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Mazda CX-9 (2022 year). Manual in english - page 1

 

 

Pictorial Index
Interior Overview
Interior Equipment (View A)
Door-lock knob
page 3-17
Turn and lane-change signal
page 4-65
Lighting control
page 4-58
Wiper and washer lever
page 4-66
TCS OFF switch
page 4-92
Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) & Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) OFF
switch
page 4-148
Parking sensor switch
page 4-264
360° View Monitor switch
page 4-175
Off-Road Traction Assist switch
page 4-96
Power liftgate switch
page 3-20
Outside mirror switch
page 3-32
Door-lock switch
page 3-16
Power window lock switch
page 3-37
Power window switches
page 3-37
1-2
The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle
Pictorial Index
Interior Overview
Interior Equipment (View B)
Audio control switches
page 5-20, 5-40
Dashboard illumination knob
page 4-17, 4-34
Instrument cluster
page 4-11
Cruise control switches
page 4-136, 4-235
Heated steering wheel switch
page 2-34
Hazard warning flasher switch
page 4-72
Wireless Charger (Qi)
page 5-64
Drive selection switch
page 4-97
Push button start
page 4-4
Lock release lever
page 2-5
Hood release handle
page 6-17
Remote fuel-filler lid release
page 3-30
The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle
1-3
Pictorial Index
Interior Overview
Interior Equipment (View C)
SRS air bags
page 2-69
Active driving display
page 4-45
Climate control system
page 5-2
Rear window defogger switch
page 4-70
Seat warmer switches
page 2-31
Mazda Connect
page 5-14, 5-33
Glove compartment
page 5-70
Selector lever
page 4-47
Commander switch
page 5-19, 5-37
AUTOHOLD switch
page 4-86
Electric parking brake (EPB) switch
page 4-80
Fuse block (Left side)
page 6-46
1-4
The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle
Pictorial Index
Interior Overview
Interior Equipment (View D)
Seat belts
page 2-35
SRS air bag
page 2-69
Rear door sunshade
page 5-75
Bottle holder
page 5-69
Sunvisor
page 5-55
Vanity mirror
page 5-55
Overhead lights
page 5-56
Moonroof switch
page 3-40
Rearview mirror
page 3-34
Accessory socket
page 5-60
Cup holders
page 5-67
Front seat
page 2-5
Center console
page 5-70
External input terminal
page 5-14, 5-33
Seat warmer switches
page 2-31
Second-row seat
page 2-15
USB power outlet
page 5-61
Third-row seat
page 2-26
The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle
1-5
Pictorial Index
Exterior Overview
Hood
page 6-17
Windshield wiper blades
page 6-26
Moonroof
page 3-40
Door and key
page 3-12
Fuel-filler lid
page 3-30
Wheels and Tires
page 6-34
Exterior lights
page 6-38
Rear window wiper blade
page 6-28
Liftgate
page 3-19
Child safety lock
page 3-18
Outside mirror
page 3-32
1-6
The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle
Essential Safety Equipment
2
Important information about safety equipment, including seats, seat
belt system, child-restraint systems and SRS air bags.
Seats
2-2
Child Restraint
2-44
Seat Precautions
2-2
Child-Restraint Precautions
2-44
Front Seat
2-5
Child-Restraint System
Second-row Seat (6:4 Split
Installation
2-49
Adjustable-type Bench Seat
Child-Restraint System Suitability
Type)
2-15
for Various Seat Positions
Second-row Seat (Captain Seat
Table
2-51
Type)
2-22
Installing Child-Restraint
Third-row Seat
2-26
Systems
2-55
Head Restraints
2-28
SRS Air Bags
2-69
Seat Warmer/Seat Ventilation/Heated
Supplemental Restraint System
Steering Wheel
2-31
(SRS) Precautions
2-69
Seat Warmer*
2-31
Supplemental Restraint System
Seat Ventilation*
2-33
Components
2-76
How the SRS Air Bags Work
2-78
Heated Steering Wheel*
2-34
SRS Air Bag Deployment
Criteria
2-82
Seat Belt Systems
2-35
Limitations to SRS Air Bag
2-83
Seat Belt Precautions
2-35
Front Passenger Occupant
Seat Belt
2-38
Classification System*
2-85
Seat Belt Warning Systems
2-39
Constant Monitoring
2-89
Front Seat Belt Pretensioner and
Load Limiting Systems
2-40
Seat Belt Extender
2-42
*Some models.
2-1
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Seat Precautions
WARNING
Make sure the adjustable components of a seat are locked in place:
Adjustable seats and seatbacks that are not securely locked are dangerous. In a sudden stop
or collision, the seat or seatback could move, causing injury. Make sure the adjustable
components of the seat are locked in place by attempting to slide the seat forward and
backward and rocking the seatback.
Never allow children to adjust a seat:
Allowing children to adjust a seat is dangerous as it could result in serious injury if a child's
hands or feet become caught in the seat.
Do not drive with the seatback unlocked:
All of the seatbacks play an important role in your protection in a vehicle. Leaving the
seatback unlocked is dangerous as it can allow passengers to be ejected or thrown around
and baggage to strike occupants in a sudden stop or collision, resulting in severe injury. After
adjusting the seatback at any time, even when there are no other passengers, rock the
seatback to make sure it is locked in place.
Adjust a seat only when the vehicle is stopped:
If the seat is adjusted while the vehicle is being driven, the seating posture may become
unstable and the seat could move unexpectedly resulting in injury.
Do not modify or replace the front seats:
Modifying or replacing the front seats such as replacing the upholstery or loosening any bolts
is dangerous. The front seats contain air bag components essential to the supplemental
restraint system. Such modifications could damage the supplemental restraint system and
result in serious injury. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer if there is any need to remove or
reinstall the front seats.
Do not drive with damaged front seats:
Driving with damaged front seats, such as seat cushions torn or damaged down to the
urethane, is dangerous. A collision, even one not strong enough to inflate the air bags, could
damage the front seats which contain essential air bag components. If there was a
subsequent collision, an air bag may not deploy which could lead to injuries. Always have an
Authorized Mazda Dealer inspect the front seats, front seat belt pretensioners and air bags
after a collision.
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Do not drive with either front seats reclined:
Sitting in a reclined position while the vehicle is moving is dangerous because you do not get
the full protection from seat belts. During sudden braking or a collision, you can slide under
the lap belt and suffer serious internal injuries. For maximum protection, sit well back and
upright.
Do not recline a second-row seatback when the third-row seat is occupied:
Reclining the second-row seatback when the third-row seat is occupied is dangerous. Because
the clearance in the third-row seat is limited, occupants in the third-row seat could be hurt
seriously on a reclined second-row seatback.
Do not place an object such as a cushion between the seatback and your back:
Putting an object such as a cushion between the seatback and your back is dangerous
because you will be unable to maintain a safe driving posture and the seat belt cannot
function at its full capacity in a collision, which could result in a serious accident, injury or
death.
Do not place objects under the seat:
The object could get stuck and cause the seat to not be fixed securely, and result in an
accident.
Do not stack cargo higher than the seatbacks:
Stacking luggage or other cargo higher than the seatbacks is dangerous. During sudden
braking or a collision, objects can fly around and become projectiles that may hit and injure
passengers.
Make sure luggage and cargo is secured before driving:
Not securing cargo while driving is dangerous as it could move or be crushed during sudden
braking or a collision and cause injury.
Additionally, if the air bags deploy, the cargo may scatter which could result in serious injury
or death.
Never allow a passenger to sit or stand on the folded seatback while the vehicle is moving:
Driving with a passenger on the folded seatback is dangerous. Allowing a child to sit up on
the folded seatback while the vehicle is moving is particularly dangerous. In a sudden stop or
even a minor collision, a child not in a proper seat or child-restraint system and seat belt could
be thrown forward, back or even out of the vehicle resulting in serious injuries or death. The
child in the baggage area could be thrown into other occupants and cause serious injury.
2-3
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
CAUTION
¾ When operating a seat, be careful not to put your hands or fingers near the moving parts of
the seat or on the side trim to prevent injury.
¾ When moving the seats, make sure there is no cargo in the surrounding area. If the cargo
gets caught it could damage the cargo.
¾ (Manual Seat)
When moving the seats forward and rearward or returning a rear-reclined seatback to its
upright position, make sure you hold onto the seatback with your hand while operating. If
the seatback is not held, the seat will move suddenly and could cause injury.
¾ When inserting your hand under the seat to clean the cabin or pick up something you
dropped under the seat, be careful not to hurt yourself. If you contact the moving parts of
the seat rail or seat frame, it could result in injury.
NOTE
When returning a rear seat to its original position, place the seat belt in its normal
position. Verify that the seat belt pulls out and retracts.
(Power Seat)
The seat-bottom power adjustment is operated by motors. Avoid extended operation
because excessive use can damage the motors.
To prevent the battery from running down, avoid using the power adjustment when the
engine is stopped. The adjuster uses a large amount of electrical power.
Do not use the switch to make more than one adjustment at a time.
2-4
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Front Seat
Adjusting the Driver's Seat
Using the driving position set up procedure recommended by Mazda allows you to maintain
a relaxed posture, drive the vehicle for longer periods without feeling tired, and make quick
operations naturally.
Also, you can be assured of a clear view in the forward direction to help you drive more
safely and comfortably.
The adjustments for the driving position recommended by Mazda are done using the
following procedures.
1. Moving the steering wheel and seat to their default positions.
2. Adjusting the seatback angle.
3. Adjusting the seat position forward and back.
4. Adjusting the seat height.
5. Adjusting the steering wheel position.
6. Adjusting the head restraint position.
Power operation
Seat Slide
(Manual Seat)
To move a seat forward or backward, raise the lever and slide the seat to the desired position
and release the lever.
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Make sure the lever returns to its original position and the seat is locked in place by
attempting to push it forward and backward.
(Power Seat)
To slide the seat, move the slide lifter switch on the outside of the seat to the front or back
and hold it. Release the switch at the desired position.
Height Adjustment
(Manual Seat)
To adjust the seat height, move the lever up or down.
(Power Seat)
To adjust the seat height, move the slide lifter switch up or down.
Height Adjustment for Front Edge of Seat Bottom (Power Seat)*
To adjust the front height of the seat bottom, raise or lower the front of the slide lifter
switch.
Seat Recline
(Manual Seat)
To change the seatback angle, lean forward slightly while raising the lever. Then lean back
to the desired position and release the lever.
Make sure the lever returns to its original position and the seatback is locked in place by
attempting to push it forward and backward.
(Power Seat)
To change the seatback angle, press the front or rear side of the reclining switch. Release the
switch at the desired position.
Lumbar Support Adjustment (Power Seat)*
To increase the seat firmness, press and hold the front part of the switch to the desired
position, then release it.
Press the rear part of the switch to decrease firmness.
Before making adjustments to the driving position recommended by Mazda
Before making adjustments, move the steering wheel and seat to their default positions.
How to move the steering wheel to its default position
WARNING
Never adjust the steering wheel while the vehicle is moving:
Adjusting the steering wheel while the vehicle is moving is dangerous. Moving it can very
easily cause the driver to abruptly turn to the left or right. This can lead to loss of control or an
accident.
2-6
*Some models.
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
After adjusting the steering wheel position, make sure it is securely locked by trying to move it
up and down:
Driving with the steering wheel not securely locked in position is dangerous. If the steering
wheel moves unexpectedly while driving, you could lose control of the steering resulting in an
accident.
Lower the lever, move the steering wheel to the lowest position, and then push it down and
all the way back.
Lock release lever
How to move a driver’s seat to its default position
1. Slide the seat all the way back.
2. Lower the seat to its lowest height.
3. Sit squarely in the seat and rest your back against the seatback.
Seat adjustment procedure for the driving position recommended by Mazda
Adjusting the seatback angle (reclining)
Adjust the seatback to the angle providing a comfortable seated posture.
1. With your posture slightly slouched, move the seatback forward to the angle where your
waist feels slightly cramped.
Manual Seat
Power Seat
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
2. Move the seatback backward to a comfortable seated posture without any feeling of
cramping in your waist.
Manual Seat
Power Seat
Adjusting the seat position forward and back (sliding)
Adjust the seat to the position best for operating the accelerator and brake pedals.
1. Place your left foot on the footrest, your right foot between the accelerator and brake
pedals, and position your heel to the position allowing easy switching between the
pedals.
2. With your heel set on the floor, set your right foot on the brake pedal and move the seat
forward as far as possible until you feel a slight cramping in your ankle.
Manual Seat
Power Seat
3. With your right foot set on the brake pedal, move the seat back until you no longer feel
cramping in your ankle.
4. With your heel set on the floor, make sure you can move your foot between the brake
pedal and accelerator pedal smoothly.
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
5. Depress the accelerator pedal completely with your heel set on the floor and make sure
that your ankle does not feel over-stretched.
Manual Seat
Power Seat
Adjusting the seat height
Adjust the seat height to a position where you have a clear forward view and you can drive
the vehicle easily.
1. With your back resting against the seatback, raise the seat to the height where you can
see the rear edge area of the hood surface from the windshield.
With the manual seat, if you raise the seat height, the seat moves forward. Adjust the
seat forward or back again.
Manual Seat
Power Seat
Adjusting the steering wheel position
Adjust the steering wheel to the position where it can be operated easily and the gauges can
be viewed easily.
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
1. With your back resting against the seatback, extend both arms, place them on the top of
the steering wheel, and pull the steering wheel towards you to the position of your
wrists.
2. Adjust the steering wheel height so that the gauges can be viewed easily.
3. Raise the lever to securely lock the steering wheel.
Adjusting the head restraint position
To prevent shock to the head and neck, adjust the head restraints to their correct positions.
Refer to Height Adjustment on page 2-28.
Driving Position Memory*
The desired driving position can be called
up after programming the position.
The following driving positions can be
programmed.
Driver’s seat position (seat slide, height
adjustment, front edge of seat bottom,
seat recline)
Refer to Adjusting the Driver's Seat on
page 2-5.
Active driving display (display position,
brightness level, display information)
Refer to Active Driving Display on page
4-45.
2-10
*Some models.
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
4. Adjust the seat and the active driving
CAUTION
display to the desired driving position.
5. Press the SET button on the seat until a
Do not place fingers or hands around the
beep sound is heard 1 time.
bottom of the seat while the seat memory
6. Perform one of the following settings
function is operating. The seat moves
within 5 seconds of completing step 5
automatically while the seat memory
above:
function is operating and fingers or hands
could get pinched and injured.
Programming using a button on
the side of the seat
SET button
Press the button you want to
program, either button 1 or 2, until a
beep sound is heard 1 time.
Programming using the key
Press the key unlock button until a
beep sound is heard 1 time.
NOTE
If a beep sound is heard 3 times, the
operation is canceled.
To move the driving position to a
A driving position can be programmed or
programmed position
operated using the buttons on the side of
the seat or the key.
(Using a button on the side of the seat)
NOTE
1. Make sure the parking brake is on.
2. Make sure the selector lever is in the P
Lumbar support adjustment cannot be
position.
programmed.
3. Start the engine.
A driving position can be programmed
4. Press the programming button for the
to the buttons on the side of the seat and
driving position you want to call up
the key in use for driving the vehicle.
(button 1 or 2).
If the vehicle has been serviced and the
5. A beep sound is heard when the
battery cables disconnected, the
driving position adjustment is
programmed seat positions will have
completed.
been erased. Re-program the seat
positions.
NOTE
Programming
If the driving position movement is not
changed, only the beep sounds.
1. Make sure the parking brake is on.
A seat position can be called up even
2. Make sure the selector lever is in the P
with the engine not running.
position.
The driving position adjustment is
3. Start the engine.
canceled in the following cases:
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Any of the seat adjustment switches is
The driving position adjustment is
operated.
canceled in the following cases:
The SET button is pressed.
Any of the seat adjustment switches is
Programming button 1 or 2 is pressed.
operated.
The key lock button or unlock button
The SET button is pressed.
is operated.
Programming button 1 or 2 is pressed.
The vehicle starts moving.
The key lock button or unlock button
The active driving display is adjusted.
is operated.
(Using a programmed key)
The vehicle starts moving.
The active driving display is adjusted.
1. Unlock the doors by pressing a request
switch or the key unlock button.
Erasing programmed driving positions
2. After unlocking the doors, the seat
(Erasing the driving positions
position adjustment begins within 40
programmed to the key)
seconds of opening the driver's door,
and a beep sounds when the operation
1. Switch the ignition OFF.
is finished.
2. Press the SET button on the side of the
3. Make sure the parking brake is on.
seat until a beep sound is heard 1 time.
4. Make sure the selector lever is in the P
3. After the beep sounds, press the key
position.
lock button within 5 seconds until a
5. Start the engine.
beep sound is heard 1 time.
6. The active driving display adjustment
NOTE
begins.
If a beep sound is heard 3 times, the
NOTE
operation is canceled.
If there is no driving position movement,
a beep is not heard.
2-12
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Adjusting the Front Passenger's Seat
Power operation
Seat Slide
(Manual Seat)
To move a seat forward or backward, raise the lever and slide the seat to the desired position
and release the lever.
Make sure the lever returns to its original position and the seat is locked in place by
attempting to push it forward and backward.
(Power Seat)
To slide the seat, move the slide lifter switch on the outside of the seat to the front or back
and hold it. Release the switch at the desired position.
Height Adjustment (Power Seat)*
To adjust the seat height, move the slide lifter switch up or down.
Seat Recline
(Manual Seat)
To change the seatback angle, lean forward slightly while raising the lever. Then lean back
to the desired position and release the lever.
Make sure the lever returns to its original position and the seatback is locked in place by
attempting to push it forward and backward.
(Power Seat)
To change the seatback angle, press the front or rear side of the reclining switch. Release the
switch at the desired position.
*Some models.
2-13
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Lumbar Support Adjustment (Power Seat)*
To increase the seat firmness, press and hold the front part of the switch to the desired
position, then release it.
Press the rear part of the switch to decrease firmness.
2-14
*Some models.
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Second-row Seat (6:4 Split Adjustable-type Bench Seat
Type)
Seat Operation
Seat Slide (Forward-back adjustment)
To move a seat forward or backward, raise the lever and slide the seat to the desired position
and release the lever.
Make sure the lever returns to its original position and the seat is locked in place by
attempting to push it forward and backward.
Seat Recline
To change the seatback angle, lean forward slightly while raising the lever. Then lean back
to the desired position and release the lever.
The lever can also be used when flattening down the seats.
Refer to Split Folding the Second-row Seats on page 2-20.
Make sure the lever returns to its original position and the seatback is locked in place by
attempting to push it forward and backward.
Third-row Seat Access
(Lever)
Pull up the lever on the side of the head restraint to fold the seatback and slide the seat
forward.
Refer to Third-row Seat Access on page 2-16.
Make sure the lever returns to its original position and the seat is locked in place by
attempting to push it forward and backward.
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
(Switch)*
Press the switch to fold the seatback forward and release the seat slide lock. Then slide the
seat forward.
Refer to Third-row Seat Access on page 2-16.
Make sure the seat is locked in place by attempting to push it forward and backward.
Armrest
If the cables are not stored away in the
armrest box, the cables and connection
The armrest in the center of the
devices may become damaged when
second-row seatback can be used (no
storing the armrest.
occupant in the center seat) or placed
¾ Be careful not to apply excessive force to
upright.
the armrest such as by sitting on it.
Otherwise, it could be deformed or
damaged.
Third-row Seat Access
Occupants can get into and out of the
third-row seats easily by sliding the
second-row seats forward.
WARNING
Make sure there is nobody in the
second-row seat area before operating a
WARNING
lever or pressing a switch:
Not checking the second-row seat area for
persons before folding a seatback with a
Never put your hands and fingers around
lever or switch is dangerous. The
the moving parts of the seat and armrest:
second-row seat area is difficult to see from
Putting your hands and fingers around the
the rear of the vehicle. Operating a lever or
moving parts of the seat and armrest is
pressing a switch without checking could
dangerous as they could get injured.
cause injury to a person when a seatback
suddenly flips forward.
CAUTION
¾ When storing the armrest, make sure
that any cables connected to the USB
power outlets in the armrest box are
stored away in the armrest box.
2-16
*Some models.
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Do not operate the lever on the side of the
¾ Second-row seatback is folded forward
head restraint or press the switch on the
side of the seat under the following
conditions:
Operating the lever on the side of the head
restraint or pressing the switch on the side
of the seat under the following conditions
is dangerous as the seat may move
unexpectedly and cause an injury such as a
foot getting pinched between the seat and
floor.
¾ Occupant is seated in second-row seat
¾ Child is seated on child restraint in
second-row seat
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
the seatback forward, and slide the seat
CAUTION
forward.
¾ When operating the seat, be careful not
to get your hand or foot caught, or hit
your head.
¾ Before moving the second-row seat,
make sure that the head restraint is at
the lowest position. If the second-row
seat is folded forward while the head
restraint is pulled up, there will not be
enough space for getting in or out of the
vehicle which could cause an occupant
to trip and fall resulting in injury.
(Switch)
¾ Check the position of a front seat before
To unlock the seat, press the switch
folding a second-row seatback.
continuously until a sound is activated,
Depending on the position of a front
release it, fold the seatback forward,
seat, it may not be possible to fold a
and slide the seat forward.
second-row seatback all the way down
because it may hit the seatback of the
NOTE
front seat which could scratch or
When any of the following conditions
damage the front seat or its pocket.
is met, a beep sound is activated
Remove the head restraint on the
continuously and the switch operation
second-row outboard seat if necessary.
is canceled.
Entering/exiting the third-row seat area
The door on the side where the
switch was operated is closed.
1. Lower the head restraint all the way
The switch is pressed continuously
down.
for 5 s or more.
Refer to Head Restraints on page
The vehicle is being driven.
2-28.
The selector lever is in a position
2.
(Lever)
other than P, and the parking brake
Pull up the lever on the side of the
is off.
head restraint to unlock the seat, fold
The battery has deteriorated.
2-18
Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
There is a system problem.
(Lever)
Pull up the lever on the side of the head
restraint to lower the front side of the seat
and slide the seat forward.
CAUTION
(Switch)
¾ Do not operate the lever on the side of a
To unlock the seat, press the switch
second-row seat while the seatback is
continuously until a sound is activated,
folded down and the seat is slid forward.
release it, fold the seatback forward, and
If the lever is forcefully operated, it could
slide the seat forward.
damage the lever.
¾ After entering/exiting the third-row seat
NOTE
area, return the second-row seatback to
When any of the following conditions is
its upright position and lock it after
met, a beep sound is activated
sliding it rearward.
continuously and the switch operation is
Make sure it is locked by attempting to
canceled.
lightly move it back and forth.
The door on the side where the switch
Otherwise, it could move unexpectedly
was operated is closed.
and cause injury.
The switch is pressed continuously for 5
After getting in or out of the vehicle
s or more.
The vehicle is being driven.
Move the seatback rearward, slide the seat
The selector lever is in a position other
rearward, and lock the seat.
than P, and the parking brake is off.
Entering/exiting the third-row seat area
The battery has deteriorated.
with child-restraint system installed
(Right-side seat only)
Access to the third-row seats is possible
even when a child-restraint system is
installed to the second-row seat.
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
There is a system problem.
Split folding the Second-row Seats
To create a flat luggage compartment
space, fold the seatbacks forward.
Folding the seatbacks
WARNING
Make sure the adjustable components of a
second-row seat are locked after folding
down the seatback:
A second-row seat that is not securely
locked is dangerous. In a sudden stop or
CAUTION
collision, the second-row seat could move,
causing injury.
After entering/exiting the third-row seat
After folding down the seatback of a
area, lock the seat after sliding it rearward.
second-row seat, make sure the adjustable
Make sure it is locked by attempting to
components of the seat are locked in place
lightly move it back and forth.
by attempting to slide the seat forward and
Otherwise, it could move unexpectedly and
backward.
cause injury.
CAUTION
¾ When folding the seatback forward,
always support the seatback with your
hand. If it is not supported by a hand,
fingers or the hand raising the lever
could be injured.
Second-row seat
Third-row seat
¾ Check the position of a front seat before
fixed position
ingress/egress
folding a second-row seatback.
Depending on the position of a front
NOTE
seat, it may not be possible to fold a
The second-row seat cannot be moved
second-row seatback all the way down
forward while the seat belt is securing the
because it may hit the seatback of the
child-restraint system.
front seat which could scratch or
After getting in or out of the vehicle
damage the front seat or its pocket.
Remove the head restraint on the
Move the seatback rearward, slide the seat
second-row outboard seat if necessary.
rearward, and lock the seat.
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
NOTE
To return the seatback to its upright
The seats cannot be flattened down while
position:
the second-row seats are unlocked even if
the lever on the side of the head restraint
WARNING
is operated and the reclining lever is
operated. Before folding down the
When returning a seatback to its upright
second-row seats, move the seatback
forward once, slide the seat rearward, and
position, make sure the 3-point seat belt is
lock the seat.
not caught in the seatback and the 3-point
seat belt is not twisted:
1. Lower the head restraint all the way
If the seat belt is used while it is twisted and
down.
caught in the seatback, the seat belt
Refer to Head Restraints on page
cannot function at its full capacity, which
2-28.
could cause serious injury or death.
2. Raise the lever on the side of the
second-row seat to fold down the
1. Make sure that the seat belt is not stuck
seatback.
in the second-row seat and it is not
twisted, then raise the seatback while
preventing the seat belt from being
caught in the seatback.
2. Press the seatback rearward and lock it
in place. After returning the seatback
to its upright position, make sure it is
securely locked.
NOTE
To create a flat luggage compartment
space from the rear of the vehicle to the
back of the front seats, fold the second-row
and third-row seats (page 2-26).
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Second-row Seat (Captain Seat Type)
Armrest type with angle adjustment
Second-row seat console type
function (center walk-through)
Seat Operation
Seat Slide (Forward-back adjustment)
To move a seat forward or backward, raise the lever and slide the seat to the desired position
and release the lever.
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Make sure the lever returns to its original position and the seat is locked in place by
attempting to push it forward and backward.
Seat Recline
To change the seatback angle, lean forward slightly while raising the lever. Then lean back
to the desired position and release the lever.
The lever can also be used when flattening down the seats.
Refer to How to Split Folding the Second-row Seats on page 2-25.
Make sure the lever returns to its original position and the seatback is locked in place by
attempting to push it forward and backward.
Third-row Seat Access
To access to the third-row seats, pull up the lever on the side of the head restraint to fold the
seatback and slide the seat forward.
Refer to How to Third-row Seat Access on page 2-24.
Make sure the lever returns to its original position and the seatback is locked in place by
attempting to push it forward and backward.
Armrest
After adjustment, make sure that the
armrest is securely locked by lightly
Using the armrest
pressing it down.
The armrest on the side of the second-row
seatback can be used or placed upright.
Adjusting the angle
The angle of the armrest can be adjusted
according to the angle of the seatback.
To adjust the angle, lower the armrest to
the lowest position, pull it up to the
desired position, and then lock it. To
adjust the angle again, store the armrest
once and then lower the armrest to the
lowest position again.
WARNING
Never position the shoulder portion of a
seat belt over the armrest:
Positioning the shoulder portion of a
second-row seat belt over the armrest is
dangerous as it cannot provide adequate
protection in a collision and could result in
serious injuries.
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
Never put your hands and fingers around
CAUTION
the moving parts of the seat and armrest:
Putting your hands and fingers around the
Before moving the second-row seat, make
moving parts of the seat and armrest is
sure that the head restraint is at the lowest
dangerous as they could get injured.
position. If the second-row seat is folded
forward while the head restraint is pulled
CAUTION
up, there will not be enough space for
getting in or out of the vehicle which could
Be careful not to apply excessive force to
cause an occupant to trip and fall resulting
the armrest such as by sitting on it.
in injury.
Otherwise, it could be deformed or
damaged.
NOTE
Occupants can also get in and out of the
Third-row Seat Access
third-row seat area by passing between the
Occupants can get into and out of the
second-row seats with the armrest type
third-row seats easily by sliding the
having the angle adjustment function.
second-row seats forward.
Occupants can pass through easily by
tilting the armrest forward.
WARNING
Entering/exiting the third-row seat area
1. Lower the head restraint all the way
Make sure there is nobody in the
down.
second-row seat area before operating the
Refer to Head Restraints on page
levers:
2-28.
Not checking the second-row seat area for
2. Pull up the lever on the side of the
persons before folding the seatbacks with
head restraint to unlock the seat, fold
the levers is dangerous. The second-row
the seatback forward, and slide the seat
seat area is difficult to see from the rear of
forward.
the vehicle. Operating the levers without
checking could cause injury to a person
when a seatback suddenly flips forward.
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
NOTE
After folding down the seatback of a
The seats cannot be flattened down while
second-row seat, make sure the adjustable
the second-row seats are unlocked even if
components of the seat are locked in place
the lever on the side of the head restraint
by attempting to slide the seat forward and
is operated and the reclining lever is
backward.
operated. Before folding down the
second-row seats, move the seatback
Do not drive the vehicle with an occupant
forward once, slide the seat rearward, and
on a folded down seatback or in the
lock the seat.
luggage compartment:
During sudden braking or a collision, the
After getting in or out of the vehicle
person could be seriously injured or killed.
Move the seatback rearward, slide the seat
rearward, and lock the seat.
Tightly secure cargo in the luggage
compartment when it is transported with
CAUTION
the seatbacks folded down:
Driving without tightly securing cargo and
After entering/exiting the third-row seat
luggage is dangerous as it could move and
area, return the second-row seatback to its
become an obstruction to driving during
upright position and lock it after sliding it
emergency braking or a collision resulting
rearward.
in an unexpected accident.
Make sure it is locked by attempting to
lightly move it back and forth.
CAUTION
Otherwise, it could move unexpectedly and
cause injury.
¾ When folding the seatback forward,
Split folding the Second-row Seats
always support the seatback with your
hand. If it is not supported by a hand,
To create a flat luggage compartment
fingers or the hand raising the lever
space, fold the seatbacks forward.
could be injured.
¾ Check the position of a front seat before
WARNING
folding a second-row seatback.
Depending on the position of a front
Make sure the adjustable components of a
seat, it may not be possible to fold a
second-row seat are locked after folding
second-row seatback all the way down
down the seatback:
because it may hit the seatback of the
A second-row seat that is not securely
front seat which could scratch or
locked is dangerous. In a sudden stop or
damage the front seat or its pocket.
collision, the second-row seat could move,
Remove the head restraint on the
causing injury.
second-row outboard seat if necessary.
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Essential Safety Equipment
Seats
NOTE
Third-row Seat
The seats cannot be flattened down while
the second-row seats are unlocked even if
Split folding the Third-row Seats
the lever on the side of the head restraint
is operated and the reclining lever is
To create a luggage compartment space,
operated. Before folding down the
fold the third-row seats forward.
second-row seats, move the seatback
forward once, slide the seat rearward, and
CAUTION
lock the seat.
Do not apply load to the head restraint
Folding the seatbacks
with it in the upright position and the
1. Lower the head restraint all the way
seatback folded down. Otherwise, it could
down.
cause damage to the head restraint.
Refer to Head Restraints on page
2-28.
NOTE
2.
(Armrest type with angle adjustment
When folding the seatbacks forward, fold
function)
them in two steps.
If the armrests are down, fold them
Folding the seatbacks (With strap)
back up.
3. Raise the lever on the side of the
1. Secure the third-row seat seat belts into
second-row seat to fold down the
their holders.
seatback.
Refer to Unfastening the Seat Belt on
page 2-38.
2. Slide the second-row seat all the way
forward.
3. Pull the strap to fold down the head
restraint.
To return the seatback to its upright
position
Press the seatback rearward and lock it in
place. After returning the seatback to its
upright position, make sure it is securely
locked.
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