Q: How many air bags does my car have?

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How many air bags does my car have?

Your vehicle has 10 air bags: frontal air bags for both the driver and the front seat passenger; knee air bags for both the driver and front seat passenger; seat-mounted side impact air bags for the driver, the front seat passenger, and both passengers in the rear outboard seats; and roof-rail air bags behind the driver and front passenger seat to protect all four outboard seats.

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