DETROIT, March 21 (Reuters) - Five out of six midsized cars earned top grades in frontal crash tests, while scores for three of the new family sedans improved over their previous models, the U.S. insurance group that conducted the tests said on Sunday. "These results show how automakers have improved the structural designs of vehicles to protect occupants better in serious frontal crashes," Adrian Lund, the chief operating officer of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), said ...
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