Nissan Offers Automatic Emergency Braking on Select 2018 Models

How Does Nissan Automatic Emergency Braking Work?

Nissan has announced that it will be offering standard Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) on one million of its most popular models in the upcoming year of production. All 2018 Nissan Rogue, Rogue Sport, Altima, Murano, Leaf, Pathfinder, Maxima, and Sentra models will receive AEB standard in every single model sold in the U.S. As exciting as this is, you’re probably asking yourself a couple of questions. How does Nissan Automatic Emergency Braking work? What exactly is AEB? Stay tuned, you’re about to find out.

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What is Nissan Automatic Emergency Braking? How Does AEB work?

AEB is a type of driver assistance technology that measures and monitors the proximity between your vehicle and the one in front of it. As soon as the radar system detects a possible risk of collision, it will alert you with audible and visual warnings to hit the brakes, slow down, and avoid such a collision.

If you are not able to react in time, AEB will apply the brakes on your behalf, which should eliminate the risk of an accident between you and the vehicle in front of you. However, if the impact is unavoidable and AEB cannot prevent the crash, the damage will still be reduced by AEB hitting the brakes for you. By approaching the car in front of you at a lower speed, there should less damage done to everyone and everything involved.

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We hope this has helped to answer your question: how does Nissan Automatic Emergency Braking work? Now when your fellow Nissan drivers are trying to figure out what AEB is and how it works, you can gladly explain it to them. Much like how our staff is always happy to help with touring our inventoryservice workfinancing, and more.

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