Chrysler Group rejects corrective action by NHTSA for Jeep

Chrysler Group wants to run corrective action vehicle brand Jeep, which requires NHTSA, but does not prevent the continuation of the investigation.

Chrysler Group rejects corrective action by NHTSA for Jeep

U.S. Agency for Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the car mostly on solving problems together and agree on corrective action cars, which examined issues concerned.

Now the situation is somewhat different.NHTSA recently issued a recommendation on corrective action roughly 2.7 million vehicle brand Jeep , including model Grand Cherokee from the years 1993-2004 and Liberty from 2002 to 2007. This is because the fuel tank, from which it can reportedly under certain circumstances leak.

According to NHTSA may, for example during an accident at a severe impact to the back of the aforementioned vehicle brand Jeep occur to ignite the fuel. Chrysler Group , under whose wings Jeep include, but are opposed to the whole problem and issued a separate opinion.

According to him, Chrysler Group around the problem cooperating with NHTSA since September 2010, and the agency share important data, but disagrees with its conclusions. Chrysler considers investigated vehicle undamaged and safe.

Sergio Marchionne, Chairman and CEO of Chrysler Group, said that the leadership automaker believes that NHTSA initial conclusions are based on an incomplete analysis of the underlying material and the company is ready to continue cooperation with the agency to resolve the problem.

Author: AL
Source: Autolatest

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