Toyota has always been known for manufacturing safe and reliable vehicles, and the IIHS simply confirms it with the latest winners for Top Safety Pick+ awards. This prestigious award is the ultimate in safety standards, meaning that each Toyota that received it will keep you much safer than its competitors on the market.
What the Awards Mean
This year, Toyota won more of the Top Safety Pick and Top Safety Pick+ awards from IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) than any of the other automakers. In order to receive a Top Safety Pick+ award, a vehicle needs good ratings for head restraints, roof strength, side, and moderate overlap front tests; good or acceptable for small overlap front test; and superior or advanced ratings in front crash prevention.
The Prius is probably the most famous hybrid on the market, and it is a feature-filled Toyota vehicle. This sedan gets an impressive 51 mpg* on the highway and 48 in the city.
The Camry is one of the most popular Toyota sedans, offering the perfect option for families or individuals. It is affordable and reliable and has a sporty vibe.
The Prius V is a versatile vehicle, hence the name. It offers flexibility when configuring the cargo and seating as well as storage compartments, so despite being a hybrid, space is never an issue.
This SUV is one of the top options on the market, and with configurations available to seat eight passengers, it takes away the need for a minivan. There is even more cargo space than on previous models.
The Toyota Sienna proves that a station wagon can look cool. This functional wagon has three rows of seats and up to 150 cubic feet of storage with the rear two rows folded down.
To take any of these incredibly safe Toyotas for a test drive, visit Limbaugh Toyota in Birmingham, Alabama, and talk to one of the experts.
*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.
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