Does the Chrysler Pacifica Use a Rear Cross Traffic Check System?

Today's drivers have an advantage when moving in reverse, thanks to recent advances in radar technology. First came the blind spot detection system. After that invention grew positive fruit, engineers took on the act of backing up to see if they could improve the chances of detecting cross traffic before an accident.

Chrysler engineers placed two radar units inside the rear bumper of the Pacifica. The radar units activate when the car is put into reverse. The radar is strong enough to detect movement up to 50-yards to either side of the vehicle rear. Whether the movement is a basketball rolling down the sidewalk, a pedestrian walking or jogging, or a vehicle coming down the road, the system alerts the driver with a loud ping that something is there.

At our Kennewick dealership, you can discover the rear cross traffic detection system for yourself. Come and test drive the new Chrysler Pacifica today!

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