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Volvo S60 Earns Top Rating of “Good” in New IIHS Crash Test

August 16, 2012

The 2012-MY Volvo S60.
The 2012-MY Volvo S60.

ROCKLEIGH, NJ – Volvo’s S60 has earned the top rating possible, a rating of “Good,” in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's (IIHS) new small overlap frontal crash test. This result makes the S60 the highest-rated European luxury vehicle out of the 11 tested, Volvo stated.

"When we decided to build a world-class sports sedan we made sure it was a great Volvo first and foremost," said John Maloney, president and CEO of Volvo Cars of North America. "We set the benchmark on safety, and we continue to lead the crowd."

The video below shows the test that the S60 went through.

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