Assist grips

An assist grip (Type A) can be used to support your body while sitting on the seat.

An assist grip (Type B) can be used when getting in or out of the vehicle and others.

1. Assist grip (Type A)

1. Assist grip (Type A)

2. Assist grip (Type B)


 - Assist grip (Type A)

Do not use the assist grip (Type A) when getting in or out of the vehicle or rising from your seat.


 - To prevent damage of the assist grip

Do not hang any heavy object or put a heavy load on the assist grip.

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