BAUDETTE, MN – Stability control – perhaps the most beneficial automotive safety innovation of the past decade – now will be available to the largest single market segment since its inception, as General Motors Corp. announces here that it will offer its StabiliTrak stability control system for most of its ’03 fullsize SUVs. Terry Woychowski, chief engineer for GM's fullsize trucks, says all ’03 1500-series Chevrolet Suburbans, Tahoes and Avalanches, as well as GMC Yukon, Yukon XL, Yukon ...

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