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|Often must be ordered with power rear side windows, if these are available.
|Unlock and lock the car using buttons on the keyfob.
|Brakes, Airbags, and Other Safety
|Automatically pulse the brakes in hard stops to prevent wheels from locking up, making it possible to brake and steer at the same time.
|When a panic stop is sensed, fully applies the brakes.
|Mandatory, in all cars.
|Airbags contained just above the window level. Except in cars without a rear seat usually cover first and second row.
|Selectively applies the brakes to prevent excessive understeer or oversteer (spinning).
|Two types: a warning light when a tire is low on air and a pressure readout for each tire.
|When a drive wheel slips, it is braked and/or engine power is reduced, restoring traction.
|Filters exterior air before it enters the passenger compartment. No default value because most cars have them, even in cases where they're not in the official list of features.
|Ducts under front seats direct heated air to the second row.
|Increasingly often these are not actually connected to the exhaust.
|Can be small lip spoiler or a larger raised spoiler.
|Jack for an iPod or similar device. No value because of incomplete data. Will soon be standard on nearly every car.
|Audio system capable of playing discs with MP3 files.
|Often permits an iPod or phone to be integrated into the vehicle's entertainment system and controls.
|Instruments, Lights, and Mirrors
|Light wide area close in front of the vehicle.
|Includes value of manual remote mirrors.
|Reports engine speed.
|Reports average fuel economy, and perhaps also instantaneous fuel economy, distance to empty, average speed, and other stats.
|Seats and Interior Trim
|Seat folds to enlarge cargo area. Unless the seat is also removable, it usually folds flat or nearly flat.
|Suspension, Wheels, and Tires