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2020 Kia Telluride Safety Technology

Highway Driving Assist
An enhancement of the Telluride’s standard adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go capability and lane-keeping assist systems, Highway Driving Assist reads speed-limit signs and adds lane-centering assist to reduce fatigue during long-distance drives. Highway Driving Assist is standard with EX and SX trim.

Blind-spot Collision Avoidance
This system is standard on all Tellurides. If the driver ignores blind-spot-monitor warnings and attempts to change lanes when another vehicle is in the Telluride’s blind spot, Blind Spot Collision Avoidance applies braking to the front wheel on the opposite side from where the threat exists in order to discourage that action.

Rear Cross Traffic Collision Avoidance Assist
When the Roasted blue steering wheel driver is reversing from a blind driveway or parking space, the rear cross-traffic alert system provides a warning that traffic may be approaching from the sides of the SUV. If the system determines that a collision is about to happen, it activates the Collision Avoidance Assist function, which is an automatic braking system that brings the SUV to a stop. This is a standard feature for the Kia Telluride.

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Safe Exit Assist
Using the same radar units that power the Telluride’s standard blind-spot-monitoring system, Safe Exit Assist can detect when traffic is approaching the SUV from behind and prevent occupants from opening the rear doors. This feature is useful when the SUV is parallel-parked, and when a rear passenger must exit on the street side of the vehicle. It is a standard feature for all Tellurides.

Rear Occupant Alert
Created as a response to children and pets becoming trapped in hot cars, Rear Occupant Alert gets the driver’s attention with audible and visual warnings that someone might still be in the SUV’s back seat. If the driver ignores this warning, ultra-sonic sensors that detect movement in the 2nd- and 3rd-row seats will cause the Telluride’s horn to honk and lights to flash. A text-message is also sent to the smartphone connected to the UVO Link account.

UVO Link Care
A connected services package that is one step above the standard UVO Link Lite package, UVO Link Care is free for the first year of Telluride ownership. After that, it costs $9.99 monthly or $99 annually. It includes the 911 Connect service from UVO Link Lite, plus quick access to roadside assistance and safe teen-driver functions like Curfew Alert.

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2021 Ford Explorer Safety Technology

Co-Pilot360
Every 2021 Ford Explorer has Co-Pilot360, a set of Roasted blue steering wheel safety technologies including forward-collision warning with automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, lane-keeping assistance, a rearview camera with washer, automatic on-off headlights with automatic high beams, and side wind stabilization.

Co-Pilot360 Assist+
Optional in the Explorer XLT and standard from the Limited level, this enhanced array brings Evasive Steering Assist (reducing steering effort required in emergency situations), post-impact braking (lessening the chances of injury caused by a secondary crash), Active Cruise Control (with Stop & Go, lane centering, speed limit sign recognition), voice-activated/touchscreen navigation, and Sirius XM Traffic and Travel Link.

Speed Sign Recognition
Part of the advanced Co-Pilot360 Assist+ system, Speed Sign Recognition sounds self-explanatory, but merits a special mention. When adaptive cruise control is activated, this feature recognizes speed limit signs and automatically brings the Explorer down to that speed. But if the driver sets the cruise at a few mph above the posted limit (which many people do as a way of making good time, yet without attracting undue attention), Speed Sign Recognition will honor that request — up to a certain point.

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