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Mazda CX-5 is the only model to score well in the new side crash test in the US

Out of 20 SUVs tested, the Mazda CX-5 was the only one to receive a “Good” rating from the IIHS.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) is a notorious American research institution when it comes to crash safety tests. That’s why their praise for the Mazda CX-5 in a new side crash test is all the more remarkable. Specifically, the Mazda CX-5 is the only model out of 20 small SUVs that has received a “Good” score in the new, more rigorous test than before.

The new side impact test uses a heavier barrier and travels at a higher speed. The new barrier weighs about 1.9 tons and has a crash speed of 60 km/h, up from 1.5 tons at 50 km/h. The new test is more similar to the weight of an average midsize SUV. Due to the growing popularity of SUVs, the test is now more relevant to the real-life conditions that drivers are likely to encounter on the road every day.

“Safety is a top priority at Mazda, and we have long studied how to protect occupants from side impacts,” said Masaki Ueno, Vice President of MNAO’s R&D, design and quality assurance. “We studied real-world crashes and used computer simulations to look at body structure and load paths, delivering solid design results on the CX-5 since 2017.” .

IIHS President David Harkey said, “We developed this new test because we suspected there was room for further progress, and these results confirm it. The Good rating for the CX-5 shows that solid protection in a serious side collision is possible.”

For the other 19 SUV models in the same IIHS test, “Acceptable” scores were awarded to the Audi Q3, Buick Encore, Chevrolet Trax, Honda CR-V, Nissan Rogue, Subaru Forester, Toyota RAV4, Toyota Venza and Volvo XC40. “Marginal” ratings are awarded to the Chevrolet Equinox, Ford Escape, GMC Terrain, Hyundai Tucson, Jeep Compass, Jeep Renegade, Kia Sportage and Lincoln Corsair. Most surprisingly, the Honda HR-V and Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross only received a “Poor” rating.

The IIHS also mentions that all models tested are 2021 models, with the exception of the 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross. All of these scores will carry over to the 2022 model year, with the exception of Compass and Tucson.

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