Five cars were recently wrecked by US authorities for safety tests. The Kia Forte, Nissan Sentra, and Subaru Crosstrek all had the worst rating, while the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla earned the least passable level. However, the truth is that in the case of the latter two models, nine out of ten aspects were considered good, and only protection for the rear passengers received a poor rating. Among the aspects, the safety of those sitting in the front and back rows separately, divided into body parts, is also included.
All in all, however, it can be said of the cars currently being tested for acceptance that the occupants are also safe in them, as the front of the car absorbed impact well in a near-frontal collision, and the passenger cell remained largely intact. The curtain airbags are also well tested, you can clearly see from the paint splatters that the dollies have reached, but thanks to the airbags, they didn’t hit the glass. Currently, according to the IIHS, the Honda Accord and Subaru Outback are the safest cars, but the Acura Integra or, with that score, the Civic are also among the best.