Here are Most Safe Cars You Can Buy
Every year it releases a list of the top safest cars. Those cars chosen by it to be on the list are those that hold impressive records for overall safety and crash-worthiness. Today, we are going to go through the top ten safe cars from said list.
This beauty comes standard with antilock disc brakes, front side airbags, stability/traction control and ad river knee airbag. Furthermore, it can reach a full stop from 60mph in just 115 feet, which is quite impressive. Even more impressive is the fact that it scored four out of five stars in government tests for overall protection.
This fellow comes with antilock breaks, traction/stability control, side curtain airbags, front side airbags and a special blind-spot mirror. However, its stop from 60mph goes up from the Fiat’s 115 feet to 119 feet, which still isn’t bad. The real kicker is that the Fiesta got five stars for side protection and four star for front protection.
This particular beast comes with the same sort of standard features, such as antilock brakes, stability/traction control and front/side airbags. It also adds the optional for a rearview camera. It’s with the tests that this car really shines. It scored five stars for overall protection and four stars for front protection. Unfortunately, its distance for 60mph ups to 121 feet.
The Cruze really stands out from the crowd courtesy its inclusion of OnStar technology. This gives you access to auto crash notifications, remote door locking/unlocking and on-demand roadside assistance. Plus, the Cruze also earned high ratings for both front and side impact protection.
This unbelievably swift vehicle can come to a complete stop from 60mph in just 107 seconds, which is just absolutely amazing. Plus, it received high ratings even without optional rear-seat side airbags included. Like the other vehicles mentioned, it comes with antilock brakes and stability control. However, it also adds along whiplash-reduced front headrests.
The Buck Vernao contains the usual dose of antilock brakes, airbags and traction control, but it also adds along Onstar services. Plus, it can achieve a full stop from 60mph in about 122 feet, which isn’t horrible. More importantly, the Vernao earned high ratings in tests for front, side and roof strengh.
Part of the midsize luxury class, the Acura TL earned extraordinarily high ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety for its frontal-offset, roof-strength and side-impact performance. It also performed well with the organization’s new small-overlap front crash test. Last but not least, it averages between 120 and 122 feet as per its ability to reach a complete stop from 60mph.
This Sport Wagon unfortunately worsens in regards to its stopping ability, as it takes a whopping 127 feet to reach a full stop. However, it earned five star ratings in all safety categories. It also includes a slew of safety features, from standard side curtain airbacks to active head restraints and stability/traction control.
This Buick comes equipped with all the glories of OnStar (remote door locking/unlocking, on-demand assistance, auto crash notification) and adds to it an optional blind-spot alert system. Furthermore, it’s capable of reaching a full stop in 115 feet, which is quite impressive. Note also that it performed well in both frontal- and side-impact tests.
The Regal includes all the components of its peer, the LaCrosse, but adds along a few additional goodies like a stolen vehicle locator, an emergency button and full-length side curtain airbags. Plus, with optional 20-inch tires, it can stop in 107 feet from 60mph, though the standard tires up it to 122 feet.