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The 2010 Honda Insight Earns Top Safety Pick Award in Miami

Miami drivers know how dangerous it can be riding around these busy city streets. That’s why reliability and safety are important aspects for any vehicle to have. Some top known safety vehicles to bless the presence of our streets are the 2010 Honda Insight, Nissan Altima Hybrid, the Honda Civic, and the Honda Accord.  Is it a coincidence that three Honda vehicles are known for how safe they are? I would venture to say no. Honda’s philosophy on safety states “As a leader, Honda looks beyond government regulations, studying real world situations to develop new safety technologies for everyone”.
Recent news on just how safe Honda vehicles are came when the 2010 Honda Insight EX earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) 2009 TOP SAFETY PICK Award, the organization’s highest honor. This award, which is honored annually, recognizes those vehicles that perform exceptionally well in front, side, and rear crashes based on ratings in IIHS tests. Erik Berkman, vice president of Corporate Planning and Logistics said, “The Insight EX is a great example of an affordable vehicle that receives a high rating for safety.”
Honda operates two of the worlds most sophisticated crash test laboratories with the objective of developing the highest level of safety design and technology. The Tochigi, Japan, facility was the world’s first indoor omni-directional car-to-car crash testing facility and the Honda R&D America’s Raymond, Ohio, development center performs testing on all U.S.-developed models.

For more information on how you can purchase the safest vehicle on the market, the 2010 Honda Insight, in Miami contact Brickell Honda at 888-407-9334 or visit them online at http://www.brickellhonda.com.

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