Honda Sensing Safety & Driver Assistance Features
Driver assistance technology is designed to provide users with services that are convenient and make travel safer. Honda Sensing is a suite of driver assistance features that are available for certain Honda models. Continue reading to learn more about Honda Sensing safety and driver assistance features.
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Multiple passive safety and driver assistance technology features fall under the Honda Sensing umbrella. Some of these features aim to increase driver visibility and situational awareness. When a driver signals to turn, the available Blind Spot Information System checks the neighboring lane for vehicles. If a vehicle is detected, an indicator on the side mirror will blink and a beeping noise will alert the driver until the space is clear. Also available is the Multi-Angle Rearview Camera, which detects approaching vehicles when in reverse.
Other features are available as well, including the Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS). If the system detects the vehicle drifting into a different lane without signaling, it will automatically adjust steering to bring the vehicle back to the lane’s center. The Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) applies brake pressure automatically when a collision that cannot be avoided is detected.
Honda Sensing Model Availability
Honda Sensing features are offered for most new Honda vehicles. For some vehicles, such as the 2019 Insight Hybrid and the 2019 Pilot, Honda Sensing features are standard for all trim levels. Others, such as the 2019 Odyssey, offer Honda Sensing as standard on certain trim levels. Alternatively, Honda Sensing may be offered as an optional package at certain trim levels, which is the case for the 2018 Civic Hatchback, 2018 Civic Sedan and 2019 Fit.
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