Mazda 2: Liftgate/Boot Lid

WARNING

Never allow a person to ride in the luggage compartment/boot: Allowing a person to ride in the luggage compartment/boot is dangerous. The person in the luggage compartment/boot could be seriously injured or killed during sudden braking or a collision.

Do not drive with the liftgate/boot lid open: Exhaust gas in the cabin of a vehicle is dangerous. An open liftgate/boot lid in a moving vehicle will cause exhaust gas to be drawn into the cabin. This gas contains CO (carbon monoxide), which is colourless, odourless, and highly poisonous, and it can cause loss of consciousness and death. Moreover, an open liftgate/boot lid could cause occupants to fall out in an accident.

Do not stack or leave loaded luggage unsecured in the luggage compartment: Otherwise, the luggage may move or collapse, resulting in injury or an accident. In addition, do not load luggage higher than the seatbacks. It may affect the side or rear fi eld of view.

CAUTION

Liftgate/Boot Lid


Opening and Closing the Liftgate/ Boot Lid

Opening the liftgate (Hatchback)

Using the electric liftgate opener

Unlock the doors and liftgate, then press the electric liftgate opener on the liftgate and raise it when the latch releases.

Using the electric liftgate opener


NOTE

(With the advanced keyless function)

Opening the boot lid (Saloon)

Using the remote release button

Push the release button.

Using the remote release button


Using the electric boot lid opener (With the advanced keyless function)

A boot lid can also be opened while the key is being carried.

Press the electric boot lid opener on the boot lid, then raise the boot lid when the latch releases.

Using the remote release button


NOTE

Closing the liftgate/boot lid

(Hatchback) Lower the liftgate slowly using the liftgate grip recess, then push the liftgate closed using both hands.

Do not slam it. Pull up on the liftgate to make sure it is secure.

Closing the liftgate/boot lid


(Saloon) Use both hands to push the boot lid down until the lock snaps shut. Do not slam it.

Pull up on the boot lid to make sure it is secure.

Luggage Compartment

Luggage compartment cover (Hatchback)*

WARNING

Do not place anything on top of the cover: Placing luggage or other cargo on top of the luggage compartment cover is dangerous. During sudden braking or a collision, the cargo could become a projectile that could hit and injure someone. The vehicle has a light weight luggage compartment cover to keep the contents of your luggage area out of sight; it will not retain heavy objects that are not tied down in an accident such as a rollover. Tie down all heavy objects, whether luggage or cargo, using the tie down hooks.

Make sure luggage and cargo are secured before driving: Not securing cargo while driving is dangerous as it could move or be crushed during sudden braking or a collision and cause injury.

CAUTION

Make sure the luggage compartment cover is fi rmly secured. If it is not fi rmly secured, it could unexpectedly disengage resulting in injury.

The luggage compartment can be accessed by opening the liftgate when the straps are attached to the sides of the liftgate.

Luggage Compartment


Removing the cover

This cover can be removed for more room.

  1. Remove the straps from the hooks.
  2. Lift the end of the luggage compartment cover a little, pull it outward, and remove it from the pins.

Removing the cover


  1. Lift the front end of the luggage compartment cover and remove it.

Loading golf bags (only Saloon)

Up to two golf bags can be carried in the boot.

  1. Place the bottom of the fi rst golf bag in the boot with its bottom pointed to the left and fi t it into the front of the boot.

Loading golf bags (only Saloon)


  1. Place the second golf bag in the boot with its bottom pointed to the left and fi t it into the back of the boot.

Loading golf bags (only Saloon)


NOTE

Some golf bags cannot fi t depending on their size.

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