More than 94% of the vehicles in the range of 2013 Honda will have rear-view cameras, as well as 100% of Honda’s truck range (Crosstour, CR-V, Odyssey, Pilot, Ridgeline) and the Honda CR-Z, Accord and Crosstour. The cameras come as standard equipment.

Screen Display of Car Rear-View Camera

Screen Display of Car Rear-View Camera

Vicki Poponi, Assistant Vice President of product planning American Honda told :

At Honda, we believe this system visibility will be of great importance to many families and we are implementing in most of our vehicles even before it becomes mandatory. Besides the implementation of technology rear-view cameras, Honda is also introducing several other features to improve safety and driver visibility in the 2013 model range.

2013 Honda cars will encounter a series of improvements. Rear-view cameras are adopted by Honda keeping in mind, better driver visibility and security. 2013 cars of Honda Accord and Honda Crosstour will witness Security Technologies, New Collision Warning Systems and Lane Departure Front. These systems utilize a camera mounted behind the windshield to warn drivers of a possible collision or if the car is about to leave your lane.

Rear-View Camera in Honda Accord

Rear-View Camera in Honda Accord

Other Honda technologies to improve driver visibility include expanded view mirror, which is standard on the Honda CR-V, 2012, and the Honda exclusive LaneWatchTM system, which lets you see the blind spot. LaneWatch uses a camera mounted on the passenger mirror to provide an improved view of that side of the road. This unique technology will be incorporated in the Accord of 2013, followed by the 2013 Crosstour.


Honda Cars and Security

The current range of Honda cars and trucks has earned some of the highest ratings in U.S. government tests and external companies. Four models, including the only minivan range have obtained the maximum total score of 5 on the U.S. government’s NCAP program. Nine Honda models for sale now have obtained highest security classification of the existing Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) in the United States to overcome their strict guidelines established in 2010.