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Mitsubishi Outlander: Luggage hooks

There are 4 hooks located on the floor and side walls of the luggage area.

There are 4 hooks located on the floor and side walls of the luggage area.

Use the hooks on the floor for securing the luggage.

CAUTION:

● Do not pile up the luggage beyond the seatback height. Also, firmly secure the luggage.

Otherwise, serious accidents could result due to hindered rearward view or flying objects during sudden braking.

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