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anyone loves a car? want to know how safe it is?

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this topic is open all the days! want to know how safe your or your favorite car is?

official topic!

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please name a car and i will find you a crash test video of it with stars and rating!

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here is the info of the crash: The Ford Mustang was redesigned for the 2005 model year and modified beginning with 2007 models manufactured after May 2007 to reduce the likelihood of door opening in frontal offset crashes (note: information about when a specific vehicle was manufactured is on the certification label typically affixed to the car on or near the driver door).

Two tests of a 2007 Mustang convertible were conducted, one before the door modifications were made, and one after. During the first crash test, the window glass in the down position pushed on the driver door latch linkage, and the door opened. Ford responded by adding structure in the doors to prevent the window glass from contacting the latch mechanism and asked the Institute to test the Mustang again. In the second test, the driver door did not open.

The two cars are rated separately, but the overall rating for each is Acceptable.

Restraints/dummy kinematics — Dummy movement was reasonably well controlled. The dummy's head hit the A-pillar, which bent downward and inward during the crash.

Injury measures — Measures taken from the neck and chest indicate low risk of injuries to these body regions in a crash of this severity. A high head acceleration occurred when the dummy's head hit the steering wheel through the airbag, indicating that head injuries would be possible. Forces on the right tibia indicate that lower leg injuries would also be possible. Head acceleration from the A-pillar hit was low.

meaning it receive a good rating

thank for the suggestion

also here is the full crash test:

overall rating as 5 stars

results of the Mustangs also applies to the Shelby!

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No offense... but...

You can get pretty much all this info from wikipedia and Euro NCAP (under freedom of info act), so... you're just copy pasting stuff? (plus a video easily searched on youtube) Not as if you can offer anything unique like personal knowledge. All you added was 'meaning it receive a good rating'...

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No offense... but...

You can get pretty much all this info from wikipedia and Euro NCAP (under freedom of info act), so... you're just copy pasting stuff? (plus a video easily searched on youtube) Not as if you can offer anything unique like personal knowledge. All you added was 'meaning it receive a good rating'...

oh sorry

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type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344"></embed></object>" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" width="425" height="350">

here is the info of the crash: The Ford Mustang was redesigned for the 2005 model year and modified beginning with 2007 models manufactured after May 2007 to reduce the likelihood of door opening in frontal offset crashes (note: information about when a specific vehicle was manufactured is on the certification label typically affixed to the car on or near the driver door).

Two tests of a 2007 Mustang convertible were conducted, one before the door modifications were made, and one after. During the first crash test, the window glass in the down position pushed on the driver door latch linkage, and the door opened. Ford responded by adding structure in the doors to prevent the window glass from contacting the latch mechanism and asked the Institute to test the Mustang again. In the second test, the driver door did not open.

The two cars are rated separately, but the overall rating for each is Acceptable.

Restraints/dummy kinematics — Dummy movement was reasonably well controlled. The dummy's head hit the A-pillar, which bent downward and inward during the crash.

Injury measures — Measures taken from the neck and chest indicate low risk of injuries to these body regions in a crash of this severity. A high head acceleration occurred when the dummy's head hit the steering wheel through the airbag, indicating that head injuries would be possible. Forces on the right tibia indicate that lower leg injuries would also be possible. Head acceleration from the A-pillar hit was low.

meaning it receive a good rating

thank for the suggestion

also here is the full crash test:

overall rating as 5 stars

results of the Mustangs also applies to the Shelby!

how so? they are different cars like decades between them... safety has probably come a long way since the gt500

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