At Stateline Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Fiat, we love helping you find the best cars for the best deals, but we also care about your safety. A recent report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) says “rearview cameras, soon to be standard on all new vehicles, can be expected to prevent nearly 1 in 6 police-reported backing crashes.” In light of this, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep®, and RAM (CDJR) models are already ahead of the pack, including the latest in-vehicle camera technology to help you maintain awareness of your surroundings and stay safe on the roads.* Take a look at some of the latest vehicle camera innovations from Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram:

ParkView® Rear Back-Up Camera (pictured above)

As mentioned above, a rearview camera is not only vital, it’s soon to be a requirement in all vehicles. Luckily, the Parkview rear back up camera in CDJR models is top of the line. Simply shift the vehicle into reverse, and the screen automatically displays the rearview video. Not only does it provide crystal clear, full-color video displayed on an in-dash, high-definition LCD screen, some models also feature colorful animated guidelines to help you properly angle your reverse as seen below.

360° Surround View Camera

Parallel parking no longer has to be intimidating with the available 360° Surround View Camera. When activated, the vehicle uses combined video from multiple external cameras to create a top-down birds-eye-view, making navigating obstacles and parking in the city a breeze.

Not only do CDJR models offer cutting-edge camera technology, but they also offer an array of high tech active and passive safety features. Just like the cameras mentioned above, you really have to see them all to appreciate how far car safety has come over the years. We have many new models, all with a wide range of available features, so visit our showroom or contact us to schedule a test drive and experience it for yourself. Stay safe out there!

Not all features available in all models/trim levels. See dealer for details.

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