Introduction

The 2015 Dodge Challenger has received a five-star overall safety rating, the best safety rating given by the U.S National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Front and side crash tests, in addition to other safety tests, all gave the 2015 Dodge Challenger the five-star rating. This blog post will go over those excellent elements, from how you will be better protected in an accident to how to safely get through various types of weather.

Accident Prevention & What To Do If an Accident Occurs

The 2015 Dodge Challenger has more than 70 active and passive security and safety features. Crumple zones protect occupants in a crash. Crumple zones are located at the front and rear of the car, and absorb energy from a crash's impact. This energy is then directed away from passengers to cut down on the accident's impact. The Forward Collision Warning has forward-facing sensors that alert the driver, both through noise and visually, of a potential crash. Rear Cross Path detection alerts the operator of moving objects behind the car. Blind-spot monitoring helps the driver identify spaces not visible to the naked eye. 

Hill Navigation & Safety

Go up hills easily with Hill Start Assist. It works by applying brake pressure for some seconds after the driver removes their foot from the brake. Electronic Stability Control (ESC) uses the Anti-lock brake system (ABS), Brake Assist and All-speed traction control if the car "thinks" that the driver is off the intended path. 

Vehicle Entrance & Other Features

Keyless Enter 'n Go with Keyless Entry provides occupants with extra safety when driving out of unsafe areas or if in a hurry. A standard security alarm is included, and so are active head restraints and advanced multistage front airbags. Side-curtain front and backseat airbags and extra front seat-mounted side airbags are standard. For the driver's safety, the car's interior contains a tire pressure monitoring display, so the driver knows when they need to add more air to their tires. Standard speed control. Rain Sensitive Windshield Wipers standard on the Challenger SRT Hellcat. 

Conclusions

The Dodge Challenger looks like a car from the 1970's, but due to the modern technology it is perfect for people who want a mix of both the past and the present to drive around in; style is certainly not compromised by the amount of safety features. No wonder the 2015 Dodge Challenger got the five-star overall safety rating from NHTSA--it has too many safety and security elements to be ignored.

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