2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC Safety and Security Features
Safety on the road is important whether you have young children, a new teen driver, or if it’s just you in the vehicle. Car accidents happen so frequently that you need to always be prepared. That’s why car manufacturers started introducing safety and security technology into their models. The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC is one model that has these features. To learn about the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC safety and security features, keep reading!
Standard Safety and Security Features
Before we dive in, it’s good to note that there is a long list of safety and security features, so we are only going to be focusing on a few. Additionally, there are active safety features and passive safety features that have different responsibilities. So, let’s get started with the active safety features.
ATTENTION ASSIST® will monitor driving behavior and will alert the driver when it detects signs of drowsiness. Active Brake Assist will alert you if it detects a possible collision. Once the driver steps on the brakes, the system will apply appropriate brake pressure to prevent the collision or reduce impact. Blind Spot Assist with Exit Warning Assist will sense when a vehicle enters the vehicle’s blind spots. The system will then send warning light to the side mirror. In addition, if the turn signal is activated when a vehicle is in a blind zone, there will be an audible warning.
Now, on to the passive safety features. Mercedes-Benz Emergency Call will send a call to Mercedes-Benz Emergency Services, with important information, when the air bag is deployed. You can also use the SOS button when you, or someone else, needs emergency services. Emergency Tensioning Devices will remove slack from seat belts in the event of a collision that exceeds a certain threshold.
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2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC in Salem, OR
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