To close, screw in the lid in the opposite direction of arrow 

2

 until it audibly

clicks into place.

CAUTION

Never store a wet umbrella in the storage compartment - there is a risk of
damage to the umbrella.

Note

We recommend that you use the umbrella from the ŠKODA Original Accesso-
ries.

Clothes hook

Fig. 90 
Clothes hooks

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

The clothes hooks are located on the middle door pillars of the vehicle and on
the handle of the headliner above each of the rear doors 

» Fig. 90

.

The maximum permissible load of each of the hooks is 2 kg.

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WARNING

Never leave any heavy or sharp-edged objects in the pockets of the items

of clothing hung up - There is a risk of injury.

Do not use hangers to hang up the clothes - there is a risk of restricting

the effectiveness of head airbags and a danger of injury from the hanger.

Make sure that any clothes hanging from the hooks do not impede your

vision.

Storage pockets on the backs of the front seats

Fig. 91 
Map pockets

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

The storage pockets 

» Fig. 91

 are intended for the storage of maps, magazines,

etc.

Storage compartment in the rear centre console

Fig. 92 
Opening the storage compart-
ment

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

To openPull the top edge and open the compartment in the arrow direc-
tion

» Fig. 92

.

To close, swivel the compartment against the direction of the arrow.

CAUTION

Before folding forward the rear centre seat, the storage compartment must be
closed - there is a risk of damage to the storage compartment.

Folding table on the front seat backrest

Fig. 93 
Fold down the folding table

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

To Unfold Raise the table in the direction of the arrow in the horizontal posi-
tion 

» Fig. 93

.

Fold the table back into the vertical position by push the table away from the
arrow.

The maximum permissible load for the table is 10 kg.

WARNING

The table must not be in the horizontal position while driving - risk of in-

jury.

Do not use any cups or beakers which are made of brittle material (e.g.

glass, porcelain). This could lead to injuries in the event of an accident.

Never put hot beverage containers in the table cup holder. If the vehicle

moves, they may spill – There is a risk of scalding!

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Folding table on the middle seat backrest

Fig. 94 
Middle seat backrest already fol-
ded forward

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

After folding forwards,the centre seat backrest can be used as an armrest or
table with cup holders 

» Fig. 94

.

CAUTION

If the middle rear seat backrest should be folded forward for lengthy periods,
then make sure that the belt locks are not located below it - this can warp the
upholstery or fabric.

Removable through-loading bag

Fig. 95 
Securing the removable through-
loading bag

Read and observe   and   on page 75 first.

The removable through-loading bag (hereinafter referred to as through-load-
ing bag) is used exclusively for transporting skis (max. 2 pairs).

Loading through-loading bag and skis

Fold the middle rear seat backrest forwards until it rests on the seat

» page 71

.

Place the empty through-loading bag in such a way that the end of the bag
with the zip is in the boot.

Push the skis and poles with the tips backwards into the through-loading
bag and secure the bag.

Securing through-loading bag and skis

Pull the securing belt with both lock tongues out of the pocket of the
through-loading bag.

Insert the lock tongues 

A

 

» Fig. 95

 in the belt locks of the rear middle seat

belt 

C

, first on the one side and then on the other side.

Place the securing belt in the middle of the skis between the heel and the tip
of the bindings and pull the securing belt tight at the free end of the belt 

B

.

WARNING

The total weight of the skis which are transported must not exceed 10 kg.

Always stow and secure the skis and the bag securely - otherwise there is

a risk of injury or accident!

CAUTION

Never fold and stow the through-loading bag when it is wet -There is a risk of
damaging the through-loading bag.

Tablet holder

Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects:
Attaching the rear headrests

85

Handle holder

85

External devices (e.g. tablet, smartphone, etc.) measuring min. 122 mm and
max. 195 mm can be secured in the support.
The maximum permissible load of the compartment is 750 g.

CAUTION

Never exceed the maximum permissible load of the holder - there is a risk of
damage or functional impairment.

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Attaching the rear headrests

Fig. 96  Inserting: Adapter / Holder

Fig. 97  Removing: Holder / Adapter

Read and observe   on page 84 first.

To insert, attach the opened adapter to the guide rods of the front headrest
and clip in the direction of arrow 

1

 

» Fig. 96

 

» 

.

Clip the holder in the direction of arrow 

2

 into the adapter.

To remove, pull on the securing tab 

A

 in direction of arrow 

3

 and take the

holder in direction of arrow 

4

 out of the adapter 

» Fig. 97

.

Press the adapter and remove from the guide rods of the headrest in the di-
rection of arrow 

5

.

WARNING

Carefully clip in the adapter - there is a risk of injuring your finger.

Handle holder

Fig. 98  Tilt and rotate holder

Fig. 99 
Adjust holder size

Read and observe   on page 84 first.

The holder may be --tipped by 30° in the direction of the arrow 1 and --turned
by 360° in the direction of arrow 2

» Fig. 98

.

To adjust the holder size, pull out the securing tab 

A

 in the direction of ar-

row 

3

 and push the part 

B

 in the direction of arrow 

4

 to the desired posi-

tion 

» Fig. 99

.

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Transport of cargo

Luggage Storage and Transport

Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects:
Fastening elements

87

Fixing nets

87

Multifunction pocket

87

Fastening bar with sliding hook

88

Flexible storage compartment

88

Floor covering on both sides

88

Luggage compartment cover

89

Net partition

89

Storage compartments

90

Removable storage box

90

Removable lamp

90

Class N1 vehicles

91

When transporting heavy objects, the driving characteristics change due to the
shift in the centre of gravity. The speed and style of driving must be adjusted
accordingly.

When transporting cargo, the following instructions must be adhered to

Distribute the load evenly in the luggage compartment and secure it with
suitable lashing straps to the lashing eyes or fixing nets so that they cannot
slip.

Place heavy objects as far forward as possible.

Tyre pressure should be adjusted for the load.

In the event of an accident, even small and light objects gain so much kinetic
energy that they can cause severe injuries.
The magnitude of the kinetic energy is dependent on the speed at which the
vehicle is travelling and the weight of the object.

WARNING

Never exceed the maximum permissible load of the respective fasteners,

nets, hooks etc. If heavy objects have not been suitably secured, there is a
risk of injury!

Do not exceed the permissible axle loads and permissible gross weight of

the vehicle – There is a risk of an accident!

An unsecured dirt or improperly attached load could slip during a sudden

manoeuvre or in an accident - There is a risk of injury!

Loose cargo could hit a deployed airbag and injure occupants – danger of

death!

When transporting loads in the luggage compartment that has been en-

larged by folding one of the rear seats forward, care should be taken to en-
sure the safety of passengers transported on the other rear seat.

CAUTION

Never exceed the maximum permissible load of the respective fasteners,

nets, hooks, etc. - these could be damaged.

Please ensure that the heating elements for the rear window heater are not

damaged as a result of abrasive objects.

Do not place sharp objects in the nets and storage compartments in the lug-

gage compartment - there is a risk of damage to the net as well as the com-
partments.

Put the items in the storage compartments carefully and do not put point-

shaped objects - there is a risk of damage to the compartments.

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Fastening elements

Fig. 100  Fasteners: Version 1/version 2

Read and observe   and   on page 86 first.

The fasteners are located on both sides of the luggage compartment.
Overview of the fastening elements 

» Fig. 100

Lashing eyes for securing items of luggage, fastening nets and multifunc-
tion pocket
Fastening strip with integrated hook for attaching fastening nets and mul-
tifunction pocket
Lashing eyes only for fastening fixing nets

The maximum static load of the individual lashing eyes 

A

 is 350 kg 

C

 is 150

kg.

Fixing nets

Fig. 101  Fastening examples for nets

A

B

C

Read and observe   and   on page 86 first.

Fastening examples for nets 

» Fig. 101

Horizontal pocket
Floor net
Vertical pocket

The maximum permissible load of each of the nets is 1.5 kg.

Multifunction pocket

Fig. 102 
Securing the multifunction pock-
et

Read and observe   and   on page 86 first.

The pocket 

» Fig. 102

 can be secured to the fastening elements 

A

and

B

» Fig. 100

 on page 87.

The maximum permissible load for the bag attached to the fastening element
is 3 kg.

CAUTION

In vehicles with a variable loading floor, it is not possible to attach the bag to
the fastening elements.

A
B
C

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Fastening bar with sliding hook

Fig. 103  Sliding hook onto the mounting bar / removing hook

Read and observe   and   on page 86 first.

A fastening bar is located on both sides of the luggage compartment with two
moveable hooks each, in order to attach small items of luggage, such as bags,
etc.
The maximum permissible load of each of the hooks is 7.5 kg.

Moving the hook

Fold up the hook in direction of arrow 

1

 

» Fig. 103

 until an angle of approx.

45° is reached.

Move the hook in the direction of the arrow 

2

 into the desired position and

fold down the hook as far as the stop in direction of arrow 

3

.

Removing hooks
The hook can be removed only in the rear region of the attachment bar.

Fold the hook upwards in direction of arrow 

4

 

» Fig. 103

 until it disengages,

and remove in the direction of arrow 

5

.

Inserting hook

Position the hook on the fastening strip in a vertical position in direction of
arrow 

5

 

» Fig. 103

 and lightly press it on.

Fold the hook up to the stop away from arrow 

4

 until it locks.

Flexible storage compartment

Fig. 104 
Flexible storage compartment

Read and observe   and   on page 86 first.

The flexible storage compartment can be installed on the right-hand side of
the boot 

» Fig. 104

.

The storage compartment is designed for storing small objects with a maxi-
mum total weight of 8 kg.

To use,insert the two ends of the storage compartment into the openings in
the side trim of the luggage compartment and push the shelf down to lock.

To remove grasp the storage compartment on both top edges, press the up-
per corners inwards and release the storage compartment by pulling up-
wards.

Remove the storage compartment by pulling towards you.

CAUTION

The flexible storage compartment cannot be installed on vehicles with the var-
iable loading floor.

Floor covering on both sides

Read and observe   and   on page 86 first.

You can fit a double-sided floor covering in the luggage compartment. One
side is made of fabric, the other side is washable (suitable for transporting wet
or dirty items).

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Using the system

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