Driver-Assist Tehcnologies in the 2013 Ford Fusion

The new Ford Fusions have pleasantly surprised automotive media with their sleeker and attractive exterior stylings, but that’s not all the Fusion has going for it.  One area the car truly excels in is Driver Assist technology as the Fusion comes with an array of systems to make driving a breeze.

Drive Assist features include Lane-Keeping System with Driver Alert, adaptive cruise control and collision warning, and active park assist.  The Lane-Keeping System uses a forward-facing camera that can scan the road surface for lane markings so that if you cross ta line, it vibrates the steering wheel to grab your attention.

The adaptive cruse control uses a radar sensor that measures the distance and speed to the vehicle ahead and adjusts yours accordingly.  Park Assist utilizes electric power-assisted steering and ultrasonic sensors to help you parallel park.

Then there’s Blind Spot Information System with cross-traffic alert which uses radar senses to monitor the spaces beside and behind the vehicle.

To find out more about the new Ford Fusion, or any other Ford vehicle, contact Sound Ford.

 

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