New 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Safety


2019 Chrysler Pacifica

New 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Safety

The Chrysler Pacifica is not one of the most loved minivans in the country without a reason. A range of infotainment features, stylish and comfortable interiors, and Stow n Go seats that help maximize cargo space are some reasons why car experts consider the Pacifica a value-for-money car. The most noticeable thing about the minivan, however, is its advanced safety features. The 2019 Chrysler Pacifica has already hit showrooms in Lexington and other parts of the country. Like its predecessors, the 2019 version of the car is loaded with safety features. We, in this post, discuss a few advanced safety features of the 2019 Pacifica in Lexington.

Parking assistance
To help you park safely, the 2019 Pacifica comes with a number of parking assistance features, including a 360-degree surround view camera that becomes your third eye when reversing. Parksense Front and Rear Park Assist helps avoid collisions with objects that pop out of nowhere. In addition, Rear Cross Path Detection prevents any possible impacts with people or objects when reversing.

Blind Spot Monitoring System
The Pacifica comes with one of the most useful safety features of our time - Blind Spot Monitoring. The feature helps you change lanes safely. When the system detects a vehicle entering one of your blind zones, it warns you by lighting an icon located close to the exterior mirror.

LaneSense Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist
Your Pacifica continuously analyzes your driving patterns. When the system suspects that you are inadvertently departing your lane, LaneSense Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist comes into play by issuing audible alerts.

Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go
The 2019 Pacifica comes with Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go that uses sensors to maintain a safe distance between your Pacifica and the vehicle ahead of you. If the system detects that you’re getting too close to the vehicle, it will automatically adjust your speed to avoid a frontal collision.

Full-Speed Forward Collision Warning
If the system senses that the distance between your Pacifica and the vehicle ahead is closing too quickly, FCW+ will issue an audible and visual warning. In case you fail to act, the system may automatically apply the brakes.


Source: Chrysler