Range Rover Evoque: Folding and raising the rear seats - Rear seats - Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Owner's ManualRange Rover Evoque: Folding and raising the rear seats

Folding and raising the rear seats
Folding and raising the rear seats

The split fold rear seat of 5 door models can be folded completely, or partially at 60/40 split, to accommodate loads and still retain seating for passengers.

To fold part or all of the seat: 1. Fully lower the head restraints.

2. Press either seat backrest release button, then fold the appropriate backrest fully forward.

Raising a folded seat is a reversal of the folding process.

When the seat back is fully raised and locked into position, the release/locking button will pop up.

With the Coupe 3 door models, if a fold is required, the smaller part must be folded first.

The larger part can then be folded.

Raising the Coupe folded seats is a reversal of the folding process. Ensure that the release/locking button relocates into the correct position.

is Ensure that when the backrest is raised the locking mechanism is fully engaged. If the backrests are not fully locked in place, red markers will be visible around the backrest buttons.

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