Honda Sensing was introduced to the United States almost ten years ago on the 2015 Honda CR-V. Today, it represents many different driver assistance features rolled into one convenient package. You'll be able to find the next-generation driver tech as standard issue on future Honda products.

New Honda Sensing 360 Features for Middlebury Shoppers

Honda has set a lofty goal: to achieve zero traffic collision deaths involving Honda vehicles by 2050. New Honda Sensing 360 features include advanced aids like front cross-traffic warning, a collision mitigation braking system, lane change collision mitigation, active lane change assist, and adaptive cruise control with low-speed following. Together, these technologies offer 360 degrees of security for Lebanon area drivers.

How does Honda Sensing 360 work? It combines powerful sensors, radar, and camera systems to detect and anticipate driver inputs and monitor exterior driving conditions. Front and corner radar systems pair with an array of front and rear sonar sensors. Finally, a front camera is watching everything on the road – so you have a literal second set of eyes on every obstacle. Soon, Honda Sensing 360 will even be able to provide various degrees of autonomous driving.

Find the Perfect Honda Vehicle Near Burlington

Did you know that many of the vehicles in our new inventory already come with Honda Sensing standard? Get ahead today and browse our vehicle sales promotions that could save you money when you buy a new Honda vehicle. Our professional financing team provides shoppers around Whitehall with fast, convenient credit decisions. You can even take advantage of our Express Buy program and buy from the comfort of your home. Find out how easy it is to take home a safe new Honda vehicle with Honda of Rutland today.

Categories: People