2020 Hyundai Safety Features in Fredericksburg, VA
Taking the helm of a Hyundai driving option that instills peace of mind at every turn is of the utmost importance when deciding which vehicle you should add to your automotive arsenal. Hyundai has introduced a multitude of vehicles in 2020 that come lined head to toe with the latest and greatest active features to hit the market. When you are ready to redefine your time spent in the driver's seat, make your way to Pohanka Hyundai of Fredericksburg for some test drives!
You will have plenty of standard Hyundai SmartSense features that work to instill confidence on each excursion down I-95. To begin, Forward Collision Avoidance Assist1 will monitor vehicles you are following to recognize if a potential collision is about to occur. If you don’t apply your brakes in time, then your Hyundai will automatically activate emergency braking to avoid or mitigate the damage. Another feature that will come in handy is Blind Spot Collision Warning2, which will let you know when there are vehicles in hard-to-see areas by illuminating an icon on your side mirrors. If you attempt to lane change, your Hyundai will sound an audible alert to let you know you are making a dangerous maneuver. Lastly, Rear Cross-Traffic Warning3 will come in the clutch while exiting your driveway, since it recognizes when vehicles are approaching from the left or right while in reverse.
Whether you are a weekend warrior or daily commuter, you require a vehicle that allows you to travel with confidence. Our 2020 Hyundai models are prepared to knock it out of the park with features like Driver Attention Warning4 that monitors your driving patterns to detect your fatigue on longer expeditions. Once it notices that you need a break, an aural que and message on your instrument panel will be there to let you know it is time to pull over. Next up on the list is Lane Keeping Assist5, which will read the road markings to let you know when you deviate from your intended path. If these red flags go unrecognized, you will be pushed back on course through corrective steering assistance. If you regularly take your foot off the pedal to coast, Smart Cruise Control6 is there to lend a helping hand. This system uses radars to keep a safe distance between you and the vehicle you are following!
There are a few other features that come equipped on several Hyundai models that you never thought you needed! For instance, Safe Exit Assist7 will notify you when it is okay to hop out of your vehicle on busy city streets. This way, you won’t put yourself in any danger from approaching drivers. To help guide you through the night, High Beam Assist will illuminate the path ahead with ultimate clarity. When oncoming traffic appears, your vehicle will automatically switch to its low beams to prevent fellow drivers from becoming blinded by your Hyundai. If you are looking to step into the future, spring for a vehicle that comes with a Head-Up Display, so you can view pertinent details about your drive without removing your eyes from the road ahead.
You can get a grand tour of these 2020 Hyundai safety features in Fredericksburg, VA, today when you visit Pohanka Hyundai of Fredericksburg. If you have any questions, contact us!
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1. Forward Collision Avoidance Assist is intended to be a supplement to safe driving practices. The system is not designed to detect certain stationary objects such as trees or poles, and may not detect all vehicles under certain conditions. The system is a driver assistance system and is not a substitute for safe driving. The driver is responsible for being attentive and maintaining control of the vehicle, and should not wait for the system's alerts before braking as there may not be sufficient time to brake safely. See Owner's Manual for further details and limitations.
2. Blind-Spot Collision Warning (BCW) assists the driver by warning of other cars in the blind spot region. It senses the rear side territory of the vehicle when it is traveling over 20 mph. There are limitations to the function, range, detection and clarity of the system. It will not detect all vehicles or objects in the blind spot. Its operation depends on the size, distance, angle and relative speed difference between your car and other cars. BCW may not operate if sensors are obscured in any way. Do not rely exclusively on BCW. BCW is a supplemental system and the driver must still be attentive and exercise caution when driving. It is important to always signal, look over your shoulder and through your mirrors before changing lanes. It is the driver's responsibility to be aware of the surroundings and ensure it is clear before changing lanes or directions. See Owner’s Manual for further details and limitations.
3. Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning (RCCW) helps drivers back out of a parking space by detecting traffic coming from either side of the vehicle. It can alert the driver of a potential hazard. RCCW is active when the vehicle is in reverse gear and operating at low speeds. Never rely exclusively on RCCW when exiting a parking space, it is not a substitute for attentive driving. Always look over your shoulder and use your mirrors to confirm rear clearance. There are limitations to the function, detection, range and clarity of the system. See Owner's Manual for further details and limitations.
4. Driver Attention Warning is only a warning to inform the driver of a potential lack of driver attention or drowsiness. It does not detect and provide an alert in every situation. It is the driver's responsibility to remain alert at all times. See Owner’s Manual for further details and limitations.
5. Lane Keeping Assist (LKA) helps the driver from drifting over the lane edge and operates above approximately 44 mph and only when the lane markings are clearly visible on the road. It will not prevent loss of control. This driver assistance system is not a substitute for safe driving. See Owner's Manual for further details and limitations.
6. Smart Cruise Control (SCC) is not a collision avoidance or warning device. SCC is for highway use only and should not be used in poor weather, heavy or varying traffic, or on winding or slippery roads. Driver remains responsible to slow or stop the vehicle to avoid a collision. See Owner's Manual for further details and limitations.
7. When the vehicle is parked, Safe Exit Assist (SEA) can alert occupants planning to exit the vehicle when a vehicle is approaching from behind. When Child Locks are active, SEA helps prevent the rear doors from opening if a vehicle approaching from behind is detected. SEA is not a substitute for driver or passenger attentiveness. Always be aware of your surroundings and attentive of approaching vehicles. See Owner's Manual for further details and limitations.