Every year, car companies constantly work to innovate and make their cars better and safer for the driver. And again for 2011 a new series of innovations went out.
According to Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, for 2011 the safest car is the Buick LaCrosse for Large cars, Audi A3 ( MidSize cars ), Chevrolet Cruze (Small Cars).
A total of 25 SUVs and 40 cars earned the 2011 Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Top Safety Pick award for being the safest cars on the road today.
The 66 winners, by category, are:
BMW 5 series (except 4-wheel drive and V8)
Cadillac CTS sedan
Infinite M37/M56 (except M56x 4-wheel drive)
Mercedes E class coupe
Mercedes E class sedan
Volvo S80 Midsize cars
Audi A4 sedan
Chrysler 200 4-door
Mercedes C class
Volkswagen Jetta sedan
Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen
Honda Civic 4-door models (except Si) with optional electronic stability control
Kia Forte sedan Kia Soul
Mitsubishi Lancer sedan (except 4-wheel drive)
Subaru Impreza sedan and hatchback (except WRX)
Volkswagen Golf 4-door
Volkswagen GTI 4-door Minicar
Ford Fiesta sedan and hatchback built after July 2010 Minivan
Ford has been battling losses for years in its Ford of Europe business, but judging by the model lineup of the second largest US automaker you would immediately look for the problems outside of its car and commercial vehicle range.
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