New Toyota Corolla Doesn't Impress In IIHS Small Overlap Test
Oct 08, 2013 12:40
The redesigned Toyota Corolla came out as one of the safer cars in a safety tests by Euro NCAP. But the US version of the car isn't doing so well in a new small overlap test.
The video below shows the worst case scenario taking place as the car hits the obstacle designed to obstruct 25 percent of its front end and the driver's head is violently swayed left and made to miss the airbag. It was somehow wedged between the deployed airbag and the door cards.
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