Honda CR-V: Carrying Cargo on the Dual Deck Cargo Shelf

Honda CR-V (2006–2011) Owner's Manual / Before Driving / Carrying Cargo / Carrying Cargo on the Dual Deck Cargo Shelf

If equipped

On U.S. model is shown

On U.S. model is shown

Do not put any items on the dual deck cargo shelf that could block your view or be thrown around the vehicle during a crash.

Do not use the dual deck cargo shelf if the rear seats are folded down.

Do not exceed the dual deck cargo shelf load limit of 20 lbs on U.S.

models, and 10 kg on Canadian models.

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