Four Chevrolet Models Are 2015 IIHS Top Safety Picks
Awards cover brand’s mini car, tiny car, midsize sedan and midsize SUV segments
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.
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