Storage Compartments

WARNING:
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.

CAUTION:
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.

Glove Box

To open the glove box, pull the latch


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

If the glove box has a lock, insert the key and turn it clockwise to lock, counterclockwise to unlock.

Center Console

To open, pull the lower release latch.


To open, pull the lower release latch.

Small items can be placed in the tray of


Small items can be placed in the tray of the center console lid.

To open it, pull the upper release latch.

Cargo Securing Loops (5 Door)

WARNING:
Make sure luggage and cargo is secured before driving:
Not securing cargo while driving is dangerous as it could move or be crushed during sudden braking or a collision and cause injury.

Use the loops in the luggage compartment


Use the 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 loops as it will damage them.

NOTE:
To secure cargo with a rope or net, the trunk board loops can be used in the same way as the cargo securing loops.

Cargo Sub-Compartment (5 Door)

With flexible floor board

To use the cargo sub-compartment,


To use the cargo sub-compartment, partially open or remove the trunk boards.

Without flexible floor board

To use the cargo sub-compartment,


To use the cargo sub-compartment, remove or lift the trunk board.

Flexible Floor Board (5 Door)

The luggage compartment can be


The luggage compartment can be separated vertically and/or horizontally, using the trunk board and the trunk board loops.

CAUTION:
Make sure the trunk board is firmly secured when it is fitted into the trunk board loops. If it is not firmly secured, it could unexpectedly disengage causing damage to the trunk board loops or the trunk board.

NOTE:
The trunk board loops can be used in the same way as the cargo securing loops. The tensile strength of the loops is 147 N (15 kgf, 33 lbf).

Do not apply excessive force to the trunk board loops as it will damage them.

To separate vertically


To separate vertically

Use the rear trunk board to separate the luggage compartment vertically.

1. Pull the trunk board loops out.


1. Pull the trunk board loops out.

2. Insert the trunk board loops into the


2. Insert the trunk board loops into the trunk board slits.

NOTE:
To facilitate insertion of the trunk board loops into the trunk board slits, first insert the bottom of the rear trunk board into the groove of the luggage sub-compartment.

3. Rock the trunk board to make sure the


3. Rock the trunk board to make sure the board is installed securely.

To separate horizontally

Use the front trunk board to separate the luggage compartment horizontally.

CAUTION:
trunk board or apply excessive Do not place heavy objects on the
trunk board or apply excessive force as they could damage the trunk board. The permissible weight is about 5 kg (11 lb).

separate the luggage Do not use the rear trunk board to
separate the luggage
compartment horizontally. The rear trunk board cannot be locked to the trunk board loops and it could move and cause injury while the vehicle is moving.

1. Pull the trunk board loops out.


1. Pull the trunk board loops out.

2. Insert the trunk board loop into slit A.


2. Insert the trunk board loop into slit A.

3. Insert the other trunk board loop into


3. Insert the other trunk board loop into slit B until a click sound is heard.

4. Rock the trunk board to make sure the board is installed securely.

CAUTION:
Do not place or remove luggage via the rear passenger seat area while the vehicle is moving. The trunk board or luggage could move and cause injury.

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