How Does Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) Work?

Automakers have gone to great lengths to create the latest technology in today's models. Some of these features contribute to the overall safety of a vehicle, while others are more about functionality or comfort. Acura is including Collision Mitigation Braking into many of their vehicles. This feature can prevent accidents, and also alter the severity of an accident if one is unavoidable. It comes with a majority of Acura vehicles that are coming off the assembly line right now.

When you're driving along down the road, your vehicle will alert you if there is something that could be a potential cause for an accident. Your vehicle also can help you slow down or stop abruptly if it's about to hit something. A sensor is concealed behind the front grille of your vehicle. If you are unable to avoid something, your vehicle will be able to judge where the object is. It will also determine how quickly you are approaching it. Approximately 330 feet of road in front of you is monitored.

If you would like to find out more about the Acura Collision Mitigation Braking System, stop down to Acura of Peoria. We'll show you how this technology works, where the parts are located on your vehicle, and you can take an Acura out for a test drive yourself. This will give you a good idea of what type of vehicle and various features you would like to have included in your next vehicle investment. You can't avoid all accidents, but Acura has done everything in its power to provide you with safety features that will keep you protected, as well as the other drivers and pedestrians that are on the road with you.

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