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Airbag (safety airbag) is an element of the passive safety system, designed to minimize injury risk in case of a road accident.

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ABS (Anti-lock braking system) is a system, which prevents full locking of the vehicle wheel at sharp braking.

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Steptronic is a function of manual gear shifting on an automatic transmission. It was created by the ZF Friedrichshafen AG German manufacturer, based on BMW’s design in 1996. It can be seen on BMW, Mini, MG and Rover cars. The gearbox can be controlled using the selector lever or the buttons located on the steering wheel.

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Tiptronic is the proprietary name for a function that allows the driver to manually control an automatic transmission. The system was developed by the Porsche company in 1990, and was originally installed exclusively on cars of this brand. Now, different versions of Tiptronic can be found on models of such manufacturers as Audi, Volkswagen, Seat, and Peugeot.

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Manumatic is the term used to refer to automatic, semi-automatic, and continuously variable transmissions with the function of manual gear shifting.

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CiTD is a direct-injection diesel system used in Mazda cars. Abbreviation CiTD is also used for diesel engines of the company fitted with this system, which have inline arrangement of cylinders, a turbocharger system, and piezo injectors developed by the Denso Company. These engines save fuel and feature high efficiency.

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Acronym DI-D (Direct Injection for Denso) stands for Japanese Mitsubishi diesel engines equipped with Common Rail direct fuel injection system. These are turbocharged inline 4-cylinder engines. The engines are economical, have high efficiency, and meet modern emission standards.

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DDiS, or Diesel Direct Injection System is the designation for Suzuki diesel engines with Common Rail direct injection system. Usually, engines are equipped with variable geometry turbochargers and intercoolers. To date, all DDiS engines have 4 cylinders arranged in a line. The common fuel rail contains piezoelectric injectors, which allows for more efficient fuel consumption and reduces harmful emissions to the atmosphere.

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dCi diesel engines are developed by Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and Renault Group. The acronym stands for Common rail diesel injection and is used to mark diesel engines with 4 inline cylinders, a turbocharger and Common Rail direct fuel injection. These power units are often used by European and Asian manufacturers.

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D-4D is the name of the direct fuel injection system developed by Toyota Motor Corporation. In addition, this abbreviation is used for Toyota diesel engines fitted with this system.

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