MERCEDES-BENZ E350 2017 - Safety Features


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MERCEDES-BENZ E350 2017 - Safety Features
Safety Features
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Forward Collision Warning
Auto Emergency Braking

Foward Collison Warning is a vehicle safety technology has the potential to prevent a crash or reduce the impact speed of a crash. Foward Collison Warning alerts the driver to an imminent crash so they can begin to take preventative action



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Higher Speed AEB
Auto Emergency Braking

Higher speed Auto Emergency Braking is a vehicle safety technology has the potential to prevent a crash or reduce the impact speed of a crash. This version typically utilises long range radar to scan further ahead of the vehicle (up to 200 metres) at higher speeds.



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Low Speed Auto Emergency Braking
Auto Emergency Braking

Low speed Auto Emergency Braking is a vehicle safety technology has the potential to prevent a crash or reduce the impact speed of a crash. This version targets city driving where crashes often occur at low speeds but can cause debilitating injury such as whiplash injuries. Typically, these systems look for the reflectivity of other vehicles and are not as sensitive to pedestrians or roadside objects.



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Pedestrian Auto Emergency Braking
Auto Emergency Braking

Pedestrian Auto Emergency Braking is a vehicle safety technology has the potential to prevent a crash or reduce the impact speed of a crash. This uses a camera combined with radar to detect vulnerable road users through their shape and characteristics. The way in which pedestrians move relative to the path of the vehicle is calculated to determine whether they are in danger of being struck.



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Electronic Stability Control
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Electronic Stability Control (ESC) helps drivers to avoid crashes by reducing the danger of skidding, or losing control as a result of over-steering. Australian research shows that ESC reduces the risk of Single car crashes by 25% find out more ...



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Driver Attention Detection
Driver attention detection

Driver attention detection systems are designed to analyse the characteristics of the driver and identify signs of inattention or drowsiness.



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Front Side Curtain Airbags
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Curtain airbags are designed to protect the driver's and front seat passenger's heads in a side impact crash.The curtain airbag activates instantaneously, deploying from the top of the door rails above the side window. They form a cushion between the driver or passenger and the window and stay in place if the car rolls over to protect their head.



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Rear Side Curtain Airbags
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Curtain airbags are designed to protect the driver's and passenger's heads in a crash. The curtain airbag activates instantaneously, deploying from the top of the door rails above the side window. They form a cushion between the driver or passenger and the window and stay in place if the car rolls over to protect their head.



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Active Cruise Control
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Also known as Adaptive Cruise Control, Active Cruise Control detects the distance and speed of the preceding vehicle and maintains an appropriate following distance.



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Warning - Driver Fatigue
Driver attention detection

Driver attention detection systems are designed to analyse the characteristics of the driver and identify signs of inattention or drowsiness.



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Car Safety feature - Traction Control
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Traction Control systems optimise grip and stability of the car on the road during acceleration by measuring wheel rotation. It stops wheel spin by reducing engine power or temporarily applying the brakes to that wheel, allowing the car to accelerate smoothly, even on slippery surfaces. Limited slip differentials also help provide a more even distribution of traction forces when the car is on a slippery surface.



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Adjustable Steering Column
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Adjustable steering columns allows for steering wheel heights to be adjusted to the driver’s preference.



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Daytime Running Lights
Driving Lights
Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) are headlights that are illuminated during the day in order to make vehicles more visible and thus reduce their involvement in crashes. It is possible to fit vehicles with a device that will automatically activate DRLS when the ignition is switched on but is overridden by full strength headlights.

DRLS have been found to increase driver’s peripheral perception of vehicles. It is also easier for drivers to estimate the distance to vehicles with DRLs.


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Front Airbags Driver
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Drivers’ airbags or frontal airbags typically deploy from the steering wheel to protect the driver from striking other parts of the car in a frontal crash. Drivers’ airbags are designed to be used in conjunction with seatbelts and do not offer protection in the event of a side impact crash.



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Seatbelt Pretensioner Driver
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Pretensioners tighten and reduce slack in seat belts to protect occupants from rapidly moving forward in the event of a crash.



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Seatbelt Pretensioner Passenger
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Pretensioners tighten and reduce slack in seatbelts to protect occupants from rapidly moving forward in the event of a crash.



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