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2017 Kia Forte earns Top Safety Pick+ award

Structural improvements to the 2017 Kia Forte have boosted its performance in the IIHS small overlap front crash test. The small car is available with a superior-rated front crash prevention system and good headlights.



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Mazda CX-5 earns Top Safety Pick+ award

The redesigned small SUV has good crashworthiness ratings across the board and standard front crash prevention with automatic braking. It also is available with acceptable-rated headlights.



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Three large cars win top award from IIHS

The Lincoln Continental, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and the Toyota Avalon come out at the top of a group of six large cars recently evaluated by IIHS and earn the Top Safety Pick+ award. The Tesla Model S, the Chevrolet Impala and the Ford Taurus come up short.



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Claim rates go up where marijuana is legal

Collision claim rates have increased 3 percent in Colorado, Oregon and Washington, after recreational marijuana use was legalized in those states.



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Chevrolet Bolt earns IIHS Top Safety Pick award

The Chevrolet Bolt is the first all-electric vehicle to earn a 2017 award from IIHS.



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Mazda CX-9 earns Top Safety Pick+ award

The midsize SUV qualifies for the top award from IIHS, thanks to across-the-board good crashworthiness ratings, a superior-rated front crash prevention system and acceptable-rated headlights.



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Most midsize SUV headlights are marginal or poor

Headlights are improving, but many still need to do a better job of lighting the road ahead while limiting glare. Among midsize SUVs rated by IIHS, only the Hyundai Santa Fe and the Volvo XC60 are available with good headlights.



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IIHS launches Facebook page

IIHS has long been a trusted source of information about ways to reduce deaths, injuries and property damage from crashes. Now the Institute is broadening the audience for that sought-after knowledge by launching a Facebook page.



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Stronger economy means higher death rate

The risk of dying in a crash in a late-model vehicle has gone up slightly because of the stronger economy. A new study predicts traffic deaths will fall only slightly over the coming years, given current economic forecasts.



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