Q: How do I use the cargo tie-downs?

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How do I use the cargo tie-downs?

The cargo tie-downs are a convenient feature that helps you transport items. Your vehicle has four cargo tie-downs: two on each side of the trunk, on the inside. To use the cargo tie-downs, simply hang or tie an item to one of these hooks.

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