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Q: Where are the power outlets?

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Where are the power outlets?

Your vehicle has two power outlets, which you can use to power electrical devices. The first power outlet is located on the center floor console, near the front. The second power outlet is located at the rear of the center floor console, and is designed for the rear seat drivers.

Tip

Never try and plug a device into the power outlet while you are driving. Wait until you are fully stopped, or let a passenger plug in the device for you.

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