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I can't believe someone from the dealership did not go over everything with you on the car. When I go my first Macan S in 2017 the salesman loved it when he told me to open the back and I fumbled around looking for the button.
 

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I can't believe someone from the dealership did not go over everything with you on the car. When I go my first Macan S in 2017 the salesman loved it when he told me to open the back and I fumbled around looking for the button.
I literally took my car and drove it to Arizona so I got no instruction but that was on me
 

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The dealer wanted to show me everything, but I was impatient and just wanted to jump in and drive.

I learned a lot later reading the manual and hanging out here!
 

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The dealer wanted to show me everything, but I was impatient and just wanted to jump in and drive.

I learned a lot later reading the manual and hanging out here!
The same I took my Macan and drove from the dealership straight to Arizona 😂
 

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I'm here to tell you that is so much you can learn by reading that manual. One of my biggest disappointments this year was when PCNA took the manual off the internet.
Yes.. so much information it’s hard for a dummy like me
 

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Hello - I’ve just bought my brand new Miami Blue Macan and needless to say, I love it. Well - I’m super worried that one day someone will accidentally press the boot button on the fob and open the hatch while in my very low garage. It will definitely damage the hatch pretty badly.

Is there a way to lock the hatch so that it can’t be opened with a fob unless unlocked first? Or somehow adjust the height of the hatch so that it stops before fully open?

If it’s a no for both, then the only way will be to add some padding on the garage ceiling but even that won’t prevent some damage, I’m sure...

Thanks!
 

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Hello - I’ve just bought my brand new Miami Blue Macan and needless to say, I love it. Well - I’m super worried that one day someone will accidentally press the boot button on the fob and open the hatch while in my very low garage. It will definitely damage the hatch pretty badly.

Is there a way to lock the hatch so that it can’t be opened with a fob unless unlocked first? Or somehow adjust the height of the hatch so that it stops before fully open?

If it’s a no for both, then the only way will be to add some padding on the garage ceiling but even that won’t prevent some damage, I’m sure...

Thanks!
Many years ago a service adviser showed me that there is a way to set the the trunk to only rise to a specific height . I don't remember how but if there is not a lock choice then its something else to consider.
 

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Check the owners manual. You can set how high the trunk hatch opens up to. I did on my Macan.
 
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