What Are 2020's Safest Cars?

It’s no secret that all vehicles offer different safety features that make them more or less safe enough to be on the road. When it comes to safety and security, not all vehicles are created equal.

Read on to learn the top safest cars in 2020.

Safest Cars in 2020

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), the following are the safest small cars in 2020:

  • Honda Insight 4-door sedan
    • This vehicle received “good” ratings in the following crashworthiness areas:
      • Small overlap front: driver-side
      • Small overlap front: passenger-side
      • Moderate overlap front
      • Side
      • Roof strength
      • Head restraints & seats
    • This vehicle received “good” ratings in the following crash avoidance and mitigation areas:
      • Headlights
      • Front crash prevention: vehicle-to-vehicle
      • Front crash prevention: vehicle-to-pedestrian
    • This vehicle received a “good” rating in the following child seat anchors area:
      • LATCH ease of use
    • Other safety features:
      • Standard daytime running lights
      • Standard lane-departure warning
      • Standard lane-departure prevention
  • Mazda 3 4-door hatchback/sedan
    • This vehicle received “good” ratings in the following crashworthiness areas:
      • Small overlap front: driver-side
      • Small overlap front: passenger-side
      • Moderate overlap front
      • Side
      • Roof strength
      • Head restraints & seats
    • This vehicle received an “acceptable” rating in the following crash avoidance and mitigation area:
      • Headlights
    • This vehicle received “good” ratings in the following crash avoidance and mitigation areas:
      • Front crash prevention: vehicle-to-vehicle
      • Front crash prevention: vehicle-to-pedestrian
    • This vehicle received a “good” rating in the following child seat anchors area:
      • LATCH ease of use
    • Other safety features:
      • Standard daytime running lights
      • Optional blind-spot detection
      • Optional lane departure warning
      • Optional lane departure prevention
  • Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid 4-door wagon
    • This vehicle received “good” ratings in the following crashworthiness areas:
      • Small overlap front: driver-side
      • Small overlap front: passenger-side
      • Moderate overlap front
      • Side
      • Roof strength
      • Head restraints & seats
    • This vehicle received “good” ratings in the following crash avoidance and mitigation areas:
      • Headlights
      • Front crash prevention: vehicle-to-vehicle
      • Front crash prevention: vehicle-to-pedestrian
    • This vehicle received a “good” rating in the following child seat anchors area:
      • LATCH ease of use
  • Mazda 6 4-door sedan
    • This vehicle received “good” ratings in the following crashworthiness areas:
      • Small overlap front: driver-side
      • Small overlap front: passenger-side
      • Moderate overlap front
      • Side
      • Roof strength
      • Head restraints & seats
    • This vehicle received “good” ratings in the following crash avoidance and mitigation areas:
      • Headlights (varies by trim/option - some received a “good” rating and others received an “acceptable” rating)
      • Front crash prevention: vehicle-to-vehicle
      • Front crash prevention: vehicle-to-pedestrian
    • This vehicle received a “good” rating in the following child seat anchors area:
      • LATCH ease of use
    • Other safety features:
      • Standard daytime running lights
      • Standard blind-spot detection
      • Optional lane departure warning
      • Optional lane departure prevention
  • Nissan Maxima 4-door sedan
    • This vehicle received “good” ratings in the following crashworthiness areas:
      • Small overlap front: driver-side
      • Small overlap front: passenger-side
      • Moderate overlap front
      • Side
      • Roof strength
      • Head restraints & seats
    • This vehicle received an “acceptable” rating in the following crash avoidance and mitigation areas:
      • Headlights
    • This vehicle received “good” ratings in the following crash avoidance and mitigation areas:
      • Front crash prevention: vehicle-to-vehicle
      • Front crash prevention: vehicle-to-pedestrian
    • This vehicle received a “good” rating in the following child seat anchors area:
      • LATCH ease of use
    • Other safety features:
      • Standard daytime running lights
      • Optional blind-spot detection
  • Toyota Camry 4-door sedan
    • This vehicle received “good” ratings in the following crashworthiness areas:
      • Small overlap front: driver-side
      • Small overlap front: passenger-side
      • Moderate overlap front
      • Side
      • Roof strength
      • Head restraints & seats
    • This vehicle received “good” ratings in the following crash avoidance and mitigation areas:
      • Headlights (varies by trim/option - some received a “good” rating and others received an “acceptable” rating)
      • Front crash prevention: vehicle-to-vehicle
      • Front crash prevention: vehicle-to-pedestrian
    • This vehicle received a “good” rating in the following child seat anchors area:
      • LATCH ease of use
    • Other safety features:
      • Standard daytime running lights
      • Optional blind-spot detection
      • Standard lane-departure warning
      • Standard lane-departure prevention

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