Mazda Scores High On Safety

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Every Mazda tested for 2017 earns IIHS “Top Safety Pick+” rating.

Mazda Canada has announced that its 2017 Mazda CX-5 compact crossover SUV has earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) “Top Safety Pick+” designation, the nonprofit institution’s highest rating.

In addition, the company says that every 2017 model year Mazda vehicle tested by IIHS has been rated a Top Safety Pick+, when equipped with optional front crash-prevention and specific headlights.

“Our Mazda Proactive Safety Philosophy guides us to develop cars and crossover SUVs that are nimble and direct-feeling to help a driver avoid incidents altogether. Our vehicles are designed and engineered to help protect the driver and passengers if a collision happens,” said Masashi Otsuka, VP of research and development, Mazda North American Operations. “To Mazda, safety is about empowering the driver as much as helping to protect him or her.”

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