Although make, model and price may be the first things you look at when you're considering buying a new or used car, don't forget to check out the safety ratings as well.

Both the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) conduct crash tests and publish the results so that consumers can be well-informed before making a decision. These tests also encourage car manufacturers to find new safety technologies to boost their ratings as well as keep everyone a little safer on the road. Take the time to look at the results of frontal crash reports, side collisions, as well as rollover tests. All of this information can help you determine if the car you're considering will be safe for your family.

When you stop by MARK MITSUBISHI-NM for a test drive, talk with one of our professionals to learn more about safety ratings.

 

 

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