Mazda’s Safety Ratings Offer Confidence on the Way Back to School
It’s no secret that parents buying a car for their kids value safety above all else, which might explain why Mazda vehicles are so popular. Whether you’re looking for an SUV or a compact sedan, Mazda safety ratings and features help put a parent’s mind at rest. Let’s take a closer look at what makes Mazda vehicles so safe.
i-ACTIVSENSE® Safety Technology
Mazda’s i-ACTIVSENSE® suite includes a series of safety technologies that use advanced cameras and radars to help protect you. Features of the i-ACTIVSENSE® suite include:
- Adaptive Front-lighting System
- High-Beam Control System
- Adaptive LED Headlights
- Driver Attention Alert
- Lane-keep Assist System
- Blind Spot Monitoring
- Mazda Radar Cruise Control
- Lane Departure Warning System
- Forward Obstruction Warning
Mazda Passive Safety Features
The features listed above prevent everything from unsafe lane changes between Plainfield and Aurora to collisions in Joliet. If the worst does happen, Mazda’s passive safety features help protect the driver and passengers from harm.
- SRS Airbag System
- Seat Belts with Pretensioner and Load Limiter
- Impact-Absorbing Steering System
- Rear Seat Occupant Protection
Mazda Safety Ratings
The NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) performs crash tests on each new car to enter the market. Front, side, and rollover tests are made to mirror the majority of crashes on America’s roadways, and Mazda is used to earning 5-stars across the board.
The following vehicles all earned a 5-star NHTSA safety rating.
Mazda’s Safety Features Offer Peace of Mind
From safety technology to crash-test ratings, Mazda vehicles routinely come out at the head of the pack. With that in mind, contact us today to arrange a test drive or to learn more.
Why Buy from Continental Mazda of Naperville?
At Continental Mazda of Naperville, we’re always concerned with driver safety because we’re committed to our community. We’re about relationships, not sales, and that’s reflected in a variety of ways, including: