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Depending on whether the car has five, six* or seven* seats, the rear seat has either one or two* rear seat rows. The second seat row has three individual seats* , while the third seat row has two individual seats.
Adjusting the seat longitudinally in the second seat row*
In cars with 6 and 7 seats*, the seats in the second seat row can be adjusted forward or back individually in order to adapt the legroom for the second and third row passengers. It is not possible to adjust the rear seat longitudinally in a car with 5 seats.
Getting in/out of the third* seat row
The second row of seats can be adjusted in order to facilitate access to and from the third row of seats*.
Adjusting the head restraints in the second seat row
Adjust the centre seat head restraint according to the height of the passenger* to improve rearward visibility.
Lowering backrests in the second seat row
The second seat row has three individual seats* . The backrests can be lowered forward individually.
Adjusting the backrest inclination in the second seat row
Backrest inclination can be adjusted individually for each seat in the second seat row.
Lowering backrests in the third seat row*
The third seat row has two individual seats. These can be lowered forward individually.