side-impact airbags

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  • Thus almost all new cars now come with at least two airbags as standard.
  • Front and side airbags were standard across the whole range.
  • Passive safety was also made better, all versions got window airbags as standard.
  • Custom made are not suitable for new off-road vehicles with side airbags.
  • Most cars today have driver's side airbags and many have one on the passenger side as well.
  • This was due to reports of a small number of airbags being deployed upon starting the engine.
  • Passenger airbags also became standard on all models this year.
  • Side airbags are standard on some high end models.
  • The Yaris became the first car in its class to offer nine airbags.
  • They are advised to be in the back seat or have the airbags turned off.
  • Side airbags are also now standard, as well as electronic stability control.
  • A Poor score was given to models without side airbags.
  • A Poor score is given to models without side airbags.
  • In Europe, airbags were almost entirely absent from family cars until the early 1990s.
  • Also driver airbags started to appear in some European models.
  • Limited Edition models also came with side airbags standard.
  • In the side impact test, a Poor overall rating was given to models without side airbags.
  • It was not without problems as one of the bus' airbags worked loose.
  • Over time, various manufacturers have used different terms for airbags.
  • It was not until the early 1990s that airbags became widespread in American cars.
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