Unsecured or incorrectly positioned objects An unsecured or incorrectly positioned load can slide out of place and endanger the vehicle occupants during braking, extreme acceleration, changes of direction, or in an accident.
Do not transport items of luggage or objects unsecured in the vehicle interior.
Do not transport heavy objects in open storage compartments.
Always keep storage compartments closed while driving.
Heavy and bulky objects can damage the storage net.
Do not place any heavy or bulky objects in the storage net.
Depending on its equipment, the vehicle has the following storage options:
Glove compartment with pen holder
Storage bin in the center console between the front seats
Storage compartment in the door handle on the passenger's side
Storage and document compartment in the front door panel
Storage compartment and bottle holder in the front and rear door panel
Storage bin in the front center console (vehicles without smoker's package)
Oddments tray in the rear center console (vehicles with 2-zone air conditioning)
Storage compartment under the front seats
Front and rear cupholders
Map pockets on the back of the front seat backrests
Clothes hooks on the rear grab handles
Bag hook at the right-hand side of the trunk in direction of travel
Luggage net on the underside of the trunk cover
Storage net at the right-hand side of the trunk in direction of travel
Storage compartment under the trunk floor
Opening and closing the glove compartment
Fig. 219: Opening the glove compartment
Opening the glove compartment
Pull the handle (Fig. 219) and open the cover.
There is a pen holder on the inside of the glove compartment cover.
Closing the glove compartment
Always lock the handle with the emergency key to secure the contents from unauthorized access.
Please see chapter "Using the emergency key" on page 310.
For information on glove box cooling:
Please see chapter "Cooling the glove compartment (3-zone air conditioning)" on page 60.