10 Safest Car Brands With Highest Safety Scores

Chrysler exclusively sells the Chrysler 300 sedan and two Pacifica minivans, one gasoline-only and one plug-in hybrid. The Chrysler 300's 8.5 safety score is the lowest.


Buick is targeting small and medium SUVs. The midsize Buick Enclave offers several modern safety features and a 9.9 safety score.


The Lexus LS car, for example, has never been independently crash tested. All evaluated vehicles score above 9.0 and feature significant standard safety tech.


Toyota offers approximately two dozen 2022 models, including sedans, minivans, and plug-in hybrid SUVs. Only the Toyota 4Runner SUV scored 8.7 for safety.


The 2022 Audi e-Tron GT, for example, hasn't been thoroughly tested. Due to its low production, the Audi R8 has never been crash tested by independent authorities.


Volkswagen's 2022 range includes the Jetta and Passat sedans and the ID.4 electric SUV and Taos subcompact SUV. All save the newest automobiles did well in crash testing.


The IIHS recognized the Maxima sedan and Murano SUV Top Safety Pick+ with 9.9 ratings.


Our Best Compact Car for the Money and IIHS Top Safety Pick+, the Honda Civic boasts a flawless safety score. Top Safety Pick+ and 10-out-of-10, the Insight joins the Civic.


Like other luxury automakers on this list, BMW's 8-Series sedan and X7 SUV are untested. The 2022 all-electric i4 car and iX SUV haven't been completely tested yet.


Ford now focuses on SUVs and trucks and improves safety. Its average safety score is among the best among so many automobiles.


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