For years, Subaru models have been renowned for being among the safest vehicles on the road. This reputation is thanks to attributes like the superior handling offered by the combination of a horizontal BOXER engine and standard Symmetrical All-Wheel-Drive, as well as chassis and frame designs that distribute impact force away from passengers.

However, in addition to robust construction and balanced driving dynamics, Subaru's most compelling safety solution is its EyeSight® suite of driver aids. These technologies leverage dual color cameras that enhance driver awareness and assist in the detection and avoidance of road hazards. EyeSight® technologies are available across Subaru's lineup. And many models, like the Subaru Legacy, Subaru Ascent, and upcoming 2021 Subaru Crosstrek, include these technologies as standard equipment on all trim levels. Here's a quick look at some of the highlights of Subaru's EyeSight® suite of driver-assistance technologies:

  • Pre-Collision Braking alerts the driver of a possible impending front collision and can automatically apply the brakes to help avoid or mitigate the severity of an accident.

  • Adaptive Cruise Control augments standard cruise control functionality by automatically controlling the brake and throttle to maintain a preset distance from leading vehicles.

  • Lane Keep Assist and Sway Warning monitors your position in the lane and warns you of unintentional drifting or swaying. If you can't respond in time, the system can apply corrective steering to keep you on the road.

  • Pre-Collision Throttle Management: If EyeSight® detects a likely collision, it can reduce engine power to minimize the force of an impact.

Test Drive a new Subaru near Nashville, Adel, and Hahira, GA

Whether you're commuting from Ellenton or traveling across the country, EyeSight® technologies can provide a safer and more enjoyable driving experience. To learn more about these technologies and experience them for yourself, O'Steen Subaru of Valdosta invites you to schedule a test drive in a new Subaru model. We'd love to give you a tour.

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