Ford Motor Company announced that it will expand the availability of rear inflatable safety belts into the 2014 Ford Fusion

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BOURBONNAIS, IL – Vehicle safety features are among some of the top decision factors when purchasing a car. It’s no wonder why, because we want to protect our families as well as ourselves. Ford Motor Company announced that it will expand the availability of rear inflatable safety belts into the 2014 Ford Fusion.

Including this feature into the 2014 Ford Fusion, which will include the Fusion Hybrid as well as the Fusion Energi, will make it the only vehicle in its class to offer these safety belts. Inflatable safety belts combine the attributes of safety belts and airbags. Introduced in 2011 by Ford, the inflatable safety belt is now available in six Ford and Lincoln models including: Ford Explorer, Fusion, Flex, Taurus and Lincold MKT and Lincoln MKZ.

“The inflatable belt is designed to help reduce head, neck and chest injuries for rear-seat passengers, often children and older passengers who can be more vulnerable to such injuries,” said Srinivasan Sundararajan, safety technical leader with Ford’s research and advanced engineering group. “This is another unique family technology that builds on our safety leadership.”

Ford Motor Company announced that it will expand the availability of rear inflatable safety belts into the 2014 Ford Fusion. If you are interested in learning about all of the safety features available for your next vehicle, make sure to visit your local Bradley Ford dealership today! Our sales team is ready to answer any questions that you may have.

Court Street Ford, located at 558 William Latham Drive, is a multi-year president’s award winning dealership. We are committed to exceptional customer service! Stop by or give us a call at (815) 939-9600, our knowledgeable sales team will be happy to help!

Visit our Website: Court Street Ford

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