Most Sioux Falls drivers know about the peace of mind that comes along with owning a Mitsubishi vehicle.
While all SUV models can be equipped with available, Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC), elevating your acceleration performance, every Mitsubishi vehicle has a healthy list of standard and available safety features, like active blind spot assist, and active stability control system, and driver-assist technologies to help keep South Dakota roadways collision-free and adaptable to changing driving conditions and road conditions.
Join Vern Eide Mitsubishi as we explore all of the active safety features, including forward collision mitigation and blind spot detection, and other driver-assist features, such as TPMS monitoring for individual tire pressure notifications, that Mitsubishi vehicles have to offer.
If your Mitsubishi vehicle detects a car or pedestrian in front of the vehicle through the front radar and camera, a warning appears. If brakes are still not applied and the risk of collision is imminent, Forward Collision Mitigation applies the brakes.
Mitsubishi’s Lane Departure Warning (LDW) system uses onboard cameras to monitor lane position in front of the vehicle and warn you with audible and visual alerts if it detects the vehicle leaving its lane unintentionally.
Mitsubishi’s Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) uses radar technology to judge distances between you and the vehicle ahead, helping you maintain a safe driving interval. If the car moves out of your lane or goes beyond your set speed, the system will resume your set speed.
Mitsubishi’s Blind Spot Warning and Lane Change Assist systems give you another set of eyes. When a vehicle approaches your blind spot, a warning light will illuminate in the corresponding side mirror. If your turn signal is also on, the warning light blinks and the system beeps three times, letting you know it’s not safe to change lanes.
Sonar sensors near your Mitsubishi’s rear bumper can detect objects behind the vehicle. If something is too close, Rear Automatic Emergency Braking issues an audible warning and attempts to stop the vehicle, reducing the chance of an accident.
In addition to six standard airbags on Mitsubishi Mirage, the Outlander is equipped with 11 airbags including front, driver’s side dashboard, and side-curtain airbags. Keeping you and your family safe on the South Dakota highways.
The 360° camera view of your Mitsubishi lets you park easily and confidently. As the cameras mounted on the vehicle’s front, rear, and sides collaborate, Multi-Around View Monitor reduces those pesky blind spots.
Easily accessible on the information display, the Mitsubishi Tire Pressure Monitoring System offers recommendations on improving fuel efficiency and provides details on each tire so you know exactly how much to inflate each one. And when you’re refilling the tires, you’ll know you’ve reached the optimal pressure when your Mitsubishi honks the horn.