Nissan ProPILOT Assist Driver Technology is Ready for US Launch
As you may know, Nissan has been working on its ProPILOT driver assistance programs for many years now. It’s been quite the journey, but the end result promises to be worth the wait. And now, finally, after incredible amounts of time, research, and energy, the Nissan ProPILOT Assist driver technology is ready for US launch. So, how does it work exactly?
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How to Use Nissan ProPILOT Assist
A modern-day pioneer in the world of driver assistance technology, Nissan ProPILOT Assist is designed specifically for American roads and traffic conditions. To turn on the system, the driver only needs to push the blue button marked “ProPILOT Assist ON,” which is located in the right-side steering wheel spoke. Next, when the desired speed is reached, the driver should set the Intelligent Cruise Control.
As long as lane markers are consistently detected, the steering assist—indicated by steering wheel/lane marker icons on the instrument panel—helps to keep the driver’s vehicle in its respective lane. If the car comes to a complete stop for more than three seconds, such as in a traffic jam, then the driver will simply need to tap the accelerator pedal or hit the “resume” button and the car will be on its way to the driver’s desination in no time at all.
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We hope you’ve enjoyed learning that the Nissan ProPILOT Assist driver technology is ready for US launch. As outlined above, this technology will make the morning commute, and just about any other driving experiences, easier than ever before. Need a new car before the ProPILOT models roll out in the near future? We have plenty of great Nissan vehicles in our inventory. Pick a car and let’s take it out for a test drive! Our financing team would be happy to talk money and answer any questions you may have.
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