Cars go through crash tests run by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Below, we’ve listed the top 5 safest cars to drive this year!
#1 Subaru Legacy 2018
Asymmetrical All-Wheel Drive for guaranteeing you more stability and efficiency. It has EyeSight Driver Assist tech for improved cruise control assistance as well as Pre-Collision Braking for optimal braking force in emergency stopping situations.
#2 Toyota Camry Hybrid 2017
Yes, this Camry is the 2017 version but out of all our safety-rated cars, this is one of the best. This Camry Hybrid has anti-lock brakes so in cases of extreme braking, the tires may stop turning. This anti-lock balances the brake pressure to allow the wheel to continue turning. There are several airbags too.
The Stability Control Sensor determines the exceeded limits of vehicle’s handling. When the limits are reached, the engine power is lowered to prevent losing control of the car. The car doesn’t work without the original manufacturer key so without it, the ignition disabling device swiftly kicks in.
#3 Mercedes-Benz E300 2018
The E300 comes with Car-to-X technology which predetermines dangerous road conditions. The cruise control adjusts according to all flows of traffic.
#4 Lincoln Continental Sedan 2017
This is also a 2017 version of the Lincoln, however, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety rated this sedan as good according to its safety specs. It has frontal knee and side airbags. The front seat belts have pretensioners as well as being height adjustable. It has an entirely automatic exterior light and drive-line tractional control. An added security benefit is the SecuriLock ignition disable device.
#5 Kia Optima 2018
Given a 5-star crash safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It has all the airbags you can think of and an electronic stability control system. A traction control system for no wheel spinning, electronic brake-force distribution for better braking consistency and a brake-assist system for emergency braking. It also has a hill-assist control system.
Visit your nearest car dealer and go for a test drive today!