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2015 sees toughened safety requirements for new cars

IIHS changes for 2015 are intended to drive widespread adoption of effective front crash prevention systems

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) constantly works to make sure OEMs are implementing the latest and increasingly autonomous safety components and systems into their cars, which are proven to not only limit the severity of crashes but stop them before they even happen.

In its most recent round of test results, IIHS has announced that the significantly refreshed 2015 Honda CR-V has earned a ‘Top Safety Pick+’ even with tougher Institute award standards meaning that any 2015 model-year vehicle must now receive an ‘Advanced’ or ‘Superior’ front crash-prevention rating in order to meet this designation.

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