Safety features on the 2019 Kia Optima 

By Product Expert | Posted in Kia Optima on Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019 at 7:12 pm
2019 Kia Optima in grey driving on a tree-lined street

There is no doubt that the Kia Optima is one of the most popular models in the automaker’s lineup. The Optima looks and feels like the perfect family sedan. And to keep your family safe, you want to make sure you have the best safety technology available in your car. Check out some of the great safety features available on the 2019 Kia Optima. 

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2019 Kia Optima safety features 

The Optima comes with active and passive safety technologies. Active features are meant to prevent any and all collisions from happening whereas passive features are designed to mitigate the damage of an accident that does occur. Examples of passive safety features include seatbelts, crumple zones, and airbags. 

2019 Kia Optima driver seat and center console

Forward collision avoidance 

This system can detect when a potential collision is imminent and automatically apply the brakes. This can totally avoid a collision or at least limit the fallout of one. Pedestrian detection is another feature that works with this system to help you see people crossing the street. 

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Lane-keep assist 

Lane-keep assist, along with lane-departure warning keep you in the correct lane. If you change lanes inadvertently or without signaling, these systems will subtly alert you and can even correct your steering. They can also keep you in the center of your lane. 

Driver awareness technology 

Features like a rear camera, parking distance warning, blind spot monitoring, a surround view monitor, and rear cross-traffic alert keep the driver as aware of his or her surroundings as possible. These features always make sure you know what is around you. Come on down to Garden Grove Kia to learn more about the 2019 Kia Optima! 

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