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Safety Ratings.

NHTSA’s 5-Star Safety Ratings help consumers compare vehicle safety when searching for a car. More stars mean safer cars.

Combines driver and front passenger frontal barrier ratings into a single frontal rating. | Frontal Barrier Star Ratings: The frontal barrier test simulates a head-on collision between two similar vehicles. The test vehicle is crashed into a flat, rigid barrier at 35 mph.

Combines side barrier and side pole ratings into a single side rating.

The combined front seat rating is based on the front seat ratings of the side barrier and side pole tests. The combined rear seat rating is based on the rear seat side barrier star rating.

The side barrier test simulates an intersection collision between two vehicles. A moving non-rigid barrier, angled at 27 degrees, is crashed into the driver’s side of the test vehicle at 38.5 mph.

The side pole test simulates a vehicle colliding into a fixed object like a tree or utility pole. The test vehicle, angled at 75 degrees, is crashed into a rigid pole at 20 mph.

The rollover resistance test measures the risk of rollover in a single-vehicle, loss-of-control scenario.

Recalls & Safety Issues.

This is a record of safety issues for vehicles of this year, make, model and trim. If you are a vehicle owner, search for recalls by your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). The vehicle identification number tells you if your car is affected.

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Every vehicle has a unique VIN. Enter a VIN to learn if a specific vehicle needs to be repaired as part of a recall.

Recall information from this VIN lookup tool is provided by the manufacturer conducting the recall. NHTSA does not record VIN information or results provided through this tool.

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