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What does ERM stand for?

ERM stands for Electronic Roll Mitigation (vehicles)

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Standard safety features include electronic roll mitigation, four- wheel anti-lock ABS, four-wheel brake traction control system, remote keyless entry and seat-belt pretensioners.
It features LED tail lamps, a premium interior with soft-touch surfaces, four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, electronic stability control with traction control and electronic roll mitigation, advanced multi-stage driver and front passenger air bags, side-curtain and front seat-mounted side airbags, laminated front windshield and front-row side glass, power locks, power mirrors, air conditioning, remote keyless entry, premium cloth seats, speed control, tilt/telescoping steering wheel with integrated audio and speed controls, an outside temperature display in the gauge cluster, a CD with four speakers, 60/40 rear seats with boot pass through, a fold flat front passenger seat and a five-year, 100,000-mile power-train warranty.
In all-wheel-drive models, electronic systems such as hill-descent control, electronic roll mitigation and electronic stability control help keep the car stable and in check, while hill start assist on the manual models makes for pulling away on steep gradients on both off and on-road situations, a simple, safe procedure.
With more than 45 different safety and security systems working in harmony -- including electronic stability control (ESC), electronic roll mitigation, active head restraints, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning and a blind-spot/rear cross-path detection system -- our new Jeep Grand Cherokee will allow customers to benefit from a new level of protection, on- and off-road," he added.
Safety features high on the list and the Journey delivers with an electronic stability programme, electronic roll mitigation, three-row sidecurtain air bags, multi-stage river and front passenger air bags, all speed traction control, child seat anchor system, brake assist and ABS.
0-litre diesel engine mated to a six-speed manual gearbox and came with a host of standard features including All-speed Traction Control, Electronic Roll Mitigation and the very useful Hill Start Assist, which stops the car rolling back while you transfer your foot from the foot brake to the clutch on hills - a boon to learner drivers.
Standard equipment includes an Electronic Stability Programme, Electronic Roll Mitigation, All-speed Traction Control, Brake Assist, Advanced Anti-lock Brakes and Side-curtain Air Bags.