Mazda6: Stay Safe in the Arlington Area with These Safety Features

Arlington Drivers Rejoice Over the Mazda6 and its Safety Features

If you’re looking for a vehicle that can keep you safe when you’re behind the wheel in the Fairfax area, then look no further than a new Mazda6. This vehicle sports numerous standard and available safety features. These safety features utilize modern technology to alert you of danger around you. Some of these features can even make corrective measures to help you avoid, or hinder the damage from, a collision.

If you are interested in learning about the numerous safety features on the Mazda6, check them out below and let us know which one is your favorite!

  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert: If you are nervous about backing out of a tight parking spot in the Vienna VA or Falls Church area then you will enjoy this feature. It alerts you when drivers are approaching the rear of your vehicle and can warn you to help you avoid a possible collision.
  • Lane Departure Warning System: This available feature alerts you when you begin to drift from your lane.
  • Lane-Keep Assist: This available feature can gently guide you back to your proper lane position when you begin to drift from it.
  • Traffic Sign Recognition System: Have you ever been driving in the Manassas or Woodbridge area when you passed a speed limit sign and didn’t get a chance to read it? With this system, you can always check what the speed limit is because it picks up on it and displays it in your Active Driving Display!
  • High-Beam Control: This feature couples as a safety feature and a courtesy feature for other Tysons Corner and Washington D.C. drivers. It toggles your high and low beams when another vehicle is approaching from the other lane or when you are approaching the rear of a vehicle to help prevent blinding other drivers.

If you are interested in learning more about this unique vehicle or any of the other vehicles in our new inventory, visit us today! One of our friendly customer service representatives will be happy to help you!

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