Toyota Struggles in Safety Test

The Toyota brand struggled greatly in a recent test of worst vehicles for preventing passenger injuries. This study was completed by They analyzed insurance rates for Personal Injury protection and medical payment coverage that pays for injuries to your passengers in a crash. used insurance rates of more than 750 vehicles for its study. Identifying the vehicles with highest and lowest cost for PIP and MedPay coverage, three Toyota models are among the worst vehicles for preventing passenger injury according to

The Toyota Yaris was voted the worst vehicle for protecting passengers from injury, in this study. The Toyota Corolla was third, and the Camry was also in the Top Ten.

So if you are comparing Toyota with Honda for instance, Honda is the clear-cut winner for you and your passengers safety.

The Honda Civic Coupe and Sedan were both named IIHS Top Safety Picks for 2014, the Sedan model earning Top Safety Pick Plus, the most prestigious safety award in the industry.

The Honda Accord Coupe and Sedan are both IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus Award Winners. The Honda Odyssey is the only minivan to earn the IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus distinction.

The Honda Accord, Honda CR-V, and Honda Odyssey all receive a 5-star overall crash test rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Safety trumps everything when you purchase a vehicle. Keep yourself and your family safe behind the wheel of a Honda, and you’ll still get the great fuel economy and reputation for vehicles that last forever.

Learn more about Waikem Honda and the Honda brand today.

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