Honda Sensing Cross Traffic Monitor on Honda CR-V EX
Cross Traffic Monitor on Honda CR-V EX

Honda Sensing is a suite of advanced driver-assist safety technologies included on Honda vehicles starting in the 2018 model year. Honda Sensing includes a core group of safety amenities and more available features if you want additional protection on the road as you're driving on the highway, managing city driving, or parking. The amenities you'll get with the Honda Sensing safety package differ depending on the model and trim. Our dealership will gladly provide more details about the Honda Sensing options for your preferred Honda.

Adaptive Cruise Control

Adaptive Cruise Control is a radar-based technology that helps your Honda stay a safe following distance from the car in front. Adaptive Cruise Control is activated at low speeds when you are driving on the highway. It is designed to help you avoid frontal collisions.

Traffic Sign Recognition

Traffic Sign Recognition is a feature that comes standard in the Honda Sensing package. As you're driving, Traffic Sign Recognition helps you interpret upcoming road signs, including changes in speed limits, to help you respond accordingly. The system uses a small camera to help relay information about road traffic signs ahead.

Lane Keeping Assist

Lane Keeping Assist is also standard with the Honda Sensing suite. Lane Keeping Assist helps adjust your vehicle's steering mechanism to keep it centered in the lane. Lane Keeping Assist is a safety feature that is activated with highway driving.

Honda Sensing Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) on CR-V
Honda Sensing Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) on CR-V

Cross Traffic Monitor

Honda Sensing technology is designed to keep you safe on all sides, as demonstrated by the Cross Traffic Monitor. The Cross Traffic Monitor uses a Multi-Angle Rearview Camera that activates when you put your vehicle in reverse. The camera watches your path in reverse to look for objects and vehicles that may be in the way. If it senses that you're getting too close to another object, the monitoring system sends an audible alert to help you stop the vehicle before you get into a collision.

Automatic High-Beam Headlights

Honda's automatic high-beam headlights are included on some models and optional on others if you want to enhance your Honda Sensing safety package. The high-beam headlights turn on when you're driving at 25 MPH or above. They will automatically change the headlights from low-beam to high-beam settings depending on ambient lighting conditions.

Blind Spot Information System

Blind Spot Information System is activated with highway driving. The system uses an audible warning system to notify you of vehicles detected in the adjacent lane that may be in your blind spot.

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