2019 Buick Regal Safety Features



2019 Buick Regal Safety Features

Introduced in 1973, the Regal remains a mid-size car by Buick. Currently, in its sixth generation, the Regal is one of the most loved cars in Buick’s lineup. 

Not long ago, Buick launched the 2019 version of the Regal. Thanks to the superefficient turbocharged four-cylinder engine, the car can zoom from 0-60 mph in a little over six seconds. The car delivers a pleasant ride and features a spacious cabin that offers ample legroom for passengers to settle in comfortably. The most noticeable thing about the 2019 Regal is its array of safety features.

In this post, take a look at some safety features of the 2019 Buick Regal in Emmaus. 

1. Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert 

The 2019 Buick Regal comes with Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert that is designed to avoid safety issues when changing lanes. The system continuously monitors your blind zones and issues alerts if it detects a car approaching one of your side blind zones. 


2. Forward Collision Alert 

Forward Collision Alert continuously monitors the distance between your Regal and the vehicle in front of it. If you get extremely near the vehicle and the system detects that a forward collision is imminent, it will issue alerts to highlight the potential danger. If you fail to respond to the warnings, the system will automatically apply the brakes to help avoid the collision or reduce the severity of the impact.


3. Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning

Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning helps you stay in your lane. If the system senses that you are unintentionally drifting out of your designated lane, it will provide gentle steering inputs. The system additionally provides lane departure warnings, if required. 


4. Rear Cross-Traffic Alert 

Rear Cross-Traffic Alert's purpose is to prevent collisions when reversing. The system alerts you to approaching left or right traffic when pulling out of a crowded parking space or driveway with obstructions. Looking back to watch out for objects and people approaching your path when reversing would be a thing of the past



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