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Audi Ranks High in IIHS Safety Study

April 09, 2007

AUBURN HILLS, MI – The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has released the results of its latest study measuring the effectiveness of head restraint systems in a rear-end crash. Audi had three models, the A4, S4, and A6, rated as “good” by the IIHS. Audi’s three models were also rated “good” in head restraint tests.In the test, the IIHS simulates a rear-end collision by a vehicle traveling 20 mph. The IIHS then rates the effectiveness of the head restraints in preventing whip-lash injuries.The IIHS also rated the A4 and A6 models as “Top Safety Picks” in 2007 for their results in both frontal-offset and side collision tests.
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