Top 5 Safe Cars To Buy 2021

Top 5 Safe Cars To Buy 2021

Safe Cars

Have you gone with the wind or a tide of a legion of cars in the market? Emphatically it’s a powerful swirl at the hands of established car companies that they play a pun on its customers by weaving upfront a pool of cars.

Beneath the pandemic’s current lies a great world of cars which hasn’t gotten anywhere down from the accessible quotient of the customers and the aspirant riders are but concerned with the safety profile of their dream cars, and come what may, they seek to juice out the best of painstaking cars from the showrooms. 

The NHTSA and IIHS have got their own pattern and fashion in which they leave the car companies as stupefied with the results they pull out.

Engine collisions, crash tests, and simulation sessions would anyhow be falling in the pockets of the NHTSA and the cars are then rated out of 5-star ratings.

IIHS on the other hand does the job of evaluating the highs and lows of the features of the car, headlight functioning, and majorly the crashworthiness. 

As the year 2020 ends, let’s hover your iris on some great safe cars which this year has poured us with. 

Ford Edge $31,000

Ford Edge sits nearly atop the pinnacle of safe cars as the occupants can range from 1 to 5 and can be laden easily inside in its kingdom. 

Terrific set of standard safety features, world-class fuel efficiency level, and a profuse cabin emanating grandeur in every breathe of the engine. 

Stars did turn in favor of Ford Edge and made it emblazoned with a five on five stars by NHTSA while the IIHS thrust upon the car a top safety pick. 

Ford edge comes with a plethora of safety features including 

  • Rear cross-traffic alert
  • Emergency braking
  • Automatic high-beams
  • Rain-sensing windshield wipers
  • Rear parking sensors
  • Ford’s co-pilot 360 
  • Lane-keep assist

And much of the other great features fall short of describing the grand profile of the Ford Edge. Some onboard safety features profile includes, 

  • Lane-centering assist
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Automatic parking assist
  • 180-degree camera system
  • Evasive steering assist
  • Front parking sensors
  • Adaptive headlights

Hyundai Tucson $23,350

With only a granule of dearth and lackings, the Hyundai Tucson swings on the very verge of being called a safe car. The performing attitude and the efficiency status did pull the car as that of carb does. 

Wealthy arrangements of standard safety features and the most reliable and affordable car of all time the Tucson is.

On inflicted with a session of introspection, the NHTSA threw a 5-star overall rating to the car and with an intensive impact of the Hyundai’s performance stance, Tucson did receive a top safety pick. Some standard safety features are

  • Forward collision warning
  • Lane-keeping assist
  • Driver drowsiness monitoring
  • Automatic emergency braking

Post upgrading features list goes this way

  • Blind-spot monitoring
  • Lane departure warning
  • Pedestrian safety detection
  • Rear cross-traffic alert
  • Surround-view camera system

Chevrolet Equinox $23,800

With a refined list of powerful drivetrains, boastful handling, and a set of user-friendly tech-savvy features, the Chevy Equinox has bagged its spot in the middle of the top safety cars. 

However, the car is low on its inner spacing and falls short fitting much of the occupants. 

Be it running into a lamppost or a total hullabaloo caused by an accident, the crashworthiness of the car was praised and lauded by the NHTSA and earned a 5-star rating but on the other hand, the IIHS gave that too, a decent score on 6 crash tests. 

Some standard safety features are

  • Rearview camera
  • Forward collision warning
  • Automatic forward emergency braking
  • Lane departure warning
  • Lane keep assist
  • Rear seat reminder mechanism
  • Chevrolet’s teen driver setting platform

An upheaval in the safety profile includes

  • Safety seat alert
  • Rear parking sensors
  • Blind-spot monitoring system
  • Surround-view camera system 
  • An adaptive cruise control system
  • Rear cross-traffic alert system

Subaru Ascent $31,995

Pootling confidently and safely, the Subaru Ascent surely boasts its accents upon the roads of competition. In the SUV ranking list, the Subaru Ascent earns the third spot.

In the realms of a long-scattered spacious cabin, the Ascent can comfortably fit in somewhat 8 occupants with ease, featuring an all-wheel-drive as standard, a decent and a presentable cabin, upscale inner kingdom, and a bounteous cargo area.

NHTSA furled down a 5-star rating to the Subaru Ascent and the IIHS poured in a top-safety pick to the car. 

Features made available to all the Ascents are

  • Post-collision braking system
  • The automated emergency braking system
  • Rear-view camera
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Lane keep assist

Some upscale enchanting features of Subaru Eye-sight are

  • Blind-spot monitoring system
  • Surround-view camera system
  • Driver assistant technology suite
  • Rear cross-traffic alert system
  • Automated high-beams
  • The reverse automated braking system

Volkswagen Tiguan $24,945

German hands of finesse and perfection always stand out from the herd. This beast by Volkswagen framed and named in the body of Tiguan is not a pretentious SUV but rather is self-proclaimed in every sense. 

Brimmed with all the tactics of a competitive samurai, the conveniently swirled with reliability and credible badging of Volkswagen makes the Tiguan an ‘on an everyday pick’ by the buyers seeking an SUV with a commodious third-row seating.

Although tested with a side-crash-testing by the NHTSA, the interrogative team hasn’t fully wrenched the car for any tests but gave a five-star rating for the side-crash test and a quadruple 4 rating for its roll-over test while the IIHS caressed the car with a top-safety-pick-on-the-back. 

Till 2020 with only a rear-view camera kept as standard, the 2020 Tiguan has unfolded more features like

  • Pedestrian detection system
  • Blindspot monitoring
  • Forward collision warning system
  • Rear cross-traffic alert system
  • The automated emergency braking system

Some features still float as optional for Tiguan 

  • Adaptive headlights
  • High-beams
  • Lane departure warning system
  • Lane-keeping assist
  • Surround-view camera function
  • Adaptive cruise control
Volkswagen Tiguan R-Line