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'07 Sprinter Van Features Adaptive ESP Stability System

February 22, 2007

TORONTO --- The 2007 Dodge Sprinter features more than 25 safety and security features, including the new Adaptive ESP electronic stability system. This standard safety system takes into account the vehicle payload, further reducing the risk of vehicle skidding and loss of control.All 2007 Dodge Sprinter cargo vans use a Cargo Protection load-securing and lashing rail system that allows straps to be attached at multiple locations for better cargo and passenger protection. The unibody construction reduces curb weight and maximizes payload, Dodge said.An available ParkSense system uses ultrasonic sensors in front and rear bumpers to assist the driver when maneuvering and parking.
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