Mercedes-Benz E-Class: Important safety notes - Cup holders - Features - Stowing and features - Mercedes-Benz E-Class Owners ManualMercedes-Benz E-Class: Important safety notes

WARNING
In order to help prevent spilling liquids on vehicle occupants and/or vehicle equipment, only use containers that fit into the cup holder. Use lids on open containers and do not fill containers to a height where the contents, especially hot liquids, could spill during braking, vehicle maneuvers, or in an accident. Liquids spilled on vehicle occupants may cause serious personal injury. Liquids spilled on vehicle equipment may cause damage not covered by the Mercedes-Benz Limited Warranty.

When not in use, keep the cup holder closed.

An open cup holder may cause injury to you or others when contacted during braking, vehicle maneuvers, or in an accident.

Keep in mind that objects placed in the cup holder may come loose during braking, vehicle maneuvers, or in an accident and be thrown around in the vehicle interior. Objects thrown around in the vehicle interior may cause an accident and/or serious personal injury.

    Cup holder in the front-compartment center console
    You can remove the cup holder to clean it. Clean with clear, lukewarm water only. E 63 AMG •►  To open: slide cover 1 back All vehicles except E 63 AMG •►  To open ...

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    Trunk
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