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Even the base Fiesta Studio from pounds 8395 has power-assisted steering, an immobiliser passive anti-theft system and "smart" driver and front passenger airbags that react according to the type and severity of accident.
But safety and security equipment is well in evidence with dual front and side airbags, side impact door beams front and rear and Safeguard Passive Anti-Theft System, plus the Advanced Restraint System.
On-site security is of course, of the essence, and Ford have addressed this with remote central locking now being available on both the Ranger Super Cab and Double Cab models which, on locking, activates Ford's passive anti-theft system (PATS).
We've upgraded an existing, proven technology -- the SecuriLock passive anti-theft system -- with some simple software upgrades to develop a new unique feature that we believe will resonate with customers," said Jim Buczkowski, director, Electrical and Electronic Systems Engineering -- the same team that developed SYNC in partnership with Microsoft.
Toyota Motor Europe Manufacturing honored Visteon with the "Achievement Award" for quality delivery of the passive anti-theft system amplifier transponder.
SecuriLock(TM) passive anti-theft system standard; remote keyless entry standard on four-door models
Toyota -- Visteon supplies its Passive Anti-Theft System to Toyota for the 2002 Camry.
Visteon's Passive Anti-Theft System, which is now available as an option on the 2002 Toyota Camry, will prevent drive-away theft by ensuring that only the owner's key is used to start the vehicle.