Q: How many airbags does my car have, and where are they located?

asked by on January 04, 2016

How many airbags does my car have, and where are they located?

Your vehicle has six airbags: frontal airbags for both the driver and the front passenger; seat-mounted side impact airbags for both the driver and the front passenger; and roof-rail airbags behind both front seats, to protect both rows of seating.

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