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Peugeot 2008: Ease of use and comfort / Rear bench seat

Bench seat with fixed cushions and split folding backrests (2/3-1/3) to adapt the boot load space.

Rear head restraints

Peugeot 2008. Rear bench seat

They have two positions:

  • A high position, for when the seat is in use:
    • Pull the head restraint fully up.
  • A low position, for stowing, when the seat is not in use:
    • Press the lug A to release the head restraint and push it down.

The rear head restraints can be removed.

Removing a head restraint

  • Release the backrest using control 1.
  • Tilt the backrest slightly forwards.
  • Pull the head restraint fully up.
  • Press the lug A to release the head restraint and remove it completely.

Refitting a head restraint

  • Insert the head restraint rods into the guides in the corresponding backrest.
  • Push the head restraint fully down.
  • Press the lug A to release the head restraint and push it down.

Peugeot 2008. Rear bench seat Never drive with passengers seated at the rear when the head restraints are removed; the head restraints should be in place and in the high position.

The head restraint for the centre seat and those for the outer seats are not interchangeable.

Folding the backrests

Peugeot 2008. Rear bench seat Manoeuvring the backrests should only be done when the vehicle is stationary.

First steps:

  • Lower the head restraints.
  • If necessary, move the front seats forward.
  • Check that no person or object might interfere with the folding of the backrests (clothing, luggage, etc.).
  • Check that the seat belts are free, not engaged in the buckles. Release them so that the backrest can be moved.

Peugeot 2008. Rear bench seat

  • Press the backrest release grip 1.
  • Guide the backrest 2 down to the horizontal position.

Peugeot 2008. Rear bench seat When the backrest is released, the red indicator in the release grip is visible.

Repositioning the backrests

Peugeot 2008. Rear bench seat First check that the outer seat belts are lying vertically flat alongside the backrest latching rings.

Peugeot 2008. Rear bench seat

  • Put the backrest 2 in the upright position and push it firmly to latch it home.
  • Check that the red indicator is no longer visible in the release grip 1.
  • Ensure that the outer seat belts were not trapped during the operation.

Peugeot 2008. Rear bench seat Please note: an incorrectly latched backrest compromises the safety of passengers in the event of sudden braking or an accident.

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