Volvo DL vs Chevy Citation | 1982 | Head-on Frontal Crash Test | NHTSA | CrashNet1

NHTSA Basic research in crashworthiness Symmetric Frontal: 1982 Volvo DL vs 1981 Chevrolet Citation Impact speed 35mph. 70mph closing speed A symmetric frontal car-to-car crash of a 1982 Volvo DL and a 1982 Chevrolet Citation was performed at impact speed of 35mph (70mph closing speed). Maximum crush of the 1982 Volvo DL was 26.7 inches. Maximum crush of the 1982 Chevy Citation was 25.0 inches. Both occupants of the Volvo complied with FMVSS 208 Injury Criteria. The right front passenger of the Citation complied with FMVSS 208 Injury Criteria for head, chest and femurs. The driver exceed the maximum left femur load of 2250lb with a peak 3200lb. Volvo: 3200lb Head Injury Criteria(HIC): Driver-300, Passenger-333 Chevy: 3170lb Head Injury Criteria(HIC): Driver-234, Passenger-335 -- Thumbs up for the crash dummies! More crash tests every week: Subscribe to CrashNet1! http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ikea55

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