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Tech Spotlight - Honda Sensing® | Anniston, AL

Tech Spotlight - Honda Sensing® | Anniston, AL
The Honda Sensing® suite includes some of the industry’s latest and greatest safety technologies. These systems are designed to maximize occupant safety and reduce driver fatigue on long drives. Best of all, Honda Sensing® is available or standard on most Honda models, including the 2019 Accord, Odyssey, and Pilot.

The Collision Mitigation Braking System™ is capable of detecting when a collision is imminent. Once a collision is detected, the system alerts the driver and hits the brakes if the driver fails to react in time. In doing so, the system can effectively reduce the severity of or avoid the collision altogether.

The Road Departure Mitigation System tracks lane markings. If the Honda vehicle crosses the markings without an active turn signal, the system will adjust the braking and steering to keep the car in its lane.

Adaptive Cruise Control takes normal cruise control to the next level. The advanced system maintains a certain distance from detected vehicles. If the other vehicle leaves the lane, Adaptive Cruise Control resumes its set speed.

The Lane Keeping Assist System detects lane markings. If the Honda starts to leave its lane, the system adjusts the steering to keep the car in line.

Traffic Sign Recognition uses a small camera to detect road signs. The technology notifies drivers of posted speed limits as the car passes them.

Honda LaneWatch™ is a side-mirror camera system exclusive to the Honda lineup. The camera turns on every time the right turn signal is activated. The camera displays nearly four times what the average passenger mirror shows.

Auto High-Beam Headlights can intuitively switch between high and low beam headlights depending on the car’s surroundings. This system takes stress off the driver and prevents oncoming drivers from being blinded.

The Blind Spot Information System detects when a vehicle is in the adjacent lane. If the turn signal is activated while a vehicle is in the driver’s blind spot, the system alerts the driver both visually and audibly.

Most new Honda models now come with Honda Sensing® as standard equipment. Visit us at Sunny King Honda to learn more!

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