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The Toyota research and development arm collected crash and accident data from a variety of sources. They used this information to build Toyota Safety Sense and implement it in the most effective way possible. Identifying the underlying causes of crashes was among the company's top priority. Driver fatigue and distraction were at the top of the list of reasons for accidents. This led to Toyota making an automatic braking system standard equipment across its lineup of new vehicles starting with 2017 models.
Toyota and Honda vehicles are locked in a constant battle in almost every automotive class. Honda does have its own suite of safety systems, but their customers could end up having to pay as much as an extra $1,000 to have their vehicles match what Toyota make standard.
Like the rest of the automakers competing with Toyota, Nissan also doesn't make its safety systems universally available on its roster. Furthermore, Nissan only includes its crash avoidance gear on its upper trims. This can cost almost an extra $3,000.
Reseach conducted by Toyota has clearly shown that automatic braking is very important to avoiding crashes. Many of the most popular Chevy vehicles either only offer warnings or include automatic braking on more expensive trims, adding nearly $2,000 to Chevy's price.