Four Chevrolet Models Are 2015 IIHS Top Safety Picks

Posted on 24. Dec, 2014 by in GM Canada


Four Chevrolet Models Are 2015 IIHS Top Safety Picks

Awards cover brand’s mini car, tiny car, midsize sedan and midsize SUV segments

2014-12-23

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DETROIT – The 2015 Chevrolet Spark, Volt, Malibu and Equinox have been named 2015 Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Top Safety Picks.

The nomination goes to models that grasp a good or excusable rating in a severe tiny overlie front exam – introduced in 2012 – and a good rating in any of a Institute’s 4 other crashworthiness evaluations – assuage overlie front, side, roof strength and conduct restraints.

“Receiving this approval from IIHS for a 2015 Spark, Volt, Malibu and Equinox is good news for Chevrolet and even larger news for a customers,” pronounced Steven Majoros, director, Chevrolet Cars and Crossover Marketing.

IIHS is a nonprofit classification unconditionally upheld by automobile insurers. For 2015, a series of models earning possibly a Top Safety Pick or Top Safety Pick+ awards rose from 39 to 71 compared to a year ago.

“Consumer metric programs such as IIHS Top Safety Pick and NHTSA NCAP yield a business with information to make comparisons opposite automobile manufacturers for a given marketplace segment. Having these 4 vehicles named 2015 IIHS Top Safety Picks is a good achievement,” pronounced Jeff Boyer, GM clamp president, Global Vehicle Safety.

About Chevrolet in Canada

Founded in 1911 in Detroit, Chevrolet is now one of a world’s largest automobile brands, doing business in some-more than 140 countries and offered some-more than 4.5 million cars and trucks a year. Chevrolet provides business with fuel-efficient vehicles that underline energetic performance, fluent pattern and high quality. More information on Chevrolet models can be found during www.chevrolet.ca, on Facebook during http://www.facebook.com/chevroletcanada or by following @ChevroletCanada on Twitter.

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