2019 Chrysler 300 Safety

2019 Chrysler 300

2019 Chrysler 300 Safety

Introduced in 2005, the Chrysler 300 is a front-engine, full-sized luxury car. The car is known as the Chrysler 300C in the UK and Lancia Thema in Europe. The Chrysler 300 is more than just a luxury car. Equipped with a robust engine, the model delivers on all fronts. The Pacifica 300 comes with a top-of-the-line infotainment system designed to help you and your passengers avoid boredom during long commutes. It also features unique elements that help you stand out from the crowd.

The most striking aspect about the 300 that gives it an edge over the competition is its range of advanced safety features. Earlier this year, Chrysler launched the latest version of the 300. Just like its predecessors, the 2019 Chrysler 300 comes loaded with an array of advanced safety features. If safety is the most important thing you consider when buying a vehicle, the 2019 Chrysler 300  deserves your attention. To prove our point, we take a look at a few safety features of the 2019 Chrysler 300.

1. Lanesense Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist
2019 300 comes with Lanesense Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist to help you stay in your lane. If the system detects that you are unintentionally drifting away, it will send alerts to warn you. If you fail to respond, the system will intervene to get the vehicle back into its lane.

2. Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop
Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop manages your car’s brakes and throttle to maintain a safe distance with the vehicle in front. If you get too close, the system can automatically apply the brakes to slow down.

3. Blind Spot Monitoring
Blind Spot Monitoring addresses any safety concerns when changing lanes. To alert the driver to vehicles approaching their blind spots, the system lights an icon in the corresponding exterior mirror or activates an audible chime to get the driver’s attention.

4. Rear Cross Path Detection When you are reversing, Rear Cross Path Detection becomes your third eye, helping you watch out for vehicles and objects in your path.

Source: Chrysler