GOTHENBERG, Sweden – While many manufacturers shout from the rooftop with news their latest vehicles have gained a 5-star crash rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin., Volvo Car Corp. stays quiet. Touting a single test result is a disservice to consumers, the company says, because it takes a myriad of tests and real world crash data to really prove how safe a vehicle is. “Safety is so much more than one test,” Stefan Nilsson, head of Volvo Cars Safety Center tells Ward's ...

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