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Infiniti Q50 Excels in Safety

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On: Fri, Dec 20, 2013 at 9:06AM | By: Karen Cook

Infiniti Q50 Excels in Safety

If safety is high on your list of requirements in a new vehicle, Infiniti has a sports sedan for you. It recently received five stars from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration which is the highest possible ranking. The Q50 sports sedan was tested along with the Q50 3.7 and the Q50 Hybrid. The 3.7 received only four stars, but that’s still respectable. The final rating includes combined scores from frontal, side impact, and rollover crash tests. The tests are performed by theNational Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) and the testing procedures are severe and rigorous to insure passenger safety in all new vehicles.

All Q50 models come with a massive array of safety equipment standard, such as Infiniti’s Advanced Airbag System. This includes front seat-mounted side impact supplemental airbags and roof-mounted curtain side impact airbags for front and rear seat occupant head protection. Also standard are front seat belts with pretensions, load limiters, and seat belt reminders. The passenger compartment is built of ultra-high-strength reinforced steel and the body has front and rear crumple zones.

If that isn’t enough for you, other options are available such as Protective Forward Collision Warning (this tells you of a possible collision ahead on the road), Lane Departure Warning and Prevention, and Blind Spot Intervention with Moving Object Detection (so you don’t hit things you can’t see).

I’m happy knowing all those airbags are in there, but when they all deploy, is there still room for the people? Just askin’.


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