The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) announced today that the Mazda CX-9 received a "Good" rating in a new, more difficult side-impact test.
This was the second series of tests for vehicles from the model years 2021-2022, which included a more stringent test aimed at addressing more serious collisions by using a heavier barrier that travels at a faster speed to simulate the impacting vehicle.
In this round of SUV tests, the Mazda CX-9 stood out as one of only three models to receive a "Good" rating in the comprehensive assessment of driver pelvis injuries, and one of only two models to receive a "Good" rating in all categories.
Mazda's director of compliance, planning, and development of vehicle security, Jennifer Morrison said: "Our research has led us to carefully evaluate the structure of our vehicles' carroceras, and as a result, we've developed the robust designs we have on the road today."
"It gives us great pleasure to offer our customers the highest level of protection in the event of an accident."
Mazda added that it is pleased to add the significant achievement to its roster of IIHS awards, which includes the Mazda vehicles that received the Institute's TOP SAFETY PICK+ 2022 award, the highest safety honour. Mazda3 Sedan and Hatchback, Mazda6, CX-3, CX-30, CX-5, and CX-9 are only a few of them.
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