How do the driving assist systems work?
The car is equipped with driving assist systems to help provide protection and increased performance.
Antilock Brake System or ABS – this system helps prevent the wheels from locking up when you press on the brakes or when you drive on a slippery or wet surface and apply the brakes.
Brake assist – this system kicks in when you press down on the brake pedal with a need to stop quickly. It provides more braking force.
Vehicle stability control or VSC – this system helps to reduce skidding when the driver swerves or turns on a wet or slippery surface.
Traction control or TRAC – Assists with maintaining power while preventing the wheels from spinning when starting or accelerating on slippery surfaces.
Electric power steering or EPS – an electric motor is used to reduce the effort needed to make turns
Blind spot monitor or BSM – you can view a small mirror to see in your blind spot before switching lanes and reduce the chance of an accident.
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