Toyota Yaris: Luggage compartment features - Other interior features - Interior features - Toyota Yaris XP130 2010–2020 Owner's ManualToyota Yaris: Luggage compartment features

■ Deck board

Removing the deck board

Removing the deck board

Lift up the deck board and pull it towards you to remove it.

Lift up the deck board and pull it towards you to remove it.

Securing the deck board

Lift up the deck board.

Lift up the deck board.

Remove the hook on the backside

of the deck board. Remove the hook on the backside of the deck board.

of the back door opening as shown. Attach the hook to the upper edge of the back door opening as shown.

■Removing the luggage cover

The luggage cover can be removed by the following procedure:

Unhook the cords.

Return the luggage cover to horizontal Unhook the cords.

position. Return the luggage cover to horizontal position.

Lift the luggage cover and pull it forward.

Lift the luggage cover and pull it forward.

CAUTION

■When operating the deck board

Do not place anything on the deck board when operating the board. Otherwise, your fingers may be caught or an accident may result causing injuries.

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