2020 Chrysler 300 Standard and Available Safety Features
When you get behind the wheel of the 2020 Chrysler 300, you get to enjoy feeling the powerful performance while standing out from the crowd. However, while you’re enjoying cruising down a country road, you also need to make sure you and any passengers are safe. In this post, we will be exploring the standard and available safety features for the 2020 Chrysler 300. Keep reading to see how you’ll stay safe in this sedan.
Keeping You and Your Passengers Safe on the Road
- Full Speed Forward Collision Warning. This feature can detect when you are approaching a vehicle at too high of a speed and will send out an alert. If needed, the system will automatically apply the brakes.
- LaneSense® Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist. If you start to drift out of your lane unintentionally, the system will alert you. It can also apply gently steering correction to bring back into the center of your lane.
- Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go. This feature will manage the brakes and throttle to keep a safe distance from the vehicle ahead of you. It can also bring your vehicle to a complete and controlled stop.
- Blind Spot Monitoring. No need to worry about making unsafe lane changes again. This feature will alert you when it detects a vehicle in one of your blind spot zones.
- ParkSense® Front and Rear Park Assist System. When pulling in to or backing into a parking spot, this feature will detect objects in front of and behind the vehicle. A display on the instrument display will indicate where the object is.
- Rear Cross Path Detection. Backing out of tight parking lots can be daunting but this feature will help. This feature can detect vehicles coming from either side and will send out a warning.
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Chrysler 300 at Benny Boyd Andrews CDJR
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