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Nissan Crash Test Ratings By Model

When you’re looking at Nissan, you want to consider safety. With so many features packed into each model, such as air bags, anti-lock brakes and more, you can rest easily knowing that your family is protected in every model there is for the model year.

To be in the safest vehicle possible, you have to take a look at the crash test ratings, which tests every aspect of the vehicle. Below you will find the crash test ratings of each model that Nissan has on the line for 2013 based upon currently released data:

Altima – The Altima has received 5 stars in all of the major areas including side and front as well as a 4 star rating for rollover assistance.

Cube – The Cube has been given a Good in all categories which includes roof strength and rear crash protection.

Juke – The Juke has received 4 and 5 stars in most categories. They scored a 3 star in front overall as well as front passenger’s side.

Versa – The Versa has received predominantly 4 stars in all categories with the exception of a 5 star in side – pole as well as a 3 star in front overall, side front seat, side barrier and front passenger’s.

Some of the other models in the Nissan line-up for 2013 including the GT-R and the Murano have yet to be rated but they are packed with a tremendous amount of safety features, leaving them to be some of the safest vehicles you can find on the road today.

Each of the vehicles has unique passenger capacities and interior features. Based upon what you need for your family and the horsepower under the hood, you will need to determine which model is right for you.

When you take a drive down to the Montgomeryville Nissan dealership on Bethlehem Pike, you will be able to check out all of the models firsthand and take them for a test drive. For added convenience, you can schedule an appointment with a sales team member from the website. Then come in and learn about all of the crash test ratings for yourself.