Hyundai Sonata Safety Features

When you're scouring the Cape May County, Salem County, and Cumberland County areas for your next sedan, you have many factors to consider. You'll want a vehicle with impressive abilities and amenities, but safety is one of the most important aspects to focus on during your search. The Hyundai Sonata has become popular over the years due to its efficiency and style, but how do its safety features hold up?

If you've been considering this vehicle, we'll help you learn a little bit more by taking a closer look at the vehicle's safety features. In our review of the Hyundai Sonata, we'll look at active safety features, passive safety features, and optional driver-assisting technology features. By reading this article, you'll determine if this sedan has enough safety features to add ease and security to your driving. 

Hyundai Sonata Active Safety Features

The Hyundai Sonata features a variety of braking systems designed to keep you in control when driving in emergencies. Vehicle Stability Management with Traction and Stability Control activates during wheel slip, and applies brake pressure to the affected wheel while sending more torque to the wheels with better grip of the road. Brake Assist is a feature that helps provide more force when you're applying the brakes. It recognizes panicked braking, and assists you in coming to a complete stop.

This sedan also features a rearview camera. This feature will show you the view from your vehicle's rear when you're in reverse. It'll add precision and ease to backing out and moving into tight spots. A tire pressure monitoring system notifies you when one or more of your tires is underinflated and requires your attention. 

Hyundai Sonata Passive Safety Features

In terms of collision protection, the first line of defense is the vehicle's body. It features front and rear crumple zones that help disperse the force of impact. The energy-absorbing column also helps prevent the force of impact from affecting passengers. In terms of passenger collision protection, the Hyundai Sonata features advanced dual front airbags, side-impact airbags, side curtain airbags, and a driver's knee airbag. 

Optional Driver-Assisting Technology Features

If you choose to upgrade your Hyundai Sonata, you can include some helpful driver-assisting technology features like Smart Cruise Control. This system allows you to not only set a desired speed, but also a distance from the vehicle ahead. Even if traffic begins to slow down, this system will maintain your set distance.

Blind Spot Detection is a helpful feature when it comes to highway driving. It'll notify you if a vehicle is approaching your blind spot when you're about to change lanes. This feature also includes Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, which informs you of an object coming in your path while you're reversing. 

Learning More About the Hyundai Sonata

By reading this article, you gained some knowledge about the safety features found in the Hyundai Sonata. You also learned about some optional driver-assisting technology features. But, if you'd like to learn more, you should probably check the vehicle out in person.

Contact us at Action Hyundai of Millville to learn more. We're always happy to educate drivers in the Cape May County, Salem County, and Cumberland County areas.


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