2017 Ford Fusion IIHS crash test scores
Ford is a company committed to providing customers with the safest cars possible. The 2017 Ford Fusion just earned an award that will help it add to this reputation. The IIHS has named the new Fusion a Top Safety Pick Plus, the organization’s highest possible designation. The 2017 Ford Fusion IIHS crash test scores help to prove that this sedan is one of the safest cars on the road.
Fusion IIHS Crash Test Results
The 2017 Ford Fusion earned the highest possible score of “Good” in all five IIHS crash tests. Ford modified the front end of the new Fusion to help the car excel in the difficult small overlap front test that has stumped many vehicles in the past.
In addition to these scores, the addition of an active braking system enabled the Fusion’s front crash prevention rating to improve from “Basic” to “Superior.” This system is included as part of the available forward collision warning system. Systems like these have become a requirement for earning the Top Safety Pick Plus score.
Ford Fusion Government Safety Score
The Top Safety Pick Plus designation is not the only time the new Fusion has earned the highest possible score in a safety test. After government safety testing, the 2017 Fusion earned an overall score of five stars.
2017 Ford Fusion Safety Equipment
Every 2017 Ford Fusion comes with a long list of safety equipment. Standard and available safety features include a rearview camera, Ford MyKey system, Sync system with emergency crash-notifications, rear cross-traffic alerts, lane-departure warning and intervention system, forward collision warnings with brake priming and a driver drowsiness detection system.
Car-shoppers looking to take the 2017 Ford Fusion for a test drive can do so right here at Akins Ford. The new Fusion is now available in our inventory. Take a look at our selection to learn more about this great new car.