Head restraints

Correctly adjusted head restraint

A correctly adjusted head restraint reduces the risk of neck injury in the event of an accident.

its center is at approx. ear level. Otherwise, there is an increased risk of injury Adjust the head restraint in such a way that its center is at approx. ear level. Otherwise, there is an increased risk of injury in the event of an accident. Only remove a head restraint if no one will be sitting on the seat in question. Reinstall the head restraint before transporting anyone on that seat; otherwise, the passenger will be without protection from the head restraint.

Height

Adjust the head restraint so that its center is approximately at ear level.

Distance

Adjust the distance so that the head restraint is as close as possible to the back of the head.

Front seats

Height adjustment

> To raise: pull up.

> To raise: pull up.
> To lower: press the button, arrow 1, and slide the head restraint down.

Removing

1.  Pull up as far as it will go.
2.  Press the button, arrow 1, and pull the head restraint all the way out.

Rear seats

Coupe: height adjustment

> To raise: pull up.

> To raise: pull up.
> To lower: press the button, arrow 1, and slide the head restraint down.

Convertible: raising and lowering

passengers in the rear. Raise all lowered head restraints before transporting passengers Only lower the head restraints if there are no passengers in the rear. Raise all lowered head restraints before transporting passengers in the rear.

> To raise: pull up.

> To raise: pull up.
> To lower: press the button, arrow 1, and slide the head restraint down, arrow 2.

Removing

1.  Pull up as far as it will go.
2.  Press the button, arrow 1, and pull the head restraint all the way out.

Coupe: folding head restraint down and up

Depending on your vehicle's equipment, it may contain foldable head restraints.

Depending on your vehicle's equipment, it may contain foldable head restraints.

Folding down:

Press the button, arrow 1.

Folding up:

Pull the head restraint.

no passengers in the rear. Fold up the head restraints again before transporting Only fold down the head restraints if there are no passengers in the rear. Fold up the head restraints again before transporting passengers in the rear.

Seat with manual longitudinal adjustment

Easy entry

Easy entry

The easy entry feature includes a memory function for the longitudinal adjustment and backrest angle.

1.  Pull lever 1and swing the backrest forward.
2.  Push the seat forward.

Previous position

Push the seat backward and swing the backrest back.

When pushing the seat into its rearmost position, make sure that no one is injured and that no objects are damaged.

Before driving off, engage both seats and backrests so that they are locked in place. Otherwise, there is a risk of an accident due to unexpected movement.

Seat with electrical longitudinal adjustment

Easy entry

Easy entry

The easy entry feature includes a memory function for the longitudinal adjustment and backrest angle.

1.  Pull lever 1and swing the backrest forward.
2.  Press the front end 2of the switch until the seat has moved into the desired position.

Previous position

Press the rear end 3of the switch until the seat automatically stops in its previous position, and fold the backrest back. If you release the switch before the previous seat position is reached, the seat will stop at its current position.

one is injured and no objects are damaged. When sliding the seat backward, make sure no one is injured and no objects are damaged.

Before driving off, engage both seats and backrests so that they are locked in place. Otherwise, there is a risk of an accident due to unexpected movement.

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