Volvo was one of the first concerns to receive the highest safety rating across the entire car line.May 4, 2021
Whichever Volvo you buy will be the Top Safety Pick + rated model. On the eve, by the decision of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the highest rating was also assigned to the Volvo XC40 Recharge electric car.
The Volvo XC40 Recharge is the first small electric car to receive a safety rating. He joined 9 Volvo vehicles that won the Top Safety Picks Plus in February and 5 more models that won the Top Safety Picks Plus in March. This all adds up to Volvo’s record for the most Top Safety Pick Plus awards in one year.
The brand, known for its safety, has received more awards in one year than any other automaker since the IIHS began awarding ratings to their vehicles in 2013.
To qualify for the Top Safety Pick Plus, a model has to pass more than excellent crash tests. The vehicle is required to have standard advanced safety technologies such as collision warnings.
Long a pioneer in the industry, Volvo is committed to ensuring that no one gets hurt or killed in one of its cars.
Regardless of body type, engine or interior trim, every Volvo provides customers with innovative collision protection. The IIHS recognized this by awarding a Top Safety Pick Plus to every model the brand makes today.
Earlier this year, IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus awards went to: Volvo S90, Volvo V90, Volvo V90 Cross Country, Volvo V60 Cross Country, Volvo S60, Volvo S60 Recharge, Volvo V60, Volvo V60 Recharge, Volvo XC40, Volvo XC60, Volvo XC60 Recharge, Volvo XC90 and Volvo XC90 Recharge.
Read also that Ford and Volvo electric cars have received the highest safety score from the IIHS experts. Experts tested the Ford Mustang Mach-E and Volvo XC40 Recharge models.
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