Safety in general, and accidents in particular, are important things for cars. They are particularly important when the vehicle in question will be used for family transportation, such as with a minivan or SUV.
which makesEspecially the front-passenger crash test score of valor. Specifically, we are talking about the official government National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash test, for which, according to an initial report by 2021 Rogue Car Connection, is managing just two stars out of five. This is really bad for a new car. Overall, Rogue managed an average score of four stars, which is very good, but why is the front passenger score so bad?
We don’t know for sure, but based on Nissan’s changes to front passenger restraint systems in vehicles manufactured after January 28, we would assume that it had something to do with it. Nissan said in a statement to the press that its score reflects vehicles manufactured before January 28 at Nissan’s Kyushu plant in Japan. Most diseases for the US will be produced at Nissan’s Smyrna, Tennessee plant.
A Nissan representative said in a statement, “Nissan is committed to vehicle safety and is pleased with Nissan Rogue’s overall four-star NCAP safety rating of 2021.” “All 2021 rogue vehicles fully comply with federal safety standards.”
NHTSA will recreate Rogue with its updated restraint systems and hopes to publish the results of new tests in May. The other major accident testing agency – Insurance Institute for Highway Safety – has not yet posted any results for 2021.