2017 Audi A4 Achieves TSP+ Award From IIHS

by SpeedLux

Because of its improved performance in the little overlap test, the 2017 Audi A4 has snatched a Top Safety Pick+ award, given by Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

The latest A4 scored top scores in all five crash classifications. For the 2016 design year, the A4 had obtained a “Poor” score in the little overlap test, making it disqualified for the award.

With regards to the 5 main crash tests, the sedan achieved highest rating for front crash prevention. In this classification, it was called Superior, the greatest possible rating offered by the firm in this classification. The A4 provides automated braking technology that can help avoid accidents with pedestrians and vehicles at speeds of up to 52 mph. Other safety innovations offered on the design consist of forward accident alert and adaptive cruise control with stop & go traffic congestion aid.

Due to its automatic braking innovation, the A4 tester had the ability to prevent a collision when taking a trip from 12 mph. In the 25 mph test, the A4 decreased the speed of an impact by 22 mph.

IIHS likewise rates automobile headlights, although for now acing this classification isn’t really crucial to making a Top Safety Pick award. The A4 received a rating of “Acceptable,” up from in 2015’s rating of “Marginal”.

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