/IIHS 2010 “Top Safety Picks” Complete List

IIHS 2010 “Top Safety Picks” Complete List

IIHS 2010 Top Safety Picks at IIHS 2010 Top Safety Picks Complete List

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) is the American equivalent of EuroNCAP, so their vehicle ratings really maters. They recently tested a new bunch of 2010 models and released the complete list of their Top Safety Pick models. Top Safety Pick recognizes the vehicles that earn the highest rating of good for front, side, and rear crash protection as well as the new rollover test.

Hit the jump to see the list of safest 2010 cars you can buy in America…


Buick LaCrosse

Ford Taurus

Hyundai Genesis
built after January 2010

Lincoln MKS

Mercedes E class
built after April 2010

Toyota Avalon
2011 models

Volvo S80


Honda Civic
4-door models (except Si)
with optional ESC

Kia Forte
built after October 2009

Kia Soul

Nissan Cube

Scion xB

Subaru Impreza
(except WRX)

Toyota Corolla

Volkswagen Golf
4-door models


Audi A3

Audi A4

Chevrolet Malibu
built after November 2009

Chrysler Sebring
4-door models with optional ESC

Dodge Avenger
with optional ESC

Ford Fusion
built after April 2010

Hyundai Sonata
2011 models

Lincoln MKZ
built after April 2010

Mercedes C class

Mercury Milan
built after April 2010

Subaru Legacy

Subaru Outback

Volkswagen Jetta

Volkswagen Passat sedan

Volvo C30
2010-11 models


Toyota Sienna
2011 models


Audi Q5

Chevrolet Equinox
built after March 2010

Dodge Journey

Ford Flex
built after January 2010

GMC Terrain
built after March 2010

Jeep Grand Cherokee
2011 models

Kia Sorento
2011 models built after March 2010

Lexus RX

Lincoln MKT
built after March 2010

Subaru Tribeca

Toyota Highlander

Toyota Venza

Volvo XC60

Volvo XC90


Honda Element

Hyundai Tucson

Jeep Patriot
with optional side torso airbags

Subaru Forester

Volkswagen Tiguan

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