Automatic Emergency Braking Standard on Several 2018 Nissan Models
What is Nissan Automatic Emergency Braking and How Does It Work?
Nissan is known for consistently pushing competitors to their limits, and, this time, Nissan has left all of them in the past. Taking a bold and emphatic step into the future, Nissan has announced that approximately one million 2018 Nissan vehicles in the U.S. will receive standard Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB). So, what is Nissan Automatic Emergency Braking and how does it work?
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A Guide to Understanding Nissan Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB)
AEB is a form of driver assistance technology that monitors the proximity between your vehicle and the one in front of it. When AEB’s radar system identifies potential risks of collision, it will alert you, the driver, with audible and visual warnings to slow down and avoid such an incident.
If the driver doesn’t notice these warnings or doesn’t react in time, AEB will apply the brakes, which should prevent what may have otherwise been a collision with the car in front of you. If the impact is unavoidable, AEB can still help to reduce the speed of your vehicle, making the accident less serious and less dangerous for everyone involved.
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We hope this has helped to answer the question: what is Nissan Automatic Emergency Braking and how does it work? We’re very excited for AEB to become standard on all Rogue, Rogue Sport, Altima, Murano, Leaf, Pathfinder, Maxima, and Sentra models sold in the U.S. If you would like to test drive any of the available models in our inventory, our team would be happy to service your car in the meantime.
Let’s go for a test drive soon!