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VIDEO: The Top 10 Best & Worst IIHS Crash Test Results

Crash tests. Hopefully you’ll never have to test it on your own, but if you’ve ever wondered how your vehicle stands up to impacts, or rather how well it’s going to protect you in a crash, have a look at the Top 10 Best (below) and Worst (above) performing vehicles compiled by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS)…

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Looks like Volvo is still on the right track (pun intended) when it comes to occupant safety, while those with older model Hyundai’s like the Sonata, Elantra and Accent might want to consider getting something a bit safer. In all the tests, the thing to keep an eye on is the occupant-cell. This is where it’s make or break insofar as passenger safety is concerned…

Surprisingly, the Toyota Previa / Estima (above) did poorly too, which is not a good thing seeing as how this is still one of the most popular MPVs in the used-car market…

 

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