WHAT ARE THE SAFETY TEST RESULTS OF MAZDA6 VEHICLES?
THE SAFETY FEATURES OF A 2019 MAZDA6
When you are purchasing a new car, how high on your priority list are the car’s safety features? Did you know that the 2019 Mazda6 was recently awarded an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) 2019 top safety pick? Do you know what the safety features of a 2019 Mazda6 include? Let’s jump in!
HOW DOES A CAR WIN A TOP SAFETY PICK AWARD?
There are six ratings that the IIHS look at to determine the safety of a vehicle. These include moderate overlap front, driver-side small overlap front, passenger-side overlap front side, roof strength, and head restraints and seats. In order to win an IIHS top safety pick award, a car must earn a score of “good” on each of these six tests.
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC SAFETY FEATURES IN A 2019 MAZDA6?
All Mazda6 models are now equipped with i-ACTIVSENSE® technology. These are safety features that include advanced smart city brake support, pedestrian detection, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, lane departure warning, lane-kept assistance, smart brake support, and radar cruise control.
Other safety features include advanced front airbags, front side-impact airbags, and side-impact air curtains, a rearview camera, and LED headlights that adjust with the amount of light outdoors. All of these technologies work together to provide you, the driver, a better and safer driving experience.
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PEACE OF MIND PROVIDED BY THE MAZDA6
There are many distractions while in the driver’s seat of a vehicle these days. These can include smartphones, pedestrians, signs, and other passengers. Mazda takes pride in designing their cars for drivers and giving them an extra sense of safety. Knowing that you are driving a top-rated safe car gives you, the driver, comfort, and peace of mind.
Your car will alert you when you are approaching another vehicle too fast, or if there is a pedestrian you did not see. This comfort and peace of mind are not only with you while you are in the driver’s seat, but it also remains with you if you have a loved one in the driver’s seat.