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Q: How do you use the cup holders?

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How do you use the cup holders?

Depending on your trim level and how your car is equipped, it will have a number of cup holders in the interior. Here’s where you should look:

  1. In the center console: There are two potential styles of cup holders you could have in the front console. Both have flip-up lids, and hold two cups.

  2. In the rear: The rear armrest folds down out of the back seat and contains two cup holders.

  3. Coupes: If you drive a coupe, the rear cup holders will be located on the side wall next to each passenger seat (only one per seat).

  4. Soft bottle holder: Your car may also be equipped with a soft bottle holder next to the map pocket on the driver’s door.

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