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Volkswagen Polo Owners Manual: Folding the seat cushion and backrests on the rear bench seat forwards and backwards

Volkswagen Polo Owners Manual / Transporting items / Luggage compartment / Folding the seat cushion and backrests on the rear bench seat forwards and backwards

Fig. 82 Rear bench seat: folding the rear seat cushion forwards

Fig. 83 Rear bench seat: release button ①, red marking ② or release button ③

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

The rear seat cushions and backrests can be folded forward to extend the luggage compartment.

Folding the rear seat cushions forwards

Folding the rear seat backrest forwards

Folding back the rear seat backrest

Folding the rear seat cushion back

WARNING

Injuries can be caused if the rear backrests are folded forwards and backwards carelessly.

NOTICE

Before folding the rear seat backrests forwards, adjust the front seats so that the rear head restraints or rear seat cushions do not rub against the front seats. Remove the head restraint, if necessary .
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