AUBURN HILLS – Chrysler Group plans to provide its Electronic Stability Program (ESP) as standard equipment on all of its SUVs. Included are the Jeep Wrangler, Grand Cherokee and the upcoming Commander, as well as the Dodge Durango, as early as 2005, with full implementation by the end of 2006. Jeep Grand Cherokee The auto maker says it expects to have the anti-rollover system installed in more than 750,000 SUVs during its first year of implementation. Wilfried Achenbach, ...
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