Features in new Japanese models (2): Honda, Mazda, Subaru, Suzuki, and Daihatsu
Availability of front pedestrian braking grows; emerging use of pedestrian protection airbag
This is the second of three reports that looks at features available in new models released for sale in Japan by Japanese OEMs from August 2015 to February 2017. This report features 14 new models. The vehicles that will be profiled are as follows: five from the Suzuki brand, four from Honda, two each from Subaru and Daihatsu, and one from Mazda.
The third report will focus on features available on new mini cars launched during the same period.
The Subaru Impreza adopts pedestrian protection airbag
as standard equipment (Photo: Subaru)
Features in new Japanese models (1): Toyota, Lexus and Nissan (Mar. 2017)
Equipment on new European models: PSA, Renault, FCA, GM, Ford and Volvo (Nov. 2016)
U.S. OEMs expanding use of front pedestrian braking on new models (Sep. 2016)
Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi extending active safety features (Oct. 2016)
Increased prevalence of advanced safety packages on new Japanese models (Jul. 2015)
Innovative features in Japanese minicars (Jul. 2015)
Major features of new Hyundai-Kia lineup highlighted by increased use of ADAS (Jun. 2015)