Auxiliary boxes

Type A

Press in the button and then pull down the lid. The overhead console is useful for temporarily storing sunglasses and similar small items.

Type B

Type B

Slide the auxiliary box lid.

Type C (for third left side seat of the vehicles with a DVD changer)

Type C (for third left side seat of the vehicles with a DVD changer)

 - Auxiliary box light (type B)

 - Auxiliary box light (type B)

• The auxiliary box light turns on when the tail lights are on.

• The brightness of the auxiliary box light changes in conjunction with the instrument cluster light.

 - Closing the auxiliary box lid

Slide the auxiliary box lid forward.

CAUTION

CAUTION

 - Caution while driving

• Keep the auxiliary boxes closed. In the event of sudden braking or sudden swerving, an accident may occur due to an occupant being struck by an open auxiliary box or the items stored inside.

• Do not place cups, aluminum cans or bottles in the box. They may be thrown out of the box in the event of sudden braking, sudden swerving or an accident, resulting in injury. (type B and C)

 - Items unsuitable for storing (type A)

• Do not store items heavier than 0.4 lb. (0.2 kg).

Doing so may cause the auxiliary box to open and the items inside may fall out, resulting in an accident.

• Do not put large items in the overhead console.

The overhead console may not be able to be shut from the conversation mirror state.

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