6 air bags

  • Front air bags help to restrain the driver and right-front passenger in a moderate to severe frontal impact
  • Work with the safety belt system to reduce the risk of injury to the driver and right-front passenger if involved in an impact
  • Passenger Sensing System automatically switches that seat's air bag1 on or off, based on weight and pressure on the seat
  • Dual-stage frontal air bags1  vary their inflation speed and pressure depending on the severity of the impact, reducing the risk of air bag-related injury
  • Seat-mounted side-impact air bags1 for front and rear outboard seating positions deploy from the seats and provide additional protection when your vehicle is struck from the side
  • Head-curtain side-impact air bags1 help reduce the risk of head and neck injuries to occupants seated in the outboard seating positions in side-impact collision
. 1 Always use safety belts and the correct child restraint for your child's age and size, even with air bags. Even in vehicles equipped with the Passenger Sensing System, children are safer when properly secured in a rear seat in the appropriate infant, child or booster seat. Never place a rear-facing infant restraint in the front seat of any vehicle equipped with an active frontal air bag. See the Owner’s Manual and the child safety seat instructions for more safety information.