The 2022 Grand Cherokee L's blind spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert is part of a group of safety and driver-assistance features that can help you avoid collisions. The system uses radar sensors to detect vehicles in your blind spots, which are the areas to the side of your car that you cannot see in the rearview mirror. If it senses a vehicle approaching one of these blind spots, it will alert you with an audible warning tone and display a warning icon on your instrument cluster. If you shift into reverse while another vehicle is behind you, a rear cross-traffic alert will use the same radar sensors to scan for vehicles approaching from either side of your Jeep. If it detects a potential collision with an object or vehicle in front or behind you, it will alert you with an audible warning tone and display a warning icon on your instrument cluster. The blind spot monitoring system's radar sensors on each side of the vehicle detect other vehicles in adjacent lanes as far as 300 feet away. This allows you time to change lanes or slow down without having to take your eyes off the road ahead of you. In addition, the system can also detect pedestrians in crosswalks, allowing for safer backing up. These features are ideal for avoiding accidents by monitoring the area around your vehicle when you are backing up or driving in traffic. If you’re interested in this vehicle, reach out to us at St Paul Dodge today.