How Safe Are The Most Popular Sports Cars

How Safe Are The Most Popular Sports Cars

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and the Highway Loss Data Institute have recently conducted tests of the safety features in sports cars. Since people who purchase muscle cars or more likely to make use of their vehicles power and speed, it’s important that the driver and passengers of the vehicle are protected in the event that there is a crash. Unfortunately the most popular sports car models of 2016 have shown through testing that they aren’t safe enough to receive a safety award from the IIHS.

Your Sports Car Is Not As Safe As You Think

The IIHS tested 3 popular sports car models; the Camaro, the Mustang, and the Challenger. Although the iihs doesn’t normally test sports car models because they only make up a small portion of the market, they have witnessed an increase in the amount of consumers questioning how safe sports vehicles are. results showed that the Challenger is the lease a vehicle of the 3, that the Camaro needed work on a few key safety features, and that Mustangs are the safest of the three, however they still don’t meet top safety requirements.

How Safe Are The Most Popular Sports Cars?

Let’s look at the facts. If you drive a sports car you’re at greater risk of being in an automobile accident. This means you’ll want to find a sports vehicle that can prevent front crashes, and that has proper strength and design features to pass vehicle crash tests. In the long run this will keep you safe while driving on the road. You also want a strong roof since people who drive sports cars are more likely to get in a rollover accident. A strong roof will ensure that you and your passengers are not ejected from your vehicle. Unfortunately, none of the sports vehicles that are popular in 2016 met the top safety standards in all IIHS vehicle evaluations.

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