Top-Notch Safety in 2015 Dodge Charger
The 2015 Dodge Charger may be best known for its sporty looks and stellar performance. However, it has even more to offer.
With its high quality build and outstanding safety features, this four-door from your local Dodge Dealer in Miami is a top pick for a diverse set of drivers.
Whether you’re a young professional looking for an attractive new ride or a family looking for something safe and comfortable with a wild side, Dodge has you covered.
Take a look at all of the protective measures the company has taken to make safety as big a priority as athleticism in the one-of-a-kind Charger.
The Charger’s Rear Park Assist System uses ultrasonic sensors and sound waves to detect vehicles that are behind you. It’s an incredibly handy tool to have when you’re trying to parallel park.
Whenever you put the car in reverse or neutral, the system goes into action. It sends you a signal via the graphic display, and it also sends out audio warnings that intensify the closer you get to an object behind you.
Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
The ESC system monitors your steering pattern and the movement of your car. If one end of the Charger isn’t steering properly or is starting to slide, ESC applies individual brakes accordingly to correct your course.
Ready Alert Braking
When you remove your foot from the accelerator abruptly, the antilock brake system applies slight pressure to the brakes and readies the car to stop.
This helps shorten the distance it takes the car to come to a complete stop, helping to prevent collision by reducing reaction time.
Adaptive Cruise Control
The Adaptive Cruise Control follows the distance you set between you and vehicle in front of you. When the system is engage, the Charger will slow down to match the car ahead of you. It will also slow down if another car enters the lane and accelerate again when the lane is clear.
If you come to a complete stop for more than a few seconds, you simply press the “Resume” button on the steering-wheel-mounted controls or tap the accelerator to continue on your way.
Forward Collision Warning
This system uses sensors and a camera to monitor what’s in front of you. If you are approaching a stopped vehicle or an obstruction, a warning will sound, and it will show up on the Charger’s display.
Then the brakes will be applied to help slow the vehicle. If you begin to apply pressure to the brake pedal, the car will assist you in tandem with the needed stopping power.
If you don’t respond and a collision is imminent, the Charger will do the braking for you to stop you in time.
Lane Departure Warning
A built-in camera recognizes the painted lanes on the road and gives you a warning if you start to veer. The message is sent to you via the steering wheel and display.
Blind Spot Monitoring
The 2015 Charger has radar sensors in the rear to detect vehicles that are approaching in the lanes to the left or the right.
A light on the mirror turns on if there is a car in your blind spot. You can also set up the system to give an audible notification.
Not only is the Charger’s Blind Spot Monitoring extremely helpful on the highway, but you’ll also find that it’s particularly useful when you’re trying to back out of a parking space.
The Charger’s state-of-the-art headlights automatically increase or decrease their intensity. The headlights turn off when approaching another vehicle. They also adjust based on the speed you’re traveling.