^ The doors are fixed to the front pillars of the body with internally fitted hinges. A unique feature of the door is the built-in alarm lock cylinder (arrow).
The rear lid release handle is located on the drivers door post (B-pillar) and for safety reasons can only be accessed when the door is open. The luggage compartment lid is double-latched. Gas support struts enable the lids to be open in any position. The luggage compartment is under the front lid and contains the tool kit, the spare wheel, the battery and the fusebox/relay panel. The rear lid covers the engine compartment and carries the air intake grille for the engine.
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