Passive safety refers to measures that help protect the occupants against injury or help reduce injury severity in the event of an accident. Passive safety measures include the safety belt system, the airbags*, the rigid occupant cell and the crumple zones at the front of the vehicle. Safety features built into the body, front and rear, help to dissipate most of the impact energy. All of these elements help to provide excellent all-round protection.
* Airbags are supplemental restraint systems only and will not deploy under all accident circumstances. Always use seat belts and child seating appropriate for their size and age. All child seating must satisfy the current legislation standards.