Honda Sensing® Technology and Models Explained
Honda Sensing® is a suite of intelligent driver-assistance and safety technology that goes the extra mile to keep the driver and passengers out of harm’s way. Honda Sensing® technology has made its way to plenty of Honda vehicles, whether they are standard or available features. Let’s go through what advanced technology comes with Honda Sensing® and see which Honda models sport this suite of safety technology.
What technology does Honda Sensing® come with?
Many new Honda models come with the following Honda Sensing® features.
- Collision Mitigation Braking System™ (CMBS™)
Brakes the vehicle when a crash is unavoidable
- Road Departure Mitigation System (RDM)
When the driver crosses lanes without a turn signal, the vehicle adjust steering and applies the brake
- Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
Sets cruise control based on vehicle in front of Honda
- Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS)
Provides steering assistance to keep Honda centered in lane
- Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR)
Reads traffic signs and notifies the driver of changes
- Honda LaneWatch™
Displays live footage onto the Display Audio Touch-Screen from the camera mounted on the passenger-side turn mirror
- Blind Spot Information System
Indicator that blinks and beeps when a vehicle is in the Honda’s blind spot while the turn signal is on
- Cross Traffic Monitor
Driver is alerted when a vehicle approaches while the Honda is backing out of a parking spot or driveway
- Auto High-Beam Headlights
The headlights automatically switch from low to high-beams depending on lighting and oncoming traffic.
Which 2020 Vehicles have Honda Sensing® technology?
Honda Sensing® is either available or standard on the following 2020 models.
- 2020 Passport
- 2020 Accord
- 2020 CR-V
- 2020 Civic Coupe
- 2020 Civic Hatchback
- 2020 Civic Sedan
- 2020 Pilot
- 2020 Insight Hybrid
- 2020 Fit
- 2020 HR-V
- 2020 Odyssey
- 2020 Ridgeline
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