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Skoda Octavia (2019 year). Instruction - part 6

 

 

CAUTION

Metal objects between the pad and the phone to be charged can become hot

due to the action of the induction field - this is a risk of damage to the tele-

phone.

With some phones, the charging process can be interrupted or the phone

can switch off due to heating up.

Do not insert any electronic or magnetic storage media (e.g. SD cards, USB

sticks, cards with magnetic strips or chips) between the pad and the phone to

be charged- there is a risk of data loss and damage to these data carriers.

If a message appears in the Infotainment screen that the phone cannot be

charged, then proceed as follows.

Check that there is no object between the support and the phone to be

charged. If this is the case, then take out the object and the phone. Place the

phone centrally on the phone symbol on the pad again.

Check if the position of the phone to be charged has not changed during

the journey. If this is the case, then take out the phone and put it back cen-

trally on the phone symbol on the pad.

Note

At the start of the wireless charging, the appropriate message appears on

the Infotainment screen.

For the optimum phone signal strength and uninterrupted wireless charging,

we recommend position the phone in the storage compartment without the

protective sleeve, if possible.

Insert a max. 160x84 mm into the storage compartment.

USB inputs

Fig. 101  Front USB input/rear USB inputs

Read and observe   and   on page 91 first.

The USB input is above the storage compartment in the front centre console

and, depending on the equipment, also in the rear centre console 

» Fig. 101

.

The USB input in the front centre console can be used for charging and for da-

ta transmission. The USB inputs in the rear centre console can be used only for

charging.
Information for use 

» page 150

USB input.

Cup holders

Fig. 102  Cup holder at the front/rear

Read and observe   and   on page 91 first.

The cup holders are located in the front centre console 

A

 and in the rear arm-

rest 

B

 

» Fig. 102

.

Two beverage containers can be placed into the cup holder.
In the front area of the holder 

A

, a beverage container can be opened with

one hand by pushing the container into the holder and turning the lid.

WARNING

Do not use breakable cups or beakers (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 – risk of scalding!

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CAUTION

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

There is a risk of spilling e.g. when braking which may cause damage to the

electrical components or seat upholstery.

Waste container

Fig. 103  Waste container: inserting and moving/opening

Fig. 104  Replace bags

Read and observe   and   on page 91 first.

The waste container can be inserted into the slots in the doors.

Insert waste container

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

Push the waste container in the rear area in the direction of the arrow 

A

» Fig. 103

.

If required, push the waste container in the direction of arrow 

B

.

Remove the waste container

Remove the waste container in the opposite direction to the arrow 

A

» Fig. 103

.

Open/close waste container

Lift the cover in the direction 

C

» Fig. 103

.

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. 104

.

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

2

.

Remove the bag from the frame.

Pull the new bag through the frame and pull it over the bag frame in the di-

rection of arrow 

3

.

Insert the bag containing the frame in the direction of arrow 

4

 into the con-

tainer body, so that the two lugs engage audibly with the frame.

Note

We recommend that you use 20 x 30 cm bags.

Multimedia holder

Fig. 105 

Multimedia holder

Read and observe   and   on page 91 first.

Multimedia holder 

» Fig. 105

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 underneath the front armrest

Fig. 106 

Opening the storage compart-

ment

Read and observe   and   on page 91 first.

To open, pull the armrest by the handle 

A

 to the stop 

» Fig. 106

.

To close, fold down the armrest.

Glasses storage box

Fig. 107 

Opening the glasses storage box

Read and observe   and   on page 91 first.

To open, press on the outer edge of the glasses compartment in area 

A

 .

The compartment folds in the direction of the arrow 

» Fig. 107

.

To close, swivel the compartment against the direction of the arrow until it

audibly clicks into place.

The maximum permissible load of the glasses compartment is 250 g.

CAUTION

Do not put any heat-sensitive objects in the glasses storage box - with high

temperatures there is risk of damage.

The box must be closed before leaving and locking the vehicle – risk of im-

pairment to the functions of the anti-theft alarm system.

Storage compartment on the front passenger side

Fig. 108  Open storage compartment / close storage compartment and

open air supply

Read and observe   and   on page 91 first.

The storage compartment is equipped with an interior light (this is illuminated

when the parking lights / low beam are switched on), a pen/card holder and an

air outlet.

Storage compartment

To open, pull the handle 

A

 in the direction of arrow 

1

 and fold the cover in

the direction of arrow 

2

 

» Fig. 108

.

To close, swivel the cover in the direction of arrow 

3

 until it audibly clicks

into place.

Air supply

To open, turn the rotary switch until it stops in the position  

» Fig. 108

.

To close, turn the rotary switch until it stops in the position .

Opening the air supply when the air conditioning system is switched on allows

cooled air to flow into the storage compartment.
Opening the air inlet when the air conditioning system is on causes fresh or in-

terior air to flow into the storage compartment.

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The maximum permissible load of the storage compartment is 3 kg.

Storage compartment for an umbrella

Fig. 109 

Opening the storage compart-

ment

Read and observe   and   on page 91 first.

To open, pull the handle in direction of arrow 

1

 pull and open the compart-

ment in the direction of arrow 

2

» Fig. 109

.

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

2

 until it audibly

clicks into place.

Clothes hook

Fig. 110 

Clothes hooks

Read and observe   and   on page 91 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. 110

.

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

WARNING

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

of clothing hung up.

To hang the clothes do not use hangers - there is a risk of limiting the ef-

fectiveness of head airbags.

Ensure that any clothes hanging from the hooks do not impair your vision

to the outside.

Storage pockets on the backs of the front seats

Fig. 111 

Map pockets

Read and observe   and   on page 91 first.

The map pockets are intended for storage of maps, magazines, etc.

Folding table on the front seat rest

Fig. 112 

Opening the folding table

Read and observe   and   on page 91 first.

To fold down, raise the table in the horizontal position in the direction of the

arrow 

» Fig. 112

.

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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

During the trip to the table must be in folded-down - otherwise there is

danger of injury.

Do not use breakable cups or beakers (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 – risk of scalding!

Storage compartment in rear centre console

Fig. 113 

Opening the storage compart-

ment

Read and observe   and   on page 91 first.

Toopen Pull the handle on the upper section of the recess and open out the

compartment in the direction of the arrow 

» Fig. 113

.

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

There is a cushioned insert in the storage compartment. This can be removed

if the storage compartment is opened to the stop.

Long cargo channel

Fig. 114  Open lid: from the passenger compartment / from the luggage

compartment

Read and observe   and   on page 91 first.

To open from the passenger compartment, fold down the rear armrest

slightly 

» page 88

.

Pull handle 

A

 in the direction of arrow 

1

 and fold down the cover in the

direction of arrow 

2

 

» Fig. 114

.

To open from the luggage compartment, push the securing tab 

B

 in the di-

rection of the arrow and fold the cover with the armrest forwards.

To close, fold the cover and the rear armrest upwards until the stop. This

should audibly click into place.

The cover must be secured after the closing process. Ensure that the red field

above the securing tab 

B

 is not visible.

WARNING

The through-loading channel is only intended for transporting skis in a

properly secured, through-loading bag.

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Removable through-loading bag

Fig. 115  Tighten ribbon / secure through-loading bag

Read and observe   and   on page 91 first.

The removable through-loading bag (hereinafter referred to as bag) is used ex-

clusively for transporting skis and poles (max. 4 pairs).

Stowing bag and skis

Fold the rear armrest and the cover in the seat backrest downwards

» Fig. 114

 on page 97.

Place the empty bag in the opening in such a way that the end of the bag

with the zip is in the boot.

Place the skis with the tips facing to the front and the sticks with the tips

facing to the rear into the bag and close the bag.

Securing bag and skis

Tighten the strap 

A

 around the skis in front of the bindings 

» Fig. 115

. The

strap must hold the skis tight.

Partially fold the middle seat backrest forward 

» page 87

.

Guide the securing strap 

B

 through the opening in the seat backrest around

the upper part of the seat backrest.

Then, fold the seat backrests back until the locking button clicks into place.

Check this by pulling on the seat backrest.

Insert the securing strap 

B

 into the lock 

C

 until it clicks into place.

WARNING

The total weight of the skis which are transported must not exceed 17 kg.

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

a risk of injury or accident!

Electrical sockets

Introduction

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 -

cause an accident!

Safely stow all devices during the journey to prevent them from being

thrown around the interior in the event of a sudden braking manoeuvre or

an accident – risk of death!

The devices may warm up during operation – risk of injury or fire!

Improper use of the power sockets and the electrical accessories can

cause fires, burns and other serious injuries.

The 12-Volt sockets also work if the ignition is switched off. When leaving

the vehicle, never leave persons who are not completely independent, such

as children, unattended in the vehicle.

CAUTION

When using the 12 volt power outlets the following notes are to be observed.

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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12-volt power outlet

Fig. 116  12-volt socket cover: in the front centre console/in the luggage

compartment

Read and observe   and   on page 98 first.

To use, remove the cover from the socket 

» Fig. 116

 -  or open the cover of

the socket 

» Fig. 116

 - .

Connect the plug for the electrical appliance to the socket.

230-volt socket

Fig. 117  Open the cover of the 230 volt outlet / 230 volt outlet

Read and observe   and   on page 98 first.

The 230-volt socket has a child safety lock. When inserting the plug, the fuse

is released, the socket is activated and the warning light above the socket is

illuminates green (if this flashes red, then the socket is deactivated).

The socket works with the engine running (in STOP mode in vehicles with the

START-STOP system) and for about 10 minutes after the engine is switched

off, provided an appliance was still connected prior to switching off the engine

(the warning light flashes green)).

To use, fold up the cover of the socket in the direction of arrow 

» Fig. 117

 and

plug the electrical appliance plug into the socket.

Before removing the electrical appliance plug from the socket, fold open the

cover of the socket part way in the direction of the arrow.

An automatic deactivation of the socket can take place, for example, for

the following reasons.

Excessive current.

Low state of charge of the battery.

High outlet temperature.

If disabling reasons no longer exist, the automatic activation of the socket can

be done.
Should no automatic activation of the socket take place, the connected devi-

ces must be disconnected from the power outlet and reconnect after a short

time.

WARNING

Make sure that no liquid or moisture enters into the socket - it can be fa-

tal! If fluid does manage to get into the power socket, completely dry out

the socket before reuse.

The child lock on the power socket is unlocked when using adapters and

extension cables which carry volts – risk of injury!

Do no insert any objects (e.g. knitting needles) into the contacts of the

power socket – risk of death!

CAUTION

The power socket can only be used for connecting approved electrical ac-

cessories with a two-pin 230V plug, with a total power uptake of up to

150 watt.

The plug of the electrical appliance must be plugged in up to the stop, other-

wise the child safety lock can be unlocked and the socket may be activated

but the electric appliance is still not receiving power.

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Do not connect bulbs with neon tubes in the socket - there is a risk of dam-

aging the lamp.

For appliances with an independent power source (e.g. such as notebooks),

first connect the power source itself and only after that connect the appliance.

Ashtray and cigarette lighter

Introduction

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

WARNING

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

Ashtray

Fig. 118  Remove / open / disassemble ashtray

Fig. 119 

Removing the rear ashtray in-

sert

Read and observe   on page 100 first.

Removable ashtray

Remove the ashtray in the direction of the arrow 

A

 

» Fig. 118

Insertion

takes place in reverse order.

To open the ashtray, turn the cover in the direction of arrow 

B

Closing

takes place in reverse order.

To disassemble turn the entire cover in the direction 

1

 until it stops and re-

move in direction of arrow 

2

Assembling takes place in reverse order.

Ashtray with removable insert

To remove the insert, open the ashtray fully, hold the insert in area 

C

 and

remove in the direction of the arrow 

» Fig. 119

.

Insertion takes place in reverse order.

Cigarette lighter

Fig. 120 

Cigarette lighter

Read and observe   on page 100 first.

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

lighter clicks out again 

» Fig. 120

.

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 - it can cause burns.

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Note

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

Tablet holder

Introduction

External devices (e.g. tablet, smartphone etc.) measuring min. 122 mm and

max. 195 mm can be secured in the holder.
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.

Attaching the rear headrests

Fig. 121  Inserting: Adapter/Holder

Fig. 122  Removal: Holder/Adapter

Read and observe   on page 101 first.

Toinsert, attach the opened adapter to the guide rods of the front headrest

and clip in the direction of arrow

1

» Fig. 121

 

» 

.

Clip in 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 out of the adapter in the direction of arrow 

4

 

» Fig. 122

.

Press the adapter and remove in the direction of the arrow 

5

 from the

guide rods of the headrest.

WARNING

Be careful with the adapter- otherwise there is a risk of finger injury.

Handling the holder

Fig. 123  Tilting and rotating the holder

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Fig. 124 

Adjusting the holder size

Read and observe   on page 101 first.

The holder may be by 30° in the direction of the arrow 

1

 tipped and by 360°

in the direction of arrow 

2

 turned 

» Fig. 123

.

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. 124

.

Note

If there is no external device in the holder, then we recommend that the part

B

 is moved down fully. Otherwise, irritating noise may occur at certain

speeds.

Transport of cargo

Luggage compartment

Introduction

When transporting heavy objects, the driving characteristics change due to

the shift in centre-of-gravity. Therefore, adjust the speed and driving mode ac-

cordingly.

When transporting cargo the following the 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 securing nets so that they can-

not slip.

Place heavy objects as far forward in the luggage compartment as possible.

Tyre pressure is to match 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.

Luggage compartment light

The light switches on/off when the boot lid is opened or closed.
If the boot lid is open and the ignition switched off, the light will extinguish au-

tomatically after around 10 minutes.

WARNING

Never exceed the maximum permissible load of the respective fasteners,

nets, hooks etc. Heavy objects were not secured sufficiently – risk of injury!

An unfixed or improperly fixed load can slip during a sudden manoeuvre or

an accident - danger 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 the rear seats forward, ensure the safety of the passen-

gers transported on the other rear seats .

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CAUTION

Never exceed the maximum permissible load of the respective fasteners,

nets, hooks etc. - these could be damaged.

Make sure that the heating elements of the rear window heater, the ele-

ments of the integrated aerial in the rear window or in the rear side windows

are not damaged by abrasive items.

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 not load these

punctiform - there is a risk of damage to the compartments.

Fastening elements

Fig. 125  Fastening elements: Variant 1/variant 2 (G-TEC)

Fig. 126  Fastening elements: Version 3/version 4

Read and observe   and   on page 102 first.

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

» Fig. 125

and 

» Fig. 126

Fasteners for securing fastening nets and multifunction pocket
Lashing eyes only for fastening fixing nets
Lashing eyes for fastening of cargo and fastening nets (in variant 1, the

rear and centre eye is additionally provided for securing the multifunction-

al bag)
Lashing eyes for fastening cargo and fastening nets
Lashing eyes for fastening cargo and fastening nets

The lashing eyelet 

B

 is located behind the folding rear seat backrest .

The maximum permissible static load of the individual lashing eyes 

C

 and 

E

 is

350 kg.
The maximum permissible load of the individual lashing eyes is 

D

 is 150 kg.

Fixing nets

Fig. 127  Fastening examples for nets

A
B
C

D

E

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Fig. 128 

Fastening vertical pocket

Read and observe   and   on page 102 first.

Fastening examples for nets 

» Fig. 127

 and 

» Fig. 128

Horizontal pocket
Floor net
Vertical pocket

The maximum permissible load of each of the nets is 1.5 kg.
If the vehicle is equipped with the variable loading floor and this is in the upper

position, then the lashing eyes 

E

 

» Fig. 126

 on page 103 can be used for at-

taching the nets.

CAUTION

On vehicles with lashing eyes 

D

 

» Fig. 125

 on page 103 only the cross-bag are

attached behind the seats and the floor net (the net can be attached to the

rear fasteners 

A

 

» Fig. 125

 on page 103at the rear).

Multifunction pocket

Fig. 129 

Securing the multifunction

pocket

A
B
C

Read and observe   and   on page 102 first.

The pocket 

» Fig. 129

 can be secured to the fastening elements 

A

 and the

rear and centre lashing eyes 

C

 

» Fig. 125

 on page 103.

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.

Folding double hooks

Fig. 130 

Folding double hooks

Read and observe   and   on page 102 first.

Folding double hooks

» Fig. 130

 for attaching small items of luggage, such as

bags etc. are provided on one or both sides of the luggage compartment de-

pending on the equipment installed in the vehicle (e.g. Bags etc.).
An item of luggage with a maximum weight of 5 kg can be attached to each

side of the double hook.

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Foldable hook

Fig. 131 

Fold down hook

Read and observe   and   on page 102 first.

Foldable hooks for hanging small items of luggage, such as bags, etc., are pro-

vided on both sides of the luggage compartment.

To the use on the lower part 

A

 Press the hook and pull it down in direction

of the arrow 

» Fig. 131

.

The maximum permissible load of the hook is 7 kg.

Fasten the flooring

Fig. 132  Fixing the floor covering: Version 1/version 2

Read and observe   and   on page 102 first.

Fastening options for the flooring 

» Fig. 132

With the loop on a hook on the luggage compartment cover
With the hook on the frame of the luggage compartment lid

CAUTION

For version 1, the following information applies.

The hook on the luggage compartment cover is only provided for the fixing

of the floor covering, do not hang objects on it - there is a risk of damage to

hook.

The flooring covering can be fixed to the hook only with the boot open. Be-

fore closing the lid, check that the flooring is not attached to the hook - there

is a risk of damage to the hook.

CAUTION

The floor covering can be fixed with Version 2 only if the variable loading floor

is folded in the upper position 

» Fig. 146

 on page 111.

Floor covering on both sides

Read and observe   and   on page 102 first.

A double-sided floor covering can be fitted in the luggage compartment. One

side is made of fabric, the other side is washable (suitable for transporting wet

or dirty items ).

CAUTION

The double sided floor covering can only be used in vehicles without the varia-

ble loading floor

» page 110

 - There is a risk of damage to the variable loading

floor.

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Net on the luggage compartment cover

Fig. 133 

Net on the luggage compart-

ment cover

Read and observe   and   on page 102 first.

The net at the bottom of the luggage compartment cover 

» Fig. 133

 is provi-

ded for transporting light and soft items.
The maximum permissible load of the net is 1.5 kg.

Luggage compartment cover

Fig. 134  Remove the luggage compartment cover

Fig. 135 

Luggage compartment cover

stowed behind the rear seats

Read and observe   and   on page 102 first.

If the retaining straps 

A

 

» Fig. 134

 are attached to the boot lid, then opening

the lid will also raise the luggage compartment cover (hereafter only referred

to as "cover").
The cover can be removed from the vehicle and stowed behind the rear seat

backrests if required 

» Fig. 135

. Before removing the cover, the sunshade at

the back must be rolled up

» page 80

.

Removing

On both sides of the boot lid, unhook the straps 

A

 in the direction of arrow

1

 

» Fig. 134

.

Hold the raised cover and press on the two sides on the underside of the

cover in the area of the recess 

C

.

Remove the cover in the direction of the arrow 

2

.

Fitting

Place the fixtures 

B

 on the cover above the brackets 

C

 on the side trim

» Fig. 134

.

Press on the two sides to the upper side of the cover in the region of the

mounts 

C

. The fixtures 

B

 must lock into place of the recess 

C

 on both

sides of the luggage compartment.

On both sides of the boot lid, unhook the straps 

A

.

WARNING

Do not place any objects on the cover during the trip - There is a risk of

injury if you brake or have a collision!

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CAUTION

Observe the following instructions to avoid canting and the subsequent

damage to the cover or the side trim.

The cover must be inserted properly and the load must not exceed the

height of the cover.

The cover must not be jammed in the surrounding seal of the luggage com-

partment lid when it is in the raised position.

There must be no object in the gap between the cover in the raise position

and the rear backrest.

Roll-up cover

Fig. 136  Roll-up cover: extending/retracting/removing

Fig. 137  Removing side covers / stowing foldable luggage compartment

cover

Read and observe   and   on page 102 first.

Extending

Grasp the cover at grip-point 

A

 and pull it out in the direction of the arrow

1

 until it audibly clicks into place

» Fig. 136

.

Retracting

Push the cover in the handle area 

A

 in the direction of arrow 

2

 

» Fig. 136

.

The cover rolls up automatically. The rolled-up cover can now be removed.

Removing/inserting

Press on the side of the cross bar in the direction of arrow 

3

 and remove

the cover in the arrow direction 

4

 

» Fig. 136

.

Insertion takes place in reverse order.

Stowage

If the vehicle is equipped with the variable loading floor, then the removable

roll-up luggage compartment cover can be stowed in the recesses of the lug-

gage compartment side trim.

Fold the variable loading floor into the upper position 

» page 111

.

Remove the side covers in the direction of arrows 

1

 

» Fig. 137

.

Insert the front part of the roll-up luggage compartment cover under a por-

tion of the side trim 

D

 on the left.

Fold the rear part of the roll-up luggage compartment cover in the direction

of the arrow 

2

.

Reinsert the lamp in the opposite direction to the arrow 

1

.

Fold out the variable loading floor to the upper position.

WARNING

No objects should be placed on the roll-up cover - there is a risk of damage

to the cover and a risk of injury in the event of a sudden stop or a vehicle

collision!

CAUTION

It is possible that the roll-up luggage compartment cover rolls more slowly

during winter weather conditions. This is not a defect.

Note

If you want to stow the roll-up luggage compartment cover and the roof rack

at the same time, then it is necessary that the rear part of the roll-up luggage

compartment is covering the rear roof rack.

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Transport of cargo

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Storage compartment with cargo element

Fig. 138 

Remove storage compartment

Fig. 139  Remove cargo element / Load fastening example

Read and observe   and   on page 102 first.

The storage compartment with cargo element may be located on either of the

two sides of the luggage compartment, depending on the equipment variant.
The space behind the storage compartment is designed for storing small ob-

jects with a maximum total weight of 2.5 kg.
The cargo element is designed for attaching and securing objects with a maxi-

mum total weight of 8 kg.

Storage compartment

Remove the storage compartment cover in the direction of the ar-

row

» Fig. 138

Insertion takes place in reverse order.

Cargoelement

Before use, remove theCargoelement in the direction of arrow

» Fig. 139

 - .

Use thecargoelements to secure the load as close as possible to the rear

seats

» Fig. 139

 .

After use, stow the cargoelements in their original position.

Storage compartments under the floor covering

Fig. 140  Lift floor covering/storage compartments under the floor cov-

ering

Read and observe   and   on page 102 first.

For vehicles that are not equipped with an emergency wheel located under the

flooring of the luggage compartment 

B

 

» Fig. 140

.

Every storage compartment 

B

 is designed for storing small objects of up to

15 kg. in weight in total.

Use of the storage compartments

Dividing the luggage compartment with variable loading floor 

» page 111

.

Lift the floor covering in the direction of arrow

» Fig. 140

 and hook into hook

A

 on the upper edge of the variable loading floor.

Stow the cargo in the storage compartments.

Unhook hook 

A

 and fold back the flooring against the direction of the arrow

(fold back the variable loading floor to the initial position if necessary).

When transporting tall objects in the compartments, the hook 

A

 must be

hooked onto the upper edge of the variable loading floor.

CAUTION

Before closing the boot lid, check that the cargo transported in the storage

compartments does not strike against the luggage compartment cover - there

is a risk of damage to the lid.

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