What is Nissan ProPilot Assist Post

Nissan is always looking to be at the forefront of safety in the creation of its vehicle models, and its innovative ProPilot Assist system speaks volumes about their dedication to protecting the precious cargo inside each car, truck, and van that they put on the road.

Today, the team here at Nissan New Port Richey would like to take a few minutes to share some more details about the ProPilot Assist system that is found in Nissan’s diverse lineup of vehicles, and how it can help to make your driving experience safer than ever.

The ProPilot system utilizes a system that incorporates cameras and radar to help drivers drive with improved accuracy and safety. A primary front-facing camera is located behind the rearview mirror and works with radar to assist drivers in staying centered in their lane. Additionally, the ProPilot system keeps drivers at a safe distance from the vehicle in front of them when set on cruise control.

Adaptive cruise control and lane assist features have become more advanced than ever. The newest version of ProPilot assist doesn’t just keep you a set amount of car lengths from the vehicle ahead of you, but also allows your vehicle to come to a complete stop as well as accelerate on its own when set to that mode.

Older versions of this system would have your car accelerate to the set top cruise control speed if nothing was in front of you, but this was potentially dangerous because road conditions, like sharp curves, were not accounted for before the car sped up. However, with the newest version, ProPilot Assist uses navigation data to help adjust vehicle speeds when coming to sharp curves or junctions in the road.

At Nissan New Port Richey, we could not be more excited to provide you with a fantastic selection of vehicles with this advanced safety technology. To learn more about Nissan ProPilot Assist or to experience it for yourself, call or stop by today. One of our friendly and knowledgeable sales team members will be happy to help you with any questions you may have and take you for a test drive. We look forward to meeting you!

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