Hyundai Wows Car Safety Experts, Gets Two Top Safety Pick+ Ratings

Hyundai Wows Car Safety Experts, Gets Two Top Safety Pick+ RatingsThis year has been a relatively bad year for car manufacturing in the United States. A number of Japanese automakers like Toyota, Nissan, Mazda, and Honda have been recalling millions of vehicles that they have sold over the years because of the defective airbags that have been provided by their supplier, Takata. Meanwhile, General Motors is continuing to battle the seemingly never-ending saga of recalls of millions of their vehicles for the defective ignition switches that has claimed several lives and injured others. However, despite these series of bad news about vehicle recalls, one emerging car brand has impressed the experts in as far as safety and the prevention of crashes and car accident-related injuries.

Back-to-back Homeruns for Hyundai

Korean carmaker Hyundai has been continuously wow-ing the automotive industry. After it has made Americans fall in love over the gorgeous “Fluidic Sculpture” theme in their vehicles’ styling, the make-over of Hyundai is more than skin-deep. The emerging Korean carmaker has made significant improvements in the engineering of its vehicles, improving its performance. One of the major achievements of Hyundai is the improvement of the safety system of its vehicles. Recently, Hyundai achieve two “Top Safety Pick+” ratings for two of its cars.

2015 Hyundai Genesis

The redesigned full-size Korean car scored a “Top Safety Pick+” rating last May 2014. The car achieved this rating by scoring well in the small overlap front crash test, which has been the most challenging of all the tests. Additionally, the car got excellent ratings for front crash prevention, overlap front crash, side, crash, roof strength, as well as head restraint evaluations. The redesigned Genesis is one of the only three luxury cars that have received the highest safety rating for 2014.

2015 Hyundai Sonata

Hyundai’s entry into the midsize moderately priced car also earned the highest rating from the IIHS. The Sonata got good ratings for moderate overlap front, side, roof strength and head restraints. It also had an acceptable rating in the small overlap front crash tests, and finally, a basic rating for front crash prevention. This makes the Sonata the second model in the entire Hyundai line up to receive the highest award from the IIHS for 2014.

These two vehicles, according to the company, show Hyundai’s commitment to ensure car crash prevention and improve accident protection systems. According to a Los Angeles car accident attorney, these are the two vehicles can definitely help lessen the chances of motor vehicle accidents from happening. That is why if you would want to stay safe from these possible mishaps, you should put these two vehicles in the shortlist.

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