Q: How do I use the door lock buttons?

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How do I use the door lock buttons?

Each door has a door lock button, directly next to the interior door handle. These buttons can be used to lock the doors individually. When a button is pushed toward the front of the car, the door is locked. When a button is pushed toward the rear of the car, the door is unlocked.

Tip

When the front doors are locked, they can still be opened from inside the car, by pulling the handle.

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