What is Honda Sensing®?

Honda Sensing® is our exclusive intelligent suite of safety and driver-assistive technologies designed to alert you to things you might miss while driving.

Collision Mitigation Braking System™ (CMBS™)

Applies brake pressure when an unavoidable collision is determined.*

Road Departure Mitigation System (RDM)

Adjusts steering if you cross detected lanes without signaling.*

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)

Maintains a set following interval behind detected vehicles.*

Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS)

Adjusts steering to help you keep centered in a detected lane.*

Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR)

Can notify drivers of posted speed limits with the use of a small camera.*

More Driver-Assistive Technology

Learn about a few additional Honda Sensing® features designed to help you be a better driver.

Blind Spot Information System

When your turn signal is on and a vehicle is detected in an adjacent lane, the indicator blinks and a beep sounds until the area is clear or the turn signal is off. *

Available on select models.

Cross Traffic Monitor

When in reverse with the multi-angle rearview camera in any viewing mode, the driver is alerted to a detected vehicle approaching from the side with a series of beeps and indicators shown on the camera’s display.*

Available on select models.

Auto High-Beam Headlights

When you are driving at night above 25 mph (40 km/h) and the headlight lever is in the low-beam position with the switch rotated to AUTO, the system intuitively changes between low and high beams depending on surrounding conditions.

Available on select models.
Honda Sensing Cross Traffic Monitor alerts Prologue backing out a parking space while another vehicle behind

Honda Sensing® comes standard on
the 2024 Honda Prologue.

Honda Sensing® Lineup

Honda Sensing® features are standard on all Honda vehicles. Learn more below.

2024 Passport

Standard on all trims.

2024 Civic Sedan

Standard on all trims.

2024 Civic Hatchback

Standard on all trims.

Safety for Everyone

We know that the people who matter to you could be drivers or passengers in one of our own cars, occupants of another vehicle or even pedestrians. That’s why we study real-world situations to develop new safety technologies for everyone.