Honda Accord Safety Features
The 2017 Honda Accord’s safety features help you drive with confidence, control, and peace of mind.
Designed with passenger protection at the forefront, safety features like Honda LaneWatchTM, a multi-angle rearview camera, and Honda SensingTM work together to keep critical situations an arm’s length away from the 2017 Honda Accord. In the following post, Mile High Honda decided to take a closer look at the driver-assisting and road-monitoring technologies available with the 2017 Honda Accord that make each journey safer.
Check out our review of the 2017 Honda Accord’s safety features before taking one for a spin around Denver, Centennial, or Aurora.
When it comes to safety, Honda SensingTM is among one of the 2017 Honda Accord’s most noteworthy offerings. This suite of advanced driver-assisting technologies includes a Lane Keeping Assist system, Adaptive Cruise Control, Collision Mitigation Braking SystemTM, and a Road Departure Mitigation system to help you avoid collisions or reduce their severity.
- Lane Keeping Assist: This safety feature directs the 2017 Honda Accord back to the center of its lane if you begin drifting without signaling.
- Adaptive Cruise Control: Maintain a set following distance with the 2017 Honda Accord’s Adaptive Cruise Control system.
- Collision Mitigation Braking System™: If a collision is imminent, the Collision Mitigation Braking System™ automatically deploys the brakes to stop an accident from happening or reduce its impact.
- Road Departure Mitigation: If you’re about to leave the road, Road Departure Mitigation uses a small camera to monitor road markers and act to prevent you from doing so.
Standard on the 2017 Honda Accord Touring trims and available on LX, EX, EX-L, EX-L V6, and Sport with CVT (continuously variable transmission) trims, Honda SensingTM helps stop critical situations that might have been unavoidable otherwise.
The 2017 Honda Accord is available with Honda LaneWatchTM, a safety feature that uses a small camera to display a live video of the area behind the passenger mirror that’s four times more than what you’d see alone from the display audio screen.
Multi-Angle Rearview Camera
To help you get a better view while backing up, the 2017 Honda Accord comes with a multi-angle rearview camera that offers normal, wide, and top-down angle views of the area behind the vehicle. This especially comes in handy when parallel parking, backing out of tight spaces, or pulling out of driveways.
Test Drive a 2017 Honda Accord Today
Wherever you’re headed in the Denver, Centennial, and Aurora area, the 2017 Honda Accord’s available suite of advanced safety features add an extra layer of passenger protection.
You can try these safety features out for yourself at Mile High Honda, a dealership in Denver with an expansive selection of 2017 Honda Accords fortified with smart driver assistance, crash prevention, and road-monitoring technologies that provide an advanced level of security throughout your journey.
Test drive a 2017 Honda Accord at Mile High Honda to find out whether its advanced safety features are right for you.