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Old 11th June 2018, 13:37   #16
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Default Re: Active Rollover Protection (ARP) : What is it?

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I believe the 1st generation of XUV500 did have this feature. Its referred to as ROM (roll over mitigation) in the user manual.
Thanks. Wasn't aware of this.
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Roll Stability Control
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This was mentioned in my user manual of Ford 3.2 Titanium. Hope this is present in Indian model and this feature is not skipped by Ford India. Is this a type of ARP?
Yes, this is a type of ARP system. But there lately seem to be many differences between what is mentioned in the owners' manual and what is provided in the actual Endeavour 3.2 Titanium, and I wouldn't take Ford's word for it.
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Old 11th June 2018, 15:45   #17
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Default Re: Active Rollover Protection (ARP) : What is it?

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Roll Stability Control
The system enhances your vehicle’s ability
to prevent rollovers by detecting your
vehicle’s roll motion and the rate at which
it changes by applying the brakes to one
or more wheels individually.

This was mentioned in my user manual of Ford 3.2 Titanium. Hope this is present in Indian model and this feature is not skipped by Ford India. Is this a type of ARP?
This snapshot i took from my car' ford etis database and it shows RSC is available in my car. So, we can be assured on this part.
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