Mercedes-Benz GL-Class: Parcel nets - Stowage areas - Stowing and features - Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GL-Class: Parcel nets

WARNING Vehicles with Occupant Classification System 
Vehicles with Occupant Classification System (OCS)
Do not place objects with a combined weight of more than 4.4 lbs (2 kg) into the parcel net on the back of the front passenger seat.
Otherwise, the OCS may not be able to properly approximate the occupant weight category.

WARNING Parcel nets are intended for storing lightweight 
Parcel nets are intended for storing lightweight items only, such as road maps, mail, etc.
Heavy objects, objects with sharp edges, or fragile objects may not be transported in the parcel nets. In an accident, during hard braking, or sudden maneuvers, they could be thrown around inside the vehicle and cause injury to vehicle occupants.
Parcel nets cannot protect transported goods in the event of an accident.

Parcel nets are located in the front-passenger footwell and on the back of the driver's and the front-passenger seat.

    Stowage compartments in the rear
    Stowage compartment in the rear center console ► To open: briefly press the stowage compartment marking. Depending on the vehicle's equipment, there may be open stowage spaces above and ...

    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 ...

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    Driving on Grades
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    Before Driving
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