ISOFIX


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ISOFIX

The European standard for child safety seats, which specifies where the attachment points for child safety seats in passenger vehicles are to be placed.
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The model features headlamps and tail lamps similar to those on the current model, with the front bumper likely to receive the most apparent changes, dual airbags, ABS with EBD and brake assist, stability control, hill-start assist and ISOFIX rear child seat anchors.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 19, 2019-: Global Automotive ISOFIX Mounts Market by End-user & Geography - Forecast to 2023
The Marazzo, which comes with standard double airbags, ABS, seatbelt reminders (SBR) for driver and ISOFIX anchorages, achieved the four-star rating form Global NCAP, an internationally renowned safety accreditation body.
Both models also get dual front airbags (with front-side airbags for the GL), electronic stability control, hill-start assist and ISOFIX child restraint anchors.
ISOFIX mounted seats had fewer problems with eight out of 10 seats correctly fitted.
But 80% of seats with Isofix points built into the car were correctly fitted.
And if your car has Isofix (a car seat fitting system), then choose this over a belted option, as it's easier to fit and provides better crash protection."
Accommodating up to four ISOFIX child car seats in premium luxury, comfort and safety, the V-Class offers parents peace of mind on all levels.
With seven full-sized adult seats, the Discovery also breaks the mould by providing up to five ISOFIX mounting points.
It also includes airbags as standard and ISOFIX anchors, designed for easy installation of child seats.
The Citroen C1 consist of ABS, EBA, ESC, Cornering Stability Control, six airbag and two rear Isofix mounting points.