Holden Announces Electronic Stability Control

Holden announced today that electronic stability control would be included as standard equipment on it’s new range of VE Commodores, Statesman, Caprice and Captiva models due out later this year.

Electronic stability control helps drivers maintain control of their vehicles and prevent crashes by immediately identifying when the vehicle skids, swerves suddenly or when road conditions change. The vehicle is then automatically stabilised through applying brake pressure or modifying engine power.

Holden Announces Electronic Stability Control

2 thoughts on “Holden Announces Electronic Stability Control

  1. Thanks for that info Terry – I must say I’m a big fan of Hyundai’s traction control system that’s fitted to our Grandeur so it will be interesting to see what extra stability ESC can bring to the driving experience.

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