Convenience is one of the most important aspects of Honda Civic technology features, working to make your life easier behind the wheel and keep you connected on the go. These standard and available features mark Honda’s sedan as one of the most advanced of its kind.
With so many Wisconsin drivers choosing the Civic, it’s important for 2016 Honda Civic technology features to advance the safety of the vehicle. Standards like a multi-angle rearview camera, three-point seat belts, and airbags help make the Civic safe from the start, and these available Honda Sensing safety features add a new level of accident prevention to the sedan:
Adaptive Cruise Control: A radar sensor monitors the speed of vehicles around the Civic and adjusts cruise control automatically to keep pace with them.
Forward Collision Warning: In addition to tracking vehicle speed, those radar sensors can detect when a collision is likely and issue a warning to the driver to slow or stop the vehicle.
Collision Mitigation Braking System: If the driver fails to respond to the forward collision warning system, this safety feature can engage the brakes and either slow down or stop the sedan.
Road Departure Mitigation System: By watching the markings on the side of the road, this safety feature can sense when the Civic might be about to leave the pavement, issuing warnings, vibrating the steering wheel, and even adjusting torque to keep you on the road.
Lane Departure Warning: This safety feature monitors the lane markings on the road and is able to detect when the vehicle is drifting, alerting the driver to bring their focus back to the road.
Lane Keeping Assist System: If the Civic continues to drift after issuing a lane departure warning, this safety system can nudge the wheel to bring you back to the center of your lane.
We want to help you find the right vehicle for your needs, and we think that for many Wisconsin drivers, the 2016 Honda Civic technology features make it the ideal sedan. Visit a Wisconsin Heartland Honda Dealer near you today to get behind the wheel and take one for a test drive.