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Chrysler agrees to federal request to recall 2.7 million Jeeps

Automaker giant Chrysler Group announced on June 18 that they will comply with the government’s request to recall 2.7 million affected Jeeps.

Chrysler made a statement saying that it is going to provide inspections and upgrades to the back of the affected vehicles to improve its performance in low-speed crash impacts. Affected models that Chrysler said they will recall include Grand Cherokees and Libertys.

As a result of this statement, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration stated that it was satisfied to know that Chrysler will act to protect its clients and the public in general.

According to the Center for Auto Safety, it will cost the auto manufacturer around $300 million to install the necessary parts that will address the problem.

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