The 2016 Hyundai Tucson features autonomous emergency braking

When you test drive the all-new 2016 Hyundai Tucson, you might notice some new attributes that make it quite the safe, stellar compact SUV. Start fall with safety and the newest advanced safety features of the high-tech 2016 model.

On the list of proactive safety options that reduce the risk of collisions and pedestrian injury? The new automatic emergency braking feature, which includes pedestrian detection. A camera and radar sensor scans for vehicles and pedestrians in your path and applies full-force stopping power if a crash appears imminent and you do not respond. When a pedestrian is detected by the properly-equipped Tucson, emergency braking is applied from 5 to 43 mph.

What else does the 2016 model have to offer in the way of incredible safety? Ask the team at Todd Archer Hyundai. Although mindfulness is encouraged on the roads, it would be helpful to have an advanced safety feature like this one to act as a safety net, don't you think?

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