Toyota CH-R Owners Manual: Luggage compartment features

Cargo hooks

Cargo hooks are provided for securing loose items.

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WARNING To avoid injury, always return the cargo hooks to their positions when they are not in use.

Grocery bag hooks

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NOTICE Do not hang any object heavier than 4.4 lb. (2 kg) on the grocery bag hook.

Auxiliary boxes

Lift the deck mat tab and pull it toward you to remove it.

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Side auxiliary boxes

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Luggage cover

Hard type

1. Unhook the cords and return the luggage cover to horizontal position.

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Type A

2. Pull it toward you and then lift the luggage cover to remove it.

  1. Installation position
    Confirm that the cover has been securely installed to the original position when installing.
  2. Removal position

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Type B

2. Lift the luggage cover and pull it toward you to remove it.

Confirm that the cover has been securely installed to the original position when installing.

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Soft type

■ Removing the luggage cover

1. Unhook the cords.

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2. Unhook the hook to the hook brackets.

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■ Stowing the luggage cover

1. Hold the luggage cover with both hands. Point your thumbs in opposite directions.

2. Bend one side of the cover towards you.

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3. Twist the other side in the opposite direction, as shown in the illustration.

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4. Make a small circle, then fold it inward.

5. Make sure the three circles are side by side.

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6. Make sure the luggage cover is properly folded.

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WARNING Observe the following precautions.

Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury.

  • Do not place anything on the luggage cover. In the event of sudden braking or turning, the item may go flying and strike an occupant.
  • Do not allow children to climb on the luggage cover. Climbing on the luggage cover could result in damage to the luggage cover.
  • Soft type luggage cover only: Be sure to properly fold the luggage cover.

    Other wise it could unexpectedly unfold.

  • Soft type luggage cover only: Be sure to attach the cords correctly to prevent the cover from flying off.

 

NOTICE Soft type luggage cover only: Do not apply too much force when folding the luggage cover. Doing so may damage the luggage cover.
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