Audi Q3 Owners & Service Manuals

Audi Q3: Rear seats

General information


  • To reduce the risk of an accident, only adjust the seat when the vehicle is stationary.
  • Be careful when adjusting the seat. Unsupervised or careless seat adjustment could cause parts of the body to get pinched, which increases the risk of injury.
  • Always pull forward on the backrest to make sure it is correctly locked in place.

Adjusting the seats

Sitting correctly and safely
Fig. 52 Adjusting the position

Sitting correctly and safely
Fig. 53 Adjusting the backrests

Adjusting the seat position

  • To adjust the seat forward or back, pull the handle fig. 52 and slide the seat.
  • Release the handle and continue sliding the seat until it locks into place.

Adjusting the backrests

  • Support the backrest with one hand and pull the strap 1 at the same time.
  • Move the backrest forward or back to the desired position.
  • Release the strap and continue moving the backrest until it locks into place.


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