Does the 2020 Honda Accord Have Blind Spot Monitoring?
Yes, the Blind Spot Information System (BSI) is standard on the 2020 Honda Accord Sport 2.0T, EX, EX-L, and Touring models.
The only models that don’t come with BSI are the base 2020 Honda Accord LX and Hybrid. However, all Accord models come standard with the Honda Sensing® suite, which includes safety and driver-assistive technologies, like the Collision Mitigation Braking System, Road Departure Mitigation, the Lane Keeping Assist System, and more.
What Is The Blind Spot Information System?
The Blind Spot Information System alerts the driver when a vehicle is in an adjacent lane by illuminating a light on the side-view mirror. If the turn signal is activated, the light will flash and an alert will sound.
Picture this: it’s rush hour – the two-second following rule is nothing but a utopian fantasy – and you need to get into the right-side exit from the left-most lane. Taking your eyes off the road ahead is ill-advised in close quarters stop-and-go traffic, but so is whipping into the next lane without peeking over your shoulder for other vehicles. With BSI constantly checking your blind spots for you, you can focus on what’s in front of you for safer transit through traffic.
BSI is not a substitute for your visual assessment before changing lanes. Rather, it’s an added layer of security on multi-lane roads.
Cover Your Blind Spot In a 2020 Honda Accord From Our Portland Area Dealer
If you need the Blind Spot Information System and other modern safety features in your next vehicle, the 2020 Honda Accord is an excellent choice.
Fortunately, Portland shoppers have a wide selection of Accord models to choose from at our dealership. To help you find the Accord with all of the features you need, safety technology and all, we encourage you to test drive!
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Interested in learning more about the tech-savvy 2020 Honda Accord? Contact us at Beaverton Honda.