Q: How do I access the luggage floor box?

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How do I access the luggage floor box?

The luggage floor box is located at the base of your trunk, and provides secure extra storage. To open the luggage floor box, press on the button, or pull on the handle (depending on your model), then lift the floor ox up. The floor box has partitions, which can be moved to increase storage space.

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