Crash avoidance features by make and model
Crash avoidance features are rapidly making their way into the vehicle fleet. Six of the most common new technologies are forward collision warning, autobrake, lane departure warning, lane departure prevention, adaptive headlights and blind spot detection. Use the dropdown menus below to find out which models come with which features.
Information on the availability of features comes from the manufacturers. For forward collision warning and autobrake, this may differ from the information contained in our front crash prevention ratings, which is based on IIHS autobrake tests and National Highway Traffic Safety Administation criteria for forward collision warning.
Front crash prevention ratings for midsize moderately priced cars, midsize luxury/near luxury cars, midsize SUVs and midsize luxury SUVs can be accessed from our main ratings page.
More information on crash avoidance research is available in the crash avoidance topic area.
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|Model name||Forward collision||Lane departure|
|Warning||Autobrake||Warning||Prevention||Adaptive headlights||Blind spot detection|
City Safety, a low-speed auto brake system that operates up to 19 mph, is standard.
The optional forward collision warning includes auto brake that operates up to top speed.