Essential Safety Equipment
Always leave your car locked and keep the car keys safely away from children (Saloon):
Leaving your car unlocked or the keys in reach of children is dangerous. Children
who ﬁ nd their way into the boot through an unlocked rear seatback or an open boot
can become accidentally locked in the boot. This could result in death or brain damage
from heat prostration, particularly in the summer. Always lock the doors and the boot,
and as an added measure, keep the rear seatbacks locked, whether you have children in
your home or not.
When operating a seat, be careful not to put your hands or ﬁ ngers near the moving
parts of the seat or on the side trim to prevent injury.
When moving the seats, make sure there is no cargo in the surrounding area. If the
cargo gets caught it could damage the cargo.
(Manual Seat) When returning a rear-reclined seatback of a front seat to its upright position, make
sure you hold onto the seatback with your other hand while operating the lever. If the
seatback is not supported, it will ﬂ ip forward suddenly and could cause injury.
(Power Seat) The seat-bottom power adjustment is operated by motors. Avoid extended operation
because excessive use can damage the motors.
To prevent the battery from running down, avoid using the power adjustment when
the engine is stopped. The adjuster uses a large amount of electrical power.
Do not use the switch to make more than one adjustment at a time.
When returning a rear seat to its original position, place the seat belt in its normal
position. Verify that the seat belt pulls out and retracts.
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