Adaptive fixing system

The adaptive fixing system is used to divide up the cargo area. It consists of two brackets with a telescopic rail and retaining straps. These are guided into the two rails on the cargo area floor.

Before using the adaptive fixing system, Securing cargo
Before using the adaptive fixing system, fold up and lock the rear seat backrest; otherwise, the cargo could be thrown into the vehicle interior in an accident.◀

Adaptive fixing system
Adaptive fixing system

1. Brackets

2. Telescopic rail

3. Notch in the cargo area rail

Mounting brackets

The two brackets are connected with a telescopic rail.

1. Insert the brackets at the respective notch in the rail on the cargo area floor.

2. Press down the brackets to push them into the desired position.

3. Check the firm seating of the brackets. They must be clearly heard to engage.

Do not lay cargo on the brackets, as otherwise No cargo on brackets
Do not lay cargo on the brackets, as otherwise they could be unlocked.◀

Dividing up cargo area

    Dividing up cargo area

The cargo can be positioned as follows:

▷ Between the rear seat backrest and the telescopic rail
▷ Between the telescopic rail and the retaining strap Positioning cargo between telescopic rail and retaining strap:

1. Lay the cargo on the telescopic rail. Press the button, arrow 1, and route the retaining strap around the cargo, arrow 2.

2. Hook the retaining strap into the mount 3 on the telescopic rail.

3. Press the button of the bracket, arrow 1. The retaining strap is tensioned.

It is also possible to hook the two retaining straps onto each other.

When the adaptive fixing system is no longer needed, unhook the retaining strap and guide it back into the bracket holding the hook to prevent damage and injury.

Then slide the fastening system toward the front in order to permit the best possible use of the cargo area.

Removing brackets

Press down the brackets, slide them up to the notches of the rails and remove them.

Depending on the vehicle's equipment, the adaptive fixing system can be stored under the cargo floor panel in the cargo area.

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