Safety Features Abound in the 2017 Genesis G80

Genesis G80 driving past misty mountain landscape

Driving the 2017 Genesis G80 is a great choice if you make safety a priority. After all, this sedan managed to earn two top honors that are hard to achieve. It received a 5-Star Overall Rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It also earned the status of a 2016 Top Safety Pick+ from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. To earn such impressive recognition for its safety, the Genesis G80 comes with a long list of standard and available safety features to protect everyone inside.

Standard Safety Features

Among the long list of standard safety features on the G80, you will find High Beam Assist, Smart Cruise Control with stop and start capabilities, a rearview camera whose image is displayed on the 8-inch touchscreen navigation system, an Electronic Parking Brake featuring Automatic Vehicle Hold, nine airbags, and pre-active seat belts.

Advanced safety features also come standard, including Lane Keep Assist to complement Lane Departure Warning and a Haptic Steering Wheel, Blind Spot Detection that works with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, and Automatic Emergency Braking. Of course, you also have standard features like LED Daytime Running Lights for visibility, Electronic Stability Control, outboard rear and front seat-mounted side-impact airbags, roof-mounted side curtain airbags in each row, a driver’s knee airbag, and advanced dual front airbags.

Available Safety Features

For the few drivers who feel as if those above safety features aren’t enough to give them peace of mind when driving around Alabama, the Genesis G80 offers even more. The available parking assistance system includes eight ultrasonic sensors spread along the rear and front bumpers.

Now that you know the many ways that the 2017 Genesis G80 keeps you safe when driving around Tuscaloosa, Alabama, there is no reason to put off buying your luxury sedan. Visit Genesis of Tuscaloosa to learn more or take the G80 on a test drive today.