While Subaru EyeSight® and Mazda i-ACTIVSENSE offer a number of active safety features, they fall short of Honda Sensing® in a number of different areas. First, see how Honda Sensing® beats Toyota Safety Sense, and then check out this comparison guide to see how Honda’s active safety lineup also beats Subaru’s and Mazda’s when it comes to road departure warning technology.
Lane departure warning is a feature that uses sensors to make sure that your vehicle is centered in its lane. If the vehicle veers from the center, an audible and visual sensor is cued. Lane keep assist is able to automatically keep the vehicle centered in normal driving conditions using targeted braking power.
If a vehicle is in danger of a forward collision, the forward collision warning system engages to warn the driver to apply the brakes in anticipation of the potential collision. If the driver fails to act in time, automatic braking engages to help avoid or mitigate the impact of a collision.
When engaged, adaptive cruise control is able to automatically maintain a safe distance between the front of your vehicle and the back of the vehicle in front of you through automatically braking and accelerating.
This system is able to automatically adjust your steering and braking in order to help prevent your vehicle from veering off the road.
Any time you signal right on busy Seattle streets, a camera on the passenger-side mirror will turn on and show video on your infotainment system. Honda’s proprietary LaneWatchTM will reveal nearly four times more than the average passenger-side mirror.