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Does the 2019 Toyota Camry have Toyota Safety Sense?

2019 Toyota Camry Safety Systems

When it comes to safety and security, especially in terms of technology systems, no automaker does it quite Toyota! They’re always at the forefront of amazing innovation, and this is demonstrated in the new 2019 Toyota Camry! This amazing vehicle is packed full of great safety features, many of which are found in safety packages! Continue reading to learn more!

2019 Toyota Camry Passive Safety Technologies

When it comes to great safety in your vehicle, one of the most important safety aspects of a vehicle is its passive safety foundation! This is made up of features that you don’t need to directly interact with, working without your involvement! This includes the body of the new 2019 Toyota Camry, for instance, which is designed to help reduce the kinetic energy of an impact.

Additionally, the 2019 Toyota Camry also features an advanced airbag system, which places airbags in strategic locations throughout the interior. This works with the body of the Toyota Camry to deliver the best possible passive safety in the event of an accident.

2019 Toyota Camry steering wheel
2019 Toyota Camry dash and wheel

2019 Toyota Camry Active Safety Features

Building off the excellent passive safety features that are listed above, the 2019 Toyota Camry also features a ton of awesome active safety systems! Many of these systems fall into the Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P) package, which is packed full of alerts and driver’s assistance features. Some features included in this system include a Lane Departure Alert and a Steering Assist!

Additionally, the new 2019 Toyota Camry all features a rearview camera system, which allows you to keep track of what’s behind you as you reverse or park!

So, if you’re looking for a vehicle that’s guaranteed to deliver exceptional safety and security, look no further than the 2019 Toyota Camry! Contact us at Lexington Toyota today to learn more about this great vehicle!

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