One of the biggest requirements of any family car is that be safe. Chevy owners can rest easy because the 2013 models are accumulating more than their fair share of 5-star safety ratings. As a matter of fact, the Chevrolet has seven different vehicles that have earned 5-star safety ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)—more than any other manufacturer.
The safety ratings have been fairly dispersed over the various models available in the Chevy line-up, from the small Sonic to the workhorse Silverado 1500 Crew Cab. Other models receiving top marks include the Cruze, Volt, Impala, Traverse, and the Camaro Coupe. So no matter who is driving your family’s Chevrolet, everyone is safe.
“We design safety and crashworthiness into our vehicles very early in development,” said Gay Kent, GM’s general director of Vehicle Safety and Crashworthiness, in a press release on the Chevy 5-star safety ratings. “We are committed to offering advanced safety technologies on a broad range of models, not just on the most expensive vehicles. All of our vehicles are designed to provide continuous protection for customers before, during and after a crash.”
See our dealership today for a chance to experience the safety first-hand. Besides, even if you already own one, there’s no rule that says you can’t own two.