ProPILOT Assist is a hands-on driver assistance system that combines Nissan's Intelligent Cruise Control and Steering Assist technologies, as well as a stop and hold function that can bring the vehicle to a complete stop, hold in place, and then return you to your original speed when traffic begins moving again. It's as easy as pressing a button on the steering wheel to enable ProPILOT Assist in your Nissan. You can get on the road quickly with all of the features you want enabled thanks to the simple steering wheel controls. Whether you live in Fremont, Milpitas, or Mountain View, NissanConnect makes staying connected a breeze. Learn more about how it works and what this wonderful technology has to offer by visiting Premier Nissan of San Jose.
Lane Keep Assist is a feature that assists you in keeping you centered in your lane while driving. It can identify lane markers and deliver modest steering instructions to get the car positioned properly in the middle of the lane when it is turned on. On extended drives, where it's easy to stray out of your lane, this feature can be incredibly useful. Lane Keep Assist is especially useful in circumstances where traffic is thick, and it feels like you're crammed in close with other vehicles.
When you activate ProPILOT Assist, you can specify the distance between you and the vehicle in front of you. This feature will allow you to maintain that distance without having to hit the brakes every time the traffic flow changes. Furthermore, when the brake assist feature is combined with Nissan's intelligent cruise control and steering assist, you may use the stop and hold function, which stops the vehicle, holds it in position, and then accelerates it once traffic resumes moving.
ProPILOT Assist has a speed control feature that works in conjunction with other capabilities, making it much more than just cruise control. When you set the space between you and the vehicle in front of you, speed control is activated. The speed will change to maintain the predetermined distance if the car in front of you slows down. When you employ the stop and hold feature under the brake assist function, speed control is also active. It will return your automobile from a stop to either the speed you specified before or the speed that maintains the proper spacing between you and the vehicle in front of you.
The term "blind spot" refers to an area around your vehicle that you can't see with your mirrors. Many collisions have occurred as a result of drivers neglecting to examine their blind spots before moving over in traffic. ProPILOT Assist's blind-spot recognition feature lets you know if a car is in your blind area even if you can't see it. If there is a car in your blind area, it will illuminate an indicator light. The blind spot recognition feature will inform you with a chime and flashing indicator light if you use your turn signal while someone is in the blind spot.
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