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Vehicles with front crash prevention are less likely to to rear-end other vehicles.
A major expansion of the IIHS testing facility will allow for year-round crash avoidance evaluations.
Only three vehicles earn good ratings for their child seat attachment hardware.
Vehicles that provide good protection for drivers in small overlap crashes don’t always offer the same protection to front-seat passengers, a new IIHS study shows.
The midsize luxury SUV has a superior-rated front crash prevention system and qualifies for the Institute's highest award.
The Mazda CX-3, a new small SUV, earns the highest award from IIHS, thanks to good crashworthiness across the board and an optional front crash prevention system with a superior rating.
A modified front-end structure and a new optional automatic braking system help the 2017 Ford Fusion qualify for a Top Safety Pick+ award.
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