The All-New Honda Sensing™

Honda Sensing is a technology that helps the drive sense things you may miss while driving. Honda Sensing can also help avoid an accident or lessen the severity of an accident. Honda Sensing is feature in Honda's newer models such as the Accord, Civic, CR-V, and Pilot. 

Honda Sensing consist of features such as:
  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW) - LDW can detect unindicated lane departures from detected lanes. Alerts will flash and sound to help bring your attention to correcting the lane drift.
  • Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) - KAS can reduce driver fatigue by helping to keep you in the middle of your lane. If you begin to leave the center of a detected lane without signaling, the steering adjusts to keep you centered.
  • Road Departure Mitigation (RDM) - If your vehicle is drifting too close to the side of the detected roadway while driving 45–90 mph without a turn signal activated, RDM alerts you with rapid vibrations on the steering wheel. If you continue to leave the roadway, it can also apply steering torque and braking to help keep your vehicle in the detected lane.
  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) - ACC helps you maintain a set following interval, so you don't have to manually change your speed.
  • Forward Collision Warning (FCW) - Integrated with the Collision Mitigation Braking System™ (CMBS™), FCW uses a small camera mounted at the top of the front windshield to detect the presence of vehicles in front of you. If the FCW system determines that you are at risk of a collision with a detected vehicle, it activates audio and visual alerts to warn you. If you fail to act, the CMBS will automatically apply brake pressure.
  • Collision Mitigation Braking System™ (CMBS™) - Utilizing a millimeter wave radar sensor, CMBS can help bring your Honda to a stop when the system determines that a collision with a vehicle detected in front of you is unavoidable. A warning sounds and, if necessary, brake pressure is automatically applied.
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