Current modelsSmall cars

Vehicle Name
Small overlap front: driver-side
Small overlap front: passenger-side
Moderate overlap front
Side
Roof
Head restraints & seats
Front crash prevention
Headlights
LATCH ease of use
Top Safety Pick +Honda Insight4-door sedan | 2019 models
Superior
Standard system
+
Top Safety Pick +Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid4-door SUV | 2019 models
Superior
Standard system
+
Top Safety Pick +Subaru Crosstrek4-door wagon | 2019 models
Superior
Optional system
+
Top Safety Pick +Subaru Impreza4-door sedan | 2019 models
Superior
Optional system
+
Top Safety Pick +Subaru Impreza4-door wagon | 2019 models
Superior
Optional system
+
Top Safety Pick +Kia Niro Plug-In Hybrid4-door wagon | 2019 models
Superior
Standard system
Top Safety Pick +Hyundai Elantra4-door sedan | 2019 modelsbuilt after September 2018
Superior
Optional system
Top Safety Pick +Kia Niro hybrid4-door wagon | 2019 models
Superior
Optional system
Top Safety Pick +Kia Soul4-door wagon | 2020 models
Superior
Optional system
Top Safety Pick +Subaru WRX4-door sedan | 2019 models
Superior
Optional system
Top Safety Pick +Kia Forte4-door sedan | 2019 models
Superior
Standard system
Top Safety PickMazda 34-door hatchback | 2019 models
Superior
Standard system
+
Top Safety PickToyota Corolla4-door hatchback | 2019 models
Superior
Standard system
+
Top Safety PickMazda 34-door sedan | 2019 models
Superior
Optional system
+
Top Safety PickHyundai Elantra GT4-door hatchback | 2019 models
Superior
Optional system
Top Safety PickHyundai Ioniq Hybrid4-door hatchback | 2019 models
Superior
Optional system
Top Safety PickHyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid4-door hatchback | 2019 modelsbuilt after July 2018
Superior
Optional system
Top Safety PickToyota Corolla4-door sedan | 2020 models
Superior
Standard system
Not rated
Top Safety PickHyundai Veloster2-door hatchback | 2019 modelsbuilt after August 2018
Superior
Standard system
Top Safety PickToyota Prius4-door hatchback | 2019 models
Superior
Standard system
+
Top Safety PickToyota Prius Prime4-door hatchback | 2019 models
Superior
Standard system
Top Safety PickVolkswagen GTI4-door hatchback | 2019 models
Superior
Optional system
Top Safety PickNissan Kicks4-door hatchback | 2019 models
Superior
Standard system
Honda Civic2-door coupe | 2019 models
Superior
Standard system
Honda Civic4-door sedan | 2019 models
Superior
Standard system
Volkswagen Golf Alltrack4-door wagon | 2019 models
Superior
Standard system
Volkswagen Golf SportWagen4-door wagon | 2019 models
Superior
Optional system
Volkswagen Golf4-door hatchback | 2019 models
Superior
Standard system
Chevrolet Volt4-door hatchback | 2019 models
Not tested
Superior
Optional system
Advanced
Optional system
Acura ILX4-door sedan | 2019 models
Not tested
Superior
Standard system
Honda Civic4-door hatchback | 2019 models
Not tested
Superior
Optional system
Chevrolet Bolt4-door hatchback | 2019 models
Not tested
Superior
Optional system
Nissan Sentra4-door sedan | 2019 models
Not tested
Superior
Optional system
Mini Countryman4-door hatchback | 2019 models
Not tested
Advanced
Optional system
BMW i34-door hatchback | 2019 models
Not tested
Advanced
Optional system
not
tested
Chevrolet Sonic4-door sedan | 2019 modelsAll ratings except LATCH ease of use apply to both the Sonic 4-door sedan and the Sonic 4-door hatchback.
Not tested
Basic
Optional system
not
tested
Toyota 862-door hatchback | 2019 models
Not tested
Not available
not
tested
Subaru BRZ2-door hatchback | 2019 models
Not tested
Not available
not
tested
Not rated
Volkswagen Beetle2-door hatchback | 2019 models
Not tested
Not available
not
tested
Not rated
Nissan Leaf4-door hatchback | 2019 models
Not tested
Not tested
Not tested
not
tested
not
tested
Nissan Leaf Plus4-door hatchback | 2019 models
Not tested
Not tested
Not tested
not
tested
not
tested
Chevrolet Cruze4-door sedan | 2019 models
Not tested
Not tested
Not tested
Not tested
Basic
Optional system
not
tested

Key

  • G
    Good
  • A
    Acceptable
  • M
    Marginal
  • P
    Poor
  • Superior
  • Advanced
  • Basic

Some ratings use a scale of Poor to Good. Others range from Basic to Superior.

About the awards and ratings

  • To qualify for 2019 TOP SAFETY PICK, a vehicle must earn good ratings in the driver-side small overlap front, moderate overlap front, side, roof strength and head restraint tests, as well as an acceptable or good rating in the passenger-side small overlap front test. It also must earn an advanced or superior rating for front crash prevention and an acceptable or good headlight rating.
  • To qualify for 2019 TOP SAFETY PICK+, a vehicle must earn good ratings in the driver-side small overlap front, passenger-side small overlap front, moderate overlap front, side, roof strength and head restraint tests. It also must earn an advanced or superior rating for front crash prevention and a good headlight rating.
  • The driver-side small overlap front rating is based on a 40 mph crash test in which 25 percent of the vehicle's width on the left side strikes a rigid barrier.
  • The passenger-side small overlap front rating is based on a 40 mph crash test in which 25 percent of the vehicle's width on the right side strikes a rigid barrier.
  • The moderate overlap front rating is based on a 40 mph crash test in which 40 percent of the vehicle's width strikes a deformable barrier.
  • The side rating is based on a crash test in which an SUV-like barrier strikes the driver side of the vehicle at 31 mph. Except where noted, models have a standard complement of side airbags, generally consisting of front and rear curtain airbags to protect the head and front seat-mounted airbags to protect the torso.
  • The roof strength rating is based on a test in which a metal plate is pushed against one side of the vehicle's roof at a slow, constant speed.
  • The head restraints & seats rating is based on a sled test of the vehicle's seat and head restraint. This rating only applies to the specific seat/head restraint combination tested, indicated on the vehicle details page.
  • The front crash prevention rating is based on autobraking performance in tests at 12 mph and 25 mph and on availability of a forward collision warning system meeting government performance criteria.
  • The headlight rating is based on the illumination provided by a vehicle's headlights on straight roads and curves. Each rating applies to a specific headlight type.
  • The child seat anchors (LATCH) rating is based on an ease-of-use evaluation of vehicle hardware for installing child restraints. This rating only applies to the specific trim level and seat type evaluated, indicated on the vehicle details page.

Small overlap front, moderate overlap front and head restraint ratings should be compared only among vehicles of similar weight. Side, roof strength, front crash prevention, headlights and LATCH ratings can be compared across vehicle categories.