Mitsubishi Outlander: Bottle holder - For pleasant driving - Mitsubishi Outlander Owner's ManualMitsubishi Outlander: Bottle holder

CAUTION:
● Do not drink beverages while driving. This is distracting and could cause an accident.
● Drinks could be spilled by the vibration and jolts while driving. If the spilt drink is very hot, you could be burnt.

NOTE:
● Tightly close the cap on drink bottles before storing them.
● Some bottles may be too big or the wrong shape to fit in the holder.

For the front seat

There are bottle holders located on both sides.

There are bottle holders located on both sides.

For the second seat

There are bottle holders located on both sides.

There are bottle holders located on both sides.

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