Feel Safer and More Confident in the 2021 Toyota Highlander
2021 Toyota Highlander Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5+ Features
When looking for a new family vehicle, you need a model that can provide you with excellent performance, a spacious interior, and a significant amount of safety features. If you’ve been struggling to find the perfect vehicle, your search has come to an end. The 2021 Toyota Highlander is powerful, has up to 84.3 cubic feet of cargo space, and a long list of safety features. In this post, we will be exploring the Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5+ features of the 2021 Toyota Highlander. Read on to learn more!
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Innovative safety technology to keep you and your passengers secure
blind spot monitor alert in driver side mirror of 2021 Highlander
Pre-Collision System with Low-Light Pedestrian Detection. This feature will help avoid collisions with vehicles or pedestrians using a camera and radar. When a collision is detected, the system will send out and audio and visual alert and apply the brakes automatically if the driver doesn’t react.
Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control. When driving on the highway, this feature allows you to drive at a preset speed. It also uses vehicle-to-vehicle distance control to maintain a preset distance from the vehicle directly ahead of you.
Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist. When yellow and white lane markings are available, this system will alert you if it detects any unintentional lane departures. If needed, the system can also provide corrective steering if you don’t respond.
Lane Tracing Assist. When working with Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, this feature will use lines on the road and/or vehicles ahead to keep the vehicle centered.
Road Sign Assist. Using a camera, this feature will read road signs and display the information on to the Multi-Information Display.
Automatic High Beams. This feature will help you see better at night when driving at 25 mph and above. By detecting the headlights and taillights of vehicles in the oncoming lane, this system will automatically switch between high and low beams.