Drive Easier in Winter with Honda Safety Technology
Winter is coming, it may already be here for you if you’re reading this a few weeks down the road, and if you’re looking for a vehicle to help you make it through what’s sure to be a frigid and snowy few months, Honda has you covered. The latest Honda safety technology includes some excellent preventative features, and four current models can be found with all-wheel drive, giving you increased traction in snow and on ice.
Let’s take a closer look at just what Honda vehicles can do to keep you safe.
Preventing Accidents Before They Happen
The idea of preventing an accident before it happens might sound like something out of a science fiction film, but Honda has some high-tech features that actually do their best to warn a driver of an impending accident and bring a vehicle to a stop before anything bad happens. You can find the following amenities on select 2015 Honda models:
- Lane Keeping Assist
- Lane Departure Warning
- Collision Mitigation Braking System
- Adaptive Cruise Control
But we saved what is possibly the best winter safety feature for its own section.
When we tell drivers that all-wheel drive is an incredible asset during the winter months, some of them understand, but most think that all-wheel drive is that thing that helps off-road vehicles get through rough and uneven terrain. The fact is that it does both.
By sending power to all wheels, Honda’s all- and four-wheel drive systems double the amount of surface area in contact with the ground, making it easier for your vehicle to get a grip on the road instead of spinning its wheels.
You can find Honda’s state-of-the-art all- and four-wheel drive systems on the 2015 Crosstour, the 2015 Pilot, the 2015 CR-V, and the 2014 Ridgeline, making them some of the best options for a safe winter vehicle.
Test Drive a Honda Today
We want to make sure that you feel comfortable behind the wheel this winter; visit Bosak Honda Michigan City today and let us put you behind the wheel of a brand new Honda with the latest in safety technology. If you’re not sure whether the CR-V, Pilot, Crosstour, or Ridgeline is right for you, don’t worry, we can help you decide.