Mercedes-Benz GL-Class: Cargo tie-down rings - Securing cargo - Stowage areas - Stowing and features - Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GL-Class: Cargo tie-down rings

Observe the following notes on securing loads:

secure the load using the cargo tie down rings.
do not use elastic straps or nets to secure a load, as these are only intended as an anti-slip protection for light loads.
do not route tie downs across sharp edges or corners.
pad sharp edges for protection.

Footwell of the second row of seats

There is one cargo tie-down ring 1 in the

There is one cargo tie-down ring 1 in the footwell behind the driver’s seat and one in the footwell behind the front-passenger seat.

Cargo compartment

There are four cargo tie down rings 1 in the

There are four cargo tie down rings 1 in the cargo compartment.

    Securing hooks
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