Range Rover Evoque: Rear loadspace

travel in Never allow passengers to travel in the loadspace under any circumstances. All vehicle occupants should be seated correctly and wear a seat belt at all times when the vehicle is in motion.
Always ensure that objects carried within the vehicle are secured properly.

To remove the loadspace cover:

To remove the loadspace cover: 1. Release the two straps from the pins on the tailgate.

2. Pull the cover rearwards to release the retaining brackets on the edges of the cover from the pins on the loadspace side trim.

the Never place objects on top of the loadspace cover. During an accident or sudden manoeuvre, loose objects

Installation of the cover is the reverse of removal.

Storing the cover:

cover Do not store the loadspace cover loose in the vehicle.

1. Remove the loadspace cover.

2. Fold the rear seats forward.

3. Position the cover vertically in the vehicle approximately where the upright rear seat backrests are normally. The top surface of the cover must be facing forwards with the retaining brackets at the top.

4. Locate the retaining brackets onto the side trim pins.

5. Return the rear seats to the upright locked position.

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