Q: How do I fold the rear seats into table mode?

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How do I fold the rear seats into table mode?

If equipped, the rear seats in your car can be folded down and turned into a table. To do so, lift the handle that is near the head rest for the rear seats, then push the back of the seat forward, until it lays flat. To return the seat to normal, lift the seat back up until it snaps into place.

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