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The 2006 Jeep Commander Earns Top Government Safety Rating From NHTSA

April 04, 2006

AUBURN HILLS, MI – The 2006 Jeep Commander has received the government’s highest rating for frontal-impact crash protection from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The Jeep Commander’s five-star rating for frontal crash protection makes it the eleventh new product from Chrysler Group to achieve the top safety rating in the governmental frontal crash tests.The new 2006 Jeep Commander includes standard side-curtain airbags with a roll detection system that deploys airbags in certain rollover and side-impact situations. Other standard systems on the Jeep Commander include: electronic stability program, electronic roll mitigation, brake assist, anti-lock brakes, and 4-wheel brake traction control system.The 2006 Jeep Commander is built at Chrysler Group’s Jefferson North Assembly Plant in Detroit on the same production line as the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
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