Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Three Safety Features you Need in your Honda Car



Buying a new car requires a lot of preparation and research. For starters you have to decide what kind of car you want; this includes deciding on the make and model. Next, you need to consider the essentials, like fuel economy and cargo space. Safety features aren’t usually considered essential, but here at Keyes Honda, we’re trying to change that.

We believe that vehicle safety features are just as important as Bluetooth capability or heated seats. Since many drivers are unsure about what safety features are necessary for their vehicle, the staff at your Los Angeles Honda dealer is here to help you out.  We’ve put together a list of three safety features you need to have in your new Honda car.

Adaptive Cruise Control
Available in the 2019 Honda Civic, Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) lets the driver set a speed for when their vehicle is in cruise control. Designed to be adaptive to the frequent stops and starts in a driver’s daily commute, Adaptive Cruise Control maintains a desired distance between the vehicle ahead of you.

Forward Collision Warning
The goal of Forward Collision Warning (FCW) is to prevent forward collisions by alerting the driver to the detected vehicle ahead with audio and visual signals. The system compares the two vehicles’ speeds and will inform the driver if a collision is expected to occur so that the driver can apply the brakes and avoid the collision altogether.

Lane Keeping Assist System
The Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) keeps your Honda car centered in its lane by using a forward-facing camera. The system proactively works by applying steering torque to guide the car back to the center of the lane when it starts to drift.

To learn more about essential safety features for your Honda car, visit Keyes Honda today!

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