2009 Fozzie XT Ltd 4EAT
No.So my question for you is: if both the Mazda and CX-5 received all Good ratings for front, side, etc. crashes, would they both protect you equally as well in a collision such as this one? Thanks for your input.
So a Good rating for one vehicle isn't equal to a Good rating for another? If this is the case, when they crash test vehicles, they should use a number system from 1-100, so people can tell how much better one vehicle will protect them as opposed to another. To the ordinary person that is vehicle shopping and looking at safety ratings, if they see 2 vehicles that are both rated Good in all crash categories, they would assume that both would protect them equally. See what I mean?No.
This is due to Subaru's ring-shaped reinforcement frame. It is so strong that firefighters had to be issued special instructions on how to cut when it was first introduced.
What makes a Subaru, a Subaru: Subaru Ring-Shaped Reinforcement Frame
2014 Subaru Forester Body Structure | Boron Extrication
Yes.See what I mean?