What Safety Features Are Available on the Ford Escape?

The Ford Escape Has Numerous Available Safety Features!

The old saying goes, “safety first.” The all-new Ford Escape works hard to adhere to this rule. They offer numerous standard and available safety features that are used to ensure that your safety is the first thing that is considered.

The Ford Escape has an available Ford Safe and Smart ™ Package that you can utilize to stay safe on the road. It uses an array of cameras and sensors to pick up on possible danger around you. When it does, it will warn you. Some features can even take steps to avoiding or hinder a possible collision. Check out some of these innovative safety features below and let us know which one is your favorite!

  • Front Rain-Sensing Windshield Wipers: Your wipers will automatically adjust to match the speed at which rain is hitting your windshield.
  • Auto High-Beam Headlamps: When this system picks up on a vehicle approaching from the opposite lane or notices you are getting closer to the vehicle in front of you, it will automatically toggle your high and low beams for safety and as a general courtesy to other drivers.
  • Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert: Are you nervous about folks hiding in your blind spot? This system can alert you to their presence through an indicator on your side-view mirror.
  • Lane-Keeping System: This system has two modes. The Lane-Keeping Alert mode will alert you when you begin to sway from your lane. The Lane-Keeping Aid mode will adjust your steering torque to gently guide you back into your lane.
  • Adaptive Cruise Control: Your cruise control will automatically adjust your cruising speed to match the flow of traffic, preventing a possible collision.
  • Forward Collision Warning with Brake Support: When this system picks up on an object in your path, it will warn you. If it finds that a collision is likely it will then add brake support.
  • Enhanced Active Park Assist: Utilize this feature if you have a hard time finding a parking spot. It uses 12 sensors to locate a spot and guide your vehicle into reversing into that spot!
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