For Mazda safety is everything. Their motto is ‘We keep you safe so you can enjoy driving’. And it is that its advanced i-Activsense safety technologies allow you to drive relaxed at the wheel, with the confidence of knowing that both you and your occupants travel protected. In fact, systems such as Blind Spot Control, Lane Keeping Assist, Traffic Sign Recognition, as well as City Braking Assist, among many others; They work in unison to help you identify potential hazards, avoid collisions and reduce the severity of accidents when they are unavoidable.
In fact, the US Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) awarded all Mazda vehicles tested the highest possible score in 2021; specifically, the Mazda3 (Sedan and 5-door), the Mazda6, the Mazda CX-3, the Mazda CX-30 (models after September 2020), the Mazda CX-5 and the Mazda CX-9. To earn this rating, Mazda vehicles had to earn good ratings in all six safety evaluation categories assessed by the IIHS: 40% overlap semi-frontal crash, driver’s side 25% overlap semi-frontal crash, with 25% overlap on the passenger side, side impact, roof strength and head restraint performance. Mazda vehicles also earned advanced or higher scores in vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-pedestrian frontal impact prevention assessments, as well as good or fair headlamp scores.
“Safety is a top priority for Mazda , and as such, we are very pleased that every model that has undergone this testing has earned such a prestigious award as the 2021 IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK+. This achievement is a reflection of the That’s our commitment to our customers. Our customers expect Mazda to deliver advanced safety technologies combined with dynamic styling, so they can enjoy driving with the utmost confidence,” said Jeff Guyton , president of Mazda North American Operations.
So when Mazda says its cars are built to last, it means it. All models undergo an almost unimaginably demanding testing process, with the aim of making them more durable. Quite simply, it’s part of what Mazda means by building sustainable cars. And, to give this vision another twist, Mazda opened a new environmental testing laboratory at its headquarters in Hiroshima last year. We tell you everything in the gallery!