Reviews Honda Sensing Safety Tech Will Be Standard on All Hondas in 2022

18:41  12 april  2018
18:41  12 april  2018 Source:   MSN

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Honda also will have standard Honda Sensing across the entire lineup by the 2022 model year. In addition, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing deaths, injuries and property damage from motor vehicle crashes

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Honda has announced that every new car it sells for the 2022 model year will come with its Honda Sensing suite of active safety tech as standard.

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To date, Honda has sold 1 million cars in the U.S. equipped with Honda Sensing, a system that comprises of Collision Mitigation Braking, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Road Departure Mitigation, and Adaptive Cruise Control. Among 2018 model year Hondas, apparently 69 percent (giggity) came equipped with the system. Look for that number to climb to 100 in four years.

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Home Tech News Honda Sensing will become standard by 2022 – Honda ’s advanced safety system, Honda Sensing , has been equipped to 1 million cars so far and is optioned on 69 percent of 2018 Honda models.

Honda Sensing will be standard on all 2022 model-year vehicles. Honda also will have standard Honda Sensing across the entire lineup by the 2022 model year. In addition, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing deaths, injuries

While it's nice that Honda is making its advanced safety tech more accessible, that goodwill wouldn't be worth very much if the system itself was subpar. Thankfully for Honda and the millions who buy the company's cars every year, Sensing appears to be good.

According to a study conducted by the IIHS and Highway Loss Data Institute, Sensing-equipped Hondas were not only involved in fewer collisions than their less well-optioned counterparts but also got themselves into crashes that were less severe. Specifically, Hondas armed with Sensing tech recorded collision claims $379 lower on average, were 11 percent less likely to file a "damage to other vehicles or other property" claim, and 28 percent less likely to cause "injuries to people in other vehicles or others on the road." The study looked at 2016 model year Accords, Civics, and Pilots with non-Honda Sensing examples, naturally, serving as the control group.

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It should be noted that most other automakers are also working on offering standard active safety tech across their lineups by 2022 ; though with Honda Sensing already equipped in so many of its vehicles, the manufacturer is currently ahead of the curve.

Honda 's advanced safety system, Honda Sensing , has been equipped to 1 million cars so far and is optioned Honda Sensing is an advanced suite of driver-assistance technologies that has now been fitted to 1 million vehicles, and what's more, the big H will make it standard across its lineup by 2022 .

"The data are clear," said HLDI senior vice president Matt Moore. "The role of Honda Sensing is reducing crash risk."

As it stands, Honda Sensing is standard on the Clarity range, Accord, and upcoming Insight. It's available as an option on the Fit, non-Type R Civic, CR-V, Pilot, Odyssey minivan, and Ridgeline pickup but completely absent on the HR-V compact crossover.

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Honda Sensing Safety Tech Will Be Standard on All Hondas in 2022 .
To date, Honda has already sold a million cars equipped with the system.Honda has announced that every new car it sells for the 2022 model year will come with its Honda Sensing suite of active safety tech as standard.

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