How Honda Leads the Automotive Industry in Safety

June is National Safety Month, and for the industry leader in producing the safest vehicles on the road, the six-letter word is packed with importance.

At Honda, pioneering the safest vehicles is a constant pursuit of perfection, with the ultimate dream of a collision-free future. Rooted in racing, the same technologies and knowledge that keeps racers safe at speeds over 200 miles per hour are used to produce the safest cars on the streets today.

In fact, by model year 2040, Honda hopes to completely eliminate car collisions from the roads. As part of that effort, the company has become the first in the automotive industry to utilize a new three-dimensional, crash-simulation visualization technology.

Such dedication to safety is why Honda and child company Acura have a combined total of ten IIHS Top Safety Pick vehicles in 2017. One of these top safety picks is the Honda Ridgeline, the first and only pickup truck in history to achieve the rating.

Among its many safety features, the Ridgeline and other Honda models come equipped with Honda Sensing. This safety-oriented technology suite includes Collision Mitigation Braking System™ (CMBS™) with Forward Collision Warning (FCW), Road Departure Mitigation (RDM) with Lane Departure Warning (LDW), Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC).

On top of these, all 2017 models come standard with a multi-angle rearview camera, Advance Compatibility Engineering body structure, Vehicle Stability Assist, anti-lock braking system, and advanced airbag systems.

In light of National Safety Month, suffice it to say that Honda is the go-to source of the safest vehicles on the market.

Photo credit: Ian Muttoo, Honda via Flickr Attribution 2.0 (CC BY 2.0)

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