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Q: How do I access the third row seats?

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How do I access the third row seats?

A: If your car is equipped with the optional t...

If your car is equipped with the optional third row seating, it can seem to be a challenge for your passengers to get into the back seats. However, it doesn’t have to be difficult. Here’s what you need to do:

  • Open the passenger rear door (you can only get into the back seats this way from the passenger side).

  • Pull the seatback lever on the second row seat forward.

  • Fold the seatback down.

  • Slide the seat forward.

  • When the passengers have entered the third row seats, slide the second row seat back in place and raise the seatback.

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