Nissan Sentra named Top Safety Pick Plus

Autos Apr 16, 2016 Ajax News Advertiser

The U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has upgraded the 2016 Nissan Sentra to its highest rating of Top Safety Pick+ when equipped with optional Forward Emergency Braking technology.

The Sentra had previously held the agency's Top Safety Pick designation prior to IIHS confirmation of the required front crash prevention technology performance.

For this year, IIHS has tightened its standards by requiring a "Good" or better rating in all five of the crashworthiness categories to earn a Top Safety Pick and making an available front crash prevention system mandatory for all awards.

To earn the IIHS Top Safety Pick+ designation, a vehicle must earn a "Good" or better on all five crashworthiness categories.

Sentra joins the 2016 Altima, Maxima and Murano in earning the IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus rating.

Metroland Media

Nissan Sentra named Top Safety Pick Plus

Autos Apr 16, 2016 Ajax News Advertiser

The U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has upgraded the 2016 Nissan Sentra to its highest rating of Top Safety Pick+ when equipped with optional Forward Emergency Braking technology.

The Sentra had previously held the agency's Top Safety Pick designation prior to IIHS confirmation of the required front crash prevention technology performance.

For this year, IIHS has tightened its standards by requiring a "Good" or better rating in all five of the crashworthiness categories to earn a Top Safety Pick and making an available front crash prevention system mandatory for all awards.

To earn the IIHS Top Safety Pick+ designation, a vehicle must earn a "Good" or better on all five crashworthiness categories.

Sentra joins the 2016 Altima, Maxima and Murano in earning the IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus rating.

Metroland Media

Nissan Sentra named Top Safety Pick Plus

Autos Apr 16, 2016 Ajax News Advertiser

The U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has upgraded the 2016 Nissan Sentra to its highest rating of Top Safety Pick+ when equipped with optional Forward Emergency Braking technology.

The Sentra had previously held the agency's Top Safety Pick designation prior to IIHS confirmation of the required front crash prevention technology performance.

For this year, IIHS has tightened its standards by requiring a "Good" or better rating in all five of the crashworthiness categories to earn a Top Safety Pick and making an available front crash prevention system mandatory for all awards.

To earn the IIHS Top Safety Pick+ designation, a vehicle must earn a "Good" or better on all five crashworthiness categories.

Sentra joins the 2016 Altima, Maxima and Murano in earning the IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus rating.

Metroland Media