For that model, I’d go with… maybe.
The main culprits in data-storing imaging are faxes (I may “have a friend… who isn’t me”) who has exploited this in a rival company’s office location by stopping in for a friendly visit to use their fax machine “since our power is out” and using the document recall function to gather some “business intelligence” (aka, detect fraud). The multifunction devices that scan/copy/fax/print/wash your car are typically networked devices. I’ve seen many implementations in which multi-function devices (usually HP, but that’s not a criticism of HP - it’s a configuration issue) are “wide open” on the network. Anyone with network comms to the device can pull recently printed/faxed/scanned images without any meaningful authentication.
To be safe, I would usually recommend that a client rip open the device (or find the tech specs) to determine if there is any magnetic storage media and destroy it before getting rid of it. The lazy man’s option would be to do a hard factory reset on the device (someone would have to at least make an effort to recover the data).