Expect a low class average for passenger cars when results of a new side-impact test are revealed early next year, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) says. Suzuki Aerio earns "best pick" designation for frontal crashworthiness from Insurance Institute of Highway Safety. “We expect that most cars will do poorly,” an IIHS spokesman tells Ward’s as the organization releases encouraging results for frontal crashworthiness. Each of five vehicles tested most recently for ...

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