Chrysler recently refused a government request to recall 2.7 million of its SUVs that allegedly have a gas tank design defect.
The design defect was found in the Jeep Grand Cherokee 1993-2004 and Jeep Liberty 2002-2007 models. National Highway Traffic Safety Administrator David Strickland said in a statement that they are currently investigating Chrysler, that the automaker should initiate a recall, and that Chrysler should inform all affected owners of the defect.
However, Chrysler insisted that the gas tank design located behind the rear end axle of their SUVs is a standard design.
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