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Safest New and Used Cars For Teenage Drivers in 2016

Safest New and Used Cars For Teenage Drivers in 2016
Secondly, plain physics is telling us that larger and heavier vehicles are safer. They are also more expensive, obviously, and car safety has evolved tenfold for smaller cars, but a head-on impact between a sub-compact and a mid-size sedan will still …
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Here are the 48 safest new vehicles you can find

Here are the 48 safest new vehicles you can find
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) announced the winners of its Top Safety Pick+ award with 48 vehicles qualifying for the honor. To qualify for this safety recognition, 2016 vehicles must get “Good” ratings in a series of IIHS crash …
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Highway safety organization reveals its top picks for safest vehicles in 2014

Highway safety organization reveals its top picks for safest vehicles in 2014
The U.S.-based Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has revealed its 2014 list of the safest vehicles on the market, with a total of 22 vehicles receiving a top safety pick designation. Based on crash-test performance, a total of 39 vehicles met the …
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Crash test ranks Murano as safest midsize SUV 2008

Crash test ranks Murano as safest midsize SUV Stability control standard on Nissan; Hummer’s H3 finishes near bottom DETROIT – The 2009 Nissan Murano was the best performer in new crash tests of midsize sport utility vehicles, while the Hummer H3 had one of the poorest showings, according to results released Tuesday by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The institute, which is funded by the insurance industry, said the redesigned Murano was the only vehicle among the nine tested to get the highest rating in front, side and rear crash tests. It praised Nissan Motor Co. for making electronic stability control standard on the 2009 Murano. The system, which helps prevent swerving, was an option on previous models. “You don’t know what kind of crash you’re going to get into, so you want a vehicle that affords the best protection in the most common kinds of crashes,” Joe Nolan, the institute’s senior vice president, said in a statement
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