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10 Midsize SUVs (2022) IIHS Side Impact test Comparison


10 Midsize SUVs (2022) IIHS Side Impact test Comparison. 10 of 18 midsize SUVs earn ‘good’ IIHS side impact safety rating

It’s not terribly surprising that midsize SUVs earned better safety ratings than small SUVs in the latest side-impact tests performed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Just how much better they scored, on the other hand, certainly raises an eyebrow. Ten out of 18 midsize SUVs earned the highest rating of ‘good’ in the stringent new test, altered for vehicles starting with the 2020 model year with a heavier barrier (4,200 pounds) that moves at a higher speed (37 miles per hour) and is fitted with a hard honeycomb frontal structure. By way of contrast, just one out of of 20 small SUVs earned a ‘good’ score.

SUVs that receiving ‘good’ scores were the Ford Explorer, Infiniti QX60, Lincoln Aviator, Mazda CX-9, Nissan Pathfinder, Subaru Ascent, Toyota Highlander, Volkswagen Atlas, Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport and Volkswagen ID.4. For EV fans, it’s worth noting the ID.4 was the only electric vehicle included in the test. The Buick Enclave and Chevrolet Traverse scraped away with ‘acceptable’ ratings while the Honda Passport, Honda Pilot, Hyundai Palisade, Jeep Wrangler 4-door, Kia Telluride and Nissan Murano were deemed merely ‘marginal’ in the tough new test. Only two models — the Mazda CX-9 and Volkswagen ID.4 — earned a “Good” rating in every test category.

Interestingly, the Jeep Wrangler would have scored a ‘good’ rating if it were equipped with side airbags for the rear seating positions. It would likely be an engineering challenge to equip its removable top and/or doors with airbags, but the lack of that safety feature allowed the head of the rear passenger dummy to hit the vertical support of the top. Otherwise, the Wrangler scored good ratings across the board. The new Ford Bronco, which makes more allowances for side-impact safety, has not yet been tested.

The popular Hyundai Palisade and Kia Telluride SUVs stand out in the test with ‘poor’ ratings for driver pelvis injuries. The Nissan Murano, a vehicle last redesigned for the 2015 model year, was the only vehicle tested that received a ‘poor’ rating for its structure and safety cage.

Intro 00:00
Tested vehicles 00:14
Preparing for a test 01:02
Ford Explore 01:56
Mazda CX-9 02:46
Toyota Highlander 03:35
Nissan Pathfinder 03:58
Honda Pilot 04:37
Hyundai Palisade 05:00
Jeep Wrangler 05:40
Volkswagen Atlas 06:31
Subaru Ascent 06:55
Chevrolet Traverse 07:18
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