2019 Jeep Wrangler Safety

Jeep Wrangler Safety

The Jeep Wrangler has always been loved among drivers who love to go off-roading. After all, its unique, classic design, its strong body and wide range of features make this vehicle highly appealing to many. When it comes to off-roading, safety is always an important concern and thankfully, the Jeep Wrangler in Capital CJD offers a full range of safety and security features to ensure that your time on the road is always smooth and that you are always in control.

To ensure safety and security of drivers and passengers, the Jeep Wrangler comes with an advanced Safety Group, which includes a wide range of safety systems including a Full-Speed Forward Collision Warning along with Active Braking, and an Adaptive Cruise Control with automatic transmission. You can also opt for the Enhanced Adaptive Cruise Control that comes with a six-speed manual transmission. With the Jeep Wrangler, you don’t have to worry about safety while parking, thanks to the ParkSense Rear Park Assist System. This parking safety system uses sonar sensors that are located in the vehicle’s rear bumper to detect obstacles located behind you. If you get dangerously close to any potential hazard while you back into a parking spot or while parallel parking, the system will alert you. This means that you don’t have to worry about any minor or major bumps and accidents while parking your Jeep Wrangler.

Additionally, the Jeep Wrangler comes with a standard ParkView Rear Back-Up Camera. This makes it much easier to safely reverse without hitting or bumping into anything as it lets you see an object behind you through the vehicle touchscreen system. This allows you a full view of the street behind you to ensure everyone’s safety. Other safety features include Blind Spot Monitoring, which will alert you of any vehicle in your blind spot zones, as well as Rear Cross Path Detector, which alerts you when there is a vehicle crossing your path while you are backing up. Both of these safety features make use of radar-based sensors to detect the surrounding vehicles.

Source: Jeep