Only 47 of 102 vehicles were rated Good or Acceptable by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, indicating flaws in the federally mandated Latch system.
As the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) crash tests the 2015 Ford F-150, Automotive News’ Larry Vellequette noticed the crew cabs have extra “protection bars” that two-door trucks don’t get. If you think that sounds shady, IIHS seems to agree and has already started digging deeper. Read more...
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has decided to crash test a second cab configuration of a pickup for the first time after Automotive News pointed out that the 2015 F-150 SuperCrew has added reinforcements around its wheels. Show More Summary
The tests by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety focused on off-center crashes, which are among the most dangerous for drivers. Wyatt Andrews reports on the results, where more than half the cars tested rate "marginal" or wor...
Five models, including two from GM, get top safety ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
While use of red-light and speed cameras are on the wane, support for automated enforcement depends upon where and who the constituent is. According to Autoblog, a study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found 70 municipalities have dropped red-light camera programs in their jurisdictions over the past 30 months. Show More Summary
Acura continues their safety reputation with their new TLX, earning the highest possible marks with both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. A 5 star rating from the government’s New Car Assessment Program and IIHS’s Top Safety Pick honors are forthcoming as well. Show More Summary
Structural improvements were among the changes that helped the 2015 Nissan Sentra earn the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's Top Safety Pick award. Related: 2015 Nissan Sentra: What’s Changed Nissan modified the compact car's front structure, A-pillar and doorsill, allowing...
The new 2016 Kia Sorento earns Top Safety Pick status from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety by scoring a 'good' mark on the small overlap crash test. Continue reading 2016 Kia Sorento now an IIHS Top Safety Pick 2016 Kia Sorento now an IIHS Top Safety Pick originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 20 Feb 2015 19:00:00 EST. Show More Summary
The three-row crossover class is really heating up, with redesigns from Honda and Kia for 2016. Kia's new Sorento should be more appealing to families with its new safety rating: The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety just named it a...
Improvements to its structure have helped the 2015 Buick Encore, a subcompact crossover, earn a Top Safety Pick award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The Encore's lower-priced twin, the 2015 Chevrolet Trax, also received the Top Safety Pick...
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently released a list of vehicles that have had zero driver fatalities during the last four model years. Cars.com's Kelsey Mays takes a look at the report. Watch the video for more.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has released a new study which shows that nine vehicle models have recorded no deaths in collision reports since the vehicles entered the market in the 2011 model year. The IIHS says that this sets a record for the number of vehicles with no deaths in collision. Show More Summary
Per a report by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, driver fatalities in the United States have fallen by a third over the past three years. Automotive News says the report’s findings come after the seemingly endless recall parade of 2014, which saw 60.5 million vehicles in the U.S. Show More Summary
Modern cars may be safer and better-built than they've ever been before, but don't think that means it's completely impossible to die in a new one. A new study from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety released today dives into the American cars with the highest and lowest death rates. Read more...
For 2011 models through the 2012 calendar year, driver deaths per million registered vehicle years fell to 28 from 48 just three years earlier, says the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety compiled the number of deaths associated with vehicles models years 2009-12
The Insurance Institute For Highway Safety tested more than three dozen late-model vehicles to see if new safety features are preventing deaths. Chip Reid reports on the results.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is set to release a report detailing the safest car models in terms of driver death rates
Asian and European cars have taken top honors from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.