August 31, 2005,
Auburn Hills, Mich.
The Dodge Sprinter features an exemplary level of safety innovations and continues to set the benchmark in terms of active and passive safety in the commercial van segment. In 2004, Sprinter became the first North American van and chassis cab in its class to be fitted with an electronic stability program standard on its single rear-wheel models. Other standard features include power steering and brakes, driver and front passenger air bags, headrests, and three-point seatbelts for all seats.
The 2006 Dodge Sprinter models continue to offer superior occupant protection with the following safety and security features. Please refer to the Safety Glossary to the right under "Related Documents" for descriptions of the following features:
- Acceleration Skid Control (ASC)
- Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
- Brake Assist System (BAS)
- Driver and passenger air bags
- Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD)
- Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
- Front crush sensors
- Front stabilizer bar
- Heated windshield with rain sensor
- ParkSense™ rear back-up system
- Three-point lap/shoulder belt
- Unibody construction