Jeep Adds Standard ADAS for 2021 Model Year


AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – Jeep has added several advance driver-assist systems (ADAS) features as standard equipment to several of its model lines for the 2021 model year.

The Jeep Renegade will now come standard with blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic detection, full-speed forward collision warning with active braking and LaneSense lane-departure warning with lane-keep assist systems.

This list is part of the more than 70 standard and available safety, security and ADAS features for the Renegade. The LaneSense and forward-warning systems described above are firsts in this segment.

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Now standard on Compass Trailhawk and Limited models are: adaptive cruise control with stop and go, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic path detection, full forward speed collision warning with active braking (AEB), park sense rear park assist with rear stop, lane sense lane departure warning with lane keep assist, auto high beams and rain-sensing wipers.

Cherokee for 2021 standard safety and security features on all models include blind-spot monitoring and rear cross path detection systems, full-speed forward collision warning with active braking, LaneSense lane departure warning with lane keep assist and rain-sensing wipers.

Jeep Grand Cherokee 80th Anniversary Edition (based on Limited) includes ProTech II Package as standard equipment and features full-speed forward collision warning with active braking, parallel and perpendicular park assist, adaptive cruise control with stop and go, LaneSense lane departure warning with lane keep assist, rain-sensing windshield wipers and advanced brake assist.

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