January 31, 2006 , Aspen, Colo. -

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The Chrysler Group is making the latest advancements in all-wheel drive and stability systems available on mainstream vehicles. Whether it’s wet-weather driving, an emergency maneuver or driving down the highway, Chrysler Group designs stability and handling capability into all Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep® vehicles.

Chrysler Group all-wheel-drive systems are completely automatic and invisible to the customer — quietly and dependably offering more security over various road conditions. The current list of all-wheel-drive vehicles from the Chrysler Group includes the all-new 2007 Dodge Caliber, Magnum, Durango and Dakota, and the Chrysler 300 and Pacifica.

Technologies such as Electronic Stability Program (ESP), All-speed Traction Control and advanced Anti-lock Brake Systems (ABS) are used to further enhance driving in adverse weather conditions without putting a dent in spirited driving. Chrysler Group makes truly beneficial stability technology accessible to the mainstream market. The Chrysler Group’s ESP — offered on the Chrysler Crossfire and 300; Dodge Charger, Durango and Magnum; and Jeep Commander, Grand Cherokee and Liberty — helps to keep the vehicle on the driver’s intended path.