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Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) Body Structure
The Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body structure is a Honda exclusive body design that enhances occupant protection and crash compatibility in frontal collisions. The ACE design utilizes a network of connected structural elements to distribute crash energy more evenly throughout the front of the vehicle. This frontal crash energy management helps to reduce the forces transferred to the passenger compartment and can help to more evenly disperse the forces transferred to other vehicles in a crash.
Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)
All Accord Crosstour models feature 4-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock braking (ABS). Using a special modulator, ABS pulses the brakes to help prevent wheel lockup to help the driver retain steering control during hard braking. In addition, the braking system features Brake Assist to help the driver bring the vehicle to a stop sooner when the system senses the need for emergency braking. Also standard is Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD), helping braking performance by distributing brake force among the four wheels, based on how much load each wheel is bearing.
Driver's and Front Passenger's Active Head Restraints
In a sufficient rear-end impact, the active head restraints move forward and up, helping reduce the likelihood of neck injury.
Dual-Stage, Multiple-Threshold Front Airbags (SRS)
The vehicle is equipped with dual-stage, multiple-threshold front airbags (SRS). One or both of these airbags will be deployed only in the event of a sufficient frontal impact. If deployed, these airbags are capable of being inflated at different rates depending on crash severity, seat-belt usage and other factors. Frontal airbags are designed to supplement the seat belts to help reduce the likelihood of head and upper body injuries in frontal crashes.

*Airbags inflated for display purposes.
Front Side Airbags with Passenger-Side Occupant Position Detection System (OPDS)
In the event of a moderate-to-severe side impact, the side airbag inflates to help protect the driver's or front passenger's upper body. The Occupant Position Detection System (OPDS) utilizes sensors in the front passenger's seatback to detect the height and seating position of the occupant. If a child or small-statured adult is leaning into the deployment path of the side airbag, sensors deactivate it.

*Airbags inflated for display purposes.
Outboard Rear Seat Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren (LATCH)
The outboard rear seats feature the LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) mounting system for use with compatible child seats.
Side Curtain Airbags with Rollover Sensor
In addition to the protection side curtain airbags offer front and outboard rear-seat occupants in the event of a sufficient side impact, they are also fitted with a rollover sensor to help provide protection in a rollover. Most side curtain airbags in this class are designed to provide side-impact protection, but rarely do they also provide protection in the event of a rollover.

*Airbags inflated for display purposes.
Side-Impact Door Beams
The dual side-impact door beams help provide protection in a side impact.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
This system monitors the pressure in all four tires and alerts the driver when pressure loss in any tire becomes significantly low[1].

[1] For optimal tire wear and performance, tire pressure should be checked regularly with a gauge. Do not rely solely on the monitor system. Please see your Honda dealer for details.
Unit-Body Construction
The highly rigid unit body helps the Accord Crosstour achieve its exceptional structural rigidity and crash protection. A high percentage of high-tensile steel helps it to better absorb impact forces from the front, sides and rear, as well as the roof in the event of a rollover.
Vehicle Stability Assist™ (VSA®) with Traction Control
Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA)[1] is standard on all Accord Crosstour models. During an oversteer or understeer condition, it can brake individual wheels and/or reduce engine power to help restore your intended course.

[1] VSA is not a substitute for safe driving. It cannot correct the vehicle's course in every situation or compensate for reckless driving. Control of the vehicle always remains with the driver.