DETROIT – General Motors Corp., long a proponent of antilock brake systems as a safety feature, is considering scaling back the availability of the technology, sources say. Since the early 1990s, the No.1 auto maker has included ABS as standard equipment on most models. But in an attempt to keep vehicle prices down, GM is considering making ABS optional on several models. A GM spokesman confirms, “There is a plan afoot, but no decision has been made.” Suppliers say ABS is one of several ...
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