Crash Test 2008 - Saturn (Discontinued) / Opel / Holden Astra (Side Impact) IIHS

Saturn Astra 2008 models SIDE IMPACT TEST WITH STANDARD SIDE AIRBAGS OVERALL EVALUATION: Marginal Injury measures Head protection Structure/safety cage Head/neck Torso Pelvis/leg Driver Good Acceptable Good Good Acceptable Rear passenger Good Poor Acceptable Good Important: Side impact crash test ratings can be compared across vehicle type and weight categories. Test details: The Saturn Astra was introduced in the 2008 model year. Injury measures: Driver — Measures taken from the dummy indicate that rib fractures and/or internal organ injuries would be possible in a crash of this severity. The risk of significant injuries to other body regions is low. Rear passenger — Measures taken from the dummy indicate that rib fractures and/or internal organ injuries as well as a left femur fracture would be possible in a crash of this severity. In addition, loading to the shoulder was excessive. Head protection: Driver — The dummys head was protected from being hit by any hard structures, including the intruding barrier, by a side curtain airbag that deployed from the roof and a side airbag that deployed from the seat. Rear passenger — The dummys head was protected from being hit by any hard structures, including the intruding barrier, by a side curtain airbag that deployed from the roof.

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