Does Honda have blind spot monitoring in the CR-V?

If I buy a Honda CR-V, will it have blind spot monitoring? I get so nervous about hitting someone or something by accident, so it would make me feel a lot better to know that the car I’m getting will warn me!

Liz Jenson · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Yes, the
Honda CR-V
does have blind spot monitoring. The system is automatically triggered when you put your car into reverse or turn on your turn signal, at which point it will use a camera to show you your blind spot on the screen of the display.
In some CR-V models, you can enable an auditory warning when someone or something is in your blind spot. This isn’t available in all CR-Vs, however, so talk to your dealer if you’d want this feature.
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