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Q: Where are the rear cupholders?

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Where are the rear cupholders?

A: If equipped, the rear cupholders are locate...

If equipped, the rear cupholders are located in the rear seat armrest. The rear seat armrest is attached to the rear middle seatback, and can only be accessed when the seat is not occupied. To use the rear cupholders, pull the rear seat armrest down towards the seat. The armrest has cupholders on the top.

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