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rear

(rîr)
n.
1. A hind part.
2. Informal The buttocks.
adj.
Of, at, or located in the rear.
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Side airbags: Front and rear head curtain airbags and front seat-mounted torso airbags (standard); rear seat-mounted torso airbags (optional).
Come to think about it you don't even get rear head restraints or a radio - I can't remember the last time I had a car without a radio - but you can add both for a realistic price.
The vehicle features four-wheel ABS brakes, front and rear head air bags, dual front side-mounted air bags, passenger air bag sensing deactivation, child seat anchors, rear door child safety locks, remote anti-theft alarm system, engine immobiliser, electronic brake assist, electronic brake force distribution, stability and traction control and tyre pressure monitoring system.
This is demonstrated by a complete and unique range of standard equipment: ESC with ELD, manual climate control system, CD/MP3 radio, 15" burnished alloy rims, 175/65 R15 M+S tyres, electric rear view mirrors, central locking system with remote control and rear head restraints.
Roll-over protection consists of two robust bars, each with a diameter of 35mm, which are housed in the rear head restraints in modules behind the rear seat backrests.
The highly-marketable five-seater SUV also features a side-hinged rear door and excellent safety features such as driver- and passenger-depowered air bags; front and rear head restraints; anti lock brakes; and front fog lights in addition to a smart key, aluminum rings and a replaceable steering wheel and other features that brings this vehicle next to many luxurious car categories.
At the foundation is an improved rear Magic Seat(R), now featuring one-motion dive-down functionality, which allows the rear seat to fold flat with the front seats in the rearmost slide position and without removing the rear head restraints.
The Pop gets guide-me-home headlights, a trip computer, rear head rests, six speakers and a folding rear seat as standard.
It gets front side airbags, remote locking, rev counter, rear head restraints, electric front windows, colour-keyed door handles and mirrors, and an uprated four-speaker sound system, while common to all models are driver and passenger airbags, anti-lock brakes, manual door mirrors, a fully-adjustable steering wheel, lights-on warning, and phone power socket.
The specification is generous with front airbags, side airbags, ABS, power steering, adjustable steering wheel, electric windows, remote-controlled door locking, a full-size spare wheel, and body-colour bumpers, body-colour door mirrors and door handles and a 50/50 split rear bench seat with rear head restraints and side protection.
The budget-priced Alto, gains rear head restraints, new seats and new interior trim for 2004 but remains on special offer at pounds 5,495.
PAS: power-assisted steering; EW: electric windows; C/L: central locking; A/C: air conditioning; ACC: automatic climate control; H/B: hatchback; ICE: In-car entertainment; RHR: rear head restraints; SRS: Supplementary restraint system (airbag); HRW: heated rear window; HFS: heated front screen; HWW: headlamp wash wipe; S/R: sunroof; E/S/R: electric sunroof; EDM: electric door mirrors; ABS: anti-lock brakes system; FWD: front wheel drive; RWD: rear wheel drive; 4X4: four-wheel drive; 4WS: four wheel steering; RWW: rear wash wipe; MPH: miles per hour; MPG: miles per gallon; SE: special equipment; AW: alloy wheels; EFS: electric front seats; HEFS: heated electric front seats.