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Rear cameras show benefits

New research shows the technology can help drivers avoid backover crashes.

Midsize SUVs collapse in test

Most tested for small overlap protection fail to hold up. Only two models earn good ratings.

More BEST BET boosters

Nineteen new models earn the top rating
in IIHS booster seat evaluations.

Truck underride guards can fail

Guards on modern semitrailers do a good job preventing cars from sliding underneath, but in certain crashes the danger remains high.

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August 21, 2014

Honda Fit overcomes setback in small overlap test

The 2015 Honda Fit earns an acceptable rating in the small overlap front test and qualifies for the IIHS Top Safety Pick award. It's a significant improvement over the previous generation Fit, which earned a poor rating in the test.

August 19, 2014

Subaru Legacy, Outback improve in small overlap test

The redesigned Subaru Legacy earns a good rating in the small overlap front crash test, with top marks across the board. The rating also applies to the station wagon version, the Subaru Outback, and both vehicles qualify for the IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award.

August 12, 2014

Redesigned Chrysler 200 aces small overlap test

The 2015 Chrysler 200 earns the top rating of good in the IIHS small overlap front crash test, a step up from the previous generation's acceptable rating. The midsize car is a Top Safety Pick+ award winner.

July 30, 2014

Small car ratings vary in small overlap test

The Mini Cooper Countryman is the only small car to earn a good rating among the latest group of 12 small cars subjected to the small overlap front test. Five cars, all 2014 models, earn an acceptable rating and six earn marginal or poor.

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