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Ford Co-Pilot360™ Safety Features | Toronto, ON

The city of Toronto moves fast, and when you’re behind the wheel, it’s nice knowing you have some advanced safety features to help you on every drive.[1] Learn more about the Ford Co-Pilot360™ suite of driver-assist systems, which are available on many popular models like the Escape, Explorer, F-150, and more.
Ford Co-Pilot360™ Safety Features, Toronto, ON
The city of Toronto moves fast, and when you’re behind the wheel, it’s nice knowing you have some advanced safety features to help you on every drive.[1] Learn more about the Ford Co-Pilot360™ suite of driver-assist systems, which are available on many popular models like the Escape, Explorer, F-150, and more.
Ford Co-Pilot360™ Safety Features, Toronto, ON
The city of Toronto moves fast, and when you’re behind the wheel, it’s nice knowing you have some advanced safety features to help you on every drive.[1] Learn more about the Ford Co-Pilot360™ suite of driver-assist systems, which are available on many popular models like the Escape, Explorer, F-150, and more.
Ford Co-Pilot360™ Safety Features, Toronto, ON

BLIS® With Cross-Traffic Alert


Changing lanes can be difficult, but the Blind Spot Information System (BLIS®) will alert you — visually and audibly — if a vehicle is approaching from behind in your blind spot. Additionally, Cross-Traffic Alert lets you know if there is traffic behind you when you’re in reverse.


Lane-Keeping System


We get it — your long morning commute can sometimes cause you to lose focus. With the use of cameras, the Lane-Keeping System scans the road lines ahead of you and will alert you if you begin to drift from your designated lane.


Pre-Collision Assist with AEB


Defensive driving is something that’s taught when you’re first getting your license. But no one is perfect, and that’s where Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking comes in. This system will alert you of a potential crash with pedestrians or vehicles, and it will apply the brakes if you don’t do so in time.


Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control


Cruise control is somewhat of a luxury, letting your leg and foot get a break from the monotonous task of pressing on the gas pedal. But the Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control system takes this a step further by automatically adjusting your speed based on road speed limit signs and traffic ahead of you.
Ford Co-Pilot360™ Safety Features, Toronto, ON

Evasive Steering Assist


Whether it’s due to an accident or other vehicle merging onto the highway, sudden stops mean you have to slam on your brakes and avoid hitting a vehicle ahead of you. If you get a bit too close, Evasive Steering Assist can provide support to veer away from a potential frontal collision.
 

Rear View Camera


Almost all modern vehicles come with a backup camera. The Rear View Camera on Ford vehicles provides an especially clear view of what’s behind you when you’re reversing, offering added peace of mind when you’re leaving for work.
 

Active Park Assist 2.0


Finding a parking spot in the city can be a little hectic at times. Add to that the stress of parallel parking during peak times and it can be easy to just say, “Forget it,” and find a new spot somewhere else. But the Active Park Assist 2.0 system helps you locate a possible spot and parks the vehicle for you at the press of a button.
 

Auto High-Beam Headlamps


One of the most annoying things that can happen on a dark road is when someone forgets to turn off their bright lights as they approach you. The Auto High-Beam Headlamps on Ford vehicles can sense certain conditions, turn on for extra visibility, and then turn off as they sense oncoming traffic.
Ford Co-Pilot360™ Safety Features, Toronto, ON

BLIS® With Trailer Coverage


If you’re towing a boat or trailer, the BLIS® system with Trailer Coverage eases your anxiety about highway driving. Lane changing is easier, as the system will let you know if a vehicle is in the blind spot of your vehicle as well as the item you’re towing.
 

Pro Trailer Backup Assist™


Along lane changing, backing up with a trailer can be incredibly daunting. Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ works with a knob that you rotate to help you change the direction of the trailer as you are in reverse.
 

Hill Descent Control™


While the city doesn’t contain rolling hills and mountains, there’s still a possibility that you’ll need the assistance of Hill Descent Control™. This useful system works to maintain your speed as you move down an incline and is nice to have, especially when you’re towing a trailer.

You can see all of these systems in action when you visit us at Downtown Ford in Toronto, Ontario.

[1] Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver's attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle. It does not replace safe driving. See Owner's Manual for details and limitations.
 

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Ford Co-Pilot360™ Safety Features, Toronto, ON

BLIS® With Cross-Traffic Alert


Changing lanes can be difficult, but the Blind Spot Information System (BLIS®) will alert you — visually and audibly — if a vehicle is approaching from behind in your blind spot. Additionally, Cross-Traffic Alert lets you know if there is traffic behind you when you’re in reverse.


Lane-Keeping System


We get it — your long morning commute can sometimes cause you to lose focus. With the use of cameras, the Lane-Keeping System scans the road lines ahead of you and will alert you if you begin to drift from your designated lane.


Pre-Collision Assist with AEB


Defensive driving is something that’s taught when you’re first getting your license. But no one is perfect, and that’s where Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking comes in. This system will alert you of a potential crash with pedestrians or vehicles, and it will apply the brakes if you don’t do so in time.


Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control


Cruise control is somewhat of a luxury, letting your leg and foot get a break from the monotonous task of pressing on the gas pedal. But the Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control system takes this a step further by automatically adjusting your speed based on road speed limit signs and traffic ahead of you.
Ford Co-Pilot360™ Safety Features, Toronto, ON

Evasive Steering Assist


Whether it’s due to an accident or other vehicle merging onto the highway, sudden stops mean you have to slam on your brakes and avoid hitting a vehicle ahead of you. If you get a bit too close, Evasive Steering Assist can provide support to veer away from a potential frontal collision.
 

Rear View Camera


Almost all modern vehicles come with a backup camera. The Rear View Camera on Ford vehicles provides an especially clear view of what’s behind you when you’re reversing, offering added peace of mind when you’re leaving for work.
 

Active Park Assist 2.0


Finding a parking spot in the city can be a little hectic at times. Add to that the stress of parallel parking during peak times and it can be easy to just say, “Forget it,” and find a new spot somewhere else. But the Active Park Assist 2.0 system helps you locate a possible spot and parks the vehicle for you at the press of a button.
 

Auto High-Beam Headlamps


One of the most annoying things that can happen on a dark road is when someone forgets to turn off their bright lights as they approach you. The Auto High-Beam Headlamps on Ford vehicles can sense certain conditions, turn on for extra visibility, and then turn off as they sense oncoming traffic.
Ford Co-Pilot360™ Safety Features, Toronto, ON

BLIS® With Trailer Coverage


If you’re towing a boat or trailer, the BLIS® system with Trailer Coverage eases your anxiety about highway driving. Lane changing is easier, as the system will let you know if a vehicle is in the blind spot of your vehicle as well as the item you’re towing.
 

Pro Trailer Backup Assist™


Along lane changing, backing up with a trailer can be incredibly daunting. Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ works with a knob that you rotate to help you change the direction of the trailer as you are in reverse.
 

Hill Descent Control™


While the city doesn’t contain rolling hills and mountains, there’s still a possibility that you’ll need the assistance of Hill Descent Control™. This useful system works to maintain your speed as you move down an incline and is nice to have, especially when you’re towing a trailer.

You can see all of these systems in action when you visit us at Downtown Ford in Toronto, Ontario.

[1] Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver's attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle. It does not replace safe driving. See Owner's Manual for details and limitations.
 

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Ford Co-Pilot360™ Safety Features, Toronto, ON

BLIS® With Cross-Traffic Alert


Changing lanes can be difficult, but the Blind Spot Information System (BLIS®) will alert you — visually and audibly — if a vehicle is approaching from behind in your blind spot. Additionally, Cross-Traffic Alert lets you know if there is traffic behind you when you’re in reverse.


Lane-Keeping System


We get it — your long morning commute can sometimes cause you to lose focus. With the use of cameras, the Lane-Keeping System scans the road lines ahead of you and will alert you if you begin to drift from your designated lane.


Pre-Collision Assist with AEB


Defensive driving is something that’s taught when you’re first getting your license. But no one is perfect, and that’s where Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking comes in. This system will alert you of a potential crash with pedestrians or vehicles, and it will apply the brakes if you don’t do so in time.


Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control


Cruise control is somewhat of a luxury, letting your leg and foot get a break from the monotonous task of pressing on the gas pedal. But the Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control system takes this a step further by automatically adjusting your speed based on road speed limit signs and traffic ahead of you.
Ford Co-Pilot360™ Safety Features, Toronto, ON

Evasive Steering Assist


Whether it’s due to an accident or other vehicle merging onto the highway, sudden stops mean you have to slam on your brakes and avoid hitting a vehicle ahead of you. If you get a bit too close, Evasive Steering Assist can provide support to veer away from a potential frontal collision.
 

Rear View Camera


Almost all modern vehicles come with a backup camera. The Rear View Camera on Ford vehicles provides an especially clear view of what’s behind you when you’re reversing, offering added peace of mind when you’re leaving for work.
 

Active Park Assist 2.0


Finding a parking spot in the city can be a little hectic at times. Add to that the stress of parallel parking during peak times and it can be easy to just say, “Forget it,” and find a new spot somewhere else. But the Active Park Assist 2.0 system helps you locate a possible spot and parks the vehicle for you at the press of a button.
 

Auto High-Beam Headlamps


One of the most annoying things that can happen on a dark road is when someone forgets to turn off their bright lights as they approach you. The Auto High-Beam Headlamps on Ford vehicles can sense certain conditions, turn on for extra visibility, and then turn off as they sense oncoming traffic.
Ford Co-Pilot360™ Safety Features, Toronto, ON

BLIS® With Trailer Coverage


If you’re towing a boat or trailer, the BLIS® system with Trailer Coverage eases your anxiety about highway driving. Lane changing is easier, as the system will let you know if a vehicle is in the blind spot of your vehicle as well as the item you’re towing.
 

Pro Trailer Backup Assist™


Along lane changing, backing up with a trailer can be incredibly daunting. Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ works with a knob that you rotate to help you change the direction of the trailer as you are in reverse.
 

Hill Descent Control™


While the city doesn’t contain rolling hills and mountains, there’s still a possibility that you’ll need the assistance of Hill Descent Control™. This useful system works to maintain your speed as you move down an incline and is nice to have, especially when you’re towing a trailer.

You can see all of these systems in action when you visit us at Downtown Ford in Toronto, Ontario.

[1] Driver-assist features are supplemental and do not replace the driver's attention, judgment and need to control the vehicle. It does not replace safe driving. See Owner's Manual for details and limitations.
 

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