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Institute for Highway Safety Offered Top Marks for Frontal Crash Prevention Systems to 13 Vehicles


According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, 13 models have earned high marks for the new frontal crash prevention systems. IIHS is rating vehicles with standard or optional front crash prevention systems as basic, advanced and superior depending if they offer autobrake or autonomous braking and how efficient it is in tests at 25 and 12 mph. The vehicles which ...
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