Sliding loadspace floor

WARNING:
Do not slide the loadspace floor rearwards when the vehicle is standing on an incline of 15 degrees or more and facing uphill.

CAUTION:
The maximum permissible weight on the sliding loadspace floor is 200 kilogrammes (441 pounds).

The maximum permissible weight on the end of the sliding loadspace floor when the floor is in the fully extended position (slid outside the luggage compartment) is 120 kilogrammes (265 pounds).

Press the unlocking handle and pull the


Press the unlocking handle and pull the loadspace floor rearwards. It will stop and engage at a midway position.

To slide it out fully, press the unlocking


To slide it out fully, press the unlocking handle again and pull it out until it engages in the end position.

To slide it forwards, press the unlocking handle and push it forwards.

Note: You do not have to exert as much pressure on the unlocking handle if you push the loadspace floor forwards slightly when operating it.

Storage compartment

A storage compartment is located in the floor at the rear of the luggage compartment.

To gain access to the storage compartment, lift up the sliding loadspace floor as follows:


1. Press the unlocking handle and pull


1. Press the unlocking handle and pull the loadspace floor rearwards a short way.

2. Lift up the rear of the floor (1).

3. Push the floor forwards until it engages at the front (2).

4. Release the support leg from the clip on the underside of the floor.

5. Insert the end into the square retainer in the left-hand rail (3).

6. Lift the storage compartment cover using the loop.

To return the loadspace floor to the normal position:
1. Hold the floor with one hand and release the support leg with the other hand.

2. Insert the support leg back into the clip.

3. Lower the floor.

4. Press the unlocking handle and pull the loadspace floor rearwards until it drops into position on the rails.

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