GM makes ESC standard on SUVs

Nov. 17, 2004
Citing recent studies by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), General Motors has decided to make ESC a standard feature on light-duty full-size SUVs beginning immediately and on midsize SUVs next year.

Citing recent studies by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTS and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety(IIHS), General Motors has decided to make ESC a standard feature on light-duty full-size SUVs beginning immediately and on midsize SUVs next year. Both studies indicated that ESC deployment could result in a significant safety benefit. The automaker estimates that it’s installed ESC in approximately two million vehicles since 1997.

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