Kia Niro: Driving your vehicle / Blind spot detection system

Kia Niro (DE HEV) Owners Manual / Driving your vehicle / Blind spot detection system

The Blind spot detection system uses a radar sensor to alert the driver while driving.

It senses the rear side territory of the vehicle and provides information to the driver.

➀ Blind spot detection

Warning range is dependent on your vehicle speed. However, if the speed of your vehicle is faster by 10km/h or more than other nearby vehicles, the warning is not operated.

➁ Lane change assist

When vehicles are approaching to your vehicle at high speed, the warning is operated.

➂ Rear cross traffic alert

When your vehicle moves backward, the sensor detects approaching vehicles to the left or right side direction and warning is operated.

WARNING

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Blind spot detection / Lane change assist
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