New 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Safety


2019 Chrysler Pacifica

New 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Safety

Without a reason, the Chrysler Pacifica is not one of the country's most loved minivans. A variety of infotainment characteristics, stylish and comfortable interiors, and Stow n Go seats that help maximize cargo room are some reasons vehicle specialists find the Pacifica a value-for-money car. However, the most noticeable thing about the minivan is its sophisticated safety characteristics. Chrysler Pacifica 2019 has already struck showrooms in Lexington and other areas of the nation. Like its predecessors, the car's 2019 version is full of safety characteristics. We address a few sophisticated safety characteristics of the 2019 Pacifica in Lexington in this article.

Parking Assistance
The 2019 Pacifica comes with several parking assistance features to assist you to park securely, including a 360-degree surround view camera that becomes your third eye when you reverse. Parksense Front and Rear Park Assist helps to prevent collisions with objects that pop out of nowhere. When reversing, Rear Cross Path Detection avoids any effects with individuals or items.

Blind Spot Monitoring System
The Pacifica comes with one of our time's most helpful safety features-Blind Spot Monitoring. The feature allows you to change lanes safely. When a car enters one of your blind areas, the vehicle warns you by lighting an icon near the exterior mirror.

LaneSense Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist
The LaneSense Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist comes into play by issuing audible alerts when the system suspects you are accidentally leaving your lane. Your Pacifica continuously analyzes your driving patterns. 

Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go
The 2019 Pacifica arrives with Stop and Go Adaptive Cruise Control that uses sensors to keep a secure distance between your Pacifica and the car ahead of you. If the system detects that you are getting too close to the car, it will automatically adjust your velocity to prevent a frontal collision.

Full-Speed Forward Collision Warning
If the system feels that the gap between your Pacifica and the car ahead is closing too rapidly, FCW+ will issue an audible and visual alert. If you do not take action, the system may apply automatically the brakes.


Source: Chrysler