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Subaru EyeSight®: Advanced Safety Technology for some of the World's Safest Cars

Last updated 4 years ago

Subaru EyeSight® is a collection of sensors that constantly analyzes the road ahead of you and can warn you when your car is on a collision course with the vehicle in front of it. The system can even apply the brakes to bring the car to a complete stop automatically.

The new Subaru EyeSight® system offers the following features to help prevent a collision.

Adaptive Cruise Control

Subaru EyeSight® goes beyond a basic cruise control system by allowing the driver to choose a specific distance with which to stay behind the car in front. For example, if you are driving a Subaru with EyeSight® and the car in front of you starts to brake, then your Subaru will release the throttle and apply the brakes too in order to maintain that pre-determined distance.

Lead Vehicle Start Alert

Have you ever been taken the opportunity of being stopped at a red light to grab something from the glove box or check a text message, only to be honked at for sitting too long after the light turned green? If you have a Subaru with EyeSight®, this won’t ever happen to you—EyeSight® will alert you when the traffic in front of you is moving again and you haven’t taken action.

Lane Departure Warning

This system will be able to sense unintentional sway or lane drifting and will warn you so that you can react before a collision occurs. And, it does this by reading the markings on the road, determining where the Subaru is in respect to those markings.

To drive a Subaru equipped with EyeSight®, come to Falcone Automotive of Indianapolis. Give us a call at (888) 488-4914 for more information about Subaru’s newest safety technology, and visit our dealership’s website to see which new Subaru cars and SUVs we currently have in our inventory.

 

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