Honda CR-V: Cargo Pass-through

The rear center seat-back has a

The rear center seat-back has a cargo area pass-through. To use the cargo area pass-through, pull up the release on top of the center seatback and fold it down.

If your vehicle is equipped with a dual deck cargo shelf, do not use the shelf when any seat-back is folded down. Objects placed on this shelf can be thrown forward and occupants can be injured during sudden stops or a collision.

For more information on the dual deck cargo shelf.

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