It would be nice if you could park without running into a pole, especially if you're a new driver. What the Park Assist System does is help the motorist navigate their vehicle without hitting objects.
The system uses three different features to help ensure that the vehicle is unharmed, including Rear Park Assist, Front and Rear Park Assist, and Automatic Park Assist. This is what each feature does:
If you're wondering how it works, you're not alone. The system will do several things when it's in action, including:
If you're navigating through the city streets with a new GMC Yukon, you're probably going to half back out of quite a few spaces. Let the Park Assist System help you! It's very easy to use this system, here's what you need to know:
If you're using your touchscreen, follow these steps:
If you're running around town in the new GMC Acadia and want to use the Automatic Park Assist to parallel park, you're going to need need to have a handle on how the system works. You'll be happy to know that you can refer to the steps above and that you can personalize your alerts. You can tap the 'Alert Type' setting after you touch the Front or Rear Park Assist feature on your touchscreen. The system will allow you the option to select beeps or Safety Alert Seat Pulses!
If you're ready to test drive either the Yukon or the Acadia at our dealership in Holland, MI, stop by! We have amazing financing options available and sales reps on site. We can answer any of your Park Assist Questions.