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• Parking Support Brake function (for static objects) (

P.381)

Displayed content is the same as that displayed on the multi-information display. For details, 
refer to the explanations of each system.

Vehicle speed display area

Displays the following items:
• Vehicle speed
• Road sign icons recognized by the RSA (if equipped) (

P.322)

Eco Driving Indicator/Tachometer (

P.104)

Shift position display (

P.263)

HUD (Head-up display) switch (

P.101)

Head-up display

The head-up display may seem dark or hard 

to see when viewed through sunglasses, 

especially polarized sunglasses. Adjust the 

brightness of the head-up display or 

remove your sunglasses.

Enabling/Disabling the head-up 
display

Press the HUD (Head-up display) 
switch.

E

F

G

H

WARNING

Before using the head-up display

Check that the position and brightness 

of the head-up display image does not 

interfere with safe driving. Incorrect 

adjustment of the image’s position or 

brightness may obstruct the driver’s 

view and lead to an accident, resulting 

in death or serious injury.

Do not continuously look at the 

head-up display while driving as you 

may fail to see pedestrians, objects on 

the road, etc. ahead of the vehicle.

NOTICE

To prevent damage to components

Do not place any drinks near the 

head-up display projector. If the pro-

jector gets wet, electrical malfunctions 

may result.

Do not place anything on or put stick-

ers onto the head-up display projector. 

Doing so could interrupt head-up dis-

play indications.

Do not touch the inside of the head-up 

display projector or thrust sharp edges 

or the like into the projector. Doing so 

could cause mechanical malfunctions.

Using the head-up display

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2-1. Instrument cluster

Changing settings of the head-up 
display

Select 

 on the multi-information 

display (

P.592) to change the fol-

lowing settings:

Display brightness/position

Select to adjust the brightness and position 
of the head-up display.

Display content

Select to enable/disable the following 
items:
• Route guidance to destination (if 

equipped)

• Driving assist system status (if equipped)
• Compass (if equipped)
• Audio system operation status

Eco Driving Indicator/Tachometer

Select to display Eco Driving Indica-
tor/tachometer/no content.

Display angle

Select to adjust the angle of the head-up 
display.

Enabling/disabling of the head-up dis-

play

If the head-up display is disabled, it will 

remain disabled when the engine switch is 

turned off then back to IGNITION ON 

mode.

Display brightness

The brightness of the head-up display can 
be adjusted on 

 of the multi-information 

display. Also, it is automatically adjusted 

according to the ambient brightness.

Automatic adjustment of the head-up 

display position (if equipped)

A desired head-up display position can be 

entered to memory and recalled automati-

cally by the driving position memory sys-

tem. (

P.220)

When the battery is disconnected

The customize settings of the head-up dis-

play will be reset.

Displays the following multi-informa-
tion display linked icons:

: Master warning icon

Displayed when a warning message is dis-

WARNING

Caution for changing settings of the 

head-up display

As the engine needs to be running while 

changing the settings of the head-up dis-

play, ensure that the vehicle is parked in a 

place with adequate ventilation. In a 

closed area such as a garage, exhaust 

gases including harmful carbon monox-

ide (CO) may collect and enter the vehi-

cle. This may lead to death or a serious 

health hazard.

NOTICE

When changing the settings of the 

head-up display

To prevent battery discharge, ensure that 

the engine is running while the changing 

the settings of the head-up display.

Information icon/Master warn-
ing icon

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played on the multi-information display. 
(

P.536)

: Information icon

Displayed when a suggestion/advice 
pop-up display is displayed on the 
multi-information display. (

P.98)

Displays the following items in the 
appropriate situation:

Warning/Message (if equipped)

Displays the following system warn-
ing/messages:

PCS (Pre-Collision System) 
(

P.304)

Parking Support Brake function (for 
static objects) (

P.381)

Dynamic radar cruise control with 
full-speed range (

P.326)

Brake Override System (

P.245)

Drive-Start Control (

P.245)

Details of content displayed on the 
head-up display may differ from that dis-
played on the multi-information display. For 
details, refer to the explanation of each sys-
tem.

Audio system operation status

Displayed when the audio system is 
operated.

Outside temperature

Displayed in the following situations:

When the engine switch is turned to 
IGNITION ON mode

When the low outside temperature 

indicator is flashing

Displayed content is the same as that 
displayed on the multi-information dis-
play. For details, refer to the explana-
tion of the outside temperature display 
on the multi-information display. 
(

P.89)

Displays the following items which are 
linked to the navigation system:

Street name

The name of the street that the vehicle 
is currently driving on is displayed on 
the bottom of the display area.
When the navigation system is per-
forming route guidance, the name of 
the next street will be displayed on the 
top of the display area.

Street name display (vehicles with a nav-

igation system)

Only street names which are included in the 

map data will be displayed.

Displays the following items which are 
linked to the navigation system:

Route guidance to destination

Displayed when the navigation system 
is performing route guidance. When 
approaching an intersection, an arrow 
will be displayed to indicate the sug-
gested direction of travel.

Compass

Displays the direction of travel.

Message display area

Navigation system-linked dis-
play area (if equipped)

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Eco Driving Indicator

Eco Driving Indicator Zone Display
Eco driving ratio based on acceler-
ation
Zone of Eco driving

Displayed content is the same as that dis-
played on the multi-information display 
(Eco Driving Indicator). For details, refer to 
P.94.

Tachometer

Displays the engine speed in revolu-
tions per minute.

Center Display
“MENU” button
Touchpad

Trip information

Press the “MENU” button on the 

Eco Driving Indicator/Tachome-
ter

A
B

C

Fuel consumption informa-
tion

Fuel consumption information can 
be displayed on the Center Display.

Vehicles with a 12.3-inch display: 
The fuel consumption information 
can be displayed and operated on 
the side display.

System components

Consumption

A
B
C

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Remote Touch, then select 

 on the 

menu screen.
If a screen other than “Trip information” 
is displayed, select “Trip information”.
This system can also be operated by 
the touch screen.

Resetting the consumption data
Fuel consumption in the past 15 
minutes
Current fuel consumption
Average vehicle speed since the 
engine was started.
Elapsed time since the engine was 
started.
Cruising range

Average fuel consumption for the past 
15 minutes is divided by color into past 
averages and averages attained since 
the engine switch was last turned to 
IGNITION ON mode. Use the dis-
played average fuel consumption as a 
reference.

The image is an example only, and may 
vary slightly from actual conditions.

History

Press the “MENU” button on the 

Remote Touch, then select 

 on the 

menu screen.
If a screen other than “History” is dis-
played, select “History”.
This system can also be operated by 
the touch screen.

Best recorded fuel consumption
Latest fuel consumption
Previous fuel consumption record
Resetting the history data
Updating the latest fuel consump-
tion data

The average fuel consumption history 
is divided by color into past averages 
and the average fuel consumption 
since the last updated. Use the dis-
played average fuel consumption as a 
reference.

The image is an example only, and may 
vary slightly from actual conditions.

Updating the history data

Update the latest fuel consumption by 

selecting “Update” to measure the current 

fuel consumption again.

Resetting the data

The fuel consumption data can be deleted 

by selecting “Clear”.

A
B

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E

F

A
B
C
D

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Cruising range

Displays the estimated maximum distance 

that can be driven with the quantity of fuel 

remaining.
This distance is computed based on your 

average fuel consumption. 

As a result, the actual distance that can be 

driven may differ from that displayed.

Display the vehicle information on the 
side display (

P.411), and then select 

 or 

 to display the desired 

screen. 
The image is an example only, and may 
vary slightly from actual conditions.

Trip information (type A)

Displays the average fuel consumption 
for the past 10 minutes in 1 minute 
intervals, as well as the cruising range.

Use the displayed average fuel consump-
tion as a reference.

Trip information (type B)

Displays the cruising range, latest fuel 
consumption and the amount of time 
elapsed since the engine was started.

Use the displayed average fuel consump-
tion as a reference.

History

Displays the average fuel consumption 
and highest fuel consumption.

Use the displayed average fuel consump-
tion as a reference.

Using the side display (vehicles 
with a 12.3-inch display)

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Be

fore
 driving

Before driving

.

3-1. Key information

Keys .................................................

108

3-2. Opening, closing and locking the 

doors

Side doors ......................................

112

Back door.......................................

116

Power back door ........................

119

Smart entry & start system.....

132

3-3. Adjusting the seats

Front seats....................................

207

Rear seats.....................................

208

Driving position memory .......

220

Head restraints...........................

224

3-4. Adjusting the steering wheel and 

mirrors

Steering wheel ...........................

227

Inside rear view mirror............

228

Outside rear view mirrors.....

229

3-5. Opening, closing the windows 

and moon roof

Power windows .........................

232

Moon roof ....................................

235

Panoramic moon roof.............

238

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3-1. Key information

3-1.Key information

The following keys are provided with 
the vehicle.

Electronic keys

• Operating the smart entry & start sys-

tem (

P.132)

• Operating the wireless remote control 

function (

P.110)

Mechanical keys
Key number plate
Card key (electronic key) (if 
equipped)

Operating the smart entry & start system 
(

P.132)

Card key (if equipped)

The card key is not waterproof.

The mechanical key that is stored inside 

the card key should be used only if a 

problem arises, such as when the card 

key does not operate properly.

If it is difficult to take out the mechanical 

key, push down the release button using a 

pen tip, etc. If it is still difficult to pull it out, 

use a coin, etc.

To store the mechanical key in the card 

key, insert it while pressing the release 

button.

If the battery cover is not installed and the 

battery falls out or if the battery was 

removed because the key got wet, rein-

stall the battery with the positive terminal 

facing the Lexus emblem.

When riding in an aircraft

When bringing an electronic key onto an 

aircraft, make sure you do not press any 

buttons on the electronic key while inside 

the aircraft cabin. If you are carrying an 

electronic key in your bag, etc., ensure that 

the buttons are not likely to be pressed acci-

dentally. Pressing a button may cause the 

electronic key to emit radio waves that 

could interfere with the operation of the air-

craft.

Electronic key battery depletion

The standard battery life is 1 to 2 years. 

(The card key battery life is about a year 

and a half.)

If the battery becomes low, an alarm will 

sound in the cabin when the engine is 

Keys

The keys

A

B
C
D

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3-1. Key information

Be

fore
 driving

stopped.

To reduce key battery depletion when the 

electronic key is to not be used for long 

periods of time, set the electronic key to 

the battery-saving mode. (

P.133)

As the electronic key always receives 

radio waves, the battery will become 

depleted even if the electronic key is not 

used. The following symptoms indicate 

that the electronic key battery may be 

depleted. Replace the battery when nec-

essary.

• The smart entry & start system or the 

wireless remote control does not oper-

ate.

• The detection area becomes smaller.

• The LED indicator on the key surface 

does not turn on.

To avoid serious deterioration, do not 

leave the electronic key within 1 m (3 ft.) 

of the following electrical appliances that 

produce a magnetic field:

• TVs

• Personal computers

• Cellular phones, cordless phones and 

battery chargers

• Recharging cellular phones or cordless 

phones

• Table lamps

• Induction cookers

Replacing the battery

P.504

Confirmation of the registered key 

number

The number of keys already registered to 

the vehicle can be confirmed. Ask any 

authorized Lexus retailer or Lexus author-

ized repairer, or any reliable repairer for 

details.

If “A New Key has been Registered 

Contact Your Dealer for Details” is 

shown on the multi-information display

This message will be displayed each time 

the driver’s door is opened when the doors 

are unlocked from the outside for approxi-

mately one week after a new electronic key 

has been registered.

If this message is displayed but you have not 

had a new electronic key registered, ask 

any authorized Lexus retailer or Lexus 

authorized repairer, or any reliable repairer 

to check if an unknown electronic key 

(other than those in your possession) has 

been registered.

NOTICE

To prevent key damage

Do not drop the keys, subject them to 

strong shocks or bend them.

Do not expose the keys to high tem-

peratures for long periods of time.

Do not get the keys wet or wash them 

in an ultrasonic washer, etc.

Do not attach metallic or magnetic 

materials to the keys or place the keys 

close to such materials.

Do not disassemble the keys.

Do not attach a sticker or anything else 

to the surface of the electronic key.

Do not place the keys near objects that 

produce magnetic fields, such as TVs, 

audio systems and induction cookers, 

or medical electrical equipment, such 

as low-frequency therapy equipment.

Carrying the electronic key on your 

person

Carry the electronic key 10 cm (3.9 in.) 

or more away from electric appliances 

that are turned on. Radio waves emitted 

from electric appliances within 10 cm 

(3.9 in.) of the electronic key may inter-

fere with the key, causing the key to not 

function properly.

In case of a smart entry & start system 

malfunction or other key-related 

problems

P.570

When an electronic key is lost

P.568

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3-1. Key information

The electronic keys are equipped with 
the following wireless remote control:

Locks all the doors (

P.112)

Closes the windows

*2

 and the 

moon roof

*1, 2

 or panoramic moon 

roof

*1, 2

 (

P.112)

Unlocks all the doors (

P.112)

Opens the windows

*2

 and the 

moon roof

*1, 2

 or panoramic moon 

roof

*1, 2

 (

P.112)

Opens and closes the power back 
door

*1

 (

P.121)

*1

: If equipped

*2

: These settings must be customized at 

any authorized Lexus retailer or Lexus 
authorized repairer, or any reliable 
repairer.

To take out the mechanical key, push 
the release button and take the key out.

The mechanical key can only be inserted in 
one direction, as the key only has grooves 
on one side. If the key cannot be inserted in 
a lock cylinder, turn it over and re-attempt 

NOTICE

Handling the card key (if equipped)

Do not apply excess force when insert-

ing the mechanical key into the card 

key. Doing so may damage the card 

key.

If the battery or card key terminals get 

wet, the battery may corrode and the 

card key may stop working.

If the key is dropped into water, or if 

drinking water, etc. is spilled on the key, 

immediately remove the battery cover 

and wipe the battery and terminals. (To 

remove the battery cover, lightly grasp 

and pull it.) If the battery is corroded, 

have any authorized Lexus retailer or 

Lexus authorized repairer, or any relia-

ble repairer replace the battery.

Do not crush the battery cover or use 

a screwdriver to remove the battery 

cover. Forcibly removing the battery 

cover may bend or damage the key.

If the battery cover is frequently 

removed, the battery cover may 

become loose.

When installing the battery, make sure 

to check the direction of the battery.

Installing the battery in the wrong 

direction may cause the battery to 

deplete rapidly.

The surface of the card key may be 

damaged, or its coating may peel off in 

the following situations:

• The card key is carried together with 

hard objects, such as coins and keys.

• The card key is scraped with a sharp 

object, such as the tip of a mechanical 

pencil.

• The surface of the card key is wiped 

with thinner or benzene.

Wireless remote control

Using the mechanical key

A
B

C
D

E

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3-1. Key information

Be

fore
 driving

to insert it.
After using the mechanical key, store it in 
the electronic key. Carry the mechanical 
key together with the electronic key. If the 
electronic key battery is depleted or the 
entry function does not operate properly, 
you will need the mechanical key. 
(

P.570)

When required to leave the vehicle’s 

key with a parking attendant

Lock the glove box as circumstances 

demand. (

P.437)

Remove the mechanical key for your own 

use and provide the attendant with the elec-

tronic key only.

If you lose your mechanical keys

P.568

If a wrong key is used

The key cylinder rotates freely, isolated 

from the internal mechanism.

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3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors

3-2.Opening, closing and locking the doors

Smart entry & start system

Carry the electronic key to enable this 
function.

1

Grip the door handle to unlock the 
doors.

*

Make sure to touch the sensor on the back 
of the handle.
The doors cannot be unlocked for 3 sec-
onds after the doors are locked.

*

: The door unlock settings can be 

changed.

2

Touch the lock sensor (indentation 
on the surface of the door handle) 
to lock all the doors.

Check that the door is securely locked.

Wireless remote control

1

Locks all the doors

Check that the door is securely locked.
Press and hold to close the windows

*2

 and 

the moon roof

*1, 2

 or panoramic moon 

roof

*1, 2

2

Unlocks all the doors

Press and hold to open the windows

*2

 and 

the moon roof

*1, 2

 or panoramic moon 

roof

*1, 2

*1

: If equipped

*2

: This setting must be customized at any 

authorized Lexus retailer or Lexus 
authorized repairer, or any reliable 
repairer.

Switching the door unlock function

It is possible to set which doors the entry 

function unlocks using the wireless remote 

control.

1

Turn the engine switch off.

2

Cancel the intrusion sensor and tilt sen-

sor of the alarm system to prevent unin-

tended triggering of the alarm while 

changing the settings. (if equipped) 

(

P.77)

3

When the indicator light on the key sur-
face is not on, press and hold 

 or 

 for approximately 5 seconds 

while pressing and holding 

.

The setting changes each time an operation 

Side doors

The vehicle can be locked and 
unlocked using the entry function, 
wireless remote control or door 
lock switches.

Unlocking and locking the doors 
from the outside

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3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors

Be

fore
 driving

is performed, as shown below. (When 

changing the setting continuously, release 

the buttons, wait for at least 5 seconds, and 

repeat step 

3

.)

For vehicles with an alarm: To prevent unin-

tended triggering of the alarm, unlock the 

doors using the wireless remote control and 

open and close a door once after the set-

tings have been changed. (If a door is not 
opened within 30 seconds after 

 is 

pressed, the doors will be locked again and 

the alarm will automatically be set.)

In a case that the alarm is triggered, imme-

diately stop the alarm. (

P.76)

Impact detection door lock release sys-

tem

In the event that the vehicle is subject to a 

strong impact, all the doors are unlocked. 

Depending on the force of the impact or the 

type of accident, however, the system may 

not operate.

Operation signals

Doors:
The emergency flashers flash to indicate 

that the doors have been locked/unlocked. 

(Locked: Once; Unlocked: Twice)

Windows and moon roof or panoramic 

moon roof:
A buzzer sounds.

Security feature

If a door is not opened within approximately 

30 seconds after the vehicle is unlocked, 

the security feature automatically locks the 

vehicle again.

When the door cannot be locked by the 

lock sensor on the surface of the door 

handle

When the door cannot be locked even if the 

lock sensor on the surface of the door han-

dle is touched by a finger, touch the lock 

sensor with the palm.
When gloves are being worn, remove the 

gloves.

Door lock buzzer

If an attempt to lock the doors is made when 

a door is not fully closed, a buzzer sounds 

continuously for 5 seconds. Fully close the 

door to stop the buzzer, and lock the vehi-

cle once more.

Setting the alarm (if equipped)

Locking the doors will set the alarm system. 

(

P.76)

Conditions affecting the operation of 

the smart entry & start system or wire-

less remote control

P.133

If the smart entry & start system or the 

wireless remote control does not oper-

ate properly

Use the mechanical key to lock and unlock 

the doors. (

P.570)

Replace the key battery with a new one if it 

is depleted. (

P.504)

Multi-information 

display/Beep

Unlocking function

Exterior: Beeps 3 

times

Interior: Pings once

Holding the driver’s 
door handle unlocks 
only the driver’s 
door.

Holding any of the 
passenger door 
handles unlocks all 
the doors.

Exterior: Beeps 

twice

Interior: Pings once

Holding a door han-
dle unlocks all the 
doors.

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3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors

If the battery is discharged

The doors cannot be locked and unlocked 

using the smart entry & start system or 

wireless remote control. Lock or unlock the 

doors using the mechanical key. (

P.570)

Customization

Some functions can be customized. 

(

P.592)

Door lock switches (to 
lock/unlock)

1

Locks all the doors

2

Unlocks all the doors

Inside lock buttons (to lock)

Push down the inside lock button to 
lock the door.

WARNING

To prevent an accident

Observe the following precautions while 

driving the vehicle.

Failure to do so may result in a door 

opening and an occupant falling out, 

resulting in death or serious injury.

Ensure that all doors are properly 

closed and locked.

Do not pull the inside handle of the 

doors while driving.

Be especially careful for the front doors, 
as the doors may be opened even if the 
inside lock buttons are in locked position.

Set the rear door child-protector locks 

when children are seated in the rear 

seats.

When opening or closing a door

Check the surroundings of the vehicle 

such as whether the vehicle is on an 

incline, whether there is enough space 

for a door to open and whether a strong 

wind is blowing. When opening or clos-

ing the door, hold the door handle tightly 

to prepare for any unpredictable move-

ment.

When using the wireless remote con-

trol and operating the power windows 

or the moon roof or panoramic moon 

roof

Operate the power windows or the 

moon roof or panoramic moon roof after 

checking to make sure that there is no 

possibility of any passenger having any of 

their body parts caught in the windows or 

the moon roof or panoramic moon roof. 

Also, do not allow children to operate the 

wireless remote control. It is possible for 

children and other passengers to get 

caught in the power windows or the 

moon roof or panoramic moon roof.

Unlocking and locking the doors 
from the inside

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3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors

Be

fore
 driving

Inside door handles (to unlock)

For the front doors

Pull the handle to unlock and open the 
door.

When the door is unlocked, the inside lock 
button will pop up.

For the rear doors

Pull the handle to unlock the door. Pull 
the handle a second time to open the 
door.

When the door is unlocked, the inside lock 
button will pop up.

Locking the doors from the outside with-

out a key

For the front doors

1

Push down the inside lock button.

2

Close the door while pulling the door 

handle.

The door cannot be locked if the engine 

switch is in ACCESSORY or IGNITION 

ON mode, or the electronic key is left 

inside the vehicle. However, the key may not 

be detected correctly and the door may be 

locked.

For the rear doors

1

Push down the inside lock button.

2

Close the door.

The door cannot be locked if the engine 

switch is in ACCESSORY or IGNITION 

ON mode, or the electronic key is left 

inside the vehicle. However, the key may not 

be detected correctly and the door may be 

locked.

Open door warning buzzer

If the vehicle speed reaches 5 km/h (3 

mph), the master warning light flashes and a 

buzzer sounds to indicate that door(s) or 

the hood in not fully closed.

The open door(s) or hood is displayed on 

the multi-information display.

The door cannot be opened from 
inside the vehicle when the lock is set.

1

Unlock

2

Lock

These locks can be set to prevent children 
from opening the rear doors. Push down 
on each rear door switch to lock both rear 
doors.

Rear door child-protector lock

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The following functions can be set or 
canceled:

For instructions on customizing, refer to 
P.592.

*

: If equipped

Automatic door locking and 
unlocking systems

Function

Operation

Speed linked 
door locking 
function

All doors are automati-
cally locked when vehi-
cle speed is 
approximately 20 
km/h (12 mph) or 
higher.

Shift position 
linked door lock-
ing function

All doors are automati-
cally locked when shift-
ing the shift lever out of 
P.

Shift position 
linked door 
unlocking func-
tion

All doors are automati-
cally unlocked when 
shifting the shift lever 
to P.

Driver’s door 
linked door 
unlocking func-
tion

All doors are automati-
cally unlocked when 
driver’s door is 
opened.

Back door

*

The back door can be 
locked/unlocked and opened by 
the following procedures.

WARNING

Observe the following precautions.

Failure to do so may result in death or 

serious injury.

Before driving the vehicle

Before driving the vehicle, make sure 

that the back door is fully closed. If the 

back door is not fully closed, it may open 

unexpectedly while driving, causing an 

accident.

Caution while driving

Keep the back door closed while driv-

ing.

If the back door is left open, it may hit 

nearby objects while driving or luggage 

may be unexpectedly thrown out, caus-

ing an accident.
In addition, exhaust gases may enter the 

vehicle, causing death or a serious health 

hazard. Make sure to close the back 

door before driving.

Never let anyone sit in the luggage 

compartment. In the event of sudden 

braking, sudden swerving or a colli-

sion, they are susceptible to death or 

serious injury.

When children are in the vehicle

Observe the following precautions.

Failure to do so may result in death or 

serious injury.

Do not allow children to play in the lug-

gage compartment.

If a child is accidentally locked in the lug-

gage compartment, they could have heat 

exhaustion or other injuries.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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