TOKYO – Like automakers in other markets, Japanese vehicle manufacturers continue a steady ramp-up of safety-related content on models throughout their lineups. And, if the recent Ceatec Japan 2013 exhibition here is any indication, more is on the way. From entry-level hatchbacks to luxury sedans, most vehicles sold here now are equipped with stability and traction controls, antilock braking and electronic brake-force distribution and brake-assist systems. The trend mirrors the ...

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