If you're shopping for a new crossover or SUV, you've likely narrowed down your search to a new Honda CR-V for sale. In that case, you want to know more about the Honda CR-V safety features that come with Honda Sensing®. The Honda Sensing® suite is a package of advanced driver-assist technologies that help you monitor the road ahead, behind you, and all around, so you can see potential accidents before they happen.
Drivers love the Honda CR-V safety features because the Honda Sensing® suite is available on many pre-owned Honda CR-V models and is now standard on the current model lineup.
If you are interested in the Honda CR-V safety features, but don't know what comes standard with Honda Sensing®, let's look at the standard safety features and how they work to help you stay safe behind the wheel.
When it comes to Honda CR-V safety, the Honda Sensing® suite uses multiple cameras, radar technologies, and advanced systems to monitor the area around your vehicle. The Honda Sensing® suite on the new Honda CR-V includes:
Let's look at some of these Honda CR-V safety features in greater detail. The Honda CR-V blind-spot camera activates when you signal for a right turn or lane change. The center touch-screen displays a live camera feed of what is next to you to ensure a clear view of your vehicle's blind spot to help with safe lane changes.
The Honda CR-V lane assist helps you keep your new Honda SUV centered in the lane by making subtle steering adjustments. This system also connects to the Honda CR-V Road Departure Mitigation (RDM) system that can detect if your vehicle crosses road lanes without signaling and can provide steering assistance to course-correct your vehicle if necessary.
In addition to the Honda Sensing® suite of safety systems, your new SUV comes with many advanced active safety features. Some notable highlights include Vehicle Stability Assist™ (VSA®) with Traction Control, Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), and Forward Collision Warning (FCW).
To help your Honda CR-V come to a controlled stop every time, there are Brake Assist, an anti-lock braking system, and electronic brake distribution. If you have questions about these Honda CR-V safety features or any of the active safety features on this new Honda for sale, please contact our sales department.
Along with the active Honda CR-V safety features, your new Honda SUV comes with plenty of passive safety features as well. Passive safety features are systems like three-point seat belts at all seating positions and advanced front airbags. Other notable passive safety features include:
If you're shopping for a new family SUV, then you'll also be happy to know that the CR-V comes with Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren (LATCH) to help you install child safety seats.
The Honda Sensing® systems and the Honda CR-V safety features are what give this vehicle such a high CR-V safety rating.
Now that you know more about the Honda CR-V safety features, you'll want to apply for Honda CR-V lease specials at our local Honda dealership. Our sales team is here to tour you through the active and passive safety features that come standard on the trim model you have your eye on, then take you to the finance department for an affordable auto loan.
After you pick out a used Honda CR-V you love, with the safety features that give you confidence behind the wheel, our finance team will be standing by to help you apply for lease offers and finance specials. We're here to help you secure the Honda financing offers and custom lease deals that allow you to enjoy a car payment with a low finance rate.
What safety features does the Honda CR-V have?
The Honda CR-V SUV is fully loaded with passive and active safety features as well as the Honda Sensing® advanced suite of protection. For a complete list of Honda CR-V safety features, don't hesitate to get in touch with our sales team. We can tell you about the notable safety features on each trim model along with what comes standard in Honda Sensing®. Contact our sales department today to learn more.
How does the Honda CR-V rate for safety?
The 2021 Honda CR-V has a 5-star overall safety rating from the NHTSA. If you want to know more about the safety rating of a used Honda CR-V, our sales team is standing by to assist you. We can also tell you about the best year for CR-V safety and IIHS crash test ratings. To learn more about Honda CR-V safety features and ratings, please get in touch with our dealership.
Does Honda CR-V have blind-spot monitoring?
Most trim models on new Honda CR-V SUVs come standard with blind-spot monitoring. This system uses sensors and cameras to detect if a vehicle is in your vehicle's blind spot or is about to enter your blind spot. If the blind-spot monitoring system detects a vehicle in your intended path, it will notify you with a visual or audio alert.
Shop The Honda CR-V In Highland Park, IL
Now that you know more about Honda CR-V safety features and what comes with Honda Sensing®, you're ready to get behind the wheel for a test drive and see the Honda CR-V blind-spot camera in action. To learn more about safety features on the Honda CR-V LX vs. Touring, swing by our dealership for a test drive.