To be considered as a top safety pick, vehicles must get good ratings on 3 crash tests. These tests involve common accidents that could lead to severe injuries including rear-end collisions, rollovers and impacts (front and side) with vehicles traveling at least 40 mph.
Of the 25 SUVs ranging from small to large size, here are 10 listed in the top safety picks:
- Chevrolet Equinox;
- Ford Explorer;
- GMC Terrain;
- Hyundai Santa Fe;
- Jeep Grand Cherokee;
- Lexus RX;
- Mercedes GLK;
- Subaru Tribeca;
- Toyota Highlander; and
- Volkswagen Touareg.
Of the 40 mini to large-sized cars, the 10 in the top safety picks are:
- Ford Fiesta Sedan/Hatchback (built after 7/10);
- Nissan Cube;
- Toyota Corolla;
- Volkswagen GTI (4 door models);
- Chevrolet Malibu;
- Ford Fusion;
- Subaru Outback;
- Buick Regal;
- Cadillac CTS Sedan; and
- Mercedes E Class Coupe.
Even if you drive the safest vehicle available, you are still at risk of injury when someone else acts in a careless or reckless manner and causes a Kentucky car accident. You may be able to receive compensation for your injuries.
To learn what steps you need to take in order to protect your rights, you should speak with a Louisville accident attorney as soon as possible to discuss your case.
Contacting a Louisville Accident Attorney
A Louisville accident attorney at Gray and White Law can help you handle every aspect of your Kentucky accident claim. If you've been injured in Kentucky, contact us today for a free evaluation of your case - 1-888-450-4456 or 502-210- 8942.