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11/21/2006 03:22 PM ID: 58457 Permalink   

Non-American Cars Safest

 

The Insurance Institute for Safety has confirmed that there are no American vehicles on their list of safest cars and SUVs for 2007. Imports took all 13 awards for the safest vehicles in each class.

The institute noted that vehicle stability control is one of the primary factors, and American manufacturers have been slow to install this technology. It is believed that some 10,000 fatal crashes a year could be prevented with this technology.

The 2007 list of safe vehicles released today includes the Audi A4 and A6, Saab 9-3, Subaru Legacy, Tribeca and Forester, Mercedes M Class, Honda Pilot and CR-V, Acura RDX, Hyundai Entourage, Kia Sedona and the Volvo XC90.

 
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  5 Comments
  
  Hooray for Subaru!  
 
I <3 mine!
 
  by: th1rd3y3   11/21/2006 04:46 PM     
  ditto  
 
Subaru good!
 
  by: caution2     11/21/2006 07:22 PM     
  yeah  
 
Sti>other 4 door turbocharged/intercooled cars.
 
  by: Stiks   11/22/2006 02:20 PM     
  lol  
 
everybody knows american cars are good for going fast in straight lines and thats about all... oh and theyre fugly
 
  by: kungfucious   11/22/2006 03:00 PM     
  Yeah...  
 
American cars are kind of going to hell.. I own a Mazda RX-7, and a BMW 325i - I love them. Some of my friends own Pontiacs, or WORSE - FORD. And they really are pieces of crap. FORD may hit the dust soon to Toyota, which is also slowly taking GM's place as the largest. But eventually I could see GM modernizing, getting rid of unions, and ... basically becoming more like Toyota. Until things improve, my next vehicle in a few years (since my BMW is still NEW) will be either another BMW or a Toyota.
-np-
 
  by: NicPre     11/22/2006 08:02 PM     
 
 
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