http://www.euroncap.com/tests/honda_civic_2001/94.aspx Frontal Impact takes place at 64 Km/h, 40% of the width of the car striking a deformable barrier. In the side impact, a mobile deformable barrier impacts the driver's door at 50 km/h. In the pole test, the car tested is propelled sideways at 29km/h into a rigid pole.
2001 Honda Civic Coupe Vs. 2003 Chevrolet Silverado IIHS-Style Frontal Impact
SIlverado was moving at 40.5 Km/h while the Civic was moving at 65 Km/h, in
this 40% offset test.
Chest G's 45-29
Left Femur 2682-3067
Right Femur 4488-154
Chest G's 30-30
Left Femur 3411-2995
Right Femur 3250-1558
*Look at the driver's footwell*
Ford F150 and Honda Civic frontal crash test by IIHS
When large, truck-based SUVs collide with passenger cars or minivans, the
results can be devastating for the occupants of the latter.
But fatalities in such accidents are on the decrease in the United States
thanks to measures employed by automakers. Traffic deaths are down 64
percent since the year 2000 due to changes in automobile design such as
lower bumpers for SUVs and better-protect cabin cells for passenger cars.
In 2000, the death rate for car and minivan passengers in collisions with
trucks or SUVs was 44 deaths per million. That came down to 16 deaths per
million by 2009.
The study was conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, a
private-sector group based in Arlington, Virginia.
"By working together, the automakers got life-saving changes done quickly,"
said Joe Nolan, the institute's chief administrative officer.
Crash Test 2001 - 2005 Honda Civic (Frontal Impact)
FRONTAL OFFSET TEST
OVERALL EVALUATION: Good
Structure/safety cage Injury measures Restraints/dummy kinematics
Head/neck Chest Leg/foot, left Leg/foot, right
Good Good Good Good Good Good
Important: Frontal crash test ratings can be compared only among vehicles
of similar weight.
The Honda Civic was redesigned for the 2001 model year.
Restraints/dummy kinematics — Dummy movement was well controlled. During
rebound, the dummy's head hit the roof rail and B-pillar.
Injury measures — Mesures taken from the dummy indicate a low risk of any
significant injuries in a crash of this severity. Head accelerations from
the roof rail and B-pillar hits were low.
2009 Chevy Malibu vs 1959 Bel Air Crash Test
This crash test between a modern sedan and the classic 1959 Chevrolet Bel
Air shows just how far passenger protection has come in the last fifty
years. The Institute for Highway Safety staged the test to commemorate its
50th anniversary. Find more crash tests on our web site:
► 2012 Honda Civic CRASH TEST
Honda's commitment to safety is embodied by the term 'Safety for Everyone'
which means safety for drivers, passengers, pedestrians and all road users.
This was at the forefront of the minds of the designers of the new Civic,
unveiled in September. One of the ways that this is achieved in the new
Civic is through the Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body
structure, a front-mounted polygonal frame that is designed to prevent the
cabin becoming deformed by distributing forces away from the passenger
compartment. The new Civic also provides sophisticated pedestrian
protection features, including windscreen wiper pivots designed to break
away on impact and energy absorbing front wing mounts. The new Civic,
developed specifically for the European market, will be offered exclusively
as a five-door hatchback and will compete in the C-segment. It will reach
European showrooms in early 2012.
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Honda Civic | 2011 | Side Crash Test | High Speed Camera | NHTSA Full Length Test
Honda Civic 4 door sedan 2011
Overall: 3 Stars
Frontal: 4 Stars
Side: 2 Stars
Rollover: 4 Stars
Overall vehicle score and frontal crash ratings should ONLY be compared to
other vehicles of similar size and weight.
Crash test dummies representing an average-sized adult
male and a small-sized adult female are placed in the driver
and rear passenger seats (driver's side), respectively, and are
secured with seat belts. The side crash rating represents an
intersection-type collision by having a 3,015-pound barrier
moving at 38.5 mph (62km/h) into a standing vehicle. The moving
barrier is covered with material that is crushable to replicate
the front of a vehicle.
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Crash test dummies representing an average-sized adult male and a
small-sized adult female are placed in the driver and front passenger
seats, respectively, and are secured with seat belts. Vehicles are crashed
into a fixed barrier at 35 mph (56.3km/h), which is equivalent to a head-on
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