Buckle up and drive with added confidence. From Automatic Emergency Braking to Vehicle Diagnostics
Safety or driver assistance features are no substitute for the driver’s responsibility to operate the vehicle in a safe manner. The driver should remain attentive to traffic, surroundings and road conditions at all times. Visibility, weather and road conditions may affect feature performance. Read the vehicle’s Owner’s Manual for more important feature limitations and information.
Front Pedestrian Braking can help you avoid or reduce the severity of a front-end collision with a pedestrian it detects directly ahead of you. It provides pedestrian alerts and can even automatically provide hard emergency braking or enhance the driver’s hard braking. The system works at speeds between 5 and 50 mph during the daytime. It has limited nighttime and low visibility performance.
At speeds above 5 mph and up to highway speeds, Automatic Emergency Braking can help you avoid or reduce the severity of a collision with a detected vehicle you’re following. Camera technology is used to automatically provide hard emergency braking or enhance the driver’s hard braking.
Forward Collision Alert can warn you if it detects a potential front-end collision with a vehicle you’re following, so you can take action. It can also provide a tailgating alert if you’re following a vehicle much too closely.
Safety Alert Seat uses left-, right- or both-side driver seat vibration pulses to help you identify the direction of potential crashes. You can also switch to beeping crash avoidance alerts.
Rear Seat Reminder can alert you to look in your rear seat before leaving your vehicle under certain conditions. It is activated by the opening and closing of the rear door just before or during vehicle use.
Rear Park Assist can provide alerts to nearby detected objects behind your vehicle to help you park and avoid collisions when in Reverse at low speeds.
HD Rear Vision Camera shows you a high-resolution digital image of the area directly behind your vehicle when in Reverse to help you park and avoid vehicles and objects. You can also display an overlap of where your vehicle is heading.
Helps encourage better driving habits for teens. Turns certain safety features on when a Teen Driver-designated key fob is used and mutes the radio until the front-seat occupants fasten their seat belts. Gives you feedback on how your new driver is doing behind the wheel.
Monitors your vehicle’s key operating systems and provides you with regular updates about your vehicle’s health.