Rebecca Lindland | April 22, 2020
New vehicles offer an array of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS). This technology monitors the driver, vehicle behavior, and road conditions, providing visual and audible alerts to potential threats and perhaps, depending on the system, actively braking or steering to prevent a collision.
Many car companies have taken to gathering these systems into collections of technology with a brand name of some kind. For example, Nissan Safety Shield 360 is Nissan’s name for its collection of ADAS, and it is a standard equipment on all versions of the 2020 Nissan Kicks, Leaf, Maxima, Rogue Sport, Sentra, and Titan. With other Nissan models, some elements of Nissan Safety Shield 360 are standard, while others are optional or unavailable. They include the 2020 Nissan Altima, Armada, Murano, Pathfinder, Rogue, and Versa.
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