Mercedes-Benz E-Class: Folding the rear seat backrest back - EASY-PACK through-loading facility in 
the rear bench seat (Wagon) - Stowage areas - Stowing and features - Mercedes-Benz E-Class Owners ManualMercedes-Benz E-Class: Folding the rear seat backrest back

•► Move the driver's or front-passenger seat

•► Move the driver's or front-passenger seat forward if necessary.

! Make sure that the seat belt does not become trapped when folding the rear seat backrest back. Otherwise, it could be damaged.

•► Fold seat backrest 1 back until it engages.

Make sure that the rear seat backrest is correctly engaged. Otherwise, vehicle occupants could be injured by objects being thrown around if you

 - brake sharply
 - change direction suddenly
 - are involved in an accident

If the rear seat backrest is not engaged, this will be shown in the multifunction display in the instrument cluster.

•► Adjust the head restraints if necessary.
•► Move the driver's or front-passenger seat back if necessary.

    Folding the rear seat backrest forward
    The left-hand and right-hand rear seat backrests can be folded forwards separately to increase the cargo compartment capacity. The combined cargo cover and net can remain installed. ! When fol ...

    Securing cargo
    Plastic hooks (Sedan) On vehicles without a through-loading feature in the rear bench seat, six plastic hooks are installed to the trunk floor. Cargo tie-down rings Observe the following note ...

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    Cigar lighter and ash receiver — if equipped
    An optional ash receiver is available from your authorizeddealer and will fit in the center console frontcupholder. Ash Receiver CAUTION: For vehicles equipped with the heated and cooledcuphold ...

    Center Console Storage
    Push the button (A) to access the storage or accessory power outlet under the armrest. See Power Outlets  for more information. Some vehicles might also have input jacks for auxiliary devices ...