2017 Hyundai Tucson Safety Features

Safety Features

Rearview Camera

A rearview camera comes standard on the 2017 Hyundai Tucson. This standard feature automatically activates when you begin to back up, letting you see right behind your Tucson. You’ll see the image of what’s in the back of your Tucson on your in-vehicle touchscreen. Stop craning your neck to see inaccurate views from the rearview mirror, and look in the rearview camera instead to back up with precision and peace of mind.

Rear Parking Sensors

Rear parking sensors are an option on the 2017 Hyundai Tucson. These sensors use radar detection to determine if there’s an obstacle behind your Tucson in case you’re not able to see it, alerting you with sound and visual cues that go faster or slower depending on how close the obstacle is. Stay alert to what’s around you with your rear parking sensors.

Blind Spot Detection

The blind spot on your Tucson is a space where it’s next to impossible to see vehicles on either side of you without a mirror, camera, or other technological assistance. Blind spot detection uses special cameras to determine whether there’s a vehicle or other obstacle in your blind spot. If you’re about to change lanes, it lets you know whether it’s safe to move over or not via visual and audio warnings.

Lane Departure Warning

Lane Departure Warning uses cameras to keep track of the lane lines and markers around you, detecting whether you’re safely in the center of your lane. If you drift from the center of your lane without signaling a turn, it provides an audible and visual alert that lets you know it’s time to take back control of your steering before you steer off the road.

Automatic Emergency Braking

Automatic emergency braking uses a sonar camera to determine the following distance between you and the car ahead of you. When your system detects that you’re going too fast to avoid a collision, you’ll get an alert that you need to slow down. If you’re not able to press on the brakes in time, the system will automatically apply brake pressure to help you slow down and avoid or mitigate a collision.

Brake Control

The 2017 Hyundai Tucson includes standard hill start assist and downhill brake control. The hill start assist helps reduce your risk of rolling backward if you’re parked on a steep hill. When you’re going down a steep grade, the downhill brake control helps you maintain control with precise pressure on the brake line.

Blue Link

When it comes to safety, Hyundai Blue Link is one of your best allies. Connect to emergency assistance or roadside assistance at any time, and a friendly Blue Link operator will connect you to the help you need and get people to you right away. If there’s a collision and you can’t get to your Blue Link button, your Tucson will automatically contact emergency assistance.

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