Explore the 2022 Honda HR-V Safety Ratings
Are you looking to upgrade to the new Honda HR-V? If so, likely done a bulk of research on the vehicle from comparing it to the Honda CR-V to learning all about its interior features. But do you know what the 2022 Honda HR-V safety ratings are? You’ll be happy to know that for the second year in a row, Honda Safety has garnered high ratings from the top safety experts for the Honda HR-V. Keep reading to learn more about the Honda HR-V safety ratings with Wolfchase Honda.
Honda HR-V Safety Ratings: Auto Expert Safety Scores
Arlington shoppers looking for reliable sources when it comes to vehicle safety can always turn to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Both of them have awarded the 2022 Honda HR-V their highest safety ratings. Take a look at how they break down:
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
The Honda HR-V safety ratings from the Highway Safety (IIHS) are clear indicators of how the robust HR-V is designed to hold up in the event of a collision*. display how the vehicle and its components hold up in the event of a collision*. Here are the Honda HR-V safety ratings provided by the IIHS:
- Small overlap front, driver and passenger side: Good*
- Moderate overlap front: Good*
- Side: Good*
- Roof strength: Good*
- Head restraints and seats: Good*
Crash Avoidance & Mitigation
- Front crash prevention: Superior with optional equipment (highest possible rating)*
- Headlights: Acceptable*
- Child seat anchors (LATCH) ease of use: Acceptable*
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) performs vehicle crash tests and provides ratings on a five-star scale. The NHTSA gave the following Honda HR-V safety ratings:
conducts crash tests and rates on a five-star scale. Their Honda HR-V safety ratings are:
- Overall Rating: 5 Stars**
- Frontal Crash: 4 Stars**
- Side Crash: 5 Stars**
- Rollover: 4 Stars**
Honda Safety Features Found in the Honda HR-V
In addition to its strong, ACE™ body structure, the HR-V is also well-equipped with premier Honda safety features like the Honda Sensing safety system. Check out some of the advanced Honda HR-V safety features that will give you peace of mind on Memphis roads:
- Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) will initiate the vehicle’s brakes if it senses a collision with the vehicle in front of you.
- Road Departure Mitigation System (RDM) is a camera that detects road markings and alerts if you swerving into a different lane.
- Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) maintains a preset following distance.
- Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS)detects if your car is drifting from your lane and will automatically adjust your steering back to the center.
- Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) employs a camera to detect and notify you of speed limit signs.
Stay Safe on Bartlett Roads with a New Honda HR-V
Take on your daily Cordova commute with confidence from behind the wheel of a new Honda HR-V. Contact us if you’d like a test drive and see Honda safety technology in action!
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*For more information from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, visit https://www.iihs.org.
**Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) New Car Assessment Program. For additional information on the 5-Star Safety Ratings program, please visit www.safercar.gov. Model tested with standard side airbags.