Nissan ProPilot Assist: Everything You Need to Know
Automotive giant Nissan is known all over the world for its powerful cars with state-of-the-art technology incorporated in their running and safety. Nissan safety has always been a step above the competition, and its ProPilot Assist just takes it further. It utilizes essential tools like cameras and radars to ensure maximum safety while driving.
Launched first in the US in 2018, the ProPilot Assist consists of a front placed sensor that connects with the frontal camera located just behind your Nissan’s rearview mirror. Both the sensor and camera work together in sync to help you stay in your lane and maintain a safe distance from the automobile in front of you.
Deep-Dive into ProPilot Assist Working
The ProPilot Assist is a revolutionary Nissan safety feature that uses both the steering assist and intelligent cruise control to grant you myriad ways to control your car more efficiently and smoothly. One capability that comes into play with the ProPilot Assist is top and hold, which automatically halts your Nissan when the traffic ahead of your stalls. It also moves the car when the traffic begins advancing. This works solely for driving in a single lane, but the improved ProPilot Assist will let you make use of these in multi-lane commutes as well.
How to Use ProPilot Assist
ProPilot Assist is incredibly easy to use; it’s literally as easy as pressing a button. This button is situated on the car’s steering wheel. Once you hit it, you are directed to input the distance you would like to maintain between your Nissan and the vehicle immediately ahead of you.
It will also inquire about the speed you want your car to go at. The sensor and camera work in tandem to locate lane markers on the road and give you lane departure alerts accordingly. This helps you stay in your lane, thus maximizing you and your loved one’s safety.
If you would like to test drive a Nissan in Emmaus, Easton, or Allentown and see the ProPilot Assist at work for yourself, head over to our dealership. We will give you a live walk-through of the ProPilot Assist and answer any other queries you might have.