2019 Chevy Impala safety features

By Product Expert | Posted in New Chevy Models, Safety on Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019 at 6:28 pm
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Regardless of what you drive, safety should always be your number one priority when you’re behind the wheel. Driving is an inherently dangerous activity. Billions of people drive every day, and thousands of accidents occur. It’s just part of life. Luckily, modern technology has made driving safer than ever before. Check out some of the active and passive safety features on the 2019 Chevy Impala. 

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What safety features are included on the 2019 Chevy Impala? 

Lane Departure Warning 

Drifting is a part of driving. All cars do it, but if you drift too much, it becomes a hazard. This available system alerts you when you unintentionally drift into the wrong lane. If your signal light does not activate and you begin to drift, you will be alerted.  

Forward Collision Alert right side view of blue chevy impala

This program uses radar technology to watch the road ahead of you. If a front-end collision is predicted, the system will alert the driver of the potential danger. This gives the driver a better chance to react to the hazard. If the driver cannot react in time, automatic braking is another available feature designed to prevent accidents.  

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Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control 

This feature is a great enhancement to standard cruise control. You can set your following distance behind the car in front of you, and radar sensors will automatically adjust your speed accordingly. This greatly reduces the need for the driver to frequently brake or accelerate. Other available safety features include a rear vision camera, rear cross-traffic alert, and blind spot monitoring. 

Active Safety vs. Passive Safety 

You might be wondering what the difference between active and passive safety feature is. It’s pretty simple. Active safety features are meant to prevent collisions and accidents from happening. Lane departure warning and forward collision warning are two examples of active safety features. Passive safety features, meanwhile, are meant to mitigate the damage of a crash that does occur. These include airbags and safety cages. 

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