Cannon Subaru knows that your safety while on the road is important. And that's why we take pride in the advanced safety technology and testing that goes into every Subaru model. When you drive a Subaru, you're driving with the peace of mind in knowing that your safety comes first. Learn about some of the standard safety features on all Subaru models below, and click here to learn more! 

Subaru EyeSight®

Subaru takes a look into the future with EyeSight®. Two cameras are mounted by the rearview mirror to monitor traffic and react to conditions even before you do. Basically, EyeSight® sees the problem and initiates action to help avoid the trouble. EyeSight® will also sound an alert and flash a visual warning if there's danger of a collision and will apply the brakes automatically if you don't. It can also optimize cruise control and warn drivers when they're swaying outside their lane. 

Stability and Control

The balanced design of Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive helps add control through uniform stability. With power being distributed to the wheels with the best traction, it helps you hold true to the path. Front-wheel drive vehicles generally understeer or push in a turn, while rear-wheel drive vehicles can often oversteer in a turn. 

Power and Traction

Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive sends power to all wheels simultaneously for maximum traction and acceleration. In slippery conditions, that power instinctively flows to the wheels with the best traction.

Safety drives Subaru design

Subaru is the only manufacturer with IIHS Top Safety Picks for all models, four years in a row running (2010-2013). We don't shy away from crash tests, because safety is at the forefront of our design.

Protective Systems

A ring-shaped reinforcement frame helps provide high-impact protection for the passenger compartment. An advanced airbag system deploys up to six airbags, with Forester, Outback and Tribeca models also including a rollover sensor. And the engine's low placement is designed to allow it to drive under the chassis in a front-end collision, further protecting the passenger area.

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