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Rear Seat that better prevents luggage from entering the cabin

Mazda vehicles are constructed in such a way that reduces the chances of passengers being injured if objects in the luggage compartment move forward in situations such as heavy braking. The seat features a rigid seat back frame, a hinge structure that resists separation due to impact and a latch that fully supports the seatback. This construction reduces the chances passengers being injured by luggage in the event of a frontal collision.

How Rear Seat designed to better prevent luggage from entering the cabin works