Rear seatRear seat  - Seat and seat belts - Mitsubishi ASX Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi ASX

• When a person sits in the rear seat, pull up the head restraint to a height WARNING

• When a person sits in the rear seat, pull up the head restraint to a height at which it locks in position. Be sure to make this adjustment before starting to drive. Serious injuries could otherwise be suffered as the result of an impact. Refer to “Head restraints”.

Armrest*

To use the armrest, fold it down.

To return to the original position, push it backward level with the seat.

NOTE

• Do not climb or sit on the armrest. Doing so could damage the armrest. NOTE

• Do not climb or sit on the armrest. Doing so could damage the armrest.
• The top surface of the armrest contains a cup holder for rear seat occupants.

Refer to “Cup holder”.

Armrest through lid

Open the lid to gain access to the luggage compartment from the cabin. This feature is useful for carrying long objects while accommodating 2 passengers in the rear seats.

Fold down the armrest. Then slide the knob (A) down while pulling it forward to open the lid.

Head restraints

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