Toyota Safety Sense vs. Honda Sensing
Toyota Safety Sense and Honda Sensing are two of the industry’s most comprehensive and trusted safety suites. But which offers the level of protection Hilo and Kailua-Kona families are searching for? Compare Toyota Safety Sense vs. Honda Sensing below to see which brand goes the extra mile to help you stay safe.
Shared Standard Features
Honda Sensing and Toyota Safety Sense both include:
- Adaptive Cruise Control—allows you to set a following distance between you and the vehicle ahead of you.
- Forward Collision Warning—alerts you if you’re approaching a straight-ahead vehicle too fast and can activate the brakes if necessary.
- Lane Departure Warning—alerts you if you begin to drift from your lane.
- Auto High-Beam Headlights—alternates between low beams and high beams to suit different driving conditions.
How Does Honda Sensing Differ?
True, Toyota Safety Sense and Honda Sensing offer many of the same features, but the latter offers added protection for Kamuela and Waiomea drivers with the following:
- Cross-Traffic Monitor—alerts you to vehicles approaching from the rear while you’re reversing.
- Lane Keeping Assist System—helps keep your vehicle centered between lane markers by adjusting steering as necessary.
- Blind Spot Information System—warns you of any vehicles in your blind zones, so you can change lanes safely.
- Honda LaneWatch—uses a passenger-side camera to help you change lanes by sending a live feed to the central display.
Vehicles with Honda Sensing
- 2018 Honda Accord Sedan (All)
- 2018 Honda Civic Coupe (Touring)
- 2018 Civic Hatchback (Sport Touring)
- 2018 Civic Sedan (Touring)
- 2018 Clarity Plug-In Hybrid (All)
- 2018 Fit Hatchback (EX and EX-L)
- 2018 CR-V SUV (EX, EX-L, and Touring)
- 2018 Odyssey Minivan (EX, EX-L, Touring, and Elite)
- 2018 Pilot SUV (Touring and Elite)
- 2018 Ridgeline Truck (RTL-E and Black Edition)
Try Out Honda Sensing at Big Island Honda!
Test drive a vehicle with Honda Sensing at Big Island Honda! We have locations on either side of the Big Island—one in Hilo and one in Kailua-Kona. If you have questions about Honda Sensing, contact us online or by phone!