Check out all these features that come with Honda Sensing

What is Honda Sensing? 

Even the best drivers make mistakes every once in a while. While most drivers are attentive and safe the vast majority of the time, slight lapses and distractions can sometimes occur. Unfortunately, these brief moments can lead to serious accidents and damage. Luckily, many new Honda vehicles can help remedy this situation by including Honda Sensing to these cars. But what is Honda Sensing? Continue reading to find out how it works, and what Honda models come with it. 


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How Honda Sensing Works 

Honda Sensing using cutting-edge technology on the exterior of the vehicle to give your Honda car features that keep it constantly aware of these surroundings. These technological systems include various cameras, sensors and sonar technologies all around the car to give the vehicle a variety of awesome and helpful features. 

What Features Come with Honda Sensing? white 2018 Honda Civic front side view

Whether it is for safety convenience, Honda Sensing gives your vehicle a ton of features that you can utilize in your day to day driving experiences. In terms of safety features, it has lane departure warning, lane keeping assist, collision mitigation braking system, forward collision warning and much more. These features can prevent any damage that could result from those brief inattentive moments. 

Honda Sensing can also give you a ton of great convenience features. These all can make driving that much easier and more comfortable. These convenience features include adaptive cruise control, blind spot information system, automatic headlights and more. 

What Honda Models Come with Honda Sensing? 

There are numerous 2017 and 2018 Honda models that either have Honda Sensing standard or available. These models include the 2017 and 2018 Accord, 2017 and 2018 Civic, 2017 and 2018 Pilot, 2018 Fit, 2018 Odyssey and many more. 


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