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Q: Where are the rear cup holders?

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Where are the rear cup holders?

A: The rear cup holders are built into the rea...

The rear cup holders are built into the rear seatback, and can only be used when the center rear seat is unoccupied. To access the cup holders, pull down on the center rear seatback, until it lies flat on top of the seat cushion.

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