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    Question Can the rear seats slide to the front too?

    Hi I just saw some pictures here on of the threads where the rear seats were slid to the front to gain more trunk space. I am not talking about reclining or folding the seats which I know is possible in passo, but what I want to make sure is if I can slide them to the front to make more space without changing the angle of the seats in order to create more space for a sub. Anyone?


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    Such as this

    Can the rear seats slide to the front too? -1644005

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    No yo cannot slide it till front....you can remove the seats if you want
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    Thanks mate but what about what we are seeing in this picture? Are these removed to stick to the front like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by omarabbas View Post
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    Can the rear seats slide to the front too? -1644005
    Passo has this option where you pull the bottom of seats down and then you fold the rear top and it becomes a flat floor for added trunk space, in a normal car when you fold the seat its not flat floor cuz the folded bit rests on top of the rear seat so the trunk space is 2 level

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    I get what you are trying to say but what about the seats in the pictures bro? I dont want to fold it because lets say I have people on board but at the same time I want to gain a few more inches in the trunk by sliding the rear seats a few inches to the front like they've been slid in the picture to get a boxed sub in the trunk. Simply just tell me what sorcery is going on in this picture?

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    I think full seat (bottom+back) cannot slide forward, but just the the cushion part of the bottom can slide forward. Think it as a bed, so if you lie down and sleep on it while car is running, you are protected against falling on the floor.

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    Can the rear seats slide to the front too? -1651778

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    Can the rear seats slide to the front too? -1651779

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    Can the rear seats slide to the front too? -1651780

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    Can the rear seats slide to the front too? -1651781

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    @omarabbas see the images posted above. Hope it helps.

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    Thanks bro but as I own it now Alhamdolillah I know how it works. Would definitely recommend this car to anyone looking for a car in this range

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    the pictures you posted was of my previous Passo 2007

    btw, you can slide them to front to make more trunk space.
    Can the rear seats slide to the front too? - 1129397d1360686618 got my new ride toyota passo masha allah dsc 0445
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    I own suzuki stingray, its rear seats can slide forward and backward because they are mounted on rails as front seats are mounted. Another interesting feature is that the driver seats HEIGHT can be increased/decreased through pneumatic system provided in it

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