2020 Honda CR-V: IIHS Top Safety Pick
Safety absolutely matters when it comes to transporting the ones you love. Our 2020 Honda CR-V was named an IIHS Top Safety Pick of 2020.
The 2020 Honda CR-V Combines Outstanding Efficiency and an Electrifying Drive With a Solid Safety Record
The 2020 CR-V (with specific headlights) has earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) 2020 Top Safety Pick (TSP) rating. The CR-V joins the rest of the CR-V lineup, the Accord, the Insight, and the Civic as Honda’s safest vehicle models.
Some of the features that earned us this distinction:
- All CR-V models offer Honda Sensing for all models and trim levels.
- State-of-the-art driver assistance technologies that include Collision Mitigation Braking System, Pedestrian Detection, Forward Collision Warning, Road Departure Mitigation with Lane Departure Warning, Lane Assist System, and Adaptive Cruise Control.
- Honda’s proprietary Advanced Warning Capability Engineering body structure that is designed to protect occupants in a wide variety of frontal collisions.
- Advanced supplemental restraint systems for all trim levels.
To earn the 2020 Top Safety Pick a vehicle must earn a “GOOD” crashworthiness rating on all test models, which includes the passenger-side small overlap test. A top-rated vehicle must also offer front crash prevention that earns an “ADVANCED” or “SUPERIOR” rating in both vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-pedestrian testing, as well as “GOOD” or “ACCEPTABLE” ratings for available headlights—TSP+ rated vehicles must achieve the same “GOOD” or “ACCEPTABLE” rating for their standard headlights.
Honda: A Long History of Safety Leadership
At Freedom Honda, we’re proud to offer some of the safest and most reliable personal vehicles ever engineered. The 2020 Honda CR-V joins a proud lineup that includes the Civic, Accord, Passport, Fit, Pilot, Insight, Ridgeline pickup, and Odyssey minivan in a full line of fuel-efficient and fun vehicles. Honda operates two of the world’s most sophisticated crash test facilities in Ohio and Japan and is responsible for pioneering efforts in the areas of crashworthiness that have kept Honda drivers safe for decades. Additional Honda models are expected to gain IIHS TSP honors as the agency continues to test models for 2020.