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June 29, 2022 0 20:36 How To Shorten Ford Flathead Torque Tube – Model A Shop Truck June 29, 2022 Comment (37) Full ratings from this morning's press release: The new 2021 Ford Bronco 4-door, a midsize SUV, falls short of an award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety because its head restraints fail to provide good protection against whiplash injuries and its headlights provide inadequate illumination on curves. To qualify for either of the Institute’s two awards, vehicles must earn good ratings in six IIHS crashworthiness evaluations, including the driver-side small overlap front, passenger-side small overlap front, moderate overlap front, original side, roof strength and head restraint tests. They must also be available with a front crash prevention system that earns advanced or superior ratings in both the vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-pedestrian evaluations. The Bronco earns good ratings for five out of six crashworthiness tests. However, it earns a lower rating of acceptable in the head restraint test because the neck of the test dummy was subject to moderate force in a simulated rear-end crash. IIHS evaluates the geometry of head restraints in passenger vehicles based on the height and backset relative to an average-size male. A restraint should be at least as high as the head's center of gravity, or about 3.5 inches below the top of the head. The backset, or distance behind the head, should be as small as possible. The Bronco meets these criteria. However, in a test simulating a stationary vehicle being struck from behind by a vehicle of the same weight traveling 20 mph, the seat did not provide enough support for the occupant’s head and neck to earn a good rating. The Bronco’s two available front crash prevention systems also meet the award criteria with superior and advanced ratings in the vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-pedestrian tests. However, the two available headlight systems fall short. For the lower-tier Top Safety Pick award, at least one good or acceptable headlight system must be available. For the higher-tier Top Safety Pick+ good or acceptable headlights must be standard across all trims. Both headlight systems available on the Bronco earn marginal ratings because their low beams do not illuminate the road to a far enough distance on curves. Reply Bronco safety is good, just don’t wanna hurt my legs though. And then there’s the wind noise… Reply Wow customers waiting over a year for theirs but iihs has loads to smash into walls. Nice ford Reply Proof Ford is actually good: Reply hahahahahahahahha i thought it was a car from the 80's. Seeing how much damage it did and how it looked. And i was like: oohh that looks normal for such an age. And then the video shot went to the interior. Reply nice, finally a safe suv Reply Fastest way to remove your wheel molding trim! Reply Bless my 2001 PT Cruiser. It's still going strong! Reply Ford Tough! Reply That hurt to watch It's For Safety.It's For Safety.It's For Safety. Breathe in Breathe out. Reply I would like to see them test the Sasquatch package without the crash bars in front. Reply 1 problem with this test. The driver side window was down. The side airbag was pushed out of the window. If this is how they test all cars then it’s fine but otherwise the window should be up. Reply partout? Reply The windshield didn’t even crack, how impressive! Reply At least it doesn't roll over like the jeeps do. Reply Wow the way the wheel folded back instead of just going directly back into the cabin. Nice Reply Well I detest this company but I am actually impressed with the satisfactory crash tests. Reply Wow it did pretty good Reply Let’s be honest here, jeeps are getting old Reply Built to break but keeps em safe ! Reply Impressive. The wrangler is a death trap compared to this. Reply So you mean a Toyota prius is safer than that shit? Reply Driver is walking away from that head on collision Reply FCA: “MOTHERF%#@KER! *throws papers in the air Reply Geeze! Both hands on the wheel and he still hits the barrier. What a dummy! Reply Never thought I’d be alive to see this model year of Bronco getting crash tested, but ayyeeeee Reply Great to see that the A pillar didn't fold in. I wished they had shown the footwell. Unfortunately most cars do not have good headlights. Adaptive headlights, on cars so equipped, are great as far as turning on brights when possible and following the steering wheel; some need to be brighter though. Reply Reality is pay attention and watch for idiots, that'll really keep you truly safe without all of the latest safety equipment. Reply saftey ruined car design … Reply side air bag in the rear doesnt look right… no? Reply It would be good to see how the Sasquatch package performs. Gotta see how much not having crash bars will effect the safety Reply Dead Reply We need better diagonal support from airbag, that corner it's too far Reply Interesting that Ford failed to pass these tests considering it's a brand new design and Ford knew what the design specs were going in. Just shows me that Ford still doesn't care about the safety of their customers. Can you say Pinto Reply Excelent Reply This is a message to everyone. Death rates for car crashes are skyrocketing.Just because you drive a "safe" car, doesn't mean you have the right to drive like an idiot. Reply Dang, the windshield didn't even crack… Reply LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.