During extreme steering maneuvers, the Electronic Stability Control
(ESC) system helps maintain control by sensing when the vehicle is starting to over- or understeer. The system automatically applies individual brakes or controls the throttle to help you stay safely on course.
Electronic Roll Mitigation (ERM) uses innovative motion sensors that determine when a rollover may occur and applies braking force to the correct wheel or wheels to reduce the likelihood of such an accident.
Other accident avoidance features include:
- All-Speed Traction Control with special calibrations for driving in 4WD 4LO. Applies the brakes more aggressively and for longer duration than traction control.
- Antilock Brake System (ABS) with a unique rough road detection system
- Brake assist system, which applies maximum braking power during panic braking
- Multiple available four-wheel drive systems
When you don't want the extra hand, Electronic Stability Control<SUP class="dyna_disc en_always_drive_carefully" title=en_always_drive_carefully style="DISPLAY: inline" jQuery1277482268248="6"></SUP> (ESC) is specially tuned for performance handling so you can switch it off. In addition, All-Speed Traction Control works in tandem with the ESC. It has a special set of calibrations specifically for driving in 4WD 4LO. To help crawl over obstacles and during heavy articulation activity, it applies the brakes more aggressively and for longer duration than traction control