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IIHS Crashworthiness Rating: Marginal

Crashworthiness refers to how well a vehicle protects its occupants in acrash. Each vehicle's crashworthiness evaluation is based on performancein a 40 mph frontal offset crash test. Ratings depend on how well thestructure/safety cage protects the occupant compartment, the risk ofinjury measured for an average-size male, and how well the restraintsystem controls occupant movement. Rankings of vehicles with similaroverall crash test ratings are based on how well head restraints andbumpers are designed to prevent neck injuries in rear-end crashes andproperty damage in low-speed crashes.
 

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Originally posted by petsnowman
Who uses their femur anyway?
everyone...........its a part of your leg
 

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He didn't hit head on = he got lucky.

But look at the way it crumpled. Thats terrible.
 

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Originally posted by TRDpowr00
mike i know that u didn't go out and buy a neon. j/k i was looking at buying one when i got back. so whats up man
You should have bought one. Torque is great.
 
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