Mercedes-Benz GL-Class: Folding the rear bench seat forwards - Enlarging the cargo compartment - Stowage areas - Stowing and features - Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GL-Class: Folding the rear bench seat forwards

If the driver's or front-passenger seat is

set for a larger person, it may not be If the driver's or front-passenger seat is set for a larger person, it may not be possible to fold the rear bench seat forwards. In this case, move the front seats as far forward as possible.

Move the head restraints to the lowest position.
Pull release loop 1 of seat cushion 2.
Fold seat cushion 2 upwards.

► Pull release catch 3 in the direction

Pull release catch 3 in the direction of the arrow.

The backrest is released.

care when folding it down. Make sure that The backrest is heavy. Therefore, take care when folding it down. Make sure that the head restraints are pushed all the way in so that the backrests and seat cushions are not damaged.

Fold the backrest forwards until it engages in the cargo compartment position.

► Guide seat belts 2 under respective

Guide seat belts 2 under respective clips 1.

    Enlarging the cargo compartment
    Important safety notes WARNING   When expanding the cargo volume, always fully fold the corresponding seats and, if so equipped, always use the cargo net when transporting cargo. Unle ...

    Folding the rear bench seat back
    ► Pull release catch 3 upwards. ► Fold backrest 2 backwards until it engages, making sure not to trap the seat belts while doing so. ► Fold seat cushion 1 backwards and push u ...

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