Ford’s latest models reach the top of the safety charts. Read on and see why the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E and Ford Explorer earn IIHS’s Top Safety Pick. Visit Harrisonburg Ford to test drive these great models today.
Over the past couple of years, Ford has done a stellar job bringing Innovative vehicles to market and ensuring that they offer the highest level of safety possible. The automaker has introduced a comprehensive safety suite that has, in part, enabled the 2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E and 2023 Ford Explorer to earn top ratings by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS).
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America’s favorite automaker delivers a comprehensive safety package via its Ford Co-Pilot 360 technology. This Innovative tech works alongside you as the driver to give you the best and safest experience when you're on the road.
As part of this comprehensive safety suite, drivers can utilize features including Lane Keeping Assist, Pre-Collision with Automatic Emergency Braking, A Blind Spot Information System with Cross Traffic Alert, Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, and more great safety features.
If you're hitching on a trailer or are backing into a parking spot, many great safety assists will allow you to do just that. A Blind Spot Monitoring Trailer Package, a Trailer Backup Assist package, and a rearview camera are just some of the few features you can utilize for a safer drive.
In analyzing the Mustang Mach-E, the IIHS has given the Mach-E a “good” rating in every safety category available. This makes the Mustang Mach-E the first all-electric midsize SUV to receive top scores during March’s testing. When equipped with specific headlights, the Mach-E has also been recognized as a Top Safety Pick.
The IIHS has also recognized the 2023 Ford Explorer and its superb performance when undergoing front overlap crash testing. The Explorer utilizes seat belts with a pre-tensioner and load-limiting tech in both first and second-row seats to help protect all occupants in the event of a crash.
In response to both Ford vehicles being recognized as a top safety pick, Jim Baumbick, the vice president of Ford Product Development and Quality, shared, “Safety and quality are two of our top priorities,” adding, “Receiving this recognition from IIHS for Mustang Mach-E and Explorer has reaffirmed that we’re focused in the right places to help make our customers’ lives better.”