Close trunk lid
1. Pull the cover backwards by the handle ÿ fig.
186 1 , and hook it into the anchor (arrows).
Do not attach any roof rack or carrier system, such
as a bicycle rack, to the vehicle's spoiler.
Remove trunk cover
1. If necessary, open the boot lid.
2. Press the cover support in the direction of the arrow
and hold it in this position ÿ fig. 187 1
3. Pull the cover upwards and unclip the bracket ÿ
fig. 187 1
Depending on the equipment, once the cover has been
removed, it can be stored under the boot floor.
Install trunk cover
1. Place one side of the cover into the corresponding
side trim pocket.
2. Press the bracket on the other side of the cover
and hold it down.
Fig. 186 In the luggage compartment: open the luggage compartment cover.
3. Insert the support ÿ fig. 187 1 in the slot of the
corresponding side trim.
4. Release the cover bracket.
5. Check that the cover is engaged with
If animals or loose or improperly secured objects
are transported on the boot cover, they could
damage the cover and cause serious injury in the
event of a sudden stop, sudden maneuver or
· Never transport objects on the boot cover.
· Never carry animals on the boot cover.
Fig. 187 In the boot: remove the boot cover.
Open trunk cover
Depending on the equipment, a luggage
If the boot cover is mounted in front of
compartment cover can be mounted behind the
second row of seats.
a rear seat, could cause serious injury in the event
of a sudden stop or accident.
1. Pull the cover back, by the handle
ÿ fig. 186 1 , and unhook it upwards from the side
· When someone is traveling in the third row seats,
never mount the trunk cover in front of that row.
2. Guide the cover forward by hand. To the
doing so, the cover rolls up ÿ .
Driving without the covers in place in the pockets
of the boot cover can cause serious injury in the
event of sudden braking, sudden maneuvering or
Transport of objects
· On vehicles with 7 seats, always fit the covers
into the slots in the boot cover when the boot
cover is removed.
If the trunk cover is stored incorrectly, it could cause
damage to the electrical system or the passenger
· When storing the trunk cover, make sure
as long as it does not come into contact with the
12-volt battery housed in the trunk.
If the boot cover is not fastened, it can roll up quickly
with nothing to stop it. This can cause damage to
the boot and boot cover.
· Always guide the cover forwards with your hand.
Trunk floor (5 seats)
stow trunk cover
Fig. 189 In the boot: raise the boot floor.
Fig. 188 Under the boot floor: stow the boot cover.
Open the boot floor
1. Pull the boot floor out of the recess
Depending on the equipment, once the cover has
ÿ fig. 189 upwards, in the direction of the arrow.
been removed, it can be stored under the boot floor
Close the boot floor
1. Raise the boot floor.
1. Guide the floor carefully down ÿ .
2. Place the boot floor in its original position.
To create more storage space, the boot floor can
also be adjusted in height depending on equipment ÿ
3. Place the boot cover on the support provided for
this ÿ fig. 188.
If the 12 volt battery is mounted in the boot, do not
store the boot cover under the boot floor ÿ . If the
third row of seats is to be used, store the cover
Improper use of the boot floor can cause damage to
the boot floor or to the boot trim.
safely at home if necessary.
· When closing the boot floor, always carefully guide
it downwards without letting it fall.
· As far as possible, always distribute the load over
the entire boot area to avoid over-loading a single
In the event of a sudden stop or accident, two objects could
be thrown through the passenger compartment and cause
serious or fatal injury or damage.
· Do not store the boot cover unsecured in the boot.
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