Ford Safety Features


Ford Safety

Ford Safety Features

There is a multitude of car buyers who are looking for Ford cars in Wilmington. Much of it is because Ford cars incorporate the latest, most advanced safety features that give both drivers and passengers the much-needed confidence on the road. Let’s check out these safety features here:

1. Driver-assist technologies
Ford cars have a full range of driver-assist technologies that keep you aware of your immediate environment and traffic conditions. The new Ford versions for 2019 is Ford Co-Pilot360, which is an advanced suite of driver-assist technologies. Also standard is the Pre-Collision Assist feature with Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) that warns you about pedestrians and vehicles in front of your car.

2. Active parking assist
These features can be activated while driving slowly near parking spots to scan for available space. Ultrasonic sensors gauge your distance from parked vehicles and, after it identifies an appropriate spot, signals you to stop and accept its assistance. It requires a few actions on your part, such as accelerating, shifting, and braking, after which your Ford can smoothly parallel park or reverse into a perpendicular parking spot.

3. Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking
This feature is a part of Ford Co-Pilot360 and comes with the standard Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking. If its sensors identify a potential collision with another vehicle or pedestrian in front of you, the system flashes a warning on the windshield and gives alert sounds. Also, the system pre-charges the brakes and increases brake-assist sensitivity to offer full responsiveness while braking. Brakes can apply automatically if the driver does not take corrective action and a collision is impending.

4. Inflatable Rear Safety Belts
These rear outboard safety belts in Ford cars are designed to maintain an appropriate seating position of the passenger and distribute the crash-force impact more across the torso area than conventional seat belts. Inflatable belts help lower the risk of injury while offering complete support to the neck and head. These safety belts are also compatible with many child-safety and infant booster seats.

If you are interested to know more about these safety features of Ford cars in Wilmington, visit the nearest showroom today!


Source: Ford