Hyundai, Volvo, Subaru, Mazda prime IIHS listing – Information by Automobilnews.eu

Hyundai, Volvo, Subaru, Mazda prime IIHS listing

Volvo, Subaru, Mazda, and Hyundai/Kia/Genesis led all different automakers in incomes High Security Choose awards bestowed by the IIHS, the non-profit security group introduced Wednesday. On common, security rankings improved and the variety of High Security Choose+ winners greater than doubled from 2020.

“With these awards, we need to make it straightforward for customers to seek out automobiles that present good safety in crashes, ample lighting and efficient entrance crash safety,” IIHS President David Harkey stated in an announcement.

For 2021, 58 fashions earned a TSP+ award, and 42 earned a TSP, bringing the overall variety of award winners to 100. Final 12 months, there have been 64. 

The Hyundai Motor Group, which incorporates Kia and Genesis, earned 12 TSP and 5 TSP+ awards, led by its small crossovers, three-row SUVs, and mid-size sedans such because the 2021 Kia K5 and 2021 Hyundai Sonata.

Volvo fared even higher, with all 14 fashions it makes incomes a TSP+ honor. The 2021 XC40 Recharge electrical automobile has but to be examined. Mazda had related success, with all six of its fashions that had been examined incomes a TSP+, aside from the MX-5 Miata. 

Subaru nearly had an entire sweep, as effectively, with each mannequin besides the BRZ sports activities coupe incomes both a TSP or TSP+ designation, although in lots of instances it applies to automobiles with a constantly variable computerized transmission, not a guide. 

On the opposite finish of the spectrum, Mitsubishi didn’t win an award for its small lineup of 4 automobiles, and Basic Motors gained solely two awards, regardless of encompassing 4 main manufacturers making dozens of fashions. The 2021 Ram 1500 was the one pickup truck to win a TSP. 

The insurance-industry funded IIHS evaluates vehicles based mostly on six crash exams in addition to testing the efficacy of headlights and driver-assistance techniques, which exceeds the outdated crash testing carried out by the NHTSA. The crash-test rankings often align, however the 2021 Nissan Rogue earned a TSP+ with “Good” outcomes on crash exams, but it solely had a four-star security score from the NHTSA. The disparity exhibits the worth of monitoring testing from each companies.

For a automobile to fulfill the TSP standards coveted by automotive entrepreneurs and appreciated by customers, the mannequin should earn “Good” rankings on all six crash exams and are available obtainable with computerized emergency braking that earns no less than an “Superior” score in avoiding or practically avoiding a crash with automobiles and pedestrians at speeds of 12 mph and 25 mph. It must earn the identical score in exams that present a velocity discount at 37 mph to keep away from or mitigate putting a pedestrian strolling beside the street.  

Moreover, and most problematically because the IIHS toughened the factors final 12 months, TSP winners have to be supplied with headlights that fee at “Good” or “Acceptable,” whereas TSP+ honorees should make these headlights commonplace. 

“As producers confirmed they may produce headlights with higher lighting and fewer glare, IIHS determined to encourage them to make this improved gear commonplace,” the IIHS stated in an announcement. “The technique appears to be working. A 12 months in the past, solely 23 automobiles certified for the higher-tier award. In the present day, the quantity has greater than doubled, and the vast majority of awards handed out for 2021 fashions embody the plus signal.”

For extra on the awards, go to the IIHS. 

2021 High Security Choose+ by section:

Honda Perception
Mazda 3 hatchback
Mazda 3 sedan
Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid

Honda Accord
Kia K5 constructed (after November 2020)
Mazda 6
Nissan Altima
Nissan Maxima (constructed after November 2020)
Subaru Legacy
Subaru Outback
Toyota Camry

Acura TLX
Lexus ES 350
Lexus IS
Tesla Mannequin 3
Volvo S60
Volvo S60 Recharge
Volvo V60
Volvo V60 Cross Nation
Volvo V60 Recharge

Audi A6
Audi A6 Allroad
Audi A7
Genesis G70
Genesis G90
Volvo S90
Volvo S90 Recharge
Volvo V90
Volvo V90 Cross Nation

Mazda CX-3
Mazda CX-5
Mazda CX-30 (constructed after September 2020)
Nissan Rogue
Subaru Forester
Volvo XC40

Ford Explorer
Hyundai Palisade
Mazda CX-9
Nissan Murano
Subaru Ascent
Toyota Highlander

Acura RDX
Audi Q5 and Q5 Sportback
Cadillac XT6
Hyundai Nexo
Genesis GV80
Lexus NX
Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class (with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)
Volvo XC60
Volvo XC60 Recharge
Volvo XC90
Volvo XC90 Recharge

Audi E-Tron
Audi E-Tron Sportback

Honda Odyssey
Toyota Sienna

2021 High Security Choose by section:

Honda Civic hatchback (excluding Sort R efficiency variant)
Honda Civic sedan
Hyundai Veloster (with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)
Kia Forte (with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)
Kia Soul (with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)
Nissan Sentra
Subaru Crosstrek (with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)
Subaru Impreza wagon and sedan (with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)
Subaru WRX (with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)
Toyota Corolla hatchback
Toyota Corolla sedan

Hyundai Sonata

Audi A4
Audi A5 Sportback
BMW 3 sequence
Mercedes-Benz C-Class (with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)

Kia Stinger (with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)
Volkswagen Arteon

Chevrolet Equinox
Ford Escape
Honda CR-V
Hyundai Kona (with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)
Hyundai Tucson (with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)
Hyundai Venue
Kia Seltos (constructed after August 2020; with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)
Kia Sportage (with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)
Lexus UX
Lincoln Corsair
Toyota C-HR
Toyota RAV4
Toyota RAV4 Prime
Toyota Venza

Ford Edge
Kia Sorento
Kia Telluride
Volkswagen Tiguan

Lexus RX
Lincoln Aviator
Mercedes-Benz GLC (with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)

Audi Q8

Ram 1500 crew cab (with non-compulsory entrance crash prevention)

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