All 2015 Buicks Will Come With Standard Rearview Camera
As backup cameras become increasingly important to consumers, General Motors will offer these devices as standard equipment on all 2015 Buick models. Recent studies revealed that rearview cameras are effective in preventing backover crashes. And by the time 2018 rolls around, the U.S. Department of Transportation will require all new vehicles to come with this technology. The vast majority of new cars today already are available with a rearview camera, at least as optional equipment, and Buick has been no exception. Previously, every Buick model except for the LaCrosse sedan came standard with a backup camera. Now, the 2015 Buick lineup will offer a host of optional safety features in addition to the new standard feature. Each 2015 Buick is available with forward collision alert, blind zone alert, lane departure warning, and rear cross traffic alert. New Buicks also come with six months of OnStar Automatic Crash Response, which connects drivers to emergency help right after a crash. Every 2015 Buick—including the Verano, LaCrosse, Enclave, all-wheel-drive Encore, and Regal—earned five stars in crash tests from the government's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Current Buick models also perform well in various crash tests by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Source: General Motors
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