Safest SUVs

Auto manufacturers continue to make safety a top priority across all makes and models. Here are the 2015 safest SUVs that have the best safety ratings according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. You should really get free car insurance quotes for this model and notice how low are the premiums.

  1. volvox2015 Volvo XC60. 2015 XC60 ($36,200) did not disappoint in IIHS crash tests. In fact, the XC60 earned Top Safety Pick+ with “Advanced” front crash prevention for its (standard, mind you) City Safety feature. Upgrade to optional Collision Warning with Full Auto Brake and Pedestrian Detection and you have what the IIHS deems “Superior” protection up front.
  2. 2015 Toyota Highlander. Toyota’s Highlander is the only affordable midsize SUV ($29,415) to earn the Top Safety Pick+ designation from the IIHS for 2015. Getting there took an “Acceptable” rating in the small overlap front crash test and perfect scores in the other four categories, plus an “Advanced” rating for its available front crash prevention system. Drivers get the full slate of safety features with the optional Pre-Collision System in the Highlander’s Advanced Technology Package.
  3. 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander. While the Outlander (GT) Sport is Mitsubishi’s best-selling model in the U.S., the ES ($23,195) and SE ($24,195) trims are the safest. The IIHS awarded the 2015 Outlander Top Safety Pick+ honors for its perfect scores in each of the five crash tests and “Advanced” front crash prevention system with the optional Forward Collision Mitigation System.
  4. 2015 Mercedes M-Class. Mercedes-Benz’s M-Class ($48,300) is the eighth-best-selling vehicle make over $50K in the U.S., and it’s also one of the safest. The SUVs aced each of the five IIHS crash test with “Good” scores and notched a “Superior” score for the front crash prevention system when buyers opt for the Pre-Safe Brake feature with the Driver Assistance Package ($2,800).


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