2022 Chrysler 300 Collision Avoidance Technology

Nov 16,2022

The 2022 Chrysler 300 will have a suite of safety systems beyond traditional driver assistance technologies. The system warns you if it sees a potential problem and automatically applies the brakes if needed to prevent an accident. In addition to the standard backup camera and rear parking sensors, the 2022 Chrysler 300 will feature various collision avoidance technologies designed to prevent accidents. These systems primarily include: Lane Departure Warning — If you start to drift out of your lane without indicating, a vibration is sent through the steering wheel, alerting you that you may be in danger. If you do not indicate after several seconds, an audible warning is triggered. Automatic Emergency Braking — If a collision is imminent, automatic emergency braking will activate. This system works with adaptive cruise control and forward collision warning to apply full braking or maximum torque to help avoid hitting another vehicle or object. Blind Spot Monitoring — Blind spot monitoring alerts drivers when there is a vehicle next to them or approaching from behind in their blind spot so they can take appropriate action before getting into an accident. Forward Collision Warning — This system alerts the driver when a collision may be imminent, giving them time to react. If the driver fails to react, the system will automatically apply braking to help avoid an accident. Contact us at St. Paul Dodge for more details about the collision avoidance technology in the 2022 Chrysler 300.