Some i-ACTIVSENSE technologies explained

January 31 2019,

Some i-ACTIVSENSE technologies explained

If you do not know what Mazda's i-ACTIVSENSE is, this article will give you more information and most importantly, showcase why the technologies that makeup  i-ACTIVSENSE are so interesting for Mazda vehicle owners.

The first thing you need to know about i-ACTIVSENSE technology is that it is a set of safety technologies that can not only detect a potential hazard, but also prevent it by applying the brakes or even by correcting the trajectory of your vehicle.

With i-ACTIVSENSE technology, you'll always be safe with a guardian-angel who watches over you as you drive. Let's take a closer look at the different technologies that we find in the i-ACTIVSENSE system.

Adaptive Cruise Control

This technology automatically keeps a safe distance between you and the vehicle in front of you by reducing speed or applying the brakes when cruise control is enabled.

Collision Prevention System

The collision avoidance system detects potential danger in front of you and can automatically apply the brakes if you are distracted.

Lane Departure Prevention System

The lane departure prevention system is able to detect if your vehicle is off course and will be able to automatically correct your vehicle’s trajectory to keep you on track.

Rear Cross Traffic and Blind Spot Monitoring

Blind Spot Monitoring sends a visual signal to the rearview mirror if another vehicle is in your blind spot. The Rear Cross Traffic Monitoring System can detect the presence of a vehicle approaching perpendicularly when you are backing up.

To learn more about i-ACTIVSENSE technology, contact us today at Beauport Mazda.

Some i-ACTIVSENSE technologies explained

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