According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s latest study, front seat passengers may not fare as well as drivers in certain types of frontal crashes. Of the seven vehicles involved in the study, only one received a “good” rating according to IIHS safety standards. The Institute conducted 40 mph passenger-side small overlap tests on seven small SUVs with good driver-side small overlap ratings. The 2016 Hyundai Tucson was the only vehicle that performed at a level corresponding to a good rating, and the others ran the gamut from poor to acceptable.
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