There are those who advocate aesthetics when buying a car. Others look at the mechanical and some believe in the versatility of the vehicle when driving. But there are also those who observe in detail how safe are the cars that is going to buy. If you are one of those people, I recommend that you take a look at the list below we bring you: 5 more and less secure cars U.S. market.
5 safer Cars of 2013
The specialized web insure dot com presented a report on the most and least safe cars sold in the United States. The SUV and 4 × 4 large are those who earn the label of being the safest, while, on the contrary, the urban and utilitarian, are least safety offer to their passengers.
The safety of a car is one of the most valued aspects drivers in buying a vehicle. As in Europe, the United States conducted numerous crash tests and possible injury to occupants in a crash. Well, the site specialized insure dot com published a study that produces a ranking with the five safest cars and five less safe.
The top 5 of the safest list are GMC Sierra 1500 (SLE, SLT and Work Truck), the Porsche Cayenne, GMC Yukon (Denali and SLT), GMC Sierra 2500 SLE and the GMC Terrain SLE1.
The 5 less safe cars
There is also a top 5 of the least integrated security offering are the Fiat 500 (Lounge, CLounge, Sport, Pop and CPOP), the Kia Rio 5 (LX and SX), Toyota Corolla L, Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart and the Mercedes-Benz CL600.