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How Will Auto Safety Ratings Change In The Future?

Car safety has evolved at a rapid pace—a pace that likely wouldn’t be what it is if it weren’t so carefully monitored by two major safety agencies in the U.S. They’re the federal government’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which oversees NCAP testing, and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety…Read More

Far eastern brands top new car reliability ratings

News 30 Dec, 2015 Car brands from Japan and Korea come out on top in the latest Warrantywise UK car reliability and cost of repair ratings Latest

VW emissions scandal: 2016 cars with incorrect mpg and CO2 ratings revealed

News 14 Nov, 2015 Latest on the VW diesel emissions scandal: VW may not have cheated in EU, petrol cars with wrong CO2 ratings and VW's UK 'loyalty bonus' Latest

2016 Volvo XC90 Aces IIHS Crash Tests, Safety Ratings

“Swedish safety” has become a bit of a tautology when it comes to vehicles. Whether you’re talking about Volvo, or its now defunct cross-country rival brand, Saab, Swedish-engineered cars, wagons, and crossovers have long set a standard for occupant protection. And so it goes with the all-new 2016 Volvo XC90,Read More

2016 Nissan Maxima Earns Five-Star Safety Ratings

The federal government recently posted its safety ratings for the 2016 Nissan Maxima, and in New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) testing this fully redesigned sporty sedan earned perfect five-star occupant safety scores in all areas—including the frontal crash, side crash, and rollover catagories. That includes nearly all the subcategories of…Read More