Accessing the rear seats

Versions with one sliding side door (on passenger side)

From passengers side: open the sliding side door.

From drivers side: pull handle Ffig. 59a upwards to tip the seat back.

Once you have let go of the lever, check that the seat is firmly locked in the runners by trying to move it back and forth.

In the event of an emergency, you can get out of the rear seats from the drivers

side by tilting the drivers seat. In the event of an emergency, you can get out of the rear seats from the drivers side by tilting the drivers seat.

Versions with two sliding side doors

Open either of the two sliding side doors to access the rear seats.

You cannot open the left-hand sliding side door while refueling when the

You cannot open the left-hand sliding side door while refueling when the flap is open (see At the filling station in this section).

7-seat versions

To access the third row:

open the side sliding door;
lower the head restraints (if set in the normal position of use) (see paragraph Head restraints);
release lever A-fig. 59b and fold the seat forward onto the cushion;
raise the whole cushion fig. 59c.

To get out of the vehicle, reverse the above operations and make sure head restraints are lowered.

IMPORTANT

IMPORTANT

It is forbidden to travel with the second row seats tipped and third row seats set in normal position of use. More particularly, if the central seat of the second row is tipped and that of the third row is set in normal position of use, a buzzer will sound to indicate the wrong seat position.

passengers seated on the third row seats (as specified on the seat label). It is absolutely forbidden to travel with the second row seats tipped and passengers seated on the third row seats (as specified on the seat label).

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