Camp Jeep in the Poconos, Grand Cherokee Safety Rating

Date 2005/3/2 0:00:00 | Topic: Miscellaneous

One of our readers shows us the way to the Camp Jeep 2005 while the Grand Cherokee earns the government's highest safety rating for frontal- and side-impact crash protection.
Camp Jeep is going to happen after all - it is taking place August 12-14 in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. Registration opens March 21, 2005.

How did we find this out? We'd like to say it was our in-depth sluthing, but it wasn't. It was actually from one of our readers who posted this link in our Reader Reactions section of a recent article.  Thanks - you guys keep us on our toes.

Grand Cherokee Earns Government's Highest Safety Rating

(from a DaimlerChrysler press release)

The 2005 Jeep® Grand Cherokee has received the government’s highest ratings for frontal and side-impact crash protection in testing by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).  The Five-Star rating for frontal crash protection for the Jeep Grand Cherokee makes it the ninth consecutive new product from Chrysler Group to achieve the top safety rating in the governmental frontal crash tests.

"The hallmark of Jeep is capability and that applies to the safety and security of our customers," said Craig Love, Chrysler Group Vice President - Rear Wheel Drive Product Team.  "We applied the latest safety technologies to the Jeep Grand Cherokee to ensure that it remains a safe and secure ride, even in the case of a crash. The entire Jeep team deserves to be commended for achieving all of these goals.  Yet, the real winners are Jeep Grand Cherokee customers."

The 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee is equipped with the latest safety technology, including advanced multistage air bags with an Occupant Classification System (OCS) for the front passenger occupant, available Electronic Stability Program (ESP), available side curtain air bags, tire pressure monitoring system, and all-new SmartBeam® headlamps.

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