Thanks for sharing that news story. It was very eye opening. Sounds like Volvo has its act together, but it does make me worry about my Jeep.Bmw, Mercedes & Volvo are ok?
Right at the end of the news piece, the reporter specifically mentioned that Mercedes, BMW and Volvo were the only manufacturers with notably strong seats in all of their makes and models.Thank you for sharing. This is very concerning. How does Volvo do in this aspect? Specifically the new xc90? Most of the crash tests I saw before ordering one were either head, side or off road crashes. Nothing from behind.
Can you share your thoughts on how arrived at Volvo having its act together gweempose?
Jeep is one of the only automakers left that doesn't include side airbags as a standard feature in every model. There are plenty of things to worry about if you've chosen one.Thanks for sharing that news story. It was very eye opening. Sounds like Volvo has its act together, but it does make me worry about my Jeep.
No no no, plenty here were quite sure in a different thread that weight didn't make a difference in vehicle safety.This is just heartbreaking. Buy the biggest and safest car you can and leave the rest up to fate.
From what I've read, the 3rd row is statistically as safe (or safer) than the 2nd row, given the fact that most fatal collisions are frontal, followed by side, and followed far, far back by rear-enders.That family is putting their kids in the 3rd row, which btw is a terrible place for kids to be in.