Mazda Leads with Most TOP SAFETY PICK+ AWARDS FOR 2024

Mazda has received 5 TOP SAFETY PICK+ awards and 1 TOP SAFETY PICK award for its vehicles. 2024 Mazda3, Mazda3 Sport and CX-30 models, when equipped with optional forward collision prevention technology, were honored with the 2024 TOP SAFETY PICK+ Award.

In addition, the CX-50 (built after August 2023) and CX-90 MHEV also receive the TSP+ award with standard equipment. Meanwhile, the CX-90 PHEV was ranked next, Best choice for safety prize.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) stringent award criteria set new standards, focusing on enhanced frontal and side-impact protection, as well as advances in crash prevention, especially addressing pedestrian scenarios during the day and at night. IIHS President David Harkey asserts, “This year’s winners are true standouts, providing the highest level of protection for both vehicle occupants and other vulnerable road users.”

In its dedication to safety, Mazda’s commitment to safety goes beyond just protecting passengers; It extends to pedestrian protection as well. The company has precisely improved its collision avoidance systems to operate effectively in diverse lighting conditions, with an emphasis on advanced collision avoidance technologies. Furthermore, Mazda has standardized rear seatbelt pretensioners, load limiters and advanced side airbags across all models, putting it at the forefront of safety standards and ultimately propelling it to the top of the awards.

David Klann, President and CEO of MCI, underscores Mazda’s unwavering commitment to safety: “The most important thing about any of our vehicles is the people who drive them, and they trust our vehicles to keep them and their families safe. This is our top priority, and we challenge ourselves every day to continue Raising the bar so we can continue to earn that trust with every vehicle we make.

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