Chevrolet has recently took pride in announcing that many of its existing vehicle models in the market that bear the 2014 model year has received the 5-Star Overall Scores in terms of safety from the National Highway Safety Administration beating some of its closest rivals such as Toyota and Ford.
Based on the information provided by a press release that was published on the brand’s official media site dated September 20, 2013, seven of the Chevrolet models that bear the 2014 model year and are currently available in the market have obtained the 5-Star Overall Vehicle Scores from the NHTSA.
The brand on the said press release has also revealed that the models such as the Chevrolet Cruise, Impala, Volt, Traverse, Silverado 1500 Crew Cab, Camaro Coupe and the Sonic has received the NHTSA’s highest safety mark which is the 5-Star Overall Safety Score after these vehicles were subjected to the New Car Assessment Testing. Chevrolet also bragged that the Sonic was the first-ever and the only subcompact model that has successfully received such high mark.
Aside from the prestige that such accomplishments have brought to the models that were mentioned earlier, General Motors which is the parent company of Chevrolet explained that the recognitions that the vehicles have achieved were also considered as one of the most significant factors why many buyers decide to prioritize Chevy cars overs its competitors since most buyers currently takes the vehicle safety as one of the most important aspects that they were considering in buying their next vehicles.
In addition to that, such recognitions were also considered as a significant proof that the brand as well as General Motors are committed to provide its customers with the best car models in terms of vehicle safety with what they need.
Furthermore, Chevrolet has also pointed out that such recognitions have also proven that some of the active safety features such as the lane departure warning and the forward collision alert systems that are offered on a number of Chevy vehicles were quite essential in making the brand’s car models more reliable to the buying public. Chevrolet also stressed that the passive safety features offered on the models that were mentioned earlier were also crucial in allowing these vehicles to pass the tests conducted on them by the NHTSA.