Toyota Tundra Safety | Stevenson Hendrick Toyota



2019 Toyota Tundra Safety | Stevenson-Hendrick Toyota Jacksonville

2019 Toyota Tundra Safety Introduced in 1999, the Tundra is a full-size pickup truck by Toyota. Superior steering and handling, an interior that is not just stylish but also comfortable, high-tech safety features, and excellent safety ratings are some reasons to bring the Tundra home. Recently, Toyota launched the 2019 version of the car. Since the 2019 Toyota Tundra hit showrooms in Jacksonville and other parts of the country, both critics and car enthusiasts alike can’t get enough of the car. There are many reasons why the 2019 Tundra is a special car; however, the most noticeable thing about the full-size pickup is its array of safety features that help it stand out from the crowd. We, in this post, take a look at some driver-assist and safety features of the car. 1. Star Safety System The 2019 Tundra comes with Toyota’s Star Safety System, a suite of six advanced safety features including Electronic Brake-force Distribution, Brake Assist, Anti-Lock Brake System, Traction Control, Vehicle Stability Control, and Smart Stop technology that help you keep safe on the road. 2. Blind Spot Monitor with Rear-Cross Traffic Alert The 2019 Tundra comes with Blind Spot Monitor that warns you to vehicles in your blind spot zones. The feature helps you avoid safety risks when changing lanes. When reversing, Rear-Cross Traffic Alert warns you to vehicles approaching your Tundra, helping you avoid a rear collision. 3. Airbag system The 2019 Tundra comes with front outboard passenger airbags, side curtain, and front-seat-mounted side airbags that are designed to transfer energy away from body parts in the event of a collision. The Tundra is the only vehicle in its segment to feature driver/front outboard passenger knee airbags that are deployed to protect your knees in the event of a collision. 4. Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection The 2019 Tundra uses an in-vehicle camera and radar to detect vehicles and pedestrians approaching your car. When the vehicle gets too close to a pedestrian or a car, the Pre-Collision System issues audio and visual alerts, prompting you to take corrective actions. If you fail to respond to these alerts, the system may automatically apply the brakes, helping avoid the collision, or at the least, mitigate its impact. Test drive the 2019 Toyota Tundra in Jacksonville today itself.


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