For 2016, Tucson starts by offering a rearview camera, standard. Available advanced safety features including Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Blind Spot Detection and Lane Departure Warning provide the latest technology designed to help you avoid accidents and enhance peace of mind on the road.
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This available radar-based system helps detect when a vehicle is in the driver's blind spot and provides both an audible and a visual alert to help keep you aware as you move down the road. When reverse gear is selected, Rear Cross-traffic Alert helps identify and warn the driver of vehicles approaching from the side. Lane Change Assist measures the closing speed of an approaching vehicle in the adjacent lane to determine if changing lanes is safe and if it's not, gives the driver an audible and visual warning.
This available advanced safety feature uses a camera and radar sensor to scan for vehicles and pedestrians in the path of your Tucson. If a collision is imminent and the driver does not react, the system deploys Automatic Emergency Braking.
Drift outside your lane without signaling and this available system is designed to inform you with an audible and a visual cue. It turns technology into a tool that helps drivers maintain vehicle control and lane positioning.
Offered as options or upgrades by some competitors, Tucson's standard Hillstart Assist Control minimizes backward roll when stopped on steep hills, while the Downhill Brake Control helps you maintain control when you're slowly descending down a steep hill.