Consumers paying top dollar for luxury automobiles might expect nothing but the best in vehicle performance, but most would be sadly mistaken if they believed the quality of their vehicles extended to matters of safety, according to the results of a new study. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) tested the performance of 11 midsize model-year 2012 luxury and “near luxury” cars in what it called “small overlap frontal crashes,” a type of crash that affects the vehicle’s vulnerable edges, such as when a car strikes a tree, pole, or clips the backside of another vehicle. Frontal overlap crashes ... Read More
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