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► 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.
2013 Crash Test Honda Civic 4-door IIHS Small Overlap Test [Good]
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2013 Honda Civic 4-door 40 mph small overlap front crash test
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Crash Test: Ford Explorer vs. Ford Focus
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The folks at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety crash test a 2000
Ford Focus by T-boning it with a 1996 Ford Explorer at 31 miles per hour.
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Saiba como alguns carros vendidos no Brasil se saíram nos crash-testes
europeus. Veja o vídeo e confira a reportagem completa na edição nº
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