2015 Ford Fusion safety features compared to other cars
The 2015 Ford Fusion may be one of the safest sedans available, and you can bet we’re proud that it’s a Ford. Although we’re proud, we’re not super surprised that this vehicle is sweeping other similar makes and models under the rug with all of its advanced safety features and its improved body construction.
Every driver seeks a safe, reliable vehicle, but to varying degrees depending on price, durability, versatility and other automotive needs, but if your end game is getting the safest sedan you can for your money, you might want to take another look at the 2015 Ford Fusion because it has so many features that will blow you away. It also received a 5-star safety rating and is a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Even in the most basic 2015 Ford Fusion model, the vehicle still comes equipped with features such as a tire pressure monitoring system, electronic stability control, a post-crash alert system and an emergency braking system.
Here are the top 2015 Ford Fusion safety features compared to other cars:
Inflatable rear seat belts
Ford is one of the only manufacturers to provide this, but the 2015 Ford Fusion comes equipped with available inflatable rear seat belts, which are exactly what they sound like. In the event of a crash, the seat belts inflate to act as a mini airbag that help keep everyone, both in front and back, safe and secure.
Blind spot monitoring system
You can’t help what you can’t see, so the 2015 Ford Fusion makes it easier to see everything with its blind spot monitoring system that will alert drivers if there is something in their blind spot that could be harmful to either party.
Rearview backup camera
Similar to the blind spot monitoring system, the rearview backup camera makes it easier for drivers to see what is directly behind their vehicle, even below the rear window. This feature has become an asset to many vehicles these days, and has even prevented a number of fatal accidents.
Again, just as it sounds, the lane-keeping assistant alerts drivers if they are deviating from the expected lane and direction of travel.
What are some of your can’t-live-without safety features?