Honda Lane Keeping Assist System

Lane Keeping Assist System Information from Germain Honda of Ann Arbor

What is Honda’s Lane Keeping Assist System?

Honda’s Lane Keeping Assist System is a part of the new Honda Sensing technology. The LKAS can reduce driver fatigue by helping to keep you in the middle of your lane. If you begin to leave the center of a detected lane without signaling, the steering adjusts to keep you centered.

The Lane Keeping Assist System is very similar to the Lane Departure Warning feature, in a sense that they both are there to help prevent your vehicle from unintentionally entering another lane.

How much does the Lane Keeping Assist System cost?

The system is a standard feature if your vehicle is equipped with Honda Sensing. However, if your vehicle does not come with Honda Sensing, you can expect to pay $1,500 to $2,000 to upgrade to the Honda Sensing package. The Honda Sensing package comes standard with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Lane Departure Warning (LDW), Road Departure Mitigation (RDM), Forward Collision Warning (FCW), and Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS).

How do I use The Lane Keeping Assist System?

To use the Lane Keeping Assist feature is simple. All you have to do is drive. The Lane Keeping Assist System will adjust your steering wheel to keep you in the detected lane if you’re drifting outside your current lane without signaling.

Which Honda vehicles have the Lane Keeping Assist System?

Every new Honda vehicle has the option to be equipped with Lane Keeping Assist System and Honda Sensing. Feel free to browse our inventory below to find a vehicle with the Lane Keeping Assist System that you like.