Mercedes-Benz GL-Class: Stowage compartments in the front - Stowage compartments - Stowage areas - Stowing and features - Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GL-Class: Stowage compartments in the front

Glove box

To open: pull handle 1 and open glove box flap 2.
To close: fold glove box flap 2 upwards until it engages.

The glove box can only be locked and unlocked using the mechanical key.

1 Glove box unlocked

1 Glove box unlocked
2 Glove box locked

Stowage compartment in the center console

► To open: briefly press marking 2.

To open: briefly press marking 2.
To close: push stowage compartment 1 in the direction of the arrow until it engages.

Stowage compartment under the armrest

Assistance call button and  MB Info call button are The Assistance call button and  MB Info call button are Roadside Assistance call button and located in the stowage compartment under MB Info call button are located in the stowage compartment under the armrest.

► To open: pull handle 1 and fold the

To open: pull handle 1 and fold the armrest upwards.

Coin holders 3 are located in front of

Coin holders 3 are located in front of stowage compartment 2.

    Stowage compartments
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    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 ...

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